It was a great night for the Irish at WWE SummerSlam 3 years ago

It was a great night for the Irish at WWE SummerSlam

A great day for Limerick made even better.

One of the WWE's biggest pay-per-view events of the year took place on Sunday night. SummerSlam went down in Brooklyn, New York and it was a great night for the Irish contingent.

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Finn Bálor made an appearance as his demon alter-ego and quickly dispatched his opponent Baron Corbin.

Bálor's entrance was haunting and people were absolutely chuffed to see him appear as the demon.

And it didn't stop there.

Limerick-born Becky Lynch turned heel (changed from being a goodie to a baddie) and beat up her best friend Charlotte Flair.

Lynch was supposed to be booed for her actions, but was cheered instead, which is a testament to how loved her character is. Fans of the WWE can't wait to see what Lynch can do as a heel.

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Despite the fact that she technically lost her match, she will definitely be seen as one of the biggest winners of the night.

Ronda Rousey, meanwhile, became the second person to have won a UFC belt and a WWE belt, following in Brock Lesnar's footsteps. She became the WWE Raw Women's Champion, defeating Alexa Bliss.

Check out all the results from Sunday night's SummerSlam below.

SummerSlam 2018 results:

Seth Rollins defeated Dolph Ziggler via pinfall to win the Intercontinental title.

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New Day defeated Bludgeon Brothers  via disqualification.

Braun Strowman defeated Kevin Owens via pinfall to retain the Money in the Bank briefcase.

Charlotte Flair defeated Becky Lynch via pinfall to win the Smackdown Women's title.

Samoa Joe defeated AJ Styles via disqualification.

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The Miz defeated Daniel Bryan via pinfall.

Finn Balor defeated Baron Corbin via pinfall.

Shinsuke Nakamura  defeated Jeff Hardy via pinfall to retain the U.S title.

Ronda Rousey defeated Alexa Bliss via submission to win the Raw Women's title.

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Roman Reigns defeated Brock Lesnar via pinfall to win the Universal title.