WWE Backlash 2017 Results – Live Match Updates

The Smackdown brand-exclusive event Backlash is coming to PPV and the WWE Network today. All but one of the show’s titles on the line, and it will feature the in-ring debut of Shinsuke Nakamura.

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Backlash takes place at the Allstate Arena in Chicago, Illinois. There are eight matches on the card, one of which will take place on the Kickoff Show.

Aside from the debut of Nakamura, The Maharajah, Jinder Mahal, gets his shot at the WWE Championship when he takes on Randy Orton. You can check out our predictions for Backlash here.

Here’s the card lineup for the event:

  • Tye Dillinger vs. Aiden English (Kickoff Match)
  • Sami Zayn vs. Baron Corbin
  • Luke Harper vs. Erick Rowen
  • Naomi, Charlotte Flair, & Becky Lynch vs. Natalya, Carmella, & Tamina
  • The Usos (c) vs. Breezango (For the Smackdown Tag Team Championships)
  • Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Dolph Ziggler
  • Kevin Owens (c) vs. AJ Styles (For the United States Championship)
  • Randy Orton (c) vs. Jinder Mahal (For the WWE Championship)

The Kickoff Show starts on the WWE Network at 7 PM ET/4 PM PT today, May 21. It’s followed by the Backlash event itself at 8 PM ET/5 PM PT on the WWE Network.

In case you’re not caught up, don’t worry; we put the final results in spoiler blocks.

Kickoff Show

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Tye Dillinger vs. Aiden English

Dillinger wins by pin at 8:21.

Main Card

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Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Dolph Ziggler

Nakamura pins Ziggler at 15:48.

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The Usos (c) vs. Breezango

(For the Smackdown Tag Team Championships)

The Usos win by pin at 9:14.

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Sami Zayn vs. Baron Corbin

Zayn pins Corbin at 14:37.

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Naomi, Charlotte Flair, & Becky Lynch vs. Natalya, Carmella, & Tamina

Natalya submits Becky Lynch at 10:02.

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Kevin Owens (c) vs. AJ Styles

(For the United States Championship)

Owens wins by countout at 21:08.

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Luke Harper vs. Erick Rowen

Harper wins by pin at 8:57.

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Randy Orton (c) vs. Jinder Mahal

(For the WWE Championship)

Mahal pins Orton at 15:47.

Some Xbox One 1 TB Consoles Are $50 Off Right Now In The US

Microsoft has announced a temporary price cut on some Xbox One S models.

Right now in the US, you can get the 1 TB Xbox One S bundles for Battlefield 1, Halo Wars 2, and Gears of War 4 for $300 instead of $350. Additionally, the 2 TB red Gears of War 4 bundle is available for $400 instead of $450. The Forza Horizon 3 1 TB Xbox One S bundle is not part of the deal.

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In an Xbox Wire post, Microsoft said these prices will be available only for a limited time, though a specific end-date and time was not mentioned.

The $50 off deal is good at a variety of US retailers, including Amazon, Target, GameStop, Best Buy, and Walmart, as well as the Microsoft Store.

This price cut comes just before Microsoft is expected to announce new details about Project Scorpio, including possibly its price and release date, at E3 or potentially sooner. GameSpot will report back with more details on the console as they’re announced.

In other Xbox news, Microsoft has announced that Xbox One S models now support 4K streaming through Amazon’s video app.

Next Xbox One Backwards-Compatible Games Arrive In Japan

The Xbox One’s backwards compatibility library grows again with three more games, though they may not be available where you live.

As announced by Microsoft’s Major Nelson on Twitter, the newest additions are three Steins;Gate titles, and they are only available in Japan. If you own any of the titles on Xbox 360 and live in Japan, they should show up automatically in your Xbox One game library. One thing to note is that Steins; Gate 線形拘束のフェノグラム requires the game disc, while the other two do not.

There are hundreds of Xbox 360 games that are playable on Xbox One via backwards compatibility. You can see a roundup of all of them right here.

In other backwards compatibility news, Microsoft is holding a sale right now that discounts more than 250 backwards compatibility games, including Red Dead Redemption, GTA IV, and Black Ops II.

Injustice 2: Everything You Need To Know

Injustice 2 is the follow-up to Injustice: Gods Among Us. It introduces loot, character customization, and items to its fighting system. It also continues where its predecessor’s story left off, focusing on the aftermath of Batman’s successful insurgency against Superman’s tyrannical empire.

With the game out now for PS4, Xbox One, and PC, we’ve compiled our in-depth review and our most important features and gameplay videos detailing everything you need to know about NetherRealm Studio’s latest fighter. Check back often as we update this article with additional articles and videos.

The Review

“With AI battles, online and local versus matches, the diverse and ever-changing Multiverse, and an impressive story mode, Injustice 2 offers numerous ways of engaging with its characters and testing your abilities without feeling repetitive. This variety is further bolstered by gear. Despite the needlessly complex economy tied to item management, the value of customization and expression that comes with gear ultimately makes up for it. And with over 25 characters to explore, it’s easy to look forward to watching your next character grow while your understanding of the game continues to expand. NetherRealm has delivered a fighting game that can be enjoyed by new players and pros alike in ways that go beyond pure competition. It’s a bar that every fighting game should meet, but one that has up until now seemed out of reach.” — Peter Brown [Full review]

Features And Guides


  • Our Favorite Epic Gear (So Far)
  • All The Injustice 2 Characters Confirmed
  • Cheetah Character Backstory
  • Mortal Kombat Vs. Injustice: Series Creator Ed Boon Talks Design Differences
  • Devs Explain How The Game’s Unusual Gear System Actually Works


  • 9 Tips You Should Know Before Starting
  • Mechanics And Terms Explained

Gameplay Videos

  • Livestream with Loot Box Opening
  • Blue Beetle vs Superman Gameplay
  • Batman vs. Superman Gameplay
  • Supergirl vs. Atrocitus Gameplay
  • Every Super Move
  • All Stage Transitions
  • Blue Beetle’s Epic Gear Highlights
  • Full Story Mode
  • Superman Story Mode Ending
  • Batman Story Mode Ending

For more on Injustice 2, check out the news stories below.

  • Review Roundup
  • Injustice 2 Tournaments Announced For PS4 Players Worldwide
  • First DLC Characters Revealed With New Trailer

Awesomenauts Closed Beta Key Giveaway (PC)

We’ve teamed up with Ronimo Games to give away 10,000 Closed Beta codes for Awesomenauts on PC to redeem on Steam. Closed beta ends on Tuesday, May 23.

This is an instant win and you will receive an email with the code within 24 hours. Scroll down below to enter.

Awesomenauts is a 3v3 sidescrolling MOBA inspired by Saturday-morning cartoons from the 80s and 90s. After five years of continuous support on Steam, the game is going free-to-play on Steam on May 24th. Join the Closed Beta to get early access on the full experience and get a headstart on everyone else!

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Mass Effect: Andromeda 1.07 Patch Out Now

A new patch has landed for BioWare’s Mass Effect: Andromeda, but don’t expect it to do much.

GameSpot downloaded update 1.07 on PS4 today and found the following patch notes: “Various bug fixes and stability improvements.”

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Producer Michael Gamble said on Twitter, “It’s just a hotfix.” Specifically, the update fixes a crash with the SOS quest and a problem with >1080p UI placement. The patch also makes an “athletic outfit available mid-playthrough.”

The patch should be live across PC, Xbox One, and PS4. If you’re encountering issues on PC, Gamble said he recommends going offline in Origin, launching the game, then going back online. Another option is to restart Origin, he said.

Andromeda launched in March and had a mixed reaction, which prompted EA management to respond to concerns about the game. Additionally, a report suggested that the Mass Effect series has been put on hiatus and that staffing changes were underway at BioWare Montreal, with some developers moving over to EA Motive and others now working on BioWare’s new IP.

EA has since confirmed the staffing changes and clarified that there hasn’t been any downsizing. It has not addressed the status of Mass Effect.