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WWE WrestleMania 39 (Night One), April 1, 2023, Full Review: Match Ratings, Results

WWE WrestleMania 39 (Night One), April 1, 2023, Full Review: Match Ratings, Results

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On WrestleMania Saturday, the reign of The Usos came to a historic end as Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens captured the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Titles. Rhea Ripley claimed victory over Charlotte Flair, earning her the SmackDown Women's Championship.

Austin Theory, the United States Champion, defeated the legendary John Cena in an impressive display of skill. Rey Mysterio and his son Dominik Mysterio put on an incredible fight, with Rey ultimately emerging as the victor. Trish Stratus, Lita, and Becky Lynch joined forces to take down the formidable Damage CTRL.

Seth "Freakin" Rollins proved his dominance by defeating Logan Paul, much to the delight of the audience. The Street Profits emerged victorious in the WrestleMania Showcase Match, showcasing their incredible talent and athleticism. And in a surprising turn of events, Pat McAfee stunned The Miz with a shocking defeat.

WWE United States Championship: Austin Theory Vs John Cena

In the early stages of the match, Cena was dominating until Theory resorted to biting his ear, which frustrated Cena and caused him to complain to the referee. Taking advantage of the distraction, Theory blindsided Cena with a sudden punch from behind. He then used a series of vertical suplexes, a blockbuster, and a rolling dropkick to gain the upper hand, scoring a near fall.

Cena managed to avoid another dropkick attempt and locked in his signature submission move, the STF, which got the crowd excited. However, Theory once again resorted to dirty tactics by biting Cena to break free from the hold. Cena attempted to execute his finishing move, the AA, but Theory slipped out and countered with a devastating DDT, coming close to another pinfall.

Despite being trapped in a headlock, Cena managed to power out and mount a spirited comeback, much to the delight of the crowd. He delivered his trademark five-knuckle shuffle, showcasing his bald spot in the process, but accidentally knocked over the referee as he prepared to hoist Theory up for the AA.

With the referee down, Theory found an opening and hit Cena with a low blow before delivering his finishing move, the A-Town Down, to secure the pinfall victory. Despite Cena's valiant efforts, Theory's underhanded tactics proved too much for him to overcome.

WINNER: Austin Theory via pinfall



Fatal 4-Way Tag Team Match: The Street Profits Vs Braun Strowman & Ricochet Vs Alpha Academy Vs The Viking Raiders (w/Valhalla)

After a brief show-off session, the Raiders posed for the camera, and the commentators teased going to commercial break. However, they delayed the break until the replay finished, as Strowman was waiting to pounce. To the amazement of the crowd, Chad Gable executed an impressive Chaos Theory suplex on Strowman, which earned him a well-deserved ovation. Ivar attempted a moonsault, but Angelo Dawkins wisely moved out of the way. Strowman capitalized on the situation and delivered a splash on Ivar, but the pin attempt was interrupted by the other wrestlers. Otis then executed a powerful World's Strongest Slam on Strowman, stunning the audience.

In an impressive display of teamwork, four wrestlers held up Montez Ford long enough for Ricochet to climb to the top rope and dive onto the group, creating a massive tower of doom spot. Strowman charged around the ring, knocking everyone in his path, but Dawkins bravely cut him off with a shoulder tackle. Ricochet then took out Dawkins and Erik with a spectacular shooting star press from the top rope to the outside.

Ricochet attempted another shooting star press in the ring, but Dawkins smartly raised his knees. Dawkins then held Ricochet in place while Ford executed a picture-perfect frog splash, which looked stunning. Dawkins secured the pinfall victory over Ricochet, much to the delight of the crowd.

WINNER: The Street Profits via pinfall



Singles Match: Seth Rollins Vs Logan Paul

Paul made his entrance on a zip line, moving at a slow pace. He was mic'd up and used the opportunity to boast about his grand entrance. The attention soon shifted to the Prime energy drink mascot, which was designed to divert the audience's attention from Paul. Meanwhile, Jasper Randall, the musical composer, led the crowd in singing Rollins' theme, but the sound was fake. The real crowd began singing when Rollins made his entrance to his theme song.

Paul was dressed in blue and yellow, while Rollins donned an all-pink outfit. The Prime mascot remained at ringside throughout the match. Rollins started strong, but Paul eventually threw him out of the ring and followed up with a Buckshot lariat, which was referred to as a Maverick lariat. Paul also punched Rollins in the stomach, and the announcers pointed out the screw embedded in his hand.

Paul gained control of the match, but he missed a step-up moonsault, and Rollins took advantage, mounting a comeback that included three consecutive suicide dives. Rollins stomped on Paul's right hand, the same hand that previously knocked out Rollins.

In a back-and-forth sequence, Paul countered a Pedigree, and the two exchanged cradles. Paul finally punched Rollins with his right hand, but it took him too long to make a cover, and Rollins kicked out. Paul attempted a stomp, but Rollins caught him, executing a sit-out powerbomb for a two-count.

The Prime mascot intervened and pulled Paul out of the ring when he was in danger. The mascot then removed his face covering, revealing himself to be Paul's friend KSI. While Paul was posing, Rollins shoved KSI onto the announce table, causing Paul to crash through it.

Rollins then pulled Paul back into the ring and hit a Pedigree, coming very close to a pinfall victory. The crowd was at the edge of their seats. Paul responded with a Go To Sleep and a frog splash for a near-fall. Paul then tried to execute a coast-to-coast dropkick, but Rollins intercepted him with a superkick mid-air and followed up with a curb stomp for the pinfall victory.

WINNER: Seth Rollins



Six-woman tag team match: Trish Stratus & Tag Team Champions Becky Lynch & Lita Vs Bayley, Dakota Kai & IYO SKY

Before the match, the teams confronted each other, resulting in the babyfaces forcing the heels out of the ring. Once Lynch and Kai were alone, the match began. Damage CTRL dominated Lynch until she made a hot tag to Lita, who executed a headlock driver on SKY for a near fall. SKY distracted the referee, allowing Kai to knock Lita off the top rope, enabling the heels to regain control. Damage CTRL hit Lita with stereo superkicks, but she managed to kick out.

Lita retaliated by hitting Kai and SKY with a double DDT before tagging in Stratus, who took out Kai and Bayley. Stratus executed a neckbreaker on Kai, but only got a two-count.

Trish, Lita, and Lynch joined forces to bring Kai down from the top rope with a leg scissors onto her teammates. Stratus followed up with a spinebuster, but it was only good for a two-count. Trish and Lita executed a poetry in motion before Lynch hit Kai with a diving leg drop, but Kai managed to kick out. Lynch applied the Disarmer, but the hold was broken up.

Everyone had their turn in the spotlight, with Trish hitting Stratusfaction and Bayley executing a Bayley-to-belly on Stratus. SKY delivered a moonsault off the top rope to the outside, taking everyone out. The match turned into a wild brawl, and Lita hit SKY with a Twist of Fate, while Stratus executed a Chick Kick on Kai. Lita then delivered a moonsault on both Kai and SKY. Lynch finished things off by executing a Man-handle slam on Bayley from the middle rope for the pinfall victory.

WINNER: Trish Stratus & Tag Team Champions Becky Lynch & Lita via pinfall



Singles Match: Rey Mysterio Vs Dominik Mysterio

charging Dom and sent him straight into the middle turnbuckle. As Dom was bending over, Rey took off his belt and gave him a good whipping on the behind, much to the delight of the crowd.

Frustrated, Dom left the ring and complained to his mother and sister. Then, in a fit of rage, he snatched Aalyah's drink and threw it in her face. Aalyah was about to jump the barricade, but Rey managed to stop her. This gave Dom the opportunity to punch Rey and take control of the match. Dom worked Rey over and executed an impressive Michinoku Driver for a near fall. He then got in his mother's face, but she slapped him, allowing Rey to capitalize and slam him into the ring post. Rey even kissed Angie to the crowd's amusement.

Rey hit a springboard crossbody, but only got a two count. Suddenly, Damian Priest and Finn Bálor appeared at ringside, adding a new dimension to the match. It looked like Rey was going for a seated senton, but Dom flipped him onto the bottom turnbuckle in a brutal-looking move. The ref quickly checked on Rey, while Bad Bunny reacted on commentary. Dom went for a series of suplexes, but Rey slipped out after the first and knocked him onto the middle turnbuckle. Rey then hit a textbook 619.

As Rey climbed to the top rope, Bálor distracted the ref, while Priest knocked Rey off the top. Legado Del Fantasma ran out to even the odds, and Santos Escobar took out Priest with a suicide dive. Meanwhile, Dom hit Rey with a 619 to the boos of the crowd. Dom then hit a frog splash, but Rey still managed to kick out.

Dom tried to expose the top turnbuckle, but as the ref fixed it, Dom grabbed a steel chain. Bad Bunny intervened and took the chain away, allowing Rey to dropkick Dom onto the middle rope. Rey hit another 619 and finished with a frog splash for the pinfall victory, sending the crowd into a frenzy.

WINNER: Rey Mysterio via pinfall



WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship: Rhea Ripley Vs Charlotte Flair

At the beginning of the match, Charlotte appeared to have the upper hand, which the announcers attributed to her experience, but Ripley soon turned the tables and focused on Charlotte's back. Despite Charlotte's efforts to fight back with backbreakers, clotheslines, and chops, Ripley managed to hit a German suplex for a nearfall.

Charlotte attempted a flying crossbody, but Ripley rolled through and attempted a Rip-tide, only for Charlotte to counter with an impressive DDT that earned her a two-count. Charlotte then tried to apply a figure four, but Ripley countered with a cradle for another nearfall, before both women knocked each other down with big boots. Ripley responded with strikes, but Charlotte cut her off with a fallaway slam.

Later, Charlotte went for a moonsault, but Ripley countered with a super release German suplex for another close nearfall. Charlotte then hit Natural Selection for another two-count. However, when Charlotte attempted a spear outside of the ring, Ripley moved, causing Charlotte to collide with the ring steps and hurt her shoulder.

Ripley then hit a Rip-tide of her own, but Charlotte kicked out at the last moment. They continued to trade blows and nearfalls, with Charlotte applying a figure four, and Ripley applying the Prism Trap (standing inverted cloverleaf), but both maneuvers were eventually broken.

In the end, Ripley hit a Rip-tide off the top rope for the pinfall victory, narrowly avoiding colliding with the referee in the process. The match was intense and physical, with both women giving it their all.

WINNER: Rhea Ripley via pinfall



Pat McAfee Vs The Miz

At the sound of the bell, Miz immediately started yelling at Snoop, but Snoop didn't take him seriously and asked the referee to open the ropes for him to leave. McAfee, on the other hand, charged after Miz and executed a powerful Spinebuster.

Miz was knocked out of the ring, and tried to escape. As he made his way out, he shoved George Kittle, who was in the crowd, but Kittle retaliated by jumping over the barricade and clotheslining Miz (even though it should've resulted in a disqualification). McAfee then delivered a flying attack from the top rope and finished off Miz with a decisive punt to secure the pinfall victory. After the win, McAfee and Kittle celebrated together in the ring.

WINNER: Pat McAfee via pinfall



WWE Undisputed Tag Team Championships: Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn Vs The Usos

In the opening moments, Zayn and Jimmy Uso were slated to commence, but a surprising substitution saw Jey Uso take Jimmy's place instead. With a helping hand from Jimmy, Jey quickly gained the upper hand over Zayn, leaving Owens to protest to the referee before heading back to his corner.

After a hard-fought five minutes, Zayn managed to fend off both Usos and tagged Owens in, who promptly took out both opponents with an impressive senton over the top rope. Owens then executed a daring frog splash onto Jimmy on the outside, followed by another on Jey inside the ring for a near-fall. Jey retaliated with a lifting neckbreaker, but Owens managed to block a stunner attempt.

Owens then went for a senton bomb, but Jey anticipated the move and managed to counter with a knee to the gut. Jimmy, who had made a blind tag, seized the opportunity to splash Owens, but Owens kicked out at the last moment. Undeterred, Owens proceeded to dodge a running hip attack from Jimmy and deliver two superkicks and a cannonball.

Jey tried to intervene, but Zayn quickly put him in his place with a brainbuster on the apron. Owens then took advantage and hit Jimmy with a senton bomb, but the resilient Uso managed to kick out. With the crowd singing "Olé" in appreciation of Zayn's performance, Zayn hit Jimmy with a Blue Thunder Bomb, but Jey had made a blind tag and delivered a jumping superkick for a close two-count.

Jimmy retaliated with a superkick, followed by one from Jey, and together they delivered a double superkick, but Owens broke up the pin. Jimmy then sent Owens out of the ring with another superkick, leaving Zayn vulnerable to a double superkick from the Usos. Miraculously, Zayn managed to kick out by rolling his shoulder up.

Jimmy then tagged in, and the Usos went for their signature move, the 1D, but Owens tripped Jimmy, allowing Zayn to cradle Jey for a near-fall. Owens then attempted to powerbomb Jimmy onto the announce table, but Jey intervened just in time to save his partner. The Usos then delivered a devastating double chokeslam on Owens through the announce table, leaving Zayn alone in the ring.

The Usos then delivered another 1D on Zayn, and it seemed as though it might be the end, but Zayn miraculously kicked out. Commentator Cole was stunned as no one had ever kicked out of the 1D before, and the crowd was buzzing with excitement.

Jey relentlessly attacked Zayn, who seemed to be in trouble and unable to counter. Jey even executed his version of a Helluva Kick, and then taunted Zayn. However, Zayn suddenly grabbed Jey and slammed him into the turnbuckles with a powerful exploder.

Owens returned to the apron, and Zayn tagged him in. Owens quickly unleashed pop-up powerbombs on both Usos, while Zayn connected with a Helluva Kick on Jimmy. Owens followed up with a stunner on Jey, which almost resulted in a pinfall.

All four men regained their footing, and the two teams resumed their intense brawl. Owens hit several superkicks, but then ate some of his own, with the Usos also delivering a superkick to Zayn and sending him tumbling off the apron.

Undeterred, the Usos delivered a double splash on Owens, who incredibly kicked out of the pin attempt. However, the Usos continued their assault and superkicked Owens repeatedly against the turnbuckle, setting up for a big move. Suddenly, Zayn intervened and pulled Jimmy out of the ring, hurling him over the announce table. In the ring, Owens executed an avalanche fisherman’s buster on Jey before tagging in Zayn, who was the legal man.

Zayn quickly struck Jey with not one, but two Helluva kicks, while Owens hit Jimmy with a stunner. Zayn then delivered another Helluva kick on Jey, finally securing the pinfall victory. The crowd erupted in cheers as Zayn and Owens celebrated their hard-fought triumph.

WINNER: Kevin Owens & Sami Zay via pinfall



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