On Sunday, March 29th WWE held their 31st annual Wrestlemania spectacular from the home of the San Fransisco 49er’s, Levi’s stadium.

In the main event of the evening former UFC heavyweight champion and current WWE world heavyweight champion, Brock Lesnar, defended his title against Roman Reigns. Lesnar who was rumored to be returning to the UFC announced on  Monday that he was giving up fighting for good and had re-signed with WWE for another three years. Reigns has been pegged by many as the next top star in WWE, but he has not been received very well by fans since winning the Royal Rumble in January leaving the outcome of this match even more in question.

The night will also feature six other huge matches over the course of a four hour broadcast. WCW legend, Sting, will wrestle in a WWE ring for the first time when he faces WWE COO, HHH. The Undertaker also returns for the first time since losing at last year’s Wrestlemania to face Bray Wyatt. John Cena also looks to be the first man to defeat Rusev and claim the United States Championship.

Results of the night’s event are below.

FULL RESULTS

Seth Rollins cashed in his money in the bank contract to become the new WWE World Champion
HHH def. Sting
The Undertaker def. Bray Wyatt
John Cena def. Rusev- for the United States Title
Randy Orton def. Seth Rollins
Daniel Bryan won a 7 way ladder match to become intercontinental champion
A.J. Lee & Paige vs. The Bella Twins
Tyson Kidd & Cesaro def. The New Day, The Usos, and Los Matadores to retain the tag team titles
The Big Show wins the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal by eliminating Damian Mizdow last
Ronda Rousey jumped the ramp and joined The Rock in the ring to confront HHH and Stephanie McMahon

About The Author

Trey Downey
Staff Writer

A Central Florida native, Trey Downey's interest in MMA came after a trip to Blockbuster and the rental of UFC 47 on VHS. He has been blogging about the sport since 2011 and hosted a podcast called The TD Experience focusing on football and MMA (touchdowns and takedowns). Trey studied radio and television at the University of Central Florida and will soon be attending the Connecticut School of Broadcasting. Trey enjoys watching sports, pro wrestling and is an avid runner.