The main event saw The Usos defend the SmackDown Tag Team Titles over The Street Profits. Reigns and Heyman came down during the match and watched from ringside, but Reigns later rushed the ring and applied a Guillotine submission to Montez Ford, which led to the referee calling the match due to a disqualification. After the bell, Reigns finally broke the hold and stood tall as boos from the MSG crowd got louder.
Reigns then took the mic and said if Lesnar wants it, he can get it. Reigns declared that he will smash Lesnar as soon as he’s done smashing Balor at WWE Extreme Rules. That’s when the lights went out and came back to the entrance of The Demon. Balor hit the ring and faced off with Reigns as fans cheered The Demon on. The Usos stood behind Reigns and looked on, but there was no physical activity. Super SmackDown at MSG went off the air with The Demon facing off with The Bloodline in the middle of the ring.
It was noted on commentary that Reigns will likely defend the WWE Universal Title against The Demon at Extreme Rules on September 26 in Columbus, Ohio. WWE previously announced Balor vs. Reigns, but Balor will likely work the match as his alter-ego.
As noted earlier, Brock Lesnar challenged Reigns during the opening segment. Lesnar vs. Reigns was not confirmed, but it looks like that match will take place at WWE Crown Jewel on Thursday, October 21 in Saudi Arabia. It’s been speculated that WWE might save the match for the Survivor Series pay-per-view on November 21 in Brooklyn, or do a slow build and save it for WrestleMania 38 next April at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX.