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WWE Live Results - Abu Dhabi, UAE - December 7, 2017

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Sasha Banks and Alexa Bliss made history in Abu Dhabi Thursday...

The Monday Night Raw roster is embarking on an overseas tour that will make stops in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates and New Delhi, India. Thursday evening in Abu Dhabi, the WWE Live tour stopped at the Zayed Sports City Tennis Stadium to entertain the WWE Universe.

With no Raw-branded pay per view until the Royal Rumble, you would think the times are quiet, but they are far from it. Roman Reigns recently defeated The Miz to become the new WWE Intercontinental Championship; while a group known as Absolution has decimated the Women's Division the past three weeks.

The WWE Live event in Abu Dhabi saw history made for the first time ever there was a women's match. I covered the details surrounding this landmark moment earlier in the week, and you can check it out at this link.

In addition to the women's match, there were six other matches on this card with a total of two title matches. The WWE Universe in Abu Dhabi were treated to the continuation of the feud between Braun Strowman and Kane as well as The Shield in the main event.

Continue on to see the results from this WWE Live event!

#1 Enzo Amore vs. Kalisto for the WWE Cruiserweight Championship

Ever since Enzo Amore became WWE Cruiserweight Champion, Kalisto has been a thorn in his side

The first match of the evening in Abu Dhabi was a title match between Enzo Amore and Kalisto for the WWE Cruiserweight Championship match.

At one point, Enzo had a clause that basically prevented the entire Cruiserweight Division from being able to contend for his title. To fix that situation, Raw General Manager Kurt Angle brought Kalisto into the division.

Kalisto was able to take the title from Enzo in October, but the reign only lasted nine days, and Amore has held the title ever since. After the Abu Dhabi event, Enzo's second reign as champ would continue.

Result: Enzo Amore d. Kalisto to retain the WWE Cruiserweight Championship.

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