A house show took place on last night at the most famous arena in the world, Madison Square Garden. It was a Smackdown-exclusive show where two Raw superstars were scheduled to make a special appearance.

It was a first-time main event ever in the WWE between two of the prize-fighters present in the WWE. Fans got a treat while watching Brock Lesnar taking on the former Universal Champion, Kevin Owens.
The match started in a rush as Owens attacked Brock Lesnar immediately after the bell rang. He took his opponent in the corner by delivering some punches. Then he connected with a cannonball following it with a top rope suplex. This came as a surprise to the fans in attendant.

The beast made a quick recovery into the contest, afterwards as he turned the ring into the Suplex City. He delivered the German suplexes for multiple times before putting Owens away with a huge F-5. The contest continued for more than two minutes.

The rest of the card was stacked up, as well. Shane McMahon kicked off the show ho returned to the Garden after eight long years. AJ Styles interrupted him to get into an impromptu match up with Randy Orton. The Viper picked up the win with a spectacular RKO to his opponent from the top rope.

Dean Ambrose retained his Intercontinental championship by putting away the Miz with a Dirty Deeds. The match was fatal-4-way which also featured Luke Harper and Baron Corbin.

The NXT women’s champion, Asuka made her main roster debut during an eight woman tag team contest. She teamed up with Becky Lynch, Tamina, and Nikki Bella to take on Natalya, Alexa Bliss, Mickie James and Carmella. Asuka made Carmella tap out to win the contest.

On the second main event of the night, John Cena squared off against Bray Wyatt for the WWE championship. The reigning champion retained by hitting a low blow since it was made a No Disqualification match. Cena further connected with an AA to send the crowd home, happily.

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