Lesnar, as we know, takes absolute no prisoners and he fought his Universal title match last night as if he was still in the Octagon rather the squared circle. Perhaps, Lesnar was irked about the crowd chanting "this is awful" throughout much of the main event match.
Apparently, Brock Lesnar walked backstage after the match was over and was very angry at something that took place. Some moments were outstanding, while others were freaky and downright bad.
And when he arrogantly mocked him, Undertaker sat up, caught Cena and defeated him with a huge chokeslam and Tombstone piledriver. There was so much great action in this match and tense moments that it was the ideal opening match before Rollins won the Intercontinental Championship for the first time.
A referee called him to the back and he later emerged in his ring gear, before the lights went out in the packed Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
AJ Styles. Low blow aside, it was a good night for Styles.
Fans were convinced the Beast Incarnate would have had his last match in the squared circle at WrestleMania before returning to the UFC. Nakamura has now lost both his WWE Championship opportunities (the other against Jinder Mahal) so a change in direction should be beneficial for him. But it couldnt' be picture ideal, right?
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. An F5 followed, but Reigns survived, and a second F5.
The United States Championship was at stake next with Randy Orton defending against Bobby Roode, Jinder Mahal, and Rusev. Nia dominated the match completely to start off. The way she handled Alexa Bliss was impressive. A stunning debut, puzzling and unpopular results, and the return of multiple legends to in-ring action.
The Royal Rumble. The Royal Rumble victor shouldn't be a lock to win every year, but this year it's worth noting that the two Royal Rumble winners (Asuka and Shinsuke Nakamura) lost their title matches at WrestleMania. Frankly, only Triple H can pull off the look.
The trio went hammer and tongs at each other.
Rollins, Balor and The Miz delivered a ideal WrestleMania opener - a fast-paced, unpredictable bout with a number of false finishes. The Miz however did return to make an impact but that didn't last too long. They delivered, and Charlotte got the win.
The former UFC women's champion dominated the match whenever she was in the ring. The crowd loved Ronda Rousey and was constantly cheering her for the entire duration of the match.
Also on the card that night will be a 50-man Royal Rumble Match, John Cena vs.
The Bar defended the Raw Tag Team Championship against Braun Strowman and a mystery opponent that nobody saw coming. It wasn't a great match, but it didn't need to be.