After a historic Night 1, WrestleMania 37 concluded Sunday night with a highly anticipated WWE Universal championship triple-threat match between defending champion Roman Reigns, 2021 Royal Rumble winner Edge and Daniel Bryan.
However, Sunday night lacked the same type of intensity with the exception of the Main Event. No rainstorm delays but the show felt flat and slow throughout most of the night. Just another sign of WWE’s inability to capitalize on talent old and new. It’s something that has held back the WWE for the better part of a decade.
Check out the full results below from Night 2:
Randy Orton def. The Fiend
Boy was this a horrible way to start the show. The shine has been off the Fiend for some time. His gimmick makes no sense. He has no purpose. Now Alexa Bliss is being dragged into this gimmick as a possessed demon girl? It’s ridiculous. Randy picks up an odd win in a match that ended with black shit dripping from Bliss’ head. NEXT!
Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler (c) def. Natalya and Tamina to retain the Women’s Tag Team Championship
Oh and it gets worse. Look I like Natalya but she is way past her prime at this point and is quite frankly holding back talent. Jax botched her way through the match until it was finally over. Of all the good women’s tag teams WWE prematurely broke up this is what they decided to give to us. Wow.
Kevin Owens def. Sami Zayn
Owens and Zayn, both talented but both victims of bad booking. They delivered a fun but meaningless match. Some Youtuber kid was there. So the match had that going against it.
Sheamus def. Riddle for the United States Championship
What the hell is up with the digital birds flying out of Riddle’s ass during his entrance? Best part of the match? Seeing Sheamus put his foot through Riddle’s face.
Apollo Crews def. Big E for the Intercontinental Championship
Bathroom break match of the night. Big E sucks. Crews is A warlord or some shit now? Nope. I’m good. NEXT!
Rhea Ripley def. Asuka for the “Raw” Women’s Championship
Finally! A match I was looking forward to. Sadly it really failed to live up to the hype. Ripley is a star and will be the future of the Women’s Division. Problem was her style just clashed with Asuka’s too much. Ripley just bullied Asuka until she finally just pinned her. An okay match with a predictable finish.
Roman Reigns (c) vs. Edge vs. Daniel Bryan for the WWE Universal championship
A match that was built up with heat and intensity. It could’ve gone either way and fans were clearly into this match the most. Best spot of the night, Edge and Daniel Bryan fighting over who to give Reigns a submission move. Reigns is really coming into his own as the top heel in WWE.
What was your favorite match of the night? Let us know in the comments!