Here is your post-WrestleMania 37 (Night 2) Fight Size Update.
- After Bayley interrupted WrestleMania's hosts, Nikki and Brie Bella intervened. Things escalated after Bayley made a comment about John Cena not being there tonight. The Bellas proceeded to beat up WWE's resident role model.
"In December of 2002, I met Sami Zayn for the first time. From that point on, we started wrestling each other all over the world. We did this hundreds of times. We really have. What I said on Night 1 of WrestleMania during that weather delay thing is 100% true. I still stand by what I said. I think you'd be hard-pressed to find two individuals in this industry that were looked down on and talked down to more than us. It would be difficult. I mean, there's been a lot of us, but how many times did we hear that "you two will never make it to the show?" Let me tell you something, [talking to camera operator] take a little step back for me, this [points at WrestleMania logo], I'm pretty sure this is the show we were told we'd never make it to. We just made it there, together. Sure we were rivals tonight, we're opponents, and the Sami Zayn that I've learned to love over the past two decades, and the Sami Zayn that the WWE Universe cared for for so long, the unmatchable athlete, one of the greatest performers in the world in those ropes, that's not the same guy I faced tonight. But let me tell you from experience because I just walked out of that ring with him, he's still incredible. While beating the hell out of him felt great - like it always does - and while stunning him - hopefully back to reality - was one of the most amazing moments of my career, I insist on saying this; Sami, thank you. Logan Paul, you're welcome."
Sami Zayn was also caught up with, but he was at a loss for words, calling the incident with Logan Paul surreal. At the time of the interview, he claimed that nothing and no one seemed real to him. Watch here.
- After capturing the Raw Women’s Championship, Rhea Ripley reflected on her monumental victory backstage with Ash Costello and her band.
- He had some help from Main Event Jey Uso, but Roman Reigns was able to retain his Universal Championship at WrestleMania. He won the match after nailing Edge with a con-chair-to and dragging him on top of an already unconscious Daniel Bryan, pinning both men at the same time.
.@WWERomanReigns has pinned both @WWEDanielBryan & @EdgeRatedR to RETAIN the #UniversalTitle in the main event of Night 2's #WrestleMania!— WWE (@WWE) April 12, 2021
You -------- acknowledge him now. #AndStill @HeymanHustle pic.twitter.com/A0vBzBXQWN
- Triple H presents Bad Bunny with a special gift, as the Grammy Award winner announces his 2022 Tour.
- Shayna Baszler and Nia Jax retained their Women's Tag Team Titles at WrestleMania, defeating Natalya and Tamina. Backstage, Shayna said that she and Nia had a dream to be professional wrestlers, and even though they're constantly discredited and hated on, they continue to go out and live that dream. As for what's next, Nia says their path of domination will continue as they prove to everyone that they're the best tag team in the history of the division. Watch here.
- With the help of Dabba Kato, Apollo Crews was finally able to defeat Big E and capture the Intercontinental Championship. He spoke about this after the match, saying that his ancestors can finally rejoice. He also mentioned that he will introduce his new friend soon enough.
- Sheamus defeated Riddle to become the new United States Champion at WrestleMania. Interviewed after the match, he celebrated his first singles title in 5 years, while also calling Riddle a bloody disgrace to the belt.
- Ashland Craft reflected on being the first country music artist to perform America the Beautiful at WrestleMania. Watch here.