Kevin Owens And Chris Jericho Festival Of Friendship Ends In Betrayal

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In another segment of the show, Chris Jericho and Kevin Owens appeared backstage and Y2J asked if Owens was ready for the Festival of Friendship. Chris Jericho was at his hammy, catchphrase-generating best as he presented Kevin Owens with an array of very amusing and intimate gifts.

Braun Strowman has undoubtedly been on a roll as of late, destroying everything and everyone in his path. Mark Henry has known to do the same thing during his Hall of Pain run, but this seems like a way to make Strowman seem even more impressive.

Bayley had previously scored some victories over Charlotte, which made her a clear top contender for the title, but Charlotte was able to maintain her ideal pay per view record when she held off the WWE's favorite hugger at the Royal Rumble.

- Roman Reigns and Braun Strowman continued their game of one-upsmanship. During it, he mentioned that he wasn't just there to be Sami Zayn, happy to be there without accomplishing much. A Kevin Owens' list with Jericho's name.

Zayn ended the fight by pinfall with a Helluva Kick.

Jack Gallagher won with the running corner dropkick. Samoa Joe did a sit-down interview with Cole, which did a good job of explaining his character and who he is. Instead, the tag champs double teamed him until the ref had to call the DQ. After the commercial break, Jericho was taken out on a stretcher into an ambulance.

Tozawa finished off Daivari with the snap bridging German suplex.

The makeover of Emma to Emmalina: Well, the new "Emmalina" finally debuted only to explain that she would be undergoing another makeover right back to "Emma".

Kofi Kingston (w/Big E & Xavier Woods) vs.

The bout reached a turning point after Flair's protege Dana Brooke raked the eyes of Bayley allowing the defending champ to strap the Huggable One into her patent Figure-Eight Leglock. Cesaro dominated Amore, hit a European uppercut and scored the pinfall. While Bayley didn't beat Charlotte for the title in WWE's developmental brand, she did eventually reach the top of the mountain by beating Sasha at NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn in August 2015.