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John Cena says goodbye to the Joe Louis Arena

31 July 2017

WWE Live landed in Detroit, Michigan, tonight for a SmackDown Live house show.

The WWE roster helped Motor City say goodbye to the famous Joe Louis Arena Saturday night, as it is scheduled for demolition after more than 40 years in operation.

The New Day defeated The Usos and Breezango in a Triple Threat to retain their SmackDown Tag Team Titles.

SmackDown Women's Champion Naomi, Becky Lynch, and Charlotte defeated Nattie, Tamina Snuka, and Carmella. The victor of that match will go on to face Jinder Mahal for the WWE Championship in one of the top matches at next month's SummerSlam.

While last night may have been WWE's final appearance at #Joe Louis Arena, it's far from their last time in Detroit.

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It was the 39th Cup Series win for Busch, who now has won at every track in the series except for Charlotte Motor Speedway. Completing the top 10 were Kevin Harvick , Clint Bowyer, Daniel Suarez, Erik Jones, and Joey Logano .

In the main event, it was John Cena taking on Rusev again.

You come out to a ring filled with three title hopefuls arguing over who will next get a shot at the belt, and announce that the champion will be defending it at the forthcoming pay-per-view against not one, not two, but all three of them - in a fatal. four. way.

Little Caesars Arena will host WWE's "Hell in a Cell" pay-per-view event on Sunday, October 8.

Many have thought that Cena would win this week and go on to take the title from Mahal which would give him the record for most world championships ever.

Wrestling Inc. took notice of an updated promotional page for the No Mercy pay-per-view event set to take place in Los Angeles on September 24.

John Cena says goodbye to the Joe Louis Arena