March 18, 2015
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“The ranks of the “undefeated at WrestleMania” may no longer include The Undertaker, but there exists a subset of Superstars who have yet to experience the agony of defeat on WWE’s biggest night. That accomplished club includes WWE Hall of Famers like Dusty Rhodes and Alundra Blayze, modern-day battlers like Cesaro and AJ Lee, and even a few celebrities like Floyd Mayweather, Jr. and Lawrence Taylor.
In fact, quite a few impressive grapplers still boast a goose egg in their WrestleMania loss column (and that means The Show of Shows itself, not the dark matches or Kickoff clashes that preceded). From an ECW Original to one of the “Grandest” Divas of them all, take a look at 10 of the Superstars who are presently undefeated at WrestleMania.”
January 6, 2015
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“Whew, 2014, right? What a year it’s been: There were New Days, Uso craziness, Boo-tista, Bluetista,green Stardusts, Eras of Vacancy, good news, bad news (and Bad News), stunt doubles, evil twins and a vanishing Cody Rhodes (seriously, where’d that guy go?). Raw was occupied, Streaks were broken, Hulkamania ran wild, vigilantes dispensed justice, Kings of Swing were crowned and a full-fledged takeover ran rampant down in Full Sail University. And here we are now, when all the eating, sleeping and conquering has repeated itself to the last day of December, to bury and to celebrate 2014 in extravagant fashion.
No WWE fan needs to be reminded of the bar that in-ring competition set for itself this past year, but with so many classic matches in a single 12-month span, the question begs: Which was the best? WWE.com editors convened to select the cream of the crop (#Madness) and count down the year’s 25 best contests. Here’s how we did it: Several editors convened to select the matches, each of us ranked them on our own and consolidated them into a collective ranking depending on how each match was scored by all the editors. The process was arduous, contentious, and a steel chair may have been wielded at some point, but it was as democratic and collaborative as we get for this annual process. So pull up a chair and relive a hell of a year in WWE competition, presented by Foot Locker, and see what made our No. 1 spot. See you in 2015.”