U.S. Champion Roman Reigns def. Chris Jericho

U.S. Champion Roman Reigns def. Chris Jericho

A United States Title Match is a hell of a gift (of Jericho), but Chris Jericho still made it clear to Kevin Owens that he wanted to go it alone against Roman Reigns. Long story short: Owens went ahead and got involved anyway, Jericho’s got no gold and Jeri-KO is looking shakier than ever.

To Owens’ credit, he disregarded his friend’s demand because things were looking particularly do-or-die for The Ayatollah of Rock ’n’ Rolla — who was challenging for one of the few titles he has yet to win in WWE. Owens blasted Reigns with a superkick right after he escaped the Walls of Jericho. Although the subsequent Codebreaker The Big Dog stumbled into wasn’t enough to pin him, and the ensuing argument between Jericho and Owens (complete with a slap to the chest) lasted long enough that Reigns recovered to set up a Spear. To Jericho’s credit, he leapfrogged straight over Reigns’ charge, but Reigns simply adjusted course, connected with attempt No. 2, and retained his title.

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