Wrestlemania 29: Where And How To Watch Live Stream; Preview, Predictions
Wrestlemania 29 is here and it's the biggest day in professional wrestling in 2013! Fans can watch Wrestlemania 29 on pay-per-view or by ordering a live stream from WWE.com. This year's event is headlined by The Rock vs. John Cena for the WWE Championship. Yes, it's a rematch of last year's Wrestlemania, but that match didn't have the title on the line. So get your live stream ready for WWE Wrestlemania 29.
Other than The Rock vs. John Cena, the other big matches include Undertaker putting his undefeated streak on the line against CM Punk. This Undertaker vs. CM Punk match should be a violent affair, as the buildup itself was insanely dramatic, with Punk bringing in the real-life death of Paul Bearer into the mix.
There's also Triple H vs. Brock Lesnar, in a showdown between two of the most dominant stars of the last decade. There are over 20 championship reigns between these two, and with it being a street fight, there's a good chance blood will be shed. If Triple H loses, he will be forced to retire as a wrestler, which is weird since he's already mostly retired -- his last match was at last Wrestlemania, when he lost to Undertaker.
Meanwhile, the other WWE Championship, the heavyweight title, is also on the line as champion Jack Swagger defend against Mexico hero Alberto Del Rio. This match isn't as high profiled as the other matches and, well, rightfully so. These two are jobbers compared to the big names just mentioned.
There are a slew of other matches including famous WWE stars (Chris Jericho, Kane, Randy Orton) and a bunch of nobodies (Fandango, The Shield etc).
The best part about Wrestlemania is that since wrestling is, um, staged, we are guaranteed to get the most drama and the longest bouts, unlike other sporting events. So get your live streams ready because it's time for Wrestlemania 29.
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