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Wrestlemania 35, The Results

We are ready to bet, maybe on websites reported on bet-pa.com, that for millions of fans scattered across all continents, Sunday, April 7, 2019, will be an unforgettable day because of Wrestlemania 35, the show that, also considering the kickoff, has seen as many as 17 matches disputed. So let’s go and find out the results of each match.

To warm up the environment was the meeting between Buddy Murphy and Tony Nese for the title of lightweights. The winner, after so much fun on the ring, was the challenger Nese who became the new WWE Cruiserweight Champion.

Carmella won the Women’s Battle Royal after eliminating Sarah Logan while really surprisingly Zack Ryder and Curt Hawkins got the better of The Revival, becoming WWE Raw Tag Team Champions. In the last match before the main show, Braun Strowman won again the Andre The Giant Battle Royal after a rather bizarre ending that also involved the stars of Saturday Night Live Michael Che and Colin Jost.

Instead, it only took a few minutes for Seth Rollins to beat Brock Lesnar and become again Universal Champion in one of the probably most disappointing matches of the card given the brevity of the clash between the two.

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Although without belts at stake, the match between AJ Styles and Randy Orton was quite different: a real battle that saw the former triumph.

Even the Fatal 4 Way that saw the Usos come out as winners come, while still being tag team champions of Smackdown, did not disappoint while the falls count anywhere between The Miz and Shane McMahon will be remembered above all for the superplex from almost 5 meters in height made by the former over the latter who, however, became the winner of this violent match.

Billie Kay and Peyton Royce, better known as The IIconics, graduated as tag team champions in the other fatal 4-way WM35.

One of the highlights of the evening was the coronation of Kofi Kingston as the new WWE Champion against Daniel Brayn. A match that came to the end of a feud that began months ago and that saw fans nailed to the TV to follow the progress.

Rey Mysterio’s precarious physical condition turned his match against Samoa Joe into a real squash while Roman Reigns’ victory over Drew McIntyre was celebrated with a real ovation from the public after Reigns’ health problems that had also questioned the continuation of his career at WWE.

Triple H succeeded in beating the returning Batista only thanks to the help of Ric Flair after a very violent match also because of the stipulation No Hold Barred. The audience was silenced instead for the defeat of Kurt Angle in his last match in WWE against Baron Corbin.

Joy and jubilation instead for the demon Finn Balor able to defeat Bobby Lashley and become again intercontinental champion of WWE.

Finally, the main event, the first all-female in the history of the World Wrestling Entertainment with Becky Lynch able to enter without titles in the match and take from Ronda Rousey and Charlotte Flair the belts of champion of both Raw and Smackdown.

Wrestlemania 35 has made history

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