*Spoiler* WWE European tour: Results

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*Spoiler* WWE European tour: Results

Last night in London, WWE marked its return to Europe with a short tour and stop at the O2 Arena. The famous building that in the past hosted not only events and conferences of the federation but also television episodes of RAW and SmackDown, one above all that of the blue brand in November 2017, when AJ Styles managed to dethrone Jinder Mahal and win the WWE Championship for the second time in his career.

Well, last night, April 29, 2022, the World Wrestling Entertainment entertained its fans with a renewed clash between Roman Reigns and Drew McIntyre after that of Survivor Series 2020. Now thanks to the website bodyslam.net, we are aware of the complete results inherent to the show.

Here they are below. - WWE Women's Tag Team Championship Match: Sasha Banks & Naomi defeat Shayna Baszler & Natalya - Gunther defeats Shinsuke Nakamura - Bobby Lashley defeats Sheamus - Aliyah defeats Shotzi - Non-Title Match: RK Bro defeat The Usos - WWE Intercontinental Championship Match: Ricochet defeats Sami Zayn & Butch.

WWE kickstarted the 2022 European Spring Tour

WWE kickstarted the 2022 European Spring Tour at the Utilita Arena in Newcastle, England. The event was stacked with top stars from RAW and SmackDown and featured multiple title matches.

Ricochet pinned the victory over Zayn. - WWE Smackdown Women’s Championship Match: Charlotte Flair defeats Ronda Rousey - WWE Universal Championship Match: Roman Reigns defeats Drew McIntyre A respectable card that seems to go straight to the feuds scheduled for the next PPV of the company or WrestleMania Backlash in which, among the already announced, there is the renewed clash between Charlotte Flair and Ronda Rousey in an I Quit match.

The PPV in question will be held on Sunday 8 May at the Dunkin 'Donuts Center in Providence and will be broadcast as always on Peacock TV and WWE Network. Meanwhile, the federation announces the name of the Cardiff PPV next September, or Clash at the Castle.

The event also featured a couple of title matches in which Ricochet defended his Intercontinental Championship against Butch while Charlotte Flair defended her coveted SmackDown Women's Title against Sasha Banks.