In the main event, Roman Reigns defeated Jey Uso by technical knockout to retain the Universal Championship. In the penultimate match, Drew McIntyre defeated Randy Orton in an ambulance match to retain the WWE Championship.
What was the last ambulance match in WWE?
Their Last Man Standing match for the WWE Championship in May ended in a no-contest. The Big Guy had an idea on how to settle things afterward. Ryback stepped out of an ambulance, climbed atop it and challenged Cena to an Ambulance match.
Who won the Night of Champions?
Eight matches were contested at the event, with one match on the Kickoff pre-show. In the main event, Seth Rollins defeated Sting to retain the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. In the penultimate match, John Cena defeated Seth Rollins to win the WWE United States Championship.
Who defeated Bobby Lashley?
Lashley became the number one contender for the WWE Championship by winning the “Beat the Clock” challenge on the July 2 episode of Raw. On July 22 at The Great American Bash, he lost to Cena and after the match, they shook hands as a sign of respect. On the July 30 episode of Raw, Lashley was defeated by Mr. Kennedy.
Did Drew McIntyre win against Bobby Lashley?
Bobby Lashley defeated Drew McIntyre to retain his WWE Championship, while Rhea Ripley was disqualified against Charlotte Flair.
Why did Randy lose to Drew?
Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer Newsletter has now revealed that the key reason for Orton losing the WWE Championship was to make Survivor Series more interesting. The backstage belief was that Randy Orton would lose to Roman Reigns at the show thus making the main event lackluster.
Did John Cena retire from the WWE?
John Cena is reassured to see that WWE has a “life” after him and is proud of leaving WWE in a better place than when he joined the company. The former WWE Champion stated a few years ago that he will never retire from WWE.
Who invented the ambulance match?
The Ambulance Match in WCW
This type of match was first seen during the dying days of WCW as a part of Mike Awesome’s “career killer” gimmick. The first five Ambulance Matches took place in May of 2000 and were all televised for free on basic cable television.