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WWE Wrestlemania 35 Results – All the winners and losers

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WWE Wrestlemania 35 took place from the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Here’s a look at who big, lost massively and how the WWE landscape was altered at the Showcase of the Immortals.

Tony Nese def. Buddy Murphy to win the Cruiserweight Championship

Wrestlemania 35 (12)

And the kick-off show for Wrestlemania had begun! Thanks to savvy ring sense, Tony Nese outlasted Buddy Murphy’s offense, eventually grabbing the gold with a Running Nese that earned him a three-count and a well-deserved climb to the top of the Cruiserweight card.

Carmella won the Second Annual WrestleMania Women’s Battle Royal

Wrestlemania 35 (13)

With just about every female superstar present, the WrestleMania Women’s Battle Royal kicked off wit pure pandemonium. Bodies went flying everywhere, top-level talent such as Asuka found themselves outside the ring and Carmella was the last woman standing after she managed to throw Sarah Logan out of the ring.

Zack Ryder and Curt Hawkins def. The Revival for the Raw Tag Team Championship

Wrestlemania 35 (1)

The burial of The Revival continued, as Curt Hawkins of all people managed to catch Scott Dawson in a miracle roll-up pin, earning a big win in the process and some tag team gold.

Braun Strowman won the sixth annual Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal

Wrestlemania 35 (2)

Surprise! The gift of destruction managed to eliminate most of the competition in Wrestlemania’s annual battle royal with cheese, as well as two SNL comedians in one bizarre story angle. At least this terrible storyline is finally over.

Seth Rollins def. Brock Lesnar (New Universal Champion)

Wrestlemania 35 (3)

The Kingslayer has finally emerged triumphant. Facing off against the mos dominant WWE Universal Champion in history, Seth Rollins had to bring everything he could possibly muster and then some to Brock Lesnar. Fighting clean and dirty in a desperate attempt to grab the gold by any means necessary, Rollins landed not one, not two but three stomps that finally buried the Beast and saw the Architect crowned as the top dog in the WWE pecking order.

AJ Styles def. Randy Orton

Wrestlemania 35 (4)

Victory outta nowhere! AJ Styles dropped the Viper in a charged match, connecting with a Phenomenal Forearm that proved to be too much for Randy orton to stand back up from.

The Usos def. Aleister Black & Ricochet, The Bar and Shinsuke Nakamura and Rusev

Wrestlemania 35 (5)

The Usos are still in the tag team championship game, as a pair of superkicks to Sheamus saw the infamous bruisers walk away with the gold.

Shane McMahon def. The Miz (Falls Count Anywhere Match)

Wrestlemania 35 (6)

Laying everything on the line, The Miz and Shane McMahon pushed each other to extreme new lengths as their feud heated up. Going from the ring to backstage, the fight eventually ended on a 15-foot camera scaffold in the middle of the stadium floor, with both men plummeting to the ground. Bruised and broken, Shane could thak physics for being on his side, as his crumpled body just so happened to be in a position to cover the A-Lister.

1-2-3 and Shane had won the match. Barely.

The IIconics def. Bayley and Sasha Banks, Nia Jax and Tamina and Natalya and Beth Phoenix to win WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship

Wrestlemania 35 (7)

Good for them. An iconic victory for the duo, as Billie Kay managed to eliminate Beth Phoenix from the ring and steal a pin on Bayley.

United States Champion Samoa Joe def. Rey Mysterio

Wrestlemania 35 (8)

In a blisteringly quick bout, Rey Mysterio’s attempt to end the match early with a 619 crashed and burned when Samoa Joe caught him in the dreaded Coquina Clutch.

Roman Reigns def. Drew McIntyre

Wrestlemania 35 (9)

Finally back in the ring and facing a man who has made his life a living hell for weeks now, the Big Dog proved that he was indeed back when he took on Drew McIntyre. The Scottish psychopath had plenty of offense, but in the end this fight ended in a very familiar way: A Spear to the guts of McIntyre, who pushed Reigns perhaps too far and found himself on his back as the ref counted to three.

Triple H def. Batista (No Holds Barred Match)

Wrestlemania 35 (10)

In a match that was brutal to the extreme, The King of Kings proved that he still had plenty of ruthless aggression within him as he took on the animal. Using an entire toolbox worth of weapons on each other, the savage encounter between the former allies ended when Batista found himself distracted by the presence of Ric Flair, leading to a decisive Pedigree that put the animal down for good.

Baron Corbin def. Kurt Angle

Wrestlemania 35 (11)

The dream is over. After a farewell tour that saw plenty of victories along the way, Kurt Angle’s road to Wrestlemania ended with defeat. Facing the man who had usurped him as RAW’s general manager in 2018, Angle left nothing to chance and fought without regrets. But when he attempted to go airborne and launch a Moonsault that would have been the perfect way for him to end his career?

Corbin struck decisively with the End of Days, ending the legend of the WWE’s Olympic gold medal hero. Oh it’s true, it’s damn true.

Kofi Kingston def. Daniel Bryan (New WWE Champion)

After years of work in the WWE, the New Day’s Kofi Kingston has finally grabbed the brass ring! Facing some stiff competition, Kingston eventually managed to find the mark and drop Bryan long enough to reclaim the hemp strap, which will hopefully  be restored to its former gold glory now that it has a new owner.

Finn Balor def. Bobby Lashley (New WWE Intercontinental Champion)

Bobby Lashley may have been prepared to face Finn Balor anywhere and anytime, but going one on one with the Irishman’s inner demon? That proved too much for so-called All Mighty, as the Intercontinental championship is back in Balor’s possession.

Becky Lynch def. Ronda Rousey and Charlotte Flair (New WWE Smackdown LIVE Woman’s Champion and RAW Woman’s Champion)

Triple threat. Winner takes all. The chance to be the first undisputed woman’s champion in WWE history. Between Becky Lynch, Ronda Rousey and Charlotte Flair, everything was on the line and this was a match where there was no place for regrets. Throwing everything they had in their tanks and reaching deep to find even more fuel, all three ladies entered as challengers.

There could be only one champion at the end of Wrestlemania 35, and that legend in the making wasn’t a lady. It as The Man. The WWE has a new alpha and omega, as Lynch managed to pin Rousey before she could land Piper’s Pit.

Last Updated: April 8, 2019


  1. So with Rollins Champ does this mean well see Lesnar move back to the UFC for that match against Cormier?


  2. For the Emperor!

    April 8, 2019 at 19:44

    Wow, very surprised at some of the results!


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