WrestleMania 34 round-up: Brock Lesnar legitimately leaves Roman Reigns a bloody mess, Ronda Rousey triumphs on debut and The Undertaker squashes John Cena in three minutes

The universal champ was touted to be dropping the belt as his contract with the company expires and he wants a UFC return.

And the Beast Incarnate seemed to forget he was still in a wrestling ring as he dug his elbows into the forehead of his opponent.

Ronda Rousey was the highlight of a pretty underwhelming event as she finally made her in-ring debut teaming with Kurt Angle.

The pair of Olympic medallists took on Triple H and Stephanie McMahon in a fast paced and action packed match.

Rousey eventually picked up the win as she locked in the Arm Bar on Stephanie and made her tap.

The Undertaker returned and squashed John Cena in just three minutes.

It was a rather underwhelming match after the weeks of build up although it now potentially sets up a rematch later in the year.

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Braun Strowman finally revealed his mystery tag partner – which turned out to be a ten-year-old boy.

The Monster Among Men plucked Nicholas from the crowd and is now one of the youngest champions in WWE history as Strowman dismantled The Bar.

Daniel Bryan made an emotional return to the ring two years after being forced to retire with concussion-related injuries.

He and Shane McMahon defeated Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn meaning the pair now have to leave SamckDown Live.

Charlotte Flair ended Asuka's undefeated streak to retain the SmackDown women's title in a thrilling encounter.

But Raw crowned a new women's champion as Nia Jax defeated Alexa Bliss.

Shinsuke Nakamura turned heel after beating up AJ Styles after losing his match for the WWE championship.

Seth Rollins became a Grand Slam champions after seeing off The Miz and Finn Balor in the opening match.

But the crowd were not so happy about the US title after Jinder Mahal went on to lift the belt due to foul play.

And the Bludgeon Brother are the new SmackDown Live tag champs after beating The Usos and The New Day.

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