Roman Reigns became the WWE Universal Champion as he speared his way to victory over Brock Lesnar. Reigns took advantage of Lesnar giving a beating to Braun Strowman outside the ring to land a match-winning spear when Lesnar re-entered the ring at Summerslam. Elsewhere on the car, Strowman himself made short work of Kevin Owens to gain the pinfall in their Money in the Bank briefcase match-up, while Seth Rollins defeated Dolph Ziggler to claim the Intercontinental Championship despite the best efforts of Drew McIntyre to push victory in Ziggler's direction. A disqualification brought the SmackDown Tag Team Championship bout to an end in favour of New Day as they went toe-to-toe with the Bludgeon Brothers. The highlight of the match came when Xavier Woods delivered a flying elbow from the top rope on to Harper who was lying outside the ring. There was another DQ in the AJ Styles-Samoa Joe fight when Styles took gave offence to Joe talking to Styles' family on the mic and made use of a … [Read more...] about Roman Reigns conquers Brock Lesnar at WWE Summerslam
Roman Reigns finally defeated Brock Lesnar to become Universal Champion and Ronda Rousey won gold at WWE SummerSlam. Time and time again The Big Dog had fallen to The Beast Incarnate with many fans not enamoured by the prospect of either as champion. Reigns' character has proved unpopular with large swathes of the audience and Brock rarely competes ahead of another UFC heavyweight title tilt. But WWE skilfully placated the crowd by having Braun Strowman promise to cash in his Money In The Bank contract immediately after the bout. As soon as the Monster Among Men had declared his intentions not to use the briefcase in a cowardly fashion, Roman ambushed the champion. In a frantic start he hit Lesnar with three Superman punches and three spears, then powered his way out of a guillotine choke and hit a spinebuster. He slammed him down to break the same hold, endured three German suplexes, then tried to spear the Beast again, only for him to wisely sidestep. Roman instead shot through the … [Read more...] about WWE SummerSlam results as Roman Reigns challenged Brock Lesnar
Bobby Lashley defeated Roman Reigns at WWE Extreme Rules to emerge as the next challenger for Universal Champion Brock Lesnar. The first-ever encounter between the pair was a hard-fought and fun brawl, but they had to win over a hostile crowd in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. A lot of fans are tired of Reigns' superhero character being forced down their throats and have started jeering or showing no interest in his matches. But he and Lashley grabbed their attention eventually, as Roman sent the former ECW World Champion crashing to the outside in a very hard fall. After surviving a Superman Punch, Lashley suplexed Reigns over the announce table, but he was left dazed after a second Superman Punch to the jaw. The arrogant Reigns took too long taunting his opponent and when he tried to spear Lashley, he was waiting with a spear of his own, for a huge victory. If WWE keep booking Lashley like 'The Destroyer', then fans will be excited to see him try and dethrone Lesnar, in a match over a … [Read more...] about WWE Extreme Rules 2018 results as Roman Reigns faced Bobby Lashley
Tensions were running high throughout this week's episode of Monday Night Raw on the last show before Extreme Rules. As the last Raw before the Extreme Rules pay-per-view this Sunday, we had our fair share of moments to sink our teeth into in anticipation for the event. The TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts hosted brawls, pinfalls and a main event worthy of pay-per-view quality itself, including the announcement of a late addition to the Extreme Rules card. Here are five things you missed if you didn’t see this week's edition of WWE Monday Night Raw. Roman Reigns and Bobby Lashley full out brawl Opening Raw, we see Roman Reigns walking to the ring backstage were he is stopped in his tracks by Bobby Lashley. Lashley confronts The Big Dog and suggests that he go to the ring and call him out, because if he does he’ll be coming to “tear him apart”. Reigns steps in the ring and does just that and we see the two bonafide superstars go for an all-out brawl just six … [Read more...] about WWE Raw: 5 things you may have missed as Roman Reigns and Bobby Lashley brawl
All eyes will be on Roman Reigns and Bobby Lashley on WWE Raw tonight ahead of their match at Extreme Rules. The pair teamed up last week to face The Revival, but the overconfident Reigns refused to tag in Lashley and paid the price. Roman was already battle-weary after earlier partnering Seth Rollins against Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre. Yet The Big Dog took a beating at the hands of the former NXT Tag Team Champions and was left battered and bruised by the 'Top Guys'. The Revival ultimately got themselves disqualified and when they continued the brutality after the bell Lashley turned his back on Reigns. Will they come to blows for the first time on Raw at the TD Garden in Boston, Massachussetts, ahead of this Sunday's pay-per-view? According to rumours, their showdown could well headline Extreme Rules, ahead of AJ Styles defending the WWE Championship against Rusev. One match yet to be confirmed for the show at the PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh, … [Read more...] about WWE Raw preview: Will Roman Reigns and Bobby Lashley collide?