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AJ Styles and Dolph Ziggler vs. The Judgment Day

We go right to the ring and out first comes AJ Styles for the opener as Mike Rome does the introductions. Dolph Ziggler is out next to another pop for the opener. We get a look back at last week’s show and how WWE Hall of Famer Edge returned home to Toronto to defeat Damian Priest. We also see how Rhea Ripley hit him with a low blow after the match, and Finn Balor added to the attack until WWE Hall of Famer Beth Phoenix made the save. Out next comes The Judgment Day with their dark entrance – Priest and Balor with Ripley.

The bell rings with Balor and Ziggler going at it. Balor immediately drops Ziggler but Ziggler rolls him for a 2 count. Ziggler stays on Balor and tags in AJ but Balor escapes to the corner for a tag to Priest. Priest rocks AJ and tosses him into the corner. Priest beats AJ down in the corner with strikes, then stomps him. Priest also rocks Ziggler off the apron.

AJ with forearms and a dropkick to Priest now. AJ clotheslines Priest over the top rope to the floor. AJ launches himself with a big forearm, sending Priest into the announce table. Ziggler and Styles keep control at ringside and stand together as we go to commercial.

Back from the break and Balor has control of Ziggler in the middle of the ring now. They counter each other but Balor nails a dropkick, then stares over at AJ. Balor mocks AJ and looks to go for a Styles Clash but Ziggler counters with a Fame-asser in the middle of the ring for a big pop. Both are down now but they both leap to tag out. Priest and AJ unload on each other now. AJ drops Priest and nails the sliding forearm. AJ warns Ripley and then splashes Priest in the corner with a flying forearm.

AJ puts on the brakes and avoids colliding with Balor on the apron, but Priest drops him with a big shot. AJ blocks South of Heaven and rolls Priest for a 2 count. AJ keeps control and hits the Ushigoroshi for another close 2 count. AJ goes on but Priest blocks the Styles Clash. They tangle and AJ rolls Priest into the Styles Clash. Balor finally helps Priest grab the bottom rope to break the hold as fans boo. Ziggler runs over and drops Balor with a big right hand. Priest drives AJ into his knee in the middle of the ring now. AJ blocks The Reckoning, then ducks a roundhouse kick and drops Priest with an enziguri to send him to one knee stunned.

Priest gets rolled up by Ziggler, who is legal now, after back-dropping AJ. The referee was distracted with AJ and didn’t see the pin attempt as Balor comes in and assists Priest with the double team. Ziggler blocks Balor’s attack and then drops him with a superkick. Priest then takes advantage and slams Ziggler with South of Heaven in the middle of the ring for the pin to win.

Winners: The Judgment Day

After the match, the music hits as The Judgment Day stands tall and we go to replays. Priest, Balor and Ripley go to leave but they stop when a SUV is shown arriving on the big screen. Edge hops out and he’s making his way into the arena as fans cheer. The Judgment Day changes their minds and now they’re headed back to the ring to wait for a fight. We go to commercial.

Back from the break and The Judgment Day is in the ring with a mic. Balor rants and raves to boos, wondering where their documentary is, where is his respect as a legend. Priest says Balor told no lies. Priest goes on ranting about Edge and calls him out to face his judgment day so they can finish him off, finish what was started last week. Priest tosses the mic and they wait. The music finally hits and out comes Edge to a big pop. Edge runs the stage, then stops on the entrance-way and poses as the pyro goes off and fans start chanting his name. Edge says Balor made some good and some absolutely bad points. He says he and Rey Mysterio didn’t come back to steal Balor’s glory, they came back to show him how to reach Edge’s glory but his ego is too big and got in the way. Edge gets a pop from the Pittsburgh crowd. Edge says they were right, Beth isn’t here to watch his back. Edge praises his wife as a badass and warns Ripley to keep her hands to herself or she will find out why Beth is The Glamazon, kid. Edge says he and Priest went to war last week but Edge beat him. So now Edge is by himself, facing the three of them. Edge is on the apron now as he knocks the three and says all those months under his learning three and they didn’t pay attention… Edge says because he didn’t come here alone.

Rey and Dominik Mysterio attack from behind and unload on Edge an Priest with kendo stick shots as fans cheer them on. Edge sends Priest to the floor and follows him to keep brawling. Ripley and Dominik are alone in the ring now. Dominik stares her down with a kendo stick in hand. Ripley pleads a bit but fans want to see him hit her, and he’s acting like he might want to hit her, or maybe not as he backs away as she slowly approaches. Ripley grabs the stick and takes it from Dominik as fans boo. Edge and Rey rush in as Ripley threatens them with the stick, daring them to do something. Ripley laughs at Edge and Rey as Balor and Priest pull Ripley out of the ring to safety. Priest says they’re not done yet. Edge’s music starts back up as The Judgment Day retreats through the crowd while the two sides stare each other down.

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Kevin Patrick is backstage with Dolph Ziggler now, asking how he plans to bounce back against Finn Balor after last week’s loss to Theory. Ziggler says he’s been doing this for a long time, lots of highs and lows. He admits Theory was the better man last week, but he just wanted to help Theory. He says Theory has the world in his hands but he’s just so arrogant and that’s the problem… Balor interrupts and Rhea Ripley is with him. Balor mocks Ziggler for the “respect the veteran of the locker room” speech and says Ziggler makes him sick. Balor says Ziggler is the same as Edge and Rey Mysterio as he attaches himself to the younger Superstars to keep himself relevant, saying he can teach them something. Balor says Ziggler can’t teach him anything, kid. Ziggler says they’re the same age and there’s one thing he can teach Balor… Ziggler quickly drops Balor with a slap. Ziggler heads off as Ripley tends to Balor. Ziggler puts his head back through the curtain and asks if Balor is coming to the ring or if he’s going to sit there like a little bitch.

Dolph Ziggler vs. Finn Balor

We go back to the ring and out comes Dolph Ziggler for a pop. Ziggler poses on the apron as we go back to commercial.

Back from the break and we see what happened between Drew McIntyre and Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns on SmackDown as the announcers hype the WWE Clash at The Castle main event. We go back to the ring and the music hits as The Judgment Day’s Finn Balor makes his way out with Rhea Ripley right behind him. The bell rings and the two veterans lock up as Ripley cheers Balor on. Balor hangs on but Ziggler levels him with a shoulder.

Ziggler goes to the corner but Balor blocks a superkick and works him over. Ziggler ducks another move and keeps control, mounting Balor in the corner with right hands. Balor turns it around and gets booed as he works Ziggler over. Balor sends Ziggler face-first into the turnbuckles again. Balor runs Ziggler into the turnbuckles a few more times now.

Balor grounds Ziggler with a headlock in the middle of the ring now. Ziggler fights up and out with body shots but Balor nails a knee to the gut. Ziggler fights up and out again but Balor drops him in the corner for another pin attempt. Back to commercial.

Back from the break and Balor has Ziggler grounded in the middle of the ring. We see how Ziggler was launched face-first into the turnbuckles during the break. Ziggler mounts some comeback offense now. Ziggler drops Balor for a big pop, then nails the elbow drop for a close 2 count in the middle of the ring. Fans rally for Ziggler but Balor drops him for another 2 count. Balor stays on Ziggler and stomps away while the referee warns him. Balor waits for Ziggler to get back up now. Ziggler counters and drops him for a 2 count.

Balor goes on for another close 2 count after blocking a Fame-asser into a sit-down powerbomb. Balor can’t believe it and Ripley also yells at the referee. Balor waits in the corner but he runs into a big dropkick, then a spiked DDT from Ziggler. Balor kicks out just in time. Ripley rallies for Balor as he and Ziggler slowly get up. Balor blocks a superkick. Ziggler blocks 1916, kicks the knee and nails a big Fame-asser for another close 2 count in the middle of the ring. Ziggler is shocked, and so are the fans. Balor and Ziggler are slow to recover again. Balor dropkicks Ziggler into the corner. Balor goes to the top for Coup de Grace but Ziggler dodges it, then comes right back for Zig-Zag. Balor still kicks out just before the count and everyone is shocked.

Fans chant “holy shit!” after the replays. Ripley yells at Balor to get back up. Ziggler and Balor trade big strikes to their feet now. Ziggler unloads with right hands but Balor delivers a low kick, but not too low. Ziggler rocks Balor with a headbutt. Ripley with a cheap shot from the apron, sending Ziggler right into Balor’s arms for 1916. Balor goes back to the top for Coup de Grace for the pin to win.

Winner: Finn Balor

After the match, Balor stands tall as the music hits and Ripley applauds from ringside. We go to replays. Ripley joins Balor in the middle of the ring now an she raises his arm as some boos get louder.

Damian Priest vs. Edge

We go back to the ring for tonight’s main event as Damian Priest makes his way out. Out next comes WWE Hall of Famer Edge to a huge hometown pop. The pyro goes off as Edge rushes to the ring while Priest looks on. Edge takes it all in and looks around as we go to commercial.

Back from the break and the crowd is still going wild for Edge. We see an emotional WWE Hall of Famer Beth Phoenix sitting at ringside, telling Edge she loves him as he wraps up his entrance and Priest stares him down. The bell rings and Edge smiles at Priest. They lock up and Priest takes it to the corner, then mounts Edge but backs off before throwing punches as the referee warns him. Fans boo Priest.

They lock up again as fans chant. Edge tosses Priest through the ropes to the floor, then tells him to stick it. Priest smirks and comes back in. They lock up and Edge applies a headlock. Priest drops Edge with a jumping knee, then plays to the crowd for boos. Edge drops Priest in response to the disrespect, then drops him again, which stuns Priest. Priest charges but Edge side-steps again, then sends him over the top rope to the floor. Edge poses for the crowd as Priest takes his time at ringside.

Graves says this match will be presented with limited commercial interruptions until it’s over. Priest comes back in but Edge grabs him from behind, then blocks a back elbow. Edge slams Priest back into the turnbuckles, then goes to work on the arm. Priest takes advantage of the referee warning Edge, stomps on Edge’s foot and decks him in the head as fans boo. Priest launches Edge into the corner and works him over. Priest launches Edge into the corner but he slides under the rope, and makes Priest comes back after him. Edge with mind games before dropping Priest at ringside. Edge plays to the crowd for more cheers now.

Edge scoops Priest and drops him on top of the barrier with a stiff powerbomb. Priest is down on his back while Edge returns to the ring to break the count. We go to a picture-in-picture commercial.

Edge controls most of the match during the break, hitting a baseball slide to send Priest into the barrier. Priest rocks Edge at ringside and uses the ring post and turnbuckles bar to bend Edge’s neck back. Priest also launches Edge into the barrier and stomps on him to keep him down. Priest brings Edge back in and launches him with a big suplex for a 2 count. Priest goes to the top and leaps off as we return from the break, but Edge moves and Priest lands hard. They collide with clotheslines and then big boots, and both go down in the middle of the ring.

More back and forth in the ring now. Edge sends Priest to the floor, then flies from the top to take Priest back down on the floor. Fans chant “holy shit!” now. Priest ends up sending Edge’s head back into the middle rope. Priest then sends Edge flying through the announce table with a big Razor’s Edge at ringside. Edge is laid out in the table debris as we go to another picture-in-picture break.

Priest keeps control and eventually brings Edge back into the ring. Priest works Edge over in the middle of the ring but Edge counters for a close 2 count. Priest comes right back with a big clothesline. Priest mounts Edge with right hands in the middle of the ring now. They end up on the middle turnbuckle now. Edge climbs up for the superplex but hits a big hurricanrana instead, launching Priest across the ring for a pop. Edge gets rocked with a big kick, then Priest drops him with the Unprettier to shock the crowd. Edge kicks out just in time.

Edge and Priest trade big strikes on their feet now. Edge drops Priest out of nowhere with the Impaler DDT but Edge is unable to make a full cover so Priest kicks out at 2. We see how Phoenix had trouble watching some of the punishment to her husband earlier. Priest drops Edge face-down with The Reckoning now. Priest stands tall to boos. Priest goes for a big Spear but Edge drops him with his own move, South of Heaven. Priest kicks out at 2. Referee Charles Robinson goes down and tumbles out to the floor. Priest follows up with South of Heaven to Edge. Priest goes out and brings in two steel chairs now as fans boo. Edge dodges a Con-Chair-To as Edge rolls out. Priest is hit with his own chair. Edge comes back in and breaks the lower bar off the chair, then uses it to tighten a Crossface submission on Priest.

Edge breaks it and now waits in the corner. Edge charges for the Spear but Priest hits him in the head with the bar from the chair. The referee slowly rolls back in and counts but Edge kicks out at 2 for a big pop. Priest screams out in frustration. Edge blocks out of the Razor’s Edge and comes back with a huge Canadian Destroyer for a big pop. Edge comes right back with a Spear for the pin to win.

Winner: Edge

After the match, the crowd pops big time for Edge as his music hits. However, the music quickly stops as Edge rings a chair and stands over Priest with it. Before he can swing the chair down on Priest, Rhea Ripley runs in and drops Edge with a low blow. Finn Balor then appears and comes off the top with a Coup de Grace to Edge as the boos pick up. They go to use the chair on Edge but Beth grabs it from Balor, yanking it to the floor. Beth comes in with the chair and faces off with The Judgment Day, smacking the mat with the chair as fans cheer her on. Ripley and Balor are dragging Priest out by his arm, while staring down Beth. She stares back as they pull Priest to the floor. Fans chant “do it!” but The Judgment Day has escaped. Beth tends to her husband while Balor, Ripley and Priest stand tall at ringside, laughing at Beth. RAW goes off the air.

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We go right to the ring and out comes The Judgment Day – Finn Balor, Rhea Ripley and Damian Priest. The pyro goes off as Mike Rome introduces The Judgment Day and they slowly march to the ring, wearing black suits. Some fans boo as we see video of last week’s Balor vs. Rey Mysterio match, and how Ripley came walking out with a lifeless Dominik Mysterio to distract.

The group poses on the apron and then stands tall in the middle of the ring as fans boo. Ripley says they run Monday Night RAW and that’s been the harsh reality to The Mysterios week in and week out, she even proved to Dominik that she really is his Papi, as she destroyed his soul. The boos get louder. Balor says everyone really loves The Mysterios and they don’t get it, but for everyone who loves them he’s got some very sad news – The Mysterios will not be here, because poor little Dominik had his soul crushed last week, and Rey was destroyed by Balor in the middle of the ring, 1-2-3, to further solidify Balor’s already-legendary status in this business.

Fans boo Balor. Balor wants to hear what Priest will do to WWE Hall of Famer Edge next week. Priest asks what won’t he do to Edge next week. Priest asks fans if they want to see Edge confront The Judgment Day now. Fans respond with a pop but Priest informs them Edge isn’t here tonight, he’s in Toronto promoting next week’s match. Priest goes on with words for Edge and says he doesn’t need anyone at ringside to deal with Edge. Fans give Priest the “What?!” treatment as he goes on about ending Edge, and how it will be just he and Edge next week, no Balor or Ripley at ringside. Priest says Toronto will now be known as the place where he sends Edge back into retirement, and this time retirement won’t be filming TV shows or wack movies, retirement will be WWE Hall of Famer Beth Phoenix wheeling him around and feeding him through a tube, for the rest of his life. Fans boo but Rey suddenly attacks the heels from behind. Rey clears the ring and sends Priest back off the apron as he tries again. Ripley then faces off with Rey, taunting him. Balor comes from behind with a steel chair but Rey dropkicks it into him. Rey with chair shots to Balor now. Priest rushes in but Rey unloads with chair shots as fans cheer him on.

Rey goes to smack Balor with a chair while he’s down but Ripley puts herself in the way. Rey then turns to hit Priest with the chair but Ripley grabs the chair from behind, which allows Priest to level Rey with a big boot. They triple team Rey now and Ripley drops him face-first with a DDT on the chair. Fans chant for Edge now as the triple team continues. They place the chair over Rey’s body and Balor then smashes into it with a Coup de Grace from the top. The Judgment Day stands tall over Rey as the boos get louder and officials check on Rey. We go to commercial.

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Back from the break and we see Rey Mysterio celebrating backstage with family and friends. They pop champagne and Rey takes a shot of tequila. Rey’s daughter brings a gift over and it’s his original purple ring gear from WCW Halloween Havoc 1997. Rey can’t believe they found it. Rhea Ripley enters the room and kills the mood. Rey’s daughter tells her to get out of here. Ripley mushes her away, then drags Dominik to a hallway by his hair. Rey follows but he’s attacked by Finn Balor and Damian Priest when they get to the hallway. Ripley laughs as they drag Rey to another part of the backstage area, and Priest powerbombs Rey through a table. The Judgment Day laughs as the Mysterio family comes over to tend to Rey. Priest taunts Dominik.

Back from the break and we see officials backstage tending to Rey Mysterio. The Judgment Day walks up and Dominik Mysterio goes after them while officials try to get in between. Rhea Ripley comes from the other side and drops Rey with a sneak attack kick to his hurt arm. Ripley laughs at Rey and wishes him a happy 20th anniversary. Officials tend to Rey again.

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We see how Rhea Ripley became the new #1 contender to RAW Women’s Champion Bianca Belair last week. We also see how The Judgment Day stared Belair down after the match.

Kevin Patrick is in the ring now. He gives a grand introduction to RAW Women’s Champion Bianca Belair and out she comes swinging her hair as fans cheer her on. Back to commercial.

We go back to the ring and Patrick mentions how Rhea Ripley has changed since joining The Judgment Day. He asks Belair how she plans to defend against this version of Ripley at Money In the Bank. Belair says she stays ready so she doesn’t have to get ready. She goes on about how there has been this mutual respect between she and Ripley, which she loved, but now Ripley is soul-less since joining The Judgment Day. Belair says Ripley joining the group is all about intimidating people but she’s not the one to be intimidated. Belair goes on hyping herself up and says she walks the walk, and at Money In the Bank she will… Ripley appears on the big screen with Finn Balor and Damian Priest.

Ripley says Belair is all talk while they speak with their actions. Balor says they do what they want, when they want. They are tired of playing nice and taking orders, which is why they knocked WWE Hall of Famer Edge off his pedestal. Priest says Edge had the right idea – it was a movement for people tired of living their lives for others, and Edge painted himself as their leader but told them to do as they were told, and contradicted his own mission statement. Priest says Edge sealed his own fate, so now they are all equals in The Judgment Day.

Ripley says Belair cares what everyone thinks. She knocks the local crowd and says Belair might stand a chance at retaining her title if she’d stop listening to the fans. Ripley goes on talking trash and says she loved it when she had her teeth knocked loose last week. Ripley says at Money In the Bank, the greatest thing Belair will be is her downfall, when Ripley eradicates her from this business and then walks the walk as a two-time RAW Women’s Champion. The Judgment Day music starts up as a confused Belair clutches the title in the ring.

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The Judgment Day (WWE Hall of Famer Edge, Damian Priest, Rhea Ripley) vs. AJ Styles, Finn Balor and Liv Morgan

We go back to the ring and out first comes Judgment Day – WWE Hall of Famer Edge, Damian Priest and Rhea Ripley. Ripley and Priest appear first, then Edge comes walking out between them. They all three step out from the shadows as the black and purple lighting comes up, and a large set of wings is shown on the screen. They pose on the apron now as Edge looks out around the Allstate Arena. Out next comes Liv Morgan for her team. Liv greets some fans near the entrance-way, then waits as Finn Balor makes his way out. AJ Styles is out next and they head to the ring together as Judgment Day looks on.

The two teams meet in the middle of the ring and have words. A big brawl breaks out and the babyfaces clear the ring, except for Ripley. AJ and Balor launch Liv’s hurricanrana into Ripley for a big pop. Liv with a Hip Attack to Ripley in the corner now. Liv with a knee to the gut. Liv charges but Ripley drops her with a huge headbutt to the forehead. Ripley barks at Balor and AJ now.

Ripley kicks Liv in the ribs, then slams her to the mat. Ripley continues dominating Liv while taunting AJ and Balor. Ripley with a long vertical suplex on Liv now. Ripley finally drops her for a 2 count. Ripley mounts Liv with strikes now. Ripley whips Liv into the turnbuckles and she goes back down. Ripley with shoulder thrusts in the corner as the referee counts. Ripley yells at the referee but Liv decks her. Liv with a missile dropkick to the chin. Ripley sits up in her corner as Edge and Priest stare Liv down. Liv nods at them and has something for them – Styles.

AJ tags in and he wants Edge but Edge has Priest come in. Priest and AJ go at it now. AJ with a big dropkick. AJ ducks a right hand and nails a pele kick to daze Priest. AJ tags in Balor to take over on Priest, controlling him by his arm. Priest over-powers Balor but Balor slides free. Balor runs the ropes, ducks a punch, then kicks Priest’s leg out. Balor ties Priest’s leg up in the corner, using the middle rope to focus on the hurt leg. Priest is blocked again as Balor kicks him. Edge distracts Balor from the apron, allowing Priest to beat him up some. Priest tosses Balor to the floor.

Edge goes right out and levels Balor with a running forearm. Edge sends Balor into the barrier and works him over at ringside. Edge brings Balor back in the ring and unloads in the corner. Priest tags back in and kicks Balor while Edge holds him. Priest with lefts and rights in the corner as the referee backs him away. Edge with a cheap shot while the referee is distracted. Priest with a big Stage Dive into the corner, then a tackle for another 2 count.

Edge tags back in as they keep Balor in their corner. Edge with a forearm to drop Balor, and another to keep him down. Edge poses to mostly boos from the crowd. Edge taunts AJ and Liv, then goes back to work on Balor, launching him into the turnbuckles. Balor goes down and Edge drops to the mat to taunt him. Edge with right hands to Balor in the corner. Balor fights out of the corner but Edge drops him face-first to prevent a tag. Balor kicks out at 2. Priest tags back in and stomps on Balor. Balor with forearms to Priest but Priest clotheslines him for a 2 count. Priest grounds Balor now in the middle of the ring.

Balor breaks free with a jawbreaker. Priest stops the tag and drops Balor with a backbreaker for a 2 count. Priest talks some trash and stalks Balor, then starts kicking away as Ripley cheers him on. Balor with a huge chop to Priest. Priest with a Bell Clap and a big right, but Balor comes right back with an overhead kick and they’re both down. Fans rally now. Edge and AJ tag in at the same time. AJ ducks Edge and rocks Priest. AJ then unloads on Edge an drops him, then nails the sliding forearm. Edge ducks Priest and plants him face-first into the mat. Priest rolls to the floor to regroup. AJ rocks Edge in the corner and hits the Ushigoroshi. AJ goes on and Edge kicks out at 2.

AJ goes for the Styles Clash but he stops as Liv runs in and stops Ripley from entering. Liv and Ripely go to the floor now. Edge dumps AJ to the apron but he nails a knee to Priest’s face from the apron while Priest is on the floor and approaching him. AJ nails a Phenomenal Forearm to Edge and covers for the pin but Priest drags AJ to the floor by his arm to break the pin up. Edge is still laid out in the ring from the Phenomenal Forearm. AJ is slowly getting back to his feet at ringside but he rolls back in to stop the count. Liv and Ripley tag in now. Liv ducks Ripley and goes for the hurricanrana but Ripley catches her, and swings her but Liv uses that to take her down for a 2 count. Liv gets rocked but she jumps on Ripley’s back for a big Crucifix slam for a 2 count.

Liv plays to the crowd for a pop now. Ripley dodges Liv and she gets stuck on the ropes. Ripley with a big Half & Half suplex, launching Liv onto her neck. Ripley goes on and nails a vertical suplex for a 2 count to Liv now. Liv blocks the Riptide and slides out, tagging Balor in. Liv drops Ripley with a big DDT as Balor tackles Priest and unloads while AJ tackles Edge and unloads, while Liv is doing the same to Ripley. The Judgment Day is sent to the floor now. Styles, Liv and Balor all end up flying out and taking their opponents down. Balor takes contorl of Priest an brings him back in. Balor goes up for Coup de Grace but Ripley hits the ropes and sends him to the mat. Ripley laughs at Balor now. Priest tags in Edge. Balor fights off a double team but Priest hits the South of Heaven chokeslam.

AJ with a Phenomenal Forearm to Priest. Edge sends AJ to the floor. Edge looks crazy now as he waits for Balor. Edge charges but Balor counters and rolls him for 2. Balor with a Slingblade and a corner dropkick. Balor goes to the top for Coup de Grace on Edge but Ripley stands in his way in the ring now. She tells him no. Liv comes and jumps on Ripley’s back, and they tumble to the floor. Balor leaps but has to land on his feet. Edge comes right back with a Spear for the pin to win.

Winners: The Judgment Day

After the match, The Judgment Day regroups in the middle of the ring as the music hits. Balor is laid out at their feet, while Liv and AJ are down at ringside trying to recover. We go to replays. The Judgment Day looks down at Balor again, then exits the ring.

We see what happened between Liv Morgan and Rhea Ripley two weeks ago on Raw.

We return to the ring where Edge, Damian Priest, and Rhea Ripley have been standing.

Priest tells everyone to rise to show respect to The Judgement Day.  Priest says Edge made an offer for anyone to follow their mission statement and join the group.  One aspect of that mission statement is modesty.  Damian says that him and Rhea are different from everyone else.  Edge saw it.  Edge showed them the way and set them free.  They had been sheep like all of you, stuck in the mud trying to figure out the alleged right thing.  It is like everyone in the back waiting for instructions.  It is who you are and what you do.  The truth hurts.

The one attribute you are missing is courage.  Courage to be who you are.  Accept who you are and be proud of who you are.  None of you have that courage.  We can help you.  First, you have to help yourselves.

Rhea tells Liv she knows that Liv uses her heart more than her head.  Stop listening to the peasants on Twitter and the simpletons in attendance. I might forgive you for failing me in the past if you think for yourself.  Save yourself, like I saved myself.  Join the Judgment Day.

Edge says they are truth.  A truth that is right in front of most of your faces, but you are too afraid to see it.  The truth will set you free.  The Judgment Day is power.  It is physical power and mental power.  It is an opportunity for everyone to join them, recreate yourself and rewrite your career.  Do it under my learning tree and you can be the best.

Imagine Tom Brady, Wayne Gretzky, or Michael Jordan giving you this opportunity.  I was not given this chance like a John Cena.  I am at the top because i am a miracle of hard work.  You are afraid of hard work and success.  You are content to watch your boss make 10 times what you earn by doing little of what you do.  You are sheeple.  We are not afraid to grab at it.  We offer a mentality.  It can be offered to all of you.  If you accept it, you will wake up.  For anyone here, it is a chance to head butt glass ceilings to bits.  The same glass ceiling I shattered decades ago.

Who will be next?  Who will be savvy enough to know to join us?  Will it be Tommaso Ciampa?  Will it be Corey Graves?  Alexa Bliss?  Drew Mcintyre?  Liv Morgan?  Finn Balor?  What about you AJ Styles?  Surely standing side by side and shoulder to shoulder with us is better than standing eye to eye.  Join us and maybe your kids can start calling me Uncle Edge.  The choice is yours and choose wisely.

Match Number Two:  Rhea “The Eradicator” Ripley and Damian “The Punishment” Priest (with Edge) versus AJ Styles and Liv Morgan 

The men start off and Priest with a knee and forearm to the back.  Priest with a wrist lock.  Priest with a knee drop to the arm.  Priest with a side head lock.  Priest with a shoulder tackle for a near fall.  Priest with an arm bar.  Styles with a reversal and a waist lock.  AJ with a side head lock.  AJ with a back elbow and forearms and kicks followed by a back fist.  Priest with kicks to AJ and AJ with a drop kick.  Rhea tags in and that means Liv enters the match and AJ sends Liv to Rhea for a head scissors take down.  Liv with a drop kick and a running back elbow into the corner.  Liv goes for a crucifix into a sunset flip but Rhea blocks it and then connects with a head butt.

Rhea tosses Liv into the corner.  Rhea runs into a boot and Liv with a cross body off the turnbuckles but Rhea catches Liv and goes for a delayed vertical suplex but Liv tries to counter into an inside cradle.  Liv escapes and hits a lungblower.  Priest pulls Rhea to the floor and Liv with a suicide dive and AJ with a kick.  AJ and Liv too sweet before Liv goes back to the floor to send Rhea into the ring.  Rhea with a round kick to Liv followed by forearms.  Rhea with a suplex for a near fall.  Rhea with a punch to the midsection but Liv with a kick.  Rhea punches Liv on the turnbuckles but Liv with a head scissors take down and she gets a near fall.  Liv kicks Rhea in the leg.

AJ tags in and Priest with punches.  They exchange punches and Priest with a punch in the corner followed by an Irish whip but AJ moves when Priest goes for an elbow in the corner.  AJ with a forearm and Priest goes to the floor.  The referee gets between AJ and Rhea and Priest hits AJ from behind and sends him to the floor.  Priest hot shots AJ on the apron.

We go to commercial.

We are back and Priest stops AJ from making the tag and AJ misses an enzuigiri.  Priest catches AJ and punches AJ.  Priest goes over the top rope when AJ drops down.  Priest grabs AJ from the apron but AJ with a Pele kick and Liv tags in.  Liv with punches to Rhea.  Liv with a kick and enzuigiri.  Liv with a running knee into the corner and she misses a secodn charge.  Liv with a springboard drop kick and a springboard facebuster but Edge puts Rhea’s feet on the ropes.  AJ punches Edge and Priest grabs AJ but AJ punches Priest.  AJ and Priest get in the ring and AJ with a Cactus Jack clothesline.  Edge holds Rhea when Liv goes for ObLIViion and Rhea gets the three count.

Winners:  Rhea Ripley and Damian Priest

After the match, AJ goes after Edge but Priest with punches and then Rhea grabs AJ’s ankle.  Edge punches AJ.  Edge with a spear to AJ andthen Rhea hits RipTide on Liv.

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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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Championship Contender’s Match: WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Sasha Banks and Naomi vs. Liv Morgan and Rhea Ripley

We go back to the ring and out first are the new WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions – Naomi and Sasha Banks. Naomi is out first and Banks joins her. They dance on the stage and head to the ring for this Championship Contender’s match. They hit the ring and pose on the apron as the pyro goes off. We go to commercial.

Back from the break and Rhea Ripley and Liv Morgan are out for this match to earn a future title shot. Ripley starts off with Naomi and takes control. Ripley with a long vertical suplex in the middle of the ring as Liv and fans count along. Ripley keeps Naomi in the air for more than one minute, then slams her for a 2 count.

Naomi ducks a big boot and goes to work. Banks tags in and they double team Ripley into the turnbuckles. Naomi tags back in for more double teaming. Liv breaks up a pin attempt just in time. Liv is sent out and Banks hits a Meteora from the apron to Liv on the floor. Ripley then leaps out from the apron to take Banks down on the floor. Naomi runs and nails a dive onto Ripley at ringside. Naomi brings Ripley back into the ring and nails a leg drop for a 2 count as we go back to commercial.

Back from the break and Naomi ends up nailing the springboard kick to drop Ripley. Liv and Banks tag in at the same time and unload on each other. Banks drops Liv for a pop. Banks drops Liv in the corner with a shot to the jaw, then hits the Meteora. Banks yells out for a pop from the crowd as she keeps control. Banks flies from the top with another Meteora but Liv kicks out at 2.

Liv with roll-ups now but Banks keeps control. Liv drops Banks with an enziguri. Ripley tags in and they double team Banks now. Ripley covers for a 2 count. More back and forth between the two teams. There was a bit of miscommunication between the challengers towards the end. The champs end up hitting a double modified Lungblower on Liv for the pin to win.

Winners: Sasha Banks and Naomi

After the match, Banks and Naomi stand tall and celebrate before exiting as fans cheer them on. Ripley comes back in and she’s disappointed with Liv. Liv tries to talk to her but Ripley walks off. Liv is confused. Ripley walks off and here comes Kevin Owens as we go to a break.

The announcers bring up the recent tension between Liv Morgan and Rhea Ripley. Liv is looking for Ripley backstage and she finds her. Ripley reveals that Adam Pearce has granted her request for a shot at the WWE Women’s Tag Team Titles for next week. Liv thanks her and says let’s go get the gold. The segment ends with Liv and Ripley on the same page.

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