WWE Smackdown Results was shocked that Roman Reigns actually came out for a change. Didn’t expect that.
Once in the ring, Reigns said that he came out first to avoid any confusion this week. He added this was his yard, his ring, his WWE, and challenged anyone to come and take it.
Looks like everyone made it to the ring without incident. That’s also surprising.
It started fast as Reigns knocked down Sheamus with a shoulder block, and Jey ducked Corbin’s septer.
Reigns and Jey then double teamed Corbin while Sheamus rolled out of the ring.
After Jey hit Corbin with a right, Reigns clotheslined him over the top rope.
On the floor, Jey climbed the barricade and took out Corbin. Sheamus dragged Reigns out of the ring and the pair exchanged blows until Reigns backdropped him over the barricade.
Jey hit Sheamus with a superkick, then Corbin hit Jey with a Deep Six.
Corbin threw Reigns into the ring and grabbed a steel chair, but tossed the chair in first and received a kick for his trouble.
So, Reigns then beat Corbin with the chair. Why do they not only throw the chair in first, but halfway across the ring? There’s only so much suspension of disbelief here.
Reigns slipped out of the ring to pull a table out from under the ring when Sheamus hit him with a running knee, then he and Corbin took turns pounding on Reigns.
They then threw Reigns over the announcer’s table and milled about before sliding the table into the ring.
Corbin pounded on Jey, then Sheamus stomped him before they set the table up.
Sheamus caught Jey’s kick, but Jey followed through with a step up kick.
Jey caught Corbin with a double kick in the corner, but Sheamus and Corbin hit the ropes, dropping Jey onto the turnbuckle, then they put him through the table with a double powerbomb.
Jey kicked out of Sheamus’ pin attempt.
Reigns turns the tide
Outside the ring, Reigns threw one of the announcer’s chairs at Corbin, taking him out.
Sheamus nailed Reigns with a axe handle then cleared off the announcer’s table and bounced Reigns’ head off the table.
Sheamus attempted a White Noise on the table, but Reigns fought out of it with a low blow, and hit Sheamus with a Samoan Drop on the table.
Corbin nailed Reigns, but Reigns threw him into the ring post, and then Reigns hit Sheamus with a spear and drove him through the barricade.
Corbin attacked Reigns from behind and drove him into the steel steps before shoving Reigns into the ring.
Corbin threw Jey into the time keeper’s area, but Jey came back and nailed Corbin with the Universal Championship belt as he climbed into the ring.
Corbin then ate a spear by Reigns as Jey climbed to the top rope and hit with a Uso Splash for the pin.
With the match over and Jey celebrating, Reigns watched him carefully when Jey held the Universal title too long. Jey tossed it to him and the pair celebrated, with Reigns showing his first smile since returning.
They embraced in the middle of the ring, but as Jey headed to the back, Reigns’ mood changed and hardened.
A surprisingly good match. In fact, all the matches were surprisingly good and entertaining.
WWE Smackdown Results hope this means more of this and less of the nonsensical mismatch we’ve seen off and on the last few weeks.
What did you think of the match? Let us know below in the comments.
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