WWE: Major title change on first Friday night SmackDown

The title was won by brock Lesnar and was instantly assaulted by former UFC rival Cain Velasquez on a hugely stunning Friday night debut of SmackDown.
WWEs blue trademark made their mark to the Friday night offering, using an action-packed show full of drama and star power, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
In its primary occasion, Lesnar took less than 10 seconds to conquer Kingston, dropping the winner with one F5 before pinning him to fasten the gold.
Rey Mysterios music began but the man who had been viciously attacked by Lesnar a week had some back-up in the shape of Velasquez, who won the UFC heavyweight title from Lesnar, Since Lesnar renowned.
Velasquez took down Lesnar and rained punches about the newly-crowned Universal champion, who beat a hasty retreat to the room along with his urge Paul Heyman since the show went off the air.
Shane McMahon fired from WWE
A ladder match involving Shane McMahon and Kevin Owens, in which the WWE professions of both men were on the line ended with McMahon defeated and his job terminated.
As was perhaps somewhat predictable for a match between two men because their own security is a concern, there were table and ladder spots which had the crowd wincing.
The chaos came to a conclusion when Owens chose McMahon up off a ladder and powerbombed him before climbing the ladder to claim the briefcase and give his marching orders to the bosss kid.
The Rock returns – to the dismay of Corbin
SmackDown started together with Becky Lynch disrupted by Baron Corbin, that was in turn interrupted by a Rock that was returning, in red-hot fashion.
The coming of thiselectrifying man in sports entertainment almost took the roof from the Staples Center and his grand entrance was followed up by him with a Peoples Elbow and Rock Bottom around Corbin.
Rocky then toasted Lynch, that went on to partner up with Charlotte Flair to Get a triumph within her Hell In A Cell opponent Sasha Banks and Bayley.

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