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PostSubject: Summer Slam - Full Results   Sat 26 Aug - 16:36



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The Miz & The Miztourage def. The Hardy Boyz & Jason Jordan



BROOKLYN, N.Y. – After weeks of hurling insults while feeling insulted (primarily by Raw General Manager Kurt Angle), The Miz and his Miztourage found some satisfaction inside the sold-out Barclays Center with a victory over the dynamic squadron of The Hardy Boyz & Jason Jordan at SummerSlam Kickoff.

Jordan, whom Miz had singled out over the past handful of weeks after it was revealed he was Angle’s son, came into this match with Matt and Jeff as his partners, and with a ton to prove to The Miz, Curtis Axel, Bo Dallas and the WWE Universe.

He and The Hardys started out strong, using their unique blends of offense to keep Miz and his men reeling.

However, as the match progressed, The A-Lister and his co-stars neutralized Jeff after The Miztourage swatted The Charismatic Enigma off the top rope while the referee was distracted trying to restore order.

Following a clutch tag-in, Matt managed to get his team back on track with a flurry of offense, then tagged in the fresh Jordan after he and Miz began going back and forth.

Jordan went on a suplex marathon and appeared to be closing in on the victory before bedlam broke out, allowing The Miz to blindly tag into the match. Catching Jordan unaware as the gold-blooded Superstar was going for a suplex, The A-Lister connected with a devastating Skull-Crushing Finale to get an “awesome” win on the 30th anniversary of SummerSlam – and some satisfaction against Jordan’s father for not putting Miz in an Intercontinental Title defense at The Biggest Event of the Summer.

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PostSubject: Re: Summer Slam - Full Results   Sat 26 Aug - 16:38

Neville def. Akira Tozawa to become the new WWE Cruiserweight Champion



BROOKLYN, N.Y. — The King has returned.

After being usurped by Akira Tozawa in a stunning upset on Raw six days prior, Neville reclaimed the WWE Cruiserweight Championship at SummerSlam Kickoff, stripping The Stamina Monster of his title and emptying the trophy case of Titus Worldwide.

Humbled by his previous defeat and having learned from his lackadaisical attitude toward The Stamina Monster on Raw, Neville came out swinging against his challenger in the sold-out Barclays Center, looking like he had undergone a top-to-bottom revamp following his humiliation.

Tozawa quickly answered, though, expelling Neville from the ring and pasting The King of the Cruiserweights with a series of kicks to the chest.

Yet, much like on Raw, Neville quickly zeroed in on his mark: Tozawa’s previously injured shoulder, which he first targeted by shoving the challenger into the LED boards on the side of the ring.

The injury didn’t hamper Tozawa for long. The champion’s second wind came fast, and it came furious: A suicide headbutt, an octopus hold that turned Neville into a human pretzel, and a Shining Wizard that had the challenger seeing triple.

Even when The King of the Cruiserweights went back to the left shoulder, Tozawa adjusted, using his right fist to drop the challenger off the top turnbuckle when Neville went for a superplex.

With his opponent prone on the mat after missing out on the maneuver, The Stamina Monster went for the top-rope senton splash. However, Neville had learned from his challenger: The King of the Cruiserweights raised his knees to block the move, bowing Tozawa’s spine and leaving him writhing face-down on the mat.

Leaving nothing to chance, Neville ascended to the top rope, uncorking a breathtaking Red Arrow to the small of Tozawa’s back and reclaiming the WWE Cruiserweight Title three seconds later.
Long live The King.

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PostSubject: Re: Summer Slam - Full Results   Sat 26 Aug - 16:40

The Usos def. The New Day to become the new SmackDown Tag Team Champions



BROOKLYN, N.Y. — Brooklyn may have felt like home for The New Day heading into the SummerSlam Kickoff, but their challengers quickly turned the sold-out Barclays Center into the Uso Penitentiary, as The Usos dethroned Xavier Woods & Big E to become the first-ever two-time SmackDown Tag Team Champions.

The New Day entered the battle fueled by rage after suffering a brutal sneak attack at the hands of The Usos several weeks ago on SmackDown LIVE.

That rage – made all the more appropriate by their DC Comics-inspired Red Lanterns ring gear – gave them an early upper hand, but the challengers quickly focused their attack on Woods, keeping Big E out of the battle at all costs.

Woods fought through The Usos’ relentless offense, rallying back with the help of Big E and the WWE Universe and finally tagged in the powerhouse.

Big E rushed into the fray, hurling Jimmy & Jey around the ring with ease and even using Woods as a projectile.

Woods returned the favor, showing off remarkable strength in hoisting the 300-pounder up on his shoulders.

As the battle roared on, The Usos revealed more of their game plan: To split The New Day apart.
That included hurling Kofi Kingston, who was at ringside, into the steel ring steps, tossing Woods over the ropes into a Samoan Drop on the arena floor, and clobbering Big E with a barrage of superkicks.

Jimmy & Jey then scaled the ropes and leapt off, crushing Big E with a double splash to capture their fourth tag team championship in WWE.

With this impressive victory, The Usos have re-established themselves as the top tandem on SmackDown LIVE.
The question that’s now on the mind of the WWE Universe: “Can anyone defeat them?”

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PostSubject: Re: Summer Slam - Full Results   Sat 26 Aug - 16:42

John Cena def. Baron Corbin



BROOKLYN, N.Y. — Baron Corbin huffed and he puffed, but the brick house known as John Cena would not fall down at SummerSlam.

The Cenation Leader snapped his six-SummerSlam losing streak and doubled down on Corbin’s very bad week by defeating The Lone Wolf just five days after costing him a successful Money in the Bank cash-in on SmackDown LIVE.

Corbin, to his credit, was bound and determined to put the cash-in in his rearview, dismissing questions about the attempt as “stupid” on both the previous nightt’s NXT TakeOver Pre-Show and SummerSlam Kickoff, and focusing instead on exacting as much punishment on Cena as humanly possible.

The chants of “Where’s your briefcase?” by the SummerSlam faithful didn’t do much to unman Corbin, but Cena’s blatant mockery of the former contract holder (“This kid’s shook!”) provided The Lone Wolf with enough motivation to put a street-style stomping on the 16-time World Champion.

If anything did throw Corbin off his game, it was that he seemed to expect that he’d put away Cena almost instantly.

He cleverly slid out of the ring each time Cena gained a head of steam to reply with a vengeance, but a litany of failed pinfall attempts led Corbin to lash out at the official and the audience.

Those outbursts provided The Cenation Leader with brief windows to strike, but if they made Corbin any less focused, he came away no less vicious.

None of Cena’s maneuvers seemed to leave any lasting effect — one missed Five-Knuckle Shuffle allowed Corbin to strike with a sinister-looking chokeslam backbreaker, and The Lone Wolf sprang up from a second attempt to execute the Deep Six.

Alas, Corbin went to the well one time too many.
He slithered out of the ring after a third attempt by Cena to shuck him aside, but The Cenation Leader was lying in wait when Corbin charged at him, turning The Lone Wolf inside out with a clothesline and finishing him off with a ring-shaking Attitude Adjustment.

Given all the impressive work Corbin put in, it’s likely he thought he was safely in the lead, slightly maniacal though he became.

Yet he also likely forgot that, at the end of the day, he was only ever one move ahead.

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PostSubject: Re: Summer Slam - Full Results   Sat 26 Aug - 16:44

Natalya def. Naomi to become the new SmackDown Women’s Champion



BROOKLYN, N.Y. — Natalya took to calling herself the “Glowstopper” on social media ahead of The Biggest Party of The Summer. At SummerSlam, she proved that nickname was no joke, as the third-generation Superstar defeated Naomi to capture the SmackDown Women’s Championship.

The challenger wasted no time going after the champion, greeting Naomi with a slap to the face.
Natalya was ruthless in her attack, targeting her rival’s knee to perhaps soften it up for her patented Sharpshooter.

Despite her challenger’s persistence, Naomi fought back, creating separation with a Russian leg sweep off the middle rope.

The champion fashioned more distance with her patented kicks before nearly trapping Natalya in a vicious submission, but The Queen of Harts slipped out and locked on the Sharpshooter.

Naomi survived the first Sharpshooter and attempted a split-legged moonsault.

Unfortunately for the champion, landing stomach-first across the knees of her challenger gave Natalya the opening to once again cinch in the excruciating Sharpshooter in the center of the ring, leaving Naomi with no choice but to submit.

Natalya rubbed her victory in the former champion’s face, kissing the SmackDown Women’s Championship and holding it high above her head for the sold-out Barclays Center crowd to see.

However, Natalya’s time to celebrate won’t last long.
Not only will she have to contend with Naomi, but also Carmella, who still holds the Money in the Bank contract and can challenge for the title at any time.

Natalya’s win saw the start of her first title reign in six years, but with a stacked Women’s division on SmackDown LIVE, will The Queen of Harts’ rule be a long one?

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PostSubject: Re: Summer Slam - Full Results   Sat 26 Aug - 16:47

Big Cass def. Big Show



BROOKLYN, N.Y. — Enzo Amore may have been the one in a Shark Cage, but it was Big Cass who turned SummerSlam into his own personal feeding frenzy.

The seven-footer cemented himself as a breakout singles competitor by defeating Big Show, all while his former tag team partner and Big Show’s current buddy, Amore, was suspended high above the ring in a Shark Cage.

He even stole the spotlight from Muscles Marinara, making his entrance smack in the middle of one of Amore’s signature diatribes on the mic.

Cass started the match with one massive leg up on his foe, as Big Show’s potentially broken right hand — he still isn’t telling — was taped up, forcing the giant to lean hard on his left.

It may have hampered The World’s Largest Athlete some, but the one-armed giant still had more than a puncher’s chance, maintaining a heavy advantage except for the odd maneuvers — a sidewalk slam and a less-than-full-strength KO Punch that exacerbated the injury.

That punch led Big Show to prop his hand up in the straps of his singlet, and Cass unleashed the full scope of his offense on the giant’s mangled paw.

The seven-footer booted the giant right in the hand to bring him to the mat and stomped all over it, as Enzo’s trash-talking above the ring gave way to a wave of panic.

Big Show slowly rallied, using his body to splash Cass into the corner and his left hand to execute a chokeslam, but neither packed enough power to put his opponent down for good.

Since Big Cass wouldn’t stay down, Enzo decided to come down.
Muscles Marinara stripped himself to his skivvies and doused himself in oil, Groundskeeper Willie-style, to escape the cage.

Cass immediately booted his old buddy into unconsciousness, then did the same to Big Show in short order, blasting the giant with two boots to the dome and, finally, a devastating Empire Elbow to end the match.

Enzo liked to go on and on about Big Cass’ height, but perhaps it was ruthlessness that really couldn’t be taught.

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PostSubject: Re: Summer Slam - Full Results   Sat 26 Aug - 16:48

Randy Orton def. Rusev



BROOKLYN, N.Y. — There’s a reason why they call it an “RKO out of nowhere.”
And Rusev can tell you all about it.

One sudden RKO was all it took for Randy Orton to put down The Super Athlete at SummerSlam 2017 in a matter of seconds.

Although Rusev was the first man to strike — waylaying Orton before the bell and brutalizing him at ringside — it was Orton who struck best inside the sold-out Barclays Center.

After surviving Rusev’s brutal pre-match attack, The Viper was granted a few moments to recuperate by the referee before the bout began in earnest.

The Apex Predator took his time, and as soon as he told the official to call for the bell, he was ready.

Rusev rushed in to finish Orton off, but The Viper saw it coming. He sidestepped The Bulgarian Brute, sent him into the turnbuckle and then nailed him with a head-ringing RKO as soon as he turned around.

It was elementary from there, as the referee counted to three to wrap up a match that barely lasted 10 seconds.

A year after he was brutalized by Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam, Randy Orton found retribution.
As for Rusev? Rest assured he’ll be on the hunt for some retribution of his own.

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PostSubject: Re: Summer Slam - Full Results   Sat 26 Aug - 16:51

Sasha Banks def. Alexa Bliss to become the new Raw Women’s Champion



BROOKLYN, N.Y. — Is a Boss greater than a “Goddess”? Opinions vary among the experts, but at SummerSlam 2017, Sasha Banks defeated Alexa Bliss all the same, knocking her off the pedestal of the Raw’s Women’s division to win her fourth title.

That’s no small amount of vindication for Banks, who had twice defended a title in Brooklyn’s Barclays Center and twice came up short.

It may also be considered a precipitous fall for Bliss, who made history as the first Superstar to win both brands’ Women’s Titles, and managed to keep Banks from dethroning her only a couple of months earlier.

It seemed, initially, that this would be yet another showcase for Five Feet of Fury, as Bliss decked the challenger with a right hand to the face, wrapped her up in a chinlock on the turnbuckle and executed the one-two punch of double knees and a moonsault.

Banks’ persistence led to no small irritation on the champion’s part, and Alexa only kept just enough on the right side of the rules in her attempt to wear down The Boss.

Yet, Sasha slowly battled her way back, finally cutting the champion short by way of an Alabama Slam into the turnbuckle.

Banks went to work on a corner-bound Bliss with an avalanche of knees to the sternum and a Bank Statement, though Bliss narrowly managed to reach the ropes to break the hold.

Sensing her title reign slipping away, Bliss went dirty, yanking the ring skirt out from under Banks’ feet as she exited the ring and sending the challenger sprawling to the outside.

Moments later, she hauled Sasha out of the ring outright, leaving The Boss to suffer a landing similar to the one that took Sasha’s friend Bayley out of title contention with an injured shoulder a few weeks ago.

Banks narrowly managed to escape a count-out, and Bliss made her pay dearly for it, attacking the shoulder and landing a Twisted Bliss that still only earned her a two-and-a-half count.

An epic temper tantrum ensued, yet Bliss still held the narrowest of advantages, exploiting the injured shoulder to break up a Bank Statement.

The Boss responded by locking her in a second one, using the full scope of her strength to keep Bliss a fingertip away from the ropes — a distance, as it turns out, that was enough to make Bliss finally submit, bringing her title reign to an end.

The now-former champion was left to slink away in shock, while a drained Banks simply stayed in the ring for a moment to savor the win.

It was a long, hard, occasionally impossible road, but give this to her: She made it back to the mountaintop, and there’s definitely one person who’ll have a hug waiting for her.

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PostSubject: Re: Summer Slam - Full Results   Sat 26 Aug - 16:53

“The Demon” Finn Bálor def. Bray Wyatt




BROOKLYN, N.Y.  — The Demon descended on Brooklyn once again, making SummerSlam his infernal playground, as Finn Bálor vanquished Bray Wyatt in a battle of WWE’s most unsettling Superstars.

The fireflies were out in full force as The Eater of Worlds entered the sold-out Barclays Center, but Brooklyn came alive when The Demon emerged from the depths of Hell to enter battle with Wyatt.

Bálor unleashed his rage at the opening bell rang, leaving The Eater of Worlds unsure of what to make of his demonic rival.

The Demon took firm control of the bout in its opening moments, letting out an aggression unlike anything the WWE Universe had ever seen from Bálor.

Wyatt turned the tables by planting Bálor into the arena floor with a devastating slam, then exerted his will and bore down on the former Universal Champion.

However, the viscous, acidic liquid that Wyatt covered Bálor in on Raw woke something up deep within the Irishman.

When Wyatt went into his unsettling spider walk and approached his downed foe, The Demon leapt to his feet and let out a primal battle cry.

That roar spelt the end for The Eater of Worlds, as Bálor kicked into another gear, steamrolling over Wyatt and scaling the ropes to cave Wyatt’s chest in with a vicious Coup de Grace.

Wyatt may have had the upper hand in mind games ahead of SummerSlam, but when he stood across the ring from The Demon at The Biggest Event of The Summer, The Demon stood tall in all his hellish glory.

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PostSubject: Re: Summer Slam - Full Results   Sat 26 Aug - 16:57

Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins def. Cesaro & Sheamus to become the new Raw Tag Team Champions



BROOKLYN, N.Y. — Believe this: Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins, brothers-turned-rivals and back, reformed their alliance and burned down “The Bar,” defeating Cesaro & Sheamus in Brooklyn’s Barclays Center to become the new Raw Tag Team Champions.

Yes, this really happened.
Not only did The Lunatic Fringe successfully win tag team gold with the man he once vowed to hunt to the ends of the Earth, but the two reunited Shield-mates knocked off one of the most imposing tandems in WWE to do it.

Cesaro & Sheamus held an undeniable early advantage over the challengers, bullying them around the ring and employing a tag team strategy that was all but ironclad.

The Swiss Cyborg knocked Ambrose off the apron into the path of a waiting Brogue Kick, while Sheamus joined in with his partner to smash Rollins hip-first onto the arena floor.

With The Lunatic Fringe briefly kayoed, Sheamus metaphorically tore Rollins to pieces, while Cesaro leapt over the outside barricade and literally tore apart a beach ball that had been making its way through the capacity crowd.

Even though Ambrose roused to life and helped get his team back in the match, “The Bar” held a narrow advantage by the skin of their fingertips.

Ambrose & Rollins got more and more innovative, but the titles remained just beyond their reach, usually because either Cesaro or Sheamus saved the other from disaster.

(The King of Swing had the biggest save of all, bailing Sheamus out of a potential double powerbomb.)

Now, it was Ambrose who found himself isolated and trapped in Cesaro’s Sharpshooter after Sheamus flattened Rollins with a rolling senton to the outside.

The champs took full advantage of the two-on-one, hitting a top-rope clothesline-powerbomb combo and landing a cheap shot after a brief distraction of the referee.

This wasn’t exactly overwhelming to The Lunatic Fringe, who all but dared the champions to hit him with their best shot.

So, they did, setting him up for a double-team White Noise variation.
But the move never hit home.

Rollins repaid Ambrose’s earlier assault and rose to life, connecting with a springboard hurricanrana that hurled Cesaro into his partner, then superkicking both champs and blasting the legal man Sheamus with his ripcord knee to the face.

Ambrose provided the finishing touch to The Alabaster Gladiator, hitting Dirty Deeds to break “The Bar” and win the Raw Tag Team Titles.

Given that the new titleholders celebrated their win with the old-school Shield fist bump, allow us to sum it up in the only way that feels appropriate: “November, Echo, Whiskey, Charlie, Hotel, Alpha, Mike, Papa, Sierra.”

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PostSubject: Re: Summer Slam - Full Results   Sat 26 Aug - 17:02

United States Champion AJ Styles def. Kevin Owens (Special Guest Referee Shane McMahon)



BROOKLYN, N.Y. — Special guest referee Shane McMahon made the consequences of either AJ Styles or Kevin Owens putting their hands on him perfectly clear ahead of their United States Title Match at SummerSlam.

However, a furious Owens disregarded the warning and paid for it, as Styles left the sold-out Barclays Center with his star-spangled title in tow.

From the onset, Shane’s job as special guest referee was not an easy one; he was forced to pull Styles and Owens off each other before the bell even rang to start the match, then had to corral them back in the ring.

The two competitors went right after each other, with Owens resorting to underhanded tactics like going after Styles’ throat to gain the upper hand.

Owens continued his punishment of The Phenomenal One even while criticizing the job McMahon was doing as referee, accusing SmackDown LIVE’s Commissioner of being out of position on several occasions.

Styles refused to give in and eventually battled back to his feet, trading blows with Owens and planting him into the canvas with a devastating slam.

Perhaps seeing his United States Championship opportunity slipping out of his grasp, Owens used McMahon to his advantage, first shoving Shane into the ropes to knock Styles off the top, then pulling the Commissioner into the way of The Phenomenal One’s springboard 450 Splash.

Styles collided with Shane-O-Mac again when Owens kicked the champion off him, thereby knocking Shane out of the ring.

That proved to be a pivotal moment, as The Phenomenal One locked on the painful Calf Crusher and forced Owens to tap out, but McMahon was dazed outside the ring and did not see it.

An infuriated Styles accosted McMahon, but turned his attention back toward his challenger, eventually connecting with the Styles Clash.

Owens survived and ducked a Phenomenal Forearm, then planted Styles with a Pop-up Powerbomb for what he thought was a three-count.

He did not see Styles get his foot on the bottom rope, but Shane did, just as his hand hit the mat a third time.

McMahon immediately waved off the count and notified Owens, who furiously shoved the official.
Having made the consequences of such an action well known to both Superstars ahead of SummerSlam, Shane-O-Mac shoved KO back, right into the waiting arms of Styles, who connected with a Phenomenal Forearm and an earth-shaking Styles Clash to retain his title.

Though Styles feels he may have decisively defeated Owens once and for all, The Prizefighter will no doubt continue to believe there is a conspiracy to keep the United States Title away from him.

Just how the SmackDown LIVE Commissioner chooses to deal with that on SmackDown LIVE will certainly have lasting repercussions for Team Blue.

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PostSubject: Re: Summer Slam - Full Results   Sat 26 Aug - 17:04

WWE Champion Jinder Mahal def. Shinsuke Nakamura



BROOKLYN, N.Y. — For all the talk of Shinsuke Nakamura being an artist, it was Jinder Mahal who painted his masterpiece in Brooklyn, knocking off The King of Strong Style to retain the WWE Championship that has become as much a part of his DNA as his Punjabi heritage.

Which isn’t to say that WWE’s Rockstar was a deer in headlights in the biggest match of his career to date.

In fact, if not for Samir and Sunil Singh, we might have a new champion, as Nakamura showed from the start of the bout that his unorthodox finesse was more than up to the task of matching The Modern Day Maharaja’s power.

It didn’t hurt that he wormed his way into Mahal’s head early on, forcing the champion to charge headlong into some strong style elbows and knees.

He did not, however, account for The Singh Brothers, who first made themselves known by distracting Nakamura to hand Mahal his first advantage of the contest.

What Mahal’s strategy lacked in subtlety, it made up for in effect: Tremendous stomps to Nakamura’s sternum and half-nelson chinlocks that threatened to turn The King of Strong Style into a human knot.

Nakamura eventually created enough separation to answer with kicks, kicks and more kicks, plus some jumping knees to the chest.

When Mahal again attempted to use his power, Nakamura transitioned to a triangle hold and suplex facebuster to cut him off.

Even after Nakamura missed a Kinshasa attempt, Mahal found himself unable to put the bout away, suffering a Kinshasa to the back of his head when he missed a charge into the post.

As The King of Strong Style prepared to administer his signature knee one final time, The Singh Brothers again interfered, climbing onto the apron.

This time, Nakamura left nothing to chance, obliterating the two brothers with elbows, kicks and Kinshasas while, unbeknownst to him, Mahal recovered.

With The Singhs dispatched, the champion snuck behind Nakamura, locked in the Cobra Clutch, and executed the Khallas to retain his title.

While the WWE Universe reacted in a mix of shock, despair and revulsion, Mahal reveled in his latest ill-gotten if no less biding victory, leaving the Brooklyn faithful to reconcile with one simple fact: The Nakamura Dynasty may yet begin, but the sun has not set on The Maharaja’s modern day.

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PostSubject: Re: Summer Slam - Full Results   Sat 26 Aug - 17:07

Universal Champion Brock Lesnar def. Roman Reigns, Samoa Joe and Braun Strowman (Fatal 4-Way Match)



BROOKLYN, N.Y. — Brock Lesnar isn’t going away anytime soon, though not for lack of trying on the part of Roman Reigns, Samoa Joe and especially Braun Strowman.

In a match where The Beast Incarnate staked nothing less than his WWE future on the outcome, the reigning, defending, undisputed Universal Champion defeated his three opponents to retain his title in a SummerSlam Fatal 4-Way that all but reduced the Barclays Center to a smoldering crater at the corner of Atlantic and Flatbush.

While each Superstar was a destroyer in his own right, the four competitors picked a certain strategy throughout the course of the demolition-derby contest.

Reigns played offense, dishing out Superman Punches and Spears at will, including one that plowed Lesnar through the barricade in the early goings of the match.

Joe played spoiler, largely appearing whenever there was a weakened, staggered or otherwise compromised opponent ripe for his near-inescapable Coquina Clutch submission hold.

Lesnar, who didn’t necessarily need to be involved in the conclusion of the match to lose his title, was left to play defense, fighting through onslaughts from his three opponents to stay in the eye of the storm at all times.

Then there was Strowman who, for lack of a better term, played the role of one-man wrecking crew, focusing most of his efforts on the champion himself.

In a ploy to remove The Beast from the equation, The Monster Among Men put Lesnar through not one, but two of the ringside announce tables, then tipped a third on top of The Conqueror, leading ringside officials to carry Brock out on a stretcher.

(A wailing Paul Heyman was on the verge of needing one in his own right as his client was carted away.)

Strowman, whose ear was bloodied after Reigns hit him with the steel steps, couldn’t quite close out against the two Samoans, despite breaking up a Coquina Clutch that nearly put The Big Dog to sleep.

Had it stayed between those three, The Monster Among Men might have pulled out the win, but Lesnar wasn’t finished with him.

The Anomaly stormed back over the frantic, if ineffective, objections of WWE officials to turn the bout into a proverbial race to the finish, with each Superstar jockeying for position in brutal fashion.

Reigns Superman Punched everything on two feet that wasn’t wearing a referee shirt and Speared Lesnar, only to suffer the brunt of a Coquina Clutch that was broken up, again, by Strowman.

The Monster Among Men executed a Running Powerslam that would have gone for three had Brock not pulled the ref out of the ring. Lesnar, as he did before, countered Joe’s Coquina Clutch with an F-5, and Reigns broke up the three-count, finally bringing The Beast to the edge with a trifecta of Superman Punches.

Yet, when he revved up for a potential final Spear, Lesnar hoisted him for a sudden-strike F-5 that ended the match in as brutal and abrupt a fashion as it began.

So, Brock Lesnar remains champion. Braun Strowman and Samoa Joe are left to lick their wounds.
Roman Reigns comes up short.

And the rest of us are left to ponder the biggest question of all: If these three can’t defeat Brock Lesnar, who on Earth can?

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