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Carmella won the Second Annual WrestleMania Women’s Battle Royal

Carmella won the Second Annual WrestleMania Women’s Battle Royal

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — The WrestleMania Women’s Battle Royal trophy has a new fabulous owner.

Carmella outlasted a Superstar-studded field of competitors from SmackDown LIVE, Raw and NXT to win the second installment of The Show of Show’s all-women’s, over-the-top-rope free-for-all, tossing The Riott Squad’s Sarah Logan to claim victory on the WrestleMania Kickoff.

The eliminations came fast and furious almost from the opening bell. The returning Ember Moon, who’s been sidelined with an injury since Royal Rumble, was responsible for the first ouster, dispatching of Maria Kanellis, while Asuka dumped NXT’s Candice LeRae and Nikki Cross with back-to-back hip checks in the early going.

Ember Moon goes on a ferocious tear in WrestleMania Women's Battle Royal: WrestleMania 35 Kickoff

Ember Moon eliminates Naomi and thwarts an attack from Mandy Rose in a bid to be the last woman standing in the WrestleMania Women's Battle Royal.

Moon managed another major elimination, clearing the ring of last year’s Battle Royal winner, Naomi, before suffering an elimination at the hands of Lana, who was decked out in Wonder Woman-inspired gear. Former NXT Women’s Champion Kairi Sane threatened to hit The Ravishing Russian with her Insane Elbow moments later, only to be stopped by Logan. When Lana tried thanking Logan for the assist, however, she wound up being beat down by the full Riott Squad and dumped by the faction’s warpaint-wearing powerhouse.

Indeed, The Riott Squad had strength in numbers, and they used it to great advantage, targeting the likes of Zelina Vega, Asuka and Dana Brooke at various points in the melee. Brooke put an end to their gang tactics, throwing Ruby Riott and Liv Morgan out of the ring in succession. Despite the impressive showing, Brooke eventually succumbed to a numerical disadvantage of another kind, when Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville joined forces to eject her from the squared circle.

The field continued to thin as bodies flew over the top rope until Logan, Deville and Asuka appeared to be the three final competitors. The Empress of Tomorrow bounced Deville from the ring, but was soon eliminated by Logan. Yet, as The Riott Squad member celebrated what she thought was her first victory on The Grandest Stage of Them All, Carmella slid back into the ring, revealing that Logan had one more Superstar to contend with.

After a struggle, Mella pushed Logan over the top rope and then knocked her to the floor with an impeccably timed superkick, earning Carmella a milestone WrestleMania Moment, no dance break required.

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — The WrestleMania Women’s Battle Royal trophy has a new fabulous owner.

Carmella outlasted a Superstar-studded field of competitors from SmackDown LIVE, Raw and NXT to win the second installment of The Show of Show’s all-women’s, over-the-top-rope free-for-all, tossing The Riott Squad’s Sarah Logan to claim victory on the WrestleMania Kickoff.

The eliminations came fast and furious almost from the opening bell. The returning Ember Moon, who’s been sidelined with an injury since Royal Rumble, was responsible for the first ouster, dispatching of Maria Kanellis, while Asuka dumped NXT’s Candice LeRae and Nikki Cross with back-to-back hip checks in the early going.

Ember Moon goes on a ferocious tear in WrestleMania Women's Battle Royal: WrestleMania 35 Kickoff

Ember Moon eliminates Naomi and thwarts an attack from Mandy Rose in a bid to be the last woman standing in the WrestleMania Women's Battle Royal.

Moon managed another major elimination, clearing the ring of last year’s Battle Royal winner, Naomi, before suffering an elimination at the hands of Lana, who was decked out in Wonder Woman-inspired gear. Former NXT Women’s Champion Kairi Sane threatened to hit The Ravishing Russian with her Insane Elbow moments later, only to be stopped by Logan. When Lana tried thanking Logan for the assist, however, she wound up being beat down by the full Riott Squad and dumped by the faction’s warpaint-wearing powerhouse.

Indeed, The Riott Squad had strength in numbers, and they used it to great advantage, targeting the likes of Zelina Vega, Asuka and Dana Brooke at various points in the melee. Brooke put an end to their gang tactics, throwing Ruby Riott and Liv Morgan out of the ring in succession. Despite the impressive showing, Brooke eventually succumbed to a numerical disadvantage of another kind, when Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville joined forces to eject her from the squared circle.

The field continued to thin as bodies flew over the top rope until Logan, Deville and Asuka appeared to be the three final competitors. The Empress of Tomorrow bounced Deville from the ring, but was soon eliminated by Logan. Yet, as The Riott Squad member celebrated what she thought was her first victory on The Grandest Stage of Them All, Carmella slid back into the ring, revealing that Logan had one more Superstar to contend with.

After a struggle, Mella pushed Logan over the top rope and then knocked her to the floor with an impeccably timed superkick, earning Carmella a milestone WrestleMania Moment, no dance break required.