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Original Plan For The Finish Of Roman Reigns vs. Logan Paul

Roman Reigns defeats Logan Paul at WWE Crown Jewel 2022 WrestleFeed App

• Original Plan For The Finish Of Roman Reigns vs. Logan Paul

As seen in the main event of the WWE Crown Jewel 2022 premium live event in Saudi Arabia, Roman Reigns defeated Logan Paul to retain the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship.

The match saw interference from The Usos & Solo Sikoa and Logan’s friends and brother Jake Paul.

While The Bloodline didn’t touch Logan, it still can’t be considered a clean victory for Reigns because Logan was distracted as he dived on The Usos and then got taken out by Roman when he returned to the ring.

We are being told that the original plan for this match was to have Roman beat Logan clean, but plans got changed once Jake was brought in.

After Jake defeated UFC Legend Anderson Silva in a Boxing Match just a few days before the PLE, WWE wanted to capitalize on the buzz and wanted to get him involved – which resulted in Chief Content Officer Triple H booking the interference angle.

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On this day in 1988, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Prime Time Wrestling’.

This episode included pre-taped matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF Survivor Series 1988’ PPV.

Here is the card:

– Akeem vs. SD Jones (11/12/88; Philadelphia Spectrum)

– Harley Race vs. Alex Knight (11/16/88; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena)

– The Red Rooster vs. Ken Patera (11/5/88; Boston Garden)

– King Haku vs. Jim Brunzell (11/5/88; Boston Garden)

– The Blue Blazer vs. Danny Davis (11/12/88; Philadelphia Spectrum)

– Ted Dibiase vs. Tito Santana by DQ

OVP Live Review – WWF Prime Time Wrestling 11/22/88 from OVP Podcast on Vimeo.

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