WWE WrestleMania took place in front of zero fans at the WWE Performance Center and other undisclosed sets. The show of shows was unconventional this year, and it started off with a big title change.
Rhea Ripley put her NXT Women’s Title on the line against Charlotte Flair. This was a bold choice, but it didn’t turn out the way she would have hoped.
Ripley and Flair had a decent match to start off the second night of WrestleMania 36. It ended with Charlotte Flair locking in a Figure 8 and getting Ripley to tap out. This marks Charlotte Flair’s second run with the NXT Women’s Title. It’s anyone’s guess what this means for her brand status.