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Roman Reigns Wins Triple Threat Match over Samoa Joe, Braun Strowman on WWE Raw



Roman Reigns crushed Samoa Joe and Braun Strowman in a Triple Threat coordinate on Monday's scene of Raw including the three challengers for the Universal Championship.

Rules utilized the steel ring ventures to send Strowman out of the ring. Joe, in the mean time, was all the while feeling the impacts of a running power slam he got from Strowman. As he got to his feet, Reigns conveyed a stick for the triumph.

WWE's authentic Twitter account indicated Reigns getting his hand raised:

Rules praised the win on Twitter:

Cheap seat Report's Ryan Dilbert thought every one of the three stars conveyed in the ring:

Following Joe's misfortune to Brock Lesnar at Great Balls of Fire, Reigns endeavored to proclaim himself No. 1 contender for the title. The Samoan Submission Machine wasn't prepared to go down without a battle, be that as it may.

That provoked Raw general supervisor Kurt Angle to book Reigns against Joe in a No. 1 contender's match on Raw with the champ going ahead to confront Lesnar at SummerSlam.

The session was a genuine fight that highlighted a lot of forwarding and backward activity, yet there was no authoritative conclusion, as Strowman returned and caused bedlam.

Edge had a choice to make with respect to the Universal Championship scene the next week, and he made it by announcing that Reigns, Joe, and Strowman would all face Lesnar at SummerSlam in a Fatal 4-Way coordinate.

After Angle's declaration, the circumstance separated into a fight with the three challengers endeavoring to take each other out. The scuffle was intense to the point that it required the locker space to exhaust to prevent the Superstars from destroying each other.

In the wake of that episode, Angle needed to give them a chance to settle their disparities in a more controlled condition, so he booked Reigns, Joe and Strowman against each other in a Triple Threat coordinate, basically filling in as a set of SummerSlam without Lesnar.

Every one of the three Superstars has had significant issues with each other lately and months, particularly The Big Dog and The Monster Among Men.

Reigns and Strowman have duked it out in a few singles matches, including a rescue vehicle coordinate at Great Balls of Fire in which Strowman won.

The enduring memory from that session came amid the repercussions, however, as Reigns secured Strowman in the back of the rescue vehicle and drove it into a trailer at fast.

While the Jaws of Life was expected to separate Strowman from the rescue vehicle, he figured out how to make it to his feet and denied restorative consideration.

Despite the fact that Strowman didn't show up on Raw the next night, he made his huge restore the following week and after that made it clear he needed to be a piece of the Universal Championship scene.

With every one of the three Superstars in the chase for the Universal Championship, Monday's match was a major one with the end goal of picking up force.

Since Reigns lost to Strowman at Great Balls of Fire, he was looking for a ricochet back win on Raw, and that is decisively what he got.

Rules have a long history with Lesnar, having confronted him on the WrestleMania stage, and he right now resembles a gigantic risk to take the strap off the Beast Incarnate.
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