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Live WWE Greatest Royal Rumble Results Now In Progress (4/27)

Greatest Royal Rumble

WWE’s first-ever Greatest Royal Rumble aired live from the King Abdullah Sports City’s King Abdullah International Stadium, in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

Kickoff Show:

– The Greatest Royal Rumble Kickoff Show is hosted by Byron Saxton, Jerry Lawyer and Booker T. They talk about how hot it is outside in Saudi Arabia today, and they start running down the card, which will start with Triple H vs. John Cena.

– After we go through some promotional videos for today’s matches, Jim Ross joins the Kickoff Show panel for his input and predictions.

– AJ Styles joins via live video feed to answer some questions from the panel and promote his match against Shinsuke Nakamura tonight.

– We go to more promotional videos, now hyping up AJ vs. Nakamura, Brock vs. Reigns, and Cena vs. Triple H.

– It’s getting dark outside in Saudi Arabia as the sun sets and the arena lights come on. The Kickoff Show panel thanks us for joining them and sends us to the Greatest Royal Rumble, starting now.

WWE Greatest Royal Rumble results:

– We go to the King Abdullah International Stadium where the Saudi Arabian national anthem and the American national anthem play. We see the Greatest Royal Rumble “ever” intro video, and an incredible fireworks display to open up the show. Michael Cole, Corey Graves and Byron Saxton welcome us to the show. Graves mentions that this show is part of Saudi Arabia’s “2030” plan towards diversity. Triple H’s music hits with the green lasers and we have our first match of the night.

Triple H vs. John Cena: There’s another big fireworks display above the stadium as Cena hits the ring. Triple H is shown on camera shaking hands with kids at ringside. The opening bell sounds and Cena and Triple H start off with some tests of strength. Triple H drops Cena and mocks his “you can’t see me” taunt. Cena tries to mount some offense but Triple H controls the pace for several moments. Triple H puts Cena in a sleeper, until Cena fights free and fires back with some running shoulder blocks. Cena looks for the AA but Triple H grabs the ropes to block it. Cena connects with a back suplex, then looks for a Five Knuckle Shuffle, but Triple H blocks it. Triple H mocks Cena again, and they brawl back and forth. Cena fires up and looks for a dropkick off the top, but Triple H side-steps him and slams Cena down out of the air. Triple H pins for a two count, and both men are down now. Triple H and Cena trade right hands in the middle of the ring now until Cena trips him and locks in the STF. Triple H fights out, but Cena drops him again for a two count and Cena can’t believe it. After some back and forth, Cena finally hits the AA on Triple H for the three count.

Winner: John Cena

– After the match, Cena gets on the mic and thanks Saudi Arabia for their unmatched hospitality. Cena says he wouldn’t miss this for anything, and thanks them for letting him be a part of something so special.

Cruiserweight Championship: Cedric Alexander (c) vs. Kalisto: Cedric and Kalisto trade moves early on to a stalemate. Kalisto hits a hurricanrana on Cedric, then sends the Champion out to the ringside floor. Kalisto hits a springboard suicide dive on Cedric, then takes things back in the ring. Cole points out on commentary that there’s a different setup at ringside today because that area is reserved for the Saudi Royal Family. Cedric fires up and hits a big dropkick to the head of the challenger. Kalisto hits a kick to the head of his own, and then a headscissor takedown and a tornado DDT. Cedric comes back with a Michinoku Driver for a two count. Cedric goes up top but Kalisto stops him with a kick to the head. They fight on the turnbuckle until Kalisto hits a Spanish Fly. They trade strikes in the middle of the ring now until Cedric stuns Kalisto with an elbow to the head. Kalisto botches a hurricanrana, and Cedric comes back with the Lumbar Check for the three count.

Winner & still Cruiserweight Champion: Cedric Alexander

– Cedric celebrates with his Title belt as we go to replays.

RAW Tag Team Championships: The Bar (c) vs. Matt Hardy & Bray Wyatt: Matt and Bray start off strong, but The Bar starts trading frequent tags and double teaming Bray. Bray fires back with a lariat then tags in Matt to double team Sheamus. Matt follows up with a splash on Sheamus in the corner and a neckbreaker for a two count. Cesaro gets the tag and starts taking control over Matt. Matt gets the tag and starts cleaning house. Sheamus misses a big boot on Bray, and Bray connects with the Sister Abigail on Sheamus. Matt tags in now and they do the double team Twist of Fate on Sheamus for the three count after a fairly short match.

Winners & new RAW Tag Team Champions: Matt Hardy & Bray Wyatt

– Matt and Bray celebrate with their new RAW Tag Title belts after the match. Bray drops to his knees while Matt runs around in circles with his belt in the air.

– We see a video package looking at Jinder Mahal’s time on RAW so far, and the lead-up to his match with Jeff Hardy tonight.

WWE U.S. Championship: Jeff Hardy (c) vs. Jinder Mahal: Sunil Singh is out to do Jinder’s ring introduction and be in his corner. Jinder starst off strong and backs Jeff into the corner with strikes. Jeff comes back with a shot on Jinder on the apron, and then Jeff gets distracted by Sunil Singh, which leads to Jinder hitting a cheap shot on Jeff. Jinder repeatedly drops knees on Jeff Hardy on the mat now as he wears down the U.S. Champion. Jinder follows up with a neckbreaker and a flying knee for a two count. Jinder tries to keep Hardy grounded, but Jeff fights his way up to his feet. Jinder looks for a gutbuster and misses, which leads to Hardy hitting an inverted atomic drop and a leg drop for a pin attempt. Jeff looks for the Twist of Fate, but Jinder shoves him away. Jeff goes up top for the Whisper In the Wind and misses, but Jinder sells it and Hardy pins for two. Jeff whips Jinder into the corner and hits a dropkick, then he looks for the Swanton Bomb. Sunil gets on the apron for the distraction, which leads to Jinder attacking from behind. Jeff escapes the Khallas and hits the Twist of Fate. Jeff goes up top and hits the Swanton Bomb for the three count.

Winner & still U.S. Champion: Jeff Hardy

– We go to replays as Jeff holds his U.S. Title in the air and celebrates his win.

– We see a Make-A-Wish Foundation commercial with John Cena talking about the organization and what they do.

– Byron Saxton is now back at the Kickoff Show panel table with Jim Ross, Jerry Lawler and Booker T. They talk about the atmosphere here tonight, and what’s still to come. Byron introduces a video package about the Saudi Prince who organized the event, featuring interviews from people in various Saudi government departments. They talk about women now being able to drive in Saudi Arabia, and one woman interviewed cries about how happy she is to be in Saudi Arabia.

– Chris Jericho is backstage for an interview promoting the 50-man Royal Rumble later. Jericho notes that WWE Hall of Famer Mark Henry is in the Rumble, and he repeatedly calls interviewer Mike Rome by the wrong name. Jericho tells “Tom” that he’s made the list for telling him his wrong name. Jericho also adds the camera man and Ed Koskey to his infamous list.

– Back to the panel table with Byron, Lawler, J.R. and Booker, and they discuss some of the big names back in WWE for tonight’s Greatest Royal Rumble.

– Daniel Bryan does an interview backstage about the privileged of being back in the ring and now being in the largest Royal Rumble match in WWE history. Byron Saxton sends us back to ringside for more matches now.

SmackDown Tag Team Championships: The Usos vs. The Bludgeon Brothers (c): Jey and Rowan start off, and Rowan drops Uso with a big dropkick. Harper tags in now and continues the beating on Jey. Rowan is back in now for a pump-handle backbreaker on Jey, and then a running splash for a two count. Harper and Rowan now take turns beating on Jey, until Jey dodges a couple of shots and tags in Jimmy. Jimmy hits a suicide dive on Harper, and then one on Rowan on the other side of the ring. Back in the ring, Jimmy boots HArper in the head and then hits a flying cross body for a one count. Uso hits another kick to the head and Harper is down. Uso hits the running butt bump in the corner, but then Harper comes back with a splash of his own. Harper looks for a powerbomb, but Jimmy escapes and tags in Jey. The Usos double team Harper with kicks to the head. They hit double superkicks on Rowan and Harper, then Jey hits the Uso splash off the top for a two count on Harper. Jimmy and Jey both go up top now, but Rowan yanks one of them down and boots him in the head, and Harper takes the other Uso down. Harper and Rowan double team Jimmy now with a splash and a powerbomb for the three count.

Winners & still SmackDown Tag Team Champions: the Bludgeon Brothers

– Harper and Rowan celebrate with the blue Tag Title belts on the corners. We go to replays as The Usos recover from the beating.

– We see a video package looking at the history of ladder matches in WWE and promoting the upcoming Intercontinental Title match.

Intercontinental Championship: The Miz vs. Samoa Joe vs. Seth Rollins (c) vs. Finn Balor: The opening bell sounds and all four men start going at it. Balor hits a double Blockbuster early on onto oe and Miz. Rollins sends Balor outside and then hits a suicide dive on him. Rollins slides in the ring and then flies right back out, this time with a suicide dive on Miz. Joe grabs the ladder and hits Rollins with it, then starts double teaming him with Miz. Balor comes out and hits a suicide dive on to Joe and Miz. Back in the ring, Rollins and Joe go at it with strikes until Joe drops Rollins face-first into a ladder laying on the mat. Joe takes Balor in to the corner and lays into him with chops and headbutts. Balor drops Joe onto the ladder, and then Miz runs in and boots Balor in the face. Miz starts climbing the ladder, but Rollins pulls him down and slams Miz’s face into the ladder. Rollins and Balor now fight over the ladder, until Joe and Miz run in and shove them off the ladder. Joe now turns on Miz and shoulder-blocks him down. Joe sets up the ladder in the corner and goes to throw Finn into it, but the ladder falls down, so Joe suplexes Finn onto the ladder instead. Joe picks up the ladder and uses it as a weapon now to send The Miz falling out of the ring. Balor now fires up and dropkicks Joe into a ladder in the corner. The ladder falls on top of Joe, and Balor goes up top. Rollins runs up and grabs Balor in the superplex position, then Joe powerbombs Rollins down for the powerbomb-superplex combo. Joe grabs another ladder from ringside and throws it in the ring. Miz runs up behind Joe and his the Skull Crushing Finale on Joe ontop of the ladder. The Miz fights off Rollins and then hits a reverse DDT on Balor. Rollins runs back in and Miz plants him with a DDT too.

The Miz grabs a ladder as a weapon now and starts dropping anyone who comes near him. Balor manages to drop Miz, and then lays him on top of a ladder on the mat. Balor goes up top for the Coup De Grace and connects on Miz. Joe runs in now and exchanges strikes with Balor. Balor drops Joe with a kick to the head, then he starts climbing towards the belt. Joe stops him and puts Balor in the Coquina Clutch. Balor escapes and stomps on Joe, then Balor starts climbing again. Balor has fought off Joe and Miz, but now Rollins comes flying off the top rope onto the other side of the ladder. Rollins quickly climbs up the ladder and reaches up and grabs the Intercontinental Title before Balor can. Balor is in disbelief at how quickly Rollins grabbed the Title belt, as Rollins is declared winner.

Winner & still Intercontinental Champion: Seth Rollins

– After the match, Balor is bleeding from above his right eye. Rollins celebrates with the IC Title belt as Balor still looks like he still can’t believe what happened.

– Michael Cole introduces a video package looking at WWE’s tryouts in Saudi Arabia, featuring Mojo Rawley and Triple H. Mike Rome is in the ring now to introduce four of the men who tried out, Nassar, Hussein, Monsoour, and Fisal. They briefly talk about their dream of being in WWE and they say hope to represent their country as the first WWE Superstars from the kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Ariya Daivari and Shawn Daivari come out to interrupt. The Daivaris get some heat with the crowd and they insult the Saudi athletes. Ariya says real athletes come from the strongest nation in the world: Iran. Shawn then insults the Saudi athletes as well. They shove one of the Saudi trainees, and he shoves Ariya back. The other trainee kicks Shawn in the head, and another one hits a powerslam on him. They throw Shawn out of the ring and he retreats up the ramp with Ariya. The trainees pose for the crowd, and then we go to some ads for WWE Network programming.

– We see a video package looking at the rivalry between AJ Styles and Shinsuke Nakamura leading up to tonight’s rematch for the WWE Title.

WWE Championship: Shinsuke Nakamura vs. AJ Styles (c): AJ gets some fireworks above the stadium for his entrance. The opening bell sounds and the two men trade holds until Nakamura slides outside for a breather. Back in the ring, Nakamura hits a knee to the midsection, and AJ answers with a dropkick. AJ takes Nakamura into the corner and hits him with chops and kicks. Nakamura answers with some kicks of his own then stomps on AJs head. Nakamura hits some knees to the head then chokes AJ in the corner. AJ escapes a slam attempt and hits a facebuster on Nakamura. AJ fires up and hits some kicks and a running forearm to the face. AJ hits a splash in the corner, and then a fireman’s carry into a neckbreaker. Nakamura starts fighting back and hits a knee to the body for a one count. AJ drops Nakamura’s face on the turnbuckle and they start exchanging strikes now. Nakamura looks for an armbar, but AJ escapes and hits the Pele kick. AJ goes for the Phenomenal Forearm but Nakamura ducks. AJ almost crashes into the referee but he stops, and Nakamura low-blows AJ from behind. The ref didn’t see it, and Nakamura now takes control of the match. Nakamura looks for the Kinshasa, but AJ blocks it with a punch to the face. AJ and Nakamura fight out to ringside, and AJ spears Nakamura onto the Saudi announce table. AJ and Nakamura continues to fight around ringside, and the referee counts to ten, making this one a double count-out.

Winner: Double count-out

– AJ beats Nakamura down all over ringside, and then clotheslines him into the timekeeper’s area. AJ hits Nakamura with a chair, and then hits a Phenomenal Forearm from inside the ring out to Nakamura on the ringside floor. AJ holds up his WWE Title belt before leaving.

– Aiden English comes out and sings about this being The Undertaker’s final day, and he introduces Rusev.

Casket Match: The Undertaker vs. Rusev: The opening bell sounds and Rusev rolls outside early on. The Undertaker chases down Rusev at ringside and they fight back into the ring. The Undertaker walks the top rope and nails Rusev wih the Old School early on. The Undertaker throws Rusev out of the ring over the casket, and Rusev takes a breather on the ramp with English. Rusev pulls Undertaker out of the ring and starts brawling with the Dead Man at ringside. Undertaker fights back and whips Rusev into the fan barricade, and then slams his head on the announce table. Undertaker lays Rusev on the ring apron and hits a running leg drop on him. Undertaker calls for the casket to be opened and he rolls Rusev into it, but English blocks the lid from being closed. The Undertaker gets distracted by English, and Rusev rolls back into the ring. Undertaker gets back in the ring and Rusev drops him with a kick to the head. Rusev lays into Undertaker with strikes in the corner now. The Undertaker fights out of the corner and drops Rusev with a right hand. The Undertaker picks up Rusev and hits a headbutt, but he allows Rusev some time to recover. Rusev comes back with a spinning heel kick and then some elbow drops. Rusev puts Taker in the Accolade, and Taker appears to be out. Rusev releases the hold and walks over to the casket, and then Undertaker sits right up. Undertaker looks for a chokeslam, but Rusev escapes and they start trading punches. Undertaker ducks a clothesline and hits a chokeslam. Undertaker throws Rusev in the casket and goes to close it, but English distracts him. Undertaker chokeslams Aiden, then hits a Tombstone on him. Taker throws English in the casket too and closes the lid for the win.

Winner: The Undertaker

– We go to replays, and then The Undertaker poses under the black lights and there’s a massive fireworks display inside and outside the stadium. Taker looks at the casket and then heads back up the ramp.

– Michael Cole introduces a video package looking at the history between Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns, and then the steel cage lowers from the ceiling.

WWE Universal Championship: Brock Lesnar (c) vs. Roman Reigns: Reigns gets a big fireworks display for his entrance, and Brock has some pyro inside he area for his. Paul Heyman does Brock’s ring introduction. The opening bell sounds, and Reigns and Lesnar circle each other. Reigns looks for a Superman punch early on, but Lesnar side-steps it and suplexes Reigns down. Brock follows up with two more German suplexes. Brock follows up with an F-5 on Reigns. Brock takes a breather and then goes for another F-5, but Reigns escapes this one. Reigns hits a couple Superman punches, but he misses the spear. Reigns starts climbing the cage, but Lesnar grabs him and pulls him down. They fight on the top rope now until Lesnar elbows Reigns down. Lesnar climbs the cage until Reigns grabs him and pulls him down. Reigns gets under Lesnar in the corner and powerbombs Lesnar down. Samoa Joe is shown backstage watching on a monitor. Reigns throws Lesnar into the cage wall a few times, and Lesnar is down. Reigns follows up with a spear, and then a second spear. Reigns runs the ropes and hits a third spear. Reigns pins and Brock gets the shoulder up at 2.

Reigns goes to walk out the cage door, but Heyman runs by and slams it in Reigns’ face. Lesnar grabs Reigns and hits the F-5 for a two count. Heyman throws a steel chair in the ring; Brock takes his gloves off and picks up the chair. Lesnar goes to swing the chair, but Reigns stops him with a spear for a two count. Reigns has the steel chair now and smashes it across Lesnar’s back a few times. Reigns looks for the Superman punch and he connects with it. Reigns hits a spear on Lesnar up against the cage wall, and they crash right through the cage wall down to the ringside floor. Lesnar hit the floor first, and he is declared the winner.

Winner & still Universal Champion: Brock Lesnar

– Heyman takes the Universal Title belt from the ref and helps Lesnar to his feet at ringside. We go to replays and see Lesnar hitting the floor hard after the spear through the cage. The announcers say the rules are usually that both feet have to hit the ground, but the referees decided that Lesnar’s back hitting the ground first was good enough. Heyman helps Lesnar walk back up the ramp as Reigns slowly recovers at ringside.

50-Man Royal Rumble: Daniel Bryan and Dolph Ziggler are #1 and #2 in the first-ever 50-man Royal Rumble match. Ziggler starts off strong with a dropkick, and then Sin Cara enters at #3. Cara hits the ring and hits a springboard moonsault on both Bryan and Ziggler. Cara follows up with a swanton bomb on Bryan, but then Ziggler eliminates Cara. Curtis Axel is in at #4 and starts brawling with Ziggler and Bryan. Entry #5 is Mark Henry and he starts going at it with Axel. Henry drops Axel on the apron and then headbutts him down to the floor for the elimination. Entry #6 is Mike Kanellis, and Mark Henry immediately clotheslines him outside for the elimination as soon as Mike gets in the ring. Mark starts fighting with Bryan in the corner now, then he goes at it with Ziggler. Entry #7 is sumo wrestler Hiroki Sumi. Sumi and Henry come face to face and have a test of strength, then Mark immediately eliminates Sumi. Ziggler and Bryan run up behind Henry and eliminate him too. Viktor is in at #8 and he starts brawling with Ziggler. Viktor hits a flying knee to the face off the middle rope, then a running elbow on Ziggler. Bryan eliminates Viktor, then starts trading strikes with Ziggler. Kofi Kingston is in at #9 and he immediately hits a rolling thunder double clothesline on Ziggler and Bryan. Kofi tries to eliminate Bryan but doesn’t have any luck as Bryan catches him with a kick to the face.

Tony Nese is in at #10 and he immediately starts going at it with Kofi. Dash Wilder is in at #11 and he immediately hits a big backbreaker on Nese. Hornswoggle is in at #12 and he helps eliminate Dash Wilder. Hornswoggle hits sweet shin music on Kofi and then a Samoan drop. Hornswoggle goes up top, but Ziggler stops him with a kick to the face. Ziggler tries to eliminate Hornswoggle but he bites Ziggler’s hand. Nese knees Hornswoggle in the face to eliminate him, and the Primo enters at #13. Entry #14 is Xavier Woods, who comes in and gives Kofi some backup. Woods and Kingston start dancing with Nese and then eliminate him. Entry #15 is Bo Dallas who hits the ring and starts fighting with Kofi and Xavier. Kurt Angle enters at #16.

Kurt hits the ring and hands out German suplexes to anyone who comes near him. Kurt eliminates Dallas and Primo, then Ziggler superkicks Kurt. Ziggler charges at Kurt, but Kurt catches him and eliminates him with a belly to belly overhead suplex to the outside. Scott Dawson is in at #17, and Goldust enters at #18. Bryan hits a flying knee of the middle rope on Kofi, and then Goldust tries to eliminate Bryan but doesn’t have any luck. Konnor comes in at #19 and joins the fight. Kofi tries to take-down Kurt, but Kurt drops him and grinds him into the mat. Elias enters at #20 and has the crowd do his “walk with Elias” catch phrase. Elias runs in an eliminates Kofi, Xavier and Konnor all at once. Luke Gallows is in at #21 and he starts going at it with Dawson. On the other side of the ring, Kurt and Daniel go at it back and forth until Kurt hits the Angle Slam. Kurt takes the shoulder straps down, but then Elias eliminates Kurt from behind. Gallows starts booting people in the face, and then Rhyno comes in at #22.

Drew Gulak is out next at #23, and Tucker Knight is out at #24. Tucker starts dropping people until Gulak gets him in a sleeper. Tucker throws Gulak outside for the elimination. Bobby Roode is in at #25 and hits a spinebuster on Dawson. Roode hits a blockbuster off the middle rope on Elias, then he starts fighting with Goldust. Roode eliminates Goldust and then Dawson. Fandango is in next at #26and he starts fighting with Tucker. Chad Gable is in at #27. Gable drops Tucker and then starts fighting with Daniel Bryan in the corner. Rey Mysterio is in next at #28 and he eliminates Gallows with a hurricanrana. Rey looks for the 619 on Roode, but Fandango intercepts and kicks Rey. Fandango throws Rey at Gable, and Rey hits a tornado DDT on Gable. Mojo Rawley is in at #29 and he eliminates Fandango.

Entry #30 is Tyler Breeze. Breeze tries to eliminate Mojo, but Mojo eliminates Breeze instead. Tucker hits a Thez Press on Gable, then Bryan grabs Tucker and lays into him with kicks. Big E is entry #31 and he hits the Big Ending on Tucker before throwing him outside for the elimination. Karl Anderson enters at #32 and he starts going at it with Daniel Bryan. Anderson hits a spinebuster on Roode, then Big E shuts him down with a clothesline. Rey connects with a 619 on Roode in the ring. Apollo Crews is in at #33 and he hits a standing moonsault on Gable then eliminates him.

Roderick Strong is in at #34 and he hits backbreakers on Roode, Anderson and Rey. Strong eliminates Rhyno next with a flying knee to the face. Randy Orton is in at #35 to a big pop from the crowd. Crews looks for a moonsault on Orton, but Orton catches him in an RKO in mid-air. Orton eliminates Anderson, Mojo, and Crews. Heath Slater is in at #36 as Randy Orton and Daniel Bryan go at it in the corner. Slater hits the ring and drops people with kicks and knees to the face. Babatunde is in at #37 and he starts dropping everyone in his path. Baron Corbin is in at #38. Corbin pulls Elias under the bottom rope and throws him into the ring steps. Corbin gets in the ring now and starts fighting with Rey until he hits the Deep Six on him. Corbin eliminates Roode and Strong, then he starts fighting with Babatunde. Titus O’Neil is in at #39. Titus trips on his way in the ring and falls right under the ring. Titus finally gets in the ring, as the announcers laugh at Titus’ fall. Dan Matha is in at #40.

Braun Strowman is in at #41. Braun and Babatunde come face to face and Strowman eliminates him. Strowman eliminates Dan next, then Heath, and he kicks down anyone who comes near him. Tye Dillinger is in at #42. Everyone in the ring now is trying to eliminate Strowman, but they don’t have any luck. Strowman eliminates Titus and Tye. Orton dropkicks Strowman, which leds to Rey hitting hte 619 on Strowman. Orton then hits an RKO on Strowman. Corbin eliminates Rey, then Orton eliminates Corbin. Elias comes from behind and eliminates Orton. Strowman chokeslams Elias down, and then Curt Hawkins comes in at #43. Hawkins tries to run away up the ramp, but Braun catches him and hauls him back to the ring. Braun drops Daniel and Elias at ringside, then he gets back in the ring and eliminates Hawkins.

Bobby Lashley comes out at #44 and gets some fireworks for his entrane. Lashley works over Elias now and looks for a suplex, but Elias stops it with a knee to the face. Lashley tosses Elias down to the mat, then eliminates him. Strowman and LAshley now go at it inC the ring, exchanging big strikes. Daniel Bryan runs in and starts hitting both of them with running dropkicks. The Great Khali is in at #45. Khali drops Daniel and Bobby, then Strowman hits Khali from behind. Strowman and Lashley team up to eliminate Khali. Lashley and Strowan clothesline each other down. Daniel Bryan’s chest is extremely red from chops. Kevin Owens is in at #46 and he starts hitting cannonball splashes on everyone in the corners.

Owens and Bryan start going at it and Owens hits a Pop Up Powerbomb. Shane McMahon is in at #47. Shane goes at it with Kevin and hits a flying elbow to the face. Shane boots Kevin in the face and hits a DDT. Shane and Daniel come face to face now. Daniel Bryan’s bicep is also very red from strikes. Daniel and Shane take turns kicking Owens now. Shelton Benjamin is in at #48. Shelton spears Shane and starts pummeling on him. Shelton tackles Bryan next, then hits a spinning heel kick on Shane. Shelton hits a knee to the face of Lashley, then Strowman slams Shelton down. Kevin tries to convince the other wrestlers to join him in taking out Strowman. Strowman fights them all off as Big Cass enters at #49.

Cass goes right after Bryan, then boots Strowman in the face. Shelton and Lashley follow up with strikes on Strowman, then Shane goes up top an hits the coast to coast dropkick on Strowman. Lashley takes out Shelton in the corner, and then Cass slams Lashley down. Chris Jericho comes out at #50 and gets a big pop. Jericho hits the ring and immediately starts brawling with Owens. Jericho hits the Lionsault on Owens, then a springboard dropkick on Cass. Jericho hits the Codebreaker on Shelton and eliminates him. Jericho puts Owens in the Walls of Jericho, then Big Cass boots Jericho in the face. Lashley goes for his stalling vertical suplex on Cass, but Cass can’t stay straight up and Lashley drops him into a brainbuster. Bryan hits some dropkicks on Owens in the corner. Shane goes up top, but Strowman throws Shane off the top rope down through the table at ringside for the elimination.

Lashley looks for a cross body on Strowman, but Strowman catches him and throws him outside. Strowman eliminates Jericho next, then Bryan tries to eliminate Strowman. Cass boots Bryan in the face then eliminates him. Cass talks trash to Bryan on the floor, then turns around into Strowman. Cass and Strowman trade punches and clotheslines until Strowman crotches Cass on the top rope then bumps him off for the elimination.

Winner: Braun Strowman

– We go to replays as Strowman celebrates his win. Vince McMahon and someone from the Saudi government are in the ring to present Strowman with the trophy and the green Title belt. A massive fireworks display goes off inside and outside the arena as music plays and Strowman stands tall in the ring. Michael Cole thanks us for watching as the Greatest Royal Rumble goes off the air.

  • Nicholas Giambattista

    I still think WWE has seen the light on Roman Reigns an is not going to be putting the Unversal title on him. They are now building Braun Strowman to take the Unversal title from Lesnar at Summerslam.

  • BiggEZ

    It happened like that so as to probably give Reigns one final shot at Lesnar.

  • Nicholas Giambattista

    They will not give Roman Reigns the Unverlasial Champion like that.

  • Wolfie

    Actually his back didn’t hit the ground. It was still on the piece of cage.

  • Nicholas Giambattista

    It don’t matter the ref decision is final. Brock Lesnar is still WWE Unverlasial Champion. Brock Lesnar back also hit the ground first.

  • Cyclops

    Yup, agreed, the cage match rules are the winner is the first one to have both feet touch the floor, which clearly Roman’s feet hit first as Brock’s feet were still on the fence, major screw up.

  • Nicholas Giambattista

    So they are giving the winner of the Greatest Royal Rumble a new title belt.

  • Wolfie

    Well that was BS. Roman’s feet hit the actual ground first therefore he won. Ref (writers really) got it wrong.

  • Nicholas Giambattista

    Watch HHH eliminates John Cena in the Royal Rumble now. But HHH had to put Cena over in there 1 on 1 match to save face for John Cena.