SBS’s ‘ Inkigayo’ aired its latest episode with energetic and fun performances from your favorite idols!
On today’s episode, Weki Meki came back with ” Tiki-Taka (99%)”, and WINNER’s Kim Jin Woo debuts solo with ” Call Anytime”.
As for the winners, Oh My Girl, Maktub, and ITZY were the nominees, but it was Oh My Girl who took the win with ” Bungee (Fall in Love)” that took the final win. Congrats to Oh My Girl!
Other performers of the night were Rocket Punch, Dongkiz, CIX, GWSN, JBJ95, ITZY, NCT Dream, and Oh My Girl.
Check out the performances below!
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Seth Rollins regained the WWE Universal championship by defeating Brock Lesnar, who now lives in Canada much of the time, in front of a sellout crowd in the main event of SummerSlam at the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto last Sunday evening. The 12- match show had its share of ups and downs and lasted four and a half hours with Charlotte Flair forcing Hall of Famer and Canada’s own Trish Stratus to concede to the figure eight submission maneuver in what Stratus had referred to on interviews leading up to SS as her final match. She has come out of retirement for a few appearances since retiring a good while back to start a family.
Philadelphia favorite Drew Gulak retained his cruiserweight crown by pinning Oney Lorcan after a cyclone crash in the opener. Buddy Murphy picked up a disqualification victory over Apollo Crews when Eric Rowan interfered to throw Murphy around and powerbomb him into the ringpost. When Elias came out to make disparaging comments about the Maple Leafs and Blue Jays, another retired Canadian star named Edge speared the unappreciated musician. Nikki Cross and Alexa Bliss retained the tag team belts with a win over the Iconics, while Becky Lynch held onto the Raw women’s title with an armbar submission win over another Canadian, Natalya.
AJ Styles defeated Ricochet to hold onto the United States championship and Kofi Kingston retained his WWE heavyweight title when his bout with Randy Orton went to a double count out. Bayley also kept her Raw women’s belt with a win over Ember Moon. Kevin Owens nailed Shane McMahon with a stunner and pinned him despite the efforts of guest enforcer Elias. The Fiend, Bray Wyatt beat Finn Balor with the mandible claw. The in-ring work rate was generally solid, although there were some sloppy moments in a couple of places.
The NXT Takeover show on Saturday night was highlighted by an incredible best of three falls match between Johnny Gargano and Adam Cole. The 51-minute affair had a little bit of everything including a cage stocked with weapons for the third fall. There were lots of highspots, some of them admittedly on the scary side and the live crowd was plenty into the action. Io Shirai’s win over Candace LeRae was touted as one of the best women’s matches of the year and some fans felt it was as good as the Gargano-Cole encounter despite
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ANAHEIM, Calif. – UFC star Nate Diaz got the biggest pop from the crowd at UFC 241. But Colby Covington was a close second.
The former interim welterweight champion briefly stole focus from a pay-per-view bout between Derek Brunson and Ian Heinisch when fans at Honda Center yelled “Colby sucks,” along with other expletive-filled chants.
UFC president Dana White declared Covington officially is “very unpopular, but popular.” But he’s apparently not popular enough to register with Diaz, who claimed not to know the brash, Donald Trump-loving fighter after a decision win over Anthony Pettis in the co-headliner of Saturday’s event.
“Who’s it? What weight?” Diaz asked in response to a question about potentially fighting Covington. “I don’t know who that is, so like if we’ve got somebody good to fight.
“If you’ve been here for two weeks and get a little hype show, I don’t give a (expletive).”
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Diaz spent several minutes railing at the fighters he’d left behind during a three-year absence from the sport. He said the UFC didn’t promote the toughest people and instead jumped from fad to fad. He said such an approach is the reason for his years-ago callout of Conor McGregor, which led to two fights that certified Diaz as a star.
Diaz said the UFC should be promoting the “baddest mother(expletive) belt.” The interim title Covington currently carries around is apparently not that.
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