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LIVE From Dallas: Second Night Of WrestleMania 38 Underway

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LIVE From Dallas: Second Night Of WrestleMania 38 Underway

We are here in Dallas, Texas for the second night of WrestleMania 38.

We've got a huge evening of action ahead of us, but there's no prizes for guessing who everyone is here to see.

It's being tipped as the biggest and best WrestleMania main event of all time as Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns face off in a championship unification bout.

Follow all the action from Dallas in our live blog BELOW!

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NIGHT 2 LINEUP

  • Winner Take All Championship Unification: Roman Reigns (c - universal) vs. Brock Lesnar (c - WWE)
  • Edge vs. AJ Styles
  • Raw Tag Team Championship: RK-Bro (c) vs. Street Profits vs. Alpha Academy
  • Women's Tag Team Championship: Carmella & Queen Zelina (c) vs. Sasha Banks & Naomi vs. Liv for Brutality vs. Natalya & Shayna Baszler
  • Sami Zayn vs. Johnny Knoxville (Anything Goes)
  • Pat McAfee vs. Austin Theory
  • Bobby Lashley vs. Omos

NIGHT 2 RESULTS:

RK-Bro retain Raw Tag Team Championship against Street Profits and Alpha Academy

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What's better than one RKO? Multiple RKOs.

Randy Orton and Riddle have quickly emerging as one of the most-loved tag teams in WWE - and you can see why.

The duo successfully saw off Street Profits and Alpha Academy in the opening match of WrestleMania Sunday.

NIGHT 1 RESULTS:

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The Usos defeat Shinsuke Nakamura and Rick Boogs (retain SmackDown tag team championship)

A nasty knee injury to Rick Boogs meant The Usos had a two-on-one against Shinsuke Nakamura - and they took full advantage.

Boogs was attempting to lift both Usos at the same time in a Fireman's carry when his right knee buckled under the pressure and gave way.

With Boogs out of action, Shinsuke Nakamura was left helpless as The Usos finished him off with relative ease to retain their titles.

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Drew McIntyre defeats Happy Corbin

Drew McIntyre exacts his revenge over Happy Corbin.

It was Corbin who dominated early on, but it wasn't long before the momentum swung in the Scotsman's favour.

After getting his hand raised by the referee, McIntyre then sliced the ropes with his 'Angela' sword when attempting to hit Madcap Moss.

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The Miz and Logan Paul Beat Rey and Dominik Mysterio

It pains us to admit it, but Logan Paul looked like a natural in there.

The YouTuber-turned-boxer made his WWE debut, partnering up with The Miz to take on the father-son Mysterio duo - and Paul didn't look out of place.

Not sure how well the copying of Eddie Guerrero's signature moves went down with the WWE die-hards, but Paul certainly proved he can match it with the best in the business.

And with The Miz turning his back on Paul but hitting him with a Skull Crusher after the bell, we could just see the social media megastar make a return in the future to exact his revenge?

Bianca Belair defeats Becky Lynch to clinch the Raw women's championship

What. A. Match.

Both women put everything on the line in a physically-gruelling bout, but it was Belair who walks away from Dallas with the belt wrapped round her waist.

As far as bouts go, that one might just be the best of the night so far. Thoughts?

Cody Rhodes sees off Seth Rollins

Cody Rhodes made his long-awaited return to the WWE, facing off against Seth 'Freakin' Rollins.

And the AEW fan favourite got right back into the swing of things, coming out on top in a back-and-forth contest in front of 77,000 supporters.

It looked like Rollins was going to rain on Rhodes' parade, but he newly-unveiled signing pulled it back and came up with a huge win.

Rhodes well and truly rolled back the years and even paid homage to his legendary father Dusty by copying his "Bionic Elbow" signature move.

Charlotte Flair retains SmackDown women's championship against Ronda Rousey

Controversial, very controversial.

Charlotte Flair keeps the SmackDown women's championship belt wrapped round her waist Ronda Rousey - but it didn't come without its question marks.

In a match packed with submission attempts, it was Rousey who looked like she landed the killer blow.

The former UFC champion appeared to pin Flair, but it was missed by the referee who was down on the canvas after copping an accidental spear.

But as Rousey went to help the official to his feet, she was hit from behind by Flair which resulted in her hitting the deck.

Flair pinned her and subsequently got her hand raised.

Stone Cold Steve Austin victorious in his comeback

The Texas Rattlesnake made his return 19 years after retiring and it was absolutely sensational.

While appearing on Kevin Owens' 'KO Show', Stone Cold was challenged to a No Holds Barred match, which he duly obliged to partake in.

What followed was tables, chairs, suplexes on the concrete, a couple of Stone Cold Stunners and endless chugging of beers.

After handing out "one last can of whoop ass" like he promised, it was Austin who got his hand raised in front of his home crowd - finally getting the send off he deserved.

Featured Image Credit: WWE/Alamy

Topics: Wrestlemania, Wrestling, WWE, Roman Reigns, Australia, Brock Lesnar, Stone Cold Steve Austin

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