WrestleMania 33 wasn't just the end of WWE’s unofficial season, but it also marked the end of an era. The pay-per-view concluded with what appears to have been the final match of The Undertaker’s career, as the Deadman said goodbye to professional wrestling on the biggest show of 2017.

There had been speculation regarding whether or not WrestleMania 33 would be it for The Undertaker, and the answer became clear when he headlined Sunday’s PPV at Camping World Stadium in Orlando. The wrestling legend left his gear in the middle of the ring after his match with Roman Reigns, seemingly retiring from a 27-year career in WWE.

It was the final match in a long night of wrestling, one that lasted close to seven hours and featured 13 matches. Below are the complete results for the 2017 WWE PPV, as well as a recap of each match.

The Undertaker vs. Roman Reigns (No Holds Barred Match)

It certainly wasn’t the ideal way for The Undertaker to go out. The crowd never really got into the match, which featured a few clear botches, including a failed attempt by Reigns to hit The Undertaker with a Tombstone. Despite looking beaten with no chance to get the win, The Undertaker refused to quit, taking several spears before getting pinned. Reigns was booed loudly throughout various points in the match, and even though he’s still technically a babyface, the win might have cemented Reigns’ spot as the most hated wrestler in WWE.

Winner: Roman Reigns

Brock Lesnar vs. Goldberg (WWE Universal Championship Match)

This match was everything it needed to be. Goldberg recovered quickly from three early supplexes, eventually spearing Lesnar through a barricade on the outside of the ring. But after Lesnar kicked out of a Jackhammer and dodged a spear that sent Goldberg flying into the ring post, it became clear that the former UFC champ would be winning the belt. He ended the match with 10 total supplexes and an F5, potentially beginning another lengthy title reign.

Winner: Brock Lesnar

Randy Orton vs. Bray Wyatt (WWE Championship Match)

The match didn’t exactly live up to the storyline, which began more than six months ago. Orton won with an RKO, as he usually does, when it seemed like Bray was about to put his opponent away with Sister Abigail. The most memorable part of the match was the creepy visuals that were projected onto the ring at various times when Orton was lying on the ground.

Winner: Randy Orton

John Cena & Nikki Bella vs. The Miz & Maryse

The match itself will ultimately be a footnote in this storyline. The Miz embraced the cheers he got from the crowd as he dominated the early part of the match, but the ending was never really in doubt. Cena hit The Miz with an Attitude Adjustment at the same time that Nikki hit Maryse with the Rack Attack 2.0, setting up the moment that everyone had been waiting for. Cena proposed to Nikki in the middle of the ring, creating a WrestleMania moment that should get plenty of mainstream attention.

Winner: John Cena & Nikki Bella

Seth Rollins vs. Triple H (Non-Sanctioned Match)

Despite having to battle through injuries and poor booking, Rollins continues to prove that he has the potential to be WWE’s No.1 star. Rollins and Triple H told a terrific story in the night’s longest match, as the former Shield member overcame Triple H’s sledgehammer and outside interference from Stephanie McMahon to get the win. After Rollins knocked Triple H into the ropes, which incidentally sent Stephanie through a table that was ringside, Rollins was able to hit a Pedigree for the pinfall.

Winner: Seth Rollins

AJ Styles vs. Shane McMahon

This match opened the PPV, and it might have been the most entertaining match of the night. Even at 47 years old, Shane continues to prove that he can hang with the full-time wrestlers in WWE. He did his usual high spots, leaping onto the announcers’ table and countering an attempted Coast-to-Coast by Styles to hit the move himself. The match hit its climax when Shane attempted a Shooting Star Press and Styles rolled out of the way, allowing the former WWE Champion to win with a Phenomenal Forearm.

Winner: AJ Styles

Kevin Owens vs. Chris Jericho (United States Championship Match)

Owens did as he promised and took Jericho’s title, returning the favor for the distraction that caused him to lose the WWE Universal Championship at Fastlane. Owens didn’t need to cheat as he usually does, surviving the Walls of Jericho and a Codebreaker. He Powerbombed Jericho onto the side apron from the outside of the ring, then tossed him back into the ring for the pinfall.

Winner: Kevin Owens

Bayley vs. Sasha Banks vs. Charlotte Flair vs. Nia Jax (Raw Women’s Championship Elimination Match)

Bayley, Sasha and Charlotte did their best Shield impression, hitting Nia with a Triple Powerbomb and all pinning her simultaneously for the first elimination. However, the much anticipated triple threat match among the three women felt underwhelming. Charlotte eliminated Sasha by sending her into an exposed turnbuckle, and Bayley hit Charlotte with a flying elbow from the top rope to retain. The highlight of the match was Charlotte’s corkscrew moonsault onto the outside of the ring, reminiscent of a similar spot from last year’s match.

Winner: Bayley

Enzo Amore & Big Cass vs. Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson vs. Sheamus & Cesaro vs. The Hardy Boyz (Raw Tag Team Championship Ladder Match)

The biggest surprise of the night came when Matt and Jeff Hardy were entered into the match shortly before it began. It became clear that the returning team would become the new Raw Tag Team Champions, but not before Matt delivered a Twist of Fate from the top of a ladder and Jeff hit a Swanton Bomb onto Cesaro and Sheamus from about 20 feet in the air.

Winner: The Hardy Boyz

Alexa Bliss vs. Becky Lynch vs. Naomi vs. Carmella vs. Mickie James vs. Natalya (SmackDown Women’s Championship Match)

Not only did Naomi regain the title that she was forced to relinquish a few weeks ago, but she did it by making the champion tap out. The match lasted less than six minutes, and only Goldberg and Lesnar were given less time.

Winner: Naomi

Baron Corbin vs. Dean Ambrose (Intercontinental Championship Match)--Kickoff Show

The match was a late addition to the kickoff show, and it featured one of the night’s biggest upsets. It looked like Corbin was ready to win his first title, but his arrogance got the best of him, allowing Ambrose to hit Dirty Deeds for the win.

Winner: Dean Ambrose

Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal--Kickoff Show

Braun Strowman was one of the night’s biggest favorites, but he was eliminated early when virtually every wrestler in the battle royal joined forces to toss him over the top rope. That set up an eventual win for Mojo Rawley, who got the victory with a little bit of help from his friend and New England Patriots’ tight end Rob Gronkowski. With Gronkowski sitting ringside, Jinder Mahal taunted the NFL player. Gronkowski eventually got into the ring himself and delivered a shoulder tackle to Mahal, allowing Rawley to recover and become the last man standing.

Winner: Mojo Rawley

Neville vs. Austin Aries (Cruiserweight Championship Match)--Kickoff Show

It was the first match of the night and certainly worthy of being on the main card. Neville was the only wrestler at WrestleMania 33 that used heel tactics to get the win, raking Aries’ eyes to escape the Last Chancery. That allowed the champ to hit the Red Arrow for the win, but this feud is likely far from over.

Winner: Neville