WWE WrestleMania 38 Night 2 Live Scores and Analysis

Editor’s Note: Full recaps of Night 1 of WrestleMania 38 you’ll find here.

With the return of “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, a signature win for Bianca Belair, and another memorable WrestleMania win for Charlotte Flair, WrestleMania 38 continues Sunday night with plenty of big matches.

Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar will take center stage in the Main Event in a match to determine the undisputed WWE Champion. Both the WWE Championship and the Universal Championship will be at stake in the Winner Take All match, and after months of intense preparation centered on Paul Heyman, the two will finally get their match on Sunday night.

Two tag team titles will be at stake as Raw’s tag team champions RK-Bro look to take on Street Profits and Alpha Academy, while Carmella and Queen Zelina take on Naomi and Sasha Banks, Liv Morgan and Rhea Ripley as well Natalya and Shayna Baszler will compete in a Fatal 4-Way match for the women’s gold.

Sunday night also features a number of unique contestants, including Pat McAfee, who steps away from the broadcast booth to take on Austin Theory, Johnny Knoxville, who tries to get the best out of Sami Zayn in an Anything Goes match, and Bobby Lashley taking on Omos could be the first major test for WWE’s tallest man.

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Game in progress: TBD


Results:

Raw Tag Team Championships: RK-Bro (Matt Riddle & Randy Orton) (c) def. The Street Wins and Alpha Academy

Randy Orton hit Gable with an RKO as he threw himself off the top rope. Full summary follows.


Triple H opens the show

Former WWE star Triple H opened the show with the traditional “Welcome…to WrestleMania!” snarling roar, but his surprise entrance to open Night 2 was more poignant than that. After absorbing the cheers of an appreciative crowd and singing “Thank you Hunter,” the man known as “The Game” planted his boots in the center of the ring , which spelled the end of his in-ring career.

First Triple H made the announcement to Stephen A. Smith on ESPN’s First Take. The 52-year-old, 14-time world champion previously appeared at NXT Stand & Deliver on Saturday at WrestleMania weekend, joining the stage with Tommaso Ciampa following his loss to Tony D’Angelo in what is expected to be Ciampa’s final NXT match .


still to come:

Winners take all unification matches: universal master Roman rule against WWE Champion Brock Lesnar

Women’s Tag Team Championship: carmela & Queen Zelina (c) vs. Naomi & Sasha Banks vs. Liv Morgan & Rhea Ripley vs. Natalia & Shayna Baseller

Sami Zain against Johnny Knoxville

Austin theory against Pat McAfee

Bobby Lashley vs. Omos

New Day (King Woods and Kofi Kingston) against Sheamus and Ridge Holland

Edge vs. AJ Styles

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