The first night of WrestleMania was an absolute banger, and while we're hearing some troubling reports about Vince McMahon getting hands-on with the show, it was still one we'd struggle to find fault with.
As promised, we kicked off with Austin Theory defending the United States Championship against the returning John Cena. While the leader of the Cenation made the younger Superstar tap out to the STF, the referee was down, and Theory then hit A Town Down for the win.
The Street Profits defeated Ricochet and Braun Strowman, Alpha Academy, and Viking Raiders in that Tag Team Showcase match, while Seth Rollins managed to overcome Logan Paul in a very entertaining bout. KSI was put through the announce table at one point, leading to Rollins defeating the influencer with a superkick and stomp combo.
Becky Lynch, Lita and Trish Stratus managed to overcome Damage CTRL later in the night.
However, a match that will have everyone talking is Rey Mysterio vs. his son, Dominik. The Judgement Day member clashed with his family at ringside, though his allies were eventually driven off by Legado del Fantasma, now rebranded as the Latin World Order. After Bad Bunny took a steel chain from Dominik, Rey hit a 619 and top rope splash for the win.
Next up was Charlotte Flair defending the SmackDown Women's Championship against Rhea Ripley and, after The Queen was dropped face-first into the corner post, a Riptide from the top meant Rhea secured the 1-2-3 and the title.
Pat McAfee made his surprise return for a fun match with The Miz and, once that palette cleanser was over, it was time for the main event.
Yes, the match for the Undisputed Tag Team Championships headlined the Showcase of the Immortals (we'd expected that honour to go to Flair and Ripley), with Sami Zayn unleashing a trio of Helluva Kicks to Jey Uso for the win.
Roman Reigns isn't going to be happy...