WrestleMania Results Day 2 LIVE: Shemus mauls Riddle to win United States Championship Title, Apollo Crews wins Intercontinental championship

WrestleMania Results Day 2 LIVE: Shemus mauls Riddle to win United States Championship Title, Apollo Crews wins Intercontinental championship
WrestleMania Results Day 2 LIVE: Shemus mauls Riddle to win United States Championship Title, Apollo Crews wins Intercontinental championship

WWE WrestleMania 37 Day 2 LIVE Results – Shemus wins United State Championship Title, Apollo Crews wins Intercontinental championship: Shemus has beaten Riddle for United States Championship Title. In 1 on 1 matches Shemus & Riddle had played 4 times before with both winning 2-2. The previous HEAD to HEAD suggested that it will be a close encounter – but it ended up being a one way traffic as Shemus completely mauled Riddle to win the United State Championship Title at WrestleMania.

WWE WrestleMania Live: Sheamus vs Riddle HEAD to HEAD
In 1-on-1 matches, Sheamus & Riddle are an even 2-2 against each other.

– August 2020: Riddle won on SmackDown via DQ
– October 2020: Sheamus won on Raw
– November 2020: Riddle won on Raw
– March 2021: Sheamus won on Raw

WrestleMania was their 5th singles meeting

WrestleMania Results Day 2 LIVE – United States Championship — Sheamus def. Riddle via pinfall to win the title: Sheamus got off to a fast start, trying to work the arm of Riddle before resorting to a punch to the stomach and stomp of the head after Riddle mounted an early a comeback. This was a surprisingly sloppy match. There were multiple botches throughout and the final Brogue Kick caught Riddle square in the mouth, drawing a good amount of blood. Despite the issues, the bulk of the match was a solid, hard-hitting affair. Sheamus def. Riddle via pinfall to win the title.

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WrestleMania Results Day 2 LIVE – Apollo Crews wins Intercontinental championship – Apollo Crews def. Big E via pinfall to win the title.

Thanks to Dabba Kato, Apollo Crews gets the victory and is the New Intercontinental Champion. WWE is reportedly giving a former Raw Underground star a repackaging in Dabba Kato. It’s also funny that both Omos and Babatunde were prominently involved in Raw Underground and now WWE just acts like it didn’t happen. And in case you were wondering: According to dirt sheets, his new name is now Commander Azeez. Dabba-Kato is Half-Nigerian !!

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Big E immediately went to work with a kendo stick, wearing out the ribs of Crews before sending him crashing into some of the drums at ringside. Crews managed to get his hands on the kendo stick for a bit of retaliation before Big E hit the spear through the ropes to the floor. Big E tried to set up some of the ring steps, allowing Crews to get back into the match, eventually trying to drop the steps on Big E. Big E was able to move and hit a uranage suplex from the ring apron onto the steps set up on the outside.

Crews fired up and came back with a flurry of shots with a kendo stick, but missed when trying to hit a splash on Big E from the top rope through a table. Big E hit the Big Ending and seemed set to retain his title, but Dabba Kato ran in and took out Big E, hitting a choke slam and placing Crews on top for the three count. This was short, but very brutal. Every bit of offense was heavy and meaningful before the Dabba Kato run-in. The only big knock here is that the announcers acted as though they’d never seen Kato, despite him being a fixture on Raw Underground in 2020 and someone selected in the draft. Apollo Crews def. Big E via pinfall to win the title.

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WrestleMania Results Day 2 LIVE – Randy Orton def. “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt via pinfall. Before the match, The Fiend was shown “burning” and returning to his original form, no longer appearing burned. Alexa Bliss cranked a giant Jack-in-the-box next to the ring before The Fiend emerged. The pre-match spectacle of The Fiend’s entrance was great, but the match itself didn’t really do much before the sudden, very odd ending – absolute disappointment. Randy Orton def. “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt via pinfall.

Oh, @RandyOrton. You of all people should know that #TheFiend does not go down easily. 🙃 😂 #WrestleMania @AlexaBliss_WWE @WWEBrayWyatt pic.twitter.com/tu7ZKnsZ8m

— WWE WrestleMania (@WrestleMania) April 12, 2021

WrestleMania Results Day 2 LIVE – Women’s Tag Team Championship — Nia Jax & Shayna Baszler (c) beat Natalya & Tamina: The champions got it easy. A perfectly good tag match with no real rough spots other than Tamina’s slam of Jax not really hitting the way it was intended. Nia Jax & Shayna Baszler def. Natalya & Tamina via submission.

WrestleMania Results Day 2 LIVE – Kevin Owens def. Sami Zayn via pinfall: A fired-up Owens hit a pop-up powerbomb just seconds into the match, but Zayn rolled out of the ring. Owens came back with a pair of superkicks and a stunner for the three count. After the match, Paul tried to shake Owens’ hand, but Zayn got angry, claiming Paul was his guest of honor, leading Paul to shove him to the floor and raise Owens’ hand. The crowd booed Paul and immediately began cheering when it became clear that the inevitable stunner was incoming. Owens delivered, dropping Paul. This was a very good match between guys with a lot of history — and the chemistry that comes with it. The Logan Paul business was what it was. At least he ate a stunner. Kevin Owens def. Sami Zayn via pinfall.

Thank you, @FightOwensFight!

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— WWE on FOX (@WWEonFOX) April 12, 2021