This was not the match that everyone wanting to see, yet it was really well built up by the Smackdown official team. Everybody wanted a better competition for AJ Styles, a championship match or maybe against some better opponent.
This was the first match of the show. Shane McMahon had been doing really good from the very beginning of the match. And AJ Styles, well he is already one of the bests in the business. You do not need to appreciate separately.
Fans kept for AJ Styles throughout the match. They literally booed Shane McMahon. But Shane performed really well. There was a point where Shane kept locking AJ in back to back submission maneuver which was a good situation to watch.
The match was booked for almost twenty-five minutes and it was really great. As we speculated, fans really enjoyed it thoroughly. There were kicking out from finishing maneuvers which was really exciting to watch. The match went really hardcore when the referee was down after AJ accidentally hit him. The hardcore period of the match was excellent.
Shane hit AJ with his signature high drop kick from one corner to other using the trash can. AJ got kicked out of this match which fans really could not believe. After that, Shane attempted to hit the high elbow on AJ placing him on the announce table. AJ moved aside and Shane landed straight on the announce table.
After this incident, AJ attempted to hit the phenomenal forearm which Shane countered into the DDT. He then went for the Shooting Star Press next which he missed as AJ moved aside again. What an amazing performance from Shane. AJ went for the phenomenal forearm next and he connected it. He pinned Shane after the Phenomenal forearm.
Winner – AJ Styles
Here is the video:
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