WWE Live India Results 16/01/2016
After an overwhelming success on the first day that saw well around 10,000 fans in attendance, WWE looked to finish off their stay in India with a bang.
The fans were just as energetic as day one, with ‘we want Cena’, CM Punk and yes chants echoing around the arena even before the show kicked off. At the end, WWE didn’t disappoint the Indian fans by putting together a solid show from top to bottom.
Here are the results from day two of WWE’s Live event at the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium, New Delhi:
– Big Show and Kane faced off against each other in the first match of the night. Kane def. Big Show via pinfall after the Demon Chokeslammed Show off the top rope.
– Next up is a match between NXT’s Chad Gable and Indian superstar Kishan Raftaar (Lovepreet Sangha). Kishan won via DQ after Gable’s tag team partner Jason Jordon interfered to attack Raftaar. Jeet Rama came out to save his countrymate and a tag team match was booked.
– Kishan Raftaar and Jeet Rama def. Chad Gable and Justin Jordan via submission. The new Indian faces were quite over as the fans started the yes chants.
– Diva championship match up next as Charlotte puts the belt on the line against Summer Rae. Charlotte def. Summer Rae via submission with the Figure Eight to retain the Divas title. The Divas were treated to boring chants from the fans.
– Ryback vs Bray Wyatt is up next after the lacklustre Divas title match. Ryback def. Bray Wyatt via pinfall with a Shellshock. There was a 20-minute break.
– We resume after the break with a singles match between Titus O’Niel of the Prime Time Players and Tyler Breeze. Titus O’Niel def. Tyler Breeze in under a minute with the Clash of Titus. Breeze demanded a rematch soon after – to which Titus obliged and the match started again. Titus once again went on to defeat Breeze in quick time.
– New Day take on the team of The Usos and Dolph Ziggler in a six-man tag team match. The Usos and Dolph Ziggler def. New Day after Xavier Woods was Superkicked by both the Usos and Ziggler. The triple Superkick laid out Woods for the pinfall.
– Next up is the main event as Roman Reigns squares off against Rusev. Roman Reigns def. Rusev via pinfall with a spear. The match saw Rusev faking an injury and a referee getting knocked out before the champion won to end the show.