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WWE Crown Jewel Results: Disappointing end to Brock Lesnar vs Bobby Lashley

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Brock Lesnar vs Bobby Lashley was the opening match of the night for Crown Jewel but it ended up being a disappointment for the fans.

Fans expected to see a lot of destruction when these two monster-sized athletes collided. The bout started with Lashley attacking The Beast Incarnate during his entrance even before the bell had rung. The two then exchanged blows with Lashley dominating the first half of the bout. Lesnar later managed to get back at his opponent.

The ending of the match was a bit disappointing as Bobby Lashley locked Brock Lesnar in the Hurt Lock. At one point it looked as if Lesnar would pass out but he used the ropes to throw Lashley down. Bobby Lashley didn’t break the hold even after this. The referee, however, counted the pin as Brock was on top and Lashley’s shoulders were down.

While Brock won the match, the All Mighty didn’t like the way things ended. The former US champion attacked Lesnar after the match and put him in hurt lock again before finally going back. This suggests that we haven’t seen the last of this rivalry.

What happened at WWE Crown Jewel 2022?

Here are all of the rest of matches set to take place tonight, and you can watch all of the action back now on demand through two streaming services!

  • Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns vs. Logan Paul
  • Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair vs. Bayley (Last Woman Standing Match)
  • Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos vs. The Brawling Brutes
  • WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Alexa Bliss & Asuka vs. Dakota Kai & IYO SKY
  • Drew McIntyre vs. Karrion Kross (Steel Cage Match)
  • Braun Strowman vs. Omos
  • The O.C. vs. The Judgment Day (Six-Man Tag Team)
  • Bray Wyatt brings mystical energy to WWE Crown Jewel

Fans in the United Kingdom can see all of the action via WWE Network, which currently works out at £9.99 per month for subscribers.

Pro wrestling fans in the United States can watch all of the action back on demand via the Peacock streaming service from NBC.

Written by
Martin MacDonald