He salutes all and leaves the ring. Jinder is down, Triple H in a corner.
Wyatt entered the ring and absorbed the crowd reaction. Wyatt left the ring early in the match and tried to go for heel heat. Kane followed and threw him in the ring. They traded blows.
Kane did his traditional sit up, then Wyatt went for Sister Abigail, but Kane reversed. Later he chokeslammed Wyatt for the win. The Usos hot-tagged in later in the match, then New Day won with a roll-up.
Post-match, their celebration was interrupted by the other two teams who beat up the New Day.
They then posed together and left the ring. Jordan entered to no reaction. Sadly, the crowd here is not very familiar with NXT. He entered the ring and took the microphone. He said India has no real athletes. He said no one compares to him, be it a cricketer or anyone else.
He gave a heel promo disparaging Indian athletes, which was met with loud boos. Cue the entrance of Kishan Raftar Lovepreet who made his in-ring debut.
The match started and they locked up. The bulk of the match was carried by Jordan with a few early missed spots by Raftar, but finally Raftar won the match. After the match, Raftar took the mic and fired up the crowd by speaking in Hindi with nice charisma and leading a chant.
She won with the Figure-Eight leglock. Dolph Ziggler got a huge pop here. A lot of girls especially were shouting around me who were silent earlier. They did that throughout the match.
Triple H broke several hurts as he conquered the Canadian wrestler of Indian-origin as the crowd supported the Punjabi boy.
By far this was the best match of the night. It went on for around minutes. Both of them are amazing athletes. Breeze, who was met with indifference earlier, managed to get a lot of boos during the match with his mannerisms. Finally, Dolph won with the Zig-Zag.
Post-match, Dolph celebrated with the fans and ran all around the ring plus near the ramp and clapped hands with everyone. He was really over here.
A solid match to close out first half of the event. The same formula was applied from earlier with Gable making Rama look good. Rama won with a German Suplex-like move. Rusev entered to a nice reaction. Yeah, me too.
A nice minute match. Next was the main event of Roman Reigns vs. Big Show. Show entered to a nice pop with a mean look.
Reigns got the loudest pop of the night when he entered. No crowd bias here.
He was the most over guy on the show. Finally, Reigns brawled with him outside and took him in the ring. They traded blows and then Big Show dominated the lengthy portion of match tossing around Reigns.
Reigns made his comeback, which led to Big Show leaving the ring again. Reigns performed his Apron Dropkick twice.
Show then entered the ring and took down Reigns. Reigns got up and went for a clothesline, which was met by a Spear.
Show covered and Reigns kicked out. Post-match, Reigns gave a really nice promo about the journey to India and said the long flight was totally worth it. He said this is the loudest crowd he has ever seen in his career.
Maybe he meant that seeing his reception firsthand. He came across natural and passionate here, unlike his TV promos. Overall, this was the first WWE live event for most of us, as the last one happened 15 years ago.
So, it was an awesome and refreshing experience. The crowd was mostly hot and pro-babyfaces. Best Pops.