” Shane McMahon brought 100,000 WWE fans to their feet in Dallas, Texas last night as Vince’s prodigal son hurled himself off the top of the Hell in a Cell cage during his Wrestlemania battle with The Undertaker. The 46-year-old, whose wife and three young sons watched him step inside a WWE ring for the first time in seven years from the front row, took several moments to take in the electric atmosphere at the AT&T Stadium before ensuring his stunt-filled match would be remembered for years to come by dropping off the side of the enormous structure, plunging at least 20 feet before crashing through a commentary table.
Wrestlemania legend ‘Taker had rolled out of the way of being Shane’s personal crash pad only seconds before impact. Although Shane remained defiant in spirit, he was unquestionably spent by the devastating landing – and moments later was despatched by the Dead Man, seemingly ending Shane’s quest to assume the reins of Raw from his family, including sister Stephanie McMahon and her husband Triple H. Elsewhere on the bill, there were more triumphant returns for veteran stars and legends, with The Rock engaging in a brief bout with Erick Rowan following some verbal sparring with Bray Wyatt and his Family.
Having toppled Wyatt’s brutish brother in a matter of seconds, Rock was soon joined by a returning John Cena – out with injury since January – to see off the Wyatts for the rest of the show.1xbet.footballresultstoday.org/ The former Wrestlemania rivals embraced after partnering up against their common foe to the delight of fans worldwide.
Hall of Famers Steve Austin, Shawn Michaels and Mick Foley also got in on the nostalgic celebrations, coming together to unleash their signature finishers on the League of Nations after tag champs New Day suffered a rare loss. New Day’s trombone-wielding Xavier Woods also came in for a Stone Cold Stunner as he, Big E and Kofi Kingston attempted to teach the three legends how to shake their booties.
WWE announced the event – main evented by Roman Reigns’ WWE World Heavyweight title win over Triple H – set a new company attendance record of 101,763, beating the previously-claimed record of 93,173 inside the Pontiac Silverdome in Detroit for Wrestlemania III in 1987. Wrestlemania 32 also became the highest-grossing live event in WWE history, pulling in $17.3 million. – Subscribe to Gorilla Position, talkSPORT’s WWE podcast, on iTunes here – and check out the GP archive by having a poke about here Wrestlemania 32 results from the AT&T Stadium, Dallas, Texas, in full Kick Off show: Kalisto successfully defended his US title against Ryback Kick Off show: Brie Bella, Paige, Natalya, Alicia Fox and Eva Marie beat Naomi, Tamina, Emma, Summer Rae and Lana when Brie submitted Naomi Kick Off show: The Uso defeated the Dudley Boyz Zack Ryder claimed the Intercontinental championship in a match that also included Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn, Dolph Ziggler, Stardust, Sin Cara and Miz Chris Jericho pinned AJ Styles The League of Nations toppled New Day when King Barrett walloped Xavier Woods, who then ate a Brogue Kick from Sheamus Brock Lesnar wiped the floor with Dean Ambrose in a no holds barred street fight Charlotte retained her Divas title and was presented with the new Women’s championship after seeing off the challenges of Becky Lynch and Sasha Banks The Undertaker finished off Shane McMahon with a tombstone piledriver in a Hell in a Cell match Baron Corbin won the Andre the Giant memorial battle royal, last eliminating Kane The Rock pinned Erick Rowan in six second Roman Reigns beat Triple H for the WWE World Heavyweight championship 10 Wrestlemania 32 (Pic: WWE) – Wrestlemania 32 (Pic: WWE) 10 Roman Reigns is champ again (Pic: WWE) – Roman Reigns is champ again (Pic: WWE) 10 Chris Jerichois a legend of the wrestling business – Chris Jericho is a legend of the wrestling business 10 AJ flies through the air with ease (Pic: WWE) – AJ flies through the air with ease (Pic: WWE) 10 New Day and the biggest serving ever of Booty Os (Pic: WWE) – New Day and the biggest serving ever of Booty Os (Pic: WWE) 10 Legends and League of Nations square off (Pic: WWE) – Legends and League of Nations square off (Pic: WWE) 10 Austin hails the Texas crowd (Pic: WWE) – Austin hails the Texas crowd (Pic: WWE) 10 Sasha Banks splashes onto both Charlotte and Becky Lynch (Pic: WWE) – Sasha Banks splashes onto both Charlotte and Becky Lynch (Pic: WWE) 10 Shaq confronts Big Show in the Andre the Giant memorial battle royal (Pic: WWE) – Shaq confronts Big Show in the Andre the Giant memorial battle royal (Pic: WWE) 10 But the big lads didn’t stay around for long in the battle royal (Pic: WWE) – But the big lads didn’t stay around for long in the battle royal (Pic: WWE) ” ” Deontay Wilder has been ordered to defend his heavyweight title against Dominic Breazeale in his next fight.https://el.wikipedia.org/wiki/Βόρεια_Αμερική
The WBC made the ruling regarding their heavyweight champion on Wednesday, following Tyson Fury’s decision to opt out of a potential rematch last week. 3 Deontay Wilder is the WBC heavyweight world champion A statement from the WBC president Mauricio Sulaiman read: “The WBC Board of Governors have decided to enforce the ruling from the WBC Convention of October 2018 and is hereby ordering the following. “WBC world heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder shall fulfil his mandatory obligations by fighting Dominic Breazeale next. “This order constitutes the start of the free negotiations period for Champion Wilder’s mandatory defence of his title.
If no agreement is reached between the camps, the WBC shall conduct a purse offer ceremony on April 4, 2019 at the WBC Offices in Mexico City, Mexico.” 3 Dominic Breazeale was originally the WBC mandatory challenger 3 Dillian Whyte is left without an immediate route to a heavyweight world title shot There was no mention of Dillian Whyte in the ruling, something that has confused many fans as he was recently ordered to fight Dominic Breazeale for the WBC ‘interim’ heavyweight title and right to become Deontay Wilder’s next mandatory challenger. Instead, Breazeale has now been elevated and will get the instant shot at the champion leaving Whyte in the cold.
The explanation for this decision dates back to 2017 can be found in our timeline below. Warning: It’s ridiculous and complicated. LATEST BOXING NEWS ‘JOKE’ Whyte says Fury ‘should be ashamed’ after knocking out Schwarz in two rounds STATEMENT Tyson Fury scores vicious second-round TKO of Schwarz, promises Wilder rematch fight night Tyson Fury vs Tom Schwarz: Brit wins by TKO in the second round AMERICAN DREAM Tyson Fury enjoys spectacular US-themed ring walk before fight DISPUTE Billy Joe Saunders reacts angrily as Josh Warrington beats Kid Galahad on points CONTROVERSY Breidis wins crazy, chaotic brawl in Latvia as he elbows opponent before KO FIRE FIGHTS Fury returns, Warrington defends his title and cruiserweight carnage in Latvia ICED Cuban ‘KO Doctor’ renders opponent unconscious with one huge shot to reach WBSS final HAD TO HURT JJ Metcalf KOs Jason Welborn with sickening body shot INSIGHT Who is Tom Schwarz? German heavyweight set to take on Tyson Fury in Las Vegas DANGEROUS Fury warned to take Schwarz seriously or risk AJ repeat FIGHT NIGHT Warrington vs Galahad: All you need to know about big fight August 2016: Alexander Povetkin was ordered to fight Bermane Stiverne for the WBC ‘interim’ title and as a final eliminator for the mandatory position to Deontay Wilder December 2016: Alexander Povetkin failed a drugs test on fight week and the Bermane Stiverne fight was cancelled September 2017: Bermane Stiverne and Dominic Breazeale agreed to a fight (on the undercard of Deontay Wilder vs Luis Ortiz) that was sanctioned by the WBC as a final eliminator for the mandatory position to Wilder October 2017: Luis Ortiz failed a drugs test and Bermane Stiverne was elevated to fight Deontay Wilder in the main event October 2017: As a result, Dominic Breazeale agreed to fight Eric Molina on the undercard instead and this bout was sanctioned by the WBC as a final eliminator for the mandatory position to Wilder November 2017: Dominic Breazeale beat Eric Molina in the final eliminator and became mandatory to Deontay Wilder – the mandatory would be due in a year’s time April 2018: The WBC ordered Dillian Whyte vs Luis Ortiz as a final eliminator to become second mandatory to Deontay Wilder (after Dominic Breazeale) July 2018: The Dillian Whyte vs Luis Ortiz final eliminator did not happen and Whyte fought Joseph Parker instead October 2018: The WBC allowed Deontay Wilder to fight Tyson Fury so long as he then faced Dominic Breazeale immediately afterwards December 2018: Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury had a controversial draw January 2019: The WBC ordered Deontay Wilder to rematch Tyson Fury next February 2019: The WBC ordered Dominic Breazeale to fight Dillian Whyte for the WBC ‘interim’ title and as a final eliminator for the mandatory position to Deontay Wilder February 2019: Tyson Fury opted out of the Deontay Wilder rematch March 2019: The WBC have now ordered Deontay Wilder to face Dominic Breazeale next instead because he was originally mandatory “