Ronda Rousey's WWE debut at WrestleMania 34

  • Ronda Rousey's WWE debut at WrestleMania 34

Ronda Rousey's WWE debut at WrestleMania 34

There were some memorable moments. Charlotte ended Asuka's undefeated streak.

A rumored match between John Cena and The Undertaker also came true at WrestleMania.

Whilst WWE Executive Vice President of Special Events, John Saboor, added: "WrestleMania's return to New Orleans once again delivered record results". Brock, who apparently might be returning to the UFC just didn't seem into it and obviously wanted to go home. Roman Reigns. The Universal Championship match may have the attention of casual fans, but we've seen it before. Lesnar's reign, which began at WrestleMania 33, will continue. All good heat, good clean fun in the world of pro wrestling. Shinsuke Nakamura and much more.

The match came to an end when Rousey forced McMahon to tap out, securing a maiden victory for the former MMA star and her partner. There is always room for improvement, but Rousey looked great in the ring. Fantastic first match. She carried her team. She looked strong against Asuka, who has been built up as this unbeatable monster. They like highlighting this stuff.

Canada's first win of the night came via Calgary native Jinder Mahal, who defeated Randy Orton, Peterborough's Bobby Roode and Rusev in a Fatal Fourway match for Orton's USA title. The Miz & The Miztourage by Seth Rollins pinning The Miz following the Curb Stomp. All three deserve credit for their work in the ring. And Rollins goes home the victor. The way she handled Alexa Bliss was impressive. She should have a long title run. It may have been just an average match but it had Daniel Bryan's epic comeback. But Nakamura's heel turn after the match has shaken up the rivalry again and signifies that these two are far from done with each other. It was all about welcoming Bryan back into the fold. It took six F5s to end the match.

For weeks, Roman Reigns called out Brock Lesnar for never showing up. Emotion leads Jax to head to the second rope, hitting an emphatic Samoan Drop to finally win the Raw Women's Championship.

Last night, the Wicklow wrestler competed in his first ever Wrestlemania in New Orleans, and delighted his fans in the LGBT community. Where Royal Rumble is a party, WrestleMania is more intimate. It's Rollins' first Intercontinental title. Her trash talking was on point throughout the match, and she was able to mix it up with the best of them. She has a lot of talent.

The former Olympic bronze medallist pulled off one of the moments of the night when she hoisted Triple H onto her shoulders, before it was broken up by McMahon. Since these two are guaranteed a classic WrestleMania match based on their past performance, this might as well be the match to watch tonight. In her debut, Rousey paid tribute to her deceased hero by sporting gear that resembled his. There's no doubt about it.

WWE WrestleMania 34 will be broadcast live on WWE Network in India.

Winner Gets a RAW Contract: Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn fight to a double count-out. This means that Owens and Zayn can not come back to SmackDown Live. They didn't win. So now what? Worth going out of your way to see. Cena originally planned to sit out the event among the audience, after failing to lock in a match with Undertaker.

I'll probably start off with the customary Savage/Steamboat and move on to some Michaels/Undertaker, the WrestleMania equivalent of setting up the tree and hanging stockings above the fireplace. After whispering something in his ear, Cena hops over the barricade and sprints to the back. Later in the night, he made his way to the ring only to be trolled by Elias. Not only are matches scripted, without actual violence. But it was quick. The match didn't even last five minutes.

With Irishman Sheamus and Swiss superstar Cesaro suffering defeat at the hands of their prepubescent opponents and losing their titles there's no doubt they'll be annoyed to find out the ref in the fight might have been at best a little biased.

WrestleMania is one of the year's biggest wrestling events.