WrestleMania 2022:In the main event, Roman Reigns Fought Brock Lesnar in a ‘Winner Takes All’ match, with the Universal Championship and the WWE Championship on the line.
All eyes were on Night 2 of WWE’s version of the Superbowl after the adrenaline high of Night 1 of WrestleMania, which featured the in-ring return of Texas Rattlesnake Stone Cold Steve Austin and the return of former AEW star Cody Rhodes.
Head of the Table — In the main event, Roman Reigns defeated Brock Lesnar in a ‘Winner Takes All’ match, with the Universal Championship and the WWE Championship on the line.
WrestleMania 2022: Minute to Minute
When the bell rang, Lesnar took off his MMA gloves and went bare-knuckle with Reigns. Lesnar jumped directly into the battle and slammed Reigns across the ring with many overhead belly-to-belly suplexes.
Lesnar pursued Reigns to the floor after clotheslining him over the top rope. However, Lesnar let himself be distracted by pursuing Paul Heyman, and Reigns speared Lesnar through the ringside barricade.
Lesnar beat the ten-count, but he ran directly into another spear from Reigns, resulting in the match’s first near-fall. Reigns then delivered two Superman punches.
Lesnar rose to his feet and laughed before countering another Superman punch with a series of German suplexes. Lesnar attempted an F-5, but Reigns slipped out of the way and delivered another Superman blow.
Reigns attempted a follow-up spear, but Lesnar grabbed him and nailed an F-5 for a near-fall. To prevent another F-5, Reigns grabbed at Lesnar’s face and speared him into the official. Reigns delivered a low blow on Lesnar, and Heyman awarded him the Universal Championship, which he used to strike Lesnar and get a two-count.
Reigns hit two more spears, but on the second, Lesnar grabbed Reigns’ arm and locked in a kimura, scissoring Reigns’ torso. Heyman moved the rope forward for Reigns to grasp in order to release the hold.
Lesnar tried for another F-5, but Reigns slipped out of the way, slamming Lesnar into the ropes and allowing Reigns to finish with the last spear. In comparison to prior Reigns and Lesnar matches, the ending was somewhat abrupt, and the bout lacked overall tension.
Overall, it was a bit of a disappointment. Despite the fact that there weren’t many games that disappointed over the weekend, there were a few who did.
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