Braun Strowman, Alexa Bliss New Champions at Wrestlemania 36

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Two Huge Title Change Hands At WWE Wrestlemania 36 Night I 

Two Huge Title Change Hands At WWE Wrestlemania 36 Night I
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Wrestlemania 36 made the biggest impact around the world at a time when no other sports is to follow due to coronavirus pandemic. The night I of the show of shows appeared to be a huge success that concluded with a first-time-ever Boneyard match in a cemetery.

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Additionally, two big title changes were amongst the highlights of the Wrestlemania night with one of them happening right after the opening of the show.

Two Huge Title Change Hands At WWE Wrestlemania 36 Night I 1

Nikki Cross and Alexa Bliss defeated Asuka and Kairi Sane to become the new WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions on Night One of WrestleMania 36. It was the opening contest of the night that was dominated by Asuka in the get-go. She almost submitted Cross if it was not for Alexa Bliss who hit the Twisted Bliss to make the save.

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Two Huge Title Change Hands At WWE Wrestlemania 36 Night I 2

Cross was able to counter by hitting the neckbreaker on Kairi Sane allowing Alexa Bliss to hit the Twister Bliss for the second time to secure the pinfall win. Thus, the two besties residing on Smackdown became the first team to capture the women’s tag team belts on two separate occasions.

The Kabuki Warriors won the titles back at Hell In a Cell in October, by defeating Cross and Alexa Bliss. Following this title win, the new champions featured in a backstage interview where Bliss recalled how she told everyone 6 months ago that she had a plan to get back the titles. She was happy that her plan worked out at Wrestlemania whereas Cross couldn’t control her emotions and continued hugging Bliss.

Two Huge Title Change Hands At WWE Wrestlemania 36 Night I 3

Another major championship changed hands at Wrestlemania 36 night I as Braun Strowman is your new Universal Champion. He defeated WWE Hall of Famer Bill Goldberg to capture the title in a short match. Originally, Roman Reigns was supposed to compete in this match who latter pulled himself out of the match due to his body being in an immunocompromised state.

As a result, Braun Strowman received the sudden opportunity at Wrestlemania 36 to step into the ring against legendary Goldberg. After digesting three spears from The Myth, he fired back with four back to back Running Powerslams to secure the win as well as the title.

This is the first run for Braun Strowman with the Universal Title whereas Goldberg won the belt back in February by defeating “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt at WWE Super ShowDown.

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