Roman Reigns vs Brock Lesnar : Lesnar removed his MMA gloves once the bell rang, looking to go bare-knuckle with Reigns. Lesnar took the fight right to Roman Reigns before sending him across the ring with multiple overhead, belly-to-belly suplexes.
Brock Lesnar clotheslined Reigns over the top rope and followed him to the floor. Lesnar allowed himself to be distracted by chasing down Paul Heyman, however, and Reigns drove Lesnar through the ringside barricade with a spear.
Lesnar beat the 10 count but ran right into another spear from Reigns that resulted in the first near fall of the match. Roman Reigns followed up with two Superman punches.
Brock Lesnar fought back to his feet and began laughing before countering another Superman punch into a series of German suplexes. Lesnar went for an F-5, but Reigns slid out and hit another Superman punch.
Roman Reigns tried to follow up with another spear, but Lesnar caught him and hit an F-5 for a near fall. Reigns clawed at Lesnar’s face to avoid another F-5 and drove Lesnar into the official with a spear.
Reigns hit Lesnar with a low blow and Heyman gave him the universal championship, which Reigns used to hit Lesnar and score a two count. Reigns hit two more spears but Lesnar grabbed Reigns’ arm on the second and locked in a kimura, scissoring Reigns’ body.
Roman Reigns crawled toward the ropes and Heyman pushed the rope forward so Reigns could grab it to break the hold. Lesnar went for another F-5 only for Reigns to slide out, shoving Lesnar into the ropes and allowing Reigns to hit one final spear for the finish.
The finish was pretty sudden and the match was a bit lacking in the overall drama compared to previous Reigns and Lesnar contests.
A bit of a disappointment, overall. Though there weren’t many matches that disappointed across the weekend. Roman Reigns def. Brock Lesnar via pinfall to unify the titles.