Tuesday , May 18 2021

WWE WrestleMania 35 results: Live updates, matches, 2019 cards, ratings, recapitulation, start time, highlights



EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – History will be made at the main event of the WWE WrestleMania 35 card, when three of the women will first show concerts in the company's history. Ronda Rousey, Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair will fit into a three-legged matchmaking match on both Raw and SmackDown front pages in front of the expected audience of more than 75,000 at MetLife.

The 16-page WrestleMania card is expected to be focused on seven hours in length, and includes interesting stories, including 11-year-old veteran Kofi Kingston who is trying to become just another African American WWE champion when he faces Daniel Bryan. Universal Champion Brock Lesnar will put his title against Seth Rollins in the midst of the heavy speculations that Lesnar will return to UFC in August and challenge Dani Cormier's heavyweight champion.

CBS Sports will be with you all the way from WrestleMania 35 on Sunday, updating this story with the latest results and tops from the biggest show of the year. Listen to our Audio Review WrestleMania 35 from the State of Combat podcast and subscribe to the players below. We'll have a current analysis right after WrestleMania 35.

WWE WrestleMania 35 matches

  • Winner Take All – Women's Championship in Raw and Smackdown: Ronda Rousey (c) vs. Charlotte Flair (c) vs. Becky Lynch
  • WWE Championship: Daniel Bryan (c) against Kofi Kingston
  • Triple H vs. Batista (no restrictions)
  • Roman Reigns vs. Drew McIntyre
  • Intercontinental Championship: Bobby Lashley (c) against Finn Balor
  • Championship of the United States: Samoa Joe (c) vs. Rey Mysterio
  • Kurt Angle (Farewell Match) vs. Baron Corbin
  • Women's World Championships: Boss's Hug Connection (c) vs. Beth Phoenix and Natalya Vs. Nia Jax & Tamina vs.

WWE WrestleMania 35 live scores, highlights

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WWE WrestleMania 35 recap, ratings

The Heavyweight Championship – Tony Nese def. Buddy Murphy (c) over Pinfalla wins title (Kickoff Show): Talk about the perfect way to start things at an opening show with this energetic opener. If he achieved a surprising frustration with victory that could mean calling Murphy's future after an unforgettable six-month title. The match was perfectly combined with 205 Liverpool's airborne and heavyweight division, with a sharp blow that was often seen in Japan. Murphy had suffered a cutscale over his left eye early, and if he almost reached an early fall after the impressive moonliner with the apron. If he continued to impress the hangman and 450 sparrows, each of which could only draw two points. The goal came after he was able to extend his foot on the rope so he would not lose the following as Murphy's law struck. If he returned with German Suffix Murphy in the second turnbuckle and ran his knee in the corner for 1-2-3. If it's time for WWE to do more to Murphy, the Australian looks ready. Rating: B +

Carmella won the Royal Women's Battle (Kickoff Show): For the less fanfare or expectations this game had, the good news is that the game was not a wreck of the train. Ember Moon successfully returned from a six-month injury break and linked with the Eclipse from the top of Mandy Rose along with a couple of cutters. Riott received strong bookings and joined in a series of eliminations until Dana Brooke had gathered to eliminate Liv Morgan and Ruby Riott. Logan seemed to have won after Sonia Deville and Asuka eliminated in succession, but Carmella returned to the ring from where he was hiding and eliminating Logan with a super shot. Rating: C

A poor team of championships – Zack Ryder and Curt Hawkins def. Revival over pinfalla to win the title (Kickoff Show): It may not have been Brock Lesnar disturbing The Undertaker five years ago, but Hawkins' epic series of different kinds came to a dramatic end in his yard. Hawkins, who lost his fortune at 0-269, joined his New York counterpart at Ryder to create a moment for WrestleMania. Wrestling from beneath while Revival relied on old school tactics for a double team and deter the referee, the underdog duo was able to rally after a series of major moves that led to the goal. Ryder's attempt at Wilder sent both to roll over the top, and Ryder hit his head on the apron. Dawson then hit Hawkins from the brain to the floor. But after a series of late delays, Hawins replaced Dawson for a needle as the duo was once known as Major Brothers, who for the first time over a decade again won the Tag. Rating: C +

Braun Strowman wins the royal battle of Andre Giant Memorial Battle (Kickoff Show): Despite the somewhat embarrassing construction of this match, which featured a clash between Strowman and a couple of stars, "Saturday Night Live", the payout proved to be a great comedy and fun job. Colin Jost and Michael Che, hosts of the NBC program "Weekend Update", ran and hid under the ring at the opening. The previous match was a good mix of spots and fierce eliminations, including Strowman who removed Luke Harper and Ali from the applause while Harper, who played for the first time in television for seven months, was trying to make a suplex. Late in the game, Andrade lowered the hurricanrane to the Apollo Crews with the apron which accidentally eliminated both. While Strowman then dumped with Hardy Boyz, the SNL stars returned to unsuccessfully eliminate him from the back. Strowman, who set an elimination record, dismissed Mat and Jeff Hardy before scaring the scared Cheu out of self-determination just to hit him with the apron. Jost, who played the heels of the well-carrying Cleveland Browns jersey former star New York Giants Odell Beckham Jr., was raised and thrown to a crowd of wrestlers out there to finish the match. Rating: B

WrestleMania host Alexa Bliss presents Hulk Hogan: Bliss opened the show and told the crowd that she had them in her palm and could shoot WrestleMania with her fingers. When he did, Hogan's music hit and cut off his usual promo, jokingly calling the Pontiac Silverdome Stadium before he actually made the mistake and calling it MetLife Center.

Universal Championship Seth Rollins def. Brock Lesnar (c) through pinfalla wins the title: After completing the opening segment, Paul Heyman went to the ring and said that if Lesnar is not the main event, he fights for the first time and leaves New York to jump on a Las Vegas plane where he is "finally honored." This surprise was as violent as it was short. It is also well reserved. Lesnar jumped on Rolls before he even reached the ring and delivered longer beats before the start of the match, including F5 on the floor and multiple throws on the ring barrier and through the release table. The Rollins, whose back was covered with reddish-red stains, eventually used a low kick to change the momentum following the three flat German suplexes after the bell finally ringed. Rollins got together to hit the three players who ended up in Stomp to get an upset victory while Lesnar had been selling injury at the center of the ring for a long time. Just like at the main event of WrestleMania 31 four years ago, Rollins came out with the headline on the top of the ramp. The purest and decisive nature of the goal leads to the belief that Lesnar, who has suffered only his second defeat in the last two or more years in WWE, take a prolonged break to return to UFC due to rumors in the heavyweight title against Daniel Cormier in August. Rating: B-

AJ Styles def. Randy Orton through pinfalla: Styles may have been forced to wait for 38 years to play their debut at WrestleMania, but "Phenomenal One" continues to build an impressive resume on the brightest stage. Although not necessarily the current classic, this matchup of all the great times has told the story. Styles were fortunate to avoid trio of RKO's attempts during the game until Orton finally dropped his praised finish just to make the styles dramatic. The styles descended into the match site when they were joined to the floor by the hard podium. On returning to the ring, Styles' attempt on another forearm was initially rejected by Orton. His styling, however, came back with a chin on the ropes and followed him with perfect forearm finishes. Rating: B

SmackDown Tag Team Championship – Usos (c) def. Bar (via pinfalla), Ricochet & Aleister Black and Rusev & Shinsuke Nakamura will retain the titles: Reserved as a follow-up to getting more big names on the card, it turned out to be a fun and entertaining affair. Not only has a few well-managed comedy spots been embedded, including the incredibly long momentum of Cesaro in the center of the ring on Ricochet, while Sheamus left 10 Beats Bodhrana on the remaining five contestants. Former NXT racks Ricochet and Black emerged as the title winner after Black dropped the ring and Ricochet lowered his 630 syringe to Sheamus as long as the remaining four members did not dive at the same time to break the needle. After a wild set of strikes late in the middle of the ring, Sheamus drank a couple of double super strikes from The Usos as Jey and Jimmy did not lower their tandem sprayers from opposite ends to defend themselves. Rating: B +

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