Overshadowed by the retirement (probably) of The Undertaker at WrestleMania 33 was the fact that it was also likely the final match of Goldberg, the former WCW champion who returned to the WWE in his 50s to capture the Universal Championship and work a handful of high profile matches against Brock Lesnar.
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Between the excitement of returning superstars and the retirement of a legend, WrestleMania 33 was filled with many ups, and definitely a few downs. Here is the best and worst that was WrestleMania 33.
Gaming with friends is always tremendous fun and offers a change of pace from going solo. While the majority of multiplayer gaming is competitive, playing in a cooperative fashion, working toward the same goal is rewarding and immensely enjoyable. The idea of split-screen cooperative gaming is slowly dying out as the couch co-op genre has implemented online modes to replace this feature. However, nothing beats sitting down in the same room as your friends to tackle a game together. The following are the 10 best cooperative games to play in split-screen on the same television.
The Undertaker did not pick up his record-setting 100th win on pay-per-view Sunday night at WrestleMania 33. Instead, like most old school wrestlers, he did the right thing and lost in what certainly appeared to be his final match. It was a bittersweet moment for longtime wrestling fans, but the Taker still got to leave WrestleMania to a standing ovation, as he symbolically left his gloves, coat, and hat in the center of the ring before being lowered down into the entrance ramp, while his trademark music and pyro show boomed throughout the stadium.