WWE’s biggest event of the year is just knocking at the door. The fans are exhilarated to behold the spectacular two-night event in Los Angeles. However, one of the biggest announcements came from the commentary table this week on SmackDown. Michael Cole announced that John Cena and Austin Theory will kick off Night One of WrestleMania 39. As a result, Austin Theory broke his silence upon the announcement.
WrestleMania is the Greatest Spectacle in Sports Entertainment. It brings with it a bunch of surprises and stupendous moments for the fans. As much as the fans are thrilled to witness their favorite superstars wrestle, they also remain on the edge of their seats to discover the sequence of the matches. However, the opening match of the show has its own significance. It helps to adrenalize the fans and keep them glued to their seats for the show.
WWE revealed during SmackDown that the match between Theory and Cena would kick off the spectacular night. As a result, Austin Theory responded to this proclamation. He tweeted his match poster with the caption, “I kick off MY SHOW🚀 #atowndown.” The 25-year-old looks confident ahead of his biggest match against John Cena.
On the other hand, the WWE Universe is on the edge of their seats to behold the ultimate showdown between Cena and Theory. Besides, the United States Championship will be on the line. The former NXT star has been fueling their feud in the subsequent episodes of Raw. Theory’s tweet, along with its caption, exemplifies his confidence going into the match.
Over the years, it has been seen that the opening match of the show helps attract eyeballs. It excites the live fans and electrifies the crowd in the stadium. Whereas, the fans watching from home stick to their television screens. Therefore, the WWE Universe believe the opener between Cena and Theory could possibly become the highlight of the show.
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Austin Theory comments on his WrestleMania 38 stunner
While speaking to Chris Van Vliet, the current US champion, he said that he enjoyed having one of the best stunners last year. Theory faced Pat McAfee in a match last year at Mania. However, after the match, the fans witnessed showers of stunners from Stone Cold.
The Texas Rattlesnake appeared in the ring after the match and hit stunners on multiple superstars. Austin Theory wrapped himself up in the list of the victims of Stone Cold’s legendary move. The 25-year-old believes it was the best stunner that he ever sold. “I think it’s the best. I don’t think it’s right up there; I think it’s right past the mark,” he said.
Moreover, Theory said that he jumped as high as he could on the stunner to witness the energy and the roar from the crowd. He believed he had extracted the most out of the incredible segment.
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