WWE WrestleMania 38 Night 1 Results (2022) Geeks + Gamers
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The “wrestlemania 38 night 2 matches” is the second of two nights at WrestleMania. The first night was a great success, but the second night was not as good.
Results from Night 1 of WWE WrestleMania 38 (2022)
Results from Night 1 of WWE WrestleMania 38
Danny Damage brings you the first night’s results and analysis from WWE WrestleMania 38!
Results from Night 1 of WWE WrestleMania 38
Are you sick of the word “stupendous” yet? Me too. I watched NXT Stand & Deliver AND night 1 of WrestleMania live, and it’d be cool if we were to scrub it from the dictionary for a couple of years. Two nights of WrestleMania is still a little too much, in my opinion, so let’s get on with it before fatigue starts kicking in.
The Usos vs. Shinsuke Nakamura & Rick Boogs (SmackDown Tag Team Championship)
Drunky and Jay Uso were the winners (pinfall)
Boogs attempted to Samoan drop both Usos at the same time, but blew his knee out, leaving Nakamura vulnerable to a lot of double-teaming.
Happy Corbin vs. Drew McIntyre
Drew McIntyre is the winner (pinfall)
Drew kicked out of Corbin’s End of Days and then knocked Corbin out with a Claymore kick, despite Madcap Moss’ best attempts to create distractions on the outside.
Rey & Dominik Mysterio vs. The Miz & Logan Paul
Winners: The Miz & Logan Paul (pinfall)
After a series of hard-hitting maneuvers against the Mysterios, Miz pinned Rey Mysterio to give the heels the victory. While they were rejoicing, The Miz finished Paul and kissed him on the lips before going away… just because. Logan Paul did not deliver the worst celebrity contribution in history; The Miz and Rey are both capable of keeping things in check.
The main concern from this angle is how hard WWE is pushing us to believe Dominic Mysterio is the second coming of his old man. I’ve mentioned before how I’m not buying it with Dominic; he isn’t oozing natural ability, and he’s been doing it a while now. Perhaps it’s finally time to stick a Mysterio mask on someone else and act like it’s Dominic. I mean, WWE got away with the whole Kurt Angle & Jason Jordan fabrication; surely it works in reverse too!
Bianca Belair vs. Becky Lynch (Raw Women’s Championship)
Bianca Belair was the winner (pinfall)
Belair made amends for last year’s SummerSlam loss against Becky in 26 seconds. After trying for a senton, Becky kicked Bianca in the face with her heels; they showed a replay, and it looked brutal. It didn’t stop her from clinching the victory with a Kiss of Death on Lynch.
Seth Rollins takes against an unknown opponent.
Cody Rhodes is the winner.
Cody Rhodes was cartwheeling and mentioning Stardust to the hard camera three minutes into the bout… nice lad! Regardless of my feelings on Cody, the guys put up a terrific display and had the audience eating out of their hands with many near-falls. If you’ve ever seen Cody on AEW, you’ll know that he has to hit his finisher three times in order for it to be effective. He even managed to cram his father’s Bionic Elbow inside.
(Smackdown Women’s Championship) Charlotte Flair vs. Ronda Rousey vs. Rousey’s Outfit
Charlotte Flair is the winner (pinfall)
From the bell, the two lasses rushed for one other, their loathing for one another obvious. There were a few miscommunications that made the bout appear more like a battle, as there were in many Charlotte and Rousey matches. Charlotte attempted to do Andrade el Idolo’s double moon-sault spot halfway through, but she overshot the second and ate canvass. The finale saw the referee take a bump and miss Flair tapping to the armbar, and then Flair floored Rousey with a running kick while she checked on the official.
Rousey spent a lot of time battling with her overly-friendly attire, as she did in most of her bouts, and Charlotte had a similar difficulty with her apparel, which was spared by some camera trickery.
The KO Show with Kevin Owens & “Stone Cold” Steve Austin
Winner: Anyone who wants to be reminded of Steve Austin by hearing the glass shatter and seeing a slew of Stone Cold stunners! (together with Steve Austin)
When Austin initially came, Owens began by slamming Texas and Stone Cold, then weaseled around. Owens enticed Austin to sit down and rest for a few moments before challenging him to a bout. Austin trampled a few mudholes in Owens, and the two fought in the audience until Austin defeated KO with a stunner.
WrestleMania nearly turned into an episode of Raw or SmackDown this year, in the sense that it finished with an interview/promo part. Sure, the brawl eventually turned into a brawl, and yes, it’s Stone Cold Steve Austin, but WrestleMania’s aura had already been diluted heavily by the long run-times and multi-night setup; ending on an impromptu match diminished it for me, and it felt like I’d just stayed up to watch TV rather than the year’s most spectacular PREMIUM LIVE EVENT.
We’ll see you again tomorrow for night two!
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