October 31, 2019
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia – King Saud International Stadium
Results by: Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com
Quick Match Results
- Kickoff Show: 20 Man Battle Royal: Humberto Carrillo won, last eliminating Rowan
- WWE Championship: Brock Lesnar (c) defeated Cain Velasquez via Kimura Lock
- World Cup Tag Team Turmoil Match: The O.C. won, last eliminating the Viking Raiders via the Magic Killer on Erik
- Mansoor defeated Cesaro via moonsault
- Tyson Fury defeated Braun Strowman by count out via punching him out of the ring
- WWE United States Championship: AJ Styles (c) defeated Humberto Carrillo via Phenomenal Forearm
- Natalya defeated Lacey Evans via Sharpshooter
- 5-on-5 Tag Team Match: Team Hogan (Roman Reigns, Rusev, Ricochet, Shorty G, Ali) defeated Team Flair (Randy Orton, Bobby Lashley, Shinsuke Nakamura, Drew McIntyre, King Corbin) via spear by Reigns on Orton
- Universal Championship – Falls Count Anywhere: “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt defeated Seth Rollins (c) via Sister Abigail to win the title
20 Man Battle Royal
Competitors: Sunil Singh, Mojo Rawley, Erick Rowan, R-Truth, Sin Cara, The Brian Kendrick, Titus O’Neil, Tony Nese, Akira Tozawa, Shelton Benjamin, Apollo Crews, Buddy Murphy, Andrade, Drake Maverick, Eric Young, Luke Harper, Cedric Alexander, Heath Slater, Humberto Carrillo, and No Way Jose.
Humberto Carrillo won, earning a United States Championship title shot at AJ Styles later in the show.
The last three were Carrillo, Rowan and Harper. Rowan eliminated Harper as he was trying to throw out Carrillo, then Carrillo eliminated Rowan to win.
Also during the match, R-Truth rolled up Sunil Singh to win the 24/7 Championship.
Winner: Humberto Carrillo
A big pyrotechnics display takes place, and we’re brought into the King Saud International Stadium.
Brock Lesnar (c) vs. Cain Velasquez
During the ring entrances, Paul Heyman takes the microphone and does his own. Heyman introduces himself and says tonight the ultimate rematch in combat sports history happens. Heyman calls Lesnar a “Cain Conqueror.”
The bell rings, and they circle the ring. Velasquez throws some punches and kicks, but Lesnar avoids them. Lesnar goes for a takedown, but backs him to the corner instead. Lesnar keeps him cornered, but Velasquez shoves him off. Velasquez throws a kick, but Lesnar swipes it away. Lesnar ties him up and backs him to the corner again. Velasquez turns him and knees him in the midsection. Velasquez explodes out of the corner with some punches and a kick that takes Lesnar down. Velasquez jumps on him and punches away at him. Lesnar all of a sudden applies a Kimura Lock for the submission.
Winner by Submission and still WWE Champion: Brock Lesnar
Lesnar refuses to release the hold, so Mysterio cracks him in the back with a chair. Lesnar angrily gets up, grabs Mysterio, and pushes him. Lesnar then throws Mysterio out of the ring. Lesnar hits Velasquez a few times with the chair before giving him an F5 on the chair. Mysterio again gets in the ring and wildly hits Lesnar with the steel chair. Mysterio cracks him over and over again with the chair, including a shot to the head. Lesnar escapes the ring and backs up the ramp with Heyman.
World Cup Tag Team Turmoil Match
Robert Roode & Dolph Ziggler vs. Lucha House Party
Lince Dorado and Gran Metalik will represent Lucha House Party. Kalisto is at ringside.
Dolph Ziggler and Lince Dorado start the match. Dorado takes out Ziggler, so Robert Roode tags in. Gran Metalik tags in, and they hit a double-team splash on Roode. Dorado tags back in, but Roode hits him with a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker. Roode knocks Metalik off the apron and stomps Dorado. Roode hits a front suplex. Ziggler tags in and hits a famouser for a two count. Ziggler applies a chin lock, but Dorado fights up. Ziggler backs Dorado to the corner and tags Roode in. Roode hits a suplex for a two count. Ziggler tags back in, and he punches Dorado in the corner. Ziggler puts Dorado on the top rope and climbs, but Dorado punches him down to the mat. Dorado connects with a cross-body block. Ziggler quickly tags Roode in. Dorado kicks Roode away and tags Metalik in.
Metalik does some flips and simply chops the chest. Roode catapults Metalik into the corner, but Metalik comes back with a dive. Metalik twists on the ropes and hits a missile dropkick, but Ziggler breaks up the pin. Dorado hits Ziggler with a flying hurricanrana. Ziggler leaves the ring. Dorado goes to the top rope, but Roode pushes him off to the floor. Ziggler superkicks Dorado out of mid-air. In the ring, Roode distracts the referee while Ziggler superkicks Metalik. Roode then hits a Glorious DDT for the elimination.
Lucha House Party have been eliminated.
Robert Roode & Dolph Ziggler vs. Ryder & Hawkins
Ryder immediately hits the Rough Ryder and gets Ziggler out of the ring. Hawkins and Ryder completely botch a double-team on Roode. Roode and Ziggler hit a spinebuster/Zig-Zag combo on Ryder to eliminate his team.
Ryder and Hawkins have been eliminated.
Robert Roode and Dolph Ziggler vs. Heavy Machinery
Tucker starts against Ziggler. Tucker gets the better of Ziggler by sending him to the corner and hitting a cross-body block. Tucker misses an avalanche, and Roode is tagged in. Roode chops the chest and rakes the eyes on the top rope. Ziggler gets a cheap shot in on Tucker. Ziggler hits a snapmare and applies a chin lock. Tucker fights up, but Ziggler stops the momentum. Roode tags in and whips Ziggler, but Tucker moves. Tucker then clotheslines Roode down.
Otis tags in, and he shoulder blocks Roode before avalanching Ziggler. Otis hits another shoulder block before hitting Ziggler with a flapjack. Otis rips his shirt off and gyrates. Roode attacks, but Otis hits a belly-to-belly suplex. Otis than avalanches Roode into Ziggler. Otis goes for the Caterpillar, but Ziggler pulls Roode out of the ring. Tucker then takes Ziggler out at ringside. Otis brings Roode into the ring the hard way. Otis catches Roode trying a cross-body. Tucker tags in, and they hit the Compactor for the elimination.
Robert Roode and Dolph Ziggler have been eliminated.
Heavy Machinery vs. The New Day
Big E and Kofi Kingston will represent The New Day.
Big E quickly goes for an abdominal stretch on Tucker, but he gets out. Tucker shoulder blocks Big E, but he bends back and manages to stay on his feet. They soon wipe each other out with a double clothesline. Otis and Kofi Kingston tag in. Kingston punches and dropkicks Otis, but Otis catches him. Otis shoulder blocks him and hits an avalanche. Otis hits the Caterpillar for a near fall. Tucker tags in, and Kingston hits him with Trouble in Paradise. Big E tags in, but Tucker takes him down for a two count. Tucker goes for a cross-body block, but Big E moves. Kingston tags in, and they hit the Midnight Hour for the elimination.
Heavy Machinery have been eliminated.
The New Day vs. The B-Team
Big E sends Curtis Axel to the corner, but Axel boots him back before hitting a clothesline. Bo Dallas tags in, and he drops a knee on Big E before hitting some knee strikes for a two count. Kingston hits Dallas with a plancha while Big E hits Axel with the Big Ending for the elimination.
The B-Team have been eliminated.
The New Day vs. The Revival
The Revival’s SmackDown Tag Team Championship is not on the line. The Revival will defend the titles against The New Day tomorrow night on Friday Night SmackDown.
Scott Dawson attacks Kingston before tagging Dash Wilder in. Wilder chops Kingston’s chest. Kingston quickly dropkicks Wilder back, but Wilder comes back with a slam for a two count. Dawson tags in and drops a leg and an elbow. Dawson hits a back suplex for a two count. Kingston fights back, but Wilder is tagged in. Wilder works on Kingston’s arm, but he fights up and arm drags him off. Kingston then hits Wilder with the SOS. Dawson tags in, but Kingston fights him off. Dawson quickly cuts him off and whips him to the corner, but Kingston springboards off the rope with a missile dropkick. Wilder quickly knocks Big E off the apron. Dawson clotheslines Kingston in the corner and tags Wilder in. Wilder hits a flying knee to the face for a two count. Kingston manages to roll-up Dawson for the elimination.
The Revival have been eliminated.
The Revival viciously attack Big E and Kingston after being eliminated. They hit Kingston with the Shatter Machine.
The New Day vs. The O.C.
Gallows and Anderson run in and try to hit the Magic Killer on Kingston, but he fights out. Kingston knocks Gallows out of the ring and hits Anderson with a double stomp to the chest. Gallows pulls Big E off the apron and superkicks him. Anderson hits a running boot on Kingston and tags Gallows in. They hit Kingston with a Magic Killer for the elimination.
The New Day have been eliminated.
The O.C. vs. The Viking Raiders
The Viking Raiders’ Raw Tag Team Championship will not be on the line.
Erik starts off hot by taking them down and powerbombing Anderson into Gallows. Gallows soon takes out Erik. Anderson clips Erik’s knee, and Gallows dropkicks him off the apron. Gallows gets Erik in the ring and takes him down for a two count. Ivar tags in and takes Gallows down. Ivar flattens him with a cross-body. Ivar hits a seated senton on Gallows, cartwheels around Anderson, and takes him out. Erik tags in, and he scoop slams Ivar onto Anderson. Gallows knocks Ivar off the top rope, and Anderson sends Erik into the ring post shoulder-first. The O.C. hits a back suplex/neckbreaker combo. They go for the Magic Killer on Erik, but Ivar blocks it. Ivar is taken out. Anderson clips Erik’s knee. The O.C. hits the Magic Killer on Erik to become the best tag team in the world.
Winners of Tag Team Turmoil: The O.C.
The O.C. hold up the trophy and celebrate being the best tag team in the world.
Backstage: Rey Mysterio
Byron Saxton is backstage with Rey Mysterio. Mysterio gives props to Lesnar for surviving Cain Velasquez. Lesnar still has to survive Mysterio. Mysterio and his son Dominick have survived Lesnar. Lesnar will pay for what he’s done if it takes Mysterio to his last breath.
Cesaro vs. Mansoor
The crowd is really buzzing over Mansoor, who is in his hometown. Cesaro backs Mansoor to the corner and shoves him. Mansoor fights back and goes for an arm drag, but Cesaro holds up. Mansoor twists out and hits an arm drag. A “Mansoor” chant picks up. Cesaro shoulder blocks him down and catches Mansoor doing a leapfrog. Mansoor gets out, takes Cesaro down, and hits a standing moonsault for a one count. Mansoor quickly follows up with an arm drag and applies an arm bar. Cesaro sends Mansoor into the ropes, but Mansoor rolls through a sunset flip and dropkicks him out of the ring. Mansoor hits a baseball slide before trying for a suicide dive, but Cesaro uppercuts him out of mid-air. Cesaro then hip tosses Mansoor into the barricade.
Cesaro gets Mansoor in the ring and hits a diving clothesline for a two count. Cesaro viciously whips him into the corner, and Mansoor lands hard on his face. Cesaro picks up a two count. Cesaro takes him down and applies a chin lock. Mansoor fights up, so Cesaro applies a sleeper hold. Mansoor fights out and applies a sleeper hold of his own. Cesaro immediately counters out and hits a back suplex for a two count. Mansoor manages to make a comeback and takes Cesaro down. Mansoor hits a jawbreaker and chops the chest. Cesaro goes for a back suplex, but Mansoor flips through and hits a step-up enzuigiri. Mansoor then sends him out of the ring with a head-scissor takeover. Mansoor then takes him out with a somersault plancha. Mansoor gets him in the ring and hits a cross-body block for a near fall. Mansoor connects with a tornado DDT for another near fall.
The crowd is chanting for Mansoor. Cesaro uppercuts Mansoor and rolls him up with a handful of tights for a near fall. Mansoor kicks Cesaro back and hits a slingshot neckbreaker, but Cesaro gets a foot on the bottom rope. Mansoor goes to the top rope, but Cesaro sweeps the feet. Cesaro hits a gutwrench superplex, but Mansoor kicks out. Cesaro comes back with a Very European Uppercut, but Mansoor again kicks out. Cesaro immediately transitions into the crossface submission, but Mansoor gets out with a roll-up for a two count. Mansoor hits a desperation superkick for a near fall. The crowd is buzzing for Mansoor. Mansoor boots Cesaro back, but Cesaro punches him in the face. Cesaro punches away at Mansoor on the ropes and uppercuts him. Cesaro goes for another gutwrench superplex, but Mansoor counters into a sunset flip powerbomb. Mansoor goes to the top rope and hits a moonsault for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Mansoor
Greg Hamilton asks Mansoor what this victory means for him in front of his hometown and family. Mansoor gets emotional while the crowd chants for him. Mansoor says when he woke up this morning, he looked at himself in the mirror and realized this is his most important match of his life. Mansoor says he was scared and nervous. A “You deserve it” chant picks up. Mansoor was nervous, but he stepped in here in front of everyone and remembered that anything is possible. This may have been the most important victory of his life, but he cannot wait to see what “we” do next. Mansoor shouts in his native tongue. Mansoor says they dreamed of a Saudi superstar in WWE. Mansoor then speaks again in his native tongue before his music plays.
Backstage: Seth Rollins
Byron Saxton is backstage with WWE Universal Champion Seth Rollins. Rollins says this ends tonight. The Fiend has took him to new lengths, but he kind of likes it. It’s different with The Fiend. No matter what happens tonight, he didn’t pick or start this fight. Bray Wyatt brought this fight to his door. Rollins is not afraid to finish it and will leave Crown Jewel with the title. Rollins will burn it down.
They air a Survivor Series commercial saying that NXT will be involved in Survivor Series this year.
Braun Strowman vs. Tyson Fury
Tyson Fury makes an impressive entrance with tons of pyro, lighting effects, and was wearing Saudi Arabian garb. Fury also comes out to “It’s Your Thing” by The Isley Brothers.
They lock up, and Strowman shoves him off. Strowman powers him to the corner and shoves him. They circle the ring and lock up. Strowman backs him into the ropes and swings wildly, but Fury ducks all the shots. Fury punches Strowman back, but Strowman wrenches the arm. Fury kips up and applies a side headlock. Strowman whips him off, but Fury tries for a shoulder block. Strowman stumbles back, but he quickly big boots Fury down. Strowman puts Fury in the corner and charges, but Fury sidesteps him. Strowman hits the ring post shoulder-first and falls out of the ring. Strowman levels Fury with a right hand. Strowman runs around the ring, but Fury takes him out with a boot. Fury gets Strowman in the ring and takes him down for a two count. Strowman powers Fury into the corner and clubs away at him. Strowman picks him up and tosses him. Fury leaves the ring, so Strowman goes outside and shoulder blocks him down. Strowman gets him in the ring. Strowman gets on the apron, and Fury levels him with a right hand. Strowman falls to the floor and is counted out.
Winner by Count-Out: Tyson Fury
Strowman gets in the ring and takes Fury out with a Running Powerslam. Strowman yells at him and leaves the ring. Fury quickly pops up to his feet and shouts at Strowman.
Backstage: R-Truth, Sunil Singh
R-Truth defeated Sunil Singh for the WWE 24/7 Championship on the Crown Jewel Kickoff Show.
WWE 24/7 Champion R-Truth runs into the Bollywood Boys backstage. R-Truth tries to run away, but he hits a locked door. Samir Singh then pins R-Truth for the title.
Winner and new 24/7 Champion: Sunil Singh
WWE United States Championship
AJ Styles (c) vs. Humberto Carrillo
The bell rings, and Styles ambushes him. Styles stomps him down and chops the chest. Styles bounces Carrillo off the top turnbuckle and puts him in the corner. Styles chops the chest and knees him in the midsection. Carrillo fights back, but Styles quickly cuts him off and dominates over him. Styles applies a chin lock, but Carrillo fights up and hits a handspring back elbow. Carrillo goes for a springboard arm drag, but Styles wipes him out. Styles hits a brainbuster for a near fall. Styles goes back to the chin lock, but Carrillo fights up. Carrillo hits a handspring arm drag and takes him down for a two count. Carrillo counters a catapult into a top rope cross-body block for a near fall. Styles quickly hits a throat thrust and goes for a slam, but Carrillo lands on his feet. Carrillo hits an enzuigiri, and Styles connects with an overhead kick.
Both men are down. Styles gets up and pulls him to the apron. Carrillo fights him off and hits a pump kick. Carrillo punches him back and hits a missile dropkick to knock Styles off the apron. Carrillo then hits a twisting moonsault plancha. Carrillo gets him in the ring and picks up a two count. Carrillo puts him on the top rope and goes for a top rope hurricanrana, but Styles tries to counter into a super Styles Clash. Styles hits a sunset flip, but Carrillo reverses the whip. Styles hits a strike combination for a near fall. Carrillo avoids a Styles Clash, but tweaks the knee. Styles takes him down, but Carrillo kicks him back. Styles then applies the Calf Crusher, but Carrillo gets to the bottom rope. Carrillo takes him down and goes to the top rope for a moonsault, but he lands on his feet. Styles follows up with a Phenomenal Forearm for the win.
Winner and still WWE United States Champion: AJ Styles
Backstage: Hulk Hogan
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Byron Saxton interviews Hulk Hogan. Hogan calls Saxton “Beautiful Byron.” Hogan says Ric Flair has never defeated him and it’ll be the same tonight. His team has been training hard. What’cha gonna do Ric Flair when Team Hogan runs wild on you at the Crown Jewel, brother?
Natalya vs. Lacey Evans
Both women are covered up and the makeup they normally wear is subdued.
They shake hands. Evans shoulder blocks Natalya down, but Natalya soon comes back with an arm drag. Evans twists out of an arm lock and takes her down. Evans hits an arm drag and saunters around the ring. Natalya takes her down and poses. Natalya applies a waistlock, but Evans elbows her back. Natalya goes for a spike on the tailbone, but Evans blocks it. Natalya goes for a Sharpshooter, but Evans kicks her off. Natalya then sends Evans out of the ring and poses to a loud reception. Evans gets in the ring and cuts Natalya off. Evans kicks her back and hits a slingshot elbow for a two count. Evans attacks the arm of Natalya before hitting a neckbreaker. Natalya soon fights her off. Natalya boots her back and spikes her on her tailbone. Natalya steps on her and hits a low dropkick to the face. Evans fights out of a Sharpshooter and rolls her up for a two count. Evans hits a suplex and goes to the top rope for a moonsault, but Natalya kicks out. Evans cannot believe it. Natalya pulls Evans off the ropes and hits a discus lariat. Natalya then applies a Sharpshooter in the center of the ring for the submission.
Winner by Submission: Natalya
Natalya raises Evans’ arm and they embrace in tearful celebration. They pose for the crowd and get a nice ovation. They embrace a woman at ringside.
5-on-5 Tag Team Match
Team Flair (Randy Orton, Bobby Lashley, Shinsuke Nakamura, Drew McIntyre, King Corbin) vs. Team Hogan (Roman Reigns, Rusev, Ricochet, Shorty G, Ali)
Ric Flair, Hulk Hogan, and Jimmy Hart are at ringside for this match.
Shinsuke Nakamura starts off against Shorty G. Shorty G takes Nakamura down, and they do some chain wrestling. Shorty G hits a pair of belly-to-belly suplexes for a two count. Nakamura knees him in the midsection and hits a spin kick. King Corbin tags in and attacks Shorty G. Shorty G hits an arm drag. Ali blind tagged in and hits Corbin with a pair of dropkicks. Corbin shoves Ali to the corner, but Ali knocks him back and hits a sit-out facebuster. Bobby Lashley tags in, as does Rusev. Rusev charges over, but the referee pulls him away for some reason. Drew McIntyre tags in. McIntyre boots Rusev, but Rusev punches right back at him. McIntyre clubs the back and send shim into the ropes, but he lowers his head and eats a kick. Rusev sends him to the corner, but McIntyre elbows him back. Rusev then comes back with a wheel kick for a near fall. Ali tags in and hits a double stomp to the arm of McIntyre. McIntyre quickly chops Ali down. Corbin tags back in and stomps Ali. Corbin drops him on the apron and shoves him off into the barricade!
Lashley tags in and works over Ali. Lashley gets Rusev fired up, so Randy Orton takes advantage and attacks Ali at ringside. Nakamura tags in and digs a boot into Ali’s face. McIntyre tags in, but Ali comes back with a big tornado DDT. Ricochet tags in and forearms away at McIntyre before hitting a head-scissor takeover. Ricochet hits a running shoulder, boots Nakamura away, and hits McIntyre with a springboard clothesline. Ricochet follows up with a springboard moonsault, but McIntyre kicks out. Ricochet goes to the top rope, but McIntyre pulls him down. McIntyre goes for an inverted Alabama Slam, and Corbin punches Ricochet. Randy Orton tags in and stomps Ricochet’s hand. Orton then poses. Orton chops the chest and hands of Ricochet. Orton stomps the midsection, and Ric Flair shouts trash talk over at Hulk Hogan. Lashley tags in and hits a running shoulder thrust on Ricochet. Lashley hits a delayed vertical suplex for a two count. Lashley talks a little trash to Rusev. Corbin tags in, elbows away at Ricochet, and applies a chin lock. Corbin knocks Ali and Shorty G off the apron before turning Ricochet inside out with a clothesline. Ric Flair is strutting around at ringside. McIntyre tags in and hits a suplex on Ricochet for a two count. Lashley tags in and knocks Rusev off the apron. Ricochet hits Lashley with an enzuigiri. Orton quickly tags in and goes for a back suplex, but Ricochet lands on his feet. Ricochet then kicks Orton in the face.
Roman Reigns and Corbin are tagged in. Reigns hits Corbin, Nakamura, and McIntyre with clotheslines before uppercutting Lashley. Reigns goes outside the ring and hits Orton with a Drive-By Dropkick. Reigns does the same to Lashley. Corbin pulls Reigns up by the hair, but Reigns punches him back. Reigns clubs away at Corbin in the corner before hitting a big boot. Reigns drops a Hulk Hogan Leg Drop and walks around the ring. Nakamura distracts Reigns. Orton blind tags in and goes for an RKO, but Reigns shoves him off. Reigns hits a Superman Punch, but the pin is broken up. Corbin chokeslams Ali. Shorty G applies an ankle lock to Corbin, but Nakamura hits a Kinshasa. Ricochet wipes out Nakamura, and McIntyre drops Ricochet with a Claymore Kick.
Rusev runs in to help and slams Nakamura down. Rusev is left in the ring with Lashley. They trade punches with Rusev coming out on top. Lashley shoves him off and pulls the top rope down to get him out of the ring. Reigns then hits Lashley with a Superman Punch that knocks him out of the ring. Reigns then takes everyone out with a running dive to the floor. Reigns gets Orton in the ring and goes for a spear, but Orton boots him in the face. Orton hits an RKO, but Reigns kicks out. Orton cannot believe it. Ric Flair is stunned. An “RKO” chant picks up. Ali runs in and counters an RKO. Ricochet then hits McIntyre with a standing shooting star press. Ricochet and Ali do stereo dives, and Shorty G takes out Corbin. Reigns spears Orton in the center of the ring to win the match.
Winners by Pinfall: Team Hogan
Universal Championship – Falls Count Anywhere
Seth Rollins (c) vs. “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt
The red lights are on for this match again. The Fiend immediately throat thrusts Rollins and beats him down. The Fiend sends him into the ropes and hits a head-butt. Rollins fights back and hits a Sling Blade. Rollins boots him back and hits a blockbuster. Rollins hits a springboard knee to the head before hitting a kick to the midsection. Rollins punches him in the face and hits the ropes, but The Fiend annihilates him with a running cross-body block.
The Fiend follows Rollins out of the ring and sends him into the crowd. The red lights make it really difficult to see on TV. Rollins fights him back and hits a Stomp on the floor. The Fiend quickly pops up and hits a one-armed slam on the apron. The Fiend bounces Rollins off the commentary table and throws him. The Fiend charges, but he explodes through a barricade when Rollins moves. Rollins sets up a table and attacks The Fiend with the cover of the commentary table. Rollins grabs another table and stacks it on the first one at ringside. Rollins grabs a steel chair and smacks The Fiend on the back with it a few times. Rollins grabs a sledgehammer, and the crowd boos him. Rollins sets up the chair and puts The Fiend’s head on it. Rollins goes to murder him, but The Fiend pops up and applies the Mandible Claw. Rollins gets out by slamming the sledgehammer into The Fiend’s face twice. The Fiend quickly comes back by sending Rollins over the commentary table. The Fiend then punches away at Rollins before posing. The Fiend punches away at Rollins and goes for a senton splash through the commentary table, but Rollins moves. Rollins covers for a one count. Rollins grabs a chair and slams it on The Fiend’s back, leaving him on the other commentary table. The Fiend pops up and sends Rollins off the top rope through the stacked tables at ringside!
The Fiend pulls back the protective mat at ringside and grabs the limp Rollins. Rollins counters Sister Abigail and hits an enzuigiri. Rollins grabs the steel steps and smack them off the face of The Fiend a few times. Rollins then hits a Stomp on the exposed floor for a near fall. Rollins hits The Fiend with the steel chair a few times, sending him into the crowd. Rollins hits him the chair, and The Fiend is laying on a platform. The Fiend then hits Sister Abigail on the platform. Rollins falls off the platform. The Fiend covers, but Rollins kicks out. The Fiend sends him back to ringside and stalks him. The Fiend punches him up the ramp and stomps him. The Fiend punches him up to the stage and goes for a slam, but Rollins fights it. Rollins then hits a Stomp on the stage. The Fiend immediately pops up. Rollins superkicks him three times before hitting another Stomp. Rollins backs up and hits yet another Stomp. Rollins hits the sixth Stomp of the match, each one with less and less pop from the crowd. Rollins hits a seventh Stomp, and the crowd boos him. Rollins signals for an eighth Stomp and connects. Rollins superkicks him off the stage into a tech pit. Some sparks fly from the damage. The crowd lightly gives an “ooh.” Rollins grabs a road crate, and something explodes in his face. Rollins shouts, “My eyes.” The Fiend rises from behind and applies the Mandible Claw. The Fiend hits Sister Abigail for the win.
Winner and new WWE Universal Champion: “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt
The Fiend poses with the title as high pitched screaming sounds.
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The lights come back on, and a huge fireworks display hits to finish the show.
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