It's time for the second night of the biggest event in professional wrestling.
The 2022 edition of WWE WrestleMania finishes off on Sunday after a thrilling
Night 1 on Saturday ended with Steve Austin's first match in 19 years.
Now, fans head into Night 2 anticipating the championship unification bout
between universal champion Roman Reigns and WWE champion Brock Lesnar.
Lesnar earned his shot at Reigns with a win at the Royal Rumble.
The stakes were then raised when he earned the WWE title at the Elimination Chamber in February.
It should be another crazy night of action as WWE brings WrestleMania 38 to a close.
Let's take a look at how you can watch WrestleMania 38 live on Saturday and Sunday night before diving
2022 WWE WrestleMania
into the complete match card for the 2022 edition of the "Grandaddy of 'Em All".