WWE Wrestlemania 36 Day 2 – Results , Highlights and Grade – Drew McIntyre wins his Maiden WWE Championship and Much More

Let’s Welcome to WWE Wrestlemania 36 Night 2 here in WWE Performance Center, Florida. Yesterday WWE Ends with the Remarkable match between Undertaker and AJ Styles as Boneyard Match. 

Today’s Match
  • WWE Championship Match: Drew McIntyre vs. Brock Lesnar
  • Firefly Fun House Match: John Cena vs. “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt
  • Last Man Standing Match: Edge vs. Randy Orton
  • NXT Women’s Championship Match: Rhea Ripley vs. Charlotte Flair
  • Raw Tag Team Championship Match: The Street Profits vs. Angel Garza and Austin Theory
  • Fatal 5-Way Elimination Match for the SmackDown Women’s Championship: Bayley vs. Sasha Banks vs. Tamina vs. Naomi vs. Lacey Evans
  • Otis vs. Dolph Ziggler
  • Aleister Black vs. Bobby Lashley
  • Kickoff Show Match: Liv Morgan vs. Natalya
Kick-Off Match: Liv Morgan vs Natalya
Who better than @NatbyNature to help kick off tonight’s #WrestleMania?😻 pic.twitter.com/zSe0rQoHPc

— WWE Network (@WWENetwork) April 5, 2020

The Queen of Harts toyed with her much less skilled opponent early however determined out shortly that the former Riott Squad member was once thoroughly capable of matching up in opposition to her. Natalya endured to show off the renewed aggression that has been a staple of her work of late, stretching Morgan in a traditional surfboard and disturbing the professional “ask her” while the underdog babyface screamed in agony.

Morgan eventually created separation with a modified Codebreaker however could only maintain her third-generation opponent down for a count number of two. She followed up with a dropkick to the lower back but observed herself planted face-first in the middle of the ring. Natalya attempted the Sharpshooter, however, Morgan countered into a small package for two. A step-up enzuigiri followed gorgeous Nattie. A collection of roll-ups ensued and Morgan stored the former women’s champion down for the three-count and upset victory.  

WHAT A WIN for @YaOnlyLivvOnce here on the #WrestleMania Kickoff! pic.twitter.com/9suPcNBavy

— WWE (@WWE) April 5, 2020

Winner: Liv Morgan by Pinfall
Grade: B+ 

Match No.2: NXT Women’s Championship Match: Rhea Ripley vs Charlotte Flair

There are not enough 👑👑👑👑 in the world.@MsCharlotteWWE #WrestleMania pic.twitter.com/zBODdRs20L

— WWE (@WWE) April 5, 2020

The Queen of WrestleMania, arguably the greatest girl competitor in the history of The Show of Shows Charlotte Flair kicked off the evening’s essential card, challenging Rhea Ripley for the NXT Women’s Championship. A brash, arrogant Flair began quick, concentrated on the until now injured left knee of Ripley. The Aussie responded, handing over the Riptide from out of nowhere and scoring a near-fall. Flair rolled to the sanctuary of the floor.

The battle continued there as Ripley delivered a somersault senton off the ring steps to keep manipulate of the bout. The champion’s early dominance came to a quit when Flair again focused the injured knee, hanging it up on the left leg. She stomped away at it as Ripley screamed in agony. Flair punished the limb and wrapped it around the ring post, then followed up with an unpleasant chop block that would make the dirtiest of NFL gamers envious.

Ripley sooner or later recovered and slammed her challenger face-first into the mat, developing some separation. She accompanied with a barrage of knees to the face and accompanied with a basement dropkick. She reduces off a moonsault attempt and scored some other near-fall as the toll taken through the physicality set in on each competitor. A missile dropkick downed Flair but did more harm to the champion’s knee. She shook off the pain and utilized her own submission, solely for The Queen to escape the cloverleaf and, again, target her opponent’s knee.

A hobbled Nightmare continued to fight, hoisting Flair onto the pinnacle rope. The challenger countered, shedding Ripley face-first to the mat below. Flair tried for a moonsault but caught a foot to the face. She recovered just in time to supply a spear that obliterated Ripley. Figure Four accompanied, however, Ripley refused to quit, no matter the ache capturing down her knee. Flair bridged over into Figure Eight and picked up the win and title via submission. 

— WWE (@WWE) April 5, 2020

Winner: Charlotte Flair by Pinfall 
Grade: B

Match No.3: Alister Black vs Bobby Lashley

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— WWE WrestleMania (@WrestleMania) April 5, 2020

An aggressive Black took the fight to Lashley early but an ignored moonsault on the area flooring allowed The All-Mighty to supply an overhead suplex to pressure the air out of his opponent and create a much-needed breather. He followed up, dropping Black on the barricade. Back in the squared circle, Lashley delivered a big neckbreaker as he attempted to wear the former NXT champion down. Black fought returned with a kick to the chest but Lashley answered with a snap power slam for two.

Black eventually delivered the springboard moonsault on the floor and seemed to have momentum on his aspect however Lashley cut him off with a crossbody for another near-fall. Lashley set up for the Dominator however Lana hopped on the apron and demanded he opts for the spear instead. An assured Lashley set up and rushed toward Black, only to run right into Black Mass. Three seconds later and Black had his first victory on the ‘Mania stage. 

— WWE (@WWE) April 5, 2020

Winner: Alister Black by Pinfall.
Grade: B

Match No.4: Otis vs Dolph Ziggler

“Cute”? Maybe not after @HEELZiggler is done with him… 😬#WrestleMania pic.twitter.com/mN4iWrj6IH

— WWE (@WWE) April 6, 2020

Sonya Deville accompanied Dolph Ziggler for his much-anticipated grudge match with Otis, a fit rooted in an innocent crush-turned-sordid and manipulative romance. A determined and vengeful Otis attacked from the opening bell, overwhelming The Showoff with his size and strength. A superkick cut him off and Ziggler seized manipulate of the bout, talking trash as he took the battle to his lots larger opponent. A dropkick earned-him a two-count.

Otis eventually grew to become the tides, launching Ziggler into the corner. “Oh no!” he exclaimed as he pumped up, shaking off his opponent’s offence and answering with a depraved clothesline. A big bodyslam followed before Otis stepped on his opponent’s spine, all 330-pounds punishing him. Deville watched on in disbelief from ringside as the relentless babyface avenged the months of emotional torment suffered at the hands of his opponent. Back inside, Otis delivered a massive splash and set up for the caterpillar. Deville hopped up on the apron and furnished a distraction that allowed Ziggler to deliver a deliberate and blatant low blow.

Having seen enough, Mandy Rose made her way to ringside and slapped Deville before delivering a low blow of her own to Ziggler. Otis capitalized, delivered the caterpillar and scored the win. After the match, Rose embraced the victory and stood by means of his aspect in the course of a post-match celebration. Otis scooped her up and the two shared a huge kiss to shut out the festivities. “Otis receives the win and Otis gets the girl,” Cole said.

— WWE (@WWE) April 6, 2020

Winner: Otis by Pinfall 
Grade: B+

Match No.5:  Last Man Standing Match – Edge vs Randy Orton

Edge at #WrestleMania.

That’s it. That’s the tweet.@EdgeRatedR pic.twitter.com/BlaIhVxH6J

— WWE WrestleMania (@WrestleMania) April 6, 2020

Edge’s nine-year ride back to WWE culminated with his return to WrestleMania, in a Last Man Standing suit towards Randy Orton. Any conceivable win used to be in jeopardy early as The Viper posed as a cameraman, then got here from out of nowhere to attack The Rated R Superstar with consecutive RKOs. Orton beat Edge into the stands, then backstage, pummeling his former tag crew partner into the gymnasium place of the Performance Center. He hung the babyface up in fitness centre gear and pummeled him to the floor, stressful the professional begins a count. The momentary distraction allowed Edge to use stated gear to hoist himself up and supply a kick to The Viper.

Edge unloaded a few proper arms as he fought to get his bearings about him. The 2012 Hall of Famer creatively used the surrounding gym tools to gasoline his assault till Orton recovered just ample to send Edge into a wall. The combat spilt into the production area, where they exchanged clubbing forearms. Orton with an uppercut, to which Edge replied via sending his third-generation opponent into a metal storage door. Back in the arena, Orton regained control, sending his opponent neck-and-throat-first into a barricade. The combat again spilt elsewhere, this time into the office generation of the Performance Center. Orton slammed Edge face-first into a metal meeting table and The Rated R Superstar responded by means of sending him into a wall. From there, the healthy transitioned into a storage area, the place Orton endured to goal the neck of his opponent, all while nursing his left elbow.

Edge wiggled his hand, attempting to get some feeling back in his extremities, all while persevering with to fight the onslaught of The Viper. The aggressor drove Orton via a table, his elbow catching the ribs of his opponent on the way down.

The neverending in shape ended up on the pinnacle of a pickup truck, the place Orton delivered a draping DDT onto the protected bed. His body beaten and battered, Orton watched in leisure while Edge retreated to the top of a manufacturing truck. The Viper joined his rival there and set up for the punt. Edge popped up, though, and delivered a spear that left Orton wailing in pain. Edge went for another spear but this one proved ill-advised as Orton caught him with an RKO.

It took Orton roughly 5 hours to tease, then set up a con-chair-to, solely for Edge to clutch hold of his new submission hold. The commentary team bought the rib damage and Orton’s struggles to breathe late in the match.

A tearful Edge stood over the unconscious body of his opponent and blasted him with a con-chair-to. The referee counted to 10 and awarded Edge the win. A regretful Edge placed his head on his opponent’s almost apologetically.  

— WWE (@WWE) April 6, 2020

Winner: Edge by Last Man Standing 
Grade: A

Match No.6: Raw Tag Team Championship Match – The Street Profit vs Austin Theory and Anjel Garcia

— WWE (@WWE) April 6, 2020

Raw tag team champions The Street Profits started hot in Sunday’s protection against Angel Garza and Austin Theory, leaving the challengers reeling early. A superkick from Garza to Angelo Dawkins allowed the heels to take control. They isolated the massive man, slicing him off from partner Montez Ford whilst Zelina Vega watched on approvingly from ringside. A warm tag to Ford sparked a babyface comeback that noticed him wipe out both Theory and his personal associate Dawkins at ringside. Garza followed with a moonsault from the pinnacle rope to the floor, as the heels regained the upper hand.

Back interior the ring, Garza delivered a springboard moonsault for a two-count. The action broke down, Theory delivered a TKO to Dawkins. Ford soared thru the air, connecting with the frog splash to the lower back of the NXT newcomer. Dawkins rolled over and made the pin to choose up the win. After the match, the heels attacked till Bianca Belair hit the ring to make the save, laying Vega out. She celebrated with husband Ford and Dawkins to close things out. 

— WWE WrestleMania (@WrestleMania) April 6, 2020

Winner: The Street Profits by Pinfall 
Grade: B

Match No.7: Fatal 5-way Elimination Match for SmackDown Women’s Championship: Bayley vs Banks vs Evans vs Naomi vs Tamina

SmackDown women’s champion Bayley, Sasha Banks, Lacey Evans and Naomi wasted no time singling out Tamina and working her over in an attempt to take away the match’s best threat. It backfired as Tamina shrugged them off. A chop block to the again of the knee downed Tamina, who rolled to the ground to regroup.
After staving off elimination and bailing to the floor, Bayley and Banks watched as Tamina bowled over Evans and Naomi. The champion and her first-class friend re-entered the ring and suffered similar fates.

The motion broke down and Banks, Naomi and Tamina–originally regarded as Team B.A.D.–momentarily reunited. That ended with a superkick from Tamina to Banks. A sense of urgency putting in, the opposition uncorked signature strikes on the second-generation competitor, disposing of her from the match. Tamina eliminated. A relentlessly aggressive Bayley took the combat to Naomi, stomping away at her in the corner whilst Banks and Evans recovered on the floor. The Legit Boss joined the champion in concentrated on Naomi, punishing her with a double-team arsenal.

Bayley caught Naomi in a Rear View try but the challenger delivered a stunner. She caught Banks with the finisher and tried for a submission however the champion exploded from out of nowhere with a knee to the lower back of the head. Seconds later, Banks scored the elimination. Naomi eliminated. Faced with a numbers disadvantage, Evans entered the ring, unafraid by using the mission confronting her. Banks and Bayley double-teamed The Sassy Southern Belle in the corner, then drouble her with a double backbreaker. They scored a two-count, an awful lot to their disdain.

Bayley taunted Evans, who moved out the way as Bayley crashed into her friend with a knee. Banks back to the ring and took exception to what simply happened. A brief disagreement gave way to Evans blasting The Boss with The Woman’s Right for the pinfall. Banks eliminated. Frustrated that her numbers advantage had dissipated, Bayley unleashed a ruthless assault on Evans, focused on the proper arm of her challenging in an try to take away her devastating finisher. Evans recovered and delivered a springboard moonsault from the top rope but should only preserve the champion down for two. Moments later, Banks re-entered the ring and delivered the backstabber to Evans. Bayley capitalized and picked up the win. 

— WWE (@WWE) April 6, 2020

Winner: Bayley by Pinfall
Grade: B+ 

Match No.8: FunHouse Match: John Cena vs Bray Wyatt

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Bray Wyatt delivered the target market to a world where gods, monsters, angels and demons are neighbours. “You’re about to face your best opponent to date: yourself,” Wyatt said to John Cena before stepping out of the Firefly Funhouse. When the camera panned out, Cena inexplicably had arrived teleported in. At the urging Rambling Rabbit, Cena stepped thru the identical door as Wyatt and into the darkness, the place he was confronted by way of the Vince McMahon-looking puppet we have now not viewed in a few months. The puppet went on a McMahon-like rant and threatened to hearth Cena.

Meanwhile, cameras reduce to Wyatt in the ring. He and Cena relieved the latter’s debut (“Ruthless Aggression!”), which the heel labelled his foe’s best failure. He added a dig about the Bella Twins earlier than matters segued into a 1989-era Saturday Night’s predominant event.

From there, the day out thru Cena’s profession took matters to 2003 SmackDown, the place he spoke in rhyme as the Doctor of Thuganomics. He hurled insults at Wyatt, such as a Husky Harris reference. “You’re a slut for the opportunity,” he said.

Wyatt referred to like him a bully and we moved on to WrestleMania 30, where the antagonist rightfully claimed fans wanted him, however, “Man of the People” Cena denied them. From there, we moved onto the WCW Nitro, with Wyatt dressed in garb similar to Eric Bischoff. He added John Cena, a reference to the heelflip that in no way was.

“This is such properly s***,” the McMahon puppet stated on commentary. The Fiend appeared, dropped Cena with Sister Abigail and applied the mandible claw as Cena’s own phrases from SmackDown about the most overvalued, overhyped and over-privileged Superstar in WWE performed over it. The Fiend stood tall to shut out the segment while a rapid cut to the arena confirmed intervening time host Titus O’Neil in disbelief. 

— WWE (@WWE) April 6, 2020

Winner: Bray Wyatt by Pinfall 
Grade: A

Match No.9: WWE Championship Match: Drew McIntyre vs Brock Lesnar

— WWE (@WWE) April 6, 2020

Despite early clubbing forearms by WWE champion Brock Lesnar at the opening bell, challenger Drew McIntyre exploded with a Claymore Kick however could not maintain The Beast down for three. The champion recovered and launched his opponent with a German suplex, then accompanied with consecutive F-5s, however, used to be unable to net the victory. A third finisher resulted in every other defiant kick out by Drew McIntyre. McIntyre recovered, obliterated Lesnar with three greater Claymore Kicks and captured the WWE Championship. He celebrated, passionately, as the show went off the air.  

— WWE (@WWE) April 6, 2020

Winner: Drew McIntyre by Pinfall 
Grade: B+

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