Welcome to Ringside News’ live results, highlights, winners and reactions for the 2022 edition of SummerSlam. Start time for tonight’s show is 7:00 PM EST with the Kick-Off Show. Match-by-match highlights and results from the show will take place on this very page, so you should update frequently to get the latest happenings. Feel free to leave any reactions in the comment section below.

SummerSlam is WWE’s second biggest show of the year, and the 35th annual edition of the premium live event boasts a solid lineup. SummerSlam 2022 will be headlined by Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar. The Tribal Chief unified the Universal and WWE Championships at WrestleMania 38. Lesnar returned to WWE a couple of weeks ago and laid out Reigns with an F5. The two will settle their score once and for all in a Last Man Standing Match tonight.

Liv Morgan and Ronda Rousey will work the second last match of the night. The card, as always, is subject to change. Morgan won the Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match on July 2nd. She cashed-in her contract the very same night on Rousey. The Miracle Kid was officially moved to the blue brand a week after her big win. Morgan will run it back with The Baddest Woman on the Planet tonight at SummerSlam.

The rest of tonight’s card features a United States Championship Match between Bobby Lashley and Theory. Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos will also put their title on the line against The Street Profits. Plus, the Judgment Day looks to put an end to the legacy of Rey Mysterio as they take on The Mysterios in a No Disqualification Match. Pat McAfee squares off against Baron Corbin while Logan Paul makes his singles debut against The Miz.

Seth Rollins is also expected to work tonight’s premium live event. The Visionary took out supposed SummerSlam opponent Riddle with a vicious Curb Stomp on the steel steps this past Monday on Raw. The Original Bro suffered a stinger as a result of the heinous assault and isn’t medically cleared to compete in the match. Rollins’ opponent is expected to be revealed during the night. As for the opening match, Bianca Belair will take on Becky Lynch for the Raw Women’s Championship.

And that’s the preview for tonight’s Money In The Bank premium live event. Our live coverage will begin from 7:00 PM right here. Let us know if you’re excited about any of it and remember to hit the refresh link below and enjoy the show!

Undisputed WWE Universal championship

Roman Reigns (c) vs. Brock Lesnar (last man standing)

WWE United States championship

Bobby Lashley (c) vs. Theory

Undisputed WWE tag team championship

The Usos (Jey Uso and Jimmy Uso) (c) vs. The Street Profits (Angelo Dawkins and Montez Ford)

SmackDown women’s championship:

Liv Morgan (c) vs. Ronda Rousey

RAW women’s championship

Bianca Belair vs. Becky Lynch

No disqualification match: The Mysterios vs. Finn Balor and Damian Priest (The Judgement Day)

Seth Rollins vs. ???

Pat McAfee vs. Happy Corbin

The Miz vs. Logan Paul

Kick-Off Show

The show kick-offs with Kayla Braxton welcoming viewers in attendance and at home watching to the premium live event. Kayla introduces an all-star panel of Jerry Lawler, Booker T, Peter Rosenberg, and Kevin Patrick. They review the lineup for the show. The camera then pans to The Bump’s co-host Matt Camp, who is standing among a group of fans inside the Nissan Stadium. Camp asks fans to name their pick for the winners of some of the most anticipated matches on the card tonight.

We see the promo for Bianca Belair and Becky Lynch’s match at SummerSlam 2022. The panelists name their pick for the match. Booker T notes that it’s Bianca Belair’s time. The King respectfully disagrees that it’s Becky Lynch’s comeback story and that Belair completed her comeback at WrestleMania 38. Peter Rosenberg calls Bianca the future of WWE and says that it’s her time to shine.

Next up for discussion is Pat McAfee versus Baron Corbin. Kayla Braxton says the feud is the most entertaining thing going on in the WWE. Rosenberg says McAfee has delivered in all of the three matches he’s participated in so far, but adds that Corbin might be his toughest opponent so far. The King brings up McAfee’s past as a punter and notes that he’s against a legitimate fighter. Booker T agrees with King and says that McAfee needs to be taught a lesson. The panel is split between Corbin and McAfee.

The panel brings up The Mysterios versus Judgment Day. We see JD’s beatdown of Rey and humiliation of his family last week on Raw. Booker T says things have got real for Rey and the crowd will see a more darker side of Rey tonight at SummerSlam. The King says you can’t trust Judgment Day because they stabbed their own founder in the back. Booker T chimes in by saying that the group is too strong for The Mysterios to beat.

Logan Paul versus The Miz is up for discussion next. Kayla Braxton jokes about The Miz’s balls, which has been the focal point of his feud with Logan Paul so far. Greg Miller, who replaced Peter Rosenberg, says he has been wanting for Paul to lose ever since he brought a bad name to YouTubers – but admits The Maverick will bring a new type of energy to tonight’s match.

We see Theory with the briefcase. The former United States Champion brags about his career defining moment at Money in the Bank. Theory says he is looking forward to making more history at SummerSlam tonight.

SummerSlam

We’re shown scenes from the jam packed Nissan Stadium in Nashville Stadium. People are still arriving at the stadium for the biggest part of the summer. Jimmy Smith welcomes the fans to the main show and introduces his broadcast partners in Byron Saxton and Corey Graves.

Raw Women’s Championship Match

Bianca Belair (c) vs. Becky Lynch

Becky Lynch arrives to the ring first. The announcers note how Lynch is supporting a smirking on her face. Bianca Belair is next. The E.S.T receives a huge ovation as she makes her way to the ring. Corey Graves notes that Bianca Belair has become unstoppable ever since she won the Raw Women’s Championship from Big Time Becky at WrestleMania 38. The crowd chants E.S.T as Bianca stands on the apron.

The bell rings and the two engage in a traditional test of strength. Bianca shows off tremendous strength as she attempts to control Lynch on the Matt. Several athletic moves from Bianca but Becky manages to get her on the ground. Lynch works the champion’s arm and taunts her to get up. More offense game from Big Time Becks dismantles the E.S.T. Lynch delivers a couple of kicks to the left arm of Bianca, who takes down Becky with a drop kick, followed by a moonsault.

The two take the fight to the outside. Bianca attempts a KOD on the outside but Lynch counters it by putting her arm first on the barricade. Lynch then drags Bianca to the ring for the count, but Bianca kicks out. Lynch tries to hit an exploder but Bianca counters. Lynch throws Bianca to the rope and hits her with a kick to the back. Lynch continues to ramp up her offense.

The intense exchange continues between the two until they both go on the outside again. Bianca picks up the steam with a huge KOD to the outside. Bianca goes inside. Lynch manages to make it in time. Bianca couldn’t believe her eyes. She attempts another KOD but Lynch dodges. Bianca plants her with a spinebuster. Belair goes to the top room. Lynch stops her and tries to bring her down with a superplex. Lynch grabs the braids to bring her to the mat and hit her with a devastating manhandle slam. Belair escapes at the last possible second.

Two rollups and Becky still kicks out. The two go again to the top right. Bianca delivers a huge spanish fly from the top rope and follows it with another KOD. 1, 2, 3 and Belair retains her title.

Winner and still Raw Women’s Champion: Bianca Belair

Saxton notes that redemption belongs to the E.S.T. Bianca lifts the title for the crowd to see. Lynch approaches her and extends her hand. The two shake their hands and hug it out and Lynch acknowledges Bianca as the Raw Women’s Champion. Bianca goes to the top rope to celebrate but is stopped as Bayley’s music hit. The crowd goes wild as the multiple-time women’s champion enters the arena. Bayley stops midway and the crowd hears another music. It’s Dakota Kai and she’s back in the WWE.

Corey Graves says Dakota Kai is not even under WWE contract. Bianca waits for them to enter the ring but hears another music. It’s Io Shirai. The former NXT Women’s Champion joins Bayley and Kai as they have a stare down with the Raw Women’s Champion. The three then enter the ring. Bianca is all alone until Lynch comes to the ring, making it two against three. The crowd goes nuts on the sight and want the five to tear it apart but Bayley, Io and Kai exit the ring.

Logan Paul vs. The Miz

The Miz enters first. The A-lister is accompanied by Maryse and Ciampa. All three are wearing green. Maryse is grabbing Miz’s signature ‘gigantic balls.’ Logan Paul enters next. He is in his Pokemon-inspired gear. Paul also apparently has a new entrance music. The commentary team sells Logan Paul’s potential. Saxton says he’s in-experienced but adds he could be the best version of himself tonight.

The two start it off with a traditional lock up. The Miz takes Paul to the ropes and slaps him in the chest. The Miz continues to mock Paul with some slick moves. Paul dodges the Miz’s offense and hits him with a slam. Paul taunts Miz by shoving him away with a boot to the face. Miz gets send out with a clothesline. Paul delivers a moonsault from the apron to an ovation from the crowd.

The two get back inside the ring. The Miz delivers a couple of chops but Paul counters with some chops of his own. The Miz delivers double knees to chest from the second rope. Paul is on the ropes but Ciampa delivers a sneak punch to the face. The Miz continues his offense on the Maverick. A chin lock slows down Logan but The Miz is bothered by the chants for tiny balls from the crowd. Paul avoids a running knee and hits Miz with a blockbuster. Great display of agility from Paul. Miz runs into a clothesline. A couple of moves but the A0lister kicks out. Logan Paul brings out a couple of it kicks. Paul applies a figure four and The Miz screams in pain.

The match continues. Paul gets to the top rope once again and brings down Miz with a huge cross body, followed by a standing moonsault. Another kick out from The Miz. Ciampa attempts another sneak hit but is caught by the referee who sends him backstage. Ciampa gets frustrated and brings out a chair to sit on it, refusing to leave. AJ Styles’ music hits and The Phenomenal One catches Ciampa with a huge forearm. They disappear into the crowd and Paul pops out a phenomenal forearm of his own.

Paul sets up the commentary table for a splash from the top. The Maryse tries to stop him but Paul tells her to watch him. The Maverick delivers a huge frog splash onto The Miz from the top rope through the announce table. Maryse stops the three count, allowing Miz to attempt a sneak attack, but its Maryse instead of Paul, puts out the A-lister with a Skull Crushing Finale for the win.

Winner: Logan Paul

Paul looks into the camera after the match and says that’s how the champ does it.

We see Brock Lesnar’s journey to superstardom. The vignette is followed by a Pure Life sponsorship for Maximum Male Models ma.çé’ and mån.sôör. Max Dupri says Pure Life is the water for MMM and he’s joined by Maxxine Dupri and their two associates. Roman Reigns vignette’s for the Last Match Standing match is shown next.

United States Championship Match

Bobby Lashley (c) vs. Theory

Theory enters the ring to a chorus of boos. Theory has his Money in the Bank briefcase and flexes big time inside the ring. The commentary team hypes up the possibility of Theory cashing in his contract tonight. Bobby Lashley enters the ring next to a great ovation. Theory hits Lashley with the briefcase before the bell. Lashley asks the referee to ring the bell and Theory immediately runs for the offense. A couple of punches and a bulldog puts down Lashley.

Theory continues his assault but is slowed by Lashley who comes back with a huge one-arm slam to Mr. Money in the Bank. Theory goes outside and grabs his briefcase. Theory tells the referee to count to ten as he has no intentions of getting inside the ring. Lashley stops Theory in his tracks and sends him crashing into the barricade. The two re-enter the ring and Theory delivers a huge dropkick to the champion. Theory runs but is dropped face-first to the mat.

The two exchange blows amid cheers and boos for the face and the heel. Lashley drops Theory with a running powerslam. Lashley runs for the spear but Theory jumps in time, causing Lashley to hit the turnbuckle. Theory attempts to hit the final blow but is caught by Lashley who lifts him on top of his head. Lashley then grabs Theory for the Hurt Lock and forces him to tap out.

Winner and still United States Champion: Bobby Lashley

No Disqualification Tag Team Match

Judgment Day vs. The Mysterios

The Judgment Day makes their entrance first. We are shown their heinous assault on Rey Mysterio from Raw this past week. The commentary team notes that the group tried to destroy Rey Mysterio’s big moment. The Mysterios arrives next. Jimmy Smith notes the family has never backed down from any challenge. Rey and Dominik immediately go after Finn Balor and Priest who are waiting for them inside the ring. Rey and puts down Balor with a hurricanrana. Dominik hits a suicide dive on Priest outside the ring. Dominik tags Rey and the two double team on Finn Balor.

Balor drops Rey to the outside and immediately goes after Dominik. Balor chokes Dominik with the ropes. He makes the tag to Priest who almost takes Dominik’s head off with a leg drop. Another punch to Dominik, followed by a chokehold. The crowd cheers for the young wrestler to get up. Dominik attempts to get out of the hold but is put down by a kick to the face. Balor gets tagged in and mocks Rey by doing the Eddie Guerrero pose. Judgment Day continues with their offense on Dominik, who retaliates with a neck breaker.

Dominik finally makes the tag to his father who makes quick work of Judgment Day. Rey takes down Priest with a drop kick and punches Balor. A weapon is finally introduced to the match as Rey grabs the chair from Balor and hits Priest with it. A sliding chair hit takes out Balor outside. Priest gets back on his feet and attempts a chokeslam, but that gets reversed into a 619. Fin makes the tag in time and stops Rey with a huge clothesline.

Rey hits Finn with a superrana from the top rope. Priest stops the two count and poses for a Razor’s Edge. A team work from The Mysterios stop the momentum. Rhea Ripley gets physical as she prevents the father and son duo from hitting a double 619. Finn tells Rhea to bring him a chair, but is stopped due to a similar music. Edge is back and has a customized Brood music as his theme. The Rated R Superstar lays out Priest with big boot to the outside. Balor gets levelled with a spear. Priest has the same fate in store for him. The Mysterios hit Balor with a double 619. Rey gets the pin… 1, 2, 3.

Winner: The Mysterios

Edge stands tall with The Mysterios as Judgment Day looks in disgust.

Pat McAfee vs. Baron Corbin

Michael Cole is now on commentary with Corey Graves for McAfee’s match against Corbin. Happy Corbin gets his entrance first. Corbin is still making his entrance when he hears a choir singing “Bum Ass Corbin.” Pat McAfee is up next. The SmackDown commentator gets a huge ovation as he makes his way to the biggest party of the summer.

Michael Cole brings up Corbin’s wrestling credentials. Corbin starts taunting McAfee as son as the bell rings. McAfee tells him that the crowd is chanting “bum ass Corbin.” McAfee deliver a superkick to start the match and takes out Corbin to the outside. Corbin attempts to slam him to the ring first but McAfee counters. They re-enter the ring. McAfee places Corbin on the top rope for a superplex. Corbin pushed him away but McAfee lands on his feet, courtesy of a moonsault. Corbin puts him down with a running drop kick. Corbin throws him to the other side of the ring.

The two take the fight to the outside. Corbin throws McAfee to the barricade. They get back inside. Corbin works the crowd before grabbing McAfee by the neck, who tries to escape. Corbin delivers a huge Deep Six but McAfee recovers and sends him to the floor outside. Corbin throws McAfee onto the announcer’s desk. Corbin is now doing commentary for his match. He then shoves off Michael Cole. Corbin gets to the top rope but McAfee jumps and hits him with a superplex. McAfee attempts a pin but Corbin kicks out in the nick of time.

The two struggle to get up as the crowd chants. A couple of blows are exchanged and Corbin pushes McAfee to the post. McAfee avoids a tackle and gets on the top rope as Corbin lays outside. A huge dive takes out both men. The fight gets back to the ring. Corbin attempts End of Days but McAfee shoves him onto the referee. McAfee follows it with a low blow, a payback for what Corbin did to him on SmackDown this week. McAfee does a ‘suck it’ gesture and finishes the match with a second rope roll up pin.

Winner: Pat McAfee

McAfee goes to the announcer’s desk and does the ‘suck it’ gesture to Corey Graves. He shakes hands with Michael Cole before drinking a beer with the crowd.

The crowd in Nissan Stadium is introduced to Drew McIntyre who cuts a promo about his future shot at the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship at Clash of the Castle on September 3. Drew has Angela in his hands and talks about the possibility of facing Brock Lesnar or Roman Reigns at the stadium show in Cardiff. McIntyre asks a fan his name, who says its Cole. The crowd starts chanting “Cole.” McIntyre promises to win the title at Clash of the Castle.

Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship Match

The Usos (c) vs. The Street Profits with Jeff Jarrett as Special Guest Referee

Jeff Jarrett is introduced to the ring first. The Street Profits are next and are getting a special entrance for this year’s SummerSlam. A group of cheerleaders escort the challengers to the ring.

The Usos are up next. Michael Cole mentions that the Usos have been SmackDown Tag Team Champions for 376 days now. Cole predicts that match is going to steal the night. Jarrett takes charge as the special guest referee and calls for the bell to ring. Jimmy and Dawkins start off. Jarrett gets involved and separates the two men from being disqualified. A tag is made to Jey Uso who delivers a huge punch to Dawkins. Another tag is made and the brothers double team on Dawkins.

Jimmy gets the tag again and holds down Dawkins with a chin lock. The camera pans to the crowd at Nissan Stadium. Dawkins struggles to get out of the hold. Jarrett asks Jimmy to keep it clean. Dawkins manages to land a couple of blows but is brought down again. Jarrett pushes Jimmy away from Dawkins. Jimmy pays homage to Umaga with a hip thrust to Dawkins who is lying on te side ropes. Jimmy misses the second time and Dawkins knocks him down with a kick. A tag is made on both sides and Ford hits a body slam on Jey. A couple of kicks and a backplex follow. Ford attempts a pin after landing a standing moonsault.

Montez hits a running blockbuster on Jey but fails to get the winning pin. Jey reverses an Irish whip and hits Ford with a huge neck breaker. A two count is made and Jey tags Jimmy. Ford sends the two men out of the ring and tags Dawkins, who takes the Usos out with a running jump of the ropes. Dawkins hits Jimmy with a reversing neck breaker. A tag is made is Ford who pulls off a suplex. Dawkins gets the tag and lifts up the Uso for the Doomsday Device. A double superkick knocks out Ford. Jimmy hits a frog splash but doesn’t get the three count.

Jey gets tagged in and the brothers hit the double splash on Dawkins but Ford breaks the count. All four are now inside the ring as Jarrett stars the 10 count. Jimmy and Ford get up first. Ford throws Jimmy outside the ring. Jey attempts to it a superkick but Dawkins avoids it. Jarrett catches the kick, allowing Dawkins to plan Jey with a spinebuster. Ford gets the tag and delivers a huge frog splash. No count this time as well. Ford argues with Jarrett over the count and tags Dawkins.

Ford runs for the suicide dive but gets planed with a double superkick. Ford gets thrown into the crowd and Dawkins gets the double superkick next. The Usos then hit the assisted cutter on Dawkins. Ford attempts to make a save but it’s too late as the brothers retain the title.

Winners and still Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions: The Usos

The Usos exit the ring as the Profits look on in disbelief. Michael Cole says Roman Reigns will be extremely happy with the result. We see a video hyping up the return of Charlotte Flair. Kid Rock is then shown making out with a woman in the crowd.

Riddle enters the ring with a microphone in his hand. Riddle says he’s not medically cleared to compete and calls out Seth Rollins for a showdown. Seth’s music hits and he enters the arena as WWE officials try to talk some sense into the Visionary. The two get into a vicious brawl and enter the ring. Adam Pearce tries to stop Seth from hitting the curb stomp on Riddle but he does it. Seth then exits the ring as officials try to pick up Riddle.

SmackDown Women’s Championship Match

Liv Morgan (c) vs. Ronda Rousey

We have finally reached the co-main event of the night. Ronda Rousey makes her entrance first. Rousey walks to ring all fired up for her title shot against Morgan, who seems to be more over than her opponent at this point. Michael Cole mentions that Morgan is competing for the first time at SummerSlam. He also states that she is only one of three women who have pinned Ronda Rousey.

Referee calls for the bell and Ronda immediately lays out Morgan with an arm drag. A running knee to the face slows down the champion. Rousey picks Morgan for her finisher but Morgan counters. The two struggle for some time. Ronda again lifts Morgan who counters with a crucifix driver. Ronda applies an armbar outside the ropes. Ronda taunts the crowd before locking Morgan in an armbar. Morgan gets her foot on the ropes. Rousey continues the assault on the arms. Another armbar leads to nothing and Morgan gets to the ropes.

A ringside doctor asks Morgan if she is able to compete and she says yes. Ronda attempts another armbar and Morgan reverses with a pin but taps as soon as the ref’s hand counts to three. Morgan is declared the champion, much to Ronda’s disdain.

Winner and still SmackDown Woman’s Champion: Liv Morgan

Ronda argues with the referee about the result of the match. She attacks Morgan who is still selling the arm injury. The referee tries to stop Ronda but gets caught in the armbar. Shawn Daivari enters the ring to try and talk some sense into Ronda, who is livid. Morgan takes the title and walks away as Ronda stands inside the ring.

Kane is inside the ring and announces the attendance for tonight’s show. The Mayor of Knox County says the attendance is 48,449. Kane thanks the crowd before doing his signature pyro pose.

Undisputed WWE Universal Championship Match

Roman Reigns (c) vs. Brock Lesnar

We see a video package for Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar’s final clash. Theory is also featured in the promo. Roman Reigns makes his entrance first. Michael Cole mentions that SummerSlam is seeing a Last Man Standing match for the first time since the PPV’s inception. He says Reigns has been the Undisputed Champion for 680 days. The Tribal Chief is accompanied to the ring by Paul Heyman and The Usos. Reigns makes a slow walk to the ring.

Roman grabs a mic and tells the Nashville crowd to acknowledge him. The crowd stars chanting “Tribal Chief.” Brock Lesnar’s music hits. Michael Cole notes that Lesnar has been in more Summerslam matches than anyone else – nine times to be exact. The Beast stops midway in his entrance and goes straight for a tractor. Lesnar wears his country vest and hand and drives to the ring. Reigns is in disbelief as Lesnar is all smiles making his way to the ring.

Lesnar takes off his hat and stands on the tractor’s blade as Reigns argues with the referee. Lesnar cuts off the announcer and does his own introduction. The Tribal Chief hoists the titles on his hands but Brock jumps on him from the blade. The match gets extremely physical. Lesnar sends Reigns to the outside and hits him with a huge belly to belly suplex. Reigns is then dumped onto the other side of the barricade. Brock Lesnar tries to hit an F5 but Reigns counter and shoves him to the steel pillar outside.

Brock throws Reigns to the other side of the barricade and plants him with a German. Brock brings out a table. Paul Heyman pleads with Brock to stop, allowing Reigns to hit The Best with a Samoan Drop onto the table. Lesnar gets up on the count of seven but Reigns lays him out with the steel steps. Reigns put Brock through another table. but Brock manages to get up once again. Reigns deliver a superman punch inside the ring and puts down Lesnar with a spear.

Lesnar gets back up again at seven. Reigns attempts another spear but Brock lifts him up for an F5. Lesnar throws Reigns outside the ring and slams him onto a broken table. Referee begins the count for Reigns but The Tribal Chief beats it. Lesnar gets back in the tractor and lowers its blade. Lesnar hits Reigns with a broke table. Reigns get back up at eight and Lesnar drags him and puts him in the tractor blade.

Brock lifts Reigns with the tractor and throws him inside the ring. Reigns makes the count again and the crowd chants “This is Awesome.” Brock begins his barrage of German suplexes on Reigns.

Lesnar lifts reigns for an F5 and hits it this time. Lesnar is standing in the corner but reigns gets up at nine. Brock gets frustrated and attempts another F5 but Reigns counters it into a guillotine. Brock pops out a chokehold and the referee asks Lesnar to leave so that he can count to 10. Reigns once again make the count. Brock gets outside the ring and stars the tractor. Lesnar moves the entire ring with the tractor. Lesnar lifts the entire ring with the tractor, causing Reigns to fall out of it.

Brock exits the tractor and sets up the announcer’s table. The Usos interfere but Brock makes quick work of them. Heyman hands Brock the titles but gets laid out with an F5 on the announce table. Reigns takes advantage of the distraction and hits Lesnar with a spear. The two men make the count and Theory’s music hits. Mr. Money in the Bank hits Reigns with the briefcase. Lesnar stops Theory with an F5 but himself falls to a double superkick – courtesy of The Usos.

Reigns hit two spears on Brock but The Beast gets up both of the times. Reigns gets livid and hits both Theory and Brock with the briefcase. Brock gets up again but Reigns lays him out with the WWE Championship. Brock again gets up at nine. Reigns puts him out with the Universal Championship and The Bloodline buries Brock under the announcer’s table. The referee counts to 10 and Roman retains the title.

Winner and sill Undisputed WWE Universal Champion: Roman Reigns

Reigns collapses after the win and the Usos help him get up. The Bloodline hug Paul Heyman as Brock Lesnar lays on the other side. The commentary team makes a case for Reigns against Drew McIntyre at Clash at the Castle in the wake of his dominant win against Lesnar. Reigns lifts the titles as The Usos and Heyman stand behind him. Cole calls it the greatest Last Man Standing Match of all time as the show goes off the air.

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