Times Really Weird S**t Happened At WWE WrestleMania 34

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Queen Nia Jax is the new Raw women's champ.

But, in better news, it gives us fans an inexhaustible supply of things to look back on and ask, "what was that?"

But Nicholas left the heavy lifting to Strowman and let the Monster Among Men get to work.

He then hit the running powerslam and got the three-count to win his first tag title in the WWE.

While it is still a possibility that Lesnar would return to the UFC, he notably used rumors of going back in 2015 to negotiate a more lucrative deal to remain with the WWE, which might be the case this time given his win over Reigns.

For weeks, Roman Reigns called out Brock Lesnar for never showing up. Her performance drew rave reviews, and it seemingly opened the former UFC champion's eyes to how far she's come over the last 15-plus months and how much she could enjoy her new career inside the wrestling ring.

In an excellent match that had fans louder than they'd been to that point, Rousey scored the submission victory with an arm bar on Stephanie, delighting the crowd. Whether it was WrestleMania 31 or 34, Ronda Rousey has had their number.

The whole shebang is available on the streaming WWE Network (with a couple of matches on USA Network from 6-7 p.m.) but for results and analysis all night, follow me here or on Twitter @runninjay.

Winner Gets a RAW Contract: Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn fight to a double count-out. Shane McMahon held his own and performed a coast-to-coast across the ring to Zayn. The fact they no longer have jobs is nothing more than a storyline. Cena originally planned to sit out the event among the audience, after failing to lock in a match with Undertaker. He was relegated to sitting with the fans for the start of WrestleMania 34. Not only are matches scripted, without actual violence. The Undertaker finishes off Cena with a Tombstone Piledriver.

In their last match before coming to WWE, AJ Styles and Shinsuke Nakamura faced each other for the IWGP Intercontinental Championship at the Tokyo Dome. Was it worth it?

With Irishman Sheamus and Swiss superstar Cesaro suffering defeat at the hands of their prepubescent opponents and losing their titles there's no doubt they'll be annoyed to find out the ref in the fight might have been at best a little biased. Maybe WWE didn't think about that when they were planning for WrestleMania.

What makes Cone's involvement in the match more interesting is that he was the referee during the April 2017 match between Braun Strowman and Big Show that saw the ring collapse.