Here is Sportzwiki’s daily news round-up, featuring top sports news from around the world, on 23rd January 2018. Here’s all the news from sporting events like cricket, football, WWE, Tennis and other sports took over the attention of all the sports enthusiasts.
WWE Raw, 25th Anniversary Episode
The iconic 25th-anniversary episode of Raw started with the McMahon family taking the centre stage. Stephanie and Shane McMahon welcomed the brain behind the company Vince McMahon who came to the ring and praised himself. However, the Rattle Snake, ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin came out and gave Shane and Vince his famous Stone Cold Stunners.
Undertaker made an appearance at the Manhattan Center, as he hinted at his retirement.
John Cena returned to confront Elias. The veteran hit a five knuckle chuckle, but Elias struck back and hit Cena with his guitar.
DX re-united and made an appearance at the Manhattan Center. In the final segment, Brock Lesnar, Kane and Braun Strowman came face to face before the pay-per-view event, Royal Rumble. Brock Lesnar came straight up for revenge, but the monster among men stood tall in the end.
English Premier League, Matchday 24, Results
Swansea vs Liverpool
Liverpool’s fairytale run of being unbeaten in 18 consecutive matches and after beating the top placed team Manchester City last week came to a shocking end, as they lost to the last placed team in the league, Swansea City 1-0.
Australian Open, Men’s Single’s, Results
Kyle Edmund vs Grigor Dimitrov
Britain’s number two Kyle Edmund picked up the biggest victory of his career by knocking out the number three seed Grigor Dimitrov in the quarterfinal stage and book a place in the semi-final. Edmund won 6-4, 3-6, 6-3, 6-4.
Australian Open, Women’s Single’s, Results
Elise Mertens vs Elina Svitolina
Number four seed Elina Svitonlina was knocked out in the quarter-final stage, as she lost to Elise Mertens in straight sets to 6-4, 6-0
ICC Under-19 World Cup, 2018, Results
Australia (127) beat England (96) by 31 runs
West Indies 281/6 beat Ireland 278/8 by four wickets
Sri Lanka 419/4 beat Kenya 108 by 311 runs.