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All the Champions after WrestleMania 34 : Where are they now?

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WrestleMania 34 was a roller coaster ride full of ups and downs
WrestleMania 34 was a roller coaster ride full of ups and downs

The 35th edition of WWE's grandest pay-per-view, WrestleMania is set to take place this Sunday at the MetLife Stadium. WWE has announced a host of matches for the event, with all the top titles of the company being defended on the show.

It is every superstar's dream to feature on the Grandest Stage of Them All but not everyone has been successful in reaching the desired stage. This year, WWE has announced the first-ever women's WrestleMania main event match featuring, Ronda Rousey, Becky Lynch, and Charlotte Flair.

Also Read - Every WrestleMania main event winner: Where are they now?

It is surprising to note that at last year's WrestleMania, Ronda Rousey was wrestling in her first ever WWE match, Becky Lynch participated in a kick-off show match while Charlotte was the SmackDown women's champion.

A lot of things have changed in WWE since WrestleMania 34 and let's have a look at where the superstars who left WrestleMania 34 as champions are -


#1 Cedric Alexander - WWE Cruiserweight Champion

Cedric Alexander won the Cruiserweight Championship tournament
Cedric Alexander won the Cruiserweight Championship tournament

The Lumbar Legacy, Cedric Alexander had faced Mustafa Ali in the finals of the Cruiserweight Championship tournament at the WrestleMania 34 kick-off show. Both the men stole the show and wowed the WWE Universe with their performance.

In the end, Queen City's Favorite Son, Cedric Alexander won the match and became the champion of the purple brand.

He had a lengthy reign with the title which ended at WWE Super Show Down at the hands of The Daredevil from Down Under, Buddy Murphy.

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Alexander is still performing actively on 205 Live and he was even a part of the recently concluded Cruiserweight Championship #1 contender's tournament which saw Tony Nese emerge as the winner.

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