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Ongoing WrestleMania Axxess Match Event Results



WrestleMania Axxess Results

WWE Axxess provides a chance for all wrestling fans to absorb the history of WWE. Each session features multiple invitational tournaments, including the Tag Team, Women’s, UK, and North American Invitationals. See the ongoing results here!

April 5: WWE WrestleMania Axxess Day 1

  • WWN Champion Keith Lee defeated Kassius Ohno
  • NXT Tag Team Invitational: Mustache Mountain defeated Tino Sabbatelli and Riddick Moss.
  • NXT Women’s Invitational: Nikki Cross defeated Aliyah
  • NXT Tag Team Invitational: Street Profits defeated Cezar Bononi and Adiran Jaoude
  • WWE UK Invitational: Drew Gulak defeated Dan Matha
  • WWE UK Invitational: Lio Rush defeated Buddy Murphy
  • NXT North American Invitational: Akira Tozawa defeated Kona Reeves
  • NXT North American Invitational: Fabian Aichner defeated EVOLVE’s Jason Kincaid


April 6: WWE WrestleMania Axxess Day 2

  • WWE UK Invitational: Lince Dorado defeated Raul Mendoza
  • WWE UK Invitational: Mark Andrews defeated Zack Gibson
  • NXT North American Invitational: Chris Dijak defeated Ariya Daivari
  • NXT North American Invitationa: Hideo Itami defeated Wolfgang
  • NXT Tag Team Invitational: The Forgotten Sons defeated SAnitY
  • NXT Tag Team Invitational: TM61 defeated Oney Lorcan & Danny Burch
  • NXT Women’s Invitational: Dakota Kai defeated Lacey Evans
  • NXT Women’s Invitational: Peyton Royce defeated Candice LeRae

April 7: WWE WrestleMania Axxess Day 3

  • NXT Women’s Invitational Semi-Finals: Peyton Royce defeated Kairi Sane
  • NXT Women’s Invitational Semi-Finals: Dakota Kai defeated Nikki Cross
  • NXT Tag Team Invitational Semi-Finals: TM61 defeated The Forgotten Sons
  • NXT Tag Team Invitational Semi-Finals: Mustache Mountain defeated The Street Profits
  • NXT North American Invitational Semi-Finals: Akira Tozawa defeated Fabian Aichner
  • NXT North American Invitational Semi-Finals: Chris Dijak defeated Hideo Itami
  • NXT UK Invitational Semi-Finals: Drew Gulak defeated Mark Andrews
  • NXT UK Invitational Semi-Finals: Lio Rush defeated Lince Dorado
  • NXT Women’s Invitational Finals: Dakota Kai defeated Peyton Royce
  • NXT Tag Team Invitational Finals: Mustache Mountain defeated TM61
  • NXT North American Invitational Finals: Akira Tozawa defeated Chris Dijak
  • NXT UK Invitational Finals: Lio Rush defeated Drew Gulak

April 8: WWE WrestleMania Axxess Day 4

  • NXT North American Champion Adam Cole retained over Akira Tozawa
  • WWE United Kingdom Champion Pete Dunne retained over Lio Rush
  • NXT Tag Team Champions The Undisputed Era (Strong & O’Reilly) retained over Mustache Mountain
  • NXT Women’s Champion Shayna Baszler retained over Dakota Kai

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Chairshot Radio: Sticks & Stone Cold [041222]



Chairshot Radio: Sticks & Stone Cold [041222]

This week’s installment of Hockey Talk takes a slightly different approach. Dave was all too happy to welcome back the Doctor of Puckanomics,  the one and only Kyle Moores, for a discussion about where things stand in the NHL with just about 2 weeks remaining in the regular season. The first half of the show is all about the playoff races in the NHL, which teams have things on lock, and which ones are going to be clawing and scratching all the way to the very end. What almost certain playoff series are the guys most excited about? (Hint: Patrick O’Dowd will be very happy about it…or maybe a bit nervous). The second half of the show, however, provided Dave and Kyle with a chance to offer up their final thoughts on WrestleMania 38. Considered by many to be one of the best WrestleManias in a decade, the guys take one last look at the Showcase of the Immortals and discuss what they liked, what they didn’t like, and where things might go from here. Tune in!

Today’s hosts: Dave Ungar (@AttitudeAgg) and Kyle Moores (@DrSmores)

  • The NHL regular season comes down to an exciting finish
  • Some final thoughts about WrestleMania 38

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About the Chairshot Radio Network

Created in 2017, the Chairshot Radio Network presents you with the best in wrestling and wrestling crossover podcasts, including POD is WAR, Women’s Wrestling Talk, Chairshot Radio daily editions, The #Miranda Show, Badlands’ Wrestling Mount Rushmores, The Outsider’s Edge, DWI Podcast, Bandwagon Nerds, the Greg DeMarco Show, 3 Man Weave, Five Rounds, Turnbuckle Talk, The Reaction and more! You can find these great shows each week at theChairshot.com and through our distribution partners, including podcasting’s most popular platforms.

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King’s Live In Person Reactions To WWE WrestleMania 38 Night 2

Chris King was live in Arlington, Texas for the most “stupendous” WrestleMania Night 2. These are the biggest takeaways and thoughts of the grand event. 



Pat McAfee WrestleMania 38

Chris King was live in Arlington, Texas for the most “stupendous” WrestleMania Night 2. These are the biggest takeaways and thoughts of the grand event. 

The Game Is Sadly Over

The moment Triple He’s music hit the whole stadium came unglued. A huge roar came from the crowd myself included. It was an awesome and somber moment when he left his boots in the ring. I believe HHH will be inducted into next year’s hall of fame.

RKBro Is Fantastic 

If anyone had told me two years ago that Randy Orton and Matt Riddle would be the Raw Tag Team Champions, I would have thought you were nuts. Somehow though this pairing works and it’s a well-oiled machine. Both superstars delivered the goods including a perfectly-timed RKO from the top rope. Man, it was so cool to see. WWE should keep them together until SummerSlam or longer and then Randy can be Randy again.

Bobby Lashley Is A True Masterpiece

When Omos vs. Bobby Lashley was announced I wasn’t interested at all, that was until I saw how freaking powerful he is. The Almighty truly impressed me and well my girlfriend too who I have to thank for this moment.

Celebrity Matches Are Fun Live

On paper or in an article everyone would give such a match as Johnny Knoxville vs. Sami Zayn a C grade, but when you’re there live it’s a whole other ballgame. The crowd erupts after every outrageous and hilarious stunt and it makes you think twice about WWE’s logic. This was a really fun match.

Pat McAfee Gets His Spotlight

Pat Mcafee has been such a highlight for Friday Night SmackDown for months now, and I was stoked for his match. I fondly remember his amazing match with Adam Cole in NXT so I was excited. What nobody was expecting was this turning into a match with the boss and Stone Cold Steve Austin ending it with a stunner.

Stone Cold Is Still Money 

It could be in the 90s or the 2000s or any freaking era and Stone Cold still delivers. The moment that glass breaks everyone goes completely nuts.  I remember watching Austin raise hell when I was a kid and he still can sell out arenas! What the hell kind of a sell do you call that Vince? Austin Theory sold it amazing though!

A Dream Come True

In 1999 I attended my very first live event for WWE and got to relish in The Undertaker’s Ministry of Darkness theme. The deadman took on Stone Cold and it was a great night of wrestling. Fast forward to the 2003 Survivor Series when Taker was buried alive by his brother Kane and Vince McMahon, but I always dreamed of seeing The Deadman’s official Gong and pyro entrance. For the last time, I was there live to experience the grand entrance for one of if not the greatest to ever lace up the wrestling boots. Thank you, Taker.


Edge Is The King Of Trilogies 

I may be beginning to see a trend here when it comes to Edge, his greatness comes in threes. The first was with Orton although the third was halted due to an injury, The Rated-R Superstar did the same with Seth Rollins, and now it appears his next trilogy will include AJ Styles. While this dream match didn’t set the pace as I thought it would, the main focus was on Edge playing his foe like a damn fiddle.

Adding Damian Priest into his fold will set up their next match for WrestleMania Backlash, and the finale at SummerSlam. I’m all for these two veterans continuing this story and adding layers of creativity. Edge should always play the heel, he’s such a badass bad guy.

Brock And Roman’s Greatest Hits

Right during the promo videos me and my crew went to a standing section to see both of these superstars’ amazing entrances. I have never seen Roman Reigns or Brock Lesnar’s entrance live and damn it was cool as hell. Whoever donned this the greatest main event ever was clearly on drugs. This match was more like both juggernauts delivering their greatest hits.

It honestly was more like Lesnar’s previous matches with Reigns before becoming “The Head of The Table”. Paul Heyman tricked “The Beast Incarnate” into eating a massive spear through the barricade. I was only rooting for Reigns for one reason only.

A Missed Opportunity 

There seemed to be a trend with Roman Reigns after defeating his challengers, to stand over them and chant “Acknowledge Me” but instead WWE decided he do this before the match began. The question heard around the world is who can stop “The Tribal Chief?” There’s only one superstar and that’s The Rock. Next year’s Mania is in Hollywood and what better way to set up than to have “The Great One” come out and confront his cousin? Unfortunately, for whatever reason WWE didn’t have The Rock come back. I felt this would have been the perfect time for him to come back but I guess we’ll have to wait patiently for The Rock. Until then we have no choice but to acknowledge our WWE Undisputed Universal Champion!

This was my first WrestleMania and it was such an awesome experience. I never would have been able to make this dream a reality, if it wasn’t for my girlfriend. If you’ve never gone I would encourage you to go and attend “The Showcase of the Immortals!”

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