Wrestlemania 31 Results: A New Champion is Crowed

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Sting fought in the WWE for the first time. The Undertaker rose from the dead. The Rock appeared. And the Money in the Bank Suitcase was cashed in.

Airing live from Levi's Stadium in San Francisco last night, Wrestlemania 31 provided non-stop thrills and shocks.

Scroll down for a full rundown of the surprising results...


Cesaro and Tyson Kidd continued to dominate the tag team ranks by winning the fatal four-way. A chaotic opening match was highlighted by a Sharpshooter on Torito.

The Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal was won by the only real heir to that legend, The Big Show. It included Mizdow refusing to help Miz fight Big Show… and then Mizdow eliminating Miz.

Following a crazy spot-fest and heatbutts galore, Daniel Bryan knocked Ziggler off the top of the ladder, winning the Intercontinental Title and causing the crowd to be on a high at the outset of the televised broadcast. YES! YES! YES!

Randy Orton defeated Seth Rollins with possibly the greatest RKO in history. It served as a counter to the curb stomp, with Orton tossing Rollins way up in the air before slamming him down.

In a stunning turn of events, Sting lost to Triple H. But then DX ran out, with Sting splashing down on them from the top rope. And then the NWO came out!!!

There was Hogan! And Scott Hall! And HBK superkicking Sting! And Sting’s bat smashing Triple H’s sledgehammer. For a few minutes, at least, the Monday Night Wars returned - and it was glorious.

AJ Lee and Paige defeated The Bella Twins, with Nikki tapping out to the Black Widow.

Following a huge “JOHN CENA SUUUUCKS” set to his theme music, Cena went ahead and beat Rusev in your basic John Cena match. Not much to really say about it.

But then The Rock came out after Triple H and Stephanie went to to the ring to gloat. He was quickly joined by Ronda Rousey (who costars in Furious 7) and they laid the smack down on the First Couple of the WWE.

The Undertaker returned to start a new Wrestelmania streak against Bray Wyatt. He went “Old School,” he used a pair of Tombstones and his defeated creepy, crawly handstanding opponent.

In the main event, Brock Lesnar basically dominated Roman Reigns for a solid 15 minutes. But he then got busted open, bleeding profusely, only to still kick out after a trio of Superman Punches and a couple spears.

Before the match even ended, Rollins came out and put himself into the contest (via the Money in the Bank suitcase). Back and forth we went until Rollins used the Curb Stomp to pin Reigns and win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.

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