Clocking in at a whopping 4 hours and 51 minutes, WrestleMania 32 often felt more like a marathon than a sprint. WWE fans are used to 'Mania being a drawn out affair, but this was epic at times. Check social media and you're likely to be flooded with comments from those claiming the pay-per-view was far too long.
Those who also tuned in to watch the 2-hour Kickoff show had an even longer experience, and it may have made the show difficult to watch in one sitting. Attention spans would have dwindled throughout, and that makes 'Mania ripe for exploration when it comes to hidden tidbits and little 'Easter Eggs'.
It's almost impossible to have taken everything in during just one watch. For that very reason, this year's WrestleMania card deserves to watched again. Upon doing so, people will find their brains automatically glossed over some smaller nuances like Michael Cole's King Of The Ring 1998 reference or even some awesome selling from Kevin Owens.
There was so much going on at 'Mania, and this list looks at 10 different moments and things you may have missed the first time around. All of them deserve recognition.
10. The Kickoff Divas Worked Really Hard To Impress
There was a clear distinction between the Divas match on the Kickoff show and the WWE Women's Championship bout on the main 'Mania portion. Notice the wording there, the Kickoff match was very much about the same atmosphere found on the Total Divas reality show and less about actual wrestling goodness.
That's not to say it wasn't an enjoyable scrap, because it was. With talent like Paige, Naomi and Emma in there, things were always bound to go smoothly, but there are few guarantees when it comes to cramming 10 performers into a 10 minute match. Thankfully, these women managed it.
Things are clearly changing in WWE as relates to female wrestling, and everyone on the roster will want to be part of that. Those who didn't tune into the Kickoff show missed a fun little match that wouldn't have looked out of place on the main show. These girls worked incredibly hard to make their performances mean more than simple throwaway fodder.