• Results From Tonight’s 2nd WWE Live Event
As we noted earlier, WWE aired a Live Event in Madison Square Garden tonight.
WWE did one more Live Event tonight, which took place in Tampa, Florida.
It was announced that some WWE Superstars will not be a part of this event, due to the recent COVID-19 outbreak in the company, including Universal Champion Roman Reigns.
This doesn’t necessarily mean Roman tested positive, but WWE could be protecting him, given his past health history, and also to make sure he’s ready to perform on January 1 against Brock Lesnar.
Below are the results:
– Kofi Kingston def. Sami Zayn
– Xia Li def. Shotzi
– Ridge Holland def. Mansoor
– The Usos (c) def. Sheamus & Drew McIntyre to retain the SmackDown Tag Team Championship
– Cesaro & Ricochet def. The Viking Raiders and Los Lotharios in a Triple Threat Tag Team Match
– Happy Corbin def. Rick Boogs
– Charlotte Flair (c) def. Sasha Banks to retain the SmackDown Women’s Championship
– Sheamus def. Drew McIntyre in a Tampa Street Fight
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• WWF Celebrity Would Have Celebrated His Birthday
Today would have been the 100th birthday of Old School WrestleMania Celebrity Steve Allen.
Steve Allen was known as a multi-talent back in the 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s & 90s, when he worked as a radio host, an actor, a musician, a writer, a composer and a comedian.
Allen was one of the creators of the original “Tonight Show” on NBC in 1954.
He was featured in a backstage segment with The Bolsheviks during the WWF WrestleMania VI pay-per-view in the Skydome of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, where he was playing the piano.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY & REST IN PEACE
December 26, 1921 – October 30, 2000