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WWE Sunday Stunner Results – 2 Street Fights At 2 Live Events

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• WWE Sunday Stunner Results – 2 Street Fights At 2 Live Events

WWE held two “Sunday Stunner” live events last night. Below are the results

Fort Lauderdale Event

– SmackDown Women’s Champion Liv Morgan, Aliyah & Raquel Rodriguez def. Natalya, Shayna Baszler & Lacey Evans

– Shanky def. Jinder Mahal

– Drew Gulak def. Happy Corbin

– Madcap Moss def. Humberto Carillo

– The Usos (c) def. The New Day to retain the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship

– Max Dupri appeared with his Maximum Male Models – Mace & Mansoor

– Gunther (c) def. Ricochet to retain the Intercontinental Championship

– Drew McIntyre def. Ridge Holland in a Street Fight

Daytona Beach, Florida Event

– Alexa Bliss def. Doudrop

– Ciampa attacked AJ Styles in the locker room area

– Veer Mahaan def. Cedric Alexander

– AJ Styles def. Ciampa

– Bianca Belair (c) def. Carmella to retain the RAW Women’s Championship

– Street Profits & Ezekiel def. Alpha Academy & Mr. Money In The Bank Theory

– Omos def. R-Truth

– Dana Brooke (c) def. Nikki A.S.H. and Tamina in a Triple Threat Match to retain the 24/7 Championship

– The Mysterios (Dominik & Rey Mysterio) def. The Judgement Day (Finn Balor & Damian Priest) via DQ

– Riddle def. Seth Rollins in a Daytona Beach Street Fight

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• Old School WWF Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF Veteran Al Snow (Real name: Allen Sarven) celebrates his 59th birthday today.

After short stints in ECW & SMW, Al Snow joined the World Wrestling Federation in 1995, where he worked under a mask as “Avatar” & “Shinobi”, before he became “Leif Cassidy”, one half of ‘The New Rockers’ with his Tag Team partner Marty Jannetty, who was famous for teaming with Shawn Michaels from 1988 till 1991 as the original ‘Rockers’.

Shawn Michaels’ shoes were a little bit too big to fill, so in the fall of 1997, Al Snow was sent back to Paul Heyman’s Extreme Championship Wrestling, where he came up with bringing a mannequin head with him to the ring, that was simply known as “Head”.

In 1998, Al Snow & Head were brought back to the WWF at the peak of the Attitude Era, where Al made a name for himself and is now remembered as one of the most famous mid-carders from that era, including winning the Hardcore Title, European Title & Tag Team Title in the process.


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