But the biggest ones were Roman Reigns' loss to Brock Lesnar and Undertaker's last minute return at the Mercedes Benz Superdome in New Orleans. WWE's angle was clear-in this feud, Reigns is the passionate, outmatched babyface you need to root for. After all, Lesnar was supposed to lose the belt last night and head to the UFC, right? Everyone was certain that Roman Reigns was going to be the man to finally bring to an end the WWE universal championship reign of Brock Lesnar, putting a conclusion to their story that's really three years in the making.
Meltzer also reported that Lesnar and WWE chairman Vince McMahon "kept the Wrestlemania 34 result secret from nearly everyone, including the top executives and the writing team".
The Beast Incarnate sat atop Reigns and hit a series of elbow strikes, which left the Big Dog's face and hair totally covered in blood and him looking dazed.
The Cruiserweight Championship match between Cedric Alexander and Mustafa Ali was a very solid match as most expected it to be to with some great storytelling involved as well.
After the match, Asuka congratulated Charlotte and the two competitors shared an emotional embrace in the ring. The two started out exchanging German suplexes and Superman punches, much as you might expect-the beginning of this match was like when you're watching two Ryu players in the arcade, and they spend the entire round spamming hadoukens at each other. Thus, if Lesnar was going to sign a new deal, he was going to make sure he had Heyman with him. While the WWE has not announced the details of Brock's new contract, it appears White will have to wait a little longer for Brock's return to the octagon. It was first shown that John Cena was sitting among the fans as he promised he would.
According to Pro Wrestling Sheet, Brock Lesnar and Vince McMahon got into a very heated verbal altercation backstage after the main event of WrestleMania 34. WWE Network, the first-ever 24/7 over-the-top premium network that includes all live pay-per-views, scheduled programming and a massive video-on-demand library, is now available in more than 180 countries.