5/13 WWE in Rotterdam, Netherlands results: Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins vs. Bray Wyatt and Samoa Joe, Alexa Bliss vs. Bayley for the Raw Women’s Championship, Neville vs. Aleister Black vs. Austin Aries for the WWE Cruiserweight Championship

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WWE Live Event
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Report by Dot Net reader Johnny Berendsen

1. Jeff Hardy and Matt Hardy defeated Sheamus & Cesaro and Enzo Amore & Big Cass in a Triple Threat to retain the Raw Tag Titles. Matt hit a Twist of Fate, and Jeff followed with a Swanton Bomb and pinned Cesaro for the win. A lot of delete chants for Matt.

2. Sasha Banks and Dana Brooke defeated Nia Jax and Alicia Fox. Sasha made Alicia submit in the Bank Statement.

3. Neville defeated Austin Aries and Aleister Black in a Triple Threat to retain the WWE Cruiserweight Championship. Huge reception for Black as our native wrestler pop of the night. Neville pinned Aries after he shoved Black out of the ring after he had hit Black Mass on Aries.

4. Apollo Crews, Kalisto, and The Golden Truth defeated Titus O’Neil, Bo Dallas, Curt Hawkins, and Curtis Axel.

5. Dean Ambrose defeated The Miz (w/Maryse) to retain the Intercontinental Championship. An excellent promo from Miz before the match. He incorporated some Dutch words, which was awesome (no pun intended).

6. Alexa Bliss defeated Bayley to retain the Raw Women’s Championship. There were even some “Lets go Bayley” and “Bayley sucks” chants. Bayley showed her class by handing out some ring gear to a young fan who dressed like her.

7. Finn Balor defeated Karl Anderson (w/Luke Gallows).

8. Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins defeated Bray Wyatt and Samoa Joe. Heavy mixed reaction to Reigns.



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