The Greatest Royal Rumble was positioned as an extension of the WrestleMania card, featuring rematchs between Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar for the Universal Championship (in a steel cage, no less) and AJ Styles and Shinsuke Nakamura for the WWE title headliner the show. There are also five more title fights and the first 50-man Royal Rumble match in front of a sold-out crowd at King Abdullah Sports City Stadium in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
Tim Fiorvanti has the live summary as this historical plays out the show. 
Intercontinental Championship Match: Seth Rollins (c) def. The Miz vs. Finn Balor vs. Samoa Joe
The Intercontinental Championship Match, from both the participants and the ghost of the Ladder Match format, was a potential show stealer from the start. It was clear from the first moments of the game that Seth Rollins, Finn Balor, Samoa Joe and The Miz realized that they had the potential and were ready to go anything.
There were no half pacemakers or reducing the level of risk of a typical ladder match, with dives all over the ring and falling on, off and through the ladders. Everyone had their moments early, but Samoa Joe parted ways and dictated the pace with a variety of ladder-based moves and a Powerbomb / Suplex combination that beat Rollins and Balor. He also took one of the night's most brutal moves as Miz nailed a skull-crushing finale, which Joe first threw face down into a ladder lying on the floor.
Once the ladder was ranked under the title, Miz, Balor and Rollins fought on three ways with The Miz, who insulted everyone with more of his signature. For the first time in the evening, "that's awesome" chanted songs throughout the stadium, while Miz cleared everyone up by using the ladder as a weapon. That spun quickly as Miz lay on a ladder when Balor landed a coup de grace and threw him out of the game.
After fighting Samoa Joe for a few minutes, we had one of the most creative endings in Ladder Match in recent memory. As Balor climbed the ladder and grabbed for the title, Rollins jumped off the top rope, stormed to the other side and tore the championship and the victory directly from Balors hands. This should also create the conditions for Rollins Vs. Moving Balor forward, which should be great for Raw and the IC title.
SmackDown Tag Team Championship Game: Bludgeon Brothers (c) def. The Usos
Although a one-sided effort would not have been so surprising, the Usos were not easily pushed aside in this match. They put together a series of high-flying offensive maneuvers, including a few out-of-the-ring dives, a double superkick and a uso splash. But the level of supremacy lately has increased his head with the fast momentum of momentum at the end of the game. With a Turnbuckle Smash and a Double Powerbomb, Harper and Rowan successfully maintained their SmackDown Tag Team Championships.
United States Championship Game: Jeff Hardy (c) Feat. Jinder Mahal
Just like the Raw Tag Team Championship game that took place before him, the likelihood of a title change was here low from the beginning.
After a fairly solid game in which Jeff Hardy defeated Jinder Mahal to win the United States Championship on Raw a few weeks ago, Hardy switched to SmackDown and took that title back to Tuesday night. This rematch was far from being competitive or entertaining, and included a whisper in the wind as Hardy jumped off the top rope, missed Mahal by a few yards, and Mahal still fell as if hit.
Twist of fate, Swanton Bomb, Hardy wins. The End 
Raw Tag Team Championship Game: Matt Hardy and Bray Wyatt bes. The Bar
The result of this match seemed relatively straightforward from the beginning, as Sheamus and Cesaro were now in the SmackDown squad, but that did not mean it There was no fun in this match. The bar struggled for quite a while, but the match turned in a hurry. With a stroke of fate on Sheamu and a helpful stroke of fate alongside Bray Wyatt, Hardy and Wyatt went to battle with the Raw Tag Team Championships.
Cruiserweight Championship Game: Cedric Alexander (c) best. Kalisto
Although there were some fun moments and highlights throughout the game, the energy level at the Greatest Royal Rumble was in certainly a few ticks lower in the early stages.
The crowd hurriedly picked it up as Kalisto scored a hit Lucha-style Super Tornado DDT and she reappeared as Kalisto nailed a springboard Spanish Fly while Alexander perched on the top turnbuckle.
The game finally had its best moment near when Alexander Salida del Sol of Kalisto jumped into his lumbar control to win the victory. This was not the best matchup the Cruiserweight Division could have spawned, or one with many background stories, but things seem to recover as they return to 205 live on Tuesday.
If there was any doubt as to how the crowd would respond to this show, the entrances of Triple H and John Cena facilitated them in a moment. Both got tremendous reactions and kept things moving slowly and evenly as they soaked the moment. The game had a super old school, with a break between each move. Even in Saudi Arabia there was "Let's go Cena, Cena sucks" song, and although the game itself was sometimes a bit sloppy, there were a lot of fun moments.
Cena struck a hiring position, the Triple H quit, and Triple H hit a pedigree from which Cena had dropped out. Cena finally hit a deadlift AA, whipped Triple H into the corner, landed a second Attitude Adjustment and took the Pinfall win.
Cena thanked the crowd and Saudi Arabia for him, and the show was on its way.  To come:
Universal Championship Game: Brock Lesnar (c) Vs. Roman Reigns in Steel Cage
WWE Championship Game: AJ Styles (c) vs. Shinsuke Nakamura  50-man Royal Rumble Match