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Video: What Happened After WWE’s WrestleMania 28 Went Off the Air, Daniel Bryan Reveals His Best WWE Match, Torrie Wilson Featured On TMZ, Billy Gunn Meets Dolph Ziggler

April 3, 2012   ·   0 Comments

After WrestleMania 28 went off the air in Miami, The Rock continued to celebrate and made it a point to shake the hand of fans sitting at ringside. Rock greeted his family, who were also at ringside, and held up a fan sign that read “IF CENA WINS WE RIOT.” Rock shook his head and mouthed, “Not here in Miami.”

Fans passed along the following video:

– The latest issue of WWE Magazine asks Daniel Bryan to give his opinion on his best work in a WWE ring so far. He says it’s a match that took place on WWE Superstars last year.

“My favorite match was probably my bout against William Regal on the November 10, 2011, Superstars in England,” Bryan said. “Whenever I get to wrestle someone who has taught me as much as Regal has is great for me, and to do it in his home country added something special to the match.”

The match can be seen here.

— A number of celebrities were on hand for WrestleMania XXVIII including New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez and former WWE Diva Torrie Wilson. TMZ.com has published an article noting the couple’s appearance. TMZ says Wilson introduced A-Rod to such WWE Superstars as Big Show, John Cena and Rey Mysterio.

— WrestleMania related searches did not fare relatively well on Google.com. The term WrestleMania hovered between No. 10 and No. 20 last night and until this afternoon. No wrestler cracked the top 20.

– Former WWE Superstar Billy Gunn was backstage at WrestleMania XXVIII as he posted a photo online of himself with the WWE Superstar most often compared to him, Dolph Ziggler. (http://i.imgur.com/IlV5F.jpg)

Gunn is very high on the “Show Off.” He said of the Raw wrestler last November in an interview: “I think he’s got great potential, and I think he’s one of there best talents WWE has. A little bit longer and he will be a big star, I think he is extremely talented.”

— Low Ki, formerly known as Kaval in WWE, will compete on an upcoming New Japan Pro Wrestling tour.


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