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Here is some of the WrestleMania 34 fallout from last night’s pay-per-view broadcast.

Cedric Alexander’s WrestleMania moment leaves him in tears:

Jeff Jarrett reflects on his WrestleMania Week experience:

Matt Hardy thanks Andre the Giant’s statue for his big night:

Naomi believes “it’s a good time to be a woman” in WWE:

Chloe x Halle found WrestleMania inspiration from WWE’s female Superstars:

Seth Rollins can start calling himself “Grand Slam” Rollins:

Jinder Mahal will be U.S. Champion for as long as he desires:

Charlotte Flair’s family hardships didn’t derail her against Asuka:

Ronda Rousey celebrates her WrestleMania debut with Kurt Angle:

Women of NXT relish their WrestleMania takeover:

What Nia Jax really fought for in the Raw Women’s Title Match:

Why Braun Strowman picked a kid as his WrestleMania partner:

Daniel Bryan reflects on his in-ring return at WrestleMania 34:

How Alice Cooper’s guitarist came to perform Nakamura’s WrestleMania theme:

Asuka is glad that Charlotte beat her:

Braun Strowman leads young Nicholas to his first WWE photo shoot:

-All in all, WrestleMania 34 was a decent show. Ronda Rousey was the highlight. She proved she can bump well and sell well. She’s believable and she has good timing. She showed the ability to gain sympathy and emotional investment from the crowd. It was very solid work. In an odd way she’s walking into WWE with no experience and is still one of the best all round talents from the first. She’s able to portray a Nick Diaz-type badass persona in the ring, which was off-putting to UFC fans when she did it there, but which will be a highly entertaining and cool character for her in WWE. She really pulled it off and will take the women’s division to the next level. Don’t be surprised if next year is the year the women headline at WrestleMania.

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