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Lesnar and McMahon reportedly clash after Wrestlemania main event

Lesnar and McMahon reportedly clash after Wrestlemania main event

There is always a chance Lesnar drops the title Monday night at "RAW", as the night-after-WrestleMania show usually serves as a reset for the upcoming year. Roman Reigns is wealthy and successful, but it's hard not to feel sympathy for him over the humiliating treatment he got inside the Superdome. Beachballs were more over than the performers as over 70,000 people acted as one to voice their displeasure with being sold a match that we both did not care about and believed we knew the outcome to.

The United States Championship was at stake next with Randy Orton defending against Bobby Roode, Jinder Mahal, and Rusev. When you throw in the fact that their promos for this match were segments that never commanded my primary attention away from the internet, seeing more of this feud now is just unappealing. Less than three weeks after WrestleMania 34, the company's biggest show of the year, it is holding another that - in many ways - looks like it is going to be even bigger. Where to begin. Huge boos for Roman Reigns on his entrance and total indifference when Brock Lesnar entered. Nakamura scored a low blow, signifying his change in attitude and a turn to a heel character.

Nia Jax captured the Raw Women's Championship in an emotional bout with her former (on-screen) best friend Alexa Bliss.

Following that, Nakamura hugged AJ and then kneeled down to Styles and presented him the WWE Championship - a moment for all the WWE lovers.

Strowman picked a fan from the WWE Universe in the stadium to partner him in the tag-team championship match. There were loud "We Want Ronda" chants early and the crowd loved the exchanges between her and Stephanie as well as the the Rousey and Triple H exchange.

The in-ring return of Daniel Bryan was up next when he teamed with Shane McMahon to battle Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn. These moments date back almost twenty years with some of the biggest taking place all the way back in 1998.

But as the match toiled on, Rollins finally gathered some momentum and delivered skull-crushing finales to Miz to win the title.

Another exciting match of the night was UFC icon Ronda Rousey teaming up with 1996 Atlanta Olympic Gold medal victor Kurt Angle to defeat Tripple H and his wife Stephanie McMahon. And while the two put on a very solid match, it did not end up as great as everyone thought it would before Styles retained.