- Wrestlemania 36 produced some exciting results in the Day 2 event
- Mclntyre and Flair went home with the WWE and NXT titles respectively
- John Cena and Randy Orton also recorded losses to Bray Wyatt and Edge
Wrestlemania 36 Day 2 was as exciting as the first day as two major titles changed hands in the biggest wrestling showpiece.
Drew Mclntyre and Brock Lesnar both delivered their finishing moves on the night. The Beast threw five F5's but the Scottish Psychopath kicked out.
Drew also had to deliver four Claymore kicks before he could subdue Lesnar and got the three count to win his first-ever WWE title.
It was the first time the NXT Women's Championship was defended in a Wrestlemania event and Charlotte Flair emerged victorious over Rea Ripley.
Flair had damaged one of Ripley's legs in the entertaining fight and made the Australian tap-out in her figure eight submission move.
John Cena's return to the squared circled ended in a loss to Bray Wyatt in the Firefly FunHouse Match.
The Fiend locked Cena with the Mandible Claw and characters of the Firefly FunHouse made the three count for Wyatt to record the win.
The Last Man Standing match between Edge and Randy Orton ended in a win for the Canadian wrestler who for the first time had a singles' match after nine long years.
Edge caught Orton in an arm-triangle choke as the referee counted to ten to end the brawl.
Here are the full results of Day 2 Wrestlesmaia 36:
Street Profits def. Garza & Theory via pinfall to retain the titles
Bayley def. Evans via pinfall to retain the title
The Fiend def. Cena via pinfall counted by Wyatt
McIntyre def. Brock Lesnar (c) via pinfall to win the title
Flair def. Ripley via submission to win the title
Edge def. Orton via 10 count
Otis def. Ziggler via pinfall
Black def. Lashley via pinfall
Liv Morgan def. Natalya via pinfall
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Mauro Icardi's loan move at Paris Saint-Germain has been reportedly terminated following comments made by his wife Wanda Nara.
Wanda's recent statement about her husband wanting to return to Italy blew things out of proportion as it angered PSG chiefs.
The 27-year-old joined the Ligue 1 champions after his troubled spell with the San Siro giants Inter Milan.
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