WWE WrestleMania 35 results: Becky Lynch, Kofi Kingston and Seth Rollins all claim gold


WrestleMania 35 took over the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey this evening as WWE hosted their biggest PPV of the year.

Despite every 'Mania being historic, this one had a special feeling to it, and that was because it was being main evented by a women's match - the first time in history that has happened.

Both Women's Championships were on the line as Ronda Rousey, Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair shared the ring and closed out the show.

Rousey was putting her RAW Women's Championship on the line, whilst Charlotte was putting her SmackDown Live Women's Championship on the line.

Elsewhere, Daniel Bryan and Brock Lesnar defended their titles against Kofi Kingston and Seth Rollins respectively, whilst every other title was also on the line in what was an action-packed night in NJ.

Here are the full results from this year's WrestleMania.


Tony Nese def. Buddy Murphy (c) - Cruiserweight Championship - New Champion

The first match-up of the night saw the first title change. After a back and forth contest, it was Tony Nese who picked up the three-count, becoming the new Cruiserweight Champion in the process.

Carmella wins the WrestleMania Women's Battle Royal

After Sarah Logan surprisingly eliminated Asuka, it looked like she had won the Battle Royal, however, Carmella snuck back into the ring and after a brief exchange, eliminated the member of the Riott Squad.


Curt Hawkins and Zack Ryder def. The Revival (c) - RAW Tag Team Championship - New Champions

The streak's over!

Another WrestleMania and another streak was ended. Not quite as big as The Undertaker's illustrious streak, but Curt Hawkins finally got a win as he and Zack Ryder defeated The Revival to win the RAW Tag Team Championship.

Braun Strowman wins the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal

After a rather farcical Battle Royal, it was Braun Strowman who was left standing tall in the middle of the ring.

Main Show

Seth Rollins def. Brock Lesnar (c) - Universal Championship - New Champion

After being battered before the bell, it was looking impossible for Seth Rollins, but with the referee down, a low blow swung things in his favour.

Three Curb Stomps later, and Rollins became the new Universal Champion.

AJ Styles def. Randy Orton

As expected, the two wrestling veterans put on a great showing at WrestleMania, but it was The Phenomenal Forearm and AJ Styles that prevailed.


The Usos (c) def. The Bar, Rusev & Shinsuke Nakamura and Ricochet & Aleister Black - SD Live Tag Team Championship

The Usos went into WrestleMania as SD Live Tag Team Champions, and they left the same despite being put in a fatal-four-way match.

Shane McMahon def. The Miz

In what was one of the best matches of the night, Shane McMahon secured the win over The Miz after somewhat fortunately falling on top of his opponent after a huge suplex.

No words can justify the crazy spot that finished the match, so just watch it for yourself below!

The IIconics def. Boss n Hug (c), Natalya & Beth Phoenix and Nia Jax & Tamina - Women's Tag Team Championship Fatal-Four-Way - New Champions

The IIconics proved that they don't just talk the talk, but they also walk the walk after defeating three other tag teams to win the Women's Tag Team Championship.

Kofi Kingston def. Daniel Bryan (c) - WWE Championship - New Champion

Kofi Mania was well and truly upon us as Kingston defeated Daniel Bryan to become the new WWE Champion in an absolute classic.

Samoa Joe (c) def. Rey Mysterio - US Championship

With Mysterio picking up an injury on Monday Night Raw, there were doubts about his fitness heading into WrestleMania. Going by the match, he's still carrying the knock as Joe put him to sleep within minutes of the bell to retain his title.

Roman Reigns def. Drew McIntyre

In his big comeback fight from successfully beating leukaemia, Roman Reigns picked up the win over Drew McIntyre courtesy of a Superman Punch and a spear.

Triple H def. Batista

With his in-ring career on the line, Triple H dug deep and defeated long-term rival Batista in the No Holds Barred match - with a little help from a certain Nature Boy Ric Flair.

Baron Corbin def. Kurt Angle

The match that got slammed in the build-up due to its lack of prestige ended up with Baron Corbin picking up a shock win over Kurt Angle in the legend's final ever match.

Finn Balor def. Bobby Lashley (c) - Intercontinental Championship - New Champion

The Demon Finn Balor successfully became a two-time Intercontinental Champion as he defeated Bobby Lashley in emphatic fashion.

Becky Lynch def. Ronda Rousey (c) and Charlotte Flair - Women's Championship - New Champion

In the WrestleMania main event, it was 'The Man' Becky Lynch who took home both titles as she defeated Ronda Rousey and Charlotte Flair.

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