A year after defeating Triple H in a WWE title defense, John Cena looked for the repeat against the other member of D-Generation X. Beating The Game was one thing, but Cena could finally silence the critics with a win against the man nicknamed Mr. Wrestlemania based on his knack for rising to the occasion and stealing the show.
In the end, Cena proved the new most dominant force in the WWE was not DX, but CENANation.
Riding a streak of lewdness, shrewdness and maximizing every possible opportunity, Edge was once again the World Champion. Additionally, The Ultimate Opportunist had an undefeated Wrestlemania streak of his own as he looked to finally end The Streak of The Undertaker.
With the aid of his La Familia, Edge looked primed to defeat the Dead Man, but once again The Undertaker proved an unbeatable force at Wrestlemania. Once again in a title match main event at Wrestlemania, The Undertaker successfully was crowned the new World Champion.
For months, Randy Orton tormented Triple H and the McMahon family in a calculated series of mind games to cause the WWE champion to lose focus heading into their Wrestlemania title match. Now with an opportunity to gain some long time coming payback on his former Evolution teammate, Orton unleashed his best shots against the champion, but The Game eventually overcame his defiant challenger thanks to his ever trusty sledgehammer.
After a Match of the Year encounter that narrowly saw Shawn Michaels fail to defeat The Undertaker at Wrestlemania 25, HBK wanted another shot at The Dead Man. So confident was The Heartbreak Kid that he could be the man to unseat The Undertaker, he put his career on the line in a Retirement vs. The Streak encounter.
Thrilling fans with another amazing match of two legends giving their all, Undertaker finally got the upper hand and the pinfall to end the career of one of the WWE’s greatest stars.