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WWE Live Event Results from Albany, New York (12/29/2017) – Roman Reigns def. John Cena, Kane Sings with Elias

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WWE Live Event Results from Albany, New York (12/29/2017) – Roman Reigns def. John Cena, Kane Sings with Elias

The attendees of the live event that WWE held last night in Albany (New York) could see Kane in a facet that does not fit the character he is currently representing in the televised shows, as he made an appearance while it was taking place a segment in which Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows sang with Elias to join it, sing briefly the song ‘She’ll Be Coming Round the Mountain’, and then apply a chokeslam to all three. You can see the musical gifts of Kane in the above video that accompanies this note.

Recall that Kane will fight for the Universal title in Royal Rumble in a triple threat in which Braun Strowman will also participate, as well as the current Universal champion Brock Lesnar. Royal Rumble will take place on January 28, 2018, from the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania).

Below are the results of the following WWE Live event in Albany:

– Rhyno, Heath Slater, Goldust, Titus O’Neil and Apollo Crews defeated Bo Dallas, Curtis Axel, The Revival and Curt Hawkins when Rhyno applied a spinebuster on Hawkins.

– Enzo Amore defeated Kalisto to retain the Cruiser championship.

– Sasha Banks and Bayley defeated Sonya Deville and Mandy Rose.

– ‘Woken’ Matt Hardy defeated Bray Wyatt after applying the Twist of Fate.

– Seth Rollins and Jason Jordan defeated Sheamus and Cesaro in a steel cage match to retain the Tag Team championships.

– Asuka and Dana Brooke defeated Alexa Bliss and Nia Jax (with Mickie James as special referee ) when Asuka made Alexa surrender.

– Samoa Joe defeated Finn BΓ‘lor after applying his Coquina Clutch.

– Roman Reigns defeated John Cena after a spear to retain the Intercontinental Championship.

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