WWE SummerSlam Results (7/30) R- Last Man Standing Match

Cobertura en vivo de WWE SummerSlam (7/30)

Welcome to our smackwrestling.com live WWE SummerSlam viewing party. Tonight’s event is broadcasting live from the Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennesse.

Eight matches were being promoted for tonight’s show.

  • Undisputed WWE Universal Championship ‘Last Man Standing’ Match – Brock Lesnar vs. Roman Reigns (c)
  • “Raw” Women’s Championship Match – Becky Lynch vs. Bianca Belair (c)
  • “SmackDown” Women’s Championship Match – Ronda Rousey vs. Liv Morgan (c)
  • Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship Match (Special Guest Referee: Jeff Jarrett) – The Street Profits vs. The Usos (c)
  • WWE United States Championship Match – Theory vs. Bobby Lashley (c)
  • Logan Paul vs. The Miz
  • Pat McAfee vs. Pleased Corbin
  • No Disqualification Match – The Mysterios (Rey & Dominik Mysterio) vs. The Judgment Day (Damian Priest & Finn Balor)

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“Raw” Women’s Championship Match – Becky Lynch vs. Bianca Belair (c)

The 2 women lock up early on here, with Bianca Belair getting one of the best of the situation from the beginning, and she or he then showcases her agility by flipping away from the challenger until Becky Lynch captures her in mid-air and slams Belair right down to the mat. Big Time Becks quickly follows that by working the arm of Belair, including slamming it onto the second rope.

Belair responds well with a dropkick and a standing moonsault, which gets her a near fall as Lynch heads outside the ring. Belair follows and hits a KOD that leaves Lynch hanging into the timekeeper’s booth, but she responds by holding the arm which she yanks down over the barricade.

Back contained in the ring, Lynch connects with the Beckspolder, but as she looks for an additional the champion fights out. Lynch looks for the ankle which Belair avoids, but that enables the challenger to look in a novel submission as a substitute. But, with Belair hung up on the center rope, Lynch tries to dive right down to add an attack, just for Belair to reverse with a powerbomb that drove Becky down.

Lynch immediately fights Belair back out of the ring, but as she dives out, Bianca catches her, dropping Lynch onto the ring apron. Following that Belair launches her challenge into the ring post, following up with a suplex. Belair then attempts to lift Lynch but she gets out of it, responding with a stunner which gets a near fall.

Lynch then holds onto Belair’s braid and attempts to bounce off the ropes and hit a hurricanrana, but Belair reverses and throws Lynch across the ring. She looks for KOD after this but Lynch grabs the ropes after which attempts to lock within the Dis-Arm-Her, but Belair crawls out of the ring. Becky keeps hold of her for this, but once they get outside of the ring the champion hits the KOD, just for Lynch to only beat the ten count.

Back contained in the ring, Belair looks for an additional KOD, but Lynch denies it only to be spiked into the ring. The champion then heads to the highest rope, but Lynch joins her, after which pulls her down via the braid to hit the Manhandle Slam, but Belair just kicks out!

Belair finally ends up going for a number of roll-up pinfalls, but they find yourself on the highest turnbuckle where Lynch goes for a Manhandle Slam, however the champion hits an enormous Spanish Fly! Belair quickly follows that up with one other KOD, and here she is capable of retain the title, avenging her SummerSlam 2021 match.

Winner (and still champion): Bianca Belair 

– After the match, Lynch offers her hand to Belair and the 2 of them shake and show their respect for one another. But, Belair doesn’t must wait long to search out out who her next challenger could be…because BAYLEY IS HERE! The 4 Horsewomen star has made her return…but so has DAKOTA KAI!!! The 2 women seem like on the identical page…but they’re not alone. Io Shirai is here as well!!!

All three women then head to the ring, but then Lynch returns and squares off against them alongside Belair. Bayley decides to back off, and her teammates retreat along with her.

Logan Paul vs. The Miz w/Ciampa & Maryse 

The Miz starts out confidently, taking Logan Paul down as he then tries to cover himself, while Miz just gently kicks him within the face to indicate some mind games. Paul fights back with a fireman’s carry, and he then does the very same to Miz along with his kick, showing he can do regardless of the WWE star does.

Paul then fires Miz to the surface and hits a moonsault from the ring apron to take his opponent down once more, but after they get back into the ring, Miz turns things around by hitting a double knee attack to the chest of Paul within the corner, after which just beats down on his former partner.

Paul then unloads with a number of big right hands, after which connects with a blockbuster, he then hits a back elbow and a running powerslam, but Miz was capable of kick out. He follows up by hitting his own version of the It Kicks, after which he takes down his opponent with a chop block, before locking within the Figure 4.

While Miz is capable of escape, Paul connects with a crossbody straight right into a standing moonsault as he continues to dominate, but the previous WWE Champion kicks out once more. He follows up with a giant boot, after which Ciampa almost hits Paul but he gets caught after which ejected from ringside.

Ciampa refuses, sitting down on a chair, but AJ Styles’ music then hits, and he appears from the group and starts brawling with Ciampa to send him to the back. Paul then hits a Phenomenal Forearm of his own, but Miz is capable of kick out from it. Paul then sets Miz up on the announce table, but Maryse tries to distract him, but it surely doesn’t work and he sends Miz crashing through the announce table with a Frog Splash!

Contained in the ring, Paul has it won but Maryse distracts the referee, Miz then tries to hit Paul with a card he has, but he reverses, hits a Skull Crushing Finale and wins.

Winner: Logan Paul

United States Championship Match – Theory vs. Bobby Lashley (c)

Theory takes the fight to Bobby Lashley immediately, getting the jump on the champion, but he responds well with a few elbows as he then plants Theory to the mat. He then grabs the Money In The Bank briefcase to seemingly get away, however the All Mighty has other ideas.

He launches Theory into the barricade several times, showcasing that he has no plans on letting his opponent wriggle out of here. Back contained in the ring Theory hits a dropkick, but he’s then dropped himself by a flatliner. The 2 men then start trading blows, and Theory does hit an excellent elbow, but Lashley’s power is just too much as he lifts up Theory for a running powerslam.

Lashley then looks for a Spear, but Theory leapfrog it and he crashes and burns within the corner. He then rolls back into the ring for a dropkick, but Lashley plucks him out of mid-air, setting within the Hurt Lock for the victory.

Winner (and still champion): Bobby Lashley

No Disqualification Match – Judgment Day vs. The Mysterios 

The 4 men immediately go to battle here, wasting no time after they’re all contained in the ring to begin brawling, but it surely is Judgment Day who win that first test. They pose together, but that enables Rey Mysterio to fight back with several strikes because the heels are dumped outside the ring. Rey then holds up the second rope, allowing his son to hit a suicide dive through that.

This then gets set in a conventional tag team style (despite it being a No DQ match), and it’s Finn Balor and Dominik Mysterio that go to battle, with Balor taking control. Priest then tags in and he continues along with his aggression, and so they make frequent tags as Balor comes back in and hits several chops as they proceed to isolate Dom.

Dom fights back though, dropping Balor with a neckbreaker, and he’s then capable of tag Rey in, who immediately takes down Priest with an aerial move. Priest misses wildly within the corner, and that enables Mysterio to hit a seated senton after which a dropkick as he gets things going. Balor tries to usher in a chair but Rey stops that, and he then slides out of the ring with the weapon, landing on Finn.

Rey then sits Priest for a 619 but Balor tags in and nails him with a clothesline. He then connects with the shotgun dropkick and appears for his finisher, but Dominik holds his foot, and that enables Rey to go up and join Finn on the highest rope to hit a hurricanrana from there, almost getting the win until Priest breaks it up.

The Mysterio’s then work together to set their opponents up for a 619, but as they hit the ropes Rhea Ripley pulls their legs to stop it. Priest then connects with the Sound Of Heaven, but then the lights exit and Edge is here!!! He heads to the ring and drops Priest with a giant boot before Spearing Balor, after which Spearing Priest as well!

Edge sets up Balor for the classic 619, which each Mysterios hit, and it’s over.

Winners: Rey & Dominik Mysterio 

Pat McAfee vs. Pleased Corbin

Pat McAfee gets the mind games began earlier on here as he has a choir singing “bumbass Corbin,” to his opponent before this one gets began. When the match starts Corbin shoves his opponent, but McAfee responds with a superkick after which a hurricanrana from the highest rope as he then sends Corbin out of the ring.

McAfee then sends Corbin into the ring post, then he sets him up on the highest rope but Corbin pushes him down after which hits an enormous dropkick. He continues to dominate, sending McAfee crashing into the barricade outside the ring several times, after which back contained in the ring he connects with Deep Six, but McAfee kicks out.

Corbin then tries to slip under the ring post, but McAfee has it scouted and kicks him within the face, after which leaps excessive rope to take down Corbin. The brawl continues and Corbin launches McAfee into the announce table as Corbin talks trash to Michael Cole, and he then gets on the microphone and commentator while he beats up Pat, eventually getting his hands on Cole and shoving him down.

Corbin heads to the highest rope but McAfee leaps up and joins him, nailing a superplex, but Corbin kicks out. Pleased then charges into the corner, but McAfee avoids it as the large man crashes into the ring post, the commentator then gets to the highest rope and slips, but he continues to be capable of hit a Swanton to the surface.

Back within the ring and Corbin goals for a End Of Days but McAfee reverses, pushing Corbin who hits Charles Robinson, which allows Pat to nail an enormous low blow. He then leaps off the second rope, flipping Corbin with a sunset flip to earn a victory.

Winner: Pat McAfee

– Drew McIntyre then appears and talks about his love for Nashville as he then says he and Sheamus went to war on “SmackDown.” Drew says it was price it, as he has the shot on the championship and he then jokes concerning the undeniable fact that Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar have wrestled one another so persistently before.

He says the predominant event will probably be a battle, but at Clash At The Castle, he’ll beat that ass and take the titles.

Undisputed Tag Team Championship Match (Jeff Jarrett Special Guest Referee): The Street Profits vs. The Usos (c)

Aneglo Dawkins gets this one began with Jimmy Uso, but he goes past the dive count and Jeff Jarrett pulls him back, when he then does to Dawkins. Jimmy then continues his attack within the corner, showcasing the aggressive side as Jarett continues to attempt to prove he’s unbiased on this one.

Jimmy then takes a page out of Rikishi’s book along with his hip attack within the corner, but then each teams make the tag and Montez Ford starts lighting up his opponent with some sharp kicks before planting Jey down after which hitting a standing moonsault, but Jey kicks out. Ford connects with a blockbuster but it surely doesn’t get the job done, and Jey fires back with an enormous neck breaker, catching Ford in mid-air with the move.

The Usos then attempt to work together but Ford pulls down the ropes and so they fall outside as Dawkins then leaps excessive rope to wipe them each out. Back contained in the ring, he hits a spinning neckbreaker, but that isn’t enough to get the job done. The Street Profits then hit a pounce right into a suplex, with the challengers working together perfect as Ford is now the legal man.

Jimmy manages to tag in though after Jey takes down Dawkins, but as he hits the Frog Splash, the challenger is the one who has to kick out to maintain this alive. The Usos then connect with a double splash, but Ford breaks this up on the last second! Jimmy then looks for a superkick and it almost hits Jeff Jarrett, but he catches it after which pushes the leg which allows the challengers to take him down, with Ford coming in to hit a Frog Splash, but it surely’s not enough as Jimmy kicks out!

Ford tries to then dive outside the ring, but The Usos nail a double superkick to stop that, and Dawkins then runs into that as well. Back contained in the ring, Dawkins is taken out with the 1D, and so they’re capable of retain the titles.

Winners (and still Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions): The Usos

– A video package airs for Charlotte Flair

– Riddle then appears from the audience and gets into the ring, and he says he isn’t medically cleared to compete tonight as he tells the safety to shut up. He says he doesn’t take crap from anybody, including Seth Rollins, and he calls him out immediately. Despite the very fact they’ve WWE authority figures attempting to break them up, the 2 men start brawling and hit the ring to do battle.

Seth takes advantage though and he lays out Riddle with a Stomp because the officials attempt to send him to the back.

“SmackDown” Women’s Championship Match – Ronda Rousey vs. Liv Morgan (c)

Ronda Rousey starts out strong on this one, taking the fight to the champion, and she or he connects with an excellent knee strike, however the champion fights back with a Codebreaker as she then tries to set in her finisher but Rousey denies it. She begins working a submission, and while Morgan reverses and sets one in herself, Rousey lifts her up.

Despite being the one on top of things, Morgan connects with the crucifix driver, almost getting the victory. Rousey then sets within the Armbar, but Morgan is capable of get her foot on the ropes to interrupt it up. Once more the challenger sets the move in, and yet again the champion is capable of escape it by reaching the underside rope, and this results in the medical trainer being brought across to envision on her.

Ronda puts on the move yet again, but Morgan turns things around by pinning Rousey while she isn’t noticing, yet at the identical time Morgan appears to tap out from the Armbar. Despite the undeniable fact that each of the ladies appeared to lose at the identical time, the result’s given in Morgan’s favor.

Winner (and still “SmackDown” Women’s Champion): Liv Morgan

– After the match, Ronda Rousey complains to the official, and she or he takes down Morgan again with the armbar, and because the official tries to interrupt it up, he gets put within the armbar as well.

Kane is then shown within the ring to announce tonight’s attendance.

Undisputed WWE Universal Championship Last Man Standing Match – Brock Lesnar vs. Roman Reigns

Brock Lesnar drives a tractor to the ring, and he is available in by jumping down from the front end of the vehicle itself as he stares down the champion. Lesnar launches himself off the tractor to attack Roman, and so they get this one going immediately with Brock throwing the Tribal Chief across the ringside area.

Brock then grabs Roman while on top of the steel stairs as he launches his opponent across the ring with a suplex, and he then dumps Roman over the barricade. The 2 then brawl on the steel that helps hold the LED across the ring up, as Roman is thrown into it after which launches into the cameraman before being thrown back to the ringside area as he connects with one other German suplex.

Paul Heyman then comes across and begs Brock after he puts a table together, but that works as Reigns is then capable of hit a Samoan Drop that puts Brock through the table. Roman then sets up a table, and he drops Lesnar through that one as well, with the count then starting once more.

Contained in the ring, Reigns hits a few Superman Punches, and he follows it with a Spear because the count once more begins. He answers the count after which hits an F5, following it up by dumping Roman out of the ring, and Roman then gets sent through one half of the broken table.

Lesnar gets himself back on the tractor though, bringing down the front end as he then grabs the broken piece of the table to smash into the face of the champion. He then drags Roman and dumps him into the frontloader, lifting him up way above the ring as he then dumps him back down with a thud.

That doesn’t get the job done, so Lesnar takes Roman to suplex city contained in the ring, however the Tribal Chief still makes it to his feet, only to be dropped with one other F5, and this time he barely makes the count. Lesnar then looks for an additional F5, but Roman reverses it and locks within the Guillotine submission, but he gets out after which sets within the Kimura Lock, which ends up in Roman passing out.

Lesnar then gets behind the tractor again, and he shoves the ring across the ground, and he then puts it underneath and lifts one corner of the ring all the way in which into the air, which ends up in Reigns flying out of the ring! While he gets to his feet, The Usos then appear, which the Beast is capable of cope with, launching them each across the ringside area.

Heyman then tells Brock that’s enough, he gives Lesnar the titles and tells him to go away Roman alone. But Brock has other ideas, and he F5’s Heyman through the announce table but that enables Reigns to nail a Spear as each men are down!

With each men down, Theory makes his way right down to the ring along with his Money In The Bank briefcase, he smashes Roman with it, but before he cashes in Brock F5’s him onto the briefcase, after which The Usos take Lesnar down with a double superkick. He gets up once more after which gets destroyed by one other Spear, because the count begins once more, but he gets up again!

Roman then grabs the briefcase and starts beating down Lesnar with it repeatedly as he demands the count continues, yet he beats the count again. This time, Roman uses the title, smashing it into the pinnacle of Lesnar, with the Beast being taken down once more, and while he gets up, Roman hits him with the opposite title, and this time he starts covering him with different items comparable to the announce table and the steel stairs, and this time he cannot stand up.

Winner (and still Undisputed WWE Universal Champion): Roman Reigns 

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