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WWE Live UK London results: AJ Styles, Daniel Bryan and Samoa Joe go to war; SmackDown Live's three top stars battled it out in one of two top main events.

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The superstars ofWWESmackDown Live headed to The SSE Arena, Wembley for a night featuring two big main events.

WWE Champion AJ Styles, SmackDown Women's Champion Becky Lynch, Daniel Bryan, Charlotte Flair and more competed in London.

NXT UK talents Trent Seven and Zack Gibson also featured during an evening that also included US and tag team title match-ups.

Mirror Sport's Tony Quant was there to review all thewrestlingaction.

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A great opener to the show and a fast-paced match saw Hardy mirror all of Nakamura's signature poses to the jubilation of the crowd. Shinsuke got the win after blocking a Twist of Fate and hitting the Kinsasha for the win to retain his title.

Gibson got nuclear heat on the microphone post match stating that London isn't the real capital of the UK. There was lots of back and forth banter with the crowd and Seven got the win after hitting the Burning Hammer.

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Naomi versus Mandy Rose quickly ended in a DQ after Sonya Deville attacked Naomi, which led to a run in from Asuka, to set up an impromptu tag match. Asuka and Naomi dominated the bout and Asuka submitted Sonya Deville via the Asuka lock for the victory.

A solid match which saw Almas take the early advantage and work on the arm of Benjamin. The end came after Almas reversed a power bomb attempt, raked the eyes and hit his Hammerlock DDT for the victory.

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A fun bout with plenty of back and forth action saw each team get their signature moves in. Kofi took a big dive to the outside to take out Sheamus. The contest concluded when Jimmy Usos went for a dive to the outside, but Cesaro appeared out of nowhere for a roll-up pin.

After 10 minutes of dancing around the ring, Rusev rolled up R-Truth for the win. A total waste of time. Post-match, Aiden English ran out to attack Rusev, but was beat down by him and R-Truth.

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Gallows and Anderson dominated most of the match, until Eric Young interfered to switch the tide in Sanity's favour. Young eventually got ejected from ringside, which led to Gallows hitting a super kick on Wolfe and after a Magic Killer, they scored the win.

The chemistry between these two is incredible and they would struggle to have anything but a decent match. The crowd were fully behind 'The Man' from the start.

Following a very technical match, Flair went for her trademark moonsault, but Lynch got her knees up and then secured a roll-up pin to retain her title.

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There was a great reception for all three men ahead of a match which was a typical triple threat, with each getting in a large amount of offence. Joe was taken out after a double suplex and we got to witness the spectacle of Styles versus Bryan for a short period.

After a number of close counts, AJ hit a Styles Clash on Bryan and then picked up the win after hitting a Phenomenal Forearm on Joe to retain his world title.

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Shinsuke Nakamura retained his U.S. title

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Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville

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AJ Styles leaps to prevent Daniel Bryan submitting Samoa Joe
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Daily Mirror (London, England)
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Date:Nov 10, 2018
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