Nisar Khan

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Deadman Down: Reigns Ends The Undertaker at WrestleMania

The Undertaker's legendary 27-year career came to a heartbreaking end at the Show of Shows WrestleMania, following a defeat to Roman Reigns in a physical no-holds-barred main event.

In front of 72,245 at the Camping World Stadium in Orlando, The Phenom's record at the event dropped to 23-2, on a night where both brand's major championships changed hands.

Randy Orton snatched the WWE Championship from the grasp of Bray Wyatt right before a barrage of German suplexes and a thunderous F5 floored Goldberg  as Brock Lesnar exacted revenge.

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One of the stand-out matches on a memorable night in "The Theme Park Capital of the World" was Seth Rollins' victory over Triple H, an unsanctioned encounter which saw the former protege fight off a recurrent knee injury.

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The Hardy Boyz also made a sensational return to the WWE ring when hosts The New Day announced them as surprise entrants to the RAW Tag Team Championship ladder match, and the brothers would end up winning the straps.

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Kevin Owens and Naomi were the other new champions on the night in a spectacular which spanned more than 7 hours in total, and a pay-per-view that began with an outstanding match between AJ Styles and Shane McMahon.

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Neville den-eyes Aries of Cruiserweight gold

Neville equipped a controversial tactic to aggravate Austin Aries' previous injury and soften him for an emphatic Red Arrow finisher to cut the ribbons and get the in-ring action started for WrestleMania.

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The Brit was pushed to his limits against the experienced challenger, who overcame an early storm as the sun beat down on Orlando. Some incredible offence including a hurricanrana from the top rope, and a series of huge strikes before a Hurricane finisher had Neville reeling, before the submission almost forced the champion to tap out.

However, he gauged the eye of Aries - who had been recovering from an eye socket injury which sidelined him last year - and that left him stunned and softened for the Red Arrow. Neville retained the championship in an excellent contest, and the cruiserweights set the tone for the evening.

Gronk smash hypes Mojo to stunning victory

Mojo Rawley pulled off a stunning win in the fourth annual Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal with the equalising help of NFL star and friend Rob Gronkowski.

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The two favourites for the match, the gigantic Big Show and Braun Strowman, were cleaning house early and dismantling the roster, but soon enough the numbers played their part as the other competitors worked to eliminate the threat. Strowman took advantage of a weakened Show to send him out of the ropes, but he would suffer a similar fate when everyone pitched in to get rid of him.

Sami Zayn was putting on a performance to remember, but soon enough it was Rawley feeding off the energy after more numbers had been swept out. Jinder Mahal did cause trouble though, sending him through the lower ropes to continue damage right in front of Rawley's friend, the New England Patriots' Rob Gronkowski. He then would taunt Gronk, throwing his drink at him, which angered the American star and sent him into the ring with rage, spiking Mahal with a tackle and that allowed Rawley to get rid of Killian Dain, the NXT talent who put on a great showing, and then Rawley dispatched Mahal to win the battle royal.

Anything can happen at WrestleMania - Gronk is the latest to cross over, and he makes his mark with a bang. It's also an incredible moment for Mojo Rawley - a potential career catapult.

Dirty Deeds thwarts Lone Wolf

Dean Ambrose overcame the towering Baron Corbin to retain his Intercontinental championship by executing a Dirty Deeds out of nowhere.

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The enraged SmackDown recruit put a beating on Ambrose to reflect what the buildup had been over previous weeks, and he even exclaimed to Ambrose that he would not leave Orlando without that title. Initially set for the main card, this bout took place on the kickoff show due to time constraints.

The writing appeared to be on the wall, despite all the heart and courage showed by the former Shield member. Corbin looked to finish it off with the slam, but Ambrose rolled through and pulled off the Dirty Deeds for a quick pin.

Shane O' pays price in "Phenomenal" opener

AJ Styles saw off a courageous, defiant and relentless effort from Shane McMahon to get his WrestleMania moment in a chaotic main card opener.

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The SmackDown commissioner came in looking to trade hands, however Styles was keen to put the match in his element, and the reasons why were clear when he tangled up McMahon with swift manoeuvres early on. Shane was outmatched, but by no means a novice, coming back to get a roll up and really rattling the cage of Styles.

When AJ threw a huge overhand right, it really turned into a striking battle, with Shane unloading with hooks to the body and kicks. The former WWE champion dished out a beating, but an attempt for a springboard forearm was thwarted quickly with a push on the ropes.

As Styles tried to put things back into his favour, he was the recipient of some dangerous ground work from his opponent, who attempted an armbar and rear naked choke to reverse the Calf Crusher. AJ rallied again, and with a springboard 450 somersault, he would miss and fall into the clutch of a triangle choke. Styles showed great strength to hoist McMahon up and hit the Styles Clash, but McMahon refused to give in, and kicked out with the near-fall.

The match would take a big turn when the referee was dropped by an accidental kick by Styles, but the former TNA star capitalised as he rummaged under the ring to retrieve a trash can. Mocking the move which McMahon made his, he set up for a Coast to Coast, but was met half way with the can and dropped. Shane then did it for himself, and nailed Styles for a near-fall, with the fans on their feet after an epic start to WrestleMania.

Looking to go high risk once again, the billionaire's son took the Phenomenal One to the outside, putting him on the announce table. Climbing back into the ring on the top rope, he went for a leap of faith, only to miss badly and crash through. Styles had him beaten, bringing him back into the ring for a Phenomenal Forearm, only to fall into a sensational DDT reversal, with absolutely no stopping Shane.

There was no shortage in high risk, either, as the commissioner then went for a Shooting Star Press, again missing though and going out cold. That would be it, as Styles nailed him with the forearm and put him out for the three count. An incredible match to kick off the main card and a tough victory for Styles, with the bar raised extremely high for the acts to follow.

KO Mania 2 strikes US gold

Kevin Owens snatched the title from the grasp of his former friend Chris Jericho and took home the bragging rights to go with the United States tittle.

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Former friends now foes, there was a lot of animosity and it spilt over in the early stages as they wildly traded. Y2J was looking for revenge while Owens was simply there to create damage, and was off to a good start with a cannonball on the apron. When the action went to the outside a little later on, he looked to nail a power bomb in a similar location, but instead was the recipient of a back body drop.

They continued to brawl, and the two men clearly learnt a lot about each other during their partnership. A frogsplash from Owens and Swanton bomb both landed on the knees of Jericho, but between that he was reversed himself with a Lionsault. That Lionsault did come into fruition when a pop-up powerbomb was thwarted, but again, a twist in the tale saw Owens almost submit Jericho with the veteran's own finisher.

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Looking to wrap things up, a cannonball attempt in near the corner of the ring was reversed, and the first-ever undisputed champion locked in the Walls. With the space of one finger, Owens was able to get the rope break after a Codebreaker reversed a powerbomb incredibly. Owens managed to regain his bearings and catch the leg of Y2J to drag him and pull off a crushing power bomb on the apron - a lifeless Jericho was thrown back into the ring and pinned, as Kevin Owens began his reign as United States Champion.

Hugging on to the title for longer

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Bayley saw off three other competitors to defend her RAW Women's Championship in a riveting elimination fatal four way.

Nia Jax was the threat on everyone's minds, so Charlotte, Bayley and Sasha all went after her only to be decimated early on. A more calculated approach though saw the three chop down Nia, and nail a double suplex at the help of a boot from Flair. They then all teamed up for the power bomb, and they were all needed to keep Jax down and pin her for the elimination.

It was now a triple threat match, with Sasha and Bayley trading for a while before spilling crazily to the outside. Charlotte pounced on the opportunity, scaling to the top turnbuckle and pulling off a jaw-dropping twisting moonsault. She went at it with Banks in a renewal of their rivalry, where an exposed turnbuckle eventually came into play as Sasha on exit from a pin was knocked out cold by the metal and pinned for the three.

With Charlotte having plenty of momentum behind her sails, she set her sights on the remaining combatant and champion Bayley. The Hugger was able to roll out of the way of a Monsault and escape from the Figure Four Leg Lock, before executing a back body drop from the top rope. She managed to free her legs, and paid tribute to Macho Man with the elbow drop that put Charlotte away for the three count. A gutsy, inspiring effort saw Bayley retain her RAW Women's Championship.

Deletemania: Matt and Jeff make shocking return to win gold

Matt and Jeff Hardy made an incredible return to the ring as they were added to the triple threat ladder match and captured the Raw Tag Team Championships.

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Before the bell rang, WrestleMaia hosts The New Day came out to make an announcement that the match was now a fatal-4-way. Just as it appeared that the trio were about to introduce themselves into the match, they introduced the return of the legendary Hardy brothers, Matt and Jeff. The Citrus Bowl came unglued as they came down to the ring back to do what they are best at.

They made their mark early on, with the Whisper in the Wind and Twist of Fate, while Gallows and Anderson eventually managed to make their mark against rivals of whom they know very well. Tag team chemistry was all around the place, with Cesaro and Sheamus in sync with the Beats of the Bodhrán and swing while Enzo Amore and Big Cass were flying all over the place.

Jeff Hardy received a crushing Brogue Kick on the apron to fall into a pile of bodies as Sheamus and Gallows battled atop the ladder, before Enzo got close as well. A Twist of Fate from the top rung by Matt later was just some of the chaos going on.

There was then time for a huge risk from Jeff, who climbed to the top and delivered a massive Swanton Bomb through the ladder while his brother picked up the tag team gold. A triumphant return for the Hardy Boys who captured the RAW tag titles. Welcome back, Hardy boys.

The power couple tie Miz and Maryse, and soon the knot

John Cena and Nikki Bella secured their place as WWE's power couple with a commanding victory against The Miz and Maryse, before Cena proposed to his girlfriend in an emotional moment.

A personal rivalry had personal implications as Cena and Bella took the fight to the Canadian and French married couple, with Miz taunting to infuriate Cena but eventually backing him into a lot of trouble. Meanwhile, Maryse was brutal in her attacks of Nikki Bella.

A slap to Miz from John Cena's girlfriend soon lead to a double five knuckle shuffle and a simultaneous Attitude Adjustment for the pin. But it wasn't really about the wrestling, it was about what happened after.

John Cena proposed to Nikki Bella and the finally became engaged in a heartwarming moment that left some fans - barring the thousands if not millions of Reigns detractors - with a tear or two in their eyes.

Relentless Rollins beats The Game

Seth Rollins overcame the odds to defeat Triple H in an epic, unsanctioned encounter, sealing the deal with a Pedigree in dramatic circumstances.

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Triple H entered on a chopper with the escort of police motorcycles, while Seth Rollins carried a symbolic flame ahead of the showdown. They started with a flurry of which the younger fighter tooka advantage of, beating down The Game with strikes as it quickly went to the outside. They went over the barrier and brawled, and it was The Architect in control as he looked for the Pedigree on the announcer's table.

But then came the turning point, as HHH struck the knee and landed a DDT on the table. He got a chair and landed it on the knee of his opponent, before jumping on the extended hamstring. It was a methodical, targeted beatdown completely wearing down that right knee and unleashing punishment that was fully allowed due to the hold harmless agreement.

Seth Rollins pitched numerous attempts to mount a comeback but the injured knee continued to give in. He did manage to build some strength with a powerbomb against the turnbuckle, followed by a crossbody to the outside. He grabbed some chairs and set up a table before executing a frogsplash to on the WWE COO's spine, although it would again turn in favour of the Cerebral Assassin with one kick to the knee.

He trapped the knee in chair and stomped on it repeatedly to create more damage, and then went to the top rope to finish it off. Rollins managed to get up, land the chair shot and hit a superplex from the top, rolling through with a Falcon Arrow for the near fall. Feeling the momentum, Rollins went to the top rope again but that's when the unsanctioned stipulation came into effect, as Stephanie grabbed Rollins leg and sent him crashing off the ropes.

An excruciating submission seemed to last a lifetime, although the former NXT champion was again able to power through. He inadvertently handed Triple H his patented sledgehammer when rummaging under the ring - before HHH could use that though, there were some pulsating striking exchanges and a kick out of nowhere to stifle The Game.

Seth Rollins then got hold of the sledgehammer but just before he was going to use it, Stephanie McMahon once again intervened to grab it, and then a distracted Rollins walked into a Pedigree. The nearest of near falls saw Rollins kick out in the nick of time, before countering a pedigree atempt from the top rope with a back body drop and a Phoenix Splash for another near fall. The Citrus Bowl was on edge, and the end was appearing near as both men looked for Pedigree attempts. HHH stopped Rollins with attacks to the knee, while Rollins muscled out of the attempts.

Again Steph would step up to the apron to hold Rollins back, allowing Triple H to take the shot, but Rollins ducked and almost made his opponent hit his own wife. As he was distracted, it gave Rollins enough time to stalk The Game and hit a big super kick that sent him stumbling towards his wife who went crashing through the table. It infuriated Triple H, but when he turned around, he fell into the Pedigree and Seth Rollins pulled off a massive victory in a thrilling match.

RKO out of nowhere cuts Wyatt era short

Randy Orton overcame the mental warfare of Bray Wyatt to win his 13th world title with an RKO out of nowhere.

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Randy Orton came flying out of the gates with a Lou Thesz press and a series of punches, before a power slam and an early RKO attempt that was shrugged off by a shaken Bray Wyatt. It spilt to the outside where The Viper continued with his offence, but there would be a drastic shift in control when Wyatt landed a big punch coming back in the ring.

The Royal Rumble winner was certainly psyched out when images of worms and creatures showed up on the canvas while Wyatt took the mental warfare to a new level. From there, he took full control and had the challenger reeling.

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Bray Wyatt continued to chase him on the outside, to his detriment. He walked into an RKO out of nowhere, and was dragged back into the ring. Despite some flurries and comebacks, and also a crazy Sister Abigal finisher, Orton was not going to be finished. Some more mental warfare and insects on the canvas wouldn't hassle Orton this time, who turned around with a huge RKO for the win, and his 13th world championship.

Universal Beast: Brock breaks Goldberg

Brock Lesnar finally broke the duck against arch rival Goldberg as he delivered a total of 13 suplexes before an F5 to snatch the Universal title.

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A big fight feel descended upon Orlando with the Universal title on the line, and Brock Lesnar knew that his career hung in the balance so went on the front foot straight away with a trifecta of German suplexes. But just as he was roaring to the crowd, he was drilled by a spear out of nowhere, and another one before rolling to the outside.

Goldberg followed him outside of the ropes and sent him crashing through the barricade with another spear, and Lesnar was again reeling. The former WCW star nailed a Jackhammer after some back-and-forth, but a look of disbelief plastered over his face when somehow, The Beast kicked oout.

Stalking again, Goldberg looked for another spear, but he was athletically leapfrogged and went flying through to the turnbuckle. He was then sent on a ride to Suplex City, ten off the bat in total before an Earth-shaking F5 to finish Goldberg, complete retribution, and get his hands on the WWE Universal Championship.

Naomi crowned on homecoming

In front of her home crowd, Naomi recaptured the SmackDown Women's Championship by seeing off Alexa Bliss and four other competitors.

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There were three separate battles to begin the six pack challenge, before a bunch of near falls and even James Ellsworth getting involved only to be slammed by Becky Lynch. Soon enough, all of thse superstars ended up getting exiled from the equation and it came down to Alexa Bliss and Naomi, the latter of who secured a submission and got the tap to win the title back in her hometown.

Reigns era stamped and sealed as Undertaker loses and bows out

Roman Reigns staked his claim as the Big Dog as he brutally finished off The Undertaker in what was the Phenom's last match.

With a colossal showdown to see who runs the yard now, Undertaker came out swinging to a dominant start. He dropped the Samoan, demonstrating his credentials as the purest striker in the game. However, The Phenom found himself on shaky legs when he ran into a Samoan Drop, which lead to a Drive-By in the outside later on.

Undertaker remained a potent threat, though, with the ability to turn the match on its head at any point in time. Snake Eyes, a Big Boot and a leg drop teed up for the chokeslam, but Reigns was able to flee in time. He walked into a huge right hand, before being chokeslammed on to the announce table.

The Deadman was looking to replicate the manoeuvre with more impact as he prepped the Spanish announce desk. But Reigns sprang up and out nowhere and speared him straight through a table. After a long period of being flattened out on the canvas, and as Roman watched on, Taker managed to sit up and got himself back in the ring where he was brutally beat down again with a series of stomps and strikes.

Roman Reigns was wanting to make a statement, so did so by shouting at The Undertaker as he pounded away with punches mounted in the turnbuckle. The tied was dramatically turned though when Undertaker lifted Reigns on his shoulderS and sent him crashing to the canvas with the Last Ride.

He then proceeded with a beat down using the steel chair, but again Reigns fled away from the chokeslam. Reigns then looked to switch things again with a cluster of Superman punches, wobbling the Phenom until he caught an attempt and planted him onto a steel chair. After getting his bearings, Roman Reigns snuck in a spear but almost wound up in a load of submission trouble.

With the chair still lying vacated in the ring, Undertaker tried to crawl towards it but Roman Reigns go their first, and with great mercy asked Taker to stay down during the punishment. Two spears, and a Superman punch lead to near falls, and Reigns was now frustrated and bemused as to how to vanquish his opponent.

A supercharged spear after bouncing on the ropes a couple of extra times crushed The Undertaker and put him out for the three. The biggest win of Roman Reigns' life - and the last match in Undertaker's.

He acknowledged the crowd then left his jacket, gloves and hat in the ring. Emotions were running high as the greatest performer in WrestleMania history walked out for one last time.


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