Vito begins by talking about the Universal Title match between Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns. Lesnar defeated Reigns in brief and bloody affair that will go down in history more for the crowd being completely checked out than for what actually happened in the match.

As Jack Jorgensen of CBS Sports noted, the result was a major surprise to those watching along, especially considering Lesnar doesn't appear at WWE events as often as other fighters. The two started out exchanging German suplexes and Superman punches, much as you might expect-the beginning of this match was like when you're watching two Ryu players in the arcade, and they spend the entire round spamming hadoukens at each other. After his collegiate wrestling career at the University of Minnesota concluded, Lesnar signed his first WWE contract in 2000 and remained with the company through March 2004.

Following that, Nakamura hugged AJ and then kneeled down to Styles and presented him the WWE Championship - a moment for all the WWE lovers.

Lesnar was rumoured to be set to rejoin UFC after WrestleMania. If both can make money off of continuing to work together, that's exactly what they're going to wind up doing.

Lesnar's contract expired Sunday night after his win over Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 34 in the main event. He points out that Lesnar could have broken Reigns' neck with one specific suplex on the outside, but luckily Reigns tucked his head at the last minute.

Cena was forced to sit at ringside as a fan during the opening stages of Wrestlemania 34 as he had promised to do if he did not have a match on the card. This match can be considered as one of the best women's matches of all time, if not the best.

At the end of a outstanding, back-and-forth flip festival, Alexander hit his signature Lumbar Check on Ali to become the new Cruiserweight Champion.

Stephanie and Triple H utilised every trick in the book to gain an unfair advantage, Stephanie repeatedly targeting Ronda with sneak attacks.

The event will also feature the first-ever 50-man Greatest Royal Rumble match, John Cena™ vs. He also tied the UFC heavyweight title defense record at two until Stipe Miocic defended his belt for the third time this year.


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