Welcome to Ringside News’ live results for WrestleMania 36 Part 2.
Last night’s WrestleMania was a really fun show, capped off by the awesome Boneyard match between The Undertaker and AJ Styles. WWE exceeded my expectations, and I’m excited for tonight’s Part 2.
So what can we expect? Well Brock Lesnar will defend the WWE Championship against Drew McIntyre in the main event, while Charlotte challenges Rhea Ripley for the NXT Women’s Championship, Bayley tackles four other competitors in a Fatal 5-Way for the SmackDown Women’s Championship, and The Street Profits will defend the RAW Tag Team Titles against Angel Garza and Austin Theory.
Those are the title matches, but there are lots of others to look forward to: Bray Wyatt Vs. John Cena in a Firefly Fun House Match, Otis Vs. Dolph Ziggler, Aleister Black Vs. Bobby Lashley, and a Last Man Standing bout between Edge and Randy Orton. And the night will be started with Liv Morgan Vs. Natalya on the Kick-Off Show.
And that’s the preview. The Kick-Off Show for Part 2 will begin at 6 PM EST, and the main card at 7 PM. We don’t know if tonight’s show will run three hours like last night, or four. Either way, we’ll have all the updates live right here, as well as on the Ringside News app. Follow along and enjoy the show!
The Part 2 Kick-Off Show is the same as the first night, with Corey Graves and Peter Rosenberg by a desk. Rosenberg immediately talks about how much he loved the Boneyard Match and how Part 1 was a great escape from real life. The duo rundown tonight’s card.
Rosenberg and Graves discuss John Cena Vs. The Fiend and say they have no idea what a Fun House match is going to be but they’re interested. Graves asks if it’s wise for Cena to accept and if he’s playing into Bray’s hands, and Rosenberg says yes. He says this is going deep into the depths of what The Fiend is. That said, Cena looks as passionate as he’s ever been.
We see a video hyping Rhea Ripley Vs. Charlotte Flair. Rosenberg says that Rhea will be a Hall of Famer someday but tonight the pressure is on Charlotte to prove herself. Graves says as impressive as Rhea is, nobody shines brighter than a Flair. They discuss what it would mean for NXT to have Charlotte as the Champion.
We see the Street Profits backstage and Ford says today is the day. They make some jokes about Garza and Theory and Dawkins tells Charly Caruso that Angel isn’t the only lethario on RAW. They say they want the smoke.
The bell rings and Liv motions for a handshake but Natalya instead takes her down with a headlock. Morgan uses a headscissors but Nattie kips up. They lock-up and Natalya takes a wristlock, then transitions into a roll-up for a one count.
Nattie swings a kick but Liv grabs it, only for Nattie to roll through into a submission. Liv escapes into a headlock but Natalya fights out. Nattie swings a lariat but Liv ducks it Matrix-style and rolls her up for a two-count. Liv whips Nattie to the corner and taunts her before hitting a hip attack. She looks to his another but Natalya avoids it.
Nattie uses the ropes to hit a springboard atomic drop, then runs over Liv’s back and dropkicks her. Liv gets sent to the apron, blocks a punch, and hangs Nattie on the top rope. Liv tries to shoulder tackle Nattie but gets kicked, then hit with a discus lariat that knocks her to the floor. Nattie gets her back inside and hits a snap suplex, then into a surfboard stretch.
Natalya releases the hold and Morgan takes a headlock but Nattie throws her off. Liv comes back with a one-leg Codebreaker for a near-fall. Liv avoids a roll-up but Nattie hits her with a wheelbarrow facebuster for a near-fall. Natalya looks for the Sharpshooter but Liv rolls her up for a near-fall. They break apart and Liv hits a shining wizard. Nattie attempts the wheelbarrow facebuster again but Liv rolls her up for the win!
We see Dolph Ziggler backstage and Sonya Deville approaches, asking if he’s heard from Mandy Rose. They talk about the situation until Charly Caruso approaches and asks about it and they tell her this isn’t TMZ. Corey Graves sarcastically says that this is proof that you should never mix personal and professional lives.
Video package for Edge Vs. Randy Orton airs. Booker T, Christian, and Renee Young join on webcams to discuss this match. Renee asks Christian what is going through Edge’s head. Christian says the thing that comes to his mind is confidence. He says Edge has came back from retirement and back from that hellacious beating by Randy, so Edge is confident. He says if getting cleared to compete lit a fire under Edge, Randy laying out Beth with an RKO turned it into an inferno. He says Edge has always felt like he had his back against the wall but he suspects he has at least one last great match left. Renee asks Booker if Edge has enough to get the job done and Booker T says Edge has nine years of ring rust. Meanwhile Randy is the single best competitor in the business.
Lastly, we see a video package for Lesnar Vs. McIntyre. Rosenberg says that, as impressive as Drew has been, Lesnar is just too dominant and too violent for the Scotsman to overcome. Graves says history awaits and thus ends the Kick-Off Show.
WrestleMania Part 2 opens with Stephanie McMahon welcoming us back. She says the WWE Superstars are performing behind closed doors for our pleasure, and for the first time ever she’s proud to present night two of WrestleMania.
We get the same funny introduction video to the show as last night, with the Jack Sparrow impersonator and pirate motif.
This match gets underway they look to lock-up but Charlotte dodges it and talks trash. Charlotte then takes Rhea down by a leg and shouts “this is out NXT Champion?” Charlotte takes Rhea’s back, drops her, and looks for the Figure Four but Rhea kicks her off.
They lock-up and Ripley pushes Flair back until she turns her around and pushes her face in the corner. Rhea gets in her face, so Charlotte chops the chest repeatedly. Ripley reverses an Irish whip and Flair tries to roll over the buckles to the apron but Ripley boots her in mid-air. Ripley then hits the Riptide but Charlotte kicks out!
Flair rolls to the outside and crawls to the ramp to regroup. Flair gets back in the ring at 8 but slides back out. Ripley chases her and Flair kicks her when tries to slide in the ring after her. Ripley kicks Flair on the apron and drags her from the ring by the hair. Flair shoves Rhea into the steps but Ripley climbs onto them and hits a senton to Flair at ringside.
Back in the ring and Ripley hits a dropkick, followed by repeated shoulder tackles in the corner. Ripley talks some trash before hitting a suplex for a two-count. Ripley puts Charlotte in a bodyscissors and slaps the back of her head. Ripley rolls over to pin Charlotte but she kicks out. Ripley boots Charlotte and she falls through the ropes to the apron.
Ripleu looks for a big boot to Flair on the apron but misses and Flair slingshots her leg on the top rope. Flair starts targetting the leg, stomping it over and over. Charlotte lifts and slams Rhea’s knee into the mat a few times, then kicks the back of it. Charlotte drags Ripey under the ropes to whip her leg off the ring post repeatedly. Ripley yanks Charlotte into the post, then stumbles to her feet.
Charlotte hits her with a chop block, then shouts “I made NXT!” Flair puts Rhea’s leg on the bottom rope and jumps on it a few times. Ripley counters Flair and hits a rollout back suplex. Charlotte gets up first and drills Rhea with forearms but the Champion fires back. Charlotte with a big chop, then Rhea connects with a flurry of knees to the face. Ripley connects with a headkick and a basement dropkick.
Ripley lands some short-arm clotheslines. Flair tosses her to the apron and kicks her knee, sending Ripley to the floor. Charlotte scales the ropes but Ripley jumps on the apron and kicks her. Ripley gets Charlotte in an electric chair and hits a facebuster for a near-fall. Rhea counters a back suplex and stumbles to the corner where Charlotte decks her. Rhea connects with a back elbow, then takes to the top rope and hits a missile dropkick for a near-fall.
Flair connects with a big boot and a chop block, then drops a knee on Ripley’s injured leg. Flair grabs the leg but Rhea spins free and gets Charlotte in the standing Cloverleaf. Flair crawls to the ropes but Ripley drags her back, only for Flair to roll free. She trie to lock-in the Figure Eight but Ripley kicks her off. Charlotte gets the Champion in a Boston crab but Ripley escapes and they exchange pin attempts.
Charlotte continues to stomp the leg but Ripley connects with a big boot out of nowhere for a near-fall. Rhea beats Charlotte in the corner, then sets her up top. Flair counters Ripley and sends her crashing to the mat, then turns around on the ropes and hits a moonsault but Rhea gets the feet up! They both get to their fee and Charlotte hits a Spear for a near-fall!
Flair grabs the leg again but Rhea rolls her up. Flair grabs the leg and this time she gets the Figure Four locked-in! Ripley slaps at Charlotte but Flair bridges into the Figure Eight and Ripley taps!
We take a look back at some highlights from Part 1 of WrestleMania, the results of which you can find right here.
Black takes a hold of Bobby but gets thrown off. Again Black grabs Lashley, this time by the back, and again Lashley tosses him off. Black takes a headlock but Lashley throws him up in the air like a flapjack. Lashley attacks Black and runs at him but gets sent over the ropes. Black boots Lashley off the apron, then hits a springboard moonsault but nobody’s home and he lands on his feet. Bobby grabs him and hits a belly-to-belly suplex on the floor.
Lashley slams Black into the barricade, then gets him back in the ring. Lashley takes a bear hug, then rams Black into the turnbuckles. Lashley hits a running shoulder tackle in the corner, followed by a neckbreaker. Lashley lifts for a stalling suplex but Aleister wiggles his feet and lands on the apron where he kicks Lashley. Black leaps off the top rope, nobody home, and gets caught with a snap powerslam for a two-count.
Lashley runs for the Spear and leaps but Black boots him in the face. Black punches and kicks Lashley, then sweeps him down and hits a running knee. Aleister hits the springboard moonsault again and this time it lands. Back in the ring and Lashley hits a running crossbody for a two-count. Lashley lines up and runs for a Spear but instead meets Black Mass.
Lashley kinda no sold the Black Mass, he got up right after the three and stared at Lana, who looks like she’s ready to dump him.
Kayla Braxton interviews Bayley and Sasha Banks backstage. She asks about this being Bayley’s biggest test yet and she says it’s unfair. She says she has to beat four other women in order to escape tonight. She says everyone is trying to drive a wedge between her and Sasha but nothing can stand between them. Bayley leaves but Braxton asks Sasha how bad she wants to win considering she’s never been SmackDown Women’ Champion. Banks says you’ll have to watch and see.
We see a replay of last night when Mojo turned on Gronk to win the 24/7 Championship. Charly asks about Mojo stealing the title and Gronk says he’s won three major Championships but that’s in the past and he wants that title.
The bell rings and Otis runs at Dolph, who ducks away. Otis catches Dolph and tackles him in the corner. Dolph avoids a splash in the corner and connects with a superkick, with Otis tumbling from the ring.
Dolph tosses Otis into the barricade and screams at him. Back in the ring, Dolph hits Otis with a perfect dropkick and applies a chinlock. Dolph keeps Otis grounded for a while, then attempts a second dropkcik but Otis catches him and catapults him into the turnbuckles.
Dolph kicks Otis but he shakes it off, and then again, until Otis headbutts Dolph. Two clotheslines from Otis, followed by a body slam. Otis stands on Dolph’s back, then whips him into the corner. Otis whips Ziggler into the buckls chest-first, then throws him out of the ring.
Otis whips Dolph into the barricade, then the ring post. Back in the ring and Otis hits a Compactor. Otis attempts the caterpillar but Sonya gets on the apron and distracts him and the referee. Ziggler low blows Otis and both men go down. Mandy Rose comes down the ramp and slaps Sonya Deville, then unloads on her. She rolls Sonya into the ring to distract the ref, then low blows Dolph! Otis hits the caterpillar for the win!
Mandy celebrates in the ring with Otis, then he lifts her up and they kiss! Otis carries her off.
Randy comes in from behind Edge as he waits in the ring and hits an RKO outta nowhere! We see a replay and it turns out Orton was disguised as a cameraman at ringside.
The referee waits until Edge is up on his feet and says he’s ready before ringing the bell. Edge comes forward and swings for Randy but gets hit with a second RKO! The referee starts his count and Orton taunts Edge, telling him it’s all his own fault.
Edge rolls out of the ring to get on his feet at nine. Orton grabs the camera he was using earlier and hits Edge with it, sending him over the barricade. Edge pulls himself up using some bins but Randy immediately hits him with a European uppercut. They fight into the backstage area of the Performance Centre and wind-up in the gym.
Orton slams Edge into a plastic table in the gym, then hits him with a headbutt. Orton puts Edge’s head and arm inside a hoop hanging from a weight machine and punches him in the face repeatedly, telling him he loves him. Edge pulls himself up as Orton grabs a weight plate, but Edge jumps through a bench press machine and kicks the plate into Orton’s face!
Both men get to their feet by the plastic table and Edge punches Randy a few times. Edge grabs Orton from behind and unloads some forearms to the chest. Edge slams Orton into the table, then screams at him before punching. Edge puts Orton in a chair and punches him, then jumps up onto the monkey bars and swings off to hit Randy on the chair with a seated senton. Edge runs up and jumps off a sled to hit a double axe handle.
Edge tries to whip Orton into a wall but its reversed. Rnady grabs the sled and tries to run it into Edge but the Rated R Superstar rolls out of the way. Edge and Orton tee-off on each other until Edge slams him into a production box. They stumble out of the gym into a production area and hit each other in the tight corridor, and Edge slams Orton into a steel garage door. Edge lifts Orton and slams him into it again.
They’ve worked their way back to ringside but behind the barricade on a raised platform by the lights. Orton slams Edge into some LED lighting rigs, then off the platform into the barricade. Edge gets up at nine and Randy attacks him, back through the PC into another corridor. Randy slams Edge into some glass but it doesn’t break. They make their way into an office room with a big long desk and Edge beats Randy’s head off of it. Edge yells at Orton to get up and he does at nine.
Edge throws Orton onto the table, then climbs onto a metal grating above and drops an elbow on him. The brawl continues through some corridors, with Orton throwing Edge into some wall posters and even knocking the cameraman over. A different cameraman finds them in a storage warehouse and Edge slams Orton into a nearby ladder.
Randy slams Edge onto a storage cart, then into some steel steps. Edge pulls himself up at nine and Randy drops him with a right hand. Edge rolls into an interview area and Orton stomps his hand, then rubs his boot against Edge’s face. Edge fires back and beats Orton onto a table, then stares wildly at a ladder by some scaffolding. Edge climbs the ladder onto the scaffolding and leaps off with an elbow drop to Orton through the table!
Both get to their feet and we see Orton’s back is bleeding. Randy kicks Edge and headbutts him. Orton bangs Edge’s head off the back of a pick-up truck. Edge gets up at eight but Orton beats him off the truck again and again. Orton pushes him up onto the cargo bed of the truck, then onto the roof of the truck. Orton drags Edge off the roof and hits a draping DDT onto the cargo bed!
Edge climbs onto some production boxes to stop the count, then onto the top of the NXT semi-truck parked nearby. Orton climbs up after Edge and runs for a punt but Edge Spears him! They both get to their feet and Edge runs for a Spear but gets caught with an RKO! Orton rolls off the semi and down onto the pick-up truck as Edge beats the count before collapsing.
Orton grabs two chairs and carries them back up to the top of the semi, then hits Edge across the back with one. Orton puts one of the chairs under Edge’s head, grabs the other, but Edge jumps up and gets him in a standing triangle choke! Edge chokes Orton until he falls onto the chair.
Edge then stands and grabs the other chair and yells at the referee to stop counting. Edge stands over Orton with the chair and starts to cry, but then sees clearly and hits the Con-Chair-To. Edge watches as Orton twitches until the count of ten.
Mojo Rawley comes running down around the ring, being chased by a bunch of random people. Gronk appears on the balcony and jumps off onto everyone at ringside, then pins Mojo. Gronk is the WWE 24/7 Champion.
The match begins with Theory and Dawkins and they lock-up. Dawkins takes a headlock, gets shot off, and drops Theory with a shoulder. Dawkins leap frogs Theory and hits another shoulder before tagging Montez Ford, who connects with a dropkick, then flapjacks the incoming Garza onto Theory. The Profits dropkick Theory and Garza, with the latter rolling from the ring.
The Profits make quick tags and beat on Theory, with Dakwins hitting a spinning lariat in the corner. Theory tosses Dakwins to the outside, and Garza clocks him with a superkick as the referee is distracted. Theory punches Dawkins as he re-enters the ring, and tags Garza. Angel kicks a draped Dawkins in the corner, then rips off his trousers and throws them at Ford.
Tag to Theory and he dives through the ropes with a forward roll into a dropkick. Tag to Garza and they hit stereo kicks to Angelo. Tag to Ford and he comes in hot with clotheslines to Garza, leapfrog, and a leaping lariat. Standing moonsault earns Ford a two-count. Ford hits a DDT but Theory breaks the pin attempt. Ford clocks Theory with a dropkick and he rolls frm the ring. Ford then hits a tope to both Dawkins and Ford.
Angel Garza climbs to the top rope and wipes out both Profits with a moonsault on the floor. Garza gets Ford back in the ring and hits another moonsault for a near-fall. Ford connects with an enziguiri and tags Dawkins, while Theory gets a tag. Theory drops Dawkins with the TKO and pins but Montez comes off the top rope with a frog splash to Theory and the Profits win!
Garza and Theory attack the Profits after the match, and Vega even drops Ford with a superkick. Bianca Belair runs down and attacks Vega, while the Profits come back and clear the ring. Belair hits the KOD on Vega and wipes her hands of her.
Titus O’Neil is standing on the balcony and he says he is the host now that Gronk has left the building.
The match begins and every woman attacks Tamina but she shrugs them all off and delivers a few right hands. Tamina gets chop blocked, then beaten down and rolled to the outside. Bayley and Evans start fighting, while Sasha attacks Naomi. Sasha smacks Lacey into the buckles and Bayley follows-up with a running knee.
Naomi and Lacey team to drop Bayley and Sasha with lariats. Tamina returns and beats every woman down. She drops both Bayley and Sasha with a double clothesline but Evans rolls her up for a near-fall. Tamina throws Lacey across the ring, then does the same to Naomi. Tamina hits both with a hip attack, then pins Sasha with a boot on her throat for a near-fall. Team BAD reunite for a bried moment before Sasha gets dropped with a superkick.
Naomi hits Tamina with a Stunner and Evans hits a moonsault to her for a near-fall. Banks hits Tamina with a 619, then Bayley hits the Macho Elbow, followed by a frog splash from Banks, moonsault from Evans, and a split-legged moonsault from Naomi. Every woman jumps onto Tamina and pins her. Tamina Eliminated.
Sasha and Bayley leave the ring but Evans and Naomi hit them both with baseball slides. Naomi jumps over the ropes onto Sasha. Evans tries to do the same to Bayley but nobody’s home and the Champion slams her into the steel steps. Bayley hits Naomi with a flapjack into the apron, then rolls her into the ring for a two-count. Naomi hits back but gets whipped to the corner and Sasha returns to stomp her.
Naomi hits a sunset flip to both women but they kick out. Naomi with a double dropkick, then a double sliding uppercut. Naomi hits a wheelbarrow Stunner, followed by a rear-view to Sasha. Naomi with a springboard kick to Bayley, then an atomic drop to Sasha. Bayley cracks her with a knee, then Sasha applies the Bank Statement and Naomi taps. Naomi Eliminated.
Lacey Evans reluctantly gets back in the ring and beaten down by Banks and Bayley. They hit her with a double-team slam for a near-fall. Bayley accidentally hits Sasha and Evans rolls-up Bayley for a two-count, but Bayley fires back with a running knee. Banks comes back and argues with Bayley. Evans comes in and Bayley shoves her away, but Evans drops Banks with a Woman’s Right for the pin. Sasha Banks Eliminated.
Bayley attacks Lacey, dropping elbows on her. Bayley whips Evans to the corner but the Southern Belle bounces out with a clothesline, then another, and a neckbreaker. Evans gets knocked to the apron and Bayley shoves her into the ring post. Bayely punches Lacey and slams her arm into the mat. Bayley ties Lacey’s arm to the ring post using the tag rope, then tees-off on her.
Evans breaks free and kicks the crap out of Bayley. Evans hits a seated senton in the corner, then another. Evans climbs up top, salutes, and hits the moonsault but Bayley kicks out! Sasha comes back and hits Lacey with a backstabber, then Bayley hits her with her finish and retains.
After the match Sasha comes into the ring with the SmackDown Women’s Championship. She holds the title and looks at it, then wraps it around Bayley’s waist and raises her hand.
John Cena makes his entrance at the Performance Centre. He smiles into the camera and says “welcome to Wrestle” but the screen cuts to a few clips of old WrestleMania’s, then goes to the Fun House.
Bray says there is a world beyond ours where Gods and monsters and angels and demons are neighbours. He asks who John Cena really is and says he’s about to face his most dangerous opponent yet: himself. Bray walks through the door, then John Cena is standing in the Fun House.
Cena looks around the Fun House and is weirded out. Ramblin’ Rabbit appears and tells Cena where Bray went, so Cena goes through the door after Wyatt.
Cena is in darkness but hears noises that freak him out. A puppet of Vince appears beside Cena and asks him if he has enough ruthless aggression? He tells John to show him if he has the aggression necessary to fulfill his dreams, or he’ll be fired.
Bray is in a ring in a dark room and he mirrors Kurt Angle’s promo from years ago, then Cena walks out in front of the SmackDown fist, dressed as the Prototype. Cena gets into the ring and stands in front of Bray. Wyatt asks Cena what he has that makes him think he has what it takes and Cena yells “ruthless aggression” and swings a slap but Bray ducks it and laughs at him. Cena keeps yelling it and swinging at him but Bray avoids them all, saying they’re reliving his greatest failure.
Bray slides out of the ring and Cena chases him. The intro to Saturday Night Main Event from the 80’s plays, then we see Bray behind a cage with an VCR filter on the video. Bray cuts a Hogan-style promo and brings his partner in: John Cena, who is curling dumbbells repeatedly. Cena cuts a promo as well and Bray watches his arms as he curls. Cena drops the weights but now his arms won’t work. He swings for Bray but Wyatt says egomania has been running wild on Cena.
Cena winds-up back in front of the SmackDown fist and he’s Thuganomics Cena now. His old music plays and Bray dances as John enters the ring. Cena raps about the lack of fans, Bray’s weight, and says he’s a failure. Bray says Cena is the golden goose but he’s not a superhero. He makes fun of everyone, wins, then runs away. He says this is Cena’s last chance, so the floor is his. Cena raps again, then runs at Bray but Wyatt appears behind him and drops him with a chained fist.
Bray appears as the original Bray Wyatt in a rocking chair. He says he had the whole world in his hands, and Abigail spoke of this day. Cena was supposed to be a man of the people but why didn’t he listen when they sang for Wyatt? He says the people wanted and needed him, it was supposed to be a prophecy, but it ended his greatest failure. But now it’s time to rewrite his story. Wyatt is in the rocking chair in the ring.
He attacks Cena in the corner, then dances with him. He attempts Sister Abigail but Cena escapes and suddenly Wyatt has a chair. He hands Cena the chair and says he made the wrong choice six years ago, when Cena didn’t hit him. He tells Cena to fix that mistake, so Cena swings but Bray isn’t there. The NWO intro plays and Wyatt is in the ring dressed as Eric Bischoff and cuts the same promo as Bischoff but introduces John Cena, clad in NWO gear and carrying the belt. The Vince McMahon puppet says “this is such good shit”.
Cena tackles Wyatt and punches him over and over, as we see clips of all his prominent losses. The camera pulls back and he was beating Huskus the pig. The Fiend appears behind Cena, grabs him with the Mandible Claw, then hits Sister Abigail as we hear Cena’s recent promos. The Fiend applies the Mandible Claw again, then stands up and poses. Cena disappears.
We’re back wtih Titus O’Neill and he looks dumbfounded. He says he doesn’t know what he just saw.
The main event gets underway and Brock kicks Drew, drills him with a forearm, then delivers shoulders in the corner. McIntyre reverses a whip into the corner and connects with a Claymore Kick but Brock kicks out!
McIntyre lines up in the corner and looks for a second but Brock dodges and hits a German suplex. Brock lifts McIntyre for a second, then a third. Lesnar lifts Drew and hits an F5 but Drew kicks out at one!
Brock looks shocked. Lesnar lifts Drew and hits a second F5 and this time scores a near-fall. Brock gets him up again and hits a third FT but Drew kicks out! Brock looks incensed. He turns to Heyman, who says “he’s good! He’s really good. Just keep doing it, he can’t kick out all night!”
Brock laughs at Drew and asks if he wants to go all night. He gets Brock up for an F5 but Drew climbs off, shoves him into the ropes and hits a Claymore Kick! McInyre waits for Lesnar and hits another Claymore Kick. McIntyre goes to the corner, lines-up the shot, and hits a fourth Claymore Kick and scores the pinfall!
Drew gets the title after the match and looks emotional. He raises it in the air and roars. We see replays, then Drew is on his knees looking at the belt. He points into the camera and says “thank you”. McIntyre takes to the top rope and holds poses with the title.
And that’s it for WrestleMania 36, the only WrestleMania too big for just one night. Let us know what you thought of the show and I will see you back here tomorrow night for WWE RAW. Until then, good health!