Brock Lesnar and Drew McIntyre will fight at WrestleMania
WrestleMania 36 continues tonight with the second and final part of the show, which was filmed last week at the Performance Center in Orlando, Florida behind closed doors due to coronavirus fears. WWE superstars shone bright during the first part last night with a series of stunning performances that set up the tone for the conclusion of this year’s Showcase of the Immortals.
Becky Lynch retained the RAW Women’s Championship by beating Shayna Baszler, Braun Strowman won the Universal Championship from Goldberg and The Undertaker defeated AJ Styles in the first ever Boneyard Match during the first part of the show.
Now Drew McIntyre will get the opportunity to become the first ever British world champion when he challenges WWE Champion Brock Lesnar in what could be a main-event fight.
John Cena has taken a break from Hollywood and will return to action to fight Bray Wyatt in the inaugural Firefly Fun House Match.
An NXT Championship will be defended at WrestleMania for the first time ever when NXT Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley puts her title on the line against Charlotte Flair.
John Cena returns to action at WrestleMania
Edge completed a stunning comeback from retirement last January at the Royal Rumble and is now set to return to the ring at WrestleMania.
The WWE Hall of Famer will take on his former associate Randy Orton in what promises to be a brutal Last Man Standing Match.
SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley is set for a tall order as she will defend her belt against four of the blue brand’s brightest stars, which are Sasha Banks, Lacey Evans, Naomi and Tamina.
RAW Tag Team Champions Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins of The Street Profits will put their titles on the line against the recently-formed duo of Angel Garza and Austin Theory.
Aleister Black will go to battle against Bobby Lashley and Otis will look for some revenge when he takes on Dolph Ziggler.
Natalya and Liv Morgan will kick things off with a one-on-one encounter on the pre-show.
Express Sport take you through all the action in the live results section below:
Liv Morgan def. Natalya (Kickoff Match)
Natalya and Liv Morgan set the tone on the second night of WrestleMania with an interesting back-and-forth encounter.
Morgan picked up the biggest victory of her career so far by pinning The Queen of Harts with a Rollup.
Natalya dominated a large part of the encounter but a small mistake cost her the match and she suffered a shock defeat.
Charlotte Flair def. NXT Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley
Charlotte Flair picked up an impressive victory over Rhea Ripley to become the new NXT Women’s Champion.
Charlotte worked on Ripley’s bad left knee throughout the bout with a series of chops and blocks.
After wearing it out Flair finished the match with the Figure Eight that gave the Australian no other option but to tap out.
Aleister Black def. Bobby Lashley
Aleister Black picked up another big win as he continues to climb up the ranks in WWE.
Black and Bobby Lashley put together a stunning physical encounter and the former MMA star came close to ending the Dutchman’s winning streak.
However, the former NXT Champion picked up the win with Black Mass just when Lashley was ready to deliver a Spear.
Otis def. Dolph Ziggler
Otis picked up an emotional victory over Dolph Ziggler following a long love triangle that included Mandy Rose.
It was proven that Ziggler and Sonya Deville sabotaged a Valentine’s Day date between Rose and the Heavy Machinery star.
Deville backed The Showoff at ringside and interfered just when Otis picked up the upper hand.
Ziggler then delivered a Low Blow and that was when Rose made her way to the ring to slap her former best friend Deville in the face and hit a Low Blow of her own to the two-time world champion.
Otis then picked up the win with the Catterpillar and celebrated with Rose as they sealed that big win with a kiss.
Edge def. Randy Orton (Last Man Standing Match)
Edge capped off his comeback story by vanquishing Randy Orton in an intense and brutal Last Man Standing Match.
Orton attacked the WWE Hall of Famer before the bell rang with two RKO s and the two legends then fought all around the Performance Center.
The former Rated-RKO associates completed their brawl on top of the NXT production van as The Rated-R superstar delivered a Spear and Orton connected with another RKO.
But it was Edge who picked up the win by making his foe pass out to a submission manoevre and finished him off with a vicious Conchairto.
Rob Gronkowski def. WWE 24/7 Champion Mojo Rawley
Rob Gronkowski left WrestleMania 36 with gold around his waist as he defeated his friend Mojo Rawley for the WWE 24/7 Championship.
Rawley was chased around the ring by other members of the roster as the title is being defended all day, every day.
Gronkowski then took advantage of the melee by jumping off the top of the stage on all of the competitors and then pinned Rawley for the win.
Raw Tag Team Champions The Street Profits def. Austin Theory & Angel Garza
RAW Tag Team Champions Angelo Dawkins and Montez Ford retained their belts against Austin Theory and Angel Garza.
Theory delivered his finisher on Dawkins but Ford hit his opponent with an impressive Frogsplash which led to the win.
The challengers didn’t take their loss well as they were joined by their manager Zelina Vega and attacked the champions.
But NXT superstar Bianca Belair came out to help The Street Profits fight off the attack.
WWE Champion Brock Lesnar vs. Drew McIntyre
John Cena vs. “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt (Firefly Fun House Match)
SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley vs. Sasha Banks vs. Lacey Evans vs. Tamina vs. Naomi (WrestleMania Fatal 5-Way Elimination Match)