WrestleMania 33 may have been far from a perfect show, but the seven-hour-plus broadcast certainly didn't disappoint in the weirdness department.
WWE's flagship show had moments of pure mark-out glee, some absolutely bizarre booking decisions, one of the most offensive fan signs in recent memory, not to mention a bunch of surprises, both good and bad, that truly caught fans totally off-guard.
Wrestling is at its absolute worst when it's just bland and forgettable, so thankfully much of WrestleMania 33's broadcast was full to the brim with eccentricity, hilarity and shock value, such that even most of its less favourable moments at least gave fans something to talk about.
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