The real winners and losers of WrestleMania 2020 Day 1 | Laundress Report

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No one has seen WrestleMania like this. The 36th iteration of the event began Saturday at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida, with no audience and is broadcast over two nights.

This has left a unique opportunity for WWE to take on the challenge and get everyone talking all weekend, but the sport is almost always better with a crowd.

Some wrestlers could shine in the spotlight. Others were sure to sink.

Saturday’s card was stacked with fascinating big games that had a major opportunity to create a buzz.

AJ Styles fought The Undertaker in a Boneyard match. The Phenomenal One wanted to bring The Deadman into a unique dark setting.

Kevin Owens made Seth Rollins pay for everything he did, ultimately making him fall on The Grandest Stage of Them All.

Braun Strowman had the opportunity of a lifetime, replacing Roman Reigns in a WWE Universal Championship against Goldberg.

Becky Lynch faced the biggest challenge of her entire reign at the Gross Women’s Championship at Shayna Baszler. The Queen of Spades was the most dominant woman the man had met and was clearly ready for The Irish Lass Kicker.

That first night also included Sami Zayn against Daniel Bryan, John Morrison against Kofi Kingston against Jimmy Uso in a ladder match, Elias against King Corbin and The Kabuki Warriors against Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross.

Each match had the potential to steal the show, but some stars rose above the others to stand out as the winners of the evening. Others were the losers.



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