Roman Reigns defeated Triple H Undertaker defeated Shane McMahon Brock Lesnar defeated Dean Ambrose Ryder defeated KO, Stardust, Sami Zayn, Dolph Ziggler, Sin Cara, and the Miz Charlotte defeated Becky Lynch and. Sasha Banks Chris Jericho defeated AJ Styles League of Nations defeated New Day Kalisto defeated Ryback Baron Corbin wins the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal The Usos defeated the Dudleys Total Divas defeated BAD & Blonde WrestleMania 32 was the thirty-second annual WrestleMania professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event produced by WWE. It took place on April 3, 2016, at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Nine matches were contested on the event's main card, while three matches were contested on the pre-show. Three matches were highly promoted. In the main event, Roman Reigns defeated Triple H to win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. The other two big matches saw The Undertaker beating Shane McMahon in a Hell in a Cell match, and Brock Lesnar beating Dean Ambrose in a No Holds Barred Street Fight. Also, The Rock set a new record for the shortest match in WrestleMania history by defeating Erick Rowan in an impromptu match in six seconds. This WrestleMania was notable for several reasons such as Baron Corbin winning the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal in his main roster debut, Shane McMahon's first professional wrestling match in seven years, The Rock's first WWE match in three years, the return of John Cena following shoulder surgery, the reactivation of the WWE Women's Championship in place of the WWE Divas Championship, with Charlotte being crowned champion. WWE reported that WrestleMania 32 set internal records for attendance and for grossing $17.3 million. Mauro Ranallo (Pre-show) (English) Jerry Lawler (Pre-show) (English) Michael Cole (English) John "Bradshaw" Layfield (English) Byron Saxton (English) Carlos Cabrera (Spanish) Marcelo Rodriguez (Spanish) Carsten Schäfer (German) Sebastian Hackl (German) Christophe Agius (French) Philippe Chereau (French) Luca Franchini (Italian) Michele Posa (Italian) Moti Margolin (Russian) Zhan Pomerantsev (Russian) Roberto Figueroa (Portuguese) Marco Alfaro (Portuguese) Funaki (Japanese) Reiji Sato (Japanese) Pre-show panel Renee Young Booker T Lita Corey Graves Interviewers JoJo Tom Phillips Rich Brennan Cathy Kelley Maria Menounos Ring announcers Eden Stiles Lilian Garcia Howard Finkel (WWE Hall of Fame) Referees Rod Zapata Darrick Moore John Cone Charles Robinson Dan Engler Mike Chioda WrestleMania is considered WWE's flagship event, having been described as the Super Bowl of sports entertainment. Tickets went on sale on November 6, 2015, with individual tickets costing $18 to $1,180 through Ticketmaster. From October 13, 2015, travel packages with accommodation ranging from $575 to $6,625 per person were sold. New subscribers to the WWE Network could watch the event at no additional cost. The event was the third WrestleMania to be held in the state of Texas, after 2001 and 2009, and the first to take place in the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex area. Five official theme songs were confirmed for the event, they were "My House" by Flo Rida, "Hello Friday" by Flo Rida featuring Jason Derulo, "Hail to the King" by Avenged Sevenfold, "Sympathy for the Devil" by Motörhead and "Oh No" by Goodbye June. On March 21, it was announced that Fifth Harmony would perform "America the Beautiful" to kickoff WrestleMania. In December 2015, WWE announced that The Rock would appear at WrestleMania 32. Forbes speculated that WrestleMania 32 could break the WWE attendance record of 93,173 set at WrestleMania III at the Pontiac Silverdome in Pontiac, Michigan. This record stood as the highest attendance for any indoor event until the 2010 NBA All-Star Game, also held at AT&T Stadium, drew 108,713. Forbes' prediction proved to be correct; 101,763 people attended the event. WWE has been hobbled by real-life injuries to the wrestlers on its roster, rendering them unable to wrestle at WrestleMania 32. The injured list includes John Cena, Seth Rollins, Randy Orton, Cesaro, Neville and Luke Harper. Meanwhile, Daniel Bryan, Sting, Nikki Bella and Tyson Kidd suffered neck injuries, with Kidd barely avoiding paralysis or death and Bryan and Sting both retiring from wrestling. David Shoemaker, writing for ESPN, described that "it seems as if the talent left off the match lineup could sell more tickets than the one currently on it." Shoemaker also theorized possible reasons for injuries being firstly "WWE's grueling schedule", and secondly "the travel, the exhaustion, the lack of an offseason". In March 2016, CNET wrote that WrestleMania 32 will feature the "culmination" of "the biggest story in WWE", which is "establishing Roman Reigns as the top babyface, the protagonist who will be the face of the company for - if WWE has its way - the next decade." "For the past two years, WWE has been moving heaven and earth"