Sunday, August 23, 2015
Here are the quick 2015 WWE SummerSlam results. The latest pro wrestling pay-per-view took place in Brooklyn, New York at the Barclays Center, home of the NBA’s Brooklyn Nets. The main event featured Brock Lesnar versus The Undertaker in a rematch from their clash at WrestleMania 30 where Lesnar ended Taker’s undefeated Streak.
Sheamus defeated Randy Orton via pinfall. Sheamus hit two Brogue Kicks to get the win.
New Day defeated Los Matadores via pinfall to become new tag team champions. Kofi stole a pinfall on one of Los Matadores after Titus O’Neil took them down and then was taken out of the ring by Big E.
Stephen Amell & Neville defeated Stardust & King Barrett via pinfall. Amell hit a big dive out onto Barrett and Stardust late, then Neville hit Red Arrow on Neville in the ring for the win.
Dolph Ziggler and Rusev fought to a double contout. Ziggler hit a Super Kick on Rusev on the outside but couldn’t beat the count back in.
Ryback defeated The Miz via pinfall to retain the Intercontinental Title. Big Show landed a KO punch on Miz then got taken to the outside by a Ryback clothesline. Ryback pinned Miz for the win.
Roman Reigns & Dean Ambrose defeated Luke Harper and Bray Wyatt via pinfall. Late in the match, Ambrose hit Dirty Deeds on Wyatt and then Reigns hit a Spear on him to get the win.
Seth Rollins defeated John Cena via pinfall to become new U.S. Champion. Rollins now holds both the U.S. and WWE World Heavyweight titles. Jon Stewart cost Cena the match as he hit him in the gut with a steel chair when the ref was knocked out. Rollins hit a Pedigree with Cena on the chair for the win.
Team PCB defeated Team Bella via pinfall to win the Triple Threat Elimination match. Brie scored the first pinfall on Tamina to eliminate Team BAD, then Becky pinned Brie later to win the match for PCB.
Kevin Owens defeated Cesaro via pinfall. Owens hit a spinning move with Cesaro off the corner and then the Pop-up Powerbomb for the win.
The Undertaker defeated Brock Lesnar via submission. Late in the match, Lesnar had Taker in the Kimora Lock. It appeared Taker tapped out, and the timekeeper rang the bell. The ref yelled that he had not called for it. With the ref’s back turned, Taker hit a low blow on Lesnar then put him into Hell’s Gate. Lesnar eventually passed out and Taker was awarded the win.