WrestleMania 34: Live review and full show match results – plus video highlights

After all the build up, it’s finally time for WrestleMania 34, coming to you LIVE from the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Check out the full match card and our predictions right here, as well as making sure you know who’s holding which title as we go into the Showcase of the Immortals.

WrestleMania 34
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You can watch the Kick Off show in full below, right here for FREE and follow all the action and results right here, complete with video highlights and our on-the-spot verdicts. Could WrestleMania 34 compete with another storming NXT TakeOver?

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WWE’s Paul Heyman charts the death, rebirth and evolution of the pro-wrestling manager

Paul Heyman has a busy time of it at WrestleMania 34.

As well as walking his client Brock Lesnar to the ring, he’s also inducting Goldberg into the WWE Hall of Fame 2018, and hosting his own one-man show An Evening With Paul Heyman in New Orleans.

WWE advocate Paul Heyman
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Digital Spy recently spoke to him about all that (as well grilling him on Hulk Hogan, CM Punk, The Undertaker and more), and while we were on the phone, we also asked Paul’s thoughts on the death (and rebirth) of the pro-wrestling manager.

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WWE Paul Heyman interview: The Advocate talks Goldberg, Hulk Hogan, The Undertaker and CM Punk

WrestleMania 34 is just around the corner, and as Paul Heyman tells Digital Spy, “the entire week is a rollercoaster with the blindfolds on”.

His duties start with the one-man An Evening With Paul Heyman show with Inside The Ropes at the Joy Theater in New Orleans on April 5.

Paul Heyman and Brock Lesnar
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The following day, he inducts Goldberg into the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2018 at the Smoothie King Center down the road.

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Hold Up – Rampant sexual harassment and institutional sexism are still stopping wrestling from appealing to women

Wrestling is having something of a cultural moment. Not the sweaty freestyle you saw in Foxcatcher, but the OTT world of professional wrestling, that exhilarating mix of sport, soap and showmanship.

With GLOW prepping a second season on Netflix and WWE exec Stephanie McMahon popping up on Lorraine to talk up the size of her company’s female audience, it’s clear that women are a key part of wrestling’s new leap at the mainstream.

Becky Lynch in the WWE
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But the regressive sexism of the GLOW era is far from a thing of the past. At a recent independent show in the Midlands, one man started yelling “get your tits out” at a young female wrestler. It wasn’t an isolated incident…

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