The WrestleMania 31 Preshow kicks off from Santa Clara, California with a video package of LL Cool J and various highlights of the past few WrestleManias. We go into Levi’s Stadium and join Rene Young, Byron Saxton, Booker T, and Corey Graves. Rene reminds us of the two matches taking place on the preshow, the Fatal Four-Way for the WWE Tag Team Championship, and the second-annual Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal. Booker says winning the Battle Royal is a history-making moment and says The Big Show will win it. Rene kicks it over to Tom Phillips in the Social Media Lounge. Phillips says WWE Hall of Famer Lita will be joining him in the Lounge later on for a live Q&A session. Phillips hypes the United States Championship match between Rusev and John Cena, and we see a video hype package for the ongoing feud between the two men.
We see a live shot of Rusev and Lana backstage. Lana says that she will never show compassion again, and Rusev he will crush John Cena and that American will die. We then see the WWE Network commercial.
We go back to the Preshow Panel. Byron says Lana being back will not matter, because Rusev is ready to rip John Cena apart. Graves says Lana is an X-factor that Cena has to worry about and he needs to watch out for her. We then see John Cena’s appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live where he is fired up and cuts a promo on how American he is and how he will take the United States Championship away from Rusev. Byron says Rusev wrote the book entitled “The Idiots Guide to Ticking off John Cena,” and Cena will show the world and Rusev that American can conquer anything. Rene asks where Rusev goes if he loses tonight, and Graves says he can go anywhere he wants and he doesn’t see Cena getting past Rusev tonight. Booker says Rusev is the guy who backs up everything he says and says his money is on Rusev tonight.
We go backstage where Eden is trying to get a word with the COO of the WWE, Triple H. She knocks on the door, but Kane shows up and says the office is off-limits. She says she could maybe come back later, but Kane tells her to just leave. We then see the video hype package for the feud between Triple H and Sting. We go back to the panel, and Booker T agrees with Sting. He says it is not about WCW because that war ended long ago. Booker says he will not call a winner, because he just wants to sit back and watch. Byron brings up that Triple H has said that outside of his wife and kids, the WWE is the most important thing in his life and he will be whatever it takes to win. Braves says if Triple H were to lose, it would be catastrophic from the top to the bottom.
We go backstage and see J&J Security. Noble says Rollins is going to destroy Orton and complains that there is no sugar for the coffee. Bricso and Patterson walk in and say they are saving it for Mr. McMahon. J&J Security walk away and Patterson calls them stooges.
We see that Kid Ink and Skylar Grey will be performing live at WrestleMania later tonight, and then we see the video hype package for the feud between Randy Orton and Seth Rollins. Graves says Rollins has proven he is the young lion who wants to lead the pack, while Orton wants to get his revenge on Rollins. The preshow panel reminds us of the two matches on the preshow again.
We take a look at what various activities the WWE Superstars and Divas participated in over the past week leadung up to WrestleMania. The panel talks about the fans traveling from all over the world and how cool it is, and then they begin talking about the Hall of Fame ceremony from last night. We now take a look at the feud between the Bella Twins and AJ Lee and Paige. The panel talks about whether or not they think Paige and AJ can coexist enough tonight to take out a common enemy in the Bella Twins.
We now see the video hype package for the match between Bray Wyatt and The Undertaker. Rene says that we don’t know “what version” of the Undertaker that we will see tonight. Byron says tonight is Bray Wyatt’s moment, but Wyatt may be in over his head. Booker says Wyatt has talked a great game, but it is the actual game time now. Booker says he wrestled Undertaker at Judgment Day in 2004 and he thought he had it all figured out, but when the lights went out he lost it all. Graves says there is no one in WWE that walks the line of madness and genius like Bray Wyatt. Graves says Wyatt is not scared of the Undertaker and time is on Wyatt’s side.
We see that Aloe Blacc will sing “America the Beautiful” to open the show tonight. Rene brings up tonight’s main event between Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns, and then we see Lesnar’s appearance on SportsCenter earlier this week, where he announced that he has re-signed with the WWE. Graves says when Lesnar signed his new contract, he put the entire WWE roster on notice and that he will be the Champion for a long time. Booker says Lesnar will defend his championship and will try to end Reigns very quickly tonight. Booker says Lesnar will begin to question himself if he cannot end Reigns quickly, however. Byron says Reigns is the first member of the Shield to potentially make it to the top tonight. We see a video hype package for Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar. The first hour of the preshow concludes with the panel talking about tonight’s main event.
The second hour begins with the panel again, but they toss it down to Michael Cole, John Bradshaw Layfield, and Jerry Lawler, and our first match of the evening is out to begin.
WWE Tag Team Championship Fatal Four-Way Match: Cesaro and Tyson Kidd (w/Natalya) vs. Los Matadores (w/El Torito) vs. The New Day (w/Xavier Woods) vs. The Usos (w/Naomi)
Cesaro and Kingston start the match and Kingston drops Cesaro with a dropkick. One of the Matadores tags himself in and Cesaro goes crazy and slams Jey into the barricade. Kingston and the Matador are in the ring. Diego tags in, but Cesaro tags right back in and goes to work on Kofi as Jey Uso is helped to the back. Cesaro knocks Big E to the floor and Cesaro tags in Kidd. Cesaro swings Kingston and Kidd drops an elbow on Kingston and goes for the cover, but Kingston kicks out at two. Kidd dumps one of the Matadors to the floor. Jimmy Uso stands on the apron and is going to go it alone. Jimmy tags in and drops Kidd and Cesaro with Superkicks. He then drops Big E and one of the Matadors with a superkick. He smashes all four guys in the corner and turns his attention to Kingston. Kingston ducks and springboards to the outside. Jimmy goes for the cover on Kidd, but Kidd kicks out at two. Jimmy drops Kidd with a right hand, but Cesaro catches Jimmy with an uppercut. Big E tags Jimmy and squashes Cesaro and Jimmy. Big E and Kingston double-team Cesaro and Kingston goes for the cover, but Cesaro kicks out at two. One of the Matadors tags in, and Kingston takes him to the top rope. Cesaro suplexes Big E into the ring and the Matador slams Jimmy down onto Cesaro. The Matadores deliver a double-back stabber to Kingston and go for the cover, but Kidd breaks it up. Kidd drops one of the Matadors, but Kingston takes Kidd down. El Torito drives Kingston into the barricade and then Natalya locks Torito in the Sharpshooter. Naomi and Jimmy launch through the ropes and take everyone now. Naomi takes Natalya out with the Rear View. Big E and Kingston drop one of the Matadors with the Big Ending, but Jimmy breaks it up. It’s an all-out brawl in the ring, but one of the Matadors and Big E are left in the ring. Big E is not legal, according to the referee. Big E slams the Matador down and splashes him in the corner. Kidd gets into the ring, but Big E catches him. Jimmy drops Big E with a superkick, but then Kidd and Cesaro drop Jimmy. Kingston takes out Kidd and goes after Cesaro. Cesaro uppercuts Kingston and then slingshots one of the Matadors into Kingston. The Matadores go after Kingston now, but Kidd cuts them off. We have a Tower of Doom sequence and everyone is down. Jimmy splashes down onto Big E, but Cesaro tosses him out of the ring and pins Big E for the win.
Winners and still WWE Tag Team Champions: Cesaro and Tyson Kidd.
We go back to the panel and they talk about the tag title match and then toss it back to Tom Phillips in the Social Media Lounge, and he is joined by WWE Hall of Famer Lita. Phillips reads some questions from the WWE Universe to Lita and she answers them before we go back to the panel.
We take a look at ESPN’s Jon Gruden’s QB Camp, but instead of quarterbacks, he is studying the competitors in the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal.
Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal
Curtis Axel rips his shirt off and everyone eliminates him. It appears there are more than the announced twenty guys in the ring. Fandango and Adam Rose battle on the apron and they eliminate each other. Mizdow and Miz double-team Riley and Mizdow eliminates him. Zack Ryder goes for the Broski Boot, but Bo Dallas eliminates Ryder. Dallas celebrates and jumps out of the ring, but Hideo Itami eliminates Dallas. Big Show eliminates Itami. Kane eliminates both guys of Los Matadores. Cesaro eliminates Sin Cara. Mark Henry eliminates Tyson Kidd. The Ascension go after Mark Henry and eliminate him. Ryback eliminates both members of the Ascension. Ryback eliminates Darren Young and Heath Slater. Titus O’Neil drops Ryback with a clothesline. Ryback tosses O’Neil over the top rope with a suplex. Ryback drops Jack Swagger with Shell-shocked, but Big Show eliminates Swagger. The New Day try to eliminate Big Show, but Show eliminates Big E and Xavier Woods and then Kofi Kingston. Erick Rowan is eliminated as is Goldust. Kane drops Ryback and then double-chokeslams Miz and Mizdow. Kane tosses Cesaro to the apron, but Cesaro holds on. Cesaro eliminates Kane. Jimmy Uso kicks Cesaro, but then Show eliminates Jimmy. Big Show, Cesaro, Miz, Mizdow, and Ryback are left. Show eliminates Cesaro. Ryback drops Big Show, but Show eliminates Ryback. We are down to Miz, Mizdow, and Big Show. Mizdow says he will not work with Miz, but Miz tries to talk to him. Miz pokes Mizdow in the chest and pisses off Mizdow, but Mizdow eliminates Miz. We are down to Mizdow and Big Show. Show takes Mizdow down with a shoulder block. Show charges at Mizdow, but Mizdow pulls the ropes down and Show goes over the top, but Show holds on. Show grabs Mizdow around the throat, but Mizdow gets Show in a headlock. Mizdow pulls Show over the top rope, similar to the 2004 Royal Rumble, but Show shoves Mizdow over the top rope and gets the win.
Winner: The Big Show.
We go back to the panel and they talk about the Battle Royal. We hear that the Intercontinental Championship Ladder Match will open the show in about ten minutes, and we see a video package highlighting the history of the Intercontinental Championship. The preshow comes to a close with WWE Hall of Fame and the first Intercontinental Champion, Pat Patterson, hanging the title belt on the hoop.
Aloe Blacc opens the show with a wonderful rendition of “America the Beautiful.” We then see the opening video hype package for WrestleMania, which is narrated by LL Cool J.
We go live into Levi’s Stadium, where Michael Cole, John Bradshaw Layfield, and Jerry Lawler welcome us to the show. We go to the ring for our opening contest.
WWE Intercontinental Championship Ladder Match: Bad News Barrett (c) vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Dean Ambrose vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Luke Harper vs. R-Truth vs. Stardust
The match begins with guys diving to the outside and Harper is the last one to do so. Ambrose climbs a ladder on the outside and dives down onto everyone. Everyone is down on the outside. Truth takes a ladder into the ring and sets it up. Barrett gets into the ring and cuts Truth off and slams him in the corner with the ladder. Barrett stomps away on Truth and then knocks Ambrose off the apron with the ladder. Bryan dropkicks the ladder into Barrett and then smashes Barrett with it in the corner. Bryan sends Stardust into the ladder and dropkicks Stardust a couple times, but then Harper slams the ladder into Bryan’s face. Harper sets the ladder up and begins to climb, but Bryan cuts him off and hangs him upside down. Bryan kicks Harper on the ladder, but Ziggler delivers a superkick to Bryan to stop him. Ziggler begins to climb, but Ambrose cuts him off. Stardust gets back into the ring and knocks everyone off the ladder. Stardust smashes Ambrose’s legs in the ladder and then stomps away on Ziggler and tosses a ladder down onto Harper. Stardust pulls a ladder out from under the ring, and it is his own personal ladder. Barrett breaks Stardust’s ladder and beats him with one of the rungs. Ambrose comes in and slams Barrett into the ladder. Ambrose slams Stardust’s ladder down onto Barrett and then he and Harper grab mini-ladders and go after each other. Harper drops Ambrose with a big boot and then uppercuts Ziggler. Harper slingshots Ziggler into the ladder and then sets the ladder in the corner. Harper slams Ambrose into the ladder and then uses the ladder in a helicopter motion around his head to take out the other guys. Truth counters and drops Harper down onto another ladder. Truth sets up a big ladder in the corner, but we get a big superplex spot that the crowd goes crazy for. Ziggler and Bryan climb the ladder, but Ambrose pushes the ladder over. Ambrose picks it back up and begins to climb, but Harper pulls Ambrose down and he crashes through a ladder on the outside. Ziggler climbs on Harper’s back and applies the sleeper hold. Harper fades and both men fall to the mat. Ziggler gets to his feet and climbs the ladder, but Barrett grabs him and delivers a bull hammer elbow. Truth climbs the ladder and Barrett gets up on the other side. Barrett drops Truth with a bull hammer, but Bryan knocks him down. Ziggler knocks Bryan off the ladder, but Barrett goes after Ziggler. Bryan drops Barrett with the running knee. Bryan climbs the ladder, but Ziggler cuts him off. Bryan and Ziggler exchange right hands and headbutts. Bryan knocks Ziggler off and grabs thje title belt.
Winner and new WWE Intercontinental Champion: Daniel Bryan.
We see a promo for the WWE teaming up with the Tapout clothing brand.
We see the video hype package for the feud between Randy Orton and Seth Rollins.
Randy Orton vs. Seth Rollins (w/J&J Security)
Orton and Rollins tie up and Orton sends Rollins off the ropes. Rollins drops Orton with a shoulder block, but Orton comes back and drops Rollins with a dropkick. Rollins rolls out of the ring and Orton chases him, but Rollins takes advantage and drapes Orton over the top rope. Rollins stomps away on Orton in the corner, but Orton comes back and slams Rollins to the mat. Orton delivers a few uppercuts and then delivers a series of right hands in the corner. Rollins cuts him off and powerbombs Orton in the corner, but Orton launches out of the corner with a big clothesline. Mercury and Noble get on the apron, but Orton knocks them both down. Orton drops Mercury and Noble with the double-DDT from the apron to the floor. Rollins suicide dives through the ropes and sends Orton into the announce table. Rollins tosses Orton back into the ring and goes for the cover, but Orton kicks out at two. Rollins stomps away on Orton in the corner and then chokes him with his boot. Rollins goes for the cover, but Orton kicks out at two again. Rollins applies a headlock down on the mat, but Orton gets to his feet. Rollins keeps control and takes Orton to the corner. Rollins charges, but Orton sends Rollins over the top rope. Rollins gets back into the ring, but Orton counters and drops Rollins with a clothesline. Rollins comes back for the Curb Stomp, but Orton counters with the power slam. Orton delivers an uppercut to Rollins and then slams him down to the mat. Rollins rolls under the bottom rope. On the outside, Rollins takes Orton down with a moonsault. They get back into the ring and Rollins takes Orton to the corner, but Orton backdrops Rollins down to the mat. Orton comes off the top rope with a cross-body, but Rollins rolls through and goes for the cover, but Orton kicks out at two. Orton grabs Rollins and delivers the middle-rope DDT. Orton sets up for the RKO, but Rollins counters with a roll up, but Orton kicks out at two. Orton gets the RKO out of nowhere and goes for the cover, but Rollins kicks out at two. Orton backs away from Rollins and sets up for the Punt, but J&J Security gets into the ring. Orton RKO’s Noble and Mercury, but Rollins delivers the Curb Stomp to Orton and goes for the cover, but Orton kicks out at two. Rollins drags Orton to the corner and goes up top and goes for the spinning stomp, but Orton counters. Orton counters the Curb Stomp and tosses Rollins high into the air and connects with the RKO for the pin fall.
Winner: Randy Orton.
We see a video commercial for some WWE action figures, and then we see UFC Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey sitting at ringside. We now see the video hype package for the feud between Sting and Triple H.
Sting vs. Triple H
Sting sends Triple H down to the mat and yells to the crowd, but Triple H comes right back and applies a headlock to Sting. Triple H sends Sting down with a shoulder block and does a crotch chop. Sting comes right back and sends Triple H down with a hip-toss. Sting and Triple H tie up again, but Triple H sends Sting down with a right hand. Triple H drives Sting’s face into his knee, but Sting pops right back up. Sting drops Triple H and goes for the Scorpion Death Lock, but Triple H escapes from the ring. Triple H gets back into the ring and delivers right hands to Sting. Sting reverses Triple H and sends him over the top rope and down to the floor. Sting charges at Triple H and goes for the Stinger Splash against the barricade, but Triple H moves and Sting hits the barricade. Triple H slams Sting into the steel steps. Triple H suplexes Sting back into the ring and goes for the cover, but Sting kicks out at two. Triple H slams Sting into the corner and drops him with another right hand. Triple H does another crotch chop and drops a knee across Sting’s head. Triple H applies a sleeper down on the mat, but Sting fights back. Triple H drops Sting with a spine-buster and goes for the cover, but Sting kicks out at two. Triple H comes off the second rope, but Sting catches him and applies the Scorpion Death Lock. D-Generation X’s music hits, and X-Pac, Road Dogg, and Billy Gunn hit the ring. Sting sends all of them, including Triple H, to the outside. Sting goes up top and dives out onto all of the DX members. Back in the ring, Sting sends Billy Gunn back to the outside, but Triple H drops Sting with a Pedigree. Triple H goes for the cover, but Sting kicks out at two. Triple H goes to the outside and grabs his sledgehammer. The nWo’s music hits, and Hogan, Hall, and Nash come to ringside. Hogan, Hall, and Nash fight with Gunn, Dogg, and Pac on the outside, and Sting drops Triple H with the Scorpion Death Drop. Sting goes for the cover, but Triple H kicks out at two. Sting locks in the Scorpion Death Lock, but Triple H crawls for the sledgehammer. Hogan grabs it from the ring, and the DX and nWo fight on the outside again. Triple H gets to the ropes and Sting breaks the hold. Shawn Michaels gets into the ring and drops Sting with Sweet Chin Music. This is insane! Triple H crawls into the cover, but Sting gets the shoulder up at two. Gunn hands the sledgehammer to Triple H, and Hall hands the baseball bat to Sting. Sting gains the upper-hand and breaks the sledgehammer in half with the baseball bat. Sting takes control, but Triple H clocks him with the head of the sledgehammer and gets the pin fall.
Winner: Triple H.
We see a preview for eight new shows coming to WWE Network soon. We go backstage and see Maria Menounos, who interviews Daniel Bryan. Pat Patterson walks up and congratulates Daniel Bryan. Roddy Piper walks up and does the same. And Ricky Steamboat. And Ric Flair. And Bret Hart. Flair and Hart begin a “YES!” chant for Bryan, and Ron Simmons walks in and says, “DAMN!” and walks away. The segment ends with another “YES!” chant.
Kid Ink and Skylar Gray perform the theme song for WrestleMania, whatever it is called. Whatever.
We take a look at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Tacoma, Washington as the troops watch WrestleMania.
AJ Lee and Paige vs. The Bella Twins
Nikki and Paige start the match and Nikki slams Paige down to the mat and kicks AJ off the apron. Nikki takes Paige down with the Alabama Slam and goes for the cover, but Paige kicks out at two. Nikki tags in Brie, who takes Paige down with a missile dropkick. Brie goes for the cover, but Paige kicks out at two. AJ gets back on the apron, but Brie kicks her back down to the floor. Brie goes for the cover on Paige, but Paige kicks out at two. The Bellas double-suplex Paige down to the mat and Nikki goes for the cover, but Paige kicks out at two. Nikki kicks AJ back to the floor again and hits Paige with the Rack Attack. Nikki goes for the cover, but Paige kicks out at two. Paige knocks Brie to the floor with an elbow and sends Nikki to the outside as well. Paige goes to the apron and dives onto both of the Bellas. AJ gets on the apron and Paige tags her in. AJ takes Nikki down with a Thesz Press and a clothesline. AJ kicks Nikki in the face and then drapes her over the top rope. AJ comes off the top with a cross-body, but Nikki rolls through. Paige takes out Nikki, but Brie sends Paige to the outside. Nikki goes for the cover on AJ, but AJ kicks out at two. AJ gets on Nikki’s shoulders and then plants her with an inverted DDT. AJ goes for the cover, but Nikki kicks out at two. AJ applies the Black Widow, but Brie breaks it up. Paige takes Brie out, but the referee talks to Paige. Paige slams Brie into the steel steps and AJ gets Nikki to submit in the Black Widow.
Winners: AJ Lee and Paige.
We see a commercial about the hero in all of us, promoted by WWE. They show the Tale of the Tape between Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns.
The 2015 Hall of Fame Class video package is shown, and then the new Hall of Famers make their way to the stage.
We see a commercial for WWE 2K15.
WWE United States Championship Match: Rusev (c) (w/Lana) vs. John Cena
Rusev powers Cena down to the mat and goes for the quick cover, but Cena quickly kicks out. Rusev keeps control and slams Cena down to the mat and beats him down. Rusev grabs the Russian flag and waves it over a fallen Cena in the middle of the ring. Cena comes back and takes Rusev down to the mat. Cena connects with the Five-Knuckle Shuffle, but Rusev comes right back and slams Cena down. Rusev goes for the cover, but Cena kicks out at two. Rusev goes for the superkick, but Cena ducks under. Cena goes for the STF, but Rusev powers out. Rusev slams Cena down to the mat and goes for the cover, but Cena kicks out at two. Rusev takes Cena to the top rope, but Cena fights his way out and shoves Rusev off. Cena hits the top rope leg drop and goes for the cover, but Rusev kicks out at two. The crowd starts a “Let’s Go Lana” chant as Rusev gets Cena in a bear hug. Rusev goes for the Accolade, but then kicks Cena in the face. Rusev goes for the cover, but Cena kicks out at two. Cena comes back and drops Rusev with a tornado DDT and goes for the cover, but Rusev kicks out at two. Cena and Rusev exchange right hands and then Rusev slams Cena down to the mat. Rusev goes for the cover, but Cena kicks out at two. Rusev goes to stomp on Cena, but Cena counters and locks in the STF. Lana throws her shoe in the ring, but Rusev makes it to the ropes. Cena comes off the ropes, but Rusev catches him and tosses him across the ring with a fall-away slam. Rusev goes up top and connects with a diving headbutt. Rusev goes for the cover, but Cena kicks out at two. Rusev tries to lock in the Accolade on Cena, but Cena blocks him. Cena comes off the middle rope with a springboard stunner and goes for the cover, but Rusev kicks out at two. Rusev comes back and kicks Cena in the face and then locks in the Accolade. Cena gets to his feet and backs Rusev in the corner to break the Accolade. Cena comes back and locks in the STF. Lana gets on the apron, Rusev charges and knocks Lana off the ropes when Cena moves, and Cena hits the AA for the pin fall.
Winner and NEW WWE United States Champion: John Cena.
The video announcement for WrestleMania 32 is shown. It will be on Sunday, April 3rd in Dallas, Texas.
We go to the expert panel, and they talk about the show thus far and review the matches on the preshow.
Triple H and Stephanie McMahon are in the ring. Steph announces a record 76,976 people in attendance for the show. She recalls memories of her childhood and how the crowds when she was a kid weren’t as large. She says none of this would be possible if it weren’t for her and Triple H. Triple H starts talking and says the truth hurts. Triple H says not only did he beat Sting tonight but he beat anyone who has ever bet against them. Triple H says he beat 76,976 people in the stadium and millions more around the world. Triple H says he owned Sting just like they own every Superstar and Diva and just like they own the WWE Universe. The Rock’s music hits and he makes his way to the ring. The Rock tells Steph and Triple H that they don’t own the WWE Universe and they damn sure don’t own The Rock. Rock says he was born in the East Bay and tells Triple H he can go dress up as the Terminator again or they can create a WrestleMania moment right here, right now. Triple H says he remembers kicking The Rock’s ass for most of their feud and has nothing to prove to The Rock. Rock says Triple H has left his balls in Connecticut. Triple H rips off his jacket, but Steph steps in between them. Steph says The Rock knows that without the McMahons, there would be no Rock. Steph goes through the lineage of The Rock’s family history in the WWE and says none of them would be anything if it weren’t for Vince McMahon, Sr., Vince McMahon, Jr., and Stephanie McMahon. The crowd chants “Shane O’Mac.” The Rock says Steph wouldn’t be in power if it weren’t for Vince McMahon’s “johnson,” and Stephanie slaps him. Stephanie asks The Rock if he is going to hit her, and tells him everything is hers. She tells The Rock to get out of the ring, and The Rock leaves the ring. The Rock stops as Stephanie keeps taunting him. Rock walks around the ring, and the crowd chants for Ronda Rousey. The Rock looks at Rousey and she hops the barrier. Rock tells Ronda to follow him and they get into the ring. The crowd chants “Ronda’s Gonna Kill You!” Stephanie says Ronda and she are friends and are fans of each other. Ronda just looks at Stephanie. Stephanie says ROnda is the most dangerous woman on the planet and she would never try to mess with Ronda in the octagon. Stephanie says this is the squared circle, however, and this is her ring. Stephanie tells Ronda to get the hell out of her ring. Ronda grabs the mic and says any ring she steps into is hers. Ronda tells Stephanie to make her leave. Stephanie tells her to get the hell out again. Rock interrupts and tells Stephanie that if she keeps running her mouth, Ronda will reach down her throat, pull her insides out, and play jump rope with her Fallopian tube. Rock decks Triple H and backs him into the corner. Ronda BODYSLAMS TRIPLE H! Ronda grabs Stephanie and shoves her out of the ring. The Rock grabs the mic and says Triple H and Steph just got owned and says The Rock and Ronda Rousey just laid the smackdown on their candy asses.
Bray Wyatt vs. The Undertaker
Wyatt charges at Taker, but Taker drops him with a big boot. Taker unloads with right hands and then drives a knee into Wyatt’s midsection. Taker takes Wyatt down with a shoulder tackle. Taker takes Wyatt down with Old School. Taker comes off the ropes, but Wyatt takes him down with a big clothesline. Taker gets up and drags Wyatt to the outside. Taker slams Wyatt into the ring apron and then kicks Wyatt in the head. Tajer drops a leg on Wyatt on the apron. Taker delivers Snake Eyes to Wyatt and goes for the big boot, but Wyatt takes him down. Wyatt unloads on Taker in the corner and beats down Taker. Wyatt drives a knee into Taker’s midsection in the corner and then drops him with a big clothesline. Wyatt goes for the cover, but Taker kicks out at one. Wyatt and Taker are both down and Taker crawls toward Wyatt in the corner. Wyatt drags Taker to the corner and punches him against the ring post. Wyatt drives a knee into Taker’s head against the ring post. Wyatt goes after Taker, but Taker locks in Hell’s Gate. Wyatt fights his way out. Taker gets to his feet, but Wyatt grabs him and slams him down to the mat. Wyatt splashes down on Taker, but Taker kicks out at two. Wyatt pulls himself up and waits for Taker to get up. Wyatt goes for Sister Abigail, but Taker counters and drops Wyatt with a choke slam. Taker signals that the Tombstone is coming, and he delivers it. Wyatt kicks out at two. Taker kicks Wyatt in the head and signals for another Tombstone. Wyatt counters into Sister Abigail and goes for the cover, but Taker kicks out of two. Wyatt does the crab walk and Taker sits up. Wyatt crumbles down and they stare at each other. Wyatt and Taker exchange right hands, but Wyatt takes control. Wyatt goes for Sister Abigail again, but Taker counters into the Tombstone for the pin fall.
Winner: The Undertaker.
Chris Jericho’s Podcast will be on the WWE Network with John Cena as his guest on Monday, April 6th.
We see the video hype package for the feud between Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns.
WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match: Brock Lesnar (c) (w/Paul Heyman) vs. Roman Reigns
Reigns and Lesnar battle it out and Lesnar slams Reigns into the corner. Lesnar delivers a German suplex to Reigns and drops him with the F5. Lesnar is bleeding and drives a knee into Reigns’ midsection. Lesnar suplexes Reigns again. Lesnar goes for another German, but Reigns fights out. Reigns tries to clothesline Lesnar, but Lesnar doesn’t fall and counters into a German suplex. Lesnar beats down Reigns in the corner and slams him down again. Lesnar says, “Suplex City, Bitch” to Reigns. Reigns fights back, but Lesnar hits another German suplex. Lesnar drives his knee into Reigns’ midsection and hits another German. Lesnar keeps the attack with the knees and then drapes him over the top rope. Lesnar drives his knees into Reigns’ face. Lesnar charges at Reigns and knocks him into the barricade. Lesnar charges again, but Reigns counters and drives his knee into Lesnar’s face. Reigns kicks Lesnar, but Lesnar counters with a huge clothesline that sends Reigns down to the floor. Lesnar gets Reigns back into the ring and drops him with another German suplex. Reigns falls to the outside again. Lesnar suplexes Reigns back into the ring. Lesnar drops Reigns with the F5, but Reigns kicks out. Lesnar takes off his gloves and tosses them to the outside. Lesnar slaps Reigns across the face. Lesnar stomps away on Reigns and then drops him with another suplex. And another. And then drops him with another F5. Lesnar goes for the cover, but Reigns kicks out again. Reigns shoves Lesnar into the ring post and Lesnar is busted wide open the hard way. Reigns hits Lesnar with the Superman Punch, and another, but Lesnar doesn’t fall. Lesnar goes for another German, but Reigns counters and hits another Superman Punch and a Spear. Lesnar gets up, but Reigns hits another Spear. Reigns goes for the cover, but Lesnar kicks out at two. Reigns goes for another Superman, but Lesnar catches him and drops him with another F5. Seth Rollins’ music hits and he charges the ring. He is cashing in! Rollins kicks Reigns out of the ring and Curb Stomps Lesnar. He goes for another Curb Stomp, but Lesnar catches him. Reigns spears Lesnar and ROllins hits the Curb Stomp on Reigns and gets the pin fall.
Winner and NEW WWE World Heavyweight Champion: Seth Rollins.