Roman Reigns escapes at WWE Clash at the Castle thanks to a new Bloodline member

In front of more than 60,000 spectators at Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales, on Saturday, Roman Reigns defeated Drew McIntyre in a match for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship that went down in history.

Three spears, two Superman Punches, two guillotines, and even the assistance of Solo Sikoa, a recent addition to The Bloodline, who stepped in late in the match to aid Roman gain the victory, weren't enough to stop "The Tribal Chief" from losing.

The tag-team champion Usos, who are Reigns' cousins, have a younger sibling named Sikoa who competes on NXT. The Usos and Paul Heyman were absent from the WWE's first stadium event in the United Kingdom since SummerSlam '92, but Sikoa made her debut to assault McIntyre as he attempted to end Roman's two-year reign as champion with a third Claymore.

Reigns was able to land a third spear thanks to interference, preventing Scotland-native McIntyre from capturing the titles in front of his home crowd.

Tyson Fury, the heavyweight boxing champion, comforted McIntyre and led the crowd in a performance of his iconic rendition of "American Pie." But "The Gypsy King" wasn't done after that.

After a Claymore knocked out Roman and the referee and rendered Reigns and McIntyre unconscious, Austin Theory raced to the ring to pay his Money in the Bank briefcase. Theory was put out in a heap by Fury's powerful right hand before a second referee could sound the bell.