WWE producer discloses what made Wrestlemania 37 Night 2 Main event so unique. The match took place between Roman Reigns, Edge and Daniel Bryan.
Wrestlemania 37 started with a bang on Night 1. While Night 2 had its hits and misses, there were no question marks on the main event match between Roman Reigns, Edge and Daniel Bryan for the Universal Championship. The trio promised a war and the fans were given exactly that.
Fans were divided on who would come out the winner. All three had a great case to close the show. In the end it was Reigns who pinned both Edge and Bryan together to emphatically declare his supremacy to the fans in attendance. According to Michael Hayes, the man responsible for producing the match, there was something more unique to the match than just its finish.
WWE producer discloses what made Wrestlemania 37 Night 2 Main event so unique
Hayes took to Twitter to bring to the fans notice that none of the participants in the triple threat kicked out of each others finishing move. He also asked the fans to think about the last time something like this happened at the main event of Wrestlemania.
Want to know what was soo unique about the AWESOME TRIPLE THREAT that closed Night 2????
No One kicked out of each other’s finish!!!
When is the last time that happened in a WM Main Event?
— Michael PS Hayes (@MichaelPSHayes1) April 18, 2021
“Want to know what was soo unique about the AWESOME TRIPLE THREAT that closed Night 2???? No One kicked out of each other’s finish!!! When is the last time that happened in a WM Main Event?”
For what it’s worth, Sasha Banks and Bianca Belair had ended with no kickouts from a finisher but one can definitely see the point Hayes is trying to make.
Finishers used to be decisive moves that would always bring the match to a close. In recent years however, it has become increasingly common for Wrestlers to kick out of finishers.
What was once a shocking experience has become just another routine for a drawn out 2-count.
Not in this match though. The finishers were given the respect they deserved and Michael Hayes certainly was all too eager to gloat about it.
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