John Cena surprisingly proposing to his longtime girlfriend, Nikki Bella, might have headlined WrestleMania 33, but there were plenty of other highlights that had Twitter ablaze with reaction last night.
WWE's version of the Super Bowl also saw Shane McMahon up to his no-chill, high-flying antics, Triple H somehow managing to send his wife, Stephanie McMahon, through a table, the return of the Hardy Boyz and Naomi winning the SmackDown Live women's championship in her hometown of Orlando.
That and #ThankYouTaker became a trending topic after The Undertaker just may have fought his last match with the company, leaving his hat and gloves in the ring as part of many WWE fans' childhood died right there.
Here are all those highlights and more.
Imagine proposing to your girlfriend in front of 75,000-plus raucous fans and millions more watching at home? John Cena made that a reality at WrestleMania 33 last night. Following Cena and Nikki Bella's win over The Miz and Maryse, Cena dropped down on one knee and proposed to Nikki, who couldn't believe it. Earlier this morning, the newly-engaged couple appeared on Today to speak about their WrestleMania moment for the ages.
Straight out of a video game.
Gronk with the NFL-esque shoulder block during the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal.
It's only right for them to return and win a Fatal 4-Way Ladder Match to be crowned the new Raw tag-team champs.
Fans were definitely there for this!
Woooo! But Bayley remained the Raw women's champion at the end.
Nice break from the wrestling action.
These kind of things tend to happen at WrestleMania! How Sway?
We still don't understand how this could've happened.
The #WWEUniverse and beyond thinks wrestling legend The Undertaker might have fought his last match last night, following his loss to Roman Reigns. After the upset, Taker shed his hat and gloves and left them in the ring rather solemnly. That and repeated hashtags of "#ThankYouTaker" from fans and his fellow WWE superstars are leading many to believe that we witnessed the Dead Man's final match. If so, it was a hell of a ride.
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