Thanks to rajah.com reader "The Big Guy" Matty Dutton for sending this in: - Bobby Roode defeated Dolph Ziggler Roode was over and Ziggler got decent heat here. Ziggler's theme song stopped with a record scratch, with him entering with no music or lights. Roode kicked out of a Zig-Zag and reversed another Zig-Zag attempt into the Glorious DDT for the win. - Sami Zayn defeated Mike Kanellis Zayn cut a heel promo before the match. He said that he was disappointed the fans were cheering for Kanellis over him (even though they weren't) and said that he did the right thing at Hell in a Cell. A really short match followed. Kanellis got some offense in, but Zayn won with the Helluva Kick. Zayn was still using his ska theme. - Aiden English defeated Sin Cara English came out mocking the Canadian national anthem for cheap heat. They had a pretty boring match that English won. - Breezango defeated The Hype Bros and The Colons Breezango received a decent pop and Zack Ryder was very over. The Colons didn't come out to any reaction, and it didn't seem like people remembered who they were. These teams had a comedy match that went long, with it not getting much of a reaction. Fandango eventually pinned Primo with a Falcon Arrow. - SmackDown Women's Champion Natalya defeated Carmella (w/ James Ellsworth) and Charlotte Flair to retain her title This was a pretty good match. Natalya got a good reaction, which she always gets in Canada. She and Carmella teamed up to beat down Charlotte, but they eventually turned on each other. Charlotte took over from there and put Carmella in the Figure Eight until Natalya broke it up and pinned Carmella. - United States Champion Baron Corbin defeated Tye Dillinger, AJ Styles, and Rusev to retain his title They had the best match of the night. Styles was super over and all four guys worked really hard. Dillinger was focused on for much of the match, then the finish came when Corbin cleared the ring of Styles and caught Dillinger with the End of Days. - WWE Champion Jinder Mahal defeated Shinsuke Nakamura to retain his title Surprisingly, a lot of people seemed to leave after the US title match. Mahal was over here and wasn't with The Singh Brothers. He did a promo in Punjabi before the match, then Nakamura got a good reaction for his entrance. The crowd was doing dueling chants for Mahal as the match went on. Mahal smashed Nakamura's head on the turnbuckle and then hit the Khallas to retain. Mahal attacked Nakamura after the bell, but Nakamura got his heat back by hitting him with the Kinshasa.