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WWE Fresno & Stockton live results: Sunday house shows

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Following Super ShowDown, the Raw and SmackDown rosters were in action at house shows in California on Sunday night.

Submitted by Sergio Padilla from Raw's house show in Fresno

- United States Champion Samoa Joe defeated Ricochet and Cesaro in a triple threat match to retain his title

Joe won with the Coquina Clutch on Ricochet.

- Alexa Bliss hosted a Moment of Bliss segment and insulted Fresno. Natalya then came out, with Bliss saying that Natalya will never live up to the Hart name. That led to the next match.

- Alexa Bliss defeated Natalya

- EC3 cut an in-ring promo and was interrupted by No Way Jose.

- No Way Jose defeated EC3

The Viking Raiders ran down to the ring and attacked both No Way Jose and EC3 after. The Viking Raiders issued a challenge, which was answered by The Lucha House Party.

- The Viking Raiders defeated The Lucha House Party (Gran Metalik & Lince Dorado w/ Kalisto)

- Sami Zayn came out to the ring. He insulted a fan in the crowd and Fresno, then said Fresno isn't deserving of seeing him wrestle. Braun Strowman and Bobby Lashley came down to the ring.

- Braun Strowman defeated Bobby Lashley (w/ Sami Zayn)

Zayn attacked Strowman after the match, but Strowman laid him out with a slam.

- Raw Tag Team Champions Zack Ryder & Curt Hawkins defeated Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson and The Usos in a triple threat match to retain their titles

They did posturing and talking for the first three minutes.

- Raw Women's Champion Becky Lynch defeated Lacey Evans to retain her title

Lynch retained by pinfall.

- Universal Champion Seth Rollins defeated Baron Corbin to retain his title

Corbin attacked him before the bell, but Rollins ended up retaining with the Curb Stomp.

Submitted by Roy Lucier from SmackDown's house show in Stockton

- Intercontinental Champion Finn Balor defeated Shinsuke Nakamura and Ali in a triple threat match to retain his title

This went about 12 minutes and had great action. Nakamura was a really good heel here, generating some amazing heat.

They did a lot of fast action. Nakamura got a lot of offense on both guys especially. Nakamura and Ali were battling in the corner and Balor knocked Ali out of the ring, Nakamura fell, and Balor did his foot stomp finisher.

- Asuka & Kairi Sane defeated Mandy Rose & Sonya Deville

A really good old school match. The heels worked on Sane, building up the hot tag to Asuka. Finally, Sane got the pin with the Insane Elbow.

- Kevin Owens did a KO Show with Elias as his guest. During the segment, Big E came out once the heels started running down The New Day. It led to Owens and Elias attacking Big E, but Big E did a comeback and put Owens through a table that was propped up in the corner.

- SmackDown Tag Team Champions Daniel Bryan & Rowan defeated Apollo Crews & Chad Gable to retain their titles

Amazing match with hot heat and great spots, especially with Gable and Bryan. Rowan looked really good here as well. After Bryan stopped an attempted dive by Crews, Rowan pinned Gable with his face chokeslam move.

- Roman Reigns defeated Drew McIntyre

The crowd heat here was amazingly loud for everything. Good match with lots of brawling outside the ring. Reigns set up for the Superman Punch a couple times, but McIntyre hit some great counters. Reigns finally won with the spear.

- SmackDown Women's Champion Bayley defeated Liv Morgan and Ember Moon in a triple threat match to retain her title

Morgan did a lot of innovative offense here and looked really impressive. There was a hot crowd for the whole match. Bayley pinned Morgan after hitting the Bayley-to-Belly suplex.

R-Truth came out to congratulate Bayley, but it led to Buddy Murphy, Gable, Matt Hardy, and Crews trying to pin him for the 24/7 title. After all of them were unsuccessful and R-Truth got away, Gable and Crews superkicked Hardy.

When Hardy got up, he grabbed the mic and talked about how the two “Young Bucks” who just superkicked him were in trouble in the future, but he wanted to fight Lars Sullivan right now.

- Lars Sullivan defeated Matt Hardy

Short match but really showed Sullivan's power. Sullivan attempted a flying headbutt off the top rope at one point.

- Aleister Black defeated Randy Orton

Black got the shocking clean pin on Orton. Great old school match with a lot of buildups and great psychology. They went about 15 minutes before Orton ran into Black in the corner and Black hit a surprise Black Mass and got the win.

- WWE Champion Kofi Kingston (w/ Big E) defeated Dolph Ziggler to retain his title

This went about 25 minutes and was the best match of the night. Lots of near falls that made sense and great psychology. I hope these two have a similar match on a PPV for everyone to see.

Ziggler took the corner turnbuckle off, and when the referee saw it, Ziggler went to get a chair and Big E stopped him. But the ref saw Big E with the chair and kicked him out.

Ziggler then hit a Zig-Zag for a near fall. When he went for a superkick, Kingston caught him with a Trouble in Paradise for the pin.

Afterwards, Kingston stayed at ringside taking photos and signing autographs for over 20 minutes.