As the alliance between the pair was made official, daniel Bryan came into the rescue of Roman Reigns on SmackDown.
A thing of the uneasy truce has existed between Bryan and Reigns lately when he burst on the scene to stop a three-on-one attack on the 43,, but the latter seemingly confirmed his personality shift.
When Baron Corbin chose him out with a 23, reigns had been going to defeat Intercontinental champion Shinsuke Nakamura within their name match and Sami Zayn combined to place a beating.
That brought out Bryan, who aided Reigns run the heel trio and later made a tag team for a match against Nakamura along with Corbin.
That competition included the destruction of a barrier and was a chaotic affair and finally Bryan ensured the triumph, pinning Nakamura before observing Reigns, truly confirmed and their union well.
Nikki Cross wins title shot
SmackDown women’s winner Bayley was about the series to describe her actions of the prior week, stating she has had enough of this one-way nature of her relationship with the lovers until quoting Vince McMahon:”Life sucks, then you die.”
Bayley then took her chair at ringside to watch a six-pack for a shot at her title unfold as battle was commenced by a SmackDown sextet.
The Nikki Cross of scotland prevailed, pinning Mandy Rose following a neckbreaker following the rest of the field had wiped each other out.
Strowman makes his point
Drew Gulak, as the self-proclaimed’most eminent battle sports historian around the roster’ even went to the trouble of placing them into a Power Point demonstration, and had some words of advice for Braun Strowman ahead of his Crown Jewel match against Tyson Fury.
But the Monster Among Men was not interested in such guidance and rather piled on the power moves in a competition against the prior Cruiserweight winner.
Gulak is going to be unlikely to provide up any penetration in the future in this encounter, which finished with a running powerslam, is anything to go by.