The best of WrestleMania 35

Big E and Xavier Woods hoist Kofi Kingston into the air following his WWE championship win at WrestleMania 35. WWE

It was a busy WrestleMania week in New York, and it went by in a blur. Whether you took in everything that ESPN had to offer or just a few pieces along the way, you're in luck. Enjoy these extended cuts of instant post-match interviews with Kofi Kingston (and New Day) and Seth Rollins, as well as a bonus cut with Billie Kay and Peyton Royce, The IIconics.

There are also sit-down interviews with Becky Lynch, Daniel Bryan, Kurt Angle and more. Relive WrestleMania 35, one of the most memorable nights in recent WWE history, and hear from the superstars who lived it all.

Kofi Kingston, Xavier Woods and Big E reflect on the incredible journey to Kingston becoming WWE champion -- with a special Shawn Michaels cameo thrown in.

Seth Rollins defeated Brock Lesnar to win the Universal championship and bring the title back to WWE TV on a weekly basis.

The IIconics shocked the world by becoming the new WWE women's tag team champions.

The superstars of today narrate the moments of WWE history that made them fall in love with the business.

Daniel Bryan sounds off on the history of his custom hemp and reclaimed wood WWE championship belt, and the complicated nature of him being positioned as a villain despite preaching positive messages about conservation and veganism.

Kurt Angle reflects on his WWE career and talks about why it's time for him to wrap up his time as an in-ring performer.

Becky Lynch goes in depth with Ariel Helwani about the unbelievable journey that led her to the main event of WrestleMania 35.

Ronda Rousey, Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch on the importance of WrestleMania 35's historic women's main event.


In addition to two star-studded Cheap Heat podcasts loaded with special guests, there was also a wide range of written pieces throughout the week. In addition to the WrestleMania and NXT TakeOver: New York recaps, here were the biggest stories coming out of the week.

At age 15, Rebecca Quin, known today as Becky Lynch, wanted to be the best wrestler in the world. After a 17-year journey, filled with more lows than highs, she has finally accomplished her dream.