WWE SmackDown: Daniel Bryan rescues Roman Reigns

As the alliance between the group was made daniel Bryan came into the rescue of Roman Reigns on SmackDown.
Something of an uneasy truce has existed in recent weeks involving Bryan and Reigns when he burst onto the scene to halt a attack on the 43,, but the latter confirmed his character change.
When he was taken by Baron Corbin out with a sceptre reigns had been going to conquer Intercontinental winner Shinsuke Nakamura in their title game and Sami Zayn combined from the melee to put a beating the Big Dog.
That brought Bryan, who aided the heels trio runs off and afterwards made a tag team for a game against Corbin and Nakamura out.
That contest also included the destruction of a barrier and was a chaotic affair and ultimately Bryan ensured the triumph, before celebrating Reigns, truly confirmed and their marriage 36, pinning Nakamura following a Busaiku knee attack.
Nikki Cross wins title shot
SmackDown womens champion Bayley was about the series to explain her actions of the last week, stating she has had a lot of the one-way character of her relationship with the lovers before quoting Vince McMahon:Life sucks, then you die.
Together with Sasha Banks at her side, then took her chair to watch as a SmackDown sextet commenced battle a six-pack challenge for a shot her name unfold.
The Nikki Cross of scotland prevailed, pinning Mandy Rose following a neckbreaker following the remaining portion of the area had wiped each other out.
Strowman makes his point
Drew Gulak, since the self-proclaimedmost distinguished combat sports historian on the roster even went to the trouble of putting them, and had some words of advice to Braun Strowman before his Crown Jewel game against Tyson Fury.
But the Monster Among Men wasnt interested in such guidance and instead piled on the energy moves at a one-sided contest against the former Cruiserweight winner.
In this encounter, which finished with a running powerslam, is anything to go by gulak will be unlikely to provide up any penetration in the future.

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