WrestleMania 36 was no doubt the most unique event WWE has ever pulled off.
For the first time in 36 years, The Showcase of the Immortals aired over two nights, with no live crowd.
It was billed as being ‘too big for one night’ - and it really did live up to the hype.
Despite being forced into uncharted territory by the ongoing coronavirus situation, WWE really did hit it out of the park.
Night one may have been big, but night two was even bigger.
Check out the full results from Sunday below:
Match 1: Charlotte Flair def. Rhea Ripley to win the NXT Women’s Championship
Match 2: Aleister Black def. Bobby Lashley
Match 3: Otis def. Dolph Ziggler
Match 4: Edge def. Randy Orton in a Last Man Standing match
Match 5: The Street Profits def. Angel Garza and Austin Theory to retain the RAW Tag Team Championships
Match 6: Bayley def. Lacey Evans, Naomi, Sasha Banks and Tamina to retain the SmackDown Women's Championship
Match 7: The Fiend Bray Waytt def. John Cena in Firefly Funhouse Match
Match 8: Drew McIntyre def. Brock Lesnar to win the WWE Championship
As a reminder, here are the results from Saturday (night ONE) as well:
Match 1: Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross def. The Kabuki Warriors (Kairi Sane and Asuka) to win the Women’s Tag Team Championships
Match 2: Elias def. King Corbin
Match 3: Becky Lynch def. Shayna Baszler to retain the RAW Women’s Championship
Match 4: Sami Zayn def. Daniel Bryan to retain the Intercontinental Championship
Match 5: John Morrison def. Jimmy Uso and Kofi Kingston to retain the SmackDown Tag Team Championships
Match 6: Kevin Owens def. Seth Rollins in a No DQ match
Match 7: Braun Strowman def. Goldberg to win the Universal Championship
Match 8: The Undertaker def. AJ Styles in a Boneyard Match
WrestleMania 36 was the most unique event WWE has ever broadcast and it will live long in the memory of all the fans who decided to tune in.
- Undertaker vs AJ Styles Boneyard Match steals the show
- Braun Strowman squashes Goldberg on night one
- Matt Hardy tweets about Boneyard Match