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WrestleMania XXIX
80,676 went to the MetLife Stadium for WrestleMania XXIV
Tagline(s) Wrestlemania is coming home...
Theme
song(s)

"Coming Home" by Diddy – Dirty Money feat. Skylar Grey

"Bones" by Young Guns
"Letters from the Sky" by Civil Twilight
Information
Promotion WWE
Brand (s) Raw
SmackDown
Date April 7, 2013
Venue MetLife Stadium
City East Rutherford, New Jersey
Pay-per-view chronology
Elimination Chamber (2013) WrestleMania XXIX Extreme Rules (2013)
WrestleMania chronology
WrestleMania XXVIII WrestleMania XXIX WrestleMania XXX

WrestleMania XXIX was the twenty-ninth yearly WrestleMania professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event made by WWE. It took place on April 7, 2013 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.[1] The event was the fifth WrestleMania in the New York metropolitan area and the third WrestleMania held in the state of New Jersey.[2]

There was an 8-man mixed tag team match scheduled between Tons of Funk (Brodus Clay & "Sweet T" Tensai) (with Cameron & Naomi) and Team Rhodes Scholars (Cody Rhodes & Damien Sandow) (with The Bella Twins) but the match was pulled from the card on short notice because of time constraints.[3]

Matches[change | change source]

No. Matches Stipulations Duration
Pre-Show The Miz beat Wade Barrett (c) via submission Singles match for the Intercontinental Championship[4] 6:33
1 The Shield (Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins, and Roman Reigns) beat Sheamus, Randy Orton, and Big Show Six-man tag team match[5] 10:35
2 Mark Henry beat Ryback Singles match[6] 08:03
3 Team Hell No (Kane and Daniel Bryan) (c) beat Dolph Ziggler and Big E Langston (with AJ Lee) Tag team match for the WWE Tag Team Championship[7] 7:29
4 Fandango beat Chris Jericho Singles match[8] 9:33
5 Alberto Del Rio (with Ricardo Rodriguez) (c) beat Jack Swagger (with Zeb Colter) via Submission Singles match for the World Heavyweight Championship[9] 10:30
6 The Undertaker beat CM Punk (with Paul Heyman) Singles match[10] 22:07
7 Triple H (with Shawn Michaels) beat Brock Lesnar (with Paul Heyman) No Holds Barred match; If Triple H had lost, he would have been forced to retire.[11] 23:58
8 John Cena beat The Rock (c) Singles match for the WWE Championship[12] 24:12
(c) – refers to the champion heading into the match

References[change | change source]