Roman Reigns vs Cody Rhodes match graphic for WWE WrestleMania 39

WWE WrestleMania 39: Night Two Live Coverage, Results & Highlights

After a spectacular first night of WrestleMania 39, we’re back, baby! Night Two has arrived, and so has the conclusion of “The Show of Shows.” Follow along with our live coverage, results, reactions, and any other breaking news of the day!

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Where do we go from here?

We did it, folks! WrestleMania weekend is ending, but the excitement is far from over because we’ve got the thrilling Raw after WrestleMania to look forward to tomorrow night. Expect to see the fallout from WrestleMania and, if tradition is anything to go off of, plenty of surprises, too!

For those diehard WWE fans that are interested, you can also tune in to the post-WrestleMania press conference, now airing on Peacock!


Sheamus reacts to exceptional Intercontinental Title match

There were several outstanding matches at this year’s WrestleMania, but there was one that exemplified exactly what British strong style wrestling is all about. Gunther just barely emerged the winner when he defended his Intercontinental Championship against Sheamus and Drew McIntyre.

Despite the loss, it seems Sheamus is pleased that he and McIntyre performed the way they did. He posted a pic to social media showing the two lying on their backs, spent from the brutal match they encountered this evening. The caption accompanying the photo gives an idea of where Sheamus’ mind is now that he is on the other end of the bout.

One word… PINTS!!

Sheamus also tweeted out his signature catchphrase, emphasizing how proud he was of the match the three men delivered inside the squared circle.

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Bobby Lashley

Bobby Lashley unhappy with his WrestleMania 39 spot?

As noted in our earlier coverage, Bobby Lashley only briefly appeared during WrestleMania 29 Night Two, bringing out his Andre the Giant Memorial Trophy to the stage and waving to the crowd. Recent reports indicated that the match he originally had planned with Bray Wyatt was scrapped because Wyatt was facing some undisclosed illness.

Earlier this weekend, it appeared Lashley might still get some action at ‘Mania when he issued an open challenge to anyone brave enough the step up to him. However, it appeared that idea was also scrapped, as Lashley only got screen time for a brief moment on the show.

Since then, Lashley jumped on social media and liked a collection of tweets criticizing his place on the WrestleMania 39 card. It would appear “The All Mighty” agrees he should have been more heavily featured than the way he was booked.

You can read more about this story here.

Roman Reigns

Roman Reigns vs. Cody Rhodes for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship Pt. 3

Roman is in disbelief, but he makes his way back up and starts pummeling Rhodes with mounted punches. The crowd boos with force as Roman plays up their emotion. He says it’s over now, pulling Cody into the guillotine choke and squeezing his esophagus. Cody is still alive, keeping his arm up as the referee checks on him.

Roman wraps his legs around Cody and won’t let up whatsoever. Cody tries and tries, somehow eventually slipping out and breaking Roman’s guillotine for the first time ever. Roman accidentally wipes out the referee as both men collide in the center of the ring, leaving everyone involved own and out for the moment. Cody is ready for the Crossrhodes, but suddenly, The Usos are here! They team up on Cody, but guess who shows up to help?! Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn. They give Roman a Helluva Kick and a Stunner, and then take the battle to The Usos on the outside.

Cody and the ref can barely crawl into the ring, but when they do, Cody goes for the lackadaisical cover. No, Roman kicked out! They can barely even make it to their feet at this point. They perch up on their knees and begin trading exhausted punches at one another. They continue swinging as they rise to their feet, with neither man getting an advantage for nearly a minute. Roman misses a Superman Punch, and, in memoriam to his Daddy, Cody hits the signature jabs and bionic elbow. Cody with the exclamation point! A crossrhodes! Paul Heyman climbs to the apron and distracts the referee as Solo Sikoa returns to the match, giving a Samoan Spike to Rhodes. Roman picks up the scraps and delivers a spear for the final pin. Roman has retained!

Cody Rhodes

Roman Reigns vs. Cody Rhodes for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship Pt. 2

Back inside the ring, Cody keeps up the momentum with a right hand and a scoop power slam. Cody Cutter off the ropes! But no, we only get the two count with that! The crowd rallies behind “The American Nightmare” as he stomps away at Roman. Reigns rolls out of the ring but Cody isn’t letting up – he connects with a suicide dive that sends Reigns into the barricade forcefully. Cody tosses Reigns back inside the ring, but as he climbs back in, Solo hits Cody with the weight belt he gave Lee’s son. The ref heard it, though! Solo has been ejected!

Roman grabs the weight belt, seemingly trying to get himself disqualified so he can’t lose the Championships. He fights over it with the ref. Cody nails a superkick at the crossrhodes, but no, it only gives him a two-count! The crowd is so invested right now. Cody pulls Roman to his feet but is met with a lawbreaker from the Champ. Clubby blows follow, knocking Cody down to the mat. Roman catches Reigns and goes for a running powerslam. It’s not enough! Roman with a uranage, which Cole refers to as “The Rock Bottom,” but it still only delivers a two count.

Both men are slow to respond now. Roman slowly makes it to the corner, preparing himself for a superman punch. Cody avoids it and hits a pedigree for a 2 and 7/8 count! It was so close. Cody rallies behind the audience as the stadium erupts. Rhodes tries for a Disaster Kick, but it’s reversed into a superman punch in mid-air. Cody is still alive, though! He knows the only thing that will put him away is the spear. Roman crouches in the corner, but as he runs in, Cody jumps over with a sunset flip. It only gives him the two count, which leads him into the classic Dusty Rhodes submission: The Figure-Four Leg Lock. Roman’s shoulder keep going up and down off the mat, forcing the referee to count each time.

Eventually, Roman rolls over and is able to reverse the pressure on Cody. Rhodes quickly scrambles to the ropes and breaks the hold up. Cody slowly makes it up to his feet on the apron of the ring. They trade punches back and forth, with the crowd definitely in favor of Rhodes right now. He bounces Roman’s head off the top rope and jumps off the top. Cody is nailed with a spear! Holy s***, it’s still just a two count! How will this end?!

Roman Reigns

Roman Reigns vs. Cody Rhodes for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship Pt. 1

We’ve arrived! It’s WrestleMania main event time! Based on the crowd’s reaction during the introductions, this crowd is pretty split but seems to favor Cody just a bit more. Roman actually grabs a microphone before the match even gets underway. He calls out to WrestleMania to acknowledge him! Again, more boos ring out than cheers, but he does have some support from the LA crowd.

The bell rings. Reigns and Rhodes stare down in the middle of the ring, building tension. Reigns smiles and backs up, noticeably jazzed up from the crowd. They finally lock up, with Cody pulling Roman into a headlock. He’s definitely better at chain wrestling, but Roman grabs the ropes and escapes. Reigns is in no hurry here; he slowly approaches Cody and gets back into a lock-up. Cody with a headlock takeover that grounds Roman for the time being.

Cody does his signature dropdown punch to get Roman to retreat from the ring. He consults Paul, who tells him that there’s only one head of the table and it’s Roman. Reigns climbs back into the ring and continues the methodical pace. They reverse another hold until Reigns elbows Cody square in the jaw. The crowd boos as Roman poses. In the corner, Reigns delivers several clotheslines to Cody. He comes back with a dropkick, though. A failed pin attempt leads Cody to focus on the arm of Roman. It appears he’s breaking down Roman’s body slowly by executing different holds early on.

An attempt at a disaster kick is reversed into a powerbomb from Roman, who gets a short two-count. Roman connects with a knee to Cody’s face, followed by a vertical suplex for another quick two-count. Another vertical suplex follows, with Roman using his power to toss Cody across the mat. Cody comes back by tossing Roman out of the ring, but as he goes for a punt off the apron, Roman catches his foot and pulls the weight out from under him.

Roman throws Cody onto the hard surface of the entrance ramp as he winces in pain. The torture doesn’t stop there, though, as Roman body slams Cody directly into the floor of the entrance ramps. “The Tribal Chief” tries to continue with the offense, but Cody actually delivers a body slam of his own, spiking Roman into the ramp. They make their way to the opposite side of the ring, still on the floor. Cody and Sikoa have a stare-down, and as “The American Nightmare” heads back into the ring, Sikoa takes a steel chair and spikes him directly in the ribs. The ref’s back was turned!

Reigns follows up with the drive-by on the ring apron for a close two-count. With the unfair advantage playing out, Roman is now in control, putting Cody in a headlock. Cody tries to come back, but his foot is swiped by Sikoa, allowing Roman to regain the advantage immediately. Reigns is focusing directly on the injured ribs, using a hard Irish whip on Cody to the corner. Rhodes is tossed to the floor, where Roman follows and begins to pick apart the announce tables. He slams Cody’s ahead against the top of the table and sets him up for a powerbomb from one table to the other. Cody reverses, though, using a back body drop to smash Roman through the table!

Cody Rhodes

Cody Rhodes & Roman Reigns receive main-event-worthy entrances

Cody comes out in an extravagant, regal coat with wings attached to the back. His pyro is impressive! Cody kisses Brandi and takes his daughter, Liberty, into his arms. He tells her to wave to the audience, but she’s a bit shy about it. Cody hands off his weight belt to Brodie Lee’s son (I’m not crying, you’re crying!)

He climbs to the top rope and poses before the audience, with more pyro erupting from the stage as he does so. In the center of the ring, he kisses the mat and fires himself up in preparation for the biggest match of his life.

Time for “The Tribal Chief.” A collection of piano players are set up at the top of the entrance ramp, playing Roman’s theme song in a classical fashion before, alas, the usual theme we all recognize rings out over the stadium. The crowd is definitely mixed on this one, everyone! Solo Sikoa and Paul Heyman are the only ones accompanying Roman to the ring at this time.

He receives the Universal Championship belt from Paul and lifts it high into the air as pyro explodes into the air. As per usual, Roman takes his time walking down to the ring as Michael Cole goes over the impressive stats of Reigns’ title reign.

Roman Reigns

And then there was one...

We’ve only got one match left on the card, ladies and gents! Roman Reigns defending the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship against Cody Rhodes is coming up soon!

Hall of Fame

Video package recapping the 2023 WWE Hall of Fame is shown

The video featured on the kickoff show is shown again, highlighting what happened at the 2023 Hall of Fame this past Friday. As noted, The Great Muta, Stacy Keibler, Andy Kaufman, and Tim White were this year’s inductees.

The inductees than came out to the stage and took a moment to be celebrated by the WrestleMania crowd, as is tradition.

Bianca Belaire

Kayla Braxton interviews Bianca Belair

Backstage, STILL the Raw Women’s Champion, Bianca Belair, speaks with Kayla about how she’s feeling. She says it’s been a difficult year that’s challenged her over and over, and against Asuka, it almost brought her to her breaking point. But she showed up and she’s still the Champ.

They celebrate with The Divas of Compton as the segment ends.


Edge vs. Finn Balor in a Hell in a Cell match

The bell rings, and both men seem unfazed by strikes. This brings them to the outside right off the bat – Edge grabs a chair and Finn grabs a kendo stick. The Demon swipes away at Edge with the sharp wood, then throws him out of the ring and grinds his face on the cell. He continues using the cell to his advantage, Irish whipping Edge into the cell with force. Back inside the ring, Edge starts fighting back with some mounted punches. Balor tries to collect himself on the apron, but he’s tackled off, sending him straight into the cell wall.

Edge climbs under the ring and pulls out multiple kendo sticks. He wacks Balor multiple times and tosses him face-first back into the cell. Edge has a sick idea with the kendo sticks; he uses them to barricade Finn in the corner of the cell and then climbs to the apron to deliver a dropkick. He’s still trapped in the corner, but as his demon persona, Finn is almost impervious to basic moves. This inspires Edge to go grab a table from under the ring as the crowd erupts with glee.

Balor nearly freed himself by destroying one of the sticks, and as Edge comes over to address him, he rains down punches and tosses Edge shoulder-first into the steel steps. Finn with some chops and tosses Edge back inside the ring. Edge comes back with an impaler DDT, a la Gangrel from The Brood. Edge tries to hit the spear, but he’s instead caught in the sling blade. Edge is tossed from the ring to the cell, crumbling to the floor upon colliding with the steel. Finn hits a running dropkick that propels Edge straight into a table propped against the cell wall.

Finn tosses multiple chairs at Edge’s face, but he is able to deflect the third one and come back with a kick. In a tribute to Christian, Edge hits the killswitch/unprettier. He then sets himself up in the corner and prepares for the spear, but no, Finn kicks him and pulls him into an inside cradle for a two count. Edge-O-Matic comes after that, but Finn kicks out at 1. Oh boy, Edge just pulled out a ladder!

He immediately tosses the ladder right into The Demon’s face, which collides with his face and brings the first bloodshed to the bout. Medical staff comes in and starts tending to Balor. While the doctors focus on Balor, Edge pulls out another ladder and several more kendo sticks. One of the ladders is then set up in the corner of the ring while The Demon suddenly rises back up to his feet. Edge goes for a powerbomb, but he’s met with a standing double stomp. Finn attempts the coup de grace, but it’s thwarted.

Both men are spent at this point. The Demon hits a sling blade, a shotgun dropkick, and the coup de grace. But this is Hell in a Cell – it’s not going to be that simple! His next move is to go to the top rope to try a super coup de grace, but Edge catches him with a kendo stick to the head. Edge meets him at the top and pulls Finn into an impaler DDT for a 2 count. Edge now sets a table up inside the ring. As he turns around, The Demon whacks him over and over with a kendo stick. Finn lays him on the table and climbs up the cell to go for a super coup de grace! But no, Edge rolled out of the way, and Finn stomps right through the wood. That was wild!

Edge hits the spear out of nowhere! No, The Demon hasn’t been laid to rest quite yet. Edge gets the two count and then starts looking around desperately for the next move. He connects with a steel chair to Finn’s back over and over, then sets him up for the one-man conchairto. Edge connects and rolls Finn’s lifeless body over for the 1-2-3!

FInn Balor

Edge & Finn Balor receive epic entrances

It appears WWE and The Pope’s Exorcist have done a crossover for this entrance. Russel Crowe is on the screen! He has a narrated video explaining how to defeat a demon decisively. He finishes by saying, “The ritual is about to begin at WrestleMania!”

It’s The Brood music! Fire erupts all over the arena as Edge rises up from under the floor with a gnarly-looking, reflective skull headpiece. He spreads his arms, revealing long bat wings that stretch across his back. Suddenly, the music shifts to his classic “Metalingus” theme, and Edge reveals himself under the entrance attire. The stadium sings along to Edge’s theme as he makes his way into the cell.

As for “The Demon,” Finn Balor – he is never one to be shown up with an entrance. This time around, The Demon has a Judgment Day-inspired theme to it, with purple streamers and paint included in his costume. Additionally, a headpiece has spikes sprouting from the top of his head as though it was some sort of mohawk. Once he got about halfway down the ring, he grabbed devices emitting purple smoke and waved them around as the camera temporarily went into slow motion.

Alright, this one is about to get going!


Hell in a Cell is next!

What appears to be the final chapter in the Edge vs. The Judgment Day saga is next. Edge goes one-on-one with “The Demon” Finn Balor in a Hell in a Cell match. Let’s gooooo!

Shane McMahon

Shane McMahon injured in WrestleMania return match!

Snoop Dogg tells The Miz, “Uh oh, you’re in trouble.” The crowd is going crazy for Shane! He grabs a mic and tells the crowd that he feels amazing after the warm reception he received. Snoop tells Miz that he wants Shane to take care of Miz, to which he happily obliges. The bell rings as Snoop exits the ring. Shane nails Miz with some of his signature punches. Shane jumps over The Miz with a toe touch, but Shane has tweaked his knee and can’t make it back to his feet.

Snoop tries to diffuse the situation, climbing into the ring and punching Miz square in the mouth twice. He sets him up for The People’s Elbow and performs it perfectly for the 3 count! The match suddenly changed to The Miz vs. Snoop instead of Shane. Great improvising from a rap legend!

Shane McMahon

Shane McMahon is back!!!

The Miz and Snoop are back, this time revealing what the numbers are for the crowd this evening. 81,395 people are watching from the stadium, bringing the two-day total to 161,892!

The Miz then opens up to Snoop about how he’s frustrated he volunteered him for a match with Pat McAfee. Snoop says my bad, but when Miz gives him a rebuttal, he says he meant “my bad” because Shane McMahon is here!

Bianca Belaire

Asuka vs. Bianca Belair for the Raw Women's Championship

The bell rings, and we start fast and aggressively, with Bianca hitting dropkicks and shoulder tackles into the corner turnbuckles. The EST of WWE mounts Asuka in the corner and rains down punches. She stays on her with a suplex, but Asuka finds a way to stagger her with a kick. Asuka nails spinning back fists and a roundhouse kick to bring Belair down. Asuka then with a bulldog and a running kick for the first two count of the match. Asuka gives some kicks to a grounded Belair, but Bianca pushes her off and climbs to the top rope with her.

Asuka slides through the legs of Belair and tries for a powerbomb, but it’s avoided. Belair with a spinebuster for a two count of her own. Belair tries to go for her back-handspring moonsault, but she gets caught in a submission hold. It eventually morphs into an Asuka lock! Belair rolls under the ropes and tries to collect herself on the outside. The two women battle on the outside, reversing one another until Bianca hits a picture-perfect sit-out powerbomb on Asuka. She tosses her back inside the ring, but it only ends up allowing a two-count.

Belair misses a shoulder tackle in the corner and collides with the ring post. This gives Asuka a chance to rally; Bianca attempts a glam slam, but it’s reversed into an ankle lock. Belair rolls through, but Asuka comes back with a dropkick off the ropes for another two. “The Empress of Tomorrow” comes back with some kicks to the face, eventually leading them to the ring apron where they continue exchanging strikes. Asuka dropkicks Belair into the ring post, causing her to collapse and roll into the ring. Asuka isn’t done on the apron, though – she attempts to suplex Asuka from the ring to the floor, but Belair throws her face into the post instead.

They continue their battle on the apron until Bianca stands on the second rope and suplexes Asuka from off the apron into the ring. Still, as impressive as it looked, it only gets the two count. No one has a clear advantage as we continue on; they continue reversing one another with victory rolls, backslides, and other maneuvers until Asuka kicks Bianca straight in the head. The crowd yells out dueling chants for the women as they continue reversing one another. Bianca with a blockbuster and a handspring moonsault for a 2 and 7/8 count! Asuka delivers a knee, but Bianca’s momentum sends her off the ropes with a tackle.

The EST climbs to the top rope but is met there by Asuka. She swipes Belair’s leg out and attempts to take control. It looks like Belair is going for an avalanche KOD! Asuks escapes and uses Belair’s braid for a codebreaker. Bianca catches Asuka in the corner with a reversal, allowing her to nail the glam slam into the turnbuckles. The crowd is truly spilt right now! Belair tries to finish with the KOD, but Asuka hangs on and sends her into the ref. She’s okay, though! Belair turns around and nearly gets the blue mist, but she ducks! Belair tries for the KOD again, but it turns into the armbar from Asuka! She struggles, but eventually, Belair turns the armbar into the KOD for the 1-2-3! She did it! Belair retains!


Asuka & Bianca Belair receive spectacular entrances!

The Raw Women’s Championship competitors received some special, flashy entrances this evening. For Asuka, not only did she have a new mask with new attire, but she also had several extras dressed like her leading up the entrance ramp.

Bianca Belair had The Divas of Compton dance group come in and do an extravagant, impressive performance to her entrance music. They killed it, too! Bianca comes in with her special WrestleMania gear and twirls her braid down the ramp as the dancers flex their muscles on the ramp.

Bianca Belaire

The Raw Women's Title match is up next!

As we head into a break, it is revealed that Bianca Belair vs. Asuka for the Raw Women’s Championship is the next match on the card! Stay tuned with us 🤘

Big E

Big E astounded by WrestleMania 39 match!

After the stunning triple threat match between Gunther, Sheamus, and Drew McIntyre, Big E took to social media and gave it some of the highest praise wrestlers can receive.

That may legitimately be my new favorite match. #WrestleMania

As noted, Gunther pulled out the victory and retained the Intercontinental Championship by powerbombing Sheamus into the head of Drew McIntyre and then following that up with a powerbomb to Drew McIntyre for the pinfall.


Gunther vs. Sheamus vs. Drew McIntyre for the Intercontinental Title

Titus O’Neil is on commentary for this one!

We’ve arrived! The bell rings, and the crowd is already roaring from excitement. Gunther yells at Sheamus, but McIntyre gives him an immediate claymore kick to send him out of the ring. Sheamus and Drew exchange stiff punches. Off the ropes, Drew with a kick, but Sheamus back with a clothesline and a series of uppercuts. Drew gets a shoulder tackle in to get control back. His chops are answered with an Irish curse backbreaker. These two match each other move for move.

Gunther comes in and starts chopping down both men. Sheamus fights back but gets pulled into another chop that sends him buckling under himself. Gunther keeps Drew on the apron and returns to Sheamus. He viciously kicks him in the face and hits some of the loudest chops you’ll ever hear. Sheamus tries to fight back with clubby blows, but he receives a backbreaker and Boston crab for his troubles. Drew boots Gunther and slaps him. They start trading hard shots in the middle of the ring, including a battle of chops that reverberate off the stadium walls!

Sheamus is back in the ring now, swinging European uppercuts at Gunther with full force. Sheamus and Drew start battling over who gets to attack Gunther next, but they’re distracted long enough that Gunther comes back and takes out both men. Sheamus pulls Gunther into the ten beats of the Bodhran, but Drew helps out, too, chopping Gunther with each beat. Gunther crumbles to the ground, and Drew knocks Sheamus off the ring apron. Sheamus responds by getting Drew into the ten beats of the Bodhran – but no, this time, he hits Drew in the chest “29 and a half” times. Gunther halts his momentum with a running clothesline for a close two-count.

Gunther cries out for Sheamus to get to his feet as he prepares himself in the corner. He goes full-force with a stiff lariat that gives him yet another two. McIntyre off the top rope out of nowhere with a flying clothesline on Gunther. He sets Gunther up in the corner and tosses Sheamus with a belly-to-belly on top of Gunther. Drew nails a future shock DDT on Sheamus but then pivots his attention to Gunther. He misses the Claymore and gets a Powerbomb right into the mat. But no, Drew is still in it!

Gunther goes to the top rope, but Sheamus stops him with a chop to the chest. He picks Sheamus up onto his shoulders and leaps off the second rope with an avalanche white noise! Sheamus hit the Celtic cross, but it still only results in a two-count! This one is wild! Sheamus locks in a Texas cloverleaf on Gunther, but since there’s no DQ, the ropes won’t break the hold. Eventually, McIntyre comes in and puts Sheamus in a sleeper hold. Sheamus knocks him off with headbutts, and connects with knees to the faces of both Gunther and Drew McIntyre. Sheamus connects with the brogue kick, but just as he’s about to secure the three count, Drew pulls his leg out of the pinfall. Sheamus is infuriated!

Drew and Sheamus start destroying one another on the outside with strike after strike! Drew climbs into the ring and does a diving swanton splash over the top rope onto Sheamus! OMG! That was breathtaking! McIntyre is 6’5″! Back inside the ring, Sheamus hits the Brogue Kick out of nowhere. Even still, Drew gets his shoulder up at 2. Drew with the Glasgow Kiss and the Claymore kick for another 2 and 7/8 count. These men are spent, and the crowd is still captivated! Drew pulls Sheamus to his knees, and they start exchanging right hands and haymakers. Gunther comes out of nowhere with a huge top rope splash on both men, followed by powerbomb to Sheamus where he lands on Drew’s head. Another powerbomb to Drew gives him the victory! Gunther retains!

Xavier Woods

Xavier Woods and UpUpDownDown predict the triple threat Intercontinental Title match

Similar to last night, Xavier Woods and some fellow WWE stars join up, representing Xavier’s UpUpDownDown YouTube Channel. They simulate Gunther vs. Drew McIntyre vs. Sheamus, and 42% of the time, the video game gave Drew the win.

This one will surely be one of the best matches of WrestleMania weekend!

Bobby Lashley

Bobby Lashley comes out to celebrate his Battle Royal win

Bobby comes out in street clothes and carries the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal trophy on his shoulder. But no, despite reports that he may have an open challenge on tonight’s show, the next spot on the card looks to be Gunther defending the Intercontinental Title against Sheamus and Drew McIntyre.

Bobby Lashley

The Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal is highlighted

Could Bobby Lashley’s open challenge be next at WrestleMania? Stay tuned!

Ronda Rousey

Liv Morgan & Raquel vs. Shotzi & Natalya vs. Chelsea Green & Sonya Deville vs. Shayna & Ronda

We get started with Morgan and Sonya Deville trading some reversals. A quick Codebreaker sends Deville into the corner of Nattie and Shotzi. Natalya in with a running basement dropkick on Natalya. Liv uses head scissors to send Nat into her own corner, tagging Raquel in the process. Natalya tries to fight back but her discus forearm is thwarted by a boot for Rodriguez.

Chelsea Green tags in for Nattie and tries a dropkick, but it doesn’t faze Raquel. Shotzi gets in, but things quickly dissolve into chaos. Liv, Raquel, and Nattie stand tall in the ring as they face off with Ronda on the outside. Chelsea and Sonya surprise attack the three women and toss them out of the ring. Shotzi retaliates with a crossbody on Deville and Green. Nattie pushes the middle rope down and assists Shotzi with an impressive suicide dive to the outside on multiple women. Raquel is coming after Green on the top rope, inspiring her to leap off the top and splash onto several women on the floor.

Raquel pulls Liv into a powerbomb position and then launches her up, over the ropes, and into all the other women on the outside of the ring. Green tags in Raquel, and she comes in with a fallaway slam on Shotzi. She follows it up with a corkscrew elbow drop. Raquel goes for her finisher, but Chelsea Green and Raquel get a surprise attack on her, teaming up with kicks and knees to send Raquel out of the ring.

Shotzi and Nattie work together for a teamed-up sliced bread no. 2 and a hart attack for the 2 count. Nattie manages to get both Deville and Green in a double sharpshooter, but Liv morgan comes out of nowhere with a knee to Nattie. Everyone is hurt, but Liv climbs to her feet first. She drags Sonya to her corner and tags herself in. Shotzi, also legal, hits a double underhook tiger suplex, a knee, but she misses a roundhouse kick. Liv with a codebreaker and the oblivion, but Ronda sneakily tags herself in, now.

Rousey takes advantage of the scraps, putting Shotzi in the armbar for a quick submission.

Liv Morgan

The WrestleMania Showcase four-way tag team match is next!

Liv Morgan & Raquel Rodriguez vs. Shotzi & Natalya vs. Chelsea Green & Sonya Deville vs. Shayna Baszler & Ronda Rousey is on the way.

Brock Lesnar

Omos vs. Brock Lesnar

The two mammoths stare each other down as the crowd cheers! The bell rings, and we’re off! Lesnar tries to go for a tackle but is easily tossed across the ring. Shoulder tackles from Brock are pushed off. An elbow and headbutt send Brock staggering. A huge body slam by the 7’4″ Omos to Lesnar! Another slam and multiple forearms are drilled into Brock’s back. Omos stays on the attack with a bear hug, causing Brock to wince in pain as he tries to escape.

Omos runs Brock into the corner and keeps beating him down. Omos with another slam to keep Lesnar off his feet; meanwhile, MVP yells, “That’s it!” from ringside. Another bear hug is put in on Lesnar. The crowd starts rallying behind Brock, but it’s futile – he gets hit with a chokeslam and a near-two count. Graves and Michael Cole are shocked on commentary.

The Nigerian Giant misses a splash in the corner and is hit with German suplexes! What a spectacle! We’re in Suplex City, b****! Three Germans sets Omos up for an F-5, but Brock can’t make it. No, he can! A HUGE F-5 to Omos for the 3 count! WOW!

The Miz

The Miz and Snoop Dogg are back in the house

The Miz and Snoop Dogg return, evoking applause from the audience when they bring up Rhea Ripley winning the SmackDown Women’s Title and Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn winning the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Titles.

It’s time to get the show started, and first up, “The Nigerian Giant” Omos vs. “The Beast Incarnate” Brock Lesnar!


Kevin Hart is back for the Night Two intro video

Similar to how last night got started, Kevin Hart is back, saying that tonight, the WWE Universe wants more of everything. It’s time for more star power, more action, more romance, and more Kevin Hart 😂

A montage is shown hyping up the matches we’ll see tonight as Hart tells us to grab a snack and a beverage.


Here we go!

The classic intro for WWE programming featured Roman Reigns saying, “Acknowledge me!” I think that’s new!

Jimmy Allen sings “America the Beautiful” as we get started with WrestleMania Night Two!

Roman Reigns

The Kickoff Panel highlights the WrestleMania 39 main event

We see a video package delving into the story of Roman Reigns vs. Cody Rhodes. It’s that big fight feel!!!

The kickoff panel is back, with Rosenberg emphasizing just how dominant Reigns is. But since people believe in Cody so much, the fans might be shocked if Cody fails. Barrett agrees, saying there is so much pressure on Cody right now because it’s his first ‘Mania main event, and he’s up against the best of the best. Patrick asks what makes Cody different from people like Brock Lesnar. Booker says Cody is different because he left this company, continued on his journey to dominate the rest of the pro wrestling world, and then returned to win the classic WWE Title his daddy couldn’t win.

Rosenberg discusses how The Bloodline is feeling after The Uso’s loss in last night’s Undisputed WWE Tag Team Title match. He says that it’s always been Roman at the top, so their loss shouldn’t affect him much. Nevertheless, he believes the morale amongst the group is probably low. Patrick questions if this will actually be the night where The Bloodline falls. Barrett speaks up, pointing out how Cody has watch this dominance for three years and is challenged with doing the unthinkable.

Barrett predicts that Roman Reigns will continue his streak of dominance. For Booker, he loves Cody with all his heart, and he wants him to become the champion. Patrick loves Cody, but he still picks Roman Reigns.

Byron Saxton

Byron Saxton gets the WWE Universe's take on Roman vs. Cody

When asking two fans who they think will win at WrestleMania 39, a woman named Emily says it is without a doubt Reigns this time. Diego picks Cody and is amped up as he says Cody will leave as the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion.

Bianca Belaire

Kickoff panel highlights Asuka vs. Bianca Belair for the Raw Women's Title

A video package is shown hyping up the Raw Women’s Title match between defending champ, Bianca Belair, and her challenger, Asuka. This won’t be the first time they’ve ever clashed, but it is the first time they’ll compete with this “evil clown” character.

The kickoff panel discusses the complexion of this match, with Booker saying that Bianca seems unstoppable as of late, but it isn’t an upset if Asuka wins. Asuka is one of the best of all time, so Booker sees them essentially as equals. Wade Barrett thinks Bianca has always been courageous in the face of adversity, but this is one of the first times she seems perplexed about what to do with an opponent.

Kevin Patrick thinks Bianca is chomping at the bit and just wants to get the match started. Rosenberg recalls how Ric Flair was listing some of the greatest Japanese stars in history back at the 2023 Hall of Fame, and among those, he listed Asuka. Kayla thinks they aren’t giving Bianca enough credit, even saying, “Is Asuka ready for Bianca?” They agree that she is a formidable champion, always shows up, and is basically like the female John Cena.

Wade Barrett chooses Asuka as the winner. Booker T selects Bianca Belair tonight. Kevin Patrick goes with Belair as his pick, too. Rosenberg agrees that Belair retains the title.


Rundown of the WrestleMania 39 Night Two card

We’re less than 30 minutes away, everyone! Here’s the final card for Night Two of WrestleMania, headlined by Roman Reigns defending the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship against Cody Rhodes.

  • Undisputed WWE Universal Championship: Roman Reigns (c) vs. Cody Rhodes
  • Raw Women’s Championship: Bianca Belair (c) vs. Asuka
  • Intercontinental Championship: Gunther (c) vs. Drew McIntyre vs. Sheamus
  • Hell in a Cell: Edge vs. Finn Balor
  • Brock Lesnar vs. Omos
  • Liv Morgan & Raquel Rodriguez vs. Ronda Rousey & Shayna Baszler vs. Natalya & Shotzi vs. Chelsea Green & Sonya Deville

George Kittle stops by the WrestleMania Kickoff Panel

Kittle makes an appearance after his involvement in last night’s impromptu Pat McAfee match last night. He had a blast, saying Pat asked if he wanted to jump the barricade and be involved, and he was down for it. They look back at the moment as he gives a little commentary about how it felt.

Kittle says that it was a dream to be a part of it. He feels like a 13-year-old kid who can’t stop smiling now. Barrett brings up how Gronk and McAfee have made the transition – if he got the opportunity, he would always return those calls. Booker comes up with a catchphrase, “My name is Kittle; I’ll make you taste the Skittle,” or something to that accord.

Kittle is hyped for Roman vs. Cody but also for the Finn vs. Edge Hell in a Cell match. He predicts that The Demon will be the one to pull out the victory in that one. Kittle wants to see Cody, KO, and Sami reign at the top together, but he is also a fan of Roman’s title streak eventually reaching 1,000 days.

Rey Mysterio

The Kickoff Panel talks Rey and Dominik Mysterio

Braxton, Barrett, Booker, Rosenberg, and Patrick all praise Rey Mysterio for his classy attitude and his abilities inside the ring. His HoF speech was also one of the best they’d ever heard. Barrett and Booker both say he’s their favorite Superstar of all time.

Rosenberg says that despite his loss last night, Dom proved that he is a surefire superstar one day. Booker agrees, saying it was a breakthrough performance that raised his stock.

We also see a recap of the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal, where Bobby Lashley emerged the winner after lastly eliminating Bronson Reed.

Hall of Fame

The 2023 WWE Hall of Fame Ceremony is highlighted

A video package is shown featuring moments from last night’s WWE Hall of Fame ceremony. The Great Muta, Stacy Keibler, Andy Kaufman, and Tim White were inductees.

Brock Lesnar

Kickoff Panel highlights Brock Lesnar vs. Omos

We see a video package highlighting the clash of the titans later tonight: Brock Lesnar vs. Omos! You can see some of their stats below:

Height: Brock Lesnar 6’3″ vs. Omos 7’3″

Weight: Brock Lesnar 286 lbs. vs. 410 lbs.

Reach: Brock Lesnar 81″ vs. Omos 87″

Finishing Move: Brock Lesnar’s F-5 vs. Omos’ Double Choke Bomb

The kickoff panel is excited for this one, but Booker T believes this will be a totally new dynamic for Lesnar because Omos has untapped potential. Booker thinks that if Brock can defeat Omos tonight, it will launch him out past the stratosphere. Rosenberg speaks up, pointing out how he thinks this is the first time Brock is legitimately afraid this time around.

Wade recalls how Brock tried to jump Omos this past week, but it didn’t work, and because of that, Omos might have Brock’s number. The MVP factor plays into it, too. Wade thinks Omos is at his best right now because of the guidance MVP has given him these past few months. Booker agrees, saying that MVP gives him all the check marks he needs to be a legitimate star.

Wade Barrett predicts the winner will be Omos. This time, Booker agrees and goes with Omos. Kevin Patrick chooses Brock Lesnar. Lastly, Rosenberg goes with Omos as his choice for the winner.

Booker T

We see the new WWE Elite Series action figures (again)

This was the same as last night, too. Booker T and Wade Barrett talk a little bit about earning an action figure and how important that was to them.

Cody Rhodes

Cody Rhodes and his family have arrived at WrestleMania 39!

“The American Nightmare” is in the building, y’all! Cody Rhodes was shown on camera exiting his tour bus and entering the arena with Brandi Rhodes and their daughter, Liberty.


WWE Snapchat Filters are shown during the Kickoff Show

We mentioned earlier this week that special WWE Snapchat filters are available until this Sunday! The kickoff panel has some fun trying them on.

You can read more about those Snapchat filters at this link.


Greg Miller stops by the WWE Kickoff Panel

Greg Miller from “This is Awesome!” makes an appearance, saying the moment that stood out most to him was Rhea Ripley holding up the WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship as Charlotte Flair smiled. Rosenberg asks him about Dominik Mysterio vs. Rey Mysterio, and Miller praises the two for their gimmicks and the performance they dished out.

Miller says The Bloodline is dead now after The Usos lost last night. He predicts Cody will go over Roman and take his place at the top of WWE. He also notes that Theory was slimy and stole the victory from John Cena last night. Miller goes back to the Rey vs. Dom match, celebrating Snoop driving him into the ring and the low-rider reference.

Other than Cody vs. Roman, Miller is most excited to see the Hell in a Cell match between Edge and Finn Balor. He predicts that Edge will be the winner! They ask Miller what his favorite WrestleMania moments are, and he mentions how watching The Rock vs. Hulk Hogan is the one that stays with him to this day. Rosenberg’s favorite moment is Hulk Hogan slamming Andre the Giant.


We see a WrestleMania Night One recap video

They feature the video from the conclusion of Night One of WrestleMania, showing clips about the matches and moments that made up the evening.

Full results and reactions from last night’s WrestleMania Night One can be seen at this link.

FInn Balor

The kickoff panel highlights "The Demon" Finn Balor vs. Edge in Hell in a Cell

What a journey we’ve been on between Edge and Finn Balor! Remember when Judgement Day started, and fans were uneasy about Edge’s sudden shift into the leader of a heel faction? The betrayals, the battles, and the bloodshed. This one is going to be epic! Captivating video package.

Kevin Patrick is hyped after watching that! He looks back all the way to last year at WrestleMania, and how Judgment Day has been elevated the entire time. Barrett feels a personal connection to this match. He thinks Edge is the best at accessing his dark side, so this is a test in a way for Finn’s dark side. Rosenberg is surprised that he didn’t give much credit to The Demon. He believes this is the best Balor they’ve ever seen and, therefore, will be the best Demon we’ll ever see.

Booker T praises Edge for creating The Judgment Day but gives Balor credit for his ability to bring the group to a whole new level. Barrett believes that if he needs any inspiration, watch Rhea Ripley from Night One.

Barrett chooses Edge as his pick for the winner. Booker T leans toward The Demon. Patrick chooses Edge. Rosenberg is shocked Kevin didn’t pick a fellow Irishman! They laugh as Kevin makes his pick: Finn Balor.

Paul Heyman

Paul Heyman is interviewed backstage

Cathy Kelly catches up with Paul Heyman and asks about last night’s tag team title match between The Usos and Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn. Since that marked a loss for The Usos, is it a sign that Roman will also lose?

Paul says that’s a direct question that needs a direct answer. Tonight is Roman’s night! He recalls his first night in the business, getting to meet “The American Dream” Dusty Rhodes and getting advice from him. The question he asked him was – “Where’s the money?” – this is what he always asks himself. And it’s Roman Reigns! Reigns is the one breaking all the records for WWE and making all the money, not Cody Rhodes.

Heyman says he will lose to the money – Roman Reigns.

Raquel Gonzalez

Kickoff show highlights the four-way tag team showcase match

We see replays of what happened this past Friday when Raquel, Shayna, Sonya, and Natalya competed in the four-way on SmackDown. Peter Rosenberg jumps back on the guest panel with the crew and they start discussing how the story has unfolded up until now. Barrett mentions Ronda Rousey and how some stars may be ticked off that she was added to the match, but if that’s the case, they should become a bigger star than Ronda is.

Rosenberg thinks Raquel Rodriguez will be an x-factor because of the strength she possesses. When it comes down to it, Barrett thinks Ronda Rousey and Shayna Baszler will emerge the winners. Booker T chooses Shayna Baszler and Ronda are definitely winning. Kevin Patrick goes with Chelsea Green and Sonya Deville. Rosenberg sticks to the promises he made to Liv and chooses Liv and Raquel as the winners.

Byron Saxton

Byron Saxton interviews the WWE Universe

Back from a series of ads, Byron Saxton is gathered with the WWE Universe as they roar aloud. Saxton talks to a young fan named Caleb. The match he wants to see the most is Gunther vs. Sheamus vs. Drew McIntyre. The other fan he interviews says Cody vs. Roman is the match he’s looking most forward to, and Cody will finish the story and win his first major WWE Title.


The WrestleMania stats video is back!

They showed the same video from yesterday filled with WrestleMania statistics, like the fact that this is the 4th time LA has hosted WrestleMania. It’s also the 7th WrestleMania main event for Roman Reigns, and the 3rd consecutive ime he’ll be defending the same Championship in the show’s main event.

Booker T

Booker T and Wade Barrett look back at their WrestleMania experiences

Booker T and Barrett both reminisce on their entrances at WrestleMania, with Booker recalling a conversation he had with The Undertaker. ‘Taker told him to really soak that all in, and he did just that.

Barrett admits that he felt like he collapsed on the inside when he first entered a WrestleMania arena, but the greats have to overcome that and put on the best show they can.

Liv Morgan

Peter Rosenberg speaks with Liv Morgan and other WWE stars backstage

Backstage, Liv says how excited she is that WWE’s tag team divisions have been showing out this week. She notes that teaming up with Raquel Rodriguez has been a fantastic experience, and she plans to win the match tonight.

Rosenberg goes to the Gorilla Position area where he accidentally runs into Bronson Reed. Reed tells him to watch where he’s going. He catches up with The Street Profits, who tell him they are in the building tonight to support Bianca Belair.

Rosenberg does some push ups to get hyped up before he makes his way into Gorilla position. He takes us through the curtain and onto the entrance of the stage. It’s massive! It’s 80 yards all the way down to the ring.


The kickoff show highlights Gunther vs. Sheamus vs. Drew McIntyre

We see a video package hyping up the “symphony of destruction” that will be played out by Gunther, Sheamus, and Drew McIntyre when they collide for the Intercontinental Title tonight.

Wade Barrett believes this could be the hardest-hitting match of the weekend. Booker wanted to point out how special Gunther is, saying he seems like a perfect storm of a wrestler. Kevin Patrick brings up the story that has led us here and how Gunther is at a disadvantage because he doesn’t have to be pinned for the Title to switch hands.

Barrett predicts that Gunther is going over. For Booker, he stands by his pick of Gunther as the winner. Kevin Patrick is the only one that goes with someone different: Sheamus.


Kayla Braxton welcomes us to the WrestleMania 39 Night Two kickoff show!

Wade Barrett, Booker T, Kayla Braxton, and Kevin Patrick are around this evening!

They start going over tonight’s stacked card, including the main event between Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns vs. Cody Rhodes


Time for the big finale!

Welcome back, ladies and gentlemen! Night Two of WrestleMania starts momentarily, but heading into the evening, major news has been breaking in the realm of WWE.

One story taking the internet by storm is that the sale of WWE could be announced as early as tomorrow, April 3, 2023. Ari Emmanuel’s Endeavour group is the most likely candidate to purchase the company, with speculation being that they may merge WWE and UFC into one publicly traded company.

Additionally, a new report from PWInsider indicates that Vince McMahon is playing a more significant role in the creative structure of the company now that he’s returned as Executive Chairman. His private office was right next to the Gorilla position during Night One of WrestleMania 39, and he could also be heard on the headsets advising people at the show’s beginning.

Stay tuned! The WrestleMania kickoff show is about to start!