Basically a waste of both men's time. Ortan eventually delivered the RKO, YES! out of nowhere to get the pinfall.
Smackdown Women's Championship title failed to change hands inspite of Charlotte Flair victory over current Champion Natalya.
Charlotte was getting the best of Natalya, and she hit a moonsault from the turnbuckle onto the outside of the ring that had her in a position to get the win.
With an injured knee, Charlotte manages to hit a moonsault on Natalya outside of the ring.
Charlotte technically won the match, but the disqualification allowed Nattie to retain her Women's Championship.
I'd be inclined to have AJ ultimately go over in this one and then let him work with some other potentially worthy contenders, including possibly Seth or Dean or perhaps even engage in a title unification match against Intercontinental champion, The Miz.
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I have a hard time believing Bobby Roode will be able to get over on the main roster as a babyface, but if anyone can help him get there, it's Ziggler. He takes it here and wins the blowoff rematch at Survivor Series if it comes to it. A slight distraction of the referee cost Nakamura, as Mahal grabbed the rope to break the pin.
As stated above, I'm pretty confident Jinder will retain the title on Sunday.
Bobby Roode vs. Dolph Ziggler: A flat match positioned in the buffer spot between the WWE Championship match and the main event. This set up a quick start and a quick advantage for the SmackDown Commissioner. That said, the no holds barred aspect suits Owens more than Shane's craziness. For Roode, though, it gave him the win. He missed a superkick which Roode turned into a spinebuster and nearly a DDT. Ziggler got angry after the match and hit the Zig-Zag.
Thankfully, after three awful matches, the night's main event delivered. Once the bell rang, McMahon went on the offensive. McMahon was unconscious so Zayn helped Owens get the victory. Noteworthy moments included Owens crash landing into a wooden table as he attempted to cannonball McMahon, and McMahon kicking a trash can into Owens' face after landing his signature move, the Coast to Coast. He then continued to beat down Shane O'Mac, showing no remorse for the pain he was inflicting. Zayn was always just on the edges of the story, with Owens pointing out how he'd barely been used and McMahon ignoring his pleas not to fight Owens.