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Todd Chrisley brings his unfiltered and hilarious point of view to the premiere of his late-night show According To Chrisley. Guests are WWE Superstar, Chris Jericho, Savannah and Grayson.
Before new United States Champion Kevin Owens could gloat too much about defeating AJ Styles to win back the title at WWE Battleground or get too far into detailing his plan to bring back his United States Title Open Challenge, The Phenomenal One interrupted to demand his rematch against Owens tonight.
Fresh off attacking WWE Champion Randy Orton during the House of Horrors Match at WWE Payback, No. 1 contender Jinder Mahal looked to continue his streak of momentum against Sami Zayn on SmackDown LIVE.
What’s a guy gotta do to get through a talk show around here? Chris Jericho’s planned “Highlight Reel” discussion of his United States Title rematch with Kevin Owens — a match that will send him to SmackDown LIVE if he wins, for what it’s worth — was interrupted not once, but twice, by Superstars looking to take over the proceedings.
Last week, Finn Bálor made his triumphant return after nearly a year on the injured reserve list. It was awesome. This week, he earned his first singles victory since SummerSlam, defeating the on-a-roll-lately Jinder Mahal in a surprisingly hard-hitting match where the Irish Superstar essentially got punched in the face over and over again.
The Undertaker is gone. Maybe. At least that’s how it appeared following The Phenom’s defeat at WrestleMania last night, when the legendary Superstar left his gloves, hat and duster in the ring and vanished into the void from whence he came.
And while social media has been flooded since his sudden departure with #ThankYouTaker sentiments, Raw opened with an appearance by the Superstar who seemingly sent The Last Outlaw off into the sunset: Roman Reigns.
Well, if you’re gonna get fired, might as well go out with a bang (bang).
With his title gone and his former best friend put on notice, Kevin Owens is on the warpath headed to KOMania 2, or, as it’s more colloquially known, WrestleMania 33. And if tonight’s tag team bout was any indication, Owens isn’t out for victory as much as he’s out for punishment. Teaming with Samoa Joe against Chris Jericho and Sami Zayn, the two heavy-hitters were at a surprising disadvantage … at least until Zayn came down bad on a plancha and tweaked his knee. Owens & Joe instantly pounced on Zayn, forcing the ref to throw out the match.