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The 5 Best And 5 Worst Moments This Week In WWE (March 29th, 2017)

WrestleMania is finally here. Or like WWE likes to continuously force each and every one of their Superstars to tell us over and over, "the ultimate thrill ride" is here. Okay, WWE. Whatever you're calling it now. This Sunday, the 33rd annual WrestleMania will host a variety of matches (thirteen!) with each and every championship being defended on the grandest stage. Wait, except for the SmackDown Tag Team Championship. Sorry, Usos.

WWE did pretty good this week in terms of hyping us up for the event. Except for the final segments of both RAW and SmackDown. They were way too generic. So generic in fact, that I'm actually least excited for both the Universal Championship match and the WWE Championship match. Go figure. Randy Orton and Bray Wyatt will be good, I'm sure, but the story progression has been minimal the past few weeks. Brock Lesnar's oversell of Goldberg's bland spear on Monday has me even more worried about their match. But let's gets to the good stuff, and dive right in as we bring to you our five best and five worst moments in the final week before this Sunday's... WRESTLEMAAAAAANIA!

10. WORST - Observation: The Andre The Giant Battle Royal

Braun Strowman was one of the best things to happen this year. He had the best match of the night at Fastlane last month, but has unfortunately been neglected to being in the yawn worthy annual tradition that is The Andre The Giant Battle Royal. Same goes for Sami Zayn, American Alpha, and Dolph Ziggler to name a few more. I could understand if winning it meant more than just winning a trophy, but it doesn't really mean anything other than bragging rights. The stakes should be higher. All it takes is for WWE to raise the stakes with one simple announcement before this Sunday. Allow the winner to get a shot at any championship of their choosing or something. Anything. Make us care more.

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