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5 Ups & 5 Downs From WWE WrestleMania 33

"Cause I'm ready to go..."

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WWE only had one thing to get over ahead of WrestleMania, so permit your writer to do just that ahead of this particular review. Orlando's WrestleMania 33 was themed around the locale's trademark theme parks, with rollercoasters on the stage, massive f*cking neon lights as far as the eye could see and a syrupy pop dance song so infectious that it took hold of those from parents to children.

Pitbull's 'Greenlight' had an energy half the card couldn't possibly replicate, even with the favourable surround. When this show was good, it was a Universal Studios epic. At its worst, not even a Disney dreamscape could save it...

(Want more WrestleMania Ups & Downs? We got 'em: I, 2, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, XI, XII, 13, XIV, XV, 2000, X-Seven, X8, XIX, XX, 21, 22, 23, XXIV, 25, XXVI, XXVII, XXVIII, 29, XXX, 31, 32)

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