Aliyah Sets Record For Fastest Victory In WWE History On 1/14 WWE SmackDown

Aliyah has set a new WWE record.

On the January 14 episode of SmackDown, Aliyah made her SmackDown singles debut against Natalya. She was interviewed backstage and said that she was nervous and just wanted to put on a good show. Natalya then showed up with her Guinness Book of World Records and bragged about holding three herself. She then said she would set a fourth tonight by pinning Aliyah in under 3.8 seconds to secure the fastest victory in WWE history.

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Before the bell could ring, Natalya attacked Aliyah, softening her up for what she hoped would be a record-setting victory. After the referee confirmed Aliyah could compete, the bell rang and she quickly rolled-up Natalya for the win.

The ring announcer then revealed that she had just set the record for the fastest victory in WWE history, later revealed to be 3.17 seconds.

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