Brock Lesnar has defeated Samoa Joe once again at Saturday night’s WWE live event in Detroit. Earlier, Lesnar had defeated Joe at Great balls of fire PPV as well.
Brock Lesnar has defeated Samoa Joe once again at Saturday night’s WWE live event in Detroit. Earlier, Lesnar had defeated Joe at Great balls of fire PPV as well. Lesnar and Joe will also be part of the fatal 4 way match at Summerslam which also includes Reigns and Strowman.This was the final WWE show at the historic Joe Louis Arena as the venue will soon be torn down.The Venue has memorable WWE moments Featuring the likes Stone Cold, Undertaker and Kurt Angle.
Lesnar won with the F5 in a match thathas been described as being around 6-7 minutes long. In the main event, John Cena defeated Rusev in a Detroit Street Fight. After the match, Cena did a promo and put over the arena’s history. Cena mentioned that his first PPV win was in the building 15 years ago.
Here are the results of the event-
1. AJ Styles pinned Kevin Owens with The Phenomenal Forearm to retain the U.S. Championship.
2. Tye Dillinger and Sin Cara defeated Aiden English and Erick Rowan. Dillinger pinned Rowan with a rollup. Erick Rowan demanded another match.
3. Luke Harper beat Erick Rowan. Rowan was promptly pinned by Luke Harper via a discus clothesline.
4. Baron Corbin defeated Sami Zayn with the End of Days.
5. The New Day defeated Breezdango and The Usos in a Triple Threat to retain the Smackdown Tag Titles. Kofi Kingston and Big E executed their finisher on one of the Uso brothers for the win.
6. Brock Lesnar pinned Samoa Joe to retain the WWE Universal Championship. Lesnar won after an F5 in about seven minutes.
7. Naomi, Becky Lynch, and Charlotte Flair defeated Natalya, Tamina, and Carmella. Naomi pinned Carmella after the Rearview.
8. Shinsuke Nakamura and Randy Orton defeated Jinder Mahal and Dolph Ziggler. Orton pinned Ziggler with an RKO.
9. John Cena defeated Rusev in a Detroit Street Fight with an AA through a table. Cena addressed the crowd afterwards and put over The Joe, as it was the site of his first pay-per-view win 15 years ago.