Results by Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com
July 10, 2023
Buffalo, New York – KeyBank Center
Commentary: Kevin Patrick and Corey Graves
Quick Match Results
- Tag Team Match: Drew McIntyre & Matt Riddle defeated Imperium (Ludwig Kaiser & Giovanni Vinci) via Claymore by McIntyre on Vinci
- Zoey Stark defeated Becky Lynch via roll up after a distraction by Trish Stratus
- Shayna Baszler defeated Emma via Kirifuda Clutch
- No Disqualification Match: The Miz defeated Tommaso Ciampa via pinfall after Bronson Reed hit Ciampa with a Tsunami
- Tag Team Match: Chelsea Green & Sonya Deville defeated Kayden Carter & Katana Chance via roll up with foot on the ropes by Green on Chance
- Six Man Tag Team Match: The Judgment Day (Finn Bálor, Damian Priest & “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio) defeated Seth “Freakin” Rollins, Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn via Coup de Grace by Balor on Zayn after interference by Rhea Ripley
In-Ring: The Judgment Day, Seth Rollins
We go live into the KeyBank Center to hear the music of the Judgment Day. Finn Bálor makes his way to the ring without his Judgment Day compatriots.
Video Package: “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio challenged Seth “Freakin” Rollins to a match last week on Raw, but it was stopped by Damian Priest. Priest went to cash in his Money in the Bank contract, but Finn Bálor ran in and knocked Rollins into Priest. This interrupted the cash-in. Priest and Bálor argued while Rollins gave “Dirty” Dom a Pedigree on the floor.
Finn Bálor is pacing in the ring as the crowd boos him. Bálor says the way things went down at Money in the Bank still doesn’t sit right with him. The issues between him and Seth “Freakin” Rollins haven’t been put to rest because of Damian Priest.
The Judgment Day’s music hits, making everyone think Damian Priest is coming out. Instead, it is Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley and “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio. Ripley asks what is going on. She knows that Bálor has some unfinished business he would love to discuss, but they won’t do it out here. Whatever it is, they can do it in the back. Bálor says his issue is with Priest and not them. Priest cost him the World Heavyweight Championship at Money in the Bank… Ripley gets in the ring and pushes Bálor’s microphone down. She tells him to calm down. Mysterio stays at ringside and watches. Bálor speaks with her before dropping the microphone and leaving the ring. Bálor looks at Mysterio suspiciously and walks by him.
Ripley says what they just saw is their business. The only thing the people need to know is the Judgment Day still runs Monday Night Raw. Ripley challenges anyone to come out and question that fact. She’s still the most dominant woman in WWE. Tonight, her Latino Heat will finish his business when he puts down Seth “Freakin” Rollins. Mysterio goes to speak, but he’s LOUDLY booed out of the building! Mysterio angrily paces in the ring.
World Heavyweight Champion Seth “Freakin” Rollins’ music hits, and he comes out to the stage eating buffalo wings. Mysterio shouts for Rollins’ music to be cut. Rollins says no one is out here to hear Mysterio run his mouth. We’re here to party, eat buffalo wings, and watch the Judgment Day implode right before our very eyes. Mysterio says the only thing that will implode is Rollins’ head when he beats him tonight. The crowd loudly boos. Rollins incredulously says Mysterio is going to beat him. Rollins then cackles into the microphone, causing Ripley to seethe with anger. Rollins says he has some bad news for Mami. Tonight, he’ll be the only one whipping little Dom-Dom’s ass. Rollins dances off while eating his wings.
Backstage: The Judgment Day
Damian Priest is backstage when Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley and “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio come up to him. Priest says that went exactly like he thought it would. Ripley says it didn’t go the way she planned it, but they need to grow up, act like men, and squash it. Priest says he already spoke to Finn Bálor, but he chose not to listen. For her, he’ll talk to him again. Ripley says good and walks off with Mysterio.
Tag Team Match
Drew McIntyre & Matt Riddle vs. Imperium (Ludwig Kaiser & Giovanni Vinci)
Matt Riddle will start against Ludwig Kaiser. They lock up, and Riddle applies a waistlock before taking him down. Riddle goes for an armbar, but Kaiser fights up and backs him to the corner. Kaiser punches Riddle in the midsection and hits a headlock takeover. Kaiser cinches in a side headlock, but Riddle fights up. Riddle tries to whip him off, but Kaiser holds onto his head with the headlock. Riddle gets up and twists out before going for a key lock. Kaiser quickly backs him to the corner and punches him in the face. Drew McIntyre looks on menacingly from the apron. Riddle responds with a pair of deadlift gutwrench suplexes. Riddle wrenches the arm and tags in McIntyre.
Drew McIntyre comes into the ring for the first in-ring action he’s seen since WrestleMania. Giovanni Vinci attacks him from behind, but McIntyre quickly takes him down with a clothesline. McIntyre chops him down and tags Riddle in. McIntyre helps Riddle hit a standing Floating Bro for a one-count. Vinci quickly takes Riddle down with a swinging back suplex. Gunther shouts instructions from ringside. Vinci chokes Riddle on the middle rope until the referee backs him up. Kaiser tags in and taunts McIntyre. Riddle catches Kaiser with an armbar while hanging over the top rope. Vinci quickly crushes Riddle with a dropkick. Kaiser then hits a wild baseball slide on Riddle that sends him FLYING off the apron.
We come back from the break to see Vinci beating Riddle down with short-arm clotheslines. Riddle counters one into a crucifix pin for a two-count. Vinci immediately boots him down and tags Kaiser in. Kaiser powers Riddle into a pin for a two-count. Kaiser cinches in a chin lock on the mat. Riddle fights up and exchanges blows with Riddle in the ring. Kaiser absorbs a kick and uppercuts Riddle before hitting a flatliner. Kaiser then turns around and boots McIntyre in the head! Riddle counters a discus lariat with an overhead kick.
McIntyre gets on the apron, and the crowd comes to their feet. Kaiser stops Riddle from making a tag and tags Vinci. Vinci hits a vertical suplex for a near fall. Gunther is not happy with the referee’s count. Vinci sets up for an Imperium Bomb, but Riddle hits a back body drop and knees Kaiser in the face coming off the middle rope.
McIntyre tags in and clotheslines both Kaiser and Vinci down. McIntyre sends Vinci into the ropes and hits an overhead belly-to-belly suplex. McIntyre grabs Vinci and gives him a second one. McIntyre hits Kaiser with a neckbreaker, followed by Vinci. McIntyre looks at Gunther and gives Vinci a vicious powerbomb. McIntyre walks toward Gunther and looks him right in the eye. McIntyre goes to the corner and does a countdown, but Kaiser interferes. McIntyre throws him away. The referee checks on Kaiser, so Gunther uses the distraction to pull McIntyre out of the ring. Riddle quickly stuns Gunther with a diving knee to the head off the steel steps. McIntyre gets in the ring and hits Vinci with a Claymore. Riddle locks Kaiser in an ankle lock as McIntyre pins Vinci.
Winners by Pinfall: Drew McIntyre and Matt Riddle
Gunther is furious and shouts at Giovanni Vinci before walking off on him. Vinci looks shocked. Kaiser looks at Vinci before following Gunther.
Backstage: The Judgment Day
We go backstage to see the Judgment Day. Finn Bálor says he’d be World Heavyweight Champion if it wasn’t for Damian Priest. Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley tells them to stop acting like children. She tells them to go one at a time, with Priest going first. Priest says it was never his intention to cost Bálor the match at Money in the Bank. Priest wanted Bálor to win the match and the title. Priest would never have cashed in on him. They can go back to handling their business or… Bálor says they can have a fresh start under one condition. Bálor has issues with Seth “Freakin” Rollins and wants him first. Priest says he has no problem with that. Priest knows Bálor can beat Rollins. Either way, it’s covered. Priest holds up the briefcase and walks off with Ripley and “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio.
Backstage: Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn, Rhea Ripley & Dominik Mysterio
Jackie Redmond is backstage with the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn. She says they have successfully defended the titles on numerous occasions since WrestleMania. What’s next? Zayn says more of the same. They’ll keep going on winning. They beat Pretty Deadly and also came out on top of Imperium. It doesn’t matter who it is, they’ll take them out.
Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley and “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio walk up. Owens says no one called them. They need to follow the rules. Ripley says they didn’t say the Judgment Day. Any combination of them can beat them for the titles. They’re taking all the titles. Tonight, her Dom-Dom will smash Seth “Freakin” Rollins’ head in. He worked on his cardio in prison and never gets tired. They walk off. Zayn wonders what she meant by that.
Seth “Freakin” Rollins vs. “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio
As Seth “Freakin” Rollins makes his entrance, Rhea Ripley distracts him. “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio attacks him from behind and punches away at him. Rollins fights back, and they’re brawling at ringside. Rollins knocks Mysterio into the crowd and chases him. Mysterio runs away and gets back to ringside. Damian Priest and Finn Bálor then attack Rollins from behind! Priest punches away at Rollins at ringside.
Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn run down to make the save. They attack Bálor and Priest in the ring. Rollins runs in with a steel chair and chases Balor and Priest away. Mysterio gets hit in the spine with the chair. Rollins stands tall in the ring with Owens and Zayn as the crowd sings his theme song.
In-Ring: Logan Paul & Ricochet
Ricochet makes his way to the ring. Ricochet greets Buffalo, New York. Ricochet says everybody knows why he’s here. Before he gets into it, he wants to say something to the crowd from the heart. Ricochet says if you know him, from the moment he steps through the curtain, every risk he takes is for the people. Ricochet wants them to remember him as the highlight of their nights. Tonight, he’s here for one individual person: Logan Paul. The crowd loudly boos. Ricochet says he feels the same way. Ricochet knows Logan Paul is here. Paul has accomplished a lot in his short time in the WWE. They’ve crossed paths on multiple occasions. One of those occasions was Paul jumping him after Money in the Bank because “little Logan” didn’t get his way. Ricochet is cool with that, but he’s not cool with Paul going on his podcast about Ricochet being unprofessional when he admitted he didn’t know what he was doing in the first place. They do it big here. They don’t do it on social media. If Paul has something to say to him, he can say it to him face-to-face.
Logan Paul makes his way to the ring to loud boos. The Maverick laughs into the microphone as he walks to the ring. Paul says Ricochet looks like a little boy. Paul says he wants to make this quick because he doesn’t want to be in this crap city any longer than he has to be. Ricochet is a human highlight reel and one of the most spectacular superstars he’s ever seen. When they get in the ring, it’s fireworks, but he stands by what he said on his podcast. At Money in the Bank, all the cronies cared more about Logan Paul losing than winning. Ricochet blew the match for both of them. That makes Ricochet a reckless amateur. If Ricochet wants to talk unprofessional, Paul can do that.
Ricochet says he was. He’s a man of the people. Ricochet promises that none of the people want Paul near that Money in the Bank briefcase. Ricochet says Paul keeps saying the word “unprofessional.” Ricochet says he wouldn’t be in this ring after 20 years of people telling him he’ll never be anything if he was unprofessional. A “Logan sucks” chant fires up. Ricochet says he was going to do the professional thing and challenge Paul to a match, but now that he’s out here and he sees Paul’s stupid face, all he wants to do is hurt him. Ricochet will do that, but he has some advice for the rookie: “Don’t you ever run your damn mouth about Ricochet again.”
Paul says he’ll never be intimidated by a dude in an extra medium button-up that’s 90% forehead. Ricochet is clever, and Paul respects it. Ricochet wants a match with Paul so he can go viral. Paul doesn’t care about going viral. Logan Paul is a WWE Superstar. Paul has a legendary knockout punch. Ricochet is about replays and clips. This isn’t going to work out between them.
Ricochet is furious and does a somersault flip over the top rope before landing on his feet at ringside! Paul says that was cool for a TikTok, but he’s not here to make moments. Paul is the moment. This isn’t going to work out. Paul turns around but then goes for a sucker punch. Ricochet avoids it and hits Paul with Sliced Bread #2 on the floor! Ricochet shouts at Paul and walks off. Paul smirks at him.
Becky Lynch vs. Zoey Stark
The bell rings, and they circle the ring. They lock up, and Stark applies a side headlock. Lynch whips her off, but Stark takes her down with a shoulder tackle. WWE Hall of Famer Trish Stratus is wearing a face protector at ringside. Lynch hits Stark with a waistlock takeover. Stark fights up and wrenches the arm. Lynch twists out and hooks a side headlock. Stark fights out and applies a side headlock. Lynch whips her off and drops down, but Stark cartwheels over her. Lynch quickly takes her down, and Stark is irate. Lynch sidesteps her and hits a pair of arm drags. Lynch cinches in an armbar and shouts at Stratus. Stark fights up, but Lynch catches her with an inside cradle for a two-count. Stark takes her down, but Lynch bends out a la Trish Stratus. Lynch hits the ropes, but Stratus trips her. Stark punches Lynch down and charges, but Lynch puts her on the apron. Stark avoids a diving leg drop, but Lynch lands on her feet. Stark then hits Lynch with a springboard dropkick that sends her flying out of the ring.
We come back from the break to see Stark roll through a cross-body block and power Lynch up. Lynch gets out and kicks away at Stark, knocking her to ringside. Lynch hits the ropes and connects with a baseball slide. Lynch gets on the apron and hits a diving clothesline to the floor. Lynch throws Stark into the barricade three times before putting her in the ring. Lynch gets Stark in the ring and hits a pumphandle exploder suplex for a two-count.
Lynch sets Stark up near the corner and goes to the top rope. Lynch jumps but lands on her feet when Stark moves. Stark hits a clothesline, followed by a running knee to the face. Stark charges, but Lynch drops her on the apron. Stark snaps her off the top rope and hits a slingshot twisting senton for a near fall. Stark goes for Z-360, but Lynch gets out. Lynch counters with a reverse DDT for a near fall. Lynch goes for a Dis-Arm-Her, but Stark counters with a roll-up for a two-count. Lynch goes for it again, but Stark whips her off and superkicks her down for a near fall. Stark cannot believe it. Stark shouts at Lynch to quit and mounts her for some stiff forearms to the face. The crowd chants for Becky. Stark lifts her, but Lynch slides off and rolls her up. Stark rolls through and grabs the ropes, but the referee catches her. Lynch rolls Stark up, but Trish Stratus gets on the apron. Stark goes for Z-360, but Lynch counters it and hits Stratus with a baseball slide! Stark then rolls Lynch up for the win!
Winner by Pinfall: Zoey Stark
Backstage: Seth Rollins, Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn
World Heavyweight Champion Seth “Freakin” Rollins is backstage with Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn. Rollins says he appreciates Owens and Zayn making the save before asking for their plan. Zayn says they can beat the Judgment Day. They’re three champions and are going to beat them because they can. Owens says he has a smart plan. Owens wants to punch faces and break noses.
In-Ring: Alpha Academy Graduation Ceremony for Maxxine Dupri
Chad Gable shooshes the crowd and thanks them. Gable and Otis are dressed in graduation regalia. Gable says they’re here to honor an achievement, though not his own, because we’d be here all night. Tonight, we’ll be celebrating Alpha Academy’s first female graduate. She’s put in the hard work and showed off her skill by beating the Viking Raiders with some sick arm drags. It is his honor and pleasure to give an Alpha Academy diploma to Maxxine Dupri.
Dupri makes her entrance in a magenta graduation gown. She thanks Gable. She thought he was an ugly little troll when she first met him, but he’s become a great mentor, teacher, and friend. She beat that witch Valhalla with his training. She also thanks the “beautiful hunk of beef” Otis. Otis is her muse. This wouldn’t be possible if he didn’t catch her eye. They are just getting started.
Gable and Otis put on Alpha Academy jackets. Otis wildly puts his on. Gable tells Dupri to take off her cap and gown and put on the last jacket she’ll ever need.
The Viking Raiders’ music hits. Erik and Ivar head to the ring. As they do, Valhalla attacks Dupri from behind and steals her Alpha Academy jacket.
Shayna Baszler vs. Emma
Shayna Baszler makes her way to the ring. Earlier today, Emma walked up to Baszler and acted like they were friends. Baszler says she’ll demonstrate what she’ll do to Ronda Rousey later tonight.
The bell rings, and Baszler peppers her with punches and kicks. Baszler whips Emma to the opposite corner and charges, but Emma boots her back. Emma connects with a nice running dropkick and hits a running cross-body block into the corner. Baszler kicks out at two. Baszler pushes her off and clotheslines her down. Baszler punches away at Emma and bends the arm back before stomping it. Baszler grabs the arm and asks who wants a souvenir. Baszler then applies the Kirifuda Clutch for the submission.
Winner by Submission: Shayna Baszler
“Rowdy” Ronda Rousey makes her way to the ring. Baszler waits for her. Rousey punches Baszler in the face and takes her down. They brawl in the ring before Baszler goes for the Kirifuda Clutch. Rousey pulls her off and goes for an armbar, but Baszler rolls out. Baszler pulls herself out of the ring and backs away from Rousey. Rousey is irate.
In-Ring: Cody Rhodes
“The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes makes his way to the ring to a big reaction. The crowd happily sings his song. Rhodes says, “So, Buffalo, whattaya guys want to talk about?” Rhodes says there are millions of people sitting at home, but he asks if they can indulge him as he turns his back to look at everyone here tonight. Rhodes looks to the crowd, and they shower him with praise. A “Cody” chant picks up. Rhodes says he sees them and hopes they can see him. Sometimes it feels like there’s an invisible wall between him and the crowd, but he doesn’t feel that way. The reason it feels like that and doesn’t feel performative is because what he has been telling them since he returned is real. They’re not just talking about career goals. They’re talking about life goals. Someone asked him in the United Kingdom about his momentum. Rhodes answered politely and was cagey. Rhodes cited the fans. Every city is sold out, and every crowd is louder and louder. Every metric you can judge him by, he’s doing ok. Rhodes thinks his momentum in the ring is shaky because of the mountain that stands in front of him. It’s a mountain he cannot go over, under, or around. You can only go through it. Rhodes is talking about Brock Lesnar.
Lesnar is not here tonight, and didn’t think Buffalo was worth the trip. Rhodes was told Lesnar will be here next week. Rhodes made a discovery about Mr. Lesnar. Everybody has a Brock Lesnar. Fear of heights? Terrible anxiety? Terrible student debt? Brock Lesnar! We all have it. It’s impeding us from the most important step we need to take. His Lesnar is 6’3″, 285 pounds, and a walking billboard for Darwinism and Natural Selection. “Some men see things the way they are and say why. Others dream things and say why not?” Rhodes dreams about a rubber match against Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam.
Nothing would make Rhodes happier if Lesnar came to the ring, shook his head, and knew it wasn’t personal. Even if they don’t shake hands, he’s going to finish the chapter that Lesnar started for no damn reason. The reason is simple. Why would anyone want another match against Brock Lesnar? What comes from that fight? What emerges from that cloud of dust is simple. That guy is next in line. That prince doesn’t want to be the prince forever. Rhodes will be next in line! Rhodes’s music hits.
No Disqualification Match
The Miz vs. Tommaso Ciampa
As Ciampa makes his entrance, he grabs a steel chair. Miz runs out, and Ciampa attacks him before whipping him into the LED barricade. Ciampa sends him into the LED apron and puts him in the ring. Miz rolls into the ring and picks up the steel chair. The bell rings to start the match. Ciampa tackles him, and they trade punches. Miz rolls out of the ring and attacks him. Ciampa quickly bounces him off the commentary table before throwing him over. Corey Graves’s headset is taken out. Ciampa chops away at Miz’s chest and sits him down in a chair. Ciampa then knocks him over with a running knee to the face.
Ciampa gets Miz in the ring, and a “We want tables” chant picks up. Ciampa positions the chair in the ring and goes for the Fairy Tale Ending. Miz counters and goes for a Skull Crushing Finale on the chair, but Ciampa powers out. Miz quickly big boots him down. Miz takes a moment to recover before choking him on the top rope. Miz grabs the steel chair, but Ciampa punches him in the midsection. Miz knocks Ciampa back to the corner and hits his patented corner clothesline. Miz goes to the top rope and leaps, but Ciampa hits Miz in the ribs with the steel chair. Ciampa puts the chair around Miz’s head and drives him into the ring post. Ciampa celebrates what he just did.
We come back from the break to hear the crowd going crazy because Ciampa is bringing out a table. Miz hits him with a baseball slide that sends Ciampa over the commentary table and into Kevin Patrick’s lap. Miz puts the table back under the ring. Ciampa quickly attacks him and leans the lid of the table onto the table. Ciampa hits Miz with a back suplex on the lid. Ciampa gets Miz on the table. Miz fights back, so Ciampa throws him off the table and into the barricade.
Ciampa goes under the ring and throws a chair and a trash can lid into the ring. Ciampa then gets a table out, to the delight of the crowd. Ciampa puts Miz in the ring. Miz boots Ciampa in the face as he gets in the ring. Miz attacks Ciampa and grabs the trash can lid. A “Tiny Balls” chant fires up. Miz goes to the second rope and leaps, but Ciampa hits a flying knee out of midair. Ciampa stomps the trash can into Miz’s midsection before hitting a pair of running trash can lid shots to the head. Ciampa then sets the table up for a big reaction. Ciampa puts Miz on the top rope and sets up for an Air Raid Siren. Ciampa connects with an Air Raid Siren off the second rope and through the table. Ciampa covers, but Bronson Reed pulls him out of the ring and avalanches him at ringside. Reed hits a senton splash on the floor and puts Ciampa back in the ring. Reed goes to the top rope and CRUSHES Ciampa with a Tsunami. Miz slowly recovers and slides over to cover Ciampa for the victory. Reed smiles and walks off.
Winner by Pinfall: The Miz
Miz smiles at Reed in the ring and shouts in triumph. Miz’s back is bleeding from going through the table.
Backstage: Liv Morgan & Raquel Rodriguez, Sonya Deville & Chelsea Green
Replays are shown of Chelsea Green and Sonya Deville defeating Kayden Carter and Katana Chance to become #1 Contenders for the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship.
WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Liv Morgan and Raquel Rodriguez are backstage. Sonya Deville and Chelsea Green walk up to them and ask why they’re going to be at ringside. Morgan says they just want to see their competition for next week. Rodriguez tells them to settle down. Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley walks up to the Tag Team Champions and gets in Rodriguez’s face. Ripley says they got in her business for the second time last week. Do it again, and that’ll be strike three. Chelsea Green walks up and says three strikes, and you’re out, like in basketball. They’re going to run this division with Ripley. Ripley asks who said “we.” Deville and Green quickly scurry off. Liv Morgan says they’re not scared of Ripley. The reason they got involved in her business last week is that she disrespected Natalya. Rodriguez says they’re going to stop her. They walk off.
Tag Team Match
Chelsea Green & Sonya Deville vs. Kayden Carter & Katana Chance
Kayden Carter starts against Sonya Deville. Carter dropkicks her down and tags in Katana Chance. Chance traps Deville in the corner, and Carter hits a dropkick. Carter tags in, and they hit Deville with another double-team strike. Chelsea Green tags in and hits a hideous roll-up for a two-count. Green hits a flatliner into the corner. Green puts Carter on the top rope and climbs, but Carter gets her in the electric chair. Deville pulls Chance down. Carter kicks Green away and tags Chance in. Chance sits on Carter’s shoulders and hits a splash, but Deville breaks up the pin. Deville kicks Carter in the head. Chance goes after Green, but Green rolls her up and gets her feet on the ropes, which Deville holds down, for the win.
Winners by Pinfall: Chelsea Green and Sonya Deville
Backstage: Drew McIntyre, Matt Riddle
Drew McIntyre and Matt Riddle are talking backstage. Byron Saxton comes up to them. McIntyre says there have been a lot of factions popping up. He wants to take Imperium out. Riddle says he’ll be facing Gunther next week. McIntyre tells him to hold off since he’ll be away next week. Riddle says he got Gio Vinci and Ludwig Kaiser banned from ringside. McIntyre wishes him luck and invites him to a party. They walk off and leave Saxton behind.
Next week on Raw, Brock Lesnar returns. Alpha Academy will also battle The Viking Raiders in a Viking Rules Match. Liv Morgan and Raquel Rodriguez will defend the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship against Chelsea Green and Sonya Deville. Matt Riddle will also take on WWE Intercontinental Champion Gunther in a non-title match with Ludwig Kaiser and Giovanni Vinci banned from ringside.
Six Man Tag Team Match
Seth “Freakin” Rollins, Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn vs. The Judgment Day (Finn Bálor, Damian Priest & “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio)
Seth “Freakin” Rollins will start the match against Dominik Mysterio. Mysterio quickly runs away, and Rollins chases after him. Mysterio tags Finn Bálor in as he gets in the ring. Rollins thwarts the attack from Bálor and takes it to him. Bálor quickly knees him and wrenches the arm. Senor Money in the Bank tags in and attacks Rollins before throwing him to the corner. Rollins gets away and punches away at him. Rollins quickly hits a flatliner into the corner and tags Sami Zayn in. Zayn comes off the second rope with a diving elbow to Priest’s head. Kevin Owens tags in. Zayn hits Priest with a drop-toe-hold, and Owens hits a senton splash for a two-count. Owens hits the ropes, but Bálor kicks him in the spine. Rollins and Zayn attack Bálor and Mysterio. Priest gets out of the ring and attacks Zayn and Rollins to break it up. Owens then wipes everyone out with a somersault plancha off the top rope to the floor. Owens celebrates.
We come back from the final break of the evening to see Priest standing over Owens. Priest wrenches the arm and pulls him to his feet. Owens punches out, but Priest knees him before hitting an uppercut. Priest then knocks Zayn off the apron. Priest avalanches Owens in the corner. Bálor tags in and hits a slingshot stomp. Mysterio tags in and hits a slingshot senton a la Eddie Guerrero. Bálor gives Owens a backbreaker, and Priest hits a leg drop for a two-count. Bálor tags back in and kicks Owens in the face. Ripley gleefully taunts Owens at ringside. Bálor sends Owens into the ropes, but Owens counters back with a DDT. Mysterio tags in, but Owens avoids him.
Rollins tags in and clotheslines Mysterio. Rollins punches Priest off the apron. Rollins clotheslines Mysterio again and strikes away at him to take him down. Rollins goes for a Pedigree, but he lets go to send Priest over the top rope. Mysterio goes for a roll-up, but Rollins rolls through and kicks Mysterio in the head for a near fall. Rollins goes for a Buckle Bomb, but Mysterio rakes the eyes. Priest tags in and kicks Rollins back. Priest hits a vicious short-arm clothesline for a two-count. Ripley shouts at the referee. Priest goes for South of Heaven, but Rollins backflips out of it. Priest goes after Rollins and nearly accidentally hits Bálor. Rollins superkicks Priest into Bálor, knocking him to the floor. Rollins hits Priest with a Pedigree and covers, but Bálor breaks up the pin. Bálor tags in and goes for a Sling Blade, but they seem to mistime something else. Rollins hooks the head and says, “Up, up,” before hitting a front suplex. Mysterio tags in, and Bálor drops Rollins. Mysterio hits a Frog Splash and covers, but Zayn breaks it up. Ripley is irate.
Bálor hits Rollins with a Sling Blade and sizes him up. Bálor charges, but Rollins superkicks him down. Zayn gets on the apron and tags in. Zayn comes off the top rope with a diving cross-body block for a two-count. Zayn goes for a Blue Thunder Bomb that Bálor looks like he was supposed to get out of, but he instead gets slammed. Bálor hits a Sling Blade before hitting a Woo Dropkick into the corner. Bálor comes off the top rope, but Zayn moves. Zayn connects with a Blue Thunder Bomb, but “Dirty” Dom breaks up the pin. Mysterio attacks Zayn before turning into a Stunner from Owens. Priest sends Owens out of the ring. Zayn clotheslines Priest out of the ring and hits Bálor with an exploder suplex into the corner. Ripley pulls Zayn’s ankle. Priest hits Zayn with South of Heaven. Bálor hits Zayn with Coup de Grâce for the win.
Winners by Pinfall: The Judgment Day
A united Judgment Day celebrates in the ring as the show comes to an end.