WWE Crown Jewel Results
November 5, 2022
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (Mrsool Park)
Commentary: Michael Cole and Wade Barrett
Results by: Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com
“Then. Now. Forever. Together.” The WWE video leads us into the show.
WWE Global Ambassador narrates a video hyping up the matches that will be seen on today’s WWE Crown Jewel premium live event.
Michael Cole and Wade Barrett will be on commentary for today’s show. They introduce the Arabic commentary team.
Video Package: Brock Lesnar vs. Bobby Lashley
Bobby Lashley vs. Brock Lesnar
As Brock Lesnar walks around ringside for his entrance, Bobby Lashley attacks him from behind and sends him into the steel steps! Lesnar grabs his knee in pain. Lashley spears him down on the floor and gets him in the ring.
The referee checks on Lesnar, and Lesnar agrees to start the match. The bell rings, and Lashley spears Lesnar again. Lesnar rolls out of the ring and hobbles around ringside. Lashley goes outside and spears him through the barricade! Lashley tries to get Lesnar in the ring, but Lesnar’s knee gives out. Lashley finally gets him in the ring and connects with a spear for a near fall!
Lashley sets up for a Hurt Lock, but Lesnar counters into a German Suplex. Lesnar takes some time to recover before hitting two more of them. Lesnar continues to limp around the ring before putting Lashley on his shoulders. Lesnar, on one leg, connects with an F5 for a near fall. Lesnar lifts Lashley again, but Lashley slides off and clotheslines him out of the ring. Lashley gets Lesnar on his shoulders and drives him headfirst into the ring post! Lashley gets Lesnar back in the ring and sizes him up. Lashley charges, but Lesnar counters the spear by lifting him. Lashley quickly slides off and hits a one-armed spinebuster. The crowd boos Lashley as he sets up for the Hurt Lock. Lesnar gets to his feet, and Lashley grabs him. Lesnar fights it, but Lashley grips his hands and fully applies the Hurt Lock. Lesnar looks to be fading before getting a burst of energy, but Lashley adjusts his grip. Lesnar drops to a knee, so the referee checks his arm. The arm drops twice, but Lesnar keeps it up on the third, which would have ended the match. Lesnar kicks off the turnbuckles and lands on top of Lashley. The referee counts, and Lashley has been pinned!
Winner by Pinfall: Brock Lesnar
Bobby Lashley is irate that Brock Lesnar picked up the win like that. As Lesnar gets to his feet, Lashley puts him back in the Hurt Lock. Lashley applies a ton of pressure and makes Lesnar essentially pass out. Lashley poses and leaves the ring as the crowd boos him.
A promo airs for Survivor Series.
Replays are shown of Alexa Bliss and Asuka defeating Damage CTRL on this past Monday’s Raw to become the WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions.
Byron Saxton interviews WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Asuka and Alexa Bliss. As Bliss speaks, Bray Wyatt’s logo flashes on the screen, which startles her. Bliss composes herself and says this beating has been coming for a long time. Asuka says Damage CTRL is not ready for them.
WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship
Damage CTRL (Dakota Kai and IYO SKY) vs. Alexa Bliss and Asuka (c’s)
As this is taking place in Saudi Arabia, the women have their bodies completely covered. Alexa Bliss will start against Dakota Kai. Kai wrenches the arm and takes her down. Kai whips her to the corner and charges, but Bliss slingshots over her. Bliss knocks her back and goes to the second rope for a tornado DDT. Kai fights it, but Bliss takes her down for a two-count. Kai fights back with a pinning attempt, but Bliss’ shoulders never go down. They trade pins without neither gaining an advantage. Bliss plays some mind games with Kai, standing on her and bashing her face into the mat. Kai quickly pulls Bliss into the ropes and tags IYO SKY in. Sky goes for a scoop slam, but Bliss slides off and tags Asuka in.
The crowd buzzes as Asuka and IYO SKY square off. Sky takes her down and does some handsprings. Asuka fights back with a back elbow. Asuka takes her down with a shoulder tackle and tags Bliss back in. Asuka and Bliss go for a double-team suplex, but Sky gets out of it. Asuka fights back and gives Sky a bulldog onto Bliss’ knees. Bliss picks up a two-count. Bliss sends Sky into the ropes, but Sky holds on and boots her back. Kai tags in, but Bliss dropkicks her down. Asuka tags in. Asuka and Bliss hit Damage CTRL with stereo hip attacks to knock them off the apron before hitting stereo baseball slides. Asuka gets Kai in the ring and goes to the second rope. Kai charges, but Asuka boots her back. Sky goes to the top rope and dropkicks Asuka into the tree of woe facing the floor! Kai then knocks Asuka to the floor!
Asuka sits at ringside, holding her knee. The referee counts, but Asuka gets in before the count of 10. Sky attacks the knee and tags Kai in. The crowd chants, “Let’s go Asuka!” Kai applies a knee bar before tagging Sky in. Sky hits a vicious dragon screw to Asuka. Asuka tries to fight Sky off, but Sky hits a flapjack. Kai tags in, and they whip Asuka to the corner. Asuka elbows Kai away and attacks Sky. Asuka hits Damage CTRL with a bulldog/clothesline combo.
Bliss tags in and hits them both with shoulder tackles. Bliss takes Kai down and punches away at her before doing the same to Sky. Bliss hits some vicious strikes to both before dropkicking them. The crowd cheers Bliss on. Bliss hits Kai with double knees to the back before hitting Insult to Injury. Bliss connects with a tornado DDT on Kai, but Sky breaks up the pin. Sky tags in and hits a double-arm backbreaker. The lights partially go out in Mrsool Park. The crowd thinks it’s Bray Wyatt, but it appears to be a power outage. Bliss hits Code Red for a near fall. Bliss goes to the top rope, but Damage CTRL cuts her off for a double-team superplex. Asuka runs in, and they do the Tower of Doom spot.
Asuka tags in and attacks Kai. Asuka hits a German Suplex for a near fall. Asuka approaches Kai, but Kai pulls her into the turnbuckles. Kai charges and hits a running boot for a near fall. Kai lifts Asuka, but Asuka slides off. Asuka kicks her in the head and tags Bliss in. Bliss goes to the top rope, but Sky distracts her. Bliss goes for Twisted Bliss, but Kai gets the knees up. Sky kicks Asuka back and goes for an Asai Moonsault, but she lands on her feet when Asuka moves. Asuka takes her down. In the ring, Bliss hits Kai with a Twisted DDT. Bliss goes to the top rope, but she’s distracted by the brawling between Sky and Asuka. All of a sudden, Nikki Cross interferes and hits Bliss with a hanging neckbreaker! Kai covers, and we’ve got new champions!
Winners by Pinfall and new WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions: Damage CTRL
We see an SUV pull into the parking lot. Logan Paul steps out with his entourage. Paul says all it takes is one lucky punch. His brother, Jake Paul, is with him.
Video Package: Drew McIntyre vs. Karrion Kross
Steel Cage Match
Karrion Kross w/ Scarlett vs. Drew McIntyre
The bell rings, and they take their time before doing anything. Kross charges, but McIntyre ducks and punches away at him. McIntyre takes him down, but Kross soon hits a throat thrust. Kross starts to climb the cage wall, but McIntyre cuts him off. They brawl on the top rope, and McIntyre gets crotched! Kross attacks McIntyre in the corner before hitting an exploder suplex. Kross sends McIntyre into the cage wall. McIntyre fights back, but Kross takes him down and attacks the neck. Kross grinds McIntyre’s face into the cage wall. Kross talks some trash and whips him to the corner, but McIntyre pops out with a clothesline. McIntyre hits another clothesline and a belly-to-belly suplex. McIntyre continues to attack before hitting a neckbreaker. McIntyre recovers for a few moments before doing a kip-up. Kross quickly powers him to the corner, but McIntyre fights back with a Michinoku Driver for a near fall. McIntyre gets Kross on the top rope. Kross fights him off and puts him in the tree of woe. McIntyre quickly sits up and hits a belly-to-belly superplex! McIntyre sets up for a Claymore Kick, but Kross hits a Busaiku Knee Kick for a near fall.
Kross talks trash, but McIntyre sends him into the cage wall before hitting a spinebuster for a near fall. Kross tries for a Krossjacket, but McIntyre fights out of it. McIntyre applies a sleeper hold. Kross fights back and hits a Doomsday Saito. Kross goes for a Kross Hammer, but McIntyre hits a Future Shock DDT. McIntyre sets up for a Claymore Kick, but Scarlett distracts him by climbing the cage. Kross applies a sleeper. McIntyre fights out, but Kross hits a Kross Hammer. Kross taunts the crowd before he starts to climb the cage. Kross has himself over the top of the cage, but McIntyre cuts him off. McIntyre stands on the top rope and pulls Kross off the top of the cage into a superplex! Wow!
McIntyre signals to the referee to open the door. As he crawls near it, Scarlett sprays McIntyre and the official with pepper spray! Kross goes to exit, but McIntyre grabs him. McIntyre attacks him and hits a big Claymore Kick. Scarlett locks the cage door shut. McIntyre instead starts to climb the cage. Scarlett frantically starts to unlock the cage door to get Kross out. McIntyre drops down to the floor before Kross does.
Winner by Escaping the Cage: Drew McIntyre
Two SUVs pull into Mrsool Park. The Bloodline comes out. Byron Saxton asks Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns about Logan Paul saying all he needs is one lucky punch. Reigns walks off on him. Paul Heyman mocks Byron Saxton for his question.
6-Man Tag Team Match
The Judgment Day (Finn Bálor, Damian Priest, and Dominik Mysterio) w/ Rhea Ripley vs. The O.C. (AJ Styles, Luke Gallows, and Karl Anderson)
Rhea Ripley has her hair styled like “the late, great Beth Phoenix,” who the Judgment Day viciously attacked at Extreme Rules.
Finn Bálor starts against Karl Anderson. They exchange waistlocks. Michael Cole says Karl Anderson is the current NEVER Openweight Champion for New Japan Pro Wrestling. Anderson knocks Bálor back. Damian Priest tags in, so Luke Gallows tags in as well. They lock up, and Cole puts over the international credentials of Gallows and Anderson. Gallows shoulder tackles Priest, but he doesn’t go down. Priest knocks Gallows back, but Gallows quickly fights back. Gallows takes him down and tags AJ Styles in. Priest quickly takes Styles down. Dominik Mysterio wants to be tagged in. Styles hits Mysterio with a backbreaker. Styles hits a snapmare and kicks him in the back for a two-count. Anderson tags in and attacks Mysterio. Anderson boots Mysterio in the face and tags Styles in. Styles attacks Mysterio in the corner. Gallows tags in and avalanches him before hitting a scoop slam. Gallows drops an elbow for a two-count. Styles tags in and continues to attack Mysterio. Anderson tags in, but Mysterio quickly gets out of the ring and begs them off. Bálor gets in the ring to distract the referee, allowing Priest to boot Anderson down at ringside. Mysterio gets Anderson in the ring for a two-count.
Mysterio taunts the crowd and gyrates a la Eddie Guerrero. Priest tags in and tags Anderson down for a two count. Priest hits a Broken Arrow and tags Mysterio in. Mysterio hits a slingshot senton and tags Bálor in. Bálor tags Priest, and they hit Anderson with a backbreaker/leg drop combo for a near fall. Priest applies a surfboard stretch. Bálor tags back in and taunts The O.C. Bálor applies a chin lock to Anderson. Anderson fights up, but Bálor holds him back from making a tag. Bálor whips Anderson hard into the corner and tags Priest in. Anderson knocks him back and attacks Bálor and Mysterio on the apron. Priest stops Anderson from making the tag and knocks Gallows off the apron. Anderson ducks a clothesline and hits Priest with a neckbreaker. Bálor runs in, but Anderson throws him out. Bálor quickly pulls Styles off the apron before he tags in. In the ring, Anderson hits a spinebuster on Priest.
Gallows and Mysterio tag in. Gallows pulls Mysterio into the ring the hard way and turns him inside out with a clothesline. Gallows takes Priest down and hits Mysterio with a diving shoulder. Gallows gets Bálor out of the ring and hits Mysterio with a slam. Anderson tags in. They go for a Magic Killer on Mysterio, but Priest breaks it up. Gallows is sent out of the ring. Mysterio rolls Anderson up for a two-count. They then take each other out with a double clothesline.
Bálor and Styles tag in. Styles takes Bálor down and hits a running forearm. Styles takes Priest out and hits Mysterio with a vicious knee. Styles shoulders Bálor away and hits an ushigoroshi. Styles sets up for a Styles Clash, but Bálor powers him to the corner. Styles takes him down for a Calf Crusher, but Bálor counters into a Figure Four Leglock. Anderson breaks it up, so Mysterio sends him out of the ring. Gallows slams Mysterio, and Priest gets Gallows out. Styles hits Priest with a Pele Kick. Bálor takes Styles down for a near fall. Bálor goes to the top rope, but Styles cuts him off. Mysterio grabs Styles’ foot, so Anderson attacks him. Anderson and Gallows get Priest and Mysterio in the electric chair position. We then get stereo electric chairs and a superplex from Styles to Bálor all at the same time!
Rhea Ripley talks strategy to Bálor. Bálor puts Styles on the apron, but Mysterio distracts the referee. Ripley gets Styles in the electric chair and slams him on the apron! Bálor hits a Woo Dropkick into the corner. Bálor hits Styles with a VICOUS Coup de Grâce for the win!
Winners by Pinfall: The Judgment Day
Video Package: Braun Strowman vs. Omos
Omos vs. Braun Strowman
Braun Strowman steps up to Omos, and Omos stands over him. Omos puts his arm up and talks some trash. Strowman agrees to the test of strength, but Omos quickly powers him down. Omos knees Strowman in the midsection and hits an elbow to the skull in the corner. Omos chokes Strowman and talks some trash. Omos then whips Strowman hard to the opposite corner. Omos avalanches him and gets him to his feet. Omos hits the ropes and hits a big boot before talking trash. Omos says he’s the only giant in WWE. Omos hits the ropes and kicks Strowman in the ribs. Strowman is knocked out of the ring.
Omos reaches over the top rope and pulls Strowman up by his head. Strowman quickly snaps him off the top rope. Omos quickly fights back with a scoop slam on the Monster of all Monsters! Omos puts a foot on Strowman’s chest for a one-count. Strowman fights back and goes for a scoop slam, but he can’t lift the enormous Omos. Omos easily lifts Strowman, holds him up, and hits a scoop slam! Omos beats him down in the corner and continues to talk trash. Omos then throws Strowman across the ring! Omos pulls Strowman up to his feet, but Strowman grabs him by the throat. Strowman breaks Omos’ grip and punches away at him. Omos stumbles back, so Strowman continues the attack. Omos angrily charges, but Strowman goes for a clothesline over the top rope. Omos doesn’t go over, so Strowman angrily powers him over! Strowman goes outside for a Strowman Express, but Omos counters with an avalanche. Omos gets Strowman in the ring and goes for a Tree Slam. Strowman powers out, so Omos knees him in the midsection. Omos talks some trash and charges, but Strowman sidesteps him. Strowman hits an unreal Running Powerslam for the victory!
Winner by Pinfall: Braun Strowman
Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship
The Usos (Jimmy and Jey Uso) (c’s) vs. The Brawling Brutes (Ridge Holland and Butch)
Butch starts against Jimmy Uso. Butch quickly takes Jey Uso out and takes Jimmy down for a two-count. Jimmy quickly gets out of the ring to talk strategy with his brother. As this is Saudi Arabia, “the Honorary Uce” Sami Zayn isn’t with them because of fear for his safety over his Syrian heritage. Butch takes the Usos out with a dive to the floor and gets Jimmy in the ring. Butch wrenches the arm and stomps the elbow. Butch applies a hammerlock, but Jimmy slams him off by the hair. Jey Uso tags in and stomps away at Butch. The crowd chants, “We want Sami.” Jimmy tags in and attacks Butch in the corner. Butch counters a running hip attack and hits a tornado DDT.
Ridge Holland and Jey Uso tag in. Holland runs over him with shoulder tackles before hitting Jimmy with a scoop slam. Holland goes back and forth, avalanching Jimmy and Jey in the corner. Holland puts Jimmy and Jey on his shoulders and slams them for a near fall! Holland gets Jey on the apron and hits the 10 Beats of the Bodhran in homage to Sheamus. Jimmy pulls Jey off the apron to save him. Holland then runs over Jey with a shoulder tackle at ringside. Jimmy goes for a suicide dive, but Holland punches him out of midair. Holland puts Jimmy’s arm on the steel steps, and Butch stomps the arm in revenge for the injury to Sheamus. Holland gets Jey in the ring and hits a swinging slam for a near fall. Butch tags in. Jey tries to surprise him with a superkick, but Butch puts the brakes on. Butch hits a moonsault block. Holland and Butch start exchanging blows with The Usos. Jey superkicks Butch down and tags Jimmy in. Jimmy goes for an Uso Splash, but Butch catches him in a submission attempt. Butch is trying to break Jimmy’s fingers. Jimmy desperately tags Jey in. Jimmy powers Butch up, and Jey superkicks him. The Usos hit Butch with stereo splashes. Jey covers, but Holland breaks it up. Butch snaps Jey’s injured wrist. Holland tags in and hits White Noise, but Jey just barely kicks out!
The Brawling Brutes send Jimmy into the corner. In the ring, they hit Jey with a double-team superkick/slam combo, but Jimmy breaks up the pin. Brawling breaks out before The Usos hit Holland with a double superkick. Jey cuts Butch off on the top rope. Jey pulls Butch off the top rope into the 1D for the victory!
Winners by Pinfall and still Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions: The Usos
The Usos will go for the record as the longest-reigning Tag Team Champions in WWE history this Friday on SmackDown. They will face The New Day, the current holders of the record.
Raw Women’s Championship – Last Woman Standing
Bayley vs. Bianca Belair (c)
Bayley attacks Belair and whips her hard into the corner. The referee counts Belair down, but she kips up at 3. Belair hits Bayley with a trio of scoop slams before sending her out of the ring. Bayley gets to her feet and gets a kendo stick from under the ring. Bayley gets in the ring and swings, but Belair avoids it. The kendo stick gets knocked out of the ring and somehow lands on top of the barricade perfectly. That’ll never happen again for the rest of wrestling history. Even the commentators had to say something about it.
Bayley grabs a steel chair, but Belair dropkicks the chair into her face. Belair kips up again. Bayley rolls out of the ring to recover and brings a ladder out. Belair grabs at her, but Bayley snaps her off the second rope. Bayley puts the ladder in the ring. Belair hits Bayley with a textbook plancha. The steps are repositioned, and Belair goes to slam Bayley onto them. Bayley slides off and pulls her down by the braid. Bayley grabs Belair and hits a suplex on the floor. Bayley sets the chair up and sits Belair down on it. Bayley stands on top of the barricade and hits a diving clothesline to knock Belair off the chair! Belair gets to her feet before being counted down.
Bayley then gets a table from under the ring, which always gets a big reaction. Bayley sets the table up, but Belair fights back. Belair hits a delayed vertical suplex on the ramp. Bayley gets to her feet at 7. Belair knocks Bayley into the barricade. Bayley feigns a knee injury and blindsides Belair. Bayley gets Belair in the ring and attacks her with the steel chair. Bayley puts the chair on top of Belair and goes to the top rope. Belair throws the chair into Bayley’s face, and Bayley falls to the apron. Bayley pulls Belair down and wedges her against the apron and the steps. Bayley puts the ladder over the steps to try to trap Belair, but that doesn’t work. Bayley attacks her with the kendo stick, knocking her down again. Belair gets up and knocks Bayley back. Belair has some trouble lifting the steps and throws them, but Bayley avoids it. Belair then slams Bayley onto the steps. Bayley is up to her feet at 8.
Bayley runs away from a kendo stick shot. Belair chases Bayley up the ramp and destroys the kendo stick on her body with shot after shot. Bayley desperately comes back with a Bayley-To-Belly on the stage! Both are up before the final count. Bayley grabs a road case and hits Belair with it, knocking her into it. Belair is trapped, but she explodes out before the count of 10. Belair goes for a KOD on the stage, but Bayley counters with a crossface. Belair appears to be passed out, but she gets to her feet.
Bayley gets in a golf cart and drives it 2 mph at Belair. Belair has to stand there and look terrified before “miraculously” jumping out of the way. Belair gets Bayley on top of the golf cart and punches away at her. Belair drives the golf cart down to ringside with Bayley still on top. Belair tries to slam her off the cart through the table at ringside, but Bayley overshoots. Belair has to think on her feet and powerbomb her through the table. Bayley gets up at 9.
Belair throws a bunch of chairs into the ring and slams Bayley onto them. Belair puts a chair on Bayley’s midsection and goes to the top rope. Belair goes for a 450 splash, but she crashes and burns into the chair pile when Bayley moves! Belair barely makes it to her feet at 9. Bayley attacks her from behind and sets up the ladder on its side. Bayley attacks Belair with a steel chair, smashing it on her back. Bayley sets the chair up for a Rose Plant, but Belair blocks it. Belair hits a KOD through the chair, but it got kind of pushed out of the way. Rough landing for Bayley. Belair sandwiches Bayley in the ladder and pushes it under the bottom turnbuckle to “lock her in.” Bayley cannot answer the 10 count.
Winner and still Raw Women’s Champion: Bianca Belair
Bray Wyatt makes a long entrance to the ring. Drones in the sky show his new firefly logo. Wyatt is in the ring, and the fireflies are out in the crowd. Wyatt introduces himself to the crowd. There was a time he would have done anything to make sure they knew exactly who he was. Wyatt comes from a very prestigious family. It’s a wrestling family. Some might say that they’re even larger than life. From the time he was a little child, all he wanted to be was great. Great wasn’t good enough. Wyatt wanted to be greater than the rest of them. Wyatt wanted to be greater than all of them. A “Yes, you are” chant picks up. Wyatt says that’s the point. He did what he thought he needed to do. Wyatt made a monster of himself and wore that mask with pride. It didn’t take long to figure out that when he wore that mask, he no longer felt pain or needed to be afraid. In that mask, he was completely untouchable. That type of thing feels good. Sensations like that are just about impossible to quit. That’s how Wyatt felt. Wyatt found himself in a kingdom of nothingness, sitting on an island by himself. The monster he made himself into destroyed him, and ran off everyone he ever loved.
Wyatt sat there alone with no one to love him. A “We love you” chant picks up. Wyatt says people love the idea of him and the things he’s capable of. Wyatt doesn’t love himself. This doesn’t have to be the ending of his story. That’s not the man he wants to be remembered as. His name is Bray Wyatt. Wyatt repeats this a few times. Wyatt is here to rewrite the ending of his story.
Images of Uncle Howdy flash on the screen. Uncle Howdy asks why he wears a mask. Wyatt can fool them, but not Uncle Howdy. The truth is Wyatt is going to go too far. Why wait? When he does give in, he’ll remember how good it feels. If he’s worried about the aftermath, don’t take the mask off. Uncle Howdy says, “Tell me I’m wrong!”
Video Package: Undisputed WWE Universal Championship
Undisputed WWE Universal Championship
Logan Paul vs. Roman Reigns (c) w/ Paul Heyman
The bell rings, and they circle around the ring before locking up. Reigns powers Paul back to the corner and shows him up. They lock up again, and Paul tries to drive Reigns to the corner, but he turns it on him. Paul talks a little trash. Reigns shoves him, so Paul shoves him back. They go back and forth arguing before Paul throws a wild haymaker, which Reigns avoids. Reigns gets out of the ring and makes Paul go on the ice as he takes his time. Reigns slowly gets in the ring. Paul shouts, “Stop running, Tribal Chief.” They lock up, and Reigns powers him to the corner before punching him in the midsection. Reigns sends him into the ropes and hits a back elbow. Reigns saunters around the ring and looks very confident. Reigns hits a suplex for a one-count. Paul fights back, but Reigns shoulder tackles him down. Paul quickly leapfrogs Reigns as he hits the ropes and hits a hip drop. Paul then clotheslines Reigns out of the ring. Paul Heyman looks surprised.
Paul goes outside to continue the attack on Reigns, but Reigns stuns him with a strike and throws him into the timekeeper’s area. Reigns taunts the crowd. Paul then wipes Reigns out with a diving cross-body block off the barricade. Paul gets Reigns in the ring and hits a Buckshot Lariat for a near fall! Paul Heyman looked terrified there. Paul goes to the apron and goes for a slingshot punch, but Reigns punches him out of midair for a near fall.
Reigns stands over Paul and stomps him. Reigns connects with a back suplex for a one-count. Reigns applies a long chin lock to Paul. A beautiful drone shot of Mrsool Park is shown from the outside, over the open stadium, and all the way to the ringside area. Paul fights up, so Reigns clubs away at him and clotheslines him down for a near fall. Reigns attacks Paul and puts the chin lock back on. Reigns talks trash about Paul being on YouTube. Wade Barrett says Reigns is trying to break Logan Paul’s back and make him humble, a reference to the legendary shoot interview by The Iron Shiek, but there’s a big piece of that reference he left out. Paul fights up and slams Reigns down.
Paul gets to his feet and takes Reigns down with some elbows. Paul lifts Reigns, but he slides off. Paul goes to the second rope and hits a diving blockbuster for a near fall. Paul takes his time getting to his feet, so Reigns kicks him. Reigns sends him into the ropes, but Paul comes back with a Superman Punch! Reigns is down and looks dazed. Paul kips up, and the crowd is getting louder. Paul goes to the top rope and hits a diving cross-body block, followed by a standing moonsault for a near fall. Paul starts to “tune up the band” a la Shawn Michaels, but Reigns blocks Sweet Chin Music and hits a uranage for a near fall.
Reigns taunts the crowd and goes for a Superman Punch, but Paul sidesteps him. Paul CRUSHES Reigns with a right hand. Paul follows up with a Superman Punch, but Reigns JUST BARELY kicks out!
Reigns is rubbing his jaw in pain and looks out of it. Reigns rolls out of the ring to recover. Paul goes outside and clears the Arabic commentary table. Paul takes a phone from a member of his entourage and starts running a video on the man’s phone. Paul makes his way to the top rope and hits a WILD frog splash through Reigns and the commentary table! Unreal!
The Usos run down to check on The Tribal Chief. They attack both members of Paul’s entourage. They get them in the ring and wipe them out with superkicks. Jake Paul makes his way to the ring to save his brother. Jake Paul gets in the ring and squares off with The Usos. Jake Paul flattens Jey Uso with a right hand before giving Jimmy Uso the same. Logan Paul shakes hands with his brother. Logan puts Reigns in the ring and hits a frog splash, but Reigns kicks out again! Unreal! Jake Paul argues the count with the referee.
Solo Sikoa’s music hits, and he starts to make his way down to ringside. Sikoa squares off with Jake Paul, but officials run down to separate them. The Usos have Jake Paul cornered, so Logan Paul wipes them out with a diving plancha! Wow! Logan gets in the ring, and Reigns catches him with a Superman Punch. Reigns follows up with a spear to pin Logan Paul!
Winner by Pinfall and still Undisputed WWE Universal Champion: Roman Reigns
Roman Reigns goes up the ramp with The Bloodline. Reigns is holding his jaw in pain. Logan Paul got in his lucky shots, but it wasn’t enough. Reigns poses and a huge fireworks display goes off. Reigns celebrates big time as the show comes to an end.
Video Package: WWE Crown Jewel highlights