after a great Night 1 of WWE Wrestlemania 39, the second evening of the match even bigger. Roman Reigns will place his WWE Universal Undisputed championship against Cody Rhodes in what looks to be the toughest test yet for the Bloodline frontman, who has been WWE’s top champion for nearly 1,000 days.
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Currently, there are six matches scheduled for Night 2 of Wrestlemania 39. The main event will, of course, feature reigning undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns defending his title against him. won the Royal Rumble 2023 Cody Rhodes. However, that’s just one of three scheduled title defenses on Night 2. Check out the night’s full card below.
Night Battle Card 2:
- Roman Reigns (c) vs Cody Rhodes (Undisputed WWE Global Championship)
- Brock Lesnar vs. Omos
- Bianca Belair (c) vs Asuka (WWE Raw Women’s Championship)
- Gunther (c) vs Drew McIntyre vs Sheamus (WWE Intercontinental Championship)
- Edge vs. “Demon” Finn Bálor in prison hell
- Liv Morgan and Raquel Rodriguez against Natalya and Shotzi against Ronda Rousey and Shayna Baszler against Chelsea Green and Sonya Deville in a fatal quartet
Brock Lesnar vs. Omos
Winner: Brock Lesnar via pinfall
The size difference between Brock and Omos is hilarious because Beast Incarnate is rarely the little guy in the room. That’s not the case here, which makes for some incredibly cool images as Lesnar is hurled around the ring by the Nigerian Giants. One thing WWE has wisely done recently is to show that Lesnar is not one to be insensitive to pain, and for his part, Lesnar has been very good at selling offense.
However, like most Lesnar matches (and certainly most Omos matches), this is a short and basic match. Omos beat Brock a lot, Brock ran into a few (very impressive) German blunders and hit an F5 to a completely pointless win. This doesn’t help Lesnar and makes Omos look weaker than a guy who isn’t around often. Sadly, it’s not as exciting a start to Night 2 as Theory/Cena for Night 1. But you can’t win them all.
Liv Morgan and Raquel Rodriguez against Natalya and Shotzi against Ronda Rousey and Shayna Baszler against Chelsea Green and Sonya Deville in a fatal quartet
Winner: Ronda Rousey and Shayna Baszler via submission
The problem with this matchup is that there really aren’t many real tag teams in the women’s league. Most of these are temporary teams. Sure, Ronda and Shayna have been working together lately, but even they don’t feel quite right together as a team. Of course, there’s still time for that but since it’s a Women’s Tag Team showcase, it’s more of a match designed to draw a group of women who aren’t in the story to the card.
Ronda and Shayna won by submission (first day of the weekend, so far, unless you count NXT) but it’s impossible to know what that win really means going forward. This feels unimportant and while it’s not a bad match, it doesn’t match the level the men’s match set on Night 1.
Gunther (c) vs Drew McIntyre vs Sheamus (WWE Intercontinental Championship)
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