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WWE Night of Champions 2023 Results: Rhodes, Lesnar and more

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WWE Night of Champions 2023 took place tonight from Jeddah in Saudi Arabia, but what took place on the show itself?

There were a number of massive bouts that took place on the night, with the WWE World Heavyweight Championship getting a new holder when Seth Rollins faced AJ Styles.

Cody Rhodes would also get a rematch against Brock Lesnar, with the ‘American Nightmare’ fighting with a ‘broken arm’ heading into the match itself.

WWE Night of Champions Results

Here are the full results from WWE Night of Champions 2023 from the Super Dome in Jeddah:

World Heavyweight Championship Match: Seth “Freakin” Rollins b. AJ Styles – Rollins took the win after hitting a Pedigree and then a Stomp

Trish Stratus b. Becky Lynch – Stratus took the win after Zoey Stark appeared and attacked Lynch on the outside. Trish then hit Stratusfaction for the pin

WWE Intercontinental Championship Match: Gunther (c) b. Mustafa Ali – Gunther took the win after hitting a massive dropkick followed by his hellacious Powerbomb

WWE RAW Women’s Championship Match: Asuka b. Bianca Belair (c) – Asuka took the win after spitting mist into her fingers and putting them in Belair’s eyes

WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship Match: Rhea Ripley (c) b. Natalya – Ripley took the win after hitting the Riptide, this was quick and dominant

Brock Lesnar b. Cody Rhodes – Lesnar took the win when Cody fainted in the kimura lock

Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship Match: Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn (c) b. The Bloodline (Roman Reigns and Solo Sikoa) – Owens and Zayn took the win when The Usos interfered and JIMMY USO LOST IT AND ATTACKED ROMAN!

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