In this WWE Network exclusive, the WWE Universe was given a pretty damn card, even if they to wake up at 5:30 am if they lived in New York. When part-timer like Chris Jericho and Brock Lesnar are performing, you know you should be in for a good one and they didn't disappoint. Here are the results from the big show, which actually featured some matches that were relevant to storylines!
This one was a great match with a slightly surprising ending, as we figured that Jericho would put Neville over, like he's done with other Superstars at house shows. However, the fans were going nuts for Jericho from the start, so it was a solid way to open the show and please the crowd. On top of that, it was an excellently worked match.
Winner: Chris Jericho by Submission
This was one of the better Divas matches in recent memory. It still wasn't a classic, but the exchanges between these three were fast and furious. The match ended with Nikki retaining the title, but the Divas proving that they can be valuable assets to the show.
Winner: Nikki Bella by Pinfall
This match was only a couple of minutes, but it was exactly what he wanted to see out of Brock. They gave Kofi no time to mount any offense against Brock, as he hit a couple of dropkicks before visiting Suplex city and getting F-5'd...twice. Then he F-5'd the rest of New Day. Fun stuff.
Winner: Brock Lesnar by Pinfall
The result of this match had been rumored and could be seen from a mile away so that Kevin Owens could focus on his feud with John Cena, but that didn't take away from the exciting match and the great finish. Balor won clean with the Coup de Grace and was congratulated by Japanese legend and WWE Hall of Famer Tatsumi Fujinami after the match. It had a big match feel and really helped to further enhance the NXT brand. Well done by everyone here. The only complaint we can have about this match is that it should've ended the card.
Winner: Finn Balor by Pinfall
This match was sadly the worst on the live card. Maybe we didn't enjoy it due to the fact that we knew this shouldn't have been the main event and secretly resented them for it, but it just didn't live up to the standard of the rest of the event. However, this wasn't the worst worked match of all time and they were some decent aspects to the match, like Kane actually acting like Kane and Dolph Ziggler terrifically selling everything.
Winner: John Cena and Dolph Ziggler by Pinfall
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