WWE Great Balls of Fire – All the match results

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WWE Great Balls of Fire (2)

You shake my nerves and you rattle my brain, as too many title attempts drive a man insane. Bray Wyatt broke my will but it was a thrill, because goodness gracious Great balls of fire! The WWE’s latest pay per view kicked off last night from the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas. Big matches complemented by some solid feuds were on the card for the night. Here’s the quick hits straight out of Texas of what went down:

  • Intercontinental Champion The Miz def. Dean Ambrose
  • Raw Tag Team Champions Cesaro and Sheamus def. The Hardy Boyz (30-Minute WWE Iron Man Match)
  • Sasha Banks def. Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss via Count-out
  • WWE Cruiserweight Champion Neville def. Akira Tozawa
  • Bray Wyatt def. Seth Rollins
  • Big Cass def. Enzo Amore
  • Braun Strowman def. Roman Reigns (Ambulance Match)
  • Universal Champion Brock Lesnar def. Samoa Joe

WWE Great Balls of Fire (1)

Last night’s main event was an absolute slobber-knocker as WWE Universal champion Brock Lesnar retained his title. Barely. Samoa Joe wasn’t folling around, as he pounced on Lesnar before the bell even rang and put him through the announcers table. The two beasts slugged it out, with Joe taking a pair of trips to Suplex City in return for a Coquina Clutch and some heavy slams.

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Joe’s signature move proved to be his undoing, as Lesnar managed to counter the Coquina Clutch into an F5 that shook the ring. Lesnar may have won, but the match proved that the Beast Incarnate was human after all.

WWE Great Balls of Fire (3)

The other big bout of the night? Braun Strowman and Roman Reigns in a Ambulance Match, as the two giants sought to finish off their feud once and for all. It was a battle of brute strength versus resilience, but Strowman’s ruthless aggression was more than enough to finally throw Reigns into the back of an ambulance after dodging a Spear at the very last second.

Strowman may have got the win, but Reigns had the last word as he broke out the back of the emergency vehicle and tossed Strowman inside. The door locked, Reigns drove the vehicle into the loading dock and then rammed it with an truck, leaving Strowman mangled in the wreck. Somebody should call an ambulance…oh wait.

Last Updated: July 10, 2017

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  • Hammersteyn

    Not one title changed hands? Kinda pointless 🙁

    • They’ve got to save some of them for Summerslam and Survivor Series.

      • Hammersteyn

        Well save some, not all, also I wonder what Brock’s involvement is gonna be down the road. He pops in and out like Reptile from MK1, beating up whoever’s there and leaves.

      • Peter Pan

        Very little was said about the ladies’ match. I think that was one of the best women’s title matches in a while.

  • Peter Pan

    All the matches, except the Joe vs. Lesnar and the Miz vs. Ambrose, were great. One of the few PPV events where the blood was flowing in almost every match. Pity not enough belts swapped hands. The women’s match and the Reign/Strowman match were relentless. Well done WWE. You did relatively good!

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