WWE completed its first of two shows in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. The second one will happen on Friday, headlined by Triple H set to face Roman Reigns for the WWE Intercontinental Championship
Simon Brady of FW4Online.com was able to provide the matches and results. The show - which took place at Zayed Sports City International Tennis Stadium - saw two championships be put on the line, though none changed hands.
Finn Balor rekindled his rivalry with Bray Wyatt, and The Demon King won the match, delivering a drop kick to finish it. Perhaps this win will finally convince Vince McMahon that Balor is...over?
Enzo Amore also faced Kalisto - one again putting his Cruiserweight Championship on the line. The certified G and bonafide stud retained his title, though Brady said "the match was kind of boring."
Jason Jordan - who has started to receive the same fan treatment as Roman Reigns - defeated Elias - and apparently took selfies with some of the fans. Probably not good enough to make the general WWE Universe like him, though.
A battle of two giants took place, with Braun Strowman and Kane continuing their feud. The Monster Among Men won the match by disqualification, after being attacked with a chair by The Big Red Machine.
Apollo Crews and Titus O'Neil won a triple threat tag team match over Gallows & Anderson and Bo Dallas & Curtis Axel. Unsurprisingly, Alexa Bliss successfully defended her championship against Sasha Banks.
The final match saw The Shield defeat The Bar and Samoa Joe in a six-man tag team match. Brady called it the "best match of the night." After the match, Triple H told Reigns he was going to win the title, with Roman shooting back that it's his yard. Also, it was announced that Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins will face The Bar in a rematch on the second show.