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WWE SmackDown Season Premiere Results – Braun Strowman Taps Out, Roman Reigns & Jey Uso Fight

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• WWE SmackDown Season Premiere Results – Braun Strowman Taps Out, Roman Reigns & Jey Uso Fight

Below are the results from tonight’s post-Draft edition of SmackDown:

– Triple H & Stephanie McMahon welcomed the new SmackDown wrestlers and a brawl broke out among the wrestlers

– Lars Sullivan def. Jeff Hardy

– The New Day (Big E and RAW Tag Team Champions Kofi Kingston & Xavier Woods) def. Sheamus, Cesaro, & Shinsuke Nakamura in their Farewell match

– Otis shoved Intercontinental Champion Sami Zayn after Sami mocked him for losing Tucker & Mandy Rose to RAW

– Seth Rollins interrupted Daniel Bryan’s return and asked if he wants to be on his side. Bryan said Rollins’ plan is dumb and want no part of it. This leads to a fight between them. Rollins tries to leave, but got cornered by Dominik & Rey Mysterio. Murphy then came out and attacked Rollins. Murphy then offered a handshake to Rey

– The Street Profits (c) vs. Dolph Ziggler & Robert Roode for the SmackDown Tag Team Championship ended in a DQ

– During a contract signing segment for a Hell in a Cell match for the SmackDown Women’s Championship, Bayley decided to not sign the contract

– Roman Reigns (c) def. Braun Strowman via Submission (Guillotine Choke) to retain the Universal Championship (Goldberg, Mark Henry, and Keith Lee were watching on the WWE ThunderDome screen)

– Jey Uso came out after the main event match, and Reigns told him to watch carefully as he speared Strowman. Reigns then beat up Strowman with a Steel Chair as he told Jey if he can do this to Strowman, imagine what’s he’s going to do to him at Hell In A Cell.

Reigns then passed the chair to Jey and told him to swing it. Jey can’t, but then slapped Reigns & Superkicked him. Jey then attacked Reigns with a Steel Chair, and referees came in to separate them. Reigns then laid out Jey with a Superman Punch to end the show.

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• Former WWF Royal Rumble Entrant Celebrates His Birthday

Japanese Wrestling Legend Takao Omori celebrates his 51st birthday today.

Since his career started in the early 90s, Takao Omori wrestled for several Japanese promotions, such as All Japan Pro Wrestling, New Japan Pro Wrestling, Zero1 and Pro Wrestling Noah.

The North-American old school wrestling fans only remember him from the ‘WWF Royal Rumble 1996’ PPV, where he was an entrant in the 30-man Royal Rumble match, but was eliminated by old school WWF Legend Jake “The Snake” Roberts.

He’s still not retired yet and is still wrestling on a regular basis these days.


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