This week on the Road to Wrestlemania it kicked off with Triple H coming and addressing the crowd about his match with The Undertaker at Wrestlemania 27. As he was about to leave Sheamus came out to confront him. Unfortunately for Sheamus he got Pedigreed through a table. After that he was defeated by Evan Bourne who returned after months of injury.
Michael Cole and Jerry Lawler agreed to a match at Wrestlemania with Michael Cole picking the special guest referee and Cole is allowed to have his trainer, Jack Swagger at ringside for the match. Another match that was made for Wrestlemania is Randy Orton vs. CM Punk. Orton took out Michael McGillicutty after their match because one of the stipulations is over the next few weeks if any Nexus member beats Orton they can be at ringside for CM Punk at Wrestlemania.
In the Main Event, John Cena defeated Alex Riley in a Steel Cage Match. The stipulation was if Cena lost he would have to declare The Miz as the greatest WWE Champion of all time. If Riley lost, he would be fired and could no longer work for The Miz.
On Smackdown, things kicked off with World Heavyweight Champion Edge defeating Drew McIntyre after McIntyre was upset with Edge being the reason Vickie Guerrero was no longer on Smackdown. Edge was also involved with his contract signing with Alberto Del Rio for their World Heavyweight Title match at Wrestlemania.
The other big news on Smackdown is that Cody Rhodes challenged Rey Mysterio to a match at Wrestlemania which I am sure Mysterio will accept. In a weird turn of events the Big Show took on Kane because The Corre asked for Kane’s help with him. However after Kane struck Big Show with a chair he nailed Justin Gabriel which leads me to wonder if Kane is turning face again and will team up with The Big Show to take on The Corre.
It was a crazy week on the Road to Wrestlemania. The highlight for me was The Rock’s response to John Cena on Raw. This is one of the best verbal feuds I have ever seen anywhere. I absolutely love it. Keep coming back to read more on the Road to Wrestlemania.