John Cena comes out after the match and confronts AJ Styles. The two lay down the gauntlet ahead of their title match at the Royal Rumble.
Corbin sends Ziggler shoulder-first into the ring-post before hitting an End Of Days. Styles hits a Phenomenal Forearm to Corbin as he turns around. Styles then covers Dolph Ziggler for the pinfall.
AJ Styles def. Baron Corbin and Dolph Ziggler
What a match to finish 2016. Amazing. AJ deservedly ends 2016 as WWE World Champion.
Corbin hits a Deep Six to Ziggler but Styles breaks up the count. Corbin then hits an End Of Days to Styles as Ziggler hits a Zig-Zag to Corbin, Corbin somehow kicks out of the ensuing cover, What a match.
AJ goes for a Phenomenal Forearm but Ziggler hits a Superkick to his foot as Styles crashes and burns into the mat. Ziggler then covers Styles who has to kick out at the last second because Corbin didn't make it back in time to break the cover.
Styles and Ziggler go at it in the ring as Corbin lays wasted at ringside. Ziggler hits a massive jumping DDT for the nearfall. Dolph then goes for the Zig-Zag but Styles blocks it and hits an Ushi Goroshi.
Styles then attempts a Styles Clash but Ziggler manages to break out of it.
We come back from commercial to Corbin dominating Styles and Ziggler. Ziggler and Styles finally work together, throwing punches at Corbin to overpower him before clothesliing him out of the ring.
Styles and Ziggler meet Corbin on the outside but Corbin sends Styles crashing into the barricade and Ziggler back-first into the mat. Corbin then takes off the cover of the announcer's table. Corbin then misses a shoulder charge into the barricade as Styles moves away. Ziggler then catches Cobin with a Superkick.
The two men then place Corbin on the announcer's table before sending him through it.
Corbin works on Ziggler in the corner as he screams insults to his face, He then Irish Whips him chest-first into the corner before launching him face-first into the mat.
Corbin then looks for the End of Days on Ziggler but Styles blocks it on Zigglers behalf. Corbin squashes Styles against the corner before hitting a lariat to Ziggler and a modified STO to Styles as we head to one last commercial break. Stick around.
We come back from commercial to see Corbin driving Ziggler back-first into the apron. He then moves onto Styles, sending Styles back-first into the apron before rolling him into the ring and going for the cover, Following the 2-count, Corbin hits a knee to Styles' mid-section.
Styles hits back with chops and forearms before a dropkick from Ziggler helps Styles attempt a pin on Corbin. Ziggler breaks up the pin before a double clothesline from the 'Lone Wolf' wipes out both Ziggler and Styles.
We begin with fast-paced action as Styles flies off the blocks quickly. He attacks Ziggler with a corner splash before working on Corbin's leg with multiple kicks. Corbin then launches Styles out of the ring before attacking Ziggler. Ziggler hits a guillotine on Corbin as we head to commercial.
AJ Styles (C) vs Dolph Ziggler vs Baron Corbin (for the WWE World Championship)
Corbin and Ziggler make their way out first before being followed out by the champion - AJ Styles.
Bliss then hits the double knees before heading to the top rope. She attempts the Twisted Bliss but Becky meets her with the knees and locks in the Dis-Arm-Her. Bliss reaches the ropes, forcing Becky to break the hold.
Alexa then distracts the referee as La Luchadora sends Becky face-first into the ring post. Alexa follows it up with a DDT to pin Becky for the win.
Alexa Bliss def. Becky Lynch
Who was the woman dressed up as La Luchadora?
Becky then heads to the top rope and hits a dropkick on Alexa who kicks out at 2. Strange music hits as a woman dressed up as La Luchadora comes running out,
Becky survives the distraction roll-up but can''t pin Bliss with the following back slide pins.
We come back from commercial to see Alexa Bliss all over Becky Lynch. Alexa attempts a jumping knee drop but Becky avoids it this time. Becky then hits back with European Uppercuts and follows it up with a leg lariat.
Becky then attempts a flying forearm to the corner but misses. She follows it up with a springboard kick. Becky then snaps Alexa's arm, almost straight out of the socket as she looks to make a statement. That looked devastating.
Becky hits back with a sweet armdrag which causes Alexa Bliss to roll out of the ring. Becky attempts a baseball slide but Alexa grabs her and drags her out of the ring and sends her face-first into the mat. She then sends Becky face-first into the ring post as we head to commercial.
Becky tries to lock in the Dis-Arm-Her but Bliss reverses it into a jack-kife cover for the 2-count. Bliss stands on top of a downed Becky, driving her into the mat. She follows it up with clubbing forearms before smashing Becky's face into the mat.
The bell rings as Bliss and Lynch lock up. Becky locks Alexa into a modified leg triangle before Bliss reaches the ropes.
Bliss stamps on Becky's toe before locking in an armlock. Becky just stamps back and employed a headlock of her own before attempting a Sunset Flip Powerbomb which Bliss reverses into a pinning combo. Both women use pinning combinations but neither can get the 3-count.
Alexa Bliss (C) vs Becky Lynch (for the SmackDown Women's Championship)
Alexa makes her way down to the ring first. She's followed out by Becky Lynch who gets a massive pop from the fans in Chicago.