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WWE WrestleMania XXX results

WWE WrestleMania XXX results
WWE WrestleMania XXX results
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WWE WrestleMania XXX is in the books and the initial reaction seems to be that the show was a wild success. The show was held live from the Mercedes Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana.

They aired a two-hour pre-show on the WWE Network before the festivities began live in the arena. Josh Matthews hosted the festivities with a revolving cast of panelists including Booker T, Shawn Michaels, Trish Stratus and Alex Riley, among others.

Here are the results as they happened tonight.

On the pre-show, WWE Tag Team Champions Jimmy & Jey Uso beat Los Matadores, Ryback & Curtis Axel and The Real Americans in a four-way elimination match to retain the Championships.

The match itself was entertaining, especially for a pre-show match, but the real story came post-match when The Real Americans split up and Cesaro left Swagger lying and walked out on his own.

Daniel Bryan pinned Triple H after hitting Knee Plus.

This was the opening match on the pay per view and delivered for both men. Triple H’s entrance was gloriously awesome and all involved told a great story.

The Shield beat Kane and The New Age Outlaws.

This was quick and effective and exactly what The Shield needed to look like killers.

Cesaro won the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal.

Cesaro was a surprise entrant in a field that seemingly included 31 participants. Cesaro looked like a star by literally tossing The Big Show out of the ring for the pin.

John Cena pinned Bray Wyatt.

Even in the defeat, Wyatt looked like a star. He received a rock star, live band WrestleMania entrance and looked great even in defeat.

Brock Lesnar pinned The Undertaker.

I can’t believe I typed that either. But Brock Lesnar pinned Undertaker after hitting his third F-5 of the night. The vaunted WrestleMania streak now stands at 21-0.

AJ Lee won the Vickie Guerrero Divas Championship Invitational.

The Champion retained her Title in a trainwreck of a match over thirteen rivals.

Daniel Bryan beat Batista and WWE World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton to win the Championship in a Triple Threat Match.

Bryan made Batista tap out to the Yes Lock. Daniel Bryan is now officially a made man and a true star in WWE’s eyes.