WWE Clash of Champions took place on Sunday night.
September's PPV was billed as a big one, considering it's the one night of the year when every title must be defended.
There were a number of monster matches booked, too.
Roman Reigns vs Jey Uso was undoubtedly the biggest feud heading into Sunday night and all eyes were on the family affair as it closed the show.
But there were plenty of other matches that impressed over the course of the evening.
Drew McIntyre put his WWE Championship on the line against Randy Orton in an Ambulance Match, while Zelina Vega finally got a shot at the RAW Women's title.
So, let's get down to business. You can check out the full results from Clash of Champions below.
(Note: Nikki Cross, Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler were not medically cleared for the show, meaning the SmackDown Women's title match and Women's Tag Team title match were removed from the card)
1. Cesaro and Shinsuke Nakamura def. Lucha House Party to RETAIN the SmackDown Tag Team Championships (pre-show)
2. Sami Zayn def. AJ Styles and Jeff Hardy to WIN the Intercontinental Championship in a Ladder Match
3. Asuka def. Zelina Vega by submission to RETAIN the RAW Women's Championship
(Drew Gulak WINS the 24/7 Championship)
4. Bobby Lashley def. Apollo Crews by submission to RETAIN the United States Championship
5. The Street Profits def. Andrade and Angel Garza to RETAIN the RAW Tag Team Championships (Garza was injured during the match)
(R-Truth WINS the 24/7 Championship)
6. Asuka def. Bayley by disqualification (Bayley RETAINS the SmackDown Women's Championship)
7. Drew McIntyre (with help from Big Show, Christian, Shawn Michales and Ric Flair) def. Randy Orton to RETAIN the WWE Championship
8. Roman Reigns (with Paul Heyman) def. Jey Uso to RETAIN the Universal Championship (Jimmy Uso returned to throw in the towel)
The main event, which saw Reigns retain the title, was a clear highlight of the night. The Big Dog cemented himself as WWE's top heel with a dirty, methodical beatdown of his cousin.
Reigns, who had ditched the flack jacket for the first time, dominated Jey, who was saved from further punishment only when an injured Jimmy came out to throw in the towel and end the match.
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