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The Judgment Day vs. The Street Profits

We go right to the ring and out comes The Street Profits – Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins, with Akira Tozawa. Out next comes The Judgment Day – Finn Balor and Damian Priest with Dominik Mysterio and Rhea Ripley. Mysterio is wearing sunglasses due to the mist he took from Asuka last week. The Judgment Day poses on the apron as their opponents look on.

The bell rings and Priest locks up with Ford, trading arm holds on each other. Ford blocks a back-drop and unloads on Priest with kicks into the ropes. Ford goes wild with strikes, then nails a dropkick but Priest is still up. Ford charges but Priest drops him. Priest launches Ford into the corner, then works him over and stomps away. Balor tags in and keeps the attack going on Ford.

We cut backstage and see The Bloodline beating up WWE NXT Superstar Andre Chase, who is at RAW to work the WWE Main Event tapings, and Elias. Sami Zayn and The Usos brag into the camera as Chase gets beat down. Priest and Balor continue dominating the match for the next few minutes, despite Dawkins and Ford trying to turn it around. The Profits are knocked out to the floor while Priest and Balor stand tall in the ring. We go to commercial.

Back from the break and Ford drops Balor with a DDT. Dawkins tags in and runs wild, knocking Priest down on the apron, then going to work on Balor. Priest runs in but Dawkins nails a Spinebuster, then the corkscrew elbow to Balor in the corner.

Dawkins sends Balor to the floor. Dawkins runs the ring but Priest nails him with South of Heaven, not seeing Ford tag in. Ford with a Frogsplash to Priest. Balor covers Ford for a close 2 count as a concerned Ripley looks on. Ford rocks Balor with an enziguri. Balor quickly recovers and they go at it. Balor with a Slingblade. Balor with a running corner dropkick to Ford.

Tozawa walks over and has words with Ripley and Mysterio, which distracts Balor. Tozawa throws liquid from his red Solo cup into Mysterio’s face, which aggravates his eye injury from last week. The distraction allows Ford to roll Balor up for the pin to win.

Winners: The Street Profits

After the match, The Profits and Tozawa head to the ramp to celebrate as the music hits. We go to replays as The Judgment Day tries to recover. Graves says that wasn’t water in Tozawa’s cup, he can smell it. Ripley marches up to the ramp and yells at Tozawa, then drops him with a single shot. Ripley calls Tozawa to the ring, saying he will fight her if he’s man enough. Ripley returns to the ring to wait on Tozawa. The Profits hype Tozawa up as we go back to commercial.

Akira Tozawa vs. Rhea Ripley

Back from the break and The Street Profits are still trying to talk Akira Tozawa into the match. The bell rings and he hesitates but enters the ring as Rhea Ripley looks on. Th rest of The Judgment Day watches from ringside near the announcers.

Tozawa rushes in and ducks a kick but gets kicked by Ripley. Tozawa counters and Ripley taunts him, telling him to hit her. Ripley attacks and turns him inside out. Ripley covers for a 2 count.

Ripley stomps away in the corner now as the referee counts. Ripley stops to pose for boos from the crowd. Ripley launches Tozawa across the ring and he hits the turnbuckles, then goes down. Ripley stands over Tozawa with big right hands, now to the back of his head as he turns over. Ripley with big forearms to the back of the head now. Tozawa blocks a suplex attempt and tries for one of his own but she hits him in the ribs, then nails a long vertical suplex. Tozawa kicks out at 2.

Ripley grounds Tozawa with a headlock now. Tozawa gets back up but Ripley slams him. Tozawa tries to mount some kind of offense but Ripley catches him for a slam, but he counters and rolls her for a 2 count. Ripley catches Tozawa in mid-air again but he falls to the mat.

Tozawa counters a powerbomb with a hurricanrana, sending Ripley to the floor. Montez Ford mocks Ripley as Dominik Mysterio runs over to check o her. Tozawa runs the ropes for a dive but Finn Balor trips him. Ford and Angelo Dawkins now run over and leap out, taking Balor and Damian Priest down. Tozawa blocks a Riptide.

Ripley runs into the ring post as Tozawa moves. Tozawa knocks Dominik off the apron with a running boot. Tozawa goes to the top for the big senton but Ripley moves and he lands hard. Ripley grabs Tozawa and hits the Riptide for the pin in the middle of the ring to win.

Winner: Rhea Ripley

After the match, Ripley stands tall as the music hits and we go to replays. The Judgment Day poses over Tozawa now.

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The Survivor Series go-home edition of WWE RAW opens up on the USA Network with the standard video package. We’re now live from the MVP Arena in Albany, New York as the pyro explodes and fans cheer. Kevin Patrick welcomes us, and he’s joined at ringside by Corey Graves.

We go right to the ring for tonight’s opening segment as the music hits and out comes Kevin Owens, who is ready to fight. We see how Owens returned to SmackDown last Friday to fight with The Bloodline and join Team Brawling Brutes for War Games at Survivor Series.

Owens comments on joining the team as the fifth member against The Bloodline, and says he’s coming to Survivor Series for one man. No, it’s not Sami Zayn. He says despite everything they’ve been through, he still looks at Sami as a brother, and whatever Sami is going through, it’s his problem. Owens says the person he’s coming to Survivor Series for is Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns. Fans pop.

Owens says it’s been 2 long years since they faced off in the ring and Owens is coming this Saturday to remind Reigns just who the hell he is – Kevin Owens, the guy who took Reigns to the limit 3 times, the guy who would’ve ended his history-making title reign before it even started if it weren’t for The Bloodline, the guy who’s coming to take out the entire Bloodline so next time he gets a shot at Reigns, nothing will stop him from being the guy who beats Reigns’ ass and takes his title. Fans pop and chant for Owens now.

Owens says he got to go to SmackDown because he was invited by some guys, and he thought how rude would it be if he didn’t return the favor, so he brought some guys. The music hits and out comes The Brawling Brutes through the crowd – Sheamus, Ridge Holland, and Butch. Owens watches while sitting on the top turnbuckle. Drew McIntyre’s music then hits and out he comes from the crowd, behind The Brutes. Fans cheer as they all head to the ring. Graves hypes Friday’s non-title War Games advantage match on SmackDown with McIntyre and Sheamus vs. Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos.

Holland takes the mic and declares this Fight Night. Sheamus says there’s a banger cooking in the stove because Saturday will be one of the most painstaking, career-altering matches in WWE history because this Saturday night is… War Games! Everyone joins in. Sheamus hypes Owens as the fifth member of the team. Drew doesn’t remember a time when The Bloodline wasn’t holding the top titles in WWE hostage, abusing their power, but all that will change this Saturday because we’re looking at 5 lads who want to rip apart The Bloodline. Drew goes on hyping up War Games and asks everyone if they’re ready for a war. The music interrupts and out comes The Judgment Day – Finn Balor, Damian Priest, Rhea Ripley, and Dominik Mysterio.

Ripley takes the mic first and tells Drew to shut up because the only topic coming out of Survivor Series is how many women she destroys in her War Games match. She thinks The Brutes are lost because this is RAW, the show The Judgment Day runs. Priest says this is their night, not Fright Night. Priest and Dominik warn them to show respect. Dominik tells them to tell his bum dad Rey Mysterio he said hello. Balor says AJ Styles is getting taxed at Survivor Series, and for those 5 clowns in the ring, he hopes The Bloodline smashes them. Balor says the next time they show their ugly mugs on RAW, The Judgment Day won’t be so nice.

Sheamus addresses his fellow Irishman and says their homes might be only 10 miles apart back home, but they’re 1,000 miles apart here because he doesn’t respect Balor, and Balor is the type of Plastic Paddy he despises. They have words and Sheamus says he’s been salivating his entire career to get Balor in the ring one-on-one, but since we’re all here and Albany is in a good mood tonight, why don’t we do The Judgment Day vs. The Brawling Brutes right now? Fans pop. Balor says now Sheamus is speaking his language. Priest accepts. The Judgment Day rushes down to the ring and a brawl breaks out. Sheamus, Holland and Butch are left alone and standing tall as the music hits. We go to commercial.

6-Man Tag Team Match
The Brawling Brutes (Sheamus, Butch, and Ridge Holland) vs. The Judgment Day (Finn Bálor, Damian Priest, and Dominik Mysterio) w/ Rhea Ripley

Back from the break and Sheamus is in with Finn Balor, who pleads for mercy from the corner. Sheamus attacks and kicks Balor, but Balor retreats to the floor and tags in Damian Priest.

Priest comes in and stares Sheamus down as Kevin Owens joins the announcers for commentary. Sheamus and Priest start brawling around the ring. Sheamus gets whipped into the corner but Priest flies and hits his boots. Sheamus goes to the top but Priest grabs him by his throat to bring him down. Sheamus fights in from the apron, then goes back to the top. Sheamus with a flying clothesline for a 2 count.

Ridge Holland comes in and rocks Priest, then goes for a suplex. They tangle and Priest hits the Stage Dive back elbow. Priest unloads in the corner on Holland now. Priest with a Broken Arrow. Dominik Mysterio tags in to boos. He mounts Holland with rights and lefts to keep him down but the boos pick up. Dominik gets rocked but he makes the tag to Balor, who attacks Holland with an elbow for a quick pin attempt.

Balor keeps Holland down for another 2 count. Balor slams Holland and tags in Mysterio again as Rhea Ripley barks from ringside. Mysterio stomps away and mounts Holland with more strikes. Fans chant “who’s your daddy?” at Mysterio. Holland over-powers with a big vertical suplex to Dominik.

Balor and Butch tag in at the same time an they go at it. Butch drops Balor and drops double knees on the arm. Priest tries to save Balor from a German suplex, but Butch rocks Priest and knocks him to the floor. Butch with a basement dropkick and more offense to Balor. Dominik comes in but Butch tosses him to the floor.

Butch with the Fujiwara Armbar to Balor. Priest pulls Butch to the floor to break the submission up, and drives him into the edge of the apron. Priest yells out and stands tall at ringside to boos. We go to commercial.

Back from the break and Priest is dominating Butch, nailing the big dive in the corner. Balor tags in with a big stomp to keep Butch down. Dominik tags in by launching himself over the top rope with the senton. Balor tags back in and nails a backbreaker to Butch, holding him there for a scissors kick from Priest. Butch kicks out at 2.

Dominik tags back in and stomps away on Butch as fans boo. Butch snaps Dominik’s arm and they both go down. Balor comes in but Butch drops him with an enziguri. Dominik knocks Sheamus off the apron to stop a tag. Holland charges Dominik at ringside but Ripley gets in the way. Butch decks Balor in the corner. Holland tags in and levels Balor with a pair of shoulders. Holland with a flying shoulder to Balor now. Holland with a running corner splash to Balor, and another, then anther but Balor gets his boots up. Holland with a powerslam to Balor for a pop. Holland blocks a kick from Priest and headbutts him back to the apron. Balor catches Holland with the inverted suplex and they’re both down as fans rally.

Sheamus and Dominik tag in and Dominik is terrified. Sheamus stalks him into the corner. Dominik runs away up the ramp but Sheamus is chasing him. The music interrupts and out comes The O.C. – AJ Styles, Luke Gallows, Karl Anderson and Mia Yim. A terrified Dominik runs back to the ring. Sheamus rolls him back in, then nails a clothesline. Sheamus unloads on Dominik now, hitting the Irish Curse backbreaker. Sheamus goes for 10 Beats of the Bodhrán but has to stop and knock Priest away. He goes back to Dominik but Dominik drops his neck over the top rope.

Priest takes Holland out. Butch flies off the top but Priest catches him. Butch with an enziguri to send Priest out. Butch drops Priest at ringside but Balor takes him out. Sheamus rocks Balor on the apron but Dominik prevents 10 Beats of the Bodhrán by rolling him up for 2. Sheamus levels Dominik with a huge right hand.

Sheamus with 10 Beats of the Bodhrán to Dominik now as fans count along, all the way to 20. Fans are fired up for Sheamus now. Sheamus calls for the Brogue Kick to Dominik, and he nails it. Sheamus covers for the pin to win.

Winners: The Brawling Brutes

After the match, Sheamus stands tall as the music hits but Balor attacks him from behind. Sheamus fights the others off and clotheslines Priest to the floor. Sheamus and Priest brawl up the ramp now. Gallows drops Priest on the ramp. Balor looks terrified in the ring. Owens gets up from commentary and is standing behind Balor now as Balor rants at The O.C. Balor turns around to a big Stunner from Owens now. Owens’ music hits as he stands with The Brutes in the ring. Drew McIntyre is hyping up War Games to the announcers, while The O.C. looks on from the stage and The Judgment Day recovers at ringside.

Back from the break and we see what happened earlier with The Brawling Brutes and The Judgment Day.

Cathy Kelley is backstage now with The O.C. – AJ Styles, Luke Gallows, Karl Anderson and Mia Yim. Cathy asks if emotions are running high heading into Survivor Series because of the history between AJ and Finn Balor. AJ says they are because he and Finn were close but he’s realized this is his family, his brothers and sister, and this thing with Balor has come to an end. AJ says he will give Balor the beating he deserves on Saturday, and he will make it phenomenal. Balor walks up and confronts AJ. He says if AJ thinks he’s a bad guy, he’s wrong because Balor is worse, he’s the devil and when you dance with the devil, you never dance again. We hear Rhea Ripley yell Yim’s name from behind. Yim, Balor, Damian Priest and Dominik Mysterio suddenly attack The O.C. A big brawl breaks out as Graves calls for security. The fight goes out to the parking lot now. Priest sends Gallows into a car door, while Anderson slams Dominik on top of the hood. Officials and referees finally try to break things up as we go to commercial.

Women’s War Games Advantage Match: Asuka vs. Rhea Ripley

Back from the break and it’s time for the main event to determine the numbers advantage in the Women’s War Games match this Saturday. Out first comes Team Belair – Asuka with RAW Women’s Champion Bianca Belair and Asuka. Michin or Mia Yim is still recovering from the backstage fight.

Belair takes the mic and talks about how she and Bayley have been tearing each up for the title and the future of the division, but the battle will finally come to an end this Saturday in the only place it can – War Games. She may have won the battle for now but she has not won the war, and she can’t do it alone, and wouldn’t want to do it without her girls. She gets a pop for Bliss and Asuka, and mentions “Michin” (Mia Yim) is OK and will be ready for Saturday. She says while Bayley and her team is playing games, they are ready for war. Bliss is ready to get payback on Damage CTRL and throw Nikki Cross in the trash where she belongs. Asuka says they are ready for war, but no one is ready for them. Belair says just wait and see who their fifth member is. Asuka says tonight, Rhea Ripley is not ready for Asuka. Belair goes on about how people have been hitting her up to be the fifth person, but they won’t reveal the fifth member until SmackDown. Fans boo. The music interrupts and out comes Team Damage CTRL – Ripley with Bayley, Cross, and WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Dakota Kai and IYO SKY.

Bayley laughs at the idea of there being a fifth person and says Belair is just stalling. She says it’s hard for Belair to find someone who likes her, and everyone just wants a title shot. Damage CTRL is on the apron now. Bayley keeps talking trash until Asuka yells at her to shut up. Asuka tells Ripley to let’s do this right now. Ripley says just like she did at WrestleMania, she’s going to eradicate Asuka. Ripley and Asuka have words in the middle of the ring now as the referee enters. We go to commercial as the trash talking continues.

Back from the break and they’re sizing each other up. Ripley taunts Asuka. They go at it and Ripley takes Asuka down first. Ripley with a running knee for a close 2 count. We see Belair and Bliss watching from backstage now. Asuka claps Ripley as she charges in the corner.

Asuka fights Ripley off with a boot, then nails a missile dropkick to send Ripley to the floor. Asuka goes for the baseball slide but Ripely grabs her and puts her on her shoulders. Asuka fights off and slams Ripley’s face into the edge of the apron. Asuka with a Hip Attack to the head while Ripley is hanging off the apron.

Asuka brings it back in but Ripley rolls right to the floor as fans boo and the referee counts. Fans chant for Asuka as Ripley wastes time at ringside. Asuka continues to stall as the boos get louder. She finally comes in but Asuka attacks. Ripley blocks the Hip Attack, then drives Asuka into the mat. Ripley mounts Asuka with fists on the mat as fans boo some more. Ripley barks at the referee, then goes back to stomping and kicking Asuka to keep her down.

Ripley poses to taunt Asuka. Ripley sends Asuka into the ropes, then nails a forearm to the kidneys, and then again. Ripley continues to pound on Asuka to stop her from getting back to her feet. Asuka catches Ripley with a forearm now, but Ripley drops her for a 2 count. Ripley has more words with the referee. Ripley grounds Asuka with a body-scissors now, taunting her while tightening the hold and working her over. Asuka turns it into a 2 count, and again. Asuka then rolls Ripley into an ankle lock submission. Asuka turns that into a knee-bar but Ripley powers up and out, slamming Asuka face-first into the mat.

Ripley launches Asuka face-first into the middle turnbuckle. Ripley with big body strikes in the corner now. Ripley takes Asuka to the top and talks some trash. Asuka fights back while sitting on the top. Asuka knocks Ripley back but Ripley dropkicks her from the top to the floor, and Asuka lands hard on the outside. We go to commercial with Ripley in control as fans boo her.

Back from the break and Ripley is unloading on Asuka in the corner. Ripley misses and lands hard, and they both go down. We see Team Damage CTRL watching backstage now. Asuka kicks Ripley away now and attacks. She catches a kick and nails a big German suplex for 2 as we see Belair and Bliss watching from backstage. Ripley catches Asuka for the Prism Trap in the middle of the ring now. Ripley is sent to the floor through the ropes to break the hold. Ripley comes back to the apron and rocks Asuka. Ripley goes to the top but Asuka yanks her off, sending her to the mat.

Asuka with the sliding knee for a close 2 count. Asuka charges for the Hip Attack but she gets stuck in the ropes, and Ripley knocks her to the mat. Ripley kicks Asuka in the gut, stomps the toes, then rocks her and headbutts her. Ripley with a Northern Lights suplex for another close 2 count. Ripley yells at the referee. Ripley talks some trash and goes for the Riptide but Asuka counters, taking her down into the Asuka Lock. Ripley resists but fans rally and Asuka tries to get it fully locked in.

Before Asuka can get it locked in, Team Damage CTRL appears at ringside, taunting Asuka. Ripley recovers and knocks Asuka back into the corner. Bliss and Belair come to ringside now. Ripley walks into a roundhouse kick from Asuka. Asuka takes her down into the armbar. Ripley resists but Asuka tightens the hold. They break and trade counters. Ripley with the Riptide in the middle of the ring for the pin to win and earn the War Games advantage.

Winner: Rhea Ripley

After the match, Ripley stands tall as the music hits and Damage CTRL joins her. We go to replays. A big brawl breaks out at ringside now between the two teams. Cross slams Bliss back into the barrier but Bliss levels her with a kick to the face. Belair is fighting off Kai and SKY, and Bayley, but they gang up on her. Bliss rocks SKY to save Belair. Cross charges but Belair slams her into the barrier. Ripely stuns Bliss with a headbutt. Ripley pounds on Belair now. Michin runs down and brawls with Ripley over the barrier and into the crowd. Belair is being ganged up on now, but Asuka leaps off the top to the floor, taking everyone else down besides Yim and Ripley. Bodies are down all around ringside as officials rush down to try and restore order. Graves and Patrick hype the Women’s War Games match and the 9 confirmed participants. They hype the rest of the Survivor Series card now. We get a look back at the brawl that just broke out at ringside as the Survivor Series go-home edition of RAW goes off the air.

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Mia Yim vs. Tamina Snuka

Back from the break and out comes Mia Yim for her return match. We see what happened last week in her WWE return. Tamina Snuka is already waiting in the ring.

The bell rings and they go at it. We see Dominik Mysterio and Rhea Ripley watching the match from the bottom of the ramp. Tamina unloads and beats Yim down in the corner, then charges and smashes her. Tamina with a scoop slam as Ripley and Mysterio applaud her.

Tamina goes to the top for a Superfly splash but Yim rolls out of the way. They go at it in the middle of the ring now. Tamina goes for the fall-away slam but Yim launches her with a hurricanrana. Yim with a running boot in the corner. Yim plays to the crowd, then beats Tamina with forearms in the corner.

Yim charges but gets hit with an uppercut as we see Damage CTRL watching backstage. Yim counters Tamina and drops her with Eat Defeat for the pin to win.

Winner: Mia Yim

After the match, the music hits as Yim looks out at Ripley and Mysterio. Yim stands tall but here comes Ripley to the apron now. Ripley smiles as she looks to enter the ring, but she changes her mind and leaves Yim waiting. Ripley jumps back off the apron and joins Mysterio as fans boo. Ripley talks some more trash to Yim as she and Mysterio back up the ramp.

Shelton Benjamin vs. Dominik Mysterio 

We go back to the ring and out comes The Judgment Day – Dominik Mysterio with Rhea Ripley and Damian Priest, no Finn Balor. Rhea whispers to Dominik and they all pose as we go to commercial.

Back from the break and out comes Shelton Benjamin as The Judgment Day looks on. The bell rings and they lock up, going to the corner. Shelton backs off as the referee warns him, but Dominik slaps him.

Benjamin charges but Dominik retreats tot he floor with his stablemates. Dominik comes back in and beats Benjamin down from behind. Dominik takes it to the corner,then shows off to boos. Shelton rocks him and works him around the ring, delivering a slap back. Shelton with more offense, including a big shoulder. Shelton sends Dominik back to the floor to recover as the referee counts. Shelton is distracted by the other two, allowing Dominik to rush in with a kick.

Shelton quickly tuns it back around. Dominik drops to his knees, begging Shelton to spare him. He ends up suckering Shelton in with a jawbreaker. Dominik drops Shelton over the top rope, then poses on the apron to more boos. Dominik launches himself in from the apron with a senton. Dominik mounts Shelton with strikes and chokes him as the referee backs him away. Dominik poses and keeps doing the Eddie taunt as fans boo. Shelton fights back with right hands as fans cheer him on. Dominik with a hurricanrana takedown. Dominik charges and trips Shelton into position for the 619.

Shelton blocks the 619 and catches Dominik with a tilt-a-whirl powerslam. Shelton with a high knee in the corner, then the Exploder suplex. Dominik rolls to the floor to regroup with Priest. Shelton grabs him and rolls him back in. Priest has words for Shelton. Shelton returns to the ring but Dominik rolls him for 2 as the others distract him. Shelton with the ankle lock now. Rhea distracts the referee, allowing Priest to pull Dominik by his arm but the referee turns back around.

Dominik ends up breaking the hold, sending Shelton into the ring post shoulder-first, then hitting the DDT. Dominik goes back to the top, does the Eddie taunt, then hits the Frogsplash for the pin to win out of nowhere as Ripley laughs.

Winner: Dominik Mysterio

After the match, Dominik stands tall as the music hits and we go to replays. Priest and Ripley raise Dominik’s arms in the middle of the ring. Mysterio then poses in the corner.

Back from the break Damage CTRL and Nikki Cross are backstage. Rhea Ripley walks up to them. Ripley says if Mia Yim is on Bianca Belair’s side, then she’s on theirs. Ripley says, “Let’s go to war.” Damage CTRL is thrilled.

WWE United States Title Match: Finn Balor vs. Seth Rollins

We go back to the ring for tonight’s main event as Finn Balor comes out to a pop. Back to commercial.

Back from the break and out comes WWE United States Champion Seth Rollins to a pop. Fans sing his theme and he heads into the ring as Balor looks on. We get formal ring introductions from Mike Rome. Fans sing Rollins’ theme and now we get the bell.

Balor and Rollins lock up. Balor goes behind but Rollins just laughs. They trade holds and then go to the mat with more counters. They break as fans chant “let’s go Rollins!” now. Balor takes Rollins down and works him over but Rollins ties the arm up. Balor counters with a headlock. Rollins fights to his feet but Balor takes him back down into the headlock.

Rollins and Balor tangle some more on the mat now but Balor still has the hold applied. They run the ropes and Rollins drops Balor with a shot to the throat as fans cheer. Rollins tosses Balor to the floor, then launches himself over the top rope, crashing down onto Balor at ringside. Rollins stands tall next to the barrier and plays to the crowd as they sing his theme. Back to commercial.

Back from the break and Balor turns it around on Rollins, then stomps away. Rollins goes to the floor for a breather but Balor slams him into the announce table. Rollins blocks a shot and counters but Balor shoves him ribs-first into the corner of the table. Rollins is hurt at ringside but he manages to break the count. Balor greets him with stomps in the corner to keep him down. Balor with a big knee to the gut against the ropes, and again. Balor with a third knee to put Rollins down for a quick 1 count. Balor continues to dominate.

Rollins fights back but Balor counters and applies the Abdominal Stretch in the middle of the ring. They end up trading big strikes in the middle of the ring now. Rollins kicks Balor, then leaps and knees him in the back to send him out of the ring. Rollins then nails a suicide dive to knock Balor on top of the announce table, laid out on his back. Rollins brings it back in and springboards in, nailing Balor. Rollins drops Balor again for a close 2 count. Rollins stands tall as fans sing his theme.

Rollins charges but Balor catches him with a Slingblade. Balor charges but Rollins superkicks him. Rollins goes to the top for the Frogsplash but Balor pulls him into a hold for a close 2 count. Both competitors are flat on their backs in the middle of the ring as we go back to commercial.

Back from the break and Balor is in control. Rollins pulls the legs out and looks to hit a Barrier Bomb but Balor lands on his feet, then dropkicks Rollins into the barrier. Balor brings it back in at the 5 count, then goes to the top. Rollins rolls out of the way to avoid a Coup de Grace. Balor avoids the Stomp. Rollins goes for the Pedigree but it’s blocked for a 2 count. Rollins powers up and nails a sitdown powerbomb for a close 2 count as fans cheer them both on.

Fans chant “this is awesome!” now as they struggle to get back up. Rollins slowly crawls up for the Phoenix Splash but he has to roll through as Balor moves. Balor comes right back with a big dropkick into the turnbuckles.

Balor goes to the top for Coup de Grace but Rollins crotches him. Rollins climbs up and hits the superplex, then holds it for the Falcon Arrow, but Balor counters that and drops Rollins with 1916 for a close 2 count. Balor can’t believe it. They continue to go at it. Rollins kicks Balor in the gut, but Balor blocks the Pedigree. Rollins dodges a double stomp. Balor blocks a powerbomb. Rollins nails a Falcon Arrow in the middle of the ring for a close 2 count. Rollins shows some frustration now. Fans sing Rollins’ theme as he waits in the corner.

The Judgment Day runs down and Dominik Mysterio hops on the apron to fight. Rollins knocks him off but Balor takes advantage and rolls Rollins from behind. Rollins kicks out at 2. Rollins rocks Balor with a stiff forearm, then decks him with the forearm to the back of the neck. Damian Priest hits the apron to attack but Rollins swings, and misses. Balor trips as Rollins charges, then he hits a double stomp. The Judgment Day cheers Balor on from ringside.

Balor poses in the corner to boos. The O.C. runs down and starts brawling with The Judgment Day at ringside, including Rhea Ripley and Mia Yim. Karl Anderson brings Mysterio into the ring, then clotheslines him over the other side, to the floor. Balor knocks Anderson to the floor. Yim brawls with Ripley into the timekeeper’s area, then over the barrier and into the crowd. Priest decks Luke Gallows and charges on to knock Anderson over the announce table with a big Pounce. Gallows and Priest fight but Priest is knocked into the crowd.

Balor with a corner dropkick to Rollins back in the ring. Balor goes to the top but AJ Styles suddenly appears on the apron, shoving Balor off. Balor hits the top rope on the way down. Priest grabs Gallows to bring him over the barrier into the crowd. AJ and Gallows brawl with Priest in the front row now. Dominik runs over and is now brawling in the first few rows with Priest, Styles and Gallows.

Balor and Rollins are alone in the ring now. Rollins turns around and finishes Balor with the Stomp in the middle of the ring for the pin to win and retain.

Winner: Seth Rollins

After the bell, Rollins stands tall as the music hits but Austin Theory suddenly attacks from behind. Theory beats Rollins down to boos. Theory scoops Rollins for The ATL in the middle of the ring. Rollins is sent to the floor but Theory follows, slamming his arm into the steel steps. Theory yells at Rollins while slamming his face into the announce table, then the apron, then the barrier. Fans boo Theory. He mounts Rollins at ringside and continues pounding on him. Theory rolls Rollins back into the ring, then follows. Theory talks some more trash and hits another ATL in the middle of the ring. Theory grabs the WWE United States Title belt and waits with it as fans boo. Rollins slowly gets to his feet but Theory charges and smashes him with the belt. Fans boo louder now. Theory poses over Rollins now, raising the title belt in the air as RAW goes off the air.

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Damian Priest vs. Karl Anderson

We go back to the ring and out comes The Judgment Day – Damian Priest with Finn Balor, Rhea Ripley and Dominik Mysterio. The announcers hype The Judgment Day vs. The O.C. at WWE Crown Jewel. The announcers show us a photo of a fan dressed as Ripley. Out next comes The O.C. – Karl Anderson with Luke Gallows and AJ Styles.

The bell rings and Priest brawls with Anderson. Anderson takes it to the corner and works Priest over. Priest flies and takes Anderson down. Priest with a big forearm. Anderson fights back and clotheslines Priest over the top rope to the floor.

Anderson turns it around at ringside and sends Priest into the ring post. Dominik ends up distracting Anderson at ringside, but Anderson rocks him with a right hand. Priest takes advantage and levels Anderson with a thrust kick at ringside. We go to commercial with Priest in control.

Back from the break and they’re fighting in the middle of the ring. Priest with a Bell Clap, a big right hand, then a big elbow in the corner. Priest slams Anderson in the middle of the ring for a close 2 count as The Judgment Day cheers him on. Priest talks some trash and kicks Anderson while he’s down. Priest runs into a big boot in the corner, then misses a Stage Dive in the corner.

Anderson with a big kick to stun Priest. Anderson mounts offense now while The O.C. rallies. Anderson blocks South of Heaven. Anderson drops Priest and hits a senton in the middle of the ring. Anderson gets a pop as he ducks Priest, then nails a Spinebuster in the middle of the ring for a close 2 count.

Anderson goes to the top but Ripley distracts the referee from the apron. Priest catches Anderson on the way down, then drives him face-first into the mat. Priest gets riled up now. Anderson blocks The Reckoning, then back-slides Priest in the middle of the ring for the pin to win out of nowhere.

Winner: Karl Anderson

After the bell, The Judgment Day immediately rushes in to attack but The O.C. also rushes in as a brawl breaks out. Gallows is stalking Dominik on the mat but Ripley comes in from behind and drops Priest with a low blow. Ripley is barking at AJ and Anderson now, telling them to bring it. The Judgment Day attacks from behind. The O.C. is beat down and left laying now. Priest with a Razor’s Edge to AJ. Balor with Coup de Grace to Anderson. Dominik goes to the top and poses to boos. Dominik then nails a Frogsplash to Styles. The Judgment Day celebrates as the music starts up. We go to replays. The Judgment Day continues to taunt The O.C. while they’re down.

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We go right to the ring and out comes The Judgment Day – Finn Balor, Damian Priest, Rhea Ripley, and Dominik Mysterio. We see how Dominik defeated AJ Styles last week. The announcers hype The O.C. vs. The Judgment Day at WWE Crown Jewel.

Ripley takes the mic and says AJ found out last week what she’s been trying to get through the thick skulls of you dimwits – that The Judgment Day runs RAW, and that Dominik is all man. Fans boo. Balor says this was one of the greatest matches of all-time, when Dominik faced off against AJ, and AJ crumbled under pressure from the legendary Mysterio. Priest says that’s right, and that brings him to his favorite part of the night – when the crowd rises for The Judgment Day. They boo and Priest keeps yelling at them to rise. Priest tells them to rise for the greatest luchador in the history of the business – Dominik Mysterio.

Fans boo some more. Dominik speaks but the boos immediately cut him off. Dominik says The Judgment Day are the only ones to ever believe in him and he proved his haters and doubters wrong last week by beating AJ. He beat AJ because he’s built differently. Ripley agrees. Dominik says he’s this generation’s WWE Hall of Famer Eddie Guerrero. Fans boo. Dominik says no, Eddie was his generation’s Dominik Mysterio, and last week what he did to AJ was just a small taste of what The Judgment Day will… the music interrupts and out comes The O.C. – Styles, Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson.

AJ tells Dominik to shut up and fans pop. AJ says this is Charlotte, NC, and they know good wrestling when they see it, and Dominik is not it. AJ says Dominik is this generation’s James Ellsworth, not Eddie. The O.C. hits the ring now and Balor jokingly holds his crew back. AJ says there will be a time when Dominik can’t hide behind his cronies because The O.C. will pick them off one by one. Balor says AJ is hiding right now, in The Club that he started. Balor says everyone who came after him in this club is living off his legacy. Balor warns The O.C. to step up and get put down. Anderson says it’s time for Balor to stop talking, and time to remind Charlotte, NC why Karl Anderson is the toughest man in the business. Anderson says let’s clear the ring and do this match right now. Balor and Anderson get ready as fans cheer them on.

Karl Anderson vs. Finn Balor

The bell rings and Finn Balor locks up with Karl Anderson, then puts him down. Balor taunts The O.C. as AJ Styles and Luke Gallows watch from ringside. Anderson rocks Balor against the ropes.

Anderson with a shoulder tackle. Balor quickly retreats to the floor to recover. Anderson stands tall in the ring as Rhea Ripley checks on Balor at ringside, while Damian Priest and Dominik Mysterio look on. We go to commercial.

Back from the break and Balor is hitting Anderson with shoulder thrusts in the corner. Balor with chops now as The Judgment Day applauds. Anderson is sent into the turnbuckles, but he comes out of the corner with a dropkick to take Balor’s knee out. Anderson keeps control and works on Balor’s leg now. Anderson with more shots to the leg in the corner. Balor is limping around now. Anderson takes him down and they trade submissions on the mat.

Balor drops Anderson in the middle of the ring, now grounding him with a headlock as Balor continues to focus on Anderson’s neck. Anderson fights up and out with elbows to the gut. Balor runs into a boot in the corner. Anderson with an uppercut, then two forearms to put Balor back down. Balor charges again but Anderson catches him with a Spinebuster in the middle of the ring. Balor kicks out at 2 and Anderson shows some frustration as we go back to commercial.

Back from the break and Balor is mounting Anderson in the corner with right hands. Anderson turns that into a sitdown powerbomb for a close 2 count. Anderson with a running uppercut in the corner. Anderson scoops Balor to his shoulders but Balor fights out and drops Anderson with an inverted DT for a 2 count as Ripley continues yelling from ringside.

Balor unloads on Anderson now, then stomps away. Balor with a chop in the corner. Balor whips Anderson across the ring and runs into a kick, but chops back and talks some trash. Anderson goes to the top but Balor goes for an enziguri, and it’s caught. Anderson with elbows to the hurt knee. Anderson leaps off the second rope with a flying neckbreaker for a close 2 count. Anderson is a bit frustrated.

They both run the ropes and Balor nails a Slingblade. Balor with a running dropkick into the corner. Balor goes to the top but Anderson knocks the hurt knee out. Anderson climbs to the top for a superplex, and he nails it. Anderson is slow to cover, and Dominik is on the apron distracting the referee now. AJ trips Dominik and works him over on the apron. Priest runs over and attacks AJ, then launches him onto the announce table. Gallows runs over and decks Priest with a big boot. Ripley shoves Gallows face-first into the ring post.

Ripley then scoops Gallows for a big slam on the floor at ringside. The crowd goes wild and Ripley yells down at Gallows. Balor misses Anderson in the corner. Anderson kicks Balor and scoops him to his shoulder but Dominik comes back into the ring to distracts the referee. This allows Ripley to rush in and hit Anderson with a low blow. Balor gets the pin to win.

Winner: Finn Balor

After the match, Balor regroups with The Judgment Day as the music hits and we go to replays. The Judgment Day celebrates and looks on from the ramp as The O.C. tries to recover.

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We see how new Judgment Day member Rhea Ripley punished Liv Morgan last week as Damian Priest and WWE Hall of Famer Edge watched. We also see how Priest vs. Finn Balor ended and how AJ Styles got involved. We see Edge, Priest and Ripley backstage talking now while Edge sits on his throne.

Back from the break and The Judgment Day is in the back. Damian Priest asks if fans have been listening and if they’re getting it yet, and then says they’re not because they’d be showing respect and rising for The Judgment Day by now. Priest goes on and says they don’t take orders, they do what they want when they want, and if any of your precious heroes want to step to them, they’ll get nothing but punishment in return. Priest laughs. Ripley speaks next and says they are done being everything fans want them to be. She says nothing is holding her back now, it’s time for complete and utter eradication. Edge says people should listen to Priest and Ripley because they don’t speak names and make lies. Edge knows some people are tired of pretending, he travels the country and sees it in their faces, but with the state of the world right now, who can blame you for being angry? Edge tells people to stop being sheep, join their movement and add some excitement into your life. He says their mission statement is Judgment Day equals power, and he offers everyone to accept this gift or keep living your purgatory existence. Edge goes on and says he has seen how this plays out and he knows more favorites will join them. Edge says his arms are wide open, waiting for the next WWE Superstar who needs his genius to guide their career. Edge addresses AJ Styles about how they’ve sacrificed their bodies for fans when the fans weren’t there for them in the end. Edge calls on AJ, Finn Balor and Liv Morgan to join their movement. He says this will end, either with AJ, Balor and Liv by their sides or laying at their feet, again and again and again, as long as it takes. Edge moves the scales of justice to end the segment.

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We see how Rhea Ripley became the latest disciple to WWE Hall of Famer Edge at WrestleMania Backlash last night.

We go back to the ring and out comes The Judgment Day – Rhea Ripley, Damian Priest and WWE Hall of Famer Edge. They hit the ring and pose on the apron as we go back to commercial.

Back from the break and Edge has the mic now. He says they formed The Judgment Day because they were tired of being sheep like all of you. Edge says that did get him a WWE Hall of Fame ring but big deal because he’s bigger than the Hall of Fame. Edge says that also got his body beat up. He talks about how his body is full of injuries also. He goes on and scolds the fans for being keyboard warriors with their asinine comments. Edge says Judgment Day holds the mirror up to each fan and the fans don’t like what they see, mainly because they’re ugly. Edge says Judgment Day can look in any mirror and they like what they see. Edge insults AJ Styles and the local crowd, and says they don’t seem to understand that no one can touch Judgment Day. Fans chant “you suck!” now.

Priest says the truth hurts as individually he and Edge were able to destroy all of your favorites, but together they are something more, something else, but imagine adding an instrument of brutality, which they did in Ripley. Edge shows Ripley off to mostly boos. Priest calls on everyone to rise for the newest member of The Judgment Day – Rhea Ripley! Fans boo as Ripley poses. Ripley says joining the group was the easiest decision of her life. She saw the two of them change for the better and she wanted that for herself. She’s done signing autographs at the airport for all the little kids who come to her saying they want to be like her when they grown up, then she goes online the next day and sees the autographs on eBay. She says she’s done being used and that’s why she joined The Judgment Day. Fans give her the “What!?” treatment now.

Rhea says speaking of being used, she has some unfinished business to tend to tonight – Liv Morgan. Rhea says Liv can no longer ride her coattails and tonight she will give her a reason to cry when she destroys her. Edge hypes Priest and Ripley up some more and their unrealized potential – Priest as The Punishment, Ripley as The Eradicator, they were ships without a rudder but he is that rudder, with the direction. They are now his saints of fate. Edge reveals how he recently approached Ripley and talked to her about her true potential, which led to the split from Liv. Edge takes the credit for breaking up your favorite tag team, as he told Ripley that Liv was holding her back. He saw wasted domination and a juggernaut willing to live in the slow lane instead of dominating everything. Edge goes on and says his movement is not done, they aren’t finished yet and they are looking for more… the music interrupts and out comes Liv to a pop.

Liv Morgan vs. Rhea Ripley

Liv Morgan marches to the ring and poses on the apron as Rhea Ripley stares her down from the corner. Edge and Damian Priest watch from ringside. Back to commercial.

Back from the break and the bell rings as they start brawling. Ripley drops Liv and the referee checks on her. Ripley launches Liv across the ring, then charges in with a shoulder thrust into the corner. Rhea tosses Liv across the ring again but this time she runs into a boot. Liv fights from the corner but Rhea delivers shoulder thrusts as the referee counts.

Ripley works Liv over in the corner and takes her to the top for a superplex. Liv fights back and sends Ripley to the mat. Liv with a hurricanrana off the top rope, then a dropkick. Liv runs right into a big boot from Ripley for another close 2 count. Ripley mounts Liv with some trash talking and aggressive offense as some fans boo. Ripley slams Liv face-first into the mat and keeps beating on her to keep her down. Ripley uses the middle rope as the referee counts and warns her. Ripley with another big strike to the back. Liv tries to fight up but Rhea continues to dominate her and keep her down. The referee checks on Liv again.

Edge and Priest look on as Rhea takes Liv down into a body triangle submission in the middle of the ring. Ripley screams in Liv’s face. Liv tries to turn it into a 2 count but Ripley kicks out and then levels her with a boot. Liv with a nonchalant pin attempt and a clothesline. Ripley keeps Liv down with a boot to the back now. Liv slides out of the Riptide and mounts some offense now. Ripley swings but Liv blocks it and unloads. Liv stuns her with an enziguri. Liv with a big float-over DDT but Ripley gets right back up stumbling. Liv with double knees to the face for a close 2 count. Liv looks to capitalize but Rhea rocks her.

Rhea runs unto a back elbow. Liv comes off the top rope but Rhea slaps her out of mid-air. Rhea goes on and applies the inverted Cloverleaf in the middle of the ring now. Liv tries to crawl to the ropes but Ripley tightens the hold for the submission win.

Winner: Rhea Ripley

After the match, The Judgment Day stands tall together in the middle of the ring as the music hits. Edge nods at Rhea and she goes to Liv for a post-match attack. Ripley rag-dolls Liv with the Cloverleaf and makes her scream out while Edge gets down in her face, laughing and taunting her. The Judgment Day stands tall again but the music interrupts and out comes Finn Balor to the stage. He walks towards the ring as the music hits again and out comes AJ Styles. Styles stands with Balor on the ramp as we go back to a break.

Finn Balor vs. Damian Priest

Back from the break and Finn Balor locks up with Damian Priest. Priest drops Balor first with a shoulder. We see Edge, Rhea Ripley and AJ Styles watching from ringside.

Priest counters Balor’s offense and unloads with strikes. Priest with a big Stage Dive hip attack in the corner now. Balor backs Priest into the corner but Priest hits the Bell Clap. Priest with a big clothesline out of the corner. Priest keeps control and launches Balor across the ring with a big Broken Arrow for 2.

Priest runs into boots in the corner. Balor attacks but Priest drops him and grounds him in the middle of the ring with a knee to the back. They both go down after Balor drops Priest with a side-Russian leg sweep. Balor mounts offense now as fans cheer him on. Balor with a double stomp and more pops from the crowd. Balor counters a big move and rolls him for 2. Balor with Slingblade. Balor sends Priest to the floor at Ripley’s feet.

Balor runs the ropes for a big dive but Ripley looks to sacrifice herself and gets in the way of Priest. Balor puts his brakes on and stays in the ring, but then turns around to a big Spear from Edge. The referee calls for the match.

Winner by DQ: Finn Balor

After the bell, AJ runs in and goes at it with Edge but Ripley comes back in and provide a distraction, grabbing AJ from behind. AJ stops himself from hitting her, but yells at her. This allows Edge the chance to take AJ back down after grabbing him from behind. Priest and Edge hit a Total Elimination combo with Edge delivering a Spear to take AJ out again. The Judgment Day stands tall together as the music starts back up.

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Sasha Banks, Naomi, Rhea Ripley and Liv Morgan vs. Shayna Baszler, Natalya, WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Carmella and Queen Zelina Vega

We go back to the ring and the music of Sasha Banks hits. Out comes Banks, Naomi, Rhea Ripley and Liv Morgan. They all pose together on the apron as the pyro goes off and we go back to commercial.

Back from the break and we get a plug for the WWE Hall of Fame ceremony on Friday night. We get a plug for The Steiner Brothers going into the Hall. We go back to the ring and the heels are already out – Shayna Baszler, Natalya, WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Carmella and Queen Zelina Vega. The bell rings and Liv goes to work on Natalya. Ripley tags in with a basement dropkick.

Naomi tags in but Natalya fights her off. Baszler tags in and works Naomi over while Natalya holds her. Vega tags in and works over Naomi in the corner now. Naomi drops her for wasting too much time. Naomi and Banks double team Vega in the corner now. Banks covers for the pin but Carmella makes the save. Naomi goes at it with Carmella but Baszler attacks. Everyone takes turns getting involved now. Carmella and Banks are left to go at it.

Vega trips Banks from the floor, pulls her out of the ring and launches her into the barrier. Vega then follows up with a running knee to Banks’ face to keep her down as we go back to commercial.

Back from the break and Banks is fighting everyone, knocking them off the apron and then dropping Carmella with a Backstabber. Banks crawls for a tag but the heels come over and pull her opponents off the apron, everyone except Naomi. Baszler tags in and drops Naomi from tagging in, hitting her with a cheap shot to the floor. Banks fights Baszler off from the corner now. Baszler catches Banks in a Stretch Muffler and in comes Natalya for the Hart Attack double team. Vega tosses Natalya to the floor and tries to steal the pin but Baszler stops her. Baszler gets sent out but she drops Carmella on the floor. Vega yells at Baszler from the ring.

Vega goes for Banks but Banks blocks a kick and kicks her back. Naomi comes in and stunt Vega. Liv tags in and kicks Vega, then tags in Ripley for the Riptide while Graves is consoling his fiancee at ringside. Ripley slams Vega with the Riptide for the pin to win.

Winners: Sasha Banks, Naomi, Liv Morgan and Rhea Ripley

After the match, the babyfaces stand tall in the middle of the ring while the others try to recover at ringside.

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Sasha Banks and Naomi vs. Liv Morgan and Rhea Ripley

We go back to the ring and out comes Sasha Banks and Naomi. They hit the ring and pose on the apron as pyro goes off. Back to commercial.

Back from the break and we get a clip of last week’s show-closing brawl with SmackDown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair and Ronda Rousey. Flair will have a challenge for Rousey later tonight. We go back to the ring and WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Carmella and Queen Zelina Vega are sitting next to the announce table. Out comes RAW Superstars Rhea Ripley and Liv Morgan to the ring for the next match. Cole says they are now called Liv 4 Brutality.

The bell rings and Liv starts off with Banks. They lock up and Banks twists her arm up, then tags out to Naomi. Naomi ties the arm up and tags in Banks for a quick double team. Banks taunts Morgan and they lock back up, trading more holds. They run the ropes and Liv counters a hip toss. They then face off and have words in the middle of the ring. Banks takes control and launches Liv out of the corner. They tangle some more and Liv rolls Banks for a 2 count, and again.

Liv and Banks collide with dropkick attempts. Liv kips-up and Banks nods at her. Banks offers her hand for a shake and Liv shakes. Banks pulls Liv into a headlock. Naomi tags in and takes Liv down with a head-scissors. Naomi goes on and hits the split-legged moonsault for a 2 count.

We see Vega and Carmella having words at ringside. Liv takes Naomi down and in comes Ripley with a basement dropkick to the face for a 2 count. Naomi counters Ripley as they tangle in the middle of the ring now. Naomi ducks a clothesline and tags out. Banks stuns Ripley and fights her way in. Banks goes to work on Ripley now. Ripley blocks a suplex attempt and hits one of her own, holding Banks in the air for a minute or so, then dropping her to the mat. Banks kicks out at 2. Liv tags back in and they double team Banks in the corner. Liv covers for a 2 count.

Naomi tags back in and drops Liv face-first into the mat. Liv sends Banks to the floor as she runs in. Liv also sends Naomi to the floor as she charges. Ripley tags in and leaps off the apron with a cannonball, taking Naomi and Banks down in front of Vega and Carmella. Liv and Ripley stand tall for a pop as we go back to commercial.

Back from the break and Ripley covers Naomi for 2. Vega and Carmella are still having words at ringside. Naomi and Ripley tangle now. Naomi with a big springboard kick. Banks and Morgan rally from the apron now. They both tag in and unload on each other. Banks with the double knees in the corner, then the second rope Meteora for a close 2 count. Banks can’t believe it. Banks looks to put Liv away but Liv nails a step-up enziguri to drop her.

Ripley tags in and nails a missile dropkick to Banks for a close 2 count. Ripley can’t believe it now. Banks blocks the Riptide and drops Ripley with a Backstabber. Banks tags out and nails a splash from the top. Naomi follows up with a split-legged moonsault from the top but Liv breaks the pin up just in time. Banks and Naomi toss Liv to the floor.

Fans chant “this is awesome!” as Banks and Naomi take Ripley to the top for a double team. They go for the double superplex but Liv comes back in and brings them all to the mat. Vega and Carmella are shocked. Natalya and Shayna Baszler suddenly hit the ring and attack the other four Superstars as the referee calls the bell.

No Contest

– After the bell, Natalya and Baszler destroy the others. They send Ripley into the ring post and then drop Liv as she tries to make the save. Vega and Carmella hit the ring to join the brawl. It comes down to Natalya and Baszler standing tall, while the champs also stand tall and raise their titles in the air. The crowd boos everyone. Natalya points up at the WrestleMania sign as she and Baszler taunt the champs.

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We get another replay of what happened between Rhea Ripley and Nikki A.S.H. last week. Ripley is backstage warming up when Sarah Schreiber approaches and asks her thoughts on Nikki’s earlier comments, saying the break-up was all Ripley’s fault. Ripley says she never intended on breaking up their friendship, they could’ve supported their solo careers, but Nikki made up her mind. Ripley doesn’t forgive easy, but what kind of person attacks their friends? Ripley says Nikki is more delusional than she thought if she thinks Ripley is the villain here. Ripley goes on and says she’s headed out to remind everyone who she really is. She walks off.

Rhea Ripley vs. Nikki A.S.H.

We go back to the ring and out comes Rhea Ripley. She makes her entrance and we go back to commercial.

Back from the break and out comes Nikki A.S.H. She faces off with her former tag team partner. The music interrupts and out comes WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Queen Zelina Vega and Carmella to the stage. They knock Tulsa and brag about how everything they predicted with Nikki and Ripley has come true. They say Ripley should really be thanking them. They go on trash talking until Nikki attacks Ripley from the side.

Nikki beats Ripley down and the bell has not hit yet. Nikki mounts Ripley and keeps her down until Ripley powers up and sends her to the floor. Nikki counters from the apron and sends Ripley to the floor instead. Nikki sends Ripley into the steel ring steps as fans boo now. Nikki poses on the ramp and she’s all smiles as the boos continue. Carmella and Vega have already left.

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