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WRESTLEMANIA 34 LIVE RESULT : Breakdown, Images And All That Happened


Venue : New Orleans, Louisiana 


WWE WrestleMania 34


🌐 GUEST Fight : The Undertaker Def. John Cena 

The Undertaker def. John Cena via pinfall: For a story featuring so many delayed reveals and false starts, the actual match was surprisingly quick and predictable. After spending two months trying to summon the return of The Undertaker, Cena was content to spend most of Sunday's card, beginning with the opening match of the kickoff show, in a ringside seat as a fan. A whisper to the ear, however, from a referee after Charlotte Flair's victory over Asuka sent Cena running up the ramp to the backstage area. Even more teases followed from there as Cena came out for what appeared to be a match only to have Elias crash the scene by playing a song on guitar featuring disparaging lyrics about Cena, Undertaker and the crowd. But after Cena made quick work of Elias inside the ring, his walk back up the ramp was interrupted by darkness, smoke and a loud gong.

The Undertaker emerged dressed in his traditional "Deadman" garb, which led to a long walk to the ring. The match that followed, however, was a one-sided squash. At 53 and coming off hip surgery, The Undertaker moved as fluidly as he has in years, erasing memories of his disappointing and long main event against Roman Reigns last year at WrestleMania 33. But while it was nice to see Cena do the job so Taker could potentially exit active competition on his own terms (should things play out that way), the actual match fell flat. Unless you're a hardcore mark for Taker, this was about as anticlimactic as it gets, nearly erasing what had been creative storytelling until his final reveal.


Universal Championship Match
Brock Lesnar (c) vs. Roman Reigns

Brock Lesnar (c) def. Roman Reigns via pinfall to retain the title: The most predictable main event finish in WrestleMania history turned out to be anything but, and a dead and despondent crowd exploded with approval before the drive home. After a steady build of Superman booking for Reigns, which included an implausible four kick outs following F5s landed by Lesnar, the supposedly UFC-bound "Beast" exited with the title still around his waist. In an instant, WWE chairman Vince McMahon went from tone deaf to a creative genius, using the tease of troll booking to anger the crowd before delivering the final swerve.

Just like the WrestleMania 31 main event between Lesnar and Reigns three years ago, this one was a beautiful disaster of physicality. In fact, this one was even more violent, with Reigns getting busted open on his hairline late, leaving his face covered in a crimson mask. Lesnar's inability to finish off Reigns despite hitting him with the kitchen sink left the crowd an angry mess.
Chants of everything from "CM Punk" to "We want Nicholas" broke out, as did a bunch of beach balls, which led to equal levels of cheers and boos that had nothing to do with the match. The crowd also broke out into a "This is awful" chant after Reigns kicked out of the F5 for the fourth and final time.

The match featured many memorable spots, including Reigns getting suplexed onto his head outside the ring. Lesnar was also speared up and over the announce table. Later on, a third-consecutive spear attempt from Reigns was met with an intensely stiff knee to the head from Lesnar. The finish came when Reigns, after getting a two count on a spear, went back to the well and ran into an F5, setting up the 1-2-3.

WWE Championship Match
🌐 AJ Styles (c) def. Shinsuke Nakamura

AJ Styles def. Shinsuke Nakamura via pinfall to retain the title: This one may not have played out to be the instant classic smart fans dreamed of when it was first booked, but it was thoroughly enjoyable just the same. Instead of imitating the frantic, high-wire matches from earlier in the card, this one took its time reaching a crescendo. Styles and Nakamura, former rivals in Japan, turned in a physical affair with elements of both mixed martial arts and the "strong style" featured in New Japan Pro-Wrestling.

But if this respectful clash between babyfaces, who showed huge respect for each other by hugging after the match, wasn't enough to create a pop from you, it's like the swerve which followed did the job. Nakamura went down to one knee to hand the Styles his title. After Styles raised it to the air with one hand, Nakamura cemented a heel turn with a punch to the groin. A vicious series of kicks to the face followed, sending Styles outside. Nakamura then hit his Kinsasha finisher on the floor, adding more salt to the wound.

The majority of the match saw both wrestlers exchange deliberate and sustained beatings. Styles continually sold an injured back while Nakamura favored his left knee. Plenty of memorably stiff moves ensued, including a scary muscle buster from Styles. Both superstars traded huge strikes on their feet to set up the finish. But after Nakamura landed a reverse exploder, his attempt at a Kinsasha was reversed into a Styles Clash for the pin.

Mixed Tag Team Match
Winner : Kurt Angle & Ronda Rousey (#TeamRousey) def. Triple H & Stephanie McMahon (#TeamMcMahon)

Ronda Rousey & Kurt Angle def. Stephanie McMahon & Triple H via submission: Talk about an incredibly fun piece of business. Rousey was presented as a top-flight star in her WWE debut and did nothing short of exceed expectations in terms of physicality and timing. This was classic storytelling at its absolute finest. For whatever the match lacked in terms of high spots, it more than made up for in drama, momentum changes and steady escalation of crowd response. For a match that could've ended multiple ways over the second half, each time you thought it was over, the storyline produced one more wrinkle.

Rousey proved she's much more than a celebrity making a one-time appearance. This was a performance which teases great things to come and was helped not just by perfect booking but standout support work from the other three in the match. At one point, Triple H overruled the referee's attempt to prevent him from fighting with Rousey and the wrestling between the two produced some of the best moments in the match. Angle and Rousey appeared to have the match won when each had submission moves locked in late until Triple H powered Angle into Rousey. The finish came when Rousey and Angle each powered out of Pedigree attempts leading to an armbar from Rousey on McMahon, who an injury long after the tap.


SmackDown Women’s Championship Match
Winner : Charlotte Flair

Charlotte Flair (c) def. Asuka via submission to retain the title: The unbeaten streak of Asuka in WWE, which dates back to her October 2015 debut in NXT, is over following a women's match for the ages. In a pairing between arguably the top two female performers in the world, both were willing to risk it all in a showcase of physicality. The match was also incredibly emotional with both left in tears afterwards as Asuka exclaimed "Charlotte was ready for Asuka" before the two embraced in the center of the ring.

You want big spots? This match had plenty, including Asuka intercepting a moonsault by catching Charlotte into a triangle choke, only for Flair to then reverse into a Boston crab. Asuka later hit an incredibly stiff suplex off the ring apron and onto the floor. But Flair received the biggest pop late when she hit a breathtaking (and dangerous) Spanish Fly off the top rope. Following a huge spear, Flair then applied her Figure 8 leg lock to produce a surprising tap out from Asuka


Tag Team Match
Daniel Bryan & Shane McMahon vs. Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn

Intercontinental Championship Triple Threat Match
🌐 Winner : Seth Rollins 
Seth Rollins fought a had fight defeating the former Intercontinental champion The Miz by pin fall  and fellow challenger Finn Balor to capture the title.

Rollins hit a superplex on Balor yet nearly lost on a subsequent roll up, then The Miz then snuck in for a Skull Crushing Finale on Rollins but could only get two. Later, Balor appeared to have the match won after a Coup de Grace on Miz until Rollins snuck in to hit The Stomp on Balor before one more for Miz to get the pin


SmackDown Tag Team Championship Triple Threat Match
Winners  : Bludgeon Brothers

Bludgeon Brothers def. The New Day (via pinfall) and The Usos to win the titles: From the moment Harper and Rowan were rebranded from former Wyatt Family members to their new look, a stream of squash match victories has followed. Incredibly, that didn't slow down at WrestleMania even though they were paired against the two best tag teams in WWE. Harper and Rowan received one heck of a push in this short and dominant performance which ended with Kingston getting power bombed off the second rope by Harper after Rowan lifted him up.

Raw Women’s Championship Match
Alexa Bliss (c) vs. Nia Jax

Alexa Bliss (c) via pinfall to win the title: Jax's organic transition from monster heel to babyface champion is now complete. Following a particularly strong build focused on Bliss' body shaming and "Mean Girls" behavior, Jax served up a very physical dose of revenge.

Jax walked quickly to the ring to start the match and instantly took out Bliss sidekick Mickie James with a beating that was capitalized by a Samoan Drop on the floor, which required medical attention. The match which followed featured strong psychology with the heel Bliss using eye rakes to regain momentum. Bliss hit the spot of the match with a Twisted Bliss off the top rope and onto the floor. But Jax had the final word and landed a memorable Samoan Drop from the second rope to gain the pin.

United States Championship Fatal 4-Way Match
Winner : Jinder Mahal 

Jinder Mahal def. Rusev (via pinfall), Randy Orton (c) and Bobby Roode to win the title: Despite the flood of organic "Rusev Day" chants before the start of both the kickoff show and the main WrestleMania card, Rusev's bid for the U.S. title came up just short. Five months after his surprising WWE championship run came to a close, Mahal picked up the U.S. title thanks to a little help from sidekick Sunil Singh. Rusev appeared to have things wrapped up when he went for his Accolade on Mahal, but "The Maharaja" escaped, setting up a super kick from Rusev on Singh, who had jumped up on the apron to interfere. Mahal then snuck in to hit the Khallas for the 1-2-3. While this match was certainly a clear step down from the red-hot openers, it was exactly what it needed to be: short and action packed.

Raw Tag Team Championship Match
Winner : Braun Strowman & Nicholas

Braun Strowman & Nicholas def. The Bar (c) via pinfall to win the titles: Strowman's mystery tag partner didn't turn out to be an active wrestler or well-known legend after all. "The Monster Among Men" scoured the crowd at length before settling on a boy named Nicholas to join him. The match which followed was short, shamelessly cheesy and infectiously fun, even if you were predetermined to dislike how "white meat" of a babyface the monster Strowman was portrayed to be.

Nicholas was completely over with the fans from the jump and received steady chants of "We want Nicholas" while Strowman worked from underneath. Eventually, Strowman crawled over to make the hot tag, which set the crowd on fire. Nicholas entered with a weary look, only to turn around and tag the giant back in. Strowman quickly hit his powerslam finisher on Cesaro for the pin, setting off a wild response from the New Orleans faithful.
Who knows where this storyline goes from here or whether Nicholas was a plant. Still, this loaded card added one more "WrestleMania moment" to remember.

The Fifth Annual Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal (Kickoff Match) 
🌐Winner - Matt Hardy 

It was a good day for the leader of the "Woken Universe." in The annual 30-man cluster Fight, reduced to three after Kane got thrown out by Corbin, who then teamed up with Mojo Rawley against the "Woken" One but the day was his as his former foe was suddenly seen in the ring after aabriefalightaout and all was history.

Order of Elimination - Aiden English, Konnor, Curt Hawkins, R Truth, Primo Colon, Mike Kanellis, Tyler Breeze, Viktor, Zack Ryder, Karl Anderson, Luke Gallows, Apollo, Shelton Benjamin, Rhyno, Dash Wilder, Scott Dawson, Bo Dallas, Curtis Axel, Sin Cara, Fandango, Heath Slater, Chad Gable, Titus O'Neil, Goldust, Tye Dillinger, Dolph Ziggler, Kane, Mojo Rawley, Baron Corbin

The First-Ever WrestleMania Women’s Battle Royal (Kickoff Match)
🌐 Winner : Naomi

The first ever Women's Royal Rumble Match was thrilling as it served the WWE Audience with some a little twist at the end. the match built around the breakdown in the friendship between Bayley and Sasha Banks, almost looked like it had a finish involving the two, before Naomi, who had been thrown out of the ring under the second rope earlier, reappeared into the match to eliminate Bayley for the win.

Order of elimination: Carmella, Dana Brooke, Mandy Rose, Sonia Deville, Kairi Sane, Lana, Kavita Devi, Taynara Conti, Bianca Belair, Dakota Kai, Becky Lynch, Mickie James, Peyton Royce, Natalya, Liv Morgan, Ruby Riott, Sarah Logan, Sasha Banks, Bayley


WWE Cruiserweight Championship Tournament Final (Kickoff Match) 
🌐 Winner : Cedric Alexander 

Cedric Alexander defeated. Mustafa Ali to win the WWE Cruiserweight Title.  Mustafa Ali with a Sub Zero entrance brought the whole WWE Universe on its feet, tried with all efforts to

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