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It's insane to see someone attempt to book and write 5 shows at once but it looks to be going great! Will look forward to your WM!
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Thank you! It is a lot of work but when you're having fun it doesn't feel like that. And it doesn't hurt that I have the best partner in the business.
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NXT opens with a graphic promising that tonight, just 3 days away from NXT TakeOver: New York, NXT Champion Tommaso Ciampa has vowed to confront challenger Jay Lethal in the ring.

Rating: 7.6






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Back and forth encounter early on but, Ford hits a DVD on Gabriel and that turns the tide. The Profits hit the "Swagger" (Pop-up Spinebuster (Dawkins) & Split-legged frog splash (Ford) for the 3 count.

Winners by pinfall: The Street Profits
Rating: 5.1






A video feature for the NXT North American Title match between Bobby Fish and Ricochet airs. It focuses on Ricochet's penchant for air attack while Fish promises to ground the champion and take the title from him this Saturday.

Rating: 6.7





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Sabbatelli mocks Dijakovic's penchant for handshakes and offers his to the King of Bros as the match begins. Big mistake. Riddle explodes with a series of knees and strikes to the head area that put's the big man down. Soon, Tino is tapping out to the BRO-Mission as Matt Riddle proves that he is ready for Dominik Dijakovic this Saturday at TakeOver.

Winner by submission: Matt Riddle
Rating: 5.5






A video for the Winner's Choice Fatal Fourway at TakeOver airs. In it each man talks about how they feel that their career will be defined by this shot. Each man has stumbled on their road to glory but this one match can instantly catapult them to the highest of mountains. Adam Cole, Johnny Gargano, Tye Dillinger and Aleister Black all say "this might be my last shot, I am going to make it my best" and the video ends with Cole smugly saying "And that's...Undisputed."

Rating: 6.6







A commercial airs for the Superstar Shakeup that will take place on Raw and SmackDown Live next week. It points out that every person working for WWE, including those down in NXT and NXT UK, are eligible to be shaken up. Who will be left standing? The entire course of World Wrestling Entertainment will change after next week. Don't miss the shakeup.

Rating: 6.4





A hype video shows a cage lowering to the ring intercut with videos of Nikki Cross being crazy, Kairi Sane being daring and Shayna Baszler in MMA and during her dominant run in NXT. Kairi says she will risk her soul to win the NXT Womens Title. Shayna says she will break bones and have hers broken to remain champ. Nikki just says "FUN" and laughs as the cage lowers into the ring to end the video.

Rating: 7.4



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Bianca gets some shots in and has her moments but, this match is largely a showcase for Nikki as she breaks out some strong amateur wrestling spots (including a few submissions) before ending Bianca with a guillotine leg drop from the top rope laughing as she comes down for the 1...2...3.

Winner by pinfall: Nikki Cross
Rating: 5.2





The last hype video for NXT TakeOver: New York this Saturday airs and it features the long and bitter rivalry between the Undisputed Era and War Raiders. The video focuses on how each and every time UE somehow figures out to walk away with the NXT Tag Team Titles. The video promotes that one way or the other, this rivalry will come to a violent conclusion and it is all for the NXT Tag Team Championship.

Rating: 6.8



Mauro and the crew take us through the final card as NXT & NXT U.K. present TakeOver: New York LIVE THIS SATURDAY from the Barclay's Center in Brooklyn, New York. TakeOver: New York will be broadcast exclusively on the award winning WWE Network. Here is the final card:



NXT Championship Match:
Jay Lethal vs NXT Champion Tommaso Ciampa

Triple Threat Cage Match for the NXT Women's Championship:
Nikki Cross vs Kairi Sane vs NXT Women's Champion Shayna Baszler

NXT United Kingdom Championship Match:
Joseph Conners vs NXT United Kingdom Champion Pete Dunne

Winner's Choice Fatal Fourway Match. (Winner Receives A Title Shot Of Their Choosing Anytime, Anywhere):
Aleister Black vs Johnny Gargano vs Tye Dillinger vs Adam Cole

NXT North American Championship Match:
Bobby Fish vs NXT North American Champion Ricochet

NXT Tag Team Championship Match:
War Raiders vs NXT Tag Team Champions Kyle O'Reilly & Roderick Strong of the Undisputed Era

Tag Team Match:
Killer Kelly & Jinny vs Toni Storm and NXT United Kingdom Women's Champion Rhea Ripley

Singles Match:
Dominik Dijakovic vs Matt Riddle

The announcers promote that NXT Champion Tommaso Ciampa will call out Jay Lethal after this time out.

Rating: 7.2







NXT Champion Tommaso Ciampa is in the ring with "Goldie" when NXT returns from commercial. Ciampa says that it has not been easy to be at this moment. Everything he has ever done has led to it the opportunity to headline TakeOver in New York City. Ciampa admits that he has had to do things that he regrets to get here but, it is all worth it. Whether you love him or hate him, Tommaso Ciampa has earned this title...but Jay Lethal hasn't. He walks in here and just gets a title shot and that is what Ciampa resents...





Lethal comes out and is furious that Ciampa would imply that anything was handed to him. Jay Lethal has had to work for years, YEARS, in conditions that would make Ciampa quit to get just the opportunity that this moment presents. Triple H and William Regal offered Lethal an opportunity but, that's all that they offered. There were no guarantees. There were no promises. And in 3 days, at TakeOver, Jay Lethal can make three guarantees. Guarantee #1, is that Lethal is walking into that building. Guarantee #2, is that Lethal is kicking Tommaso's ass and Guarantee #3 is that "Goldie" is going to a new owner because on that night, as good as he may be, Tommaso Ciampa is not man enough to defeat Jay Lethal.

Ciampa, infuriated, gets into Lethal's face and says "then bring your best shot" and raises the championship in the air. Both men glare at each other and, with Mauro promoting the main event in the background, the camera focuses on the NXT Championship shining brightly in the air as NXT fades to black.


Rating: 7.5


Overall: 6.3

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NXT Championship Match:
Jay Lethal vs NXT Champion Tommaso Ciampa

Triple Threat Cage Match for the NXT Women's Championship:
Nikki Cross vs Kairi Sane vs NXT Women's Champion Shayna Baszler

NXT United Kingdom Championship Match:
Joseph Conners vs NXT United Kingdom Champion Pete Dunne

Winner's Choice Fatal Fourway Match. (Winner Receives A Title Shot Of Their Choosing Anytime, Anywhere):
Aleister Black vs Johnny Gargano vs Tye Dillinger vs Adam Cole

NXT North American Championship Match:
Bobby Fish vs NXT North American Champion Ricochet

NXT Tag Team Championship Match:
War Raiders vs NXT Tag Team Champions Kyle O'Reilly & Roderick Strong of the Undisputed Era

Tag Team Match:
Killer Kelly & Jinny vs Toni Storm and NXT United Kingdom Women's Champion Rhea Ripley

Singles Match:
Dominik Dijakovic vs Matt Riddle
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This match is a showcase of how much of a brute Gradwell has become. He pretty much owns Andrews and employs a bunch of stiff shots including several knees to the ribs before a back elbow to Andrews' head that knocks him out.

Winner by pinfall: Samuel Gradwell
Rating: 4.4







After the win, Gradwell grabs a microphone. He says that he knows in two days Joseph Conners will challenge Pete Dunne for the NXT United Kingdom Championship, but the winner of that match will not rest long. Gradwell says he has demanded and been granted his title shot next week against whomever wins in New York. Gradwell warns Dunne and Conners to be worried about him because the title is changing hands in seven days.

Rating: 6.6






Finlay comes out to the ring. He says that when deciding what to do with the Coffey Brothers and thus, what to do about Gallus, he was presented with two options: let them stay or fire them. Finlay calls Joe and Mark Coffey to come down to the ring to learn their fate.

The Coffey's come out and go to come into the ring, but security prevents them from doing so. Finlay tells the Coffey's that his heart says to fire them right now and that is what the decision will be......unless Mark Coffey can prove him wrong. Tonight in the main event, Mark Coffey will go one-on-one with the NXT United Kingdom Champion, The Bruiserweight Pete Dunne in a non-title match. If Mark Coffey can find a way to win this match, the Coffey brothers get to keep their jobs. If Mark loses, the brothers will be fired publicly here tonight. Finlay wishes them good luck with a smirk as the Coffey's realize their backs are against the wall.


Rating: 5.0





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Yet another dominating performance from the monster known as Mastiff. Webster just cannot handle the power and the surprising speed of this big man and soon meets his end with a brutal spinebuster for the 3 count.

Winner by pinfall: Dave Mastiff
Rating: 6.0




A promo video of a destroyed town shows. The people in the scene are clearly desolate and hungry. Hopelessness reigns supreme. Tears can be seen flowing down as the people cry out for help. The sun has set and darkness now reigns over the town desperate for help.

Just before the video cuts out the words He's Coming....SOON flash in red as the video fades to black.


Rating: 5.8








We get a video hyping the womens tag match at TakeOver: New York between the members of Province Killer Kelly & Jinny facing Toni Storm and NXT United Kingdom Women's Champion Rhea Ripley. We are told that Killer Kelly is in action..next.

Rating: 6.4





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Samuels is able to put up a fight during the early part of the match but, Jinny eventually distracts Nina and that allows Kelly to blast Samuels from behind. Soon Nina is falling victim to the Penalty Kick to the head and Killer Kelly shows that Province is ready for this Saturday and wins the match.

Winner by pinfall: Killer Kelly
Rating: 4.5




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MAIN EVENT: NON-TITLE MATCH


Joe Coffey is clearly nervous throughout this match everytime that his brother is in trouble. And he's nervous often. Early on the Bruiserweight controls this match and everytime Coffey is able to come back, Dunne has an answer. Eventually Mark fights back and is able to hit a GTS on Dunne, but the Bruiserweight kicks out at the last moment. After some battling back and forth, Dunne is able to nail the Bitter End and make a cover but the ref doesn't count because Joe Coffey is now on the apron.


Joseph Conners uses the distraction to jump over the railing, grab the United Kingdom title and blast Dunne in the back of the head. Mark Coffey makes the cover just as Joe stops the distraction....1....2.....3. The Coffey Brothers' jobs are saved.

Winner by pinfall: Mark Coffey
Rating: 5.9






After thematch the Coffey Brothers hold Dunne up while Conners hits him again in the head with the belt and then they bail. Conners attacks Dunne while officials rush the ring. They try to separate Conners with the announcers questioning what will the condition of the champion be this Saturday at TakeOver as NXT UK goes off the air.

Rating: 6.6

Overall: 6.0
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For prediction purposes, here is the Final Card for NXT TakeOver: New York from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York (thank you to ElectricX for the prediction!!):




NXT Championship Match:
Jay Lethal vs NXT Champion Tommaso Ciampa

Triple Threat Cage Match for the NXT Women's Championship:
Nikki Cross vs Kairi Sane vs NXT Women's Champion Shayna Baszler

NXT United Kingdom Championship Match:
Joseph Conners vs NXT United Kingdom Champion Pete Dunne

Winner's Choice Fatal Fourway Match. (Winner Receives A Title Shot Of Their Choosing Anytime, Anywhere):
Aleister Black vs Johnny Gargano vs Tye Dillinger vs Adam Cole

NXT North American Championship Match:
Bobby Fish vs NXT North American Champion Ricochet

NXT Tag Team Championship Match:
War Raiders vs NXT Tag Team Champions Kyle O'Reilly & Roderick Strong of the Undisputed Era

Tag Team Match:
Killer Kelly & Jinny vs Toni Storm and NXT United Kingdom Women's Champion Rhea Ripley

Singles Match:
Dominik Dijakovic vs Matt Riddle
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NXT Championship Match:
Jay Lethal vs NXT Champion Tommaso Ciampa

Triple Threat Cage Match for the NXT Women's Championship:
Nikki Cross vs Kairi Sane vs NXT Women's Champion Shayna Baszler

NXT United Kingdom Championship Match:
Joseph Conners vs NXT United Kingdom Champion Pete Dunne

Winner's Choice Fatal Fourway Match. (Winner Receives A Title Shot Of Their Choosing Anytime, Anywhere):
Aleister Black vs Johnny Gargano vs Tye Dillinger vs Adam Cole

NXT North American Championship Match:
Bobby Fish vs NXT North American Champion Ricochet

NXT Tag Team Championship Match:
War Raiders vs NXT Tag Team Champions Kyle O'Reilly & Roderick Strong of the Undisputed Era

Tag Team Match:
Killer Kelly & Jinny vs Toni Storm and NXT United Kingdom Women's Champion Rhea Ripley

Singles Match:
Dominik Dijakovic vs Matt Riddle
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NXT TakeOver: New York opens with a video set in the subways of New York City. With every passing train we see a highlight reel of the main matches: NXT Championship, NXT Womens Title, NXT UK Title and the Four Way Dance. Each train fades out into another train featuring the next match. The trains finally reach their destination and fans pour out chanting “We Ae NXT” as they walk up the stairs and out of the subway to their destination….the Barclay’s Center. The video ends with a wide shot of Barclay’s with the NYC skyline in the background while the fans continue to chant “We Are NXT”.

The video then cuts to: "And now, NXT & NXT U.K. present…NXT TakeOver: New York"


Rating: 7.6







Bacrlay’s Center – New York City – Attendance: 19,000 – SOLD OUT


The crowd comes to life as Mauro and the team announce that the hottest company in sports and entertainment is taking over the hottest city in the world. This is New York City and this is NXT TakeOver. They put over the main event tonight and then prepare us as we go to the ring for the opening contest here at TakeOver.

Rating: 8.0



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Early on both men deliver stiff shots and Riddle goes for the Bro-Mission that made Dominik bail to the floor. While on the floor, Dominik throws Riddle knee first into the ring steps and begins to take down the King of Bros nearly securing a pinfall on several occasions. Riddle fights back and does a series of stiff shots to Dijakovic. He is able to hit a running knee to the head for a close two count. The King of Bros goes for another running knee but, Dominik catches Riddle’s leg, lifts him up and drops Riddle right on his head. He rolls up Matt and hooks the tights as the ref counts to 3.

Winner by pinfall: Dominik Dijakovic
Rating: 5.3





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The story of the match is early on Rhea & Toni start as a house of fire but then Jinny blasts Rhea from behind and Province double team Ripley dropping her head first on the steps. NXT medical officials check on the Women’s Champion while Toni Storm has to basically go it alone. Province take their time taking Storm apart but she will not give up until Rhea finally gets back onto the apron. Killer Kelly goes for a big foot but, Storm sidesteps her and hits an exploding back suplex. With Rhea cheering her on, Toni crawls to the lifeline of her partner and finally makes the tag. Kelly backs up cautiously as the champion gets into the ring. She glares at Kelly and Jinny and then TURNS AROUND AND STOMPS TONI STORM!

Kelly and Jinny join Rhea at the exact same time and the three just beat the hell out of Toni. With the ref confused, Province help’s Rhea deliver not one, but two Riptides on Storm before Jinny arrogantly covers for the 1…2…3.


Winners by pinfall: Jinny & Killer Kelly of Province
Rating: 5.2



After the match, Ripley sneers and looks down at Storm who is still out from the attack. The NXT United Kingdom Women’s Champion then looks at Province and gets a smile and walks over and hugs Killer Kelly & Jinny. The three women smile and laugh and it is clear that this was a set up all along. As Toni Storm comes to, Province leaves the ring and backs up the aisle gloating.

Rating: 5.2





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The strategy of Bobby Fish is to keep the champion grounded and it is a strategy that works for most of the match as Fish really pounds Ricochet and works on the head and neck area of Ricochet. Bobby goes for a diving headbutt and nails it but cannot secure the victory. Bobby errors when he goes for another headbutt and Ricochet meets him up top with an exploding Hurricanrana. From there, Ricochet hits several terrific aerial moves and goes for the 450 but, Fish gets his knees up. Fish nails Sleeping With The Fishes (Roundhouse kick to the head) and covers…1..2…the champion kicks out. When Fish goes for piledriver, Ricochet is able to backdrop him, hit a kick to the jaw and then go up top and nail the 450 for the successful title defense.



Winners by pinfall and still NXT North American Champion: Ricochet
Rating: 6.3




A video for the Winner's Choice Fatal Fourway at TakeOver airs. In it each man talks about how they feel that their career will be defined by this shot. Each man has stumbled on their road to glory but this one match can instantly catapult them to the highest of mountains. Adam Cole, Johnny Gargano, Tye Dillinger and Aleister Black all say "this might be my last shot, I am going to make it my best" and the video ends with Cole smugly saying "And that's...Undisputed."

Rating: 7.1




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Early on in the match, Cole is taken out by a Black Mass. Dillinger, Gargano and Black take their turns trading momentum and all three are able to score near falls before Cole rejoins the fray. The match takes a turn and becomes a wild brawl and Tye Dillinger is taken down with a running knee from Cole but only gains a two count thanks to Gargano breaking it up. Johnny locks in the Gargano Escape on Cole who struggles to get to the ropes, when Adam is almost there, Johnny pulls him back into the ring and locks it on again. Just as Cole looks like he is about to tap out, Aleister nails the Black Mass on an unprotected Gargano. Tye comes in and ducks under a attack from Aleister and nails the Tye Breaker on Black. Cover…1….2….Adam Cole breaks it up. Cole goes for a powerbomb onto Tye who reverses it and tries a Tye Breaker but, Cole lands on his feet and nails LAST SHOT. Cover…1….2….3.



Winner by pinfall: Adam Cole
Rating: 6.5




A video package of the road to the NXT United Kingdom Championship match between Joseph Conners & Pete Dunne. The NXT UK title match is next.


Rating: 5.3



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This is a stiff brawl that goes inside and outside the ring with Conners focusing a lot on Dunne’s injured head from this past week’s tv. Dunne is able to fight off every advance and shake off the hits to the head but, suffers badly when he charges Conners in the corner and the challenger drops Dunne head first onto the turnbuckle. From there it seems almost inevitable as Conners hits Don’t Look Down and covers

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Pete Dunne barely kicks out at the last second. Conners goes for it again but, Dunne turns it into an Impaler and begins his comeback. After some joint manipulation and a missed European Uppercut from the challenger, Joseph Conners meet’s Pete Dunne’s Bitter End for the 3 count.



Winners by pinfall and still NXT United Kingdom Champion: Pete Dunne
Rating: 5.9




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At the beginning of the match, War Raiders show their dominance and force the champions to bail from the ring. When the challengers give chase, the champs are able to throw Hanson head first into the ring post and then get Rowe into the ring. Strong and O’Reilly take turns beating down Rowe while Hanson slowly gets back into the match. When the champs set up for Total Elimination, Hanson runs in and blasts Kyle from behind with a big boot to the back of the head. From there War Raiders take over and start giving Roddy what he deserves and soon they nail Fallout.

1…

2….

Kyle O’reilly makes it into the ring to break the count. A big brawl then ensues and during the chaos, Bobby Fish runs out and distracts the referee just as the challengers nail Fallout on Kyle. Adam Cole runs through the crowd and jumps the barrier and grabs a chair and nails Hanson in the back with the chair. When Rowe sees this, he beats the hell out of Cole who bails from the ring just as Fish gets ejected. Roddy nails a Rude Awakening and covers 1….2….Rowe kicks out.

The champs go for Total Elimination but Hanson rushes in yet again. He charges the champs but they both nail a superkick that takes Hanson down. O’Reilly & Strong then nail Total Elimination on Rowe and score the pinfall.

Winners by pinfall and still NXT Tag Team Champions: The Undisputed Era
Rating: 6.7





Following the match, O’Reilly and Strong bail happily leaving War Raiders defeated once more. The announcers put over that this was War Raiders last opportunity at the titles as Hanson and Rowe stand up. The New York crowd come to their feet and give the two warriors a standing ovation that clearly moves the beasts. Hanson and Rowe point to each other and then the crowd and depart the ring to the ovation of the NXT Universe.

Rating: 7.0





The cameras pan the crowd and eventually settle on Raw Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey and Randy Orton both being shown in the crowd. The announcers remind us that while tonight is NXT’s night and the biggest night on the hottest brand, tomorrow night is the biggest night in the industry. They put over Ronda Rousey main eventing Wrestlemania tomorrow night and show how hot NXT is for Ronda and for Randy Orton to be here the night before such a big night. The announcers remind us to not miss Wrestlemania tomorrow night live from MetLife Stadium, streaming on the award winning WWE Network.

Rating: 7.7



A hype video shows a cage lowering to the ring intercut with videos of Nikki Cross being crazy, Kairi Sane being daring and Shayna Baszler in MMA and during her dominant run in NXT. Kairi says she will risk her soul to win the NXT Womens Title. Shayna says she will break bones and have hers broken to remain champ. Nikki just says "FUN" and laughs as the cage lowers into the ring to end the video.

Rating: 7.4



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For the first portion of the match, all three women attempt to escape the cage. Eventually the Queen of Spades throws both women into the cage and starts to dominate. It takes Kairi and Nikki teaming up and picking up the champion, putting her on their shoulders and using her head as a battery ram into the steel mesh over and over again to even the score. With Shayna down, Kairi and Nikki score near falls on each other before Baszler fights back in it.

The finish comes when Kairi Sane scales the top of the cage but, instead of going down the cage, she prepares to fly off with the IN-Sane Elbow. With the crowd egging her on, she leaps and connects but Shayna has caught Sane and locked in the Kirifuda! Kairi rolls around and tries to fight it off while Shayna keeps the hold on. Out of nowhere, Nikki Cross is seen on the top of the cage. She screams “FUN” and then leaps off the cage crashing onto Shayna with a Leg Drop from the top of the cage!!! Nikki crawls over and covers Shayna Baszler…1….2….NEW CHAMPION!

Winner by pinfall and NEW NXT Women’s Champion: Nikki Cross
Rating: 6.5





After the match, we see Shayna shocked at her loss and then cut to the back where Jay Lethal and Tommaso Ciampa are seen coming out of the locker rooms. They then walk down the hall towards the Gorilla Position as the NXT Championship match is next.

Rating: 7.5



A music video airs of all that has transpired since Tommaso Ciampa won the NXT Championship and then shows the arrival into NXT of Jay Lethal. The video focuses on each man’s determination to be NXT Champion and finally ends on the face off this past week on NXT with “Goldie” raised high.

Rating: 7.3



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The two engage in a technical clinic to start the match with both men trying to score pinfall’s and both men almost scoring submissions. After frustration from the champ and the challenger, the technical aspect ends and a brawl ensues. Lethal scores with a release German Suplex and then does the Macho Elbow Drop from the top rope but Tommaso rolls out of the ring before the challenger can cover.

Jay Lethal ascends to the top and flies off but the champion catches him with a punch to the stomach and Lethal crashes into the ring barrier. Ciampa drops Lethal back first on the ring barrier and then throws him back into the ring. Ciampa hits a GTS and covers but the challenger kicks out at 2. Ciampa locks in a half Boston Crab and Lethal struggles but eventually makes it to the ropes. When the champion goes for the kill, Lethal nails a superkick and both men are down on the mat.

The challenger regains control but his injured back hinders any real momentum. Ciampa drops several knees onto the back of Lethal and sets up to nail Project Ciampa. The champion hits his finish and covers….1…..2……Lethal kicked out!

Ciampa can’t believe it but he is back on the attack. Tommaso nails a backstabber but again Lethal kicks out. Ciampa goes for a backbreaker but the challenger rolls the champion up for a near fall.

Lethal mounts a comeback and goes for the Lethal Injection but his back fails. The champion signals for Project Ciampa once more, he goes for it, Lethal turns the Powerbomb position into a hurricanrana and when Ciampa bounces off the ropes – LETHAL INJECTION.

1…..

2……

NEW CHAMPION!

Winner by pinfall and NEW NXT Champion: Jay Lethal
Rating: 6.8




Tommaso Ciampa rolls to the floor and sits there in stunned disbelief as Jay Lethal is handed the NXT Championship. Members of Jay Lethal’s family are shown with tears in their eyes. Lethal goes to the floor and hugs his mom and dad before getting back into the ring. The new NXT Champion has tears in his eyes as he stands on the second turnbuckle and raises the title high just as confetti falls from the top of the Barclay’s Center. Lethal’s teary eyes surrounded by confetti are the last thing we see as NXT TakeOver: New York goes off the air.

Rating: 7.4

Overall: 6.9
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WrestleMania Final Card

Pre Show:

Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal: Bobby Lashley-Elias-Jinder Mahal-Mojo Rawley-Baron Corbin-Jason Jordan-RVD-Apollo Crews-Goldust-Titus O'Neill-Curt Hawkins-Zack Ryder-Curtis Axle-Bo Dallas-Viktor-Shelton Benjamin-Aiden English-Shinsuke Nakamura-Karl Anderson-Luke Gallows-Kofi Kingston-R-Truth-XavierWoods-Big E-Big Show-Jey Uso-Jimmy Uso-Epico Colon-Primo Colon-Mystery Entrant


Women's WrestleMania BattleRoyal: Kharma-Carmella-Mickie James-Mandy Rose-Naomi-Peyton Royce-Sonya Deville-Zelina Vega-Billie Kay-Natalya-Bayley-Ember Moon-Sasha Banks-Nia Jax-Alexa Bliss-Alicia Fox-Ruby Riott-Sarah Logan-Liv Morgan-Lita-Lacey Evans -Candice Leray-Shayna Baszler-Jessamyn Duke-Marina Shafir-Io Shirai-Kairi Sane-Toni Storm-Rhea Ripley-Nikki Cross


Main Card:


























Would love to hear your predictions on who wins the BRs and the main matches.

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Wrestlemania Predictions

Andre the Giant Battle Royale: Mystery Entrant

Women's Battle Royale: Shayna Baszler

Raw Women's Championship: Ronda Rousey (c) vs. Becky Lynch

Universal Championship: Braun Strowman (c) vs. John Cena

Smackdown's Women's . CHampionship: Charlotte (c) vs. Asuka vs. Trish Stratus

WWE Championship: Daniel Bryan (c) vs. Finn Balor

Intercontinental Championship: Bobby Roode (c) vs. Velveteen Dream

Triple H vs. Shane McMahon

Raw Tag Team Championships: Revival (c) vs. Authors of Pain

Hell in a Cell: Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins vs. Drew McIntyre & Dolph Ziggler

United States Championship: Rey Mysterio (c) vs. Andrade Almas

Smackdown Tag Team Championships: Bar (c) vs. Heavy Machinery

I Quit Match: Brock Lesnar vs. Kurt Angle

AJ Styles/Randy Orton/Miz/Samoa Joe/Rusev vs. Sanity

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Charley Caruso welcomes us to the Kickoff Show. She introduces her Hall of Fame panel. They each talk about what WrestleMania means to them. Charly then sends it down to Tom Phillips and Booker T.



They talk up the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal
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The Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal starts off with a pop with the introduction of the last entrant...the Hurricane! It eventually boils down to Kofi Kingston and Shinsuke Nakamua. They go one on one for nearly five minutes before Kingston is knocked onto the apron but he saves himself from elimination. While he’s doing that Nakamura lines him up and delivers the Kinshasa, knocking Kofi to the floor.

Winner: Shinsuke Nakamura


Charly welcomes three new Hall of Famers who discuss their careers. When it gets to Cornette he says he’s amazed WWE has given him a live mic for the second time in twenty-four hours when his mic goes dead. Bischoff and Taz have a good laugh about that as Charly throws it to Michael Cole, Corey Graves, and Renee Young.



They talk up the Women’s Annual WrestleMania Battle Royal


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The Women’s Annual WrestleMania Battle Royal shows a lot of action but it eventually comes down to Natalya, Lacey Evans, and Nikki Cross. Natalya is nearly eliminated but hangs on as Evans turns to take care of Cross. With the pair tangled up near the ropes, Natalya slides back into the ring and dumps them both over to win.

Winner: Natalya



We’re back to the original panel who give their picks on the main event. All three agree that it’s hard to bet against Ronda Rousey. Charly thanks us for watching. WrestleMania is next!
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Michael Cole, Corey Graves, and Renee Young open the show and welcome us to the Showcase of the Immortals. They all talk about how large the crowd is and how excited they are to call this event before sending us down for our opening match.





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Bobby Roode © vs Velveteen Dream

Roode owns the match early on, using veteran savvy to keep Velveteen in check. They spill to the outside where Roode begins working his challenger over on the Spanish announce table but Velveteen fights back and reverses a whip sending Roode into the post. Knowing he has to win it in the ring, Velveteen rolls Roode back in before the ten count.

Velveteen keeps his advantage, overwhelming Roode with an onslaught of offense. Roode soon doesn’t know which way to turn as he’s being hit from seemingly every direction. Velveteen senses victory is near and climbs to the top but Roode was playing dead and rushes up to deliver a superplex for the 1, 2, kickout! Velveteen is still alive and Roode signals for the Glorious DDT but when he tries to go for it, Velveteen pushes him off into the ropes and when Roode rebounds he is superkicked in the mouth. This causes Roode to rebound again for the same result. Now on the third rebound Roode is kicked and spins around falling flat on his back. Velveteen climbs to the top and sails off with the Purple Rainmaker. Making the cover the ref counts to three.

Winner by Pinfall and new WWE Intercontinental Champion: Velveteen Dream




The referee hands Velveteen the Intercontinental Championship and he sinks to his knees cradling the belt. A few camera shots look like he’s crying but they don’t show it too often.







Shane McMahon is warming up backstage when his sister comes up to him. She asks him to call off his match tonight with Triple H. She says she doesn’t want Shane to get hurt like this. He rebuffs her and tells her to tell her husband to call it off. He tells her that he loves her but tonight is a long time in coming and one way or another he’s walking out of there tonight with his hand raised.





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AJ Styles, Rusev, Samoa Joe, Randy Orton, and the Miz vs SAnitY

The match begins in chaos in a ten man brawl but settles down to Joe and Rowan. Each team sees all members get tagged in and show some solid offense and their usual spots. There is also evident distrust between AJ Styles and Randy Orton. SAnitY has control and is teeing off on the Miz in their corner when he makes a tag to Rusev but the referee claims he didn’t see it. SAnitY drags the Miz back to their side of the ring. Miz puts on a flurry of offense and almost gets to his corner but Harper is holding him back. Styles suddenly vaults to the top and hits a Phenomenal Forearm on Harper while the Miz dives and tags Orton.

Orton goes on the attack and hits an RKO on Harper when all of SAnitY breaks it up. The ten man brawl erupts again but the referee lets it play out. On the outside the Miz is put on a table and Killian Dain climbs to the top and cannonballs off it but the Miz moves and Dain implodes the table, while looking legitimately hurt and holding his hip area. In the ring Orton and Eric Young are going at it when Styles makes a blind tag and when Young turns around he walks right into a superkick. Young goes down and Styles moves in, hitting the Styles Clash. It looks like Wolfe will break it up but Orton RKO’s him and the ref counts to three.

Winners by Pinfall: AJ Styles, Rusev, Randy Orton, the Miz, and Samoa Joe




We’re shown a retrospective of John Cena’s career with a focus on tonight being potentially his last chance to win a world title.





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Braun Strowman © vs John Cena

In almost every case John Cena is the strongest man in the ring but that is not the case tonight. Strowman starts off by throwing Cena across the ring much to the sixteen-time champion’s surprise. This continues as Strowman physically dominates Cena and uses his size to keep control of the match. It spills to the outside and Cena gains some control when he dodges a charge by Strowman and the Monster goes head first into the ringpost.

Cena batters Strowman and they get back in the ring. Cena hits his usual spots such as running shoulder blocks and even hits a dropkick off the second rope. Strowman is down and Cena dusts off his shoulder for the Five Knuckle Shuffle but as Cena hits the ropes Strowman pops up and grabs him by the throat delivering a chokeslam and covers but Cena kicks out.

Strowman stalks his challenger, punishing Cena but grows frustrated that Cena keeps kicking out. Strowman plants a big boot in Cena’s face and climbs to the top rope but Cena runs up to meet him and hits a Super Attitude Adjustment. He covers and hooks the leg.


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Cena looks stunned. He gets up, favoring his own lower back and begins picking up Strowman when the champion scoops Cena up out of instinct and delivers a powerslam. Strowman isn’t done though. The Monster just looks angry and whips Cena into the corner before charging in with an avalanche. Cena falls face first but is still crawling. Strowman stalks him and picks him up but this time Strowman, with Cena on his shoulder, steps up to the second rope and flies off with a powerslam and makes the cover.

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Winner by Pinfall and still WWE Universal Champion: Braun Strowman




Strowman is handed the belt and holds it high to the crowd but when he turns around Cena is standing there. They have a momentary staredown before Cena offers his hand. Strowman shake it and Cena raises his hand to the crowd.







Phillips and Booker hype the Superstar Shakeup which begins tomorrow night on RAW.







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The Bar © vs Heavy Machinery

The Bar keeps Tucker isolated and works him over while Otis is dying to get in. Tucker hits an enziguri on Cesaro but right before he reaches his corner Sheamus enters and blasts Otis off the apron. The big man gets back in but the referee stops him allowing the Bar to reclaim the advantage. This goes on for a few more moments before Tucker breaks loose again and makes the tag to Otis.

Otis begins cleaning house, flattening both champions with heavy clotheslines. He’s non stop in his attacks, using his immense strength to throw the champions around the ring. Tucker re-enters and a four man brawl begins. Otis is sent to the outside and Cesaro holds Tucker but when Sheamus goes for a Brogue Kick, Tucker moves and Cesaro takes the full effect. Otis is back in the ring and when Sheamus turns around he walks right into Otis’ arms. Tucker bounds off the ropes and they crush Sheamus with the Compactor for the win.

Winners by Pinfall and new Smackdown Live Tag Team Champions: Heavy Machinery




Charlotte Flair is standing by with Kayla Braxton. The champion says that tonight she will silence all the doubts about who is the greatest woman wrestler of all time. Trish’s time has come and gone Charlotte has already eclipsed her. And as for Asuka she’s old news. Charlotte broke the streak last year and tonight she ends the mystique forever.







A video is shown recapping the recent hostility between Smackdown Live C.E.O. Shane McMahon and WWE C.O.O. Triple H.





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Triple H vs Shane McMahon

Suddenly the tron is overaken by a video of a very sleek car that resembles the batmobile racing through the streets of New York. Police cars are chasing it as it speeds to Met Life Stadium. We then see video of the car speeding through the stadium. On the tron we see a spotlight but instead of a bat it’s Triple H’s iron cross and the car drives out onto the stage. Triple H steps out of the car, looking ready for battle…...until Shane McMahon comes running out interrupting the entrance with something in his arms. When he gets into the light we see he has a sledgehammer and he slams it into Triple H’s back. Shane continues to attack Triple H, beating him up all the way down the rampway to the ring.

When they get down to the ring Triple H suckers Shane into approaching before flinging him into the ringpost. Now it’s the Game’s turn to deal out punishment and he batters Shane around the ringside area. Shane looks red faced and spent as Triple H lays him atop the announcer’s table before he climbs up and tries to deliver a Pedigree but Shane backdrops him off the table to the floor. When Triple H gets up Shane jumps off the table with a half flying forearm and half tackle. As they brawl, the crowd notices someone walking down the ramp.



Mr. McMahon come down to the ring keeping his distance but looking very concerned. Triple H regains the momentum out of the fight on the floor and rolls Shane into the ring. He catches sight of his father in law and tells him he can end this any time. As he’s talking to Mr. McMahon he’s crouched over Shane drilling him with right hands. McMahon begins walking towards the time keeper’s table. Triple H picks Shane up positioning him for a Pedigree again and he again reminds Mr. McMahon that he can end it. With his attention distracted, Shane pulls Triple H’s legs out from under him and quickly puts on the worst looking Sharpshooter anyone has ever seen. Almost instantly the bell begins to ring. Shane ditches out of the ring and Mr. McMahon quickly joins him as the ring announcer does their job.

Winner by Submission: Shane McMahon




As Triple H seethes in the ring as he realizes what just happened, Mr. McMahon raises his son’s hand on the stage with a big smile.







Backstage Heavy Machinery are celebrating their big championship win with a few other wrestlers when Stone Cold Steve Austin steps into frame. He congratulates them and said if you’re gonna have a beer bash, you better expect Stone Cold! He hands Tucker and Otis some beers from his cooler and they smash them and drink as everyone else goes crazy.





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Asuka vs Charlotte Flair © vs Trish Stratus

At the beginning of the match Charlotte thinks she’ll be smart and duck out but Trish and Asuka form an early bond and cut her off. The opening sees the champion getting it from both sides but when Charlotte rolls to the outside for safety, Asuka lays into Trish with a series of kicks. The two challengers go at it for several minutes and Trish gets the crowd behind her with some of her usual moves. Charlotte gets back in the ring and flattens Trish from behind with a forearm. Charlotte goes back and forth attacking both challengers but Asuka blocks a punch and fires back at Flair with a series of strikes before clotheslining Charlotte over the top and following her to the outside.

As Asuka keeps up the attack Trish climbs to the top and flies off with a cross body block on both Asuka and Charlotte. Trish is about to pick up Charlotte when the champion yanks her head first into the post. Charlotte then begins working over Trish’s left knee. Asuka comes up from behind and begins brawling with Flair to the announcer’s table. Asuka gets the advantage and gets on the apron but before she can jump off Charlotte lifts her up and off the apron and powerbombs Asuka through the announcer’s table.

Asuka is down on the outside of the ring and now Charlotte goes in for the kill on Trish. She focuses on Trish’s injured left knee before throwing her back in the ring. Charlotte stalks the Hall of Famer like a predator, stomping on the leg as Trish tries to drag herself to her feet. With Trish in the corner Charlotte charges with a big boot but Trish ducks and Charlotte kicks the turnbuckle before going down in a heap holding her own leg. Asuka climbs onto the apron and she and Trish trade right hands before Trish hits a Chick Kick and sends Asuka down to the floor again. Charlotte moves in quickly, kicking Trish behind her knee to drop her in position for Natural Selection. Asuka dives into the ring to break it up but she’s inches short as the ref counts to three.

Winner by Pinfall and still Smackdown Live Womens Champion: Charlotte Flair




A video package is shown of the long history between Kurt Angle and Brock Lesnar.





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Angle is on the second rope saluting his fans as the bell rings and Lesnar charges him but Angle flips off the ropes and hits a cross body block on the stunned Lesnar. Lesnar tries to get up and clear the cobwebs but Angle seems relentless and hits a german suplex on the Beast. Lesnar rushes to his feet and walks into a belly to belly suplex and quickly puts on the Ankle Lock gut Lesnar kicks Angle off. Heyman is shouting for Lesnar to roll out and he does. He only gets a moment to rest when Angle follows him out but Lesnar turns to meet Angle and delivers a release belly to belly, throwing Angle into the crowd barrier. Lesnar spends the next several minutes punishing Angle.

As the Beast puts Angle back in the ring he follows, yelling for him. When Angle does, Lesnar clubs him down before putting the Ankle Lock on Angle. Angle struggles as Heyman screams for him to quit but he uses a lunge and momentum to sling Lesnar forward into the turnbuckles. Lesnar staggers back as Angle tackles him with his own form of ground and pound. After a few strikes, Lesnar rolls on top and begins using elbows, busting Angle open. The referee immediately puts the gloves on and checks Angle but Lesnar shoves the referee out of the way and continues his assault. Blood is running down Angle’s face when Lesnar finally relents. The referee again checks on Angle who doesn’t want to stop. Heyman tells Lesnar to finish him but when Lesnar bends down Angle puts him in a triangle choke. Lesnar is stuck and he can’t break out. Just as it looks like Lesnar may be in real trouble Angle’s grip loosens and he passes out from the blood loss and the referee calls for the bell. Lesnar falls on his back gasping for air but he’s the winner.


Winner by Stoppage: Brock Lesnar




As Lesner and Heyman leave the ring, Angle is helped to his feet and the crowd gives him a standing ovation. He waves to them as his music begins to play and says goodbye.




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Rey Mysterio © vs Andrade Almas w/The Cartel

The match begins back and forth with neither man gathering an advantage but that changes when Kaval and Dagan on the outside make their presence known by double teaming Mysterio while Andrade has the referee tied up. This pattern continues but Mysterio keeps kicking out of pin attempts. Andrade whips Rey into the corner and charges but Mysterio rolls out of the way of a big splash. Andrade cracks his head off the post and falls back on his back. Instead of focusing on him Rey quickly goes to the top and flies with a cross body block onto Kaval and Dagan wiping both of them out.

With the Cartel neutralized, Mysterio returns to the ring but Andrade meets him with a heavy right hand before scooping him up and delivering a shoulder breaker. Andrade climbs to the top but Mysterio crotches him by hitting the ropes. Mysterio climbs up and delivers a hurricanrana from the top. He makes the cover but Zelina is on the apron distracting the referee. Mysterio goes over allowing Andrade to regroup. When Andrade charges, Rey trips him causing him to fall into Zelina knocking her to the floor but also putting him in a resting position on the ropes. Andrade is a sitting duck for the 619 and when it connects Rey makes the cover for the win.

Winner by Pinfall and still WWE United States Champion: Rey Mysterio




Charly Caruso is standing by with RAW Womens Champion Ronda Rousey. Ronda says tonight is the night she’s been waiting for her entire life. The whole world will be watching as she treats Becky Lynch like the flash in the pan she is. Tonight is all about doing what she does better than anyone on the planet. Walk in, hurt someone, walk out. She casts a glance at Charly before stepping away.







A video recap of the build to the WWE Championship match between Daniel Bryan and Finn Balor is shown.











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Daniel Bryan © vs The Demon Finn Balor

Just as WrestleMania III is known for Hogan and Andre but Savage and Steamboat stole the show, the WWE Championship match puts on a clinic. Move for move, counter for counter, Bryan and Balor put on a non stop show for their audience. Bryan controls the early going, wearing down his challenger, grinding away looking for any weakness for a quick submission but Balor always manages to get to the ropes or get out of danger. Balor reverses an Irish Whip and charges in, clotheslining Bryan over the top and then immediately following up with a suicide senton onto the champion.

Balor is building momentum and rolls Bryan back into the ring but when he enters Bryan kicks him in the knee and quickly rolls him into a small package but Balor kicks out. Bryan gets to his feet and begins laying in a series of Yes! kicks but when he goes for the head Balor dodges it hits a jumping knee in Bryan’s face. The champion is stunned, and Balor follows up with a couple slingblade clotheslines. Bryan is laying on his back as Balor quickly goes to the top looking for his finisher but the Champion rolls out of the ring for a breather. It doesn’t turn into much of one as Balor simply turns and soars off the top with moonsault onto Bryan. The crowd is on its feet as Bryan is rolled back into the ring and the Demon cliambs to the top again but Bryan leaps for the rope and crotches him. Climbing to the top the champion delivers a release Belly to Belly and makes the cover but Balor kicks out at 2 ˝.

Balor is sucking wind and Bryan moves in for the kill putting him in the LaBell Lock. The champion berates his challenger as he punishes him. Balor reaches the rope but Bryan won’t break it, telling the referee to disqualify him but the referee refuses to give him the easy way out. Finally the referee prys his fingers loose enough for Balor to escape. Bryan begins arguing with the referee and shoves him but the referee shoves him back. All the while giving Balor needed time to recover. When Bryn moves in, Balor begins firing right hands but Bryan catches his hand and twists his arm into a chickenwing. Balor fights to get out of it, ramming Bryan back into the corner several times. Bryan releases and goes to the outside, returning with a chair. He charges Balor and swings but Balor ducks and hits a spinning heel kick, knocking the chair into Bryan’s face.

Bryan is out and Balor, exhausted, climbs to the top and with the crowd on their feet he jumps off hitting the Coup de Grace. He makes the cover and gets the 1...2…..3.

Winner by Pinfall and new WWE Champion: Finn Balor




Balor stands up in corners with the belt in the air as the crowd gives him, and Bryan, a big round of applause for their match.





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Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose vs Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre

The cell comes down and it’s time for a long standing feud to end the hard way. A four man brawl is all over the ringside area. McIntyre is paired off with Ambrose who takes glee is rubbing the Scottsman’s face across the cell’s fencing. On the other side Rollins and Ziggler are fighting by the doorway when Ziggler ducks a superkick and responds with a low kick dropping Rollins to his knees. Ziggler follows up with a low stomp before moving to help his partner. He attacks Ambrose from behind, then lifts the stairs grabbing something hidden there. We quickly see it’s a pair of handcuffs and they cuff Ambrose’s left wrist to the cell. With only one arm to defend himself he’s quickly punched and kicked and stomped the floor. They leave him to work Rollins over, getting back in the ring and beginning to pick Seth apart. Officials run down to the cell trying to free Ambrose but to no avail. Rollins is picked up and held in place by McIntyre as Ziggler taunts him. When Rollins tries to fight back he’s pummelled. This pattern continues as they taunt Ambrose every time they hurt Rollins. Finally a referee with bolt cutters comes down and cuts the chain on the cuffs.

Ambrose is free and has a wild look in his eyes. As Ziggler and McIntyre tee off on Rollins in the ring, Ambrose reaches under the ring and pulls out a long bag. Opening it he shows off what he promised to bring, a barbed wire baseball bat. He slides in the ring and introduces his friend to his opponents first Ziggler then McIntyre. The crowd comes alive as Ambrose rakes the wire over Ziggler’s forehead. He turns to do the same to McIntyre but the Scottish Psychopath is up already and launches a Claymore which sends Ambrose to the outside. Rollins has recovered and when McIntyre turns around Rollins connects with a superkick in the face. McIntyre drops to his hands and knees in perfect position for a stomp. Rollins hits it and makes the cover 1, 2, Ziggler leaps and breaks it up with blood running down his forehead.

Rollins and Ziggler begin trading right hands as Ambrose climbs back into the ring sans bat. He and Rollins double team Ziggler who’s really got the blood flowing. Ambrose puts Ziggler on the top and Rollins climbs up to deliver a Superplex, rolls through it, and hits the Falcon Arrow. McIntyre begins to stir and Ambrose pulls him into Dirty Deeds. Both men make the covers and the ref counts to three.


Winners by Pinfall: Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose




Ambrose and Rollins, exhausted and battered, give each other a hug after the match but then the crowd explodes.






Roman Reigns comes walking down the ramp and by their faces Ambrose and Rollins did not know about this. Reigns who hasn’t been seen by the WWE Universe since his announcement of his cancer battle walks through the door to the cell and rolls into the ring. Without hesitation Ambrose and Rollins embrace him and the crowd is on their feet at the unexpected Shield reunion and a true WrestleMania moment.






All of the members of the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2019, or their family members are recognized on the stage.













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The Revival © vs the AOP

An angry AOP are in firm control as the match begins. The Revival are thrown around and battered and they take a powder to the outside to regroup. AOP gives chase but it’s a trap and the revival send them both into posts. The champions roll Akam back into the ring and begin constant double teams but he kicks out of all pin attempts. After several minutes he finally breaks free and tags in Rezar.

Rezar flattens Dawson with a series of clotheslines then brings Wilder in and gives him the same treatment. Akam comes back in and it’s a brief four man brawl. Dawson is tossed to the outside and the referee struggles to get Akam out of the ring. Dawson grabs one of the tag title belts and re-enters the ring but Rezar turns and catches him entering. Dawson is picked up by the throat but he tosses the belt to Wilder who clocks Rezar in the back on the head. Wilder makes the cover and Akam can’t get back in the ring fast enough to stop the count.

Winners by Pinfall and still RAW Tag Team Champions: The Revival










[i]The crowd pops big time for the unannounced return of Kevin Owens. KO says that he chose WrestleMania to make his return because no matter what you call it. RAW, Smackdown Live, or even WrestleMania it’s still the Kevin Owens Show! And on this night there is something missing. No, it’s not a match for KO though that would have been nice. It’s a presence, it’s a vibe. It’s a…..phenom. It’s the biggest night of the year and we know he’s here so he wants the Undertaker to come out and be his guest. The crowd is up for it but when he introduces him officially nothing happens. Owens says that’s ok even at his age the Undertaker getting stage fright is understandable, so he does it again. And again, nothing. Now Owens is claiming he’s being set up to look like a fool. He says maybe the Undertaker is afraid of KO. It only makes sense since KO is the best wrestler in the WWE and especially in Canada which means the most. So he says he’ll try one more…..









The Undertaker makes himself seen on stage and slowly walks down to the ring. KO looks more than a little uneasy. KO welcomes him and asks if he’s hard of hearing. Before Undertaker can answer, KO takes the mic away. Owens then asks why the Undertaker is afraid of him. Before Undertaker can answer, Owens again takes the mic away. Owens then asks if Undertaker is ready to pass the torch to the phenom of the 21st Century, Kevin Owens. This time before the mic can be ripped away, Undertaker catches Owens’ wrist and KO turns pale. The Undertaker pulls him in close and simply says….

“You talk too much.”

Quickly, Undertaker scoops up Owens and delivers a Tombstone in the middle of the ring. As Owens rolls out under the bottom rope and drops to the floor the Undertaker strikes his pose as the ring is cast in purple light.







On the heels of the Undertaker’s return to WrestleMania we’re shown a video recap of how we got to the main event. Ronda Rousey vs Becky Lynch for the RAW Womens Championship.





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Ronda Rousey © vs Becky Lynch


It is time for the main event. Becky Lynch is introduced first and climbs to the second rope as the crowd roars when suddenly Ronda Rousey rushes across the ring and shoves her down to the floor. Becky topples awkwardly, hitting the apron on her way down. Rousey wastes no time sliding out and begins attacking Lynch’s left arm. Because they’re out of the ring the referee hasn’t called for the bell. Rousey throws Becky into the ring post shoulder-first then slides in the ring going through a little warm up dance as the crowd boos. Becky forces herself to her feet and slides into the ring holding that left arm/shoulder. Once she’s to her feet the referee rings the bell.

Rousey moves in for the kill, peppering Lynch with rights and lefts in the corner. Becky covers up trying to deflect as many as she can but this looks like a mugging. When the barrage ends Lynch lashes out with a right hand which connects clearly and Ronda is rocked, moving back on her heels and putting her hands to her face. Graves comments that Ronda may have a broken nose. Lynch sprints out of the corner and spears Ronda to the mat. She begins her own version of ground and pound as we see some fresh blood on the mat. When Becky relents we see its from Rousey’s nose which indeed is looking broken. Lynch picks Rousey up by her hair and delivers a slingshot suplex which gets a two count. Rousey still looks stunned but sneaks in a right hand body shot which drops Becky to a knee. Ronda lands a solid kick the side of her head which has Becky seeing stars.

Ronda picks her up and hits a series of judo throws, each one knocking the air out of Becky. Ronda goes back to work on that left arm and seems pissed off about her nose which she keeps wiping at as the blood flows down her chin. Ronda is trash talking Becky as she stalks her into the corner but when Ronda goes in, Becky uses her momentum and pulls her face first into the turnbuckles. Ronda goes down in a heap holding her face again as the referee checks on her. Becky climbs to the top but Rousey explodes off the mat and crotches her before tagging her with a right hand to the face. Becky is stunned as Ronda climbs up and puts Lynch on her shoulders. Ronda screams out ‘Who’s the Man?” to the crowd’s jeers and delivers a Piper’s Pit from the second rope. She makes the cover.

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Ronda is beyond frustrated. She picks Becky up by the hair and sets her up for a DDT but Becky reverses it into a bridged Northern Lights Suplex for a close two count. Becky sneers as she gets to her feet and calls Ronda to fight. They begin trading right hands, each staggering when they take the punch but keeping on their feet. Becky finally ducks Ronda’s strike and sneaks behind her for a dropping neck breaker. Becky looks cold blooded as she picks up Ronda and delivers a Becksploder and instantly gets on top of Rousey and applies the DisarmhHer. Ronda is dragging herself and Becky towards the ropes. Teeth gritted, nose bleeding, black eyes beginning to form she won’t give up. She stretches out, inches from the bottom rope and can’t get there….



Rousey taps out.

Winner by Submission and new RAW Womens Champion: Becky Lynch




As fireworks go off around the stadium, Becky Lynch holds her title up and celebrates with all her fans around the world. Cole says we’re in a new era now. The Era of the Man!



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Was cool seeing Lesnar retire Kurt, but did you consider Corbin for the role ��

In all seriousness, great Mania!
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yeah that was a really good show! All in all a top wrestlemania weekend. Looking forward for the RAW/SD after. Would expect maybe the Roman but definitely the KO return to normally be on the Raw after, I liked the swerve of having it be on WM itself but hopefully there's still some good stuff planned for what's normally the biggest RAW/SD of the year.
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