Results and highlights from every match on Day 2 of WWE WrestleMania 36 from the Performance Center on Sunday, April 5, 2020.
After the Boneyard Match between The Undertaker and A.J. Styles got everyone talking from Day 1 of WWE WrestleMania 36, along with the questionable hosting talents of Rob Gronkowski, day 2 on Sunday night had a tough act to follow. But once the action got started with a show-stealing NXT Women’s Championship match between Rhea Ripley and Charlotte Flair, it was clear that we were in for another terrific night, even with the arena again being empty.
Though it was not the main event, the Last Man Standing Match between Edge and Randy Orton delivered everything and more that we could’ve been looking for. It was brutal, emotional, full of narrative and much more.
Later on in the night, John Cena and “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt delivered one of the most unique bouts you’ll ever see in the Firefly Fun House Match. Furthermore, we saw Drew McIntyre get his WrestleMania moment as he went after Brock Lesnar and the WWE Championship in a highly physical match.
Outside of the heavy-hitting matches on the card for Day 2 of WrestleMania 36, there was still plenty for fans to digest. We saw Otis finally get his opportunity at retribution on Dolph Ziggler. Meanwhile, Aleister Black got to showcase his talents on the biggest stage in WWE against Bobby Lashley and many more impressive matches as well.
If you missed out on the action from Orlando on Sunday night, however, catch up with all of the WWE WrestleMania 36 results from Day 2, complete with highlights from every match.
Liv Morgan defeats Natalya in 6:25 (Kickoff Show)
Charlotte defeats Rhea Ripley in 20:30 to win NXT Women’s Championship
Aleister Black defeats Bobby Lashley in 7:08
Otis defeats Dolph Ziggler in 8:10
Edge defeats Randy Orton in 37:08 (Last Man Standing Match)
Rob Gronkowski pins Mojo Rawley to win 24/7 Championship
The Street Profits defeat Austin Theory and Angel Garza in 6:23 to retain WWE Raw Tag Team Championship
Bayley defeats Lacey Evans, Sasha Banks, Naomi and Tamina in 19:27 to retain WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship (Fatal 5-Way)
‘The Fiend’ Bray Wyatt defeats John Cena in 13:00 (Firefly Fun House)
Drew McIntyre defeats Brock Lesnar in 4:28 to win WWE Championship
Though WrestleMania 36 is now in the books with one of the most unique two nights in the history of the company, be sure to stay tuned to what happens on the Raw after WrestleMania and in WWE beyond this as they continue to perform (assumedly) at the WWE Performance Center in front of no crowd.