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    Posted: 10/April/2018 at 13:48
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It's the night before May Day over here, so UK fans will be able to have a late night, and then a lie in.

Seth/Miz and Roman/Samoa are two strong matches to start building the card.

I wouldn't have two similar titles defended on the same dual brand B shows, so because the IC is already booked, I wouldn't bother having Jinder defend the US title.
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Look at this way, now you can have a World Title be defended at every PPV with Lesnar keeping the Universal Championship at Mania.

I think they’ll go Nakamura/Styles II to headline this show.
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Originally posted by Collywog3:16 Collywog3:16 wrote:

I think they’ll go Nakamura/Styles II to headline this show.
 
I would be happy with that, but after Smackdown it looks like Daniel Bryan is being hotshot straight to the title picture, so it might be triple threat.
 
Quote U.S. Champion Jinder Mahal is sitting at ringside in a big chair with Sunil Singh beside him. He's here to watch this next match to determine the #1 contender for his U.S. Title.

- Bobby Roode vs. Randy Orton vs. Rusev: Aiden English does Rusev's introduction, and he's at ringside in Rusev's corner. Orton looks for an RKO attempt on Roode early on, but Roode dodges it and Rusev drops Orton. Rusev and Roode go at it in the ring now and Roode hits a blockbuster off the middle rope. Orton comes in and dumps Roode outside, then he goes after Rusev in he ring. Rusev hits a kick to the head of Orton for a two count. Rusev and Orton fight out to ringside, and Orton hits a back suplex on to the announce table. Roode comes over and starts laying into Orton with right hands, then he takes Orton in the ring then hits a flying clothesline off the top. Roode looks for the Glorious DDT, but Orton escapes and they start exchanging strikes. Rusev pulls Orton out to the floor and hits a back suplex of his own on the table on Orton. Back in the ring, Rusev lays into Roode with kicks then hits a splash in the corner. Rusev follows up with a spinning heel kick on Roode, and then leads the crowd in a Rusev Day chant. Rusev hits a big boot then puts Roode in the Accolade. Orton breaks it up, then hits an RKO on Roode for the three count. Orton now has a U.S. Title shot against Jinder at Backlash.

Winner: Randy Orton

- Orton and Mahal have a stare down after the bell, and we see some replays from the match.

 
Both show midcard titles are now on the line. Can't say i'm happy with that.
 
The problem with these dual cards now is pretty much every match will always have a title on the line, which will devalue Night Of Champions.
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