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Monday, July 24, 2017

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The Great Khali returned to WWE to help save the WWE Championship for Jinder Mahal at Battleground.

Challenger Randy Orton appeared to be on the verge of reclaiming the title by escaping the 'Punjabi Prison' in the night's main event when 7ft veteran Khali came out to shake the structure.

Khali then climbed the prison to put Orton in a chokehold and allowing Mahal to claim over the bamboo wall and take home the gold.

Orton had been up against it before Khali's return after interference from the Singh Brothers but that ended when Orton dropped Samir Singh through a table from the top of the structure.
John Cena's in-ring return was a successful one after he beat Rusev in a flag match.

Cena put his Bulgarian rival through a table in an overly patriotic bout that was over when the American put his flag on a podium.
Natalya is the new No 1 contender for the Women's Championship after winning a five-woman elimination match.
The veteran ultimately managed to pin Charlotte Flair to book her title shot at SummerSlam against defending champion Naomi.
Naomi came to shake Natalya's hand after the bell but the challenger was having none of it and walked away instead.
Arguably the best match of the night was the Tag Team Championship battle between The Usos and The New Day.
In a highly athletic encounter that saw many big hits and high flying moves it was The New Day that prevailed to win the Smackdown titles for the first time.
The U.S. Championship also has a new man holding it after Kevin Owens beat AJ Styles in a controversial manner.

Both men appeared to have their shoulders on the mat when trying to lock in submissions but it was Owens that was granted the victory.
The other two matches saw Sami Zayn pin Mike Kanellis, while Baron Corbin was disqualified from his bout against Shinsuke Nakamura after hitting him with a low blow before attacking him after the bell.

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