The Lawcast - Wrestlemania XXX Was the Most Historic Night in the History of this Sport



Welcome, boys and girls, to another episode of The Lawcast. This time it's our coverage of Wrestlemania XXX, a night that changed wrestling history. There are so many big things happening here: the launch of WWE Network, the end of Undertaker's Wrestlemania Streak, Batista's return to Wrestlemania, CM Punk's walkout, and Daniel Bryan's miraculous run.

We've got the all-time Cinderella story as Daniel Bryan goes from not booked on the show to beating Triple H, Batista, and Randy Orton in one night to become WWE Champion. That's only possible because CM Punk quit WWE the night after the Royal Rumble, a situation we discuss in depth.

It's also the night Brock Lesnar stunned the world and beat The Undertaker, becoming the first man to ever do that at Wrestlemania. Why did Vince decide this was the time to end The Streak? Years later, do we think it was the right call?

We've also got John Cena vs. Bray Wyatt in Wyatt's Wrestlemania debut, the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal, and a historic opening segment featuring Hulk Hogan, Steve Austin, and The Rock.