12:07 a.m.: In a rather ominous moment, The Undertaker left his gloves, hat and jacket in the center of the ring and slowly proceeded out of the arena. Traditionally, that’s a gesture that indicates a fighter is retiring, meaning this probably was The Undertaker’s last match.
11:58 p.m.: For only the second time in his storied career, The Undertaker has lost at WrestleMania. Roman Reigns finally takes down the legend with his best spear of the night.
11:53 p.m.: What do they have to do? Even two violent spears aren’t enough for Roman Reigns to finish off The Undertaker.
11:48 p.m.: How?! The Undertaker’s Tombstone Piledriver isn’t enough as Roman Reigns kicks out after a two-count.
11:47 p.m.: The Undertaker delivers his second chokeslam of the match, this time onto a steel chair.
11:42 p.m.: Roman Reigns recovers from Taker’s chokeslam, as the Big Dog spears the Dead Man right through an announce table.
11:41 p.m.: Roman Reigns is going to feel this one in the morning. The Undertaker plants Reigns with a vicious chokeslam through the announce table.
11:36 p.m.: This match is no-holds-barred, and Roman Reigns is taking full advantage of that.
11:33 p.m.: The Undertaker tosses Roman Reigns out of the ring and has a message for the young superstar.
11:25 p.m.: And it’s only fitting the main event is called by legendary announcer Jim Ross.
11:23 p.m.: The final match of the night is upon us. Roman Reigns goes to battle against The Undertaker, who is a remarkable 23-1 in WrestleMania matches over the course of his career.
11:15 p.m.: We have a new champion! Orlando native Naomi makes Alexa Bliss tap out and brings home the Smackdown women’s title.
11:05 p.m.: Alexa Bliss will have her work cut out for her as she defends her Smackdown women’s championship against five other competitors.
11:02 p.m.: This one was all Brock Lesnar. “The Beast” ripped off ten consecutive suplexes, followed by an emphatic F5 which was all Lesnar needed to win the WWE Universal title.
10:58 p.m.: The two wasted no time getting things going in this one. Brock Lesnar kicked things off with a series of suplexes, followed by a brutal spear from Goldberg.
10:48 p.m.: In a rivalry that’s lasted over a decade, Goldberg will defend his WWE Universal title against Brock Lesnar.
10:41 p.m.: This time, Randy Orton made his finisher count. A second RKO to Bray Wyatt earned “The Viper” the 13th world title of his career.
10:38 p.m.: Bray Wyatt had been dominating, but Randy Orton changed the tone of the match with an RKO outside of the ring.
10:33 p.m.: We’re not quite sure what’s going on, but we know it’s weird.
10:25 p.m. The WWE championship is up for grabs as Bray Wyatt defends his title against Randy Orton.
10:11 p.m.: The Kingslayer prevails! After Stephanie McMahon was sent through a table, a distracted Triple H walked right into Pedigree from Seth Rollins, who pulled off the impressive victory.
10:06 p.m.: It seemed like it was all she wrote after Triple H landed a pedigree, but Seth Rollins mustered up just enough energy to kick out.
9:59 p.m.: Triple H continues to have no remorse for Seth Rollins’ injured knee.
9:49 p.m.: Seth Rollins’ surgically repaired knee has become a focal point of attack for Triple H.
9:48 p.m.: Seth Rollins brought Triple H onto the announce table, but the wily veteran reversed the hold and planted Rollins with a violent DDT.
9:45 p.m.: The two are taking full advantage of the no-rules stipulation as they’ve already taken the battle out of the ring.
9:38 p.m.: There is no love lost between Triple H and Seth Rollins, and the two will battle it out in a no sanctions match that is sure to produce carnage.
9:29 p.m.: John Cena and Nikki Bella win the match, but the fireworks didn’t end there.
9:26 p.m.: A double five-knuckle shuffle!
9:25 p.m.: The Miz tried some smack talk, but Nikki Bella wasn’t having any of it.
9:18 p.m.: In typical fashion, The Miz eats up the favorable crowd reaction.
9:11 p.m.: One of the most unique rivalries in WWE history culminates with a tag team match between two couples.
9:03 p.m.: For the seventh time, the Hardy Boyz are tag team champions!
8:56 p.m.: Karl Anderson is going to be a little woozy after Cesaro took him for a spin.
8:52 p.m.: It didn’t take long for the Hardy Boyz to get back to their old ways.
8:51 p.m.: The match was originally supposed to feature three teams, but a surprise fourth unit has been added to the mix. The Hardy Boyz are back!
8:42 p.m.: Destruction is in the forecast as a ladder match for the Raw tag team titles is set to get underway.
8:38 p.m.: A brief break from the in-ring action to commemorate the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2017, led by Kurt Angle.
8:32 p.m.: She did it! Bayley hangs on to her Raw women’s title after finishing Charlotte Flair with an elbow drop from the top rope.
8:29 p.m.: Charlotte Flair demonstrated her veteran experience, as she withstood Sasha Banks’ flurry en route to the second elimination of the match.
8:24 p.m.: It took all three of the other contestants, but Nia Jax is the first woman eliminated.
8:15 p.m.: Bayley’s dream came true when she won the Raw women’s title, but now she’ll have to defend it against three other women: Nia Jax, Sasha Banks and Charlotte Flair.
8:08 p.m.: We have a new United States champion! Kevin Owens breaks Chris Jericho with a powerbomb off of the side of the ring to win the title.
8:05 p.m.: This time Kevin Owens tried his own finisher, the Pop-Up Powerbomb, but it wasn’t enough to finish off Chris Jericho.
8:03 p.m.: In arguably the greatest form of wrestling disrespect, Kevin Owens tries to finish Chris Jericho with Y2J’s own finishing move.
7:53 p.m.: Kevin Owens is the aggressor early on, as he plants Chris Jericho with a cannonball right into the ring post.
7:48 p.m.: Chris Jericho and Kevin Owens have a tumultuous history, and the two will settle their differences in the ring, with the United States title on the line.
7:41 p.m.: AJ Styles earns his WrestleMania moment. He finishes Shane McMahon with a Phenomenal Forearm off of the top rope.
7:37 p.m.: Shane McMahon is known for his high-flying tactics, but they don’t always pan out. McMahon tried to finish Styles off the top rope, but Styles dodged it, causing McMahon to crash on the announce table.
7:35 p.m.: With the referee knocked out, AJ Styles busts out a trash can. But the move came back to bite him, as Shane McMahon counters with the can to Styles’ face.
7:31 p.m: AJ Styles connects on a one-handed Styles Clash, but Shane McMahon somehow kicks out.
7:27 p.m.: Not too shabby from the Smackdown Live commissioner.
7:21 p.m.: There’s no love lost between these two, and AJ Styles manifested that early on as he poked fun at Shane McMahon’s famous theatrics.
7:18 p.m.: The main card is underway, as Shane McMahon and AJ Styles will battle it out.
6:46 p.m.: Baron Corbin put up quite the fight, but Dean Ambrose’s Dirty Deeds allowed the champion to retain his title.
6:42 p.m.: It’s clear Dean Ambrose is willing to do whatever it takes to hang on to his belt.
6:35 p.m.: We have our second championship bout of the night, as Dean Ambrose defends his Intercontinental title against Baron Corbin.
6:17 p.m.: Thanks to some help from Gronk, Mojo Rawley takes the crown as Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal champion.
6:15 p.m.: Mojo Rawley looked down for the count, so his buddy Gronk decided to step in and help.
6:09 p.m.: Group-effort eliminations seem to be the theme of this match.
6:05 p.m.: In a battle of giants, Braun Strowman knocked Big Show out of the competition. But seconds later, Strowman’s night was over thanks to seemingly everyone in the ring.
6:04 p.m.: New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is in the house to take in the WrestleMania action.
6:00 p.m.: The Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal is up next, and the competitors will have to watch out for these two monsters.
5:55 p.m.: They don’t call him the “King of the Cruiserweights” for nothing. Neville retains his title after hitting the challenger with a Red Arrow.
5:54 p.m.: Austin Aries locked in his Last Chancery submission hold, but Neville broke out of it with a dirty eye poke.
5:50 p.m.: The challenger nailed a massive 450, but Neville somehow kicked out.
5:46 p.m.: A big swing and a miss from the defending champion.
5:45 p.m.: It looks like the WrestleMania stage isn’t affecting Austin Aries.
5:40 p.m.: We’re off and running on the WrestleMania Kickoff show as Neville will defend his Cruiserweight title against Austin Aries.
The biggest night in wrestling takes place at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Fla., and WWE fans are in for one heck of a show.
The WWE Universal title bout between Brock Lesnar and Goldberg headlines the loaded match card, not to be outdone by The Undertaker vs. Roman Reigns, Triple H vs. Seth Rollins and Bray Wyatt defending his WWE championship against Randy Orton.
Stay tuned to NESN.com all night for coverage, results, analysis and exciting highlights throughout the event.
It all starts with the WrestleMania Kickoff show, which begins at 5 p.m. ET, followed by the main card at 7 p.m. You can check out NESN.com’s predictions for the big event here, too.
Here’s a list of the full WrestleMania 33 match card:
–Brock Lesnar def. Bill Goldberg (new WWE Universal champion)
–Roman Reigns def. The Undertaker
–Kevin Owens def. Chris Jericho (new United States champion)
–AJ Styles def. Shane McMahon
–John Cena and Nikki Bella def. The Miz and Maryse
–Seth Rollins def. Triple H
–Randy Orton def. Bray Wyatt (new WWE champion)
–Bayley (champion) def. Sasha Banks, Charlotte Flair and Nia Jax (retains Raw women’s championship)
— The Hardy Boyz def. Luke Gallows-Karl Anderson, Enzo Amore-Big Cass and Sheamus and Cesario (new Raw tag team champions)
–Dean Ambrose (champion) def. Baron Corbin (Intercontinental championship)
–Neville (champion) def. Austin Aries (Cruiserweight championship)
–Naomi wins six-pack challenge (new Smackdown women’s champion)
–Mojo Rawley wins Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal
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