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WATCH: Top 10 WrestleMania Betrayals

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WWE Superstars cannot be trusted. We have seen some of the best tag team pairs splitting due to betrayals.

This video by WWE, takes you through some of the most shocking acts of betrayal at WrestleMania, The Grandest Stage of Them All.

Watch out for Stone Cold Steve Austin joining forces with Vince McMahon!

Which was your favourite moment of betrayal in WWE history?
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WATCH: Remembering Lesnar's destructive debut in WWE

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Back on March 18, 2002, the WWE roster was changed forever.

In the middle of a Hardcore match, things got truly hardcore with the appearance of "hottest free agent in the business", Brock Lesnar.

The Beast Incarnate entered the picture and set about decimating those in the ring, egged on my associate Paul Heyman.

For Spike Dudley, it is a moment he will never forget as he received three of the most brutal powerbombs you are likely to ever see.
Lesnar has never looked back.




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WATCH: AJ Styles vs Shane McMahon set for WrestleMania

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Well, that escalated quickly!

On this week's SmackDown Live, AJ Styles was a man possessed, ransacking the locker room as he sought revenge for a perceived slight from Shane McMahon.

Styles, without a match at WrestleMania, rectified that in a hurry by first calling out McMahon [above] for how the SmackDown supremo dealt with Styles' rematch for the WWE title.

But he wasn't done quite yet.
The former champion then waited for McMahon's arrival before assaulting him backstage, ending up with Styles throwing McMahon through a car window.





It didn't sit well with SmackDown Live general manager Daniel Bryan who then fired Styles on the spot.



But McMahon wasn't going to let things slide that easily, hobbling out to the ramp to confirm the two will meet at WrestleMania.


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