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Crazy busy today, so this is going up way late. Still, I think it’s funny and its best not to waste the work we put in it. Also: guest writer!

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It’s PPV time! KB, CL, and DS have returned to offer our humorous/informative (lack of) insights with all of you! You’re welcome! (Thanks, Perry Saturn! *thumbs up*).

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Another Wrestlemania has come and gone. Did you miss it? Here’s what happened!

1. Pre-show (via wwe.com) WWE Tag Team Championship Match:

Epico and Primo defended their tag team championship against The Usos and Justin Gabriel/Tyson Kidd when Primo pins an Uso after a Backstabber.

And on with the PPV!

2. World Championship:

Sheamus pinned Daniel Bryan in 18 seconds after a Brogue Kick (Bryan needed a good luck kiss from AJ) to become the new World Heavyweight champion!

3. Kane pinned Randy Orton after a chokeslam off the second rope.

4. Intercontinental Championship:

The Big Show pinned Cody Rhodes after a WMD punch to win the IC title and get his Wrestlemania moment.

5. Kelly Kelly and Maria Menounos defeated Eve Torres and Divas Champion Beth Phoenix when Maria pinned Beth with a rollup.

6. The Undertaker pinned Triple H after a Tombstone

7. Team Johnny won and gave John Laurinaitis control over both shows after The Miz pinned Zack Ryder with the Skull Crushing Finale (Eve provided a distraction to “inadvertently” help Team Rudo).

8. WWE Championship:

CM Punk made Chris Jericho submit to the Anaconda Vice to retain his title.

9. The Rock pinned John Cena after a Rock Bottom.

The biggest show of the year is here and the Street Smark crew is back to give you all of our predictions. Join Kevin, Chris, and Donnie for a quick run down of the show!

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The PPV has came and went. Let’s run down all of the action!

RAW Elimination Chamber Match: 

WWE Champion CM Punk retains when he pins The Miz after the GTS.

*Chris Jericho was knocked out during the match and was ruled unable to continue by the WWE doctors (storyline).

Divas Championship:

Divas Champion Beth Phoenix d. Tamina Snuka after the Glam Slam.

Smackdown Elimination Chamber Match:

World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan retains after making Santino tap out to the LeBell Lock.

*After the match, Sheamus comes out and hits Bryan with an Emerald Fusion, effectively announcing his intention to challenge for the World Heavyweight Championship at Wrestlemania.

Bonus US Championship Match:

US Champion Jack Swagger makes Justin Gabriel tap to the Ankle Lock.

*Match was setup by Smackdown GM Teddy Long after an altercation between the two in the back. It’s good to know that Long has the ability to make matches for a title on the RAW brand, by the way.

Ambulance Match:

John Cena d. Kane after an Attitude Adjustment off the ambulance before throwing Kane into the ambulance for the victory.

Here they are!

Steel Cage Match: World Champion Daniel Bryan d. The Big Show and Mark Henry (Bryan climbs over the cage, Show grabs him by the hand, Bryan dangles before Show loses his grip).

Bonus Divas Eight Man Match: The Divas of Doom and The Bella Twins d. Kelly Kelly, Eve Torres, Alicia Fox, and Tamina (Beth hits the Glam Slam on Kelly for the pin).

John Cena vs. Kane: Double countout. After brawling in the back, Kane hits a wheelchair bound Zack Ryder with a Tombstone piledriver and chokeslams Cena.

Bonus Match: Brodus Clay d. Drew McIntyre (Pin after the running crossbody block; I’ll call it by its name once they settle on one).

WWE Championship: CM Punk (c) d. Dolph Ziggler (pinfall after the GTS; Johnny Ace, in a funny moment to me, helps to count the pin with the official referee).

The Royal Rumble: Sheamus tosses runner-up Chris Jericho out to be victorious. Randy Orton and The Big Show round out the final four.