• WWE Live Event Results From Charleston, West Virginia – Roman Reigns Gets A New Tag Team Partner
The WWE RAW brand held a Live Event last night in Charleston, West Virginia and the main event saw “The Big Dog” Roman Reigns get a new partner.
Usually during these live event matches, Reigns used to team up with Seth Rollins to face the team of Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre as of late. However, Rollins didn’t work this live event this led to “The Glorious” Bobby Roode replacing Rollins as Reigns’ new tag team partner for the night.
This Live Event also featured some Extreme Rules 2018 PPV matches. Below are the results:
– Finn Balor def. Constable Baron Corbin
– Elias & Jinder Mahal def. Heath Slater & Rhyno, The Revival & Titus Worldwide
– No Way Jose def. Curt Hawkins
– Bayley, Natalya & Ember Moon def. Mickie James, Liv Morgan & Sarah Logan
– RAW Tag Team Championship Match: The Deleters of Worlds (WOKEN Matt Hardy & Bray Wyatt) (c) def. The B-Team (Curtis Axel & Bo Dallas) to retain the Titles.
– Mr. Money In The Bank Braun Strowman def. Kevin Owens
– Chad Gable def. Mike Kanellis (Mike then demanded another opponent after the match and Bobby Lashley answered his call)
– Bobby Lashley def. Mike Kanellis
– RAW Women’s Championship Match: Alexa Bliss (c) def. Sasha Banks & Nia Jax to retain the Title.
– Roman Reigns & Bobby Roode def. Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre
• Jeff Hardy Reveals Why He Stopped Doing Swanton Bombs At WWE Live Events
WWE United States Champion Jeff Hardy was recently interviewed by CantonRep. He told them about how his lower back has been bothering him and that’s the reason why he stopped doing Swanton Bombs at WWE Live Events.
“The toll has been rough at times. Lately, my lower back has really been bothering me to the point where I haven’t been doing the Swanton as much in the live events just to protect it. I think looking forward I’m gonna have to be more like that, because nothing lasts forever.”
Hardy expressed happiness over the fact that he could still work his daredevil style without any career ending injuries:
“I’ve been real lucky, and naturally on TV I always want to go all out, but in the live events, I might have to hold back a little. I’m glad my face paint has come back. That’s always fun for people to see, because it’s original and unique each and every night, and I love doing that. Growing up I was a huge fan of Ultimate Warrior and Sting, and I wanted to be a little bit of both of them.”