Kofi Kingston becomes second African American to win WWE title

Kofi Kingston becomes second African American to win WWE title

Kofi Kingston becomes second African American to win WWE title

"WWE outdid themselves by creating an even more exciting WrestleMania than we experienced six years ago".

But Lynch, known as The Man, has continued to inspire a generation of female wrestlers with her rise through the WWE world.

Several nearfalls, high-risk maneuvers, false finishers ultimately leading to Kingston planting Bryan with a Trouble In Paradise to capture his first WWE Championship.

And finally, "The Man" Becky Lynch became the first RAW and SmackDown Women's Champion in the first-ever women's main event at WrestleMania.

Becky Lynch won the headline Winner Takes All title, meaning the Irish fighter now holds the Raw and Smackdown crowns.

"Congrats to Irelands Becky Lynch, the WWE's first Champ Champ. Wow!"

With British star Pete Dunne losing his United Kingdom championship on the TakeOver prior to this year's WrestleMania, there has to be a strong chance he will now be drafted to Team Raw.

Wrestlemania 35 will be the final WWE PPV and match for Kurt Angle, a Hall of Famer with a long history with the company and wrestling as a whole. Regardless of the plan for Lynch and her two championships are going forward, there's no doubt that these three won't remain linked. Considering how wonderful past Charlotte/Lynch matches have been in the past, this should be good one.

Over 11 years after making his debut in WWE, Kofi Kingston is now a world champion.

There was a hilarious spot in the match where Triple H ripped Batista's nose ring out with a pair of pliers, gruesome and amusing at the same time.

Seth Rollins defeated Brock Lesnar to become the new Universal Champion.

The main event at WrestleMania 35 was scheduled to be Rousey's last with WWE, at least for a while.

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