WWE WrestleMania 35 Results – April 7th, 2019

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Welcome to Ringside News‘ WrestleMania 35 LIVE RESULTS. This event is going to be massive and it will kick off at 7 PM with a preshow at 5 PM. Keep refreshing all night and we’ll keep bringing you the action as it happens.

It is time for WrestleMania 35. There has been a ton of build-up for this event and it is likely going to be the longest in WWE history. Because WWE is all about making history recently.

There are a lot of exciting matches to write home about, let’s just hope they deliver. Triple H vs Batista could turn into a very physical match because it is no holds barred and The Game’s career is on the line as well. The Miz vs Shane McMahon will be fighting for blood in a falls count anywhere match as well.

Every title in WWE will be defended on this massive show. It is so long that it might be a good idea to consider splitting WrestleMania up into two days if they’re going to keep this up.

The main event of Ronda Rousey vs Charlotte Flair vs Becky Lynch could very well be The Man’s big time to shine. It might actually be raining when her time comes in the spotlight, but that’s not likely to stop her from enjoying the moment.

We have a ton of matches lined up and you can check out the entire card below. Also, keep in mind that with The Undertaker in NYC and John Cena is confirmed to be wrestling on the show. So there will likely be way more happening than what is listed.

  • Raw Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey vs. SmackDown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair vs. Becky Lynch (Winner Take All Match)
  • WWE Champion “The New” Daniel Bryan vs. Kofi Kingston
    Universal Champion Brock Lesnar vs. Seth Rollins
  • Triple H vs. Batista (No Holds Barred Match)
  • Shane McMahon vs. The Miz (Falls Count Anywhere Match)
  • Roman Reigns vs. Drew McIntyre
  • WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Bayley & Sasha Banks vs. Beth Phoenix & Natalya vs. The IIconics vs. Nia Jax & Tamina (Fatal 4-Way Match)
  • AJ Styles vs. Randy Orton
  • United States Champion Samoa Joe vs. Rey Mysterio
  • Intercontinental Champion Bobby Lashley vs. “The Demon” Finn Bálor
  • Kurt Angle vs. Baron Corbin (Kurt Angle’s Farewell Match)
  • SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos vs. Ricochet & Aleister Black vs. The Bar vs. Shinsuke Nakamura & Rusev (Fatal 4-Way Match)
  • Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal
  • WrestleMania Women’s Battle Royal
  • WWE Cruiserweight Champion Buddy Murphy vs. Tony Nese (Kickoff Match)
  • Raw Tag Team Champions The Revival vs. Curt Hawkins & Zack Ryder
  • Alexa Bliss to host WrestleMania
  • Concert by Elias
  • Joan Jett musical performance

Buddy Murphy vs Tony Nese – WWE Cruiserweight Title Match

This match opened the show as people were still making their way to their seats. Big surprise.

Those guys work so hard, but they’re always on the kickoff. They wrestled around for a bit and it looked like Murphy botched a gutbuster from the top and then they cut to commercial. This match was getting zero love from the fans.

They continued and Nese hit a suplex into the turnbuckle to turn things to his advantage. Later on, Nese nailed a nice inverted rana to take Buddy out, but there was too much separation for Tony to make the pin.

Murphy nailed a jumping knee out of nowhere followed by a Murphy’s Law, but Tony Nese made it to the ropes to stop the pin.

Then Murphy exposed his own knee and Nese came back with a Superkick followed by a suplex into the turnbuckle followed by a Running Nese and that was it. 1-2-3 and Tony Nese wins.

Winner and NEW Cruiserweight Champion: Tony Nese

Chyna Memorial Battle Royal

X-Pac suggested it and it sounds amazing… so that’s what I’m calling this match.

Lilian Garcia was the announcer for this one which was great to see. All the women filed to the ring except for Naomi, and Asuka got their own entrances. You could tell they had a lot more planned for Asuka because they gave her amazing 3d masks all over MetLife Stadium’s entrance.

This match was chaos and Ember Moon made her debut. She got a lot of people behind her, but Lana eliminated the Warrior Goddess upon her return from injury.

Finally it resulted in Mandy Rose, Sonya Deville, Dana Brooke, Asuka, Mickie James, and Sarah Logan.

Brooke was eliminated by Rose and Deville. Then Mickie James fought them off. James took out Rose and then Sonya took out James.

Asuka took the fight to both Logan and Deville until Sonya was eliminated followed by Asuka. SARAH LOGAN wins… nope… Carmella showed up because she went under the bottom rope.

Suddenly, Mella nailed a superkick on Sarah and won! Wonder if Corey Graves had anything to do with that.

Winner: Carmella

The Revival vs Curt Hawkins & Zack Ryder

The Revival maintained control through the first half of this match as the crowd started to mount for the babyfaces. Zack took a bump out of the ring and sold it for a moment while Hawkins rooted his partner on and Dawson took a tag.

Then Scott Dawson continued to take Ryder to the woodshed followed by a tag and Wilder brought his elbow into Zack’s chest in a double team move.

Ryder hit a suplex on Dawson, but Dash took a tag before Ryder could get to Hawkins and they cut the ring in half again like they love to do.

Zack hit a double neck breaker and Dawson knocked Hawkins off the apron before he could take a tag. The Revival continued to double team Zack Ryder as Hawkins stood on the apron trying to get the tag.

Hawkins got the hot tag after Ryder nailed a backdrop on Dawson. Then Curt Hawkins hit a bunch of dropkicks and almost got a roll-up pinfall, but Scott Dawson kicked out.

They nailed double clotheslines and Ryder took the tag again. Dawson reversed a Rough Ryder and then Zack nailed one off the second rope. Ryder was taken out of the ring and Hawkins rolled him back in to make the tag.

The match continued for a bit and Hawkins took out Wilder with a spear, but Dawson nailed a brainbuster on the outside as the referee started his 10 count.

They were chanting “let’s go Hawkins” as Dawson tried to get Curt up, but he couldn’t make it to his feet. Suddenly, Hawkins rolled Dawson up for a three count and won.

Winners and NEW RAW Tag Team Champions: Zack Ryder & Curt Hawkins

Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal Match

Colin Jost, Michael Che, Braun Strowman, and Jeff Hardy all got their own entrances. Jost and Che looked terrified.

EC3 looked pretty good considering the fact he’s sick with the flu.

Che and Jost crawled under the ring as soon as this one started. Then people started flying all over the place. Tyler Breeze, EC3, Lince Dorado, Shelton Benjamin and Bo Dallas were all eliminated and it looked like Braun Strowman was doing the most of it.

Braun and Harper had a little stand-off and the crowd popped, but nothing came of it. Slater was eliminated in a big way too and didn’t land well.

ALI kept doing pretty well too, but they kept calling him Mustafa Ali so that leads me to believe that they didn’t get the memo or maybe WWE changed his name back.

Braun was thrown through the ropes to the outside, but he wasn’t eliminated. Then Karl Anderson was hurled over the top rope followed by Rhyno.

Bobby Roode and Gran Metalik were taken out as well as Kalisto. Then Andrade eliminated Chad Gable. Heavy Machinery got to do some stuff as Otis hit a double caterpillar on The Ascension before they were eliminated.

Then Braun came back to take out Heavy Machinery and Karl Anderson followed by Jinder Mahal. Harper and ALI took each other out as the fought on the apron and Braun hit a big boot to send them both over.

Apollo and Andrade fought on the apron and Andrade eliminated Apollo with a rana while accidentally eliminating himself.

Finally, the Hardys tried to eliminate Braun Strowman as Che and Jost emerged from under the ring. Strowman eliminated The Hardys and then it was down to the Weekend Update guys and Strowman.

Jost grabbed a microphone and tried to reason with Braun Strowman about other solutions. Then he brought his therapist in the ring and invited Strowman to work through some of his anger.

Then the therapist got those hands. Che tried to eliminate himself, but Braun still got to punch him on the apron. Jost avoided a big boot and almost eliminated Strowman before Braun pushed him back and sent him over the top rope onto a few waiting Superstars.

Winner: Braun Strowman

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