Watch Samoa Joe Slam WWE Universal Champ Brock Lesnar Through a Table

Posted July 10, 2017

However, in a weird bit of irony, Great Balls of Fire has the potential to be WWE's best pay-per-view offering all year.

Samoa Joe has been superb in the build-up to this title fight, and has actually brought some uncertainty to proceedings in terms of match result.

The Hardy Boyz in a 30-Minute WWE Iron Man Match for the Tag Team Championship, and Brock Lesnar's defends his Universal Championship title against Samoa Joe.

Wrestling fans may not like the name, but they may look back on the inaugural Great Balls of Fire pay-per-view with surprisingly fond memories. Joe waits. Lesnar pulls himself into the ring as Heyman talks him up. Besides Roman Reigns, at what point will management shift the focus to develop more legitimate stars that will draw money on a major stage?

The pressure will be on RAW general manager Kurt Angle, who was a shocked spectator, to react but will Reigns take any notice?

So far, the number one question coming out of Sunday's show is, did Roman Reigns turn heel? After losing to Braun Strowman in the ambulance match at WWE Great Balls of Fire, he proceeded to beat down the larger opponent.

When was the last time you genuinely felt like you'd be missing something if you skipped Monday Night Raw? With that in mind, what tag team might go after the Raw Tag Team Championship next? No wonder Vince McMahon loves these two men so much. Seemingly on an island all by herself, Alexa would watch as a Gauntlet Match would decide her next contender on RAW a couple of weeks ago.

A day after Wrestlemania 33, Strowman appeared to be the next superstar for a WWE Universal Championship match. Not everything was brilliant (just how boring was that Intercontinental Title match!?), but the positives managed to outweigh the negatives.

If memory serves me correct, that show took place in 1994 or 1995 and at that time, WWE was struggling financially. It was in the said event that Miz was able to snatch the championship away from Ambrose. There will be, believe it or not, five title defenses during the event, which has an incredibly stacked card. The championships seemed to be the back story here while the personal hatred was at the forefront.

The feud between Seth Rollins and Bray Wyatt is not supposed to be over with only one match. Bliss ran away with the title in between the match and the Boss is bound to make a demand for a title rematch.

The former partners battled it out in a one-sided victory for Cass, who dominated the match from the opening bell.

Neville (champion) vs. Akira Tozawa.

Bray Wyatt def. Seth Rollins by pin following Sister Abigail after a thumb to the eye.

Cesaro + Sheamus (c) vs. The Hardy Boyz by Matt Hardy getting counted out to score the fourth fall. Cesaro dragged him off and pinned the weakened Jeff. Banks won by count-out, meaning Bliss is still the champion.