10 Pieces Of WWE History Made Over WrestleMania 35 Weekend

WrestleMania 35 was full of incredible moments, some of which will go down in wrestling history.


Butt-breaking length aside, WrestleMania 35 was a pretty good show. The Miz and Shane McMahon put on an enjoyable brawl, three of the company's top babyfaces all walked out with world championships, and Batista falling over whilst getting into the ring will entertain us for years to come.

There also was the small matter of NXT's incredible TakeOver: New York show two days prior. New champions, incredible matches, and enough emotion to make even the most hardened of ECW fanboys shed a tear.

WWE are always ready to tell people that they are making history or are breaking boundaries in the world of pro wrestling and there were some pretty obvious examples of this at the MetLife Stadium and the Barclays Center last weekend. Equally, there were several subtle pieces of history made at this year's Show of Shows that even the most eagle-eyed of fans may have missed out on.

In a list that will hopefully take a lot less time to read than WrestleMania took to watch, let's get into ten firsts, records, and statistics that occurred over WWE's biggest weekend of the year. Warning - some of these are pretty tenuous.


Jacob Simmons has a great many passions, including professional wrestling, music, watching random clips from The Simpsons on YouTube at 3am and writing about himself in the third person.