The “Showcase of the Immortals” came and went at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX, and it turned out to be one of the funnest Wrestlemania’s in history.
In what was built as the biggest Wrestlemania main event in history, Universal Champion Roman Reigns triumphed over WWE Champion Brock Lesnar to become the undisputed champion. We also saw plenty of shenanigans on Night 2, including a full episode of Jackass in the form of a wrestling match and Pat McAfee stepping into the ring.
Here are the final results from Night 2 of Wrestlemania 38:
Title unification match - Universal Champion Roman Reigns defeated WWE Champion Brock Lesnar via pinfall
Your winner and Undisputed champion: Roman Reigns
This was arguably the best of their matches and it was a sprint from start to finish. Lesnar seemingly had the match won when putting Reigns into the Kimora Lock, seemingly separating his shoulder. However, the Tribal Chief was able to hit him with the spear to survive.
AND NOW STONE COLD STEVE AUSTIN SHOWED UP. THIS IS A FEVER DREAM.
Austin Theory, Top 5 stunner sell pic.twitter.com/wz7a3fjBfi— Bunkie Perkins (@BunkiePerkins) April 4, 2022
Stone Cold stunner on Vince McMahon lmaoooo pic.twitter.com/SFTzhsOdoe— Alex (@dbs408) April 4, 2022
BUT WAIT, WE GOT VINCE MCMAHON VS. PAT MCAFEE
Vince McMahon defeats Pat McAfee via pinfall
Pat McAfee defeated Austin Theory via pinfall
Pat Mac had the crowd behind him and scored the pinfall win over Austin Theory.
Pat McAfee entered to “Seven Nation Army” with the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders walking him down to the ring.
Vinnie Mac himself came out to introduce Austin Theory.
Sheamus/Ridge Holland (w/ Butch) defeated The New Day via pinfall
This match got cut from Saturday’s card and got less than five minutes here. Butch provided the distraction on the outside and Ridge Holland pinned Xavier Woods for the win.
Edge defeated AJ Styles via pinfall
In this methodical battle of two icons, the Rated-R Superstar came out on top. The match ended when Damian Priest came out and distracted Styles before attempting a Phenomenal Forearm. That allowed for Edge to catch him midair for the pin. It appears we have an Edge-Priest alliance moving forward.
Edge always coming out with the best entrances pic.twitter.com/0veqcMsPgb— iBeast (@ibeastIess) April 4, 2022
WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship - Sasha Banks/Naomi defeated Queen Zelina/Carmella (c), Rhea Ripley/Liv Morgan, and Natalya/Shayna Baszler via pinfall
We have new Women’s Tag Team Champions!
Sasha Banks and Naomi claimed the belts in a fun four-way matchup, pinning the champs to win the title.
The match started with them pulling up in a Lamborghini.
Johnny Knoxville defeated Sami Zayn via mousetrap (Anything goes match)
This was a full episode of Jackass turned into an entire match. Words won’t do the match justice. Please watch it yourselves.
Greatest match in WrestleMania history pic.twitter.com/SbTP6rr3qX— Bunkie Perkins (@BunkiePerkins) April 4, 2022
Bobby Lashley defeated Omos via pinfall
Lashley had to withstand plenty of offense from the giant but eventually fought his way back and put Omos down with two spears for the win.
After the tag match, we got future Raw member Gable Steveson delivering a belly-to-belly suplex to Chad Gable.
Raw Tag Team Championship - RK-Bro (c) defeated Street Profits and Alpha Academy via pinfall
This was a fun opener and the champs retained. After Riddle put down Montez Ford with a springboard RKO, Randy Orton caught a leaping Chad Gable with an RKO of his own to pick up the win.
Triple H is kicking us off! He welcomed us to Wrestlemania and left his boots in the ring, officially symbolizing the end of his in-ring career.