WWE had a live event in Chicago tonight featuring RAW superstars. Check out the full WWE live event results below for the show that featured a steel cage match between Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose and Liv Morgan getting thrown out.
- Finn Balor def. Dolph Ziggler, Drew McIntyre in a triple threat.
- Apollo Crews upset Jinder Mahal to close out a Batte Royal for a future IC title opportunity.
- Nia Jax def. Ember Moon.
- Roode & Gable def. The Revival & AOP in a strong triple threat tag team title match.
- Bayley, Sasha & Natalya def. Dana Brooke, Ruby Riott, Sarah Logan with Alicia Fox & Liv Morgan who got ejected from ring side.
omg so Liv Morgan and Alicia Fox were thrown out from the arena and Liv was screaming all the way out 😂 pic.twitter.com/vZEQuUwq26
— 🇲🇽efrain🏳️🌈 (@helluvabaIor) December 30, 2018
- Baron Corbin trashed Braun Strowman for being in “Orlando and eating pizza,” but Jojo revealed he had an opponent in a No DQ match.
- Bray Wyatt made the entrance of the night, cell phones a glitter, looking trimmer. Wyatt and Corbin brawled with chairs and kendo sticks, when Corbin couldn’t put ’em away he split for the back before several baby faces cut him off, whooping on em, throwing back into Wyatt for Sister Abigail and the pin.
- Dean Ambrose vs Seth Rollins
- Dean Ambrose cut a pre match promo inside the steel cage, saying Rollins loves the Chicago Bears who will “blow it in the playoffs” and you “disgusting midwestern pig farmers” relate to him, he said he will return to a city with decency and morals, Las Vegas. Ambrose got a bit controversial bringing up violent crime in Chicago too.
- Rollins came out to big pop. Rollins and Ambrose had a solid cage match, with Rollins nailing Ambrose with a super kick to launch him out of the cage to retain the IC title.
- Corbin interfered in the match, but Rollins gave him a curb stomp at ringside before giving Ambrose one in the ring post match.
- Rollins cut a joyful post match promo referencing the band Fall Out Boy and Bulls legend Michael Jordan as other big acts who have played the United Center. He thanked Chicago for their support.
— Brock Lesnar Guy (@BrockLesnarGuy) December 30, 2018