What You Won't See On Smackdown, Wrestlemania Bigger Than The Super Bowl

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What You Won't See on Smackdown

After the cameras stopped filming at this week's Smackdown taping, WWE Champion John Cena and Team Hell No beat The Shield via disqualification in a dark match main event. The match was thrown out when Roman Reigns hit Cena with a chair.

After the match, the babyfaces hit their finishers on the faction. Cena cut a promo for his hometown crowd and Fandango's entrance music was played. Fandango came out and corrected Cena on the pronunciation of his name. This resulted in Fandango getting a chokeslam from Kane, an Attitude Adjustment from Cena and a chokeslam from Bryan to end the taping and send the crowd home happy.

Wrestlemania A Bigger Show Than the Super Bowl

ESPN New York has a new commentary online recapping Wrestlemania 29 from MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. WWE's Kevin Dunn gave his honest opinion of how the show compares to the Super Bowl:

"Frankly, our event is bigger than the Super Bowl," said Kevin Dunn, WWE executive vice president of television production. "I'm very confident that when you go to a WrestleMania, you will see a bigger show than the Super Bowl."

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