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Tribal Court: The Trial of the Tribal Chief Roman Reigns
Roman Reigns was put on trial by The Usos in the Tribal Court. Reigns was accused of bringing shame to the Bloodline and of not being worthy of being the Tribal Chief. Reigns defended himself, arguing that he was still the Tribal Chief and that he was still the best wrestler in the world. He also tried to turn the tables on The Usos, accusing them of being disloyal to him. In the end, Reigns was found not guilty and his status as the leader of The Bloodline was reaffirmed.
United States Champion Austin Theory def. Sheamus
Austin Theory successfully defended his United States Championship against Sheamus. Theory used his speed and agility to outmaneuver Sheamus, and he eventually scored the pinfall victory with a roll-up.
The match was a back-and-forth affair, with both wrestlers giving it their all. In the end, Theory was able to outmaneuver Sheamus and score the pinfall victory to retain his United States Championship.
Here are some of the key moments from the match:
Theory used his speed and agility to outmaneuver Sheamus on several occasions.
Sheamus tried to use his power and experience to wear Theory down, but Theory was able to avoid most of Sheamus’s big moves.
Theory hit a number of high-flying moves, including a moonsault and a 450 splash.
Sheamus hit a number of power moves, including a Brogue Kick and a White Noise.
In the end, Theory was able to hit the ATL for the pinfall victory.
The match was well-received by the fans, and it is clear that Theory is a rising star in WWE. He is still young and inexperienced, but he has a lot of potential. It will be interesting to see how he continues to develop in the coming years.
AJ Styles def. Karrion Kross
AJ Styles defeated Karrion Kross in a singles match. Styles used his quickness and technical prowess to outwrestle Kross, and he eventually scored the pinfall victory with a Phenomenal Forearm.
The match was a back-and-forth affair, with both wrestlers giving it their all. Styles was able to use his speed and agility to avoid Kross’s power moves, and he was also able to counter Kross’s signature moves. In the end, Styles was able to hit the Phenomenal Forearm for the pinfall victory.
The victory was a big one for Styles, as it showed that he is still one of the top wrestlers in WWE. It also set up a potential future feud between Styles and Kross, as both wrestlers are now looking to reassert themselves as top contenders in the SmackDown roster.
Edge def. Grayson Waller
Edge made his return to SmackDown and defeated Grayson Waller in his first match on the brand. Edge used his experience and power to overwhelm Waller, and he eventually scored the pinfall victory with a Spear.
Edge defeated Grayson Waller in a singles match on the July 7, 2023 episode of WWE SmackDown. The match took place at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Edge won the match after hitting Waller with a spear.
The match was Edge’s return to WWE after being sidelined with an injury. He had not wrestled since WrestleMania 38 in April 2023. Waller, a rising star on the SmackDown roster, was looking to make a statement against one of the biggest names in WWE history.
The match was evenly contested throughout, with both men trading offensive moves. Edge eventually gained the upper hand and hit Waller with the spear for the victory. After the match, Edge cut a promo and challenged Roman Reigns to a match at SummerSlam.
Asuka def. Bianca Belair and Charlotte Flair
Asuka defeated Bianca Belair and Charlotte Flair in a triple threat match to retain the SmackDown Women’s Championship. Asuka used her speed and agility to avoid both Belair and Flair, and she eventually scored the pinfall victory with a roll-up.
IYO SKY def. Shotzi
IYO SKY defeated Shotzi in a singles match. SKY used her power and athleticism to overwhelm Shotzi, and she eventually scored the pinfall victory with a sit-out powerbomb.