We go right to the ring and out comes an angry Finn Balor, by himself. Samantha Irvin does the introduction as we see replays from what happened last week with WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins and The Judgment Day.
The music stops and fans boo as Balor paces the ring. The way things went down at Money In the Bank still don’t sit well with him. His issues with Rollins are still not resolved because of Damian Priest. Balor says his name again and goes to speak but the music hits and out comes Dominik Mysterio and WWE Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley to loud boos.
Ripley says we can talk about any issues we have in the back. She enters the ring as Dominik waits at ringside. Balor says his issues aren’t with Ripley or Mysterio. He goes on about what Priest did at Money In the Bank, saying Priest hijacked his chance to win the title. Ripley tells Balor to calm down, they will discuss this in the back, and Balor says he’s calm. Ripley lowers Balor’s mic and the crowd takes notice. An angry Balor now storms out of the ring and to the back.
Ripley says what we just saw is their business and all we need to know is that The Judgment Day still runs RAW. She challenges anyone to come test that because she is WWE’s most dominant woman, and tonight her Latino Heat will take Rollins out. Dominik goes to speak but the boos are too much. The music interrupts and out comes Rollins to a big pop. Rollins has a plate of chicken wings. Dominik yells for the music to be cut, he won’t be disrespected like this. Rollins tells Dominik to shut up because we came to party, to eat Buffalo wings, and watch The Judgment Day implode. Rollins laughs at the idea of Dominik defeating him tonight. Rollins goes on and tosses the mic as his music starts up. Fans sing and Rollins looks on from the stage, enjoying his wings.
Back from the break and Damian Priest is backstage talking with Dominik Mysterio and Rhea Ripley. Priest says that went how he expected. Ripley says she expected another outcome but Priest and Finn Balor just need to squash their issues. Priest says he has already tried talking to Finn but he will try again, for Ripley.
The Judgment Day are backstage. Damian Priest and Finn Balor are here to talk but Rhea Ripley tells them to stop acting like kids, talk one at a time… Priest is first. He goes on about how he didn’t mean to cost Balor the title at Money In the Bank, he wanted him to win and would never cash in on him. He says we can go back to running RAW or… Balor interrupts and says we can have a clean slate under one condition… Balor says he still has issues with Seth Rollins, and those are first. Priest is OK with that, and tells Balor to have at it. They agree that things are cool between them. Priest says he knows Balor can beat Rollins, he knows Balor will be champion. Priest then raises his Money In the Bank briefcase and says either way, it’s covered. Balor looks on as Priest and the others leave.
Jackie Redmond is backstage with Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens now. She asks what’s next for the champs. They talk about already dealing with Imperium and Pretty Deadly, but being open to new challengers, including Judgment Day and Alpha Academy, among others. Dominik Mysterio and Rhea Ripley walk up, and she’s not happy with how the champs didn’t say “The” Judgment Day. Ripley goes on about how they, any pairing, can take the titles from Owens and Zayn at any time they want. She says they can also take all of the gold in WWE. Ripley says that starts tonight when Dominik smashes Seth Rollins’ head in over and over. She mentions that Dominik never gets tired because he focused on his cardio while in prison. Ripley and Dominik walk off. Zayn asks Owens what that meant, and Owens says Dominik probably ran around the prison yard. Zayn whispers in Owens’ ear, telling him what he thinks it meant.
WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins vs. Dominik Mysterio
We go back to the ring and out comes Dominik Mysterio with WWE Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley. The boos pick up as we go back to commercial.
Back from the break and Jinder Mahal narrates a new hype video for Indus Sher. Mahal says victory is at all costs, and with victory comes survival. He goes on and says victory is an illusion of fools, so believe you can survive… your war cry will be the voice under our feet. Veer and Sanga are re-introduced, and they are coming to RAW. We go back to the ring and out comes WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins for this non-title match. Rollins struts around ringside as fans sing his song. He looks ahead to Ripley as she distracts him, which allows Dominik to attack from behind.
Dominik beats on Rollins but Rollins fights back and chases him to the barrier as they continue fighting. Finn Balor and Damian Priest suddenly attack from behind, coming from the crowd. Priest sends Rollins into the announce table. Fans chant “Dom you suck!” as the beatdown on Rollins continues. The music hits and out comes Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens to assist Rollins.
Rollins runs back in with a steel chair as Balor and Priest retreat. Rollins smacks Dominik with the chair to knock him out of the ring. Fans sing for Rollins as he stands in the ring with Owens and Zayn, staring out at The Judgment Day.
We see how Chelsea Green and Sonya Deville won Tag Team Turmoil last week to earn a title shot. Green and Deville confront Undisputed WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Liv Morgan and Raquel Rodriguez backstage and they have words now. The champs will be at ringside tonight so they can get a look at next week’s competition. Morgan and Rodriguez promise they are ready to defend next week. WWE Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley walks up and gets in the face of Rodriguez. Ripley tells the champs to focus on the tag team division and stay out of her business. She says they got in her business for a second time last week and if it happens again, that’s strike three. Green taunts the champs while hiding behind Ripley, while Ripley and Rodriguez face off, but Ripley wants no part of Green’s games. Green and Deville walk off. Liv addresses Ripley and says they are not afraid of her. They got in her business because of what she did to Natalya, and if she keeps being a bully, they will stay in her business. Ripley and Rodriguez continue facing off.
Seth Rollins, Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn vs. The Judgment Day
We go back to the ring for tonight’s main event and out first comes WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins. Back to commercial.
Back from the break and out comes Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens. The Judgment Day is out next – Finn Balor, Damian Priest and Dominik Mysterio with WWE Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley. The faction is united and it looks like Priest is not carrying his Money In the Bank briefcase.
Priest’s is seen at ringside. We have some technical difficulties but come back to Rollins hitting a Pedigree on Priest but Balor breaks the pin up. Balor is legal now as he and Rollins go at it. Rollins blocks a Slingblade and goes on to hit the big roaring elbow. Mysterio tags in and ends up hitting a big Frog Splash on Rollins for a close 2 count.AD
Balor tags back in and nails a Slingblade. Balor goes on and charges for the dropkick but Rollins intercepts him with a superkick. Zayn comes in and keeps control. Zayn with a Blue Thunder Bomb on Balor, but Balor comes back with a Slingblade and dropkick. Zayn dodges a Coup de Grace, then goes on and hits a Blue Thunder Bomb for 2.
More back and forth now. Owens with a Stunner to Dominik. Priest launches Owens out of the ring, but Zayn sends Priest out. Zayn fights Balor and we get another Exploder. Ripley ends up interfering, which allows Priest to run in and slam Zayn with a South of Heaven chokeslam in the middle of the ring. Balor goes up top and hits Coup de Grace for the pin to win.
Winners: The Judgment Day
After the match, the music hits as Balor and Priest stare each other down in the middle of the ring. It looks like they’re about to fight but they smile and then embrace as Ripley and Mysterio celebrate at ringside. RAW goes off the air with The Judgment Day standing tall together in the middle of the ring.