Here are your quick and dirty, editorial-free WWE Super Show-Down in Australia results. The WWE Network live event featured the return of John Cena, a “last time ever” match between Triple H and the Undertaker, and a batch of title matches. Be sure to be back here tomorrow for the complete Best and Worst of Super Show-Down column.
WWE Super Show-Down Results:
1. Smackdown Tag Team Championship Match: The New Day (c) defeated The Bar. New Day pinned Cesaro with a backstabber/double-stomp combination to retain the championship.
2. Smackdown Women’s Championship Match: Charlotte Flair defeated Becky Lynch (c) by disqualification. Flair had Lynch in the Figure-Eight, and Lynch used the Women’s Championship belt to break the hold, causing a DQ. Flair continued the attack after the match, but got hit with a Bexploder on the floor.
3. John Cena and Bobby Lashley defeated Elias and Kevin Owens. Cena pinned Elias after an Attitude Adjustment and the dreaded LIGHTNING FIST.
4. The IIconics defeated Asuka and Naomi. Peyton Royce and Billie Kay won the match with an assisted knee strike on Naomi, to win in front of their home country.
5. No Disqualification, No Count-Out Match for the WWE Championship: AJ Styles (c) defeated Samoa Joe. Styles won by submission with a Calf Crusher.
6. Ronda Rousey and the Bella Twins defeated The Riott Squad. Rousey got the hot tag and won the match single-handedly for her team, tapping out both Liv Morgan and Sarah Logan with armbars simultaneously.
7. Cruiserweight Championship Match: Buddy Murphy defeated Cedric Alexander (c). Murphy’s Law won the match for the Australian native, making him the new Cruiserweight Champion and giving him the first WWE championship change in Australia since the Fabulous Moolah in 1986.
8. The Shield defeated Dolph Ziggler, Drew McIntyre, and Braun Strowman. Ambrose once again teased dissension after accidentally being hit with a Superman Punch. The team regrouped and made multiple saves for Ambrose, allowing him to hit Dirty Deeds on Ziggler for the win.
9. Number One Contender Match: Daniel Bryan defeated The Miz. Bryan countered the Skull-crushing Finale with a small package to win the match and become the new number one contender to AJ Styles’ WWE Championship. This lasted less than 2 1/2 minutes.
10. LAST TIME EVER~ No Disqualification Match: Triple H defeated The Undertaker. Triple H hit the Undertaker in the face with a sledgehammer to keep him from Tombstone Piledriving Shawn Michaels. Michaels hit Sweet Chin Music, then Triple H hit a Pedigree to win the match. Everyone posed together after the match, but Kane and Undertaker attacked D-X, Tombstoned Triple H, and chokeslammed Michaels through the announce table.