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July 29, 2013

The greatest upset in WrestleMania history

At WrestleMania 29, a dancer made his debut on The Grandest Stage of Them All and waltzed out victorious, dropping a true legend of the squared circle and leaving the WWE Universe — and Chris Jericho — stunned.

Fandango’s in-ring debut and victory over six-time World Champion Y2J is, simply put, the biggest upset in the storied history of WrestleMania.

Y2J dissects his WrestleMania loss | Find out what went down during Fandango's debut

Making one’s Show of Shows debut is one thing — a momentous occasion for any Superstar — but to have your first-ever match at WrestleMania is something else entirely. To win that match? Almost unthinkable.

And yet that’s exactly what happened at MetLife Stadium, when the flashy, dancing Fandango finally got into the ring and displayed an impressive repertoire to leave Jericho staring up at the recreated New York City skyline.

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