WWE Tulsa, OK, live results: Last man standing main event
Posted: Oct 9th 2017 By: Chance Stokes
- Finn Balor defeated Karl Anderson (w/ Luke Gallows)
This was a solid opener and Balor won with the Coup de Grace. Before the match, he mentioned that he saw a lot of Club activity and hinted at his past with Anderson and Gallows, but he said that was then and the only Club now is Balor Club.
- Rhyno, Heath Slater, Apollo Crews & R-Truth defeated Darren Young, Dash Wilder, Elias & Goldust
Elias sang a song putting down Tulsa before this. After the match, R-Truth had the crowd sing happy birthday to Rhyno and he thanked the fans.
- WWE Cruiserweight Champion Enzo Amore defeated Mustafa Ali in a non-title match
Amore came out to a strong face pop before cutting a promo on the town to get some heat.
- Raw Tag Team Champions Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose defeated Cesaro & Sheamus to retain their titles
This had pretty good back-and-forth action. The heels worked over Rollins until the hot tag to Ambrose, with the match ending when Ambrose hit the Dirty Deeds on Cesaro after a superkick. Sheamus carried Cesaro to the back after.
- Raw Women's Champion Alexa Bliss defeated Sasha Banks, Mickie James, and Nia Jax to retain her title
Bliss and Jax worked together at the beginning, but they fought when Jax went for a pin and Bliss broke it up. For the finish, Banks had James in the Banks Statement until Bliss came in and rolled up Banks for the win. Bliss ran off with the title as Jax chased her to the back.
- Matt Hardy & Jason Jordan defeated The Miz & Curtis Axel
Hardy got a big pop and there were "Delete" chants throughout. Miz toyed with the crowd before the match, getting the loudest heat of the night. Jordan hit a couple of big suplexes on Axel before Hardy hit the Twist of Fate to win.
- Roman Reigns defeated Braun Strowman in a last man standing match
This was a solid main event. Reigns got the biggest pop of the night, but there were a few boos.
Strowman used the steel steps as a weapon several times in this one. Reigns countered Strowman for a Samoan drop through a table at one point. He set up another table in the corner, hit a couple of Superman punches, and speared Strowman through it. Strowman got up right after the count, but it was too late.
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