WWE Wrestlemania 35 Results: AJ Styles Defeats Randy Orton In Dream Match
The Viper slithered into Wrestlemania trying to spread his venom onto the Phenomenal One. But ‘The House that AJ Styles’ built remained intact in a marquee match at the ‘show of shows’ living up to the expectations. The two veterans fought tooth and nail to deliver yet another slobberknocker at the showcase of immortals.
Randy Orton started the match by raking into the eyes of AJ Styles. But the babyface player came back hitting him with a springboard forearm outside the ring. He controlled the match thereafter by hitting an Argentine Backbreaker followed by a 450 Splash. The Calf Crusher was up next as Orton barely managed to get out of it.
But The Apex Predator soon countered with an RKO in the second attempt. But AJ Styles kicked out of it to the shocker of the WWE Universe! Styles came back delivering a Pele Kick on his opponent but received a pendant DDT from Randy Orton. He reversed the next RKO attempt into the Phenomenal Forearm for the victory. So at the end of the night, Styles left the showcase of immortals with his hands raised with a victory.
One of the dream contest of Wrestlemania became reality when WWE announced AJ Styles vs. Randy Orton in a singles capacity. These two are the greatest pro-wrestlers of our generation who did not square off in a big capacity, prior to this. Thanks to the WWE creative team, we finally received the match on last night’s event.
AJ Styles is one of the most hardworking professional wrestlers of the pro-wrestling world. He worked in numerous other promotions before stepping into the WWE as the best technical athlete that we have ever seen. Randy Orton, on the other hand, has been a living legend in the WWE with 13 world championship reigns by his name.
So it was basically their pride that collided at Wrestlemania 35. This is the reason why the feud became so intense despite WWE’s poor booking around the feud. Both AJ Styles and Randy Orton are veteran in-ring performers and delivered with their very best at the ‘show of shows’ to make it a memorable affair. In the end, it was the Phenomenal One to pick up the big win and prove that Smackdown has indeed become his house.
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