*Spoiler* Big E picked up the win for his team

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*Spoiler* Big E picked up the win for his team

We are still backstage, where ROMAN REIGNS loads the USOS COUPLE CHAMPIONS, while he still seems to be angry with PAUL HEYMAN for the revelation made by Lesnar earlier in the evening, with the latter unable to respond. Big E picked up the win for his team in the 10-man tag team match on SmackDown this week.

He teamed up with The Mysterios, King Nakamura, and Rick Boogs to beat Sami Zayn, Dolph Ziggler, Robert Roode, Apollo Crews, and Otis.

Big E picked up the win for his team

He simply pointed to his Money in the Bank briefcase and said that he would be going to RAW next week - potentially teasing a cash-in on the Almighty WWE Champion Bobby Lashley.

Although he mentioned Roman Reigns as well, and even had a moment with Paul Heyman backstage, Big E's future seems clear - it isn't necessarily going to be on SmackDown. If or when Big E becomes a World Champion, it might just be on RAW.

We have already reached the main event of the special Super SmackDown, with the STREET PROFITS entering the square and being followed by the USOS CHAMPIONS IN CHARGE !!! Reigns doesn't let go of Ford and knocks him out (if I'm not mistaken he lost a shoe during the battle)!

The Tribal Chief takes the microphone and promises that he will defeat Brock Lesnar ... BUT THE LIGHTS GO OUT ... THE ARENA TURNS RED ... IT'S THE DEMON KING ... IT'S FINN BALOR !!! THE DEMON IS BACK !!! Balor enters the ring and goes face to face with Reigns, two weeks after their Extreme Rules title fight!

Coming to Sami Zayn, apparently, his contract was supposed to end during the fall, but that isn’t the case. As of now, Zayn’s contract is not ending as thought to be and he will not be a free agent soon. Now, the only reason the rumours of Zayn’s contract ending started circulating is because of the superstar himself.

During an interview, Zayn revealed that his contract could end during fall, but now, reports reveal that is not what the situation is. Now, there are talks of Ric Flair possibly making his AEW debut. Initially, no one expected WWE to release Flair, but when it happened, everyone wondered about his next move.

He made an appearance on NWA 73, and many believed this was where he would remain. However, he could soon come to AEW. Keeping them aside, the former superstars who are already working with AEW are Chris Jericho, Sting, Christian Cage, Jon Moxley, Rusev (Miro), and FTR.