​Smith Hart Praises The Opening Of WrestleMania 30

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Smith Hart recently wrote about the
opening to WrestleMania 30. Here is what he had to say…

“As the pyrotechnics subsided the
75000+ were ignited immediately with the sounds of Hulk Hogan entering the
Silverdome….ugh I mean Superdome. As Hulk stumbled to remember where he was, the
crowd exploded as the glass shattered and the faithful were finally treated to
the very first Hulk Hogan-Steve Austin face-to-face “showdown”. Despite fan’s
hopeful anticipation of a good ole fashioned ass-whuppin’, the mood immediately
shifted as Stone Cold Steve Austin engaged the audience in some jubilant
laughter and a respective retrospect of the Immortal Hulk Hogan’s Wrestlemania
legacy. As the two blew smoke up each other’s asses, the audience busted out of
their seats as The Rock entered the Superdome and cut a promo for the ages
proving once and for all, even amongst the Mount Rushmore of WWE, The Rock stood
supreme. As the three greatest icons in history held court in the ring, not only
were we treated to a WM moment, I would argue we were treated to the single
greatest opening in the history of the grandest event in Sports
Entertainment.

As I expected, Daniel Bryan and Triple H
initiated the event. I would say that in terms of spectacle, Hunter`s Game of
Thrones-influenced promenade was the top entrance of the evening, even eclipsing
that of The Undertaker. This match was perhaps the best match to start the
evening as it set a great pace without overshadowing anything later to come.
Furthermore, Hunter did an amazing job creating “heat” on Daniel Bryan to give
the fans the appropriate emotional reactions as to whether or not their faithful
hero would in fact move on to the main event that
evening.”

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