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WWE Live results - Fresno, California (11 February 2018)

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Seth Rollins and Finn Balor teamed up in the main event of Sunday's WWE Live event in Fresno

The Monday Night Raw roster stopped in Fresno, California one day before Raw takes place live at the SAP Center in San Jose.

With the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view less than two weeks away, some of the roster members are preparing their bodies for the torture it will endure inside the Chamber; while the rest of the roster tries to figure out how to capture or retain their respective championships.

The Elimination Chamber spots are currently filled with the exception of the final spot in the men's match; which will be determined tonight via a fatal-four-way match between Finn Balor, Bray Wyatt, Matt Hardy, and Apollo Crews.

On Sunday evening, there were a total of seven matches including two titles up for grabs. The WWE Raw Women's Championship and WWE Raw Tag Team Championships were defended.

Continue on to see the results of the opening contest in Fresno...

Match #1 - WOKEN Matt Hardy vs Bray Wyatt

One of the longest-running feuds in the WWE right now is "The Eater Of Worlds" Bray Wyatt and WOKEN Matt Hardy, and they clashed once again in Fresno on Sunday evening.

Both men will get a second chance to enter the Elimination Chamber on tonight's edition of Monday Night Raw, but I have a feeling this feud could cancel both guys out enabling Finn Balor or Apollo Crews to take the advantage.

On this night, the Woken Warriors saw Hardy advance his position in The Great War with a victory of Wyatt.

Result - WOKEN Matt Hardy defeated Bray Wyatt

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