Full WWE WrestleMania 34 Results (4/8/18) – New Orleans, Louisiana
WWE’s WrestleMania 34 took place at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana on April 8th, 2018.
– Doors have opened at the Superdome and fans are being seated.
– The Kickoff Show begins and Tenee Young welcomes us to the Superdome as fans are still taking their seats. Renee is joined on the pre-show panel by JBL, Booker T, and David Otunga. A fan dressed as Hillbilly Jim is behind the pre-show panel double-fisting beers.
– We see John Cena sitting in the crowd taking pictures with fans.
– Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal: Jim Ross, Jerry Lawler and Byron Saxton are on commentary for this one. We see the Andre statue at ringside as Greg Hamilton goes over the rules. The opening bell sounds and English starts beating on Ryder, while Corbin drops Sin Cara then turns his attention to the other combatants. English gets eliminated first, then Hawkins and Konnor get eliminated. Goldust and R-Truth come face to face, and Goldust drops his old partner. Truth is eliminated, and Primo is sent out over the top rope next. Matt and Ryder start fighting while Slater works over Viktor. Hardy starts firing up, but Axel and Dallas double team him. Shelton eliminates Breeze, then Viktor eliminates Rhyno. Ryder eliminates Ziggler next, as Matt and Goldust brawl in the opposite corner.
Mojo eliminates Ryder next, then Gable eliminates Anderson. Titus eliminates Gallows, then The Revival eliminates Apollo and Shelton. Axel and Dallas team up to eliminate both Revival members, then Kane eliminates both Axel and Dallas. John Cena is shown sitting in the crowd with fans again. Kane eliminates Fandango, and Corbin eliminates Slater and Sin Cara. Ziggler fires up and eliminates Titus and Goldust next. Matt and Tye come face to face and duel “Delete” with “Ten” chants, then Matt eliminates Tye. Kane drops Matt, then Ziggler superkicks Kane. Kane gets up and eliminates Ziggler, then Corbin comes from behind and eliminates Kane.
It’s down to Corbin, Matt, and Mojo, as fans chant “Delete.” Mojo and Corbin double team Matt now, until the lights go out and Bray Wyatt hits the ring. Wyatt helps Matt eliminate Mojo, then Corbin drops Matt and Wyatt. Corbin grabs Matt, but Matt ends up fighting Corbin off and eliminating him. The bell rings and Matt is declared winner, then Matt and Wyatt come face to face.
Winner: Matt Hardy
– After the match, Wyatt and Matt approach each other, then hug. They pose for the crowd as Cena is shown in the crowd looking surprised.
– WWE Cruiserweight Title Match: Cedric Alexander vs. Mustafa Ali: Cedric and Mustafa trade take downs, then Cedric gets frustrated and starts trading stiff shots with Ali. They trade more shots until Ali hits a version of the X-Factor on Cedric. Ali grabs Cedric by the tights and hits a kick, but Cedric comes back with a Spanish Fly. They fight up to the top rope and exchange punches, then Ali hits a version of the Spanish Fly on Cedric off the top. They fight over to the other corner and Ali goes up top, but Cedric pushes him off and Ali crashes hard on the mat. Cedric drags Ali back in the ring and boots him, then stomps a mud hole on him against the bottom rope. Cedric goes to pick him up, but Ali comes back with a reverse Frankensteiner. Ali goes up top and hits the 054 and covers, but Cedric gets his foot on the bottom rope. Ali goes for it again off the top, but Cedric rolls out of the way. Cedric hits some elbows to the face and drops Ali. Cedric follows up with the Lumbar Check for the three count.
Winner & new Cruiserweight Champion: Cedric Alexander
– After the math, Cedric is presented with the Title Belt and he celebrates as Cena is shown clapping in the crowd.
– Women’s Battle Royal: Beth Phoenix and Paige are on commentary for this one. Becky Lynch, Sasha Banks and Bayley get their own entrances, and the rest of the entrants come out together as a group. The opening bell sounds and Carmella gets eliminated almost immediately. All of the women appear to surround Dana Brooke in a circle, and they all gang up on her and eliminate Dana next. There appears to be some enhancement talent in the ring from NXT who also get eliminated. Bianca Bellaire goes up to the top turnbuckle and stands there for a moment, but no one goes near her and she hits a 450 splash. Sonya Deville and Lana get eliminated. Bianca uses her hair as a whip and whips Becky, but Becky comes back and kicks her to the outside for the elimination. Dakota, Becky Lynch and Naomi are all eliminated. Mickie James starts dropping people, but she climbs up top and gets eliminated by Ruby. Peyton Royce is eliminated next, and the women all seem to be ganging up on Sasha and Bayley now. Sasha and Bayley team up to eliminate Natalya and Morgan. Ruby attacks them from behind, but they turn around and eliminate Ruby next. Bayley eliminates Logan, and it’s down to Bayley and Sasha. They go to shake hands, but Bayley grabs Sasha and throws her to the outside for the elimination. Bayley thinks she’s won, but it appears Naomi hasn’t been eliminated because she didn’t go over the top rope, so Naomi is back in the ring now. Naomi hits a butt bump to the face then eliminates Bayley.
– We see a promo video for Reigns vs. Lesnar highlighting their history, and the pay-per-view is starting.
WrestleMania 34 Results:
– Jojo is in the ring and she introduces some singers to do America The Beautiful on the stage.
– They air the WrestleMania 34 intro video shot in downtown New Orleans. They shot some shots of WrestleMania moments, including multiple of Hulk Hogan.
– The pyro goes off and WrestleMania 34 has officially begun!
– Intercontinental Title Match: Seth Rollins vs. The Miz vs. Finn Balor: Rollins makes his entrance wearing blue contact lenses. The opening bell sounds and Finn Balor starts off strong. Balor knocks them both outside and hits a suicide dive on both Miz and Rollins. Back in the ring, Balor continues the offense until Miz drops him and hits a clothesline in the corner. Miz takes control of the match now and sends Rollins out to ringside while he tries to keep Balor grounded. Miz goes up to the middle rope but Balor kicks him down. Balor goes for the sling blade on Rollins, but Rollins catches him and throws him outside. Rollins hits a suicide dive on Balor, then runs throug the ring to hit a dive on Miz on the other side. Rollins gets back in the ring and walks into a sling blade from Balor. Balor looks for a kick, but Rollins dodges it and hits a kick of his own on Balor. Miz runs in now and hits a DDT on Rollins. Miz boots Rollins outside, then drops Balor across the top rope. Miz puts Balor in the Figure Four, but Balor breaks out and Rollins hits a frogsplash off the top on Miz. The fight spills out to ringside, and Rollins looks for a powerbomb on Balor, but Balor breaks free and hits a sling blade. Balor follows up with a running dropkick on both Miz and Rollins into the fan barricade. Back in the ring, the three men fight on the turnbuckle, which leads to Rollins hitting the buckle bob on Miz, and then a superplex on Balor. Rollins rolls through to look for a Falcon Arrow, but Balor escapes. Miz hits the Skull Crushing Finale on Rollins for a two count. Balor and Miz go at it now and fight on the turnbuckle. The Miz has a big welt on his ribs. Rollins kicks Balor and climbs up, but then Miz hits a top rope bulldog on Rollins. Balor then drops Miz from behind and hits the Coup De Grace on Miz. Balor looks for the pin, but Rollins curb stomps him, and then curb stomps Miz for the three count.
Winner & new IC Champion: Seth Rollins
– Rollins celebrates with his new IC Title belt and heads to the back holding it up.
– John Cena is shown at ringside again interacting with fans.
– Women’s Title Match: Charlotte vs. Asuka: The opening bell sounds and the two women trade take downs early on. Charlotte starts laying into Asuka with chops, and then some knees in the corner. Charlotte gets tied up in the ropes and Asuka hits some kicks and knees. Charlotte comes back with a neckbreaker and drops Asuka. Asuka starts firing up and repeatedly stomps Charlotte in the head. They fight out to the apron and Asuka hits a suplex off the apron onto the ringside floor, and Charlotte is hurt. Back in the ring, Charlotte and Asuka get in each other’s faces, and Asuka drops her with a series of strikes. Asuka continues the beat down on Charlotte now as she drags her from corner to corner. Asuka goes up top, but Charlotte stuns her with some chops. Charlotte hits a Spanish Fly off the top. They’re both slow to get up, and Asuka catches Charlotte in a submission. Charlotte breaks out and goes for the Figure Four, but Asuka breaks free. Charlotte comes back with a spear and looks for the Figure four again, and this time she locks it in. She makes it a Figure Eight, and Asuka taps out.
Winner & still Women’s Champion: Charlotte
– After the match, Asuka and Charlotte come face to face. Asuka gets on the mic and says Charlotte was ready for Asuka and congratulates her. They hug and raise their hands in the air.
– Before Charlotte makes it backstage, a referee runs down, but the ref goes right over the fan barricade and to John Cena in the crowd. The ref tells Cena something, and Cena looks concerned. Cena gets up and hops over the fan barricade, and Cena runs up the ramp and to the backstage area.
– Aiden English comes out to sing and introduces Rusev. Sunil Singh introduces Jinder Mahal.
– U.S. Title Match: Randy Orton vs. Bobby Roode vs. Rusev vs. Jinder Mahal: Orton and Jinder get thrown outside early on, then Rusev dropkicks Roode down. Rusev looks for a suicide dive, but Jinder stops him with an elbow to the face. Rusev knocks Jinder away, and hits a somersault onto Orton and Jinder on the floor. Back in the ring, Roode and Orton take out Rusev, then start going at each other. Orton takes Roode up top and hits a superplex for a two count. Jinder and Rusev break up the pin and drop Roode and Orton. Jinder tries to strike up a partnership with Rusev, but Rusev drops Jinder and stomps on him. Rusev follows up with a back suplex for a two count. Roode drops Rusev, then hits a spinebuster on Jinder. Orton and Rusev start going at it now. Rusev misses a spinning heel kick, which leads to Orton hitting the DDT off the middle rope. Orton looks for an RKO on Rusev, but Aiden English runs in and Orton RKO’s him instead. Orton then gives an RKO to Rusev, but then Jinder hits a running knee to Orton. Orton comes back with an RKO on Jinder, but Roode breaks up the pin. Orton looks for an RKO on Roode, but Roode dodges it and hits the Glorious DDT. Jinder breaks up the pin, and Rusev hits a big boot on Roode. Rusev misses a kick on Jinder, but connects with a second one. Rusev looks for the Acolade on Mahal, but Sunil causes a distraction. This distraction leads to Jinder hitting the Khallas on Rusev for the three count.
Winner & new U.S. Champion: Jinder Mahal
– Jinder celebrates with his U.S. Title belt as everyone else recovers at ringside.
– We see a new Snickers commercial with The Fashion Police and Mick Foley. Foley and Breeze try to force Fandango to wear a pair of sweatpants.
– We go to the broadcast table where Michael Cole introduces a video package looking at Ronda Rousey & Kurt Angle vs. Triple H & Stephanie McMahon.
– Stephanie McMahon & Triple H vs. Kurt Angle & Ronda Rousey: All the competitors come face to face, and Kurt and Triple H start things off. Kurt hits a big back body drop on Triple H early on and takes control of the match. Stephanie causes a distraction and pulls the ropes, and Triple H throws Kurt outside. Ronda comes to get in their faces and the ref hauls her back. Triple H suplexes Angle back in the ring, then hits a spinebuster. Kurt looks for the tag, but Triple H keeps the Olympian grounded. Kurt boots Triple H away from him, but Stephanie grabs him from behind in a choke. Triple H charges, and Kurt ducks, and Triple H almost hits Stephanie, but Triple H stops in time. The distraction leads to Kurt hitting a big suplex on Triple H. Kurt almost gets the tag to Ronda, but Stephanie runs around and pulls Ronda off the apron. Kurt dumps Triple H outside and gets the tag to Ronda. Ronda pulls Stephanie in and drops her. Ronda hits a back suplex and then pummels on Stephanie in the corner. Ronda throws Stephanie across the ring by the hair, then throws her into the corner. Ronda tosses Stephanie across the ring and looks for an arm bar, and she almost gets it but Stephanie latches on to her hand to block it. Stephanie gouges the eyes and then looks to tag in Triple H, but The Game is still down on the outside. Stephanie kicks Ronda and hits a DDT for a two count. Stephanie hits a kick but then Ronda grabs her by the throat and stops her. Ronda hits a Samoan drop then pins, but Triple H pulls the ref out of the ring. Ronda then yells at Triple H from the ring, and Triple H pulls her outside on the floor. Kurt comes over and pummels on Triple H, then takes him up on top of an announce table. Kurt goes to suplex HHH on the table, but Triple H throws Kurt off onto the other announce table. Triple H retreats back in to the ring to check on Stephanie. Stephanie rolls outside and Ronda runs up on Triple H. The ref says that can’t happen, and pulls them apart, but Triple H gentle pushes the ref aside. Triple H wants to fight Rnda and they go to lock up, but Ronda ends up teeing off on Triple H with punches. Triple H tries to kick Ronda, but Ronda takes him down and then goes for a Samoan Drop, but Stephanie breaks it up. Stephanie slaps Ronda and Ronda no-sells it then chases Stephanie around the ring. Ronda catches Stephanie at ringside and beats her down. Stephanie pushes Rona in to the ring post and both women are down. Back in the ring, Kurt walks up behind Triple H and starts hitting suplexes. Triple H comes back with a facebuster, but Kurt latches on to him again and hits a series of German suplexes. Kurt is fired up now and looks fo rthe Angle Slam, but Triple H escapes. Triple H looks for a Pedigree, but Angle gets out and looks for the Ankle Lock. Triple H escapes and looks for the Pedigree again, but Angle once again escapes and hits the Olympic Slam for a two count. Stephanie runs up on Kurt and tries to kick him, but Kurt catches her leg. The ref tells Kurt not to do anything to her, but the Kurt keeps chanting “yes”, so Kurt goes for the ankle lock. Triple H breaks it up and drops Kurt from behind, then Triple H approaches Ronda who is crawling back in the ring. Triple H looks for the Pedigree on Ronda, but instead goes for a powerbomb, which Ronda reverses into a hurricanrana. Ronda locks in the arm bar, but Stephanie breaks it up and puts Ronda in a choke from behind. Ronda tosses Stephanie down and puts her in an arm bar. Triple H tries to break it up, but Kurt catches him and puts him in an ankle lock. Triple H reverses and sends Kurt crashing in to Ronda. Triple H shoves Kurt into the ring post, then Stephanie throws Ronda into the other ring post. Triple H and Stephanie look to do Pedigrees on Kurt and Ronda, but Kurt dumps Triple H outside, and then Ronda back drops Stephanie. Ronda grabs Stephanie and wants the arm bar. Stephanie puts up a struggle, but Ronda locks it in and Stephanie taps out.
Winners: Kurt Angle & Ronda Rousey
– Kurt and Ronda hug in the ring and celebrate while Triple H and Stephanie recover on the floor.
– Tag Team Titles Match: The Usos vs. The New Day vs. The Bludgeon Brothers: Kofi hits a Trouble In Paradise early on Jey, but the Bludgeon Brothers break up the pin and start laying out everyone. The Usos start hitting kicks on everyone and they take control of the momentum. They hit a big splash on Harper, then they go another another but Rowan breaks it up and Harper gets up. Jey boots Harper in the head, then Big E runs in, but the Brothers drop him. Rowan catches a big Uso dive on the floor, and then they double suplex him on the floor. Back in the ring, Big E gets dropped and Harper levels Kofi with a side slam. The Usos have Harper up top for a double team, but Big E comes over and knocks them down to the floor. Big E gets sent outside too, and Kofi is alone in the ring with Harper now. Rowan joins and powerbombs Kofi, then Harper and Rowan double team powerbomb Kofi for the three count.
Winers & new Tag Team Champions: The Bludgeon Brothers
– Rowan and Harper celebrate with their new Tag Team Title belts ater the match.
– John Cena comes down to the ring, but a referee comes and tells Cena something, and Cena looks like he’s going to leave. The lights go out, but Elias comes out instead of The Undertaker. Elias strums his guitar and talks trash to Cena. Elias comes in the ring and tells Cena to leave, and Cena heads back to his seat in the crowd. Elias starts singing in the ring as Cena sits back down. Cena has heard enough, and he hits the ring and drops Elias. Cena hits the Five Knuckle Shuffle, and then hits the AA on Elias. The crowd chants for Undertaker as Cena’s music hits. Cena walks to the back as his music plays, but then his music stops. The lights go out, and then a spotlight goes on in the ring and Undertaker’s hat and coat are in the ring. Lightning strikes and now the hat and jacket are gone. We go back to Cena, and he looks shocked. The bell sounds, and fire starts shooting up out of the stage. The Undertaker emerges from the smoke and the crowd goes wild. The Undertaker is in his hat and coat with long hair. It looks like Cena has retreated back to the ring, and the Undertaker is approaching. The Undertaker slowly steps in the ring and stands in the middle as Cena backs into the corner. Undertaker removes his coat as lasers hit the ring. The Undertaker removes his hat and rolls his eyes back, and the lights come on. The ref comes in the ring, and we’ve got a match.
– The Undertaker vs. John Cena: Undertaker mimmediately takes the fight to Cena off the opening bell and pummels on him in the corner. Undertaker runs the ropes and hits a flying clothesline on Cena. The Undertaker follows up with his patented top rope walk clothesline. Taker hits him in the corner then does the Snake Eyes on the top turnbuckle. Taker follows up with a big boot and a leg drop, then he looks for a chokeslam. Cena reverses into a back suplex, then goes for the Five Knuckle Shuffle, but Undertaker sits up and scares him. Taker hits the chokeslam, then does the throat cutting motion. Taker hits the Tombstone on Cena and pins for the three count.
– The Undertaker paces the ring as we go to replays. The black lights go on and Undertaker poses in the ring as flames shoot from the stage.
– We see a video package looking back at the WWE Hall of Fame class of 2018. The Class of 2018 comes out to the stage, with Goldberg coming out last with his traditional pyro.
– We see a video package looking back at the history between Kevin OWens, Sami Zayn, Shane McMahon and Daniel Bryan.
– Shane McMahon & Daniel Bryan vs. Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn: If Owens and Zayn win, they get their jobs back. We get a video package about the “yes” chants before Bryan’s entrance. Owens and Zayn attack from behind before the match and they beat down Bryan and McMahon all over ringside. They powerbomb Bryan onto the ring apron, and the ref and Shane call for medics to check out Bryan. Owens and Zayn dare Shane to come in to the ring and face them, and Shane does and calls for the ring bell. Shane punches Sami off the apron and then pummels on Owens. Shane hits a flying elbow on Owens, then punches out Sami, and Shane is still selling his injuries. Shane beats on Sami in the corner, then hits a big boot on Owens. Shane hits a DDT on Sami, then Owens drops Shane and stomps on him in the corner. Owens and Zayn now take turns tagging and beating on Shane. Sami hits the Blue Thunder Bomb on Shane for a two count. Sami misses a shot in the corner and Shane hangs him up on the ropes and stomps on him. Owens misses a shot and Shane throws him outside. Sami is still hanging upside down in the corner, and Shane goes up top on the opposite corner. Shane hits the coast to coast dropkick on Sami in the opposite corner. Shane pins but OWens breaks it up. Owens follows up with a frogsplash off the top on Shane and pins, but Daniel Bryan comes out of nowhere and breaks up the pin. Owens misses a shot on Shane, then Sami comes in and Shane drops him with a back suplex. Bryan gets the hot tag and starts cleaning house. Owens tries to attack Bryan from behind, but Bryan hits a back suplex on him, and then a running dropkick on Sami. He hits a series of running dropkicks on both Owens and Zayn in opposing corners. Bryan takes Sami up top and hits a Frankensteiner. Owens distracts Bryan and Sami hits the big boot on Bryan for a two count. Owens comes in and hits the Pop Up Powerbomb on Bryan for a two count. Shane pulls Owens outside and hits a splash off the apron on him. Sami starts punching Bryan, but Bryan starts no-selling and lays into Sami with punches and slaps. He hits a knee to the face, then the “yes kicks.” Bryan follows up with a running knee to the face, and then the Yes Lock. Sami taps out, and Bryan and McMahon have won.
Winners: Shane McMahon & Daniel Bryan
– Bryan kisses his wife at ringside and then celebrates the victory with Shane.
– We see a recap of the history between Alexa Bliss and Nia Jax.
– Women’s Title Match: Alexa Bliss vs. Nia Jax: Mickie James comes out with Alexa. Nia attacks before the bell and beats down Alexa and Mickie at ringside. Back in the ring, the bell sounds and Alexa slaps Nia across the face. Nia drops her and starts beating down Alexa. Nia goes for a gorilla press slam but Alexa escapes. Alexa rakes the eyes and starts working over Nia’s knee. Bliss sends Nia outside, then goes up top and hits the Twisted Bliss on Nia on the ringside floor. Back in the ring, Bliss hits a shot to the face for a two count. Bliss starts talking trash to Nia, and Nia grabs her, tells her to shut the hell up, then starts throwing her around the ring. It’s all Nia now as she throws Alexa into the corner. Bliss tries raking the eyes, but Nia slams her down again. Nia takes Bliss up to the middle rope and hits a flying Samoana Drop for the three count.
Winner & new Women’s Champion: Nia Jax
– Nia cries after the match and celebrates with her Women’s Title belt.
– WWE Title Match: AJ Styles vs. Shinsuke Nakamura: They ock up off the opening bell and then break apart. Both men are hesitant early on, until AJ is able to latch on to NAkamura and hit a suplex. Nakamura kicks AJ away, and then they get tangled up in the ropes and the ref pulls them apart. Nakamura comes back with a kick and a knee drop. Nakamura goes to stomp on Styles in the corner, but AJ breaks free. AJ connects with a knee to the face of Nakamura and drops him. AJ follows up with a snap suplex on Nakamura for a two count. Nakamura starts fighting back, but AJ stuns him and hits a side walk slam. AJ follows up with kicks and tries to keep Nakamura grounded. They fight out to the apron and Nakamura hits a kick to the face of AJ. Back in the ring, Nakamura connects with more kicks and a flying boot off the middle rope. Nakamura tells AJ to bring it, and Nakamura unloads with kicks again. Nakamura hits a splash in the corner and then a knee strike for a two count. Nakamura follows up with a reverse suplex, and AJ comes back with a facebuster. AJ hits a flying lariat in the corner, then a running forearm shot on the mat for a two count. After a brief back-and-forth, AJ connects with a pumphandle gut buster. Nakamura sends AJ to the apron and AJ looks for the Phenomenal Forearm, but Nakamura catches him and hits a Death Valley Driver for a two count. They trade strikes until AJ latches on to Nakamura and locks in the calf crusher. Nakamura fights out and looks for a triangle choke, but AJ hits him with a Fisherman’s brainbuster. AJ goes to pick him up, and Nakamura hits a spinning heel kick. Nakamura goes for a running knee in the corner, but AJ ducks and Nakamura hits the turnbuckle. AJ follows up with a Phenomnal Forearm for a two count. AJ goes for a springboard 450 but Nakamura gets the knees up to block it and pins for a two count. AJ and Nakamura start trading stiff forearm shots to the face in the middle of the ring. They’re throwing stiff punches and Nakamura looks hurt. Nakamura comes back with some shots, but AJ stuns him with a Pele kick. Nakamura answers with a knee to the back of the head for a two count. Nakamura looks for the Kinshasa, but AJ rolls through and hits Nakamura with the Styles Clash for the three count.
Winner & still WWE Champion: AJ Styles
– We go to replays and then see AJ celebrating with his win and then helping Nakamura to his feet. They hug in the ring before leaving. Nakamura takes the WWE Title belt from the ref, and he gets on one knee and hands it to AJ. AJ takes the belt and goes to hug Nakamura, but Nakamura hits AJ with a low-blow instead. Nakamura beats down AJ now and repeatedly stomps on his head as the crowd boos. Nakamura beats AJ out of the ring, then stomps on him at ringside and hits the Kinshasa on him on the floor before leaving.
– The Bar vs. Braun Strowman & ???: The Bar comes out with a Mardi Gras foat themed entrance, and then Strowman makes hie entrance and chases off the Mardi Gras characters and pushes the float off the stage. Srowman gets on the mic and says his partner tonight isn’t anyone in the back – it’s someone in the crowd. Strowman walks in to the crowd looking for someone. Strowman picks a small kid and brings him to the ring with him. Strowman asks the kid his name, and he says Nicholas, and Braun tells him to stand on the apron and let him do the rest. The opening bell sounds and Strowman starts tossing Sheamus around the ring. Cesaro comes in and starts hitting Strowman, but Strowman grabs him and chokeslams him. Sheamus breaks up the pin, then starts double teaming Braun with Cesaro. Sheamus follows up with a flying knee drop off the top rope, then Cesaro hits a swanton bomb off of Sheamus’ shoulders. Strowman blocks a double team attempt and hits a cross body on both Sheamus and Cesaro. Sheamus charges at Braun, and Braun dumps him onto the ring post and to the outside. Strowman tags in the kid, but the kid is scared of Cesaro so Braun tags back in. Braun hits the running powerslam on Cesaro, and Strowman is now Tag Team Champions with Nicholas.
Winners: Braun Strowman & Nichaolas
– Strowman and Nicholas high-face the fans at ringside and then head backstage with their Tag Title belts.
– We see a video package looking at the history between Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar.
– Universal Title Match: Brock Lesnar vs. Roman Reigns: Paul Heyman commandeers the mic from Jojo to do Lesnar’s ring introduction. The opening bell sounds and Lesnar starts off with suplexes on the challenger, but Reigns fires right back with some Superman punches. Reigns clotheslines Lesnar to the outside, and Lesnar takes a breather on the floor. Reigns follows him outside, but Lesnar catches him and hits a belly to belly overhead suplex. LEsnar stalks Reigns around the ring and hits another belly to belly overhead. It looks like Brock is going for another belly to belly, but instead Reigns goes face-first onto the announce table. Back in the ring, Lesnar hits some German suplexes and then another belly to belly overhead. Lesnar takes Reigns out to ringside and whips him into the fan barricade. Lesnar puts Reigns up on his shoulders, but Reigns comes off and shoves Lesnar in to the ring post. Reigns spears Lesnar on top of a table, and Lesnar falls onto one of the announcers chairs. Reigns takes the Champion back in the ring and hits a superman punch, then two spears for a two count. Reigns looks for another spear, but Lesnar blocks it with a knee to the face for a two count. Lesnar follows up with an F-5 for a two count. Lesnar hits another F-5 and The Big Dog kicks out again. Lesnar hits a third F-5 and Reigns kicks out again. Lesnar takes Reigns outside and hits a fourth F-5, this time on to the announce table. Lesnar drags Reigns back in the ring by the vest. Lesnar hits a German suplex and another F5. Lesnar mounts Reigns now and lays into him with punches and elbows. Reigns appears to be bleeding heavily from the top of his head now. LEsnar goes for another F5, but Reigns gets out and hits two spears for a two count. Reigns goes for another spear, but Lesnar catches him and hits a sixth F5 for the three count. Lesnar rolls out of the ring and Heyman hands him his Universal title belt.
Winner & still Universal Champion: Brock Lesnar
– We go to replays as Heyman and Lesnar walk up the ramp. Medics check on Reigns and clean the blood off his face and apply pressure to the cut.