The results of WrestleMania Saturday, the first night of the great WWE event

Nearly 80,000 spectators attended the first night of WrestleMania 38″,The greatest two-night event in WrestleMania history.”, live from AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas. Between titled matches, the return of the prodigal son and the participation of “Stone Cold” Steve Austin in the main event, expectations did not disappoint. Here are the complete results from WrestleMania Saturday.

The results of WrestleMania Saturday

WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship: The Usos (C) defeated Rick Boogs & Shinsuke Nakamura

The most important event of the year opened with a duel between the current champions, the absolute masters of the Tag Team scene for months, and the team of Rick Boogs and Shinsuke Nakamura. To win are the Usos with the 1D against the Japanese superstar, while Rick Boogs appears to have suffered a quad injury.

Drew McIntyre defeats Happy Corbin

After months and months of frustration, Drew McIntyre finally gets his revenge on the biggest stage of the year by defeating Happy Corbin with Licensed Claymore. It should also be noted that he was the first not to be immobilized after the End of Days, a finisher with which his rival has won all the matches so far.

The Miz & Logan Paul defeated Rey & Dominik Mysterio

Great debut for web megastar Logan Paul, who even removed the “Three Amigos” from his arsenal (a move made famous by the late Eddie Guerrero) and a Frog Splash. The victory came thanks to a Skull Crushing Finale by The Miz against Rey.

At the end of the match, The Miz betrays Logan Paul and also hits him with his finisher.

Gable Steveson debuts at WrestleMania

WWE Brand Director Stephanie McMahon introduced Olympic gold medalist Gable Steveson, described by many as the company’s “next big thing.” The young American athlete was signed last year, also participating in SummerSlam.

WWE Raw Women’s Championship: Bianca Belair defeats Becky Lynch (C)

Their superstars lit up the crowd at AT&T Stadium with a big match, proving once again that they are the best in the women’s division. To win it was Bianca Belair with the patented KOD, graduating Raw Women’s Champion again.

“The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes defeats Seth Rollins

After weeks of waiting, WWE fans have finally discovered the identity of Seth Rollins’ opponent. It was none other than Cody Rhodes, son of Hall of Famer Dusty Rhodes, who returned home after a six-year absence to a standing ovation from the audience. He was the one who won after multiple Cross-Rhodes.

The inductees to the Hall of Fame took the stage and received applause from the audience. Ovation for The Undertaker, the undisputed star of this year’s class. Legend forever.

WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship: Charlotte Flair (center) def. Ronda Rousey

The queen of the ring, Charlotte Flair, used her cunning and experience taking advantage of the referee’s distraction to hit Ronda Rousey in the face with a big boot and take home the victory, thus maintaining her position as SmackDown Women’s Champion.

no holds barred match: “Stone Cold” Steve Austin defeats Kevin Owens

What was supposed to be a simple verbal confrontation as part of the KO Show has turned into a true No Disqualification match. Thus, “Stone Cold” Steve Austin found himself performing in a reunion 19 years after the one he had with The Rock at WrestleMania, proving that he hasn’t lost the shine of the past.

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The Texas rattlesnake with the licensed stunner won, sending the Dallas crowd into raptures. Late in the match, Austin hit Owens with another Stunner and then knocked out commentator Byron Saxton as well. WrestleMania Saturday ended with images of the victorious Stone Cold and his celebratory beer bath.

If you missed the broadcast, you can catch up on the first night of WrestleMania by subscribing to WWE Network. But tonight, don’t miss WrestleMania Sunday: the main event will be a Title vs Title between Brock Lesnar, WWE Champion, and Roman Reigns, WWE Universal Champion.

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