• Roman Reigns & Brock Lesnar Get Physical On Tonight’s SmackDown
The Bloodline kicked off tonight’s SmackDown. The crowd in Madison Square Garden popped big for Universal Champion Roman Reigns.
Roman said when it comes to Sports Entertainment, WWE runs New York City. He then asked Paul Heyman who runs WWE, and Heyman said Roman runs it, and Roman then said he runs New York City and MSG, and the crowd popped!
Roman then told the crowd to Acknowledge Him and they did and chanted his name!
Brock Lesnar then came out and got in Roman’s face! Heyman questioned Lesnar why he’s going after Roman’s Title, and Lesnar asked Heyman why he didn’t tell Roman that he was going to be at SummerSlam.
Roman then got upset at Heyman and took his Title from him and left the ring.
Lesnar then asked Heyman to accept his challenge before Roman fires Heyman from his job. Heyman asked what challenge, and Lesnar said that he wants a match against Reigns for the Universal Title.
Heyman hesitated and this led to Lesnar picking Heyman up for the F5, but Reigns entered the ring and hit Lesnar with a Superman Punch and both Lesnar & Heyman went down.
The Usos tried to attack Lesnar as well, but Lesnar took both of them out. Reigns tried to attack again, but Lesnar picked him up for the F5, but Usos delivered superkicks to Lesnar and Reigns managed to escape.
Lesnar then took out Usos with German Suplexes and sent a big message to The Tribal Chief.
— WWE (@WWE) September 11, 2021
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (September 10, 1996) – Old School WWF Valet Passed Away
On this day in 1996, we lost Old School WWF Valet “Sweet” Sapphire (Real name: Juanita Wright) at the age of 61 due to a heart attack.
Sapphire used to be in “The American Dream” Dusty Rhodes’ corner as his valet in 1989 & 1990, before she sold out to the “The Million Dollar Man” Ted Dibiase at the WWF SummerSlam 1990 PPV.
Despite not being a trained pro wrestler, she wrestled Sensational Sherri on several house shows, as well as teaming with Dusty against Sherri & Randy Savage at WrestleMania VI.
After leaving the World Wrestling Federation in the fall of 1990, Sapphire lost any interest in the sport of professional wrestling.
† REST IN PEACE
October 24, 1934 – September 10, 1996