Sunday's night of WrestleMania Backlash was something really intense, with the WWE Universe not expecting much from this premium live event, but they did their homework. Particularly striking fans from all over the world who followed the event either live in the arena or from home via Peacock and the WWE Network, were the opener, who saw Cody Rhodes again challenge Seth Rollins after their battle at Wrestlemania 38 and the Main Event, where the full Bloodline took on RK-Bro and Drew McInyre.
The match that concluded the show in particular provided a unique show, with the right mix of fight and entertainment, very fast and well built, with a Roman Reigns even at times in great difficulty.
WrestleMania Backlash was thrilling
WWE may not have given WrestleMania Backlash the best build, but the show sure did deliver.
This was one of the company's better efforts in 2022, with no match being an outright flop. But what happened with the cameras off after the show? You know well that a wrestling match never ends when the program goes off the air, but continues in any way for the fans who are present in the arena or in the sports hall.
Thanks to a video provided by some fans present at Wrestlemania Backlash, we can see that Randy Orton got on the stake and posed with the Scotsman's sword, while McIntyre and Riddle encouraged him. Afterward, Orton handed the sword back to McIntyre and posed a little more for the crowd at the Dunkin 'Donuts Center in Providence, Rhode Island.
This wasn't the first time for The Viper, however, who had done a similar thing in several WWE live events recently or even in a dark match last week after the weekly episode of Raw. Surely if you haven't seen it yet, we recommend watching the match because it deserves a lot and we also invite you to read our event report.
It's nice to see that despite the defeat at the hands of the Bloodline, the three still want to celebrate and still give the audience a light moment to shake off those hours spent watching the show, which are still pleasant if you are a fan, but that can tire you.
While it ranks as the lowest out of every match, Bobby Lashley's clash with Omos was an improvement from WrestleMania. The two powerhouses laid in some shots at each other, with the dynamic being different due to MVP's presence in The Nigerian Giant's corner.
Lashley was distracted by his former manager, who was subject to a Hurt Lock outside the ring. The former WWE Champion locked Omos in the deadly submission as well, but he got out of it.