Drew McIntyre defeats Brock Lesnar to win the WWE Championship at Wrestlemania 36.

WrestleMania 36: Drew McIntyre becomes first British WWE Champ

Drew McIntyre dropped Brock Lesnar with three claymore kicks and went on to become the first Scotsman to lift the WWE Championship at WrestleMania 36.


Drew McIntyre defeats Brock Lesnar to win the WWE Championship at Wrestlemania 36.

Wrestlemania 36 may have been forced behind closed doors but necessity is the mother of invention, and the WWE put on a daddy of a pay-per-view.

Here we look at the results from part two of the streaming and broadcast epic that was Wrestlemania 36.

After a phenomenal Boneyard Match set a new standard for pay-per-view sports entertainment, we were set to be treated to a twisted Firefly Funhouse Match on night two.

Wrestlemania 36 part two

Liv Morgan def. Natalya (Kickoff Match)

Liv Morgan made the most of her singles debut on The Grandest Stage of Them All, besting decorated veteran Natalya in an upset on the Kickoff.

NXT Women’s Championship Match

Charlotte Flair def. Rhea Ripley NEW CHAMPION

Charlotte Flair made history by defeating Rhea Ripley at WrestleMania, but the Australian “Nightmare” of the black-and-gold brand made a name for herself, mounting an outstanding if unsuccessful effort against the woman who has come to personify championship excellence in WWE.

Aleister Black def. Bobby Lashley

The honeymoon phase might be over for Bobby Lashley and Lana after ‘The Ravishing Russian’s’ WrestleMania fumble, allowing Aleister Black to capture the victory. The match leaned solely in Lashley’s favour until the costly error. 

Otis def. Dolph Ziggler

Otis will forever look back on WrestleMania 36 as not only the event where he made Dolph Ziggler pay for all the anguish he caused, but also the night that he finally, after years of courtship, earned a kiss from his beloved Mandy Rose.

Last Man Standing Match

Edge def. Randy Orton

Randy Orton brought the best out of his former tag team partner, mentor and borderline saviour Edge. The Rated-R Superstar answered months of attacks from Orton to win a Last Man Standing Match that took the two rivals to hell and back, with a stopover in the bowels of the WWE Performance Center.


Raw Tag Team Championship Match

The Street Profits (C) def. Angel Garza and Austin Theory

The Street Profits brought the smoke, and they left with the Raw Tag Team Championships after defeating Zelina Vega’s charges, Angel Garza & Austin Theory.

Vega’s new pairing lacked the reps of a longtime team like Angelo Dawkins & Montez Ford, but the young duo meshed well on The Grandest Stage of Them All.

All four Superstars left it all in the arena in their respective WrestleMania debuts, from Ford’s head-over-heels dive over the ropes while screaming “WrestleMania!” to Garza’s moonsault to the entrance ramp. 

Sports News

Smackdown Women’s Championship Fatal Five-way Elimination Match

Bayley (C) def. Sasha Banks, Naomi, Lacey Evans and Tamina

Bayley came within seconds of collecting a Women’s Right from Lacey Evans that might have seen her leave the WWE Performance centre without her Smackdown Women’s title, but her good friend Sasha Banks came up with an assist. Bayley retained the title through teamwork with Sasha Banks, but cracks have started to show.

WWE Championship Match

Drew McIntyre def. Brock Lesnar NEW CHAMPION

Drew McIntyre survived three F-5s from ‘the Beast’ Brock Lesnar before answering with a hat-trick of Claymore kicks that kept the WWE Champion down for the three-count.

An emotional McIntyre lifted the belt after the match as the first British WWE Champion.

Firefly Funhouse Match

‘The Fiend’ Bray Wyatt def. John Cena 

The Fiend took John Cena on a twisted journey through his warped imagination and ensured that no WWE Superstar would accept an invitation to the Firefly Funhouse without some serious second thoughts.

Wrestlemania 36 part one results