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[GO-LIVE-TV]!~Wrestlemania 37 Day 2 Live Stream PPV Fight Match
4 minutes ago — Wrestlemania 37 Day 2 Live Stream PPV Fight Match One final scramble had the crowd on edge, as Banks went for the backstabber to set up the Banks statement, only for Belair to spin through, hit the KOD and pick up the 1-2-3. WWE Champion Bobby Lashley retained his title when he took on Drew McIntyre in the opening match of WrestleMania Night 1. Lashley continued his reign as McIntyre passed out to the Hurt Locker as the All Mighty reclaimed his gold at The Grandest Stage of Them All.
Among other matches, SmackDown Women’s Champion Sasha Banks battled Bianca Belair. This was one of WrestleMania 37’s marquee bouts that had “show stealer” written all over it, as Banks put her title on the line against Belair in the main event of WrestleMania Night 1. Ultimately it was Belair who came up trumps.
The latest WWE showcase event, night one of WrestleMania 37, takes place tonight (Sat., April 10, 2021) from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, on pay-per-view (PPV) and the Peacock streaming service. You can get full results and coverage of every single match on the card by clicking here. In an effort to avoid bogging down the main live blog thread, comments for that post have been turned off and this will be your spot to talk about the show all throughout the evening.
AT THE MOMENT – it looks like inclement weather is heading towards Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, FL and they’ve asked the crowd there to seek shelter for the time being.
So, we might see the show delayed a little bit. I can’t imagine neither Tampa nor the WWE have gone into tonight’s show without a contingency plan, so we’ll have to wait and see how things play out. Thankfully, we still have plenty of time before the show is supposed to start.
In the meantime, share your WrestleMania Night One predictions in the comments down below and let’s get a conversation going. We’ll keep you up to speed with the developments down in Florida as they happen!We’re about 15 minutes away from the official preshow on Peacock, so we’ll wait and see what word comes down from WWE on high then.
The Kickoff Show is almost over and, despite reports coming in that the steel cage is being lowered to the ring, they’ve confirmed that McIntyre vs Lashley will be starting the show off as expected.See you all in a bit! All timestamps will be in Central Time. Have fun!
COVERAGE STARTS BELOW – LATEST UPDATE WILL BE RIGHT BELOW THIS LINE.That was an amazing first night! Wow! That was an absolute pleasure to cover.I will see you all tomorrow night, provided the weather holds. Thank you all so much for watching along with me. which took place Saturday, April 10, and continues Sunday, April 11, at 7/6c on Peacock, featured WWE’s first major live crowd since the pandemic began. 25,000 fans, who wore masks and sat in pods, gathered at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa to watch wrestling titans clash for bragging rights, big opportunities, and even a few titles.
Night 1 kicked off with an exuberant fireworks display as well as singer Bebe Rexha performing “America the Beautiful.” In the ring, a Tag Team Turmoil pitted Naomi and Lana against Mandy Rose and Dana Brooke, The Riott Squad, Natalya and Tamina, and Carmella and Billie Kay for an opportunity to challenge current Women’s Tag Team Champions Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler on Night 2. Plus, recording artist Bad Bunny teamed up with Damian Priest to take on The Miz and John Morrison.
The night also saw SmackDown Women’s Champion Sasha Banks and Bianca Belair make history as the first Black women to compete one-on-one at WrestleMania, with their title match serving as the main event.
Night 2 will also deliver plenty of surprises and spectacles as Intercontinental Champion Big E defends his title against Apollo Crews in a Nigerian Drum match, Raw Women’s Champion Asuka faces Rhea Ripley, and Universal Championship Roman Reigns squares off against Edge and Daniel Bryan in a triple threat match during the Main Event.