From one continuing display of dominance to another, Andrade added to his still-growing winning streak with yet another victory, this time over Eric Young. And while Young mustered up a fair amount of hometown magic against the former NXT Champion in the form of a gorgeous top-rope elbow drop and a wheelbarrow neckbreaker, Andrade dodged Young’s second attempt at the elbow and quickly put the match away with his running double knees and the Hammerlock DDT.
Not to be outdone, however, 2019 NASCAR Champion Kyle Busch notched a WWE victory of his own when he pinned 24/7 Champion R-Truth (Busch’s seatmate Michael Waltrip served as the ref), leading to a title change that was unexpected even by the standards of WWE’s most chaotic title. True to form, Truth rallied, winning the title back later in the evening by pinning Busch during his championship photo session.
Article source: WWE.com