Brown Strowman def. MACE & T-BAR by Disqualification – 1v2 Handicap Match
MACE & T-BAR def. Drew McIntyre and Brown Strowman on Countdown
Although it was planned to be merged with Drew McIntyre, “Monster Among Men” wanted to make a name for itself, acting alone. After MACE & T-BAR began attacking Brown Strowman, a Scottish warrior came running to his aid and staged the originally planned skirmish. The Strawman Express began to roll, but McIntyre’s inadvertent clothesline thwarted the advance and resulted in a loss count for the unlikely alliance.
Damian Priest and New Day, def. Miz, Elias and Jackson Riker
The A-List music show was greeted with the second act of Rotten Tomatoes from Damian Priest, Kofi Kingston & Xavier Woods. “New Day” composed sweet music, but the opposition’s cunning tactics constantly kept them on their toes. After an incredible aerial exposure from Kingston and the Bowman of Infamy, Woods swooped down on a swift inner cradle to keep Jackson Riker at bay.
Sonya Deville heralds the return of Charlotte Fleur
Charlotte Flair’s frantic assault on a WWE spokesman earned her a massive fine and indefinite suspension, but Sonia Deville apparently had her own recovery plans. Acting apart from WWE spokesman Adam Pierce, Deville invited Eddie Orengo to have the Queen apologize and receive her reinstatement.
Firec’s Umberto Carrillo returns for Shamus’s last open trial
After losing to Umberto Carrillo last week, Sheamus once again announced an open challenge to the US title. A new week, the same result, as Carrillo again answered the call and this time was prepared for the early onslaught of the Celtic Warrior. The message was sent, and Carrillo left Shamus furious and out of sorts at the notice table.
Randy Orton and Riddle, def. Shelton Benjamin and Cedric Alexander
RK-Bro’s incarnation rocked the WWE universe and the debut of Tandem Riddle and Randy Orton did not disappoint. The Cedric Alexander and Shelton Benjamin seasoning was an early advantage, but The Viper & Original Bro started spinning and set Floating Bro to win.
Rhea Ripley, Nia Jax and Shayna Basler def. Asuka, Naomi and Lana
Rhea Ripley, Nia Jax and Shayna Bazler came with all the gold, but Asuka, Naomi and Lana were all keen to make their aspirations for the title clear. Mandy Rose and Dana Brook continued their crusade against the WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions after Basler got wet and Jax embarrassedly slipped and slipped out of the ring. Lana nearly stunned everyone by nearly falling for Ripley, but the Raw Women champion responded with Riptide and tagged Jax for Leg Drop and victory.
Charlotte Flair def. Mandy rose
After her earlier reinstatement, the Queen was played against Mandy Rose. As Rose succeeded as the aggressor, Charlotte Flair turned her frustrations on the official Eddie Orengo, which almost ended in defeat. Fleur channeled her anger and shook Rose with natural selection to win.
Brown Strowman def. Drew McIntyre – Earns a WWE title match at WrestleMania Backlash
As Brown Strowman watched the fight past Drew McIntyre for a spot in the WWE title fight at WrestleMania Backlash, the WWE Almighty Champion headed for the ring to feel his presence. The Scottish warrior displayed unreal strength with the incredible kicks and punches of a giant superstar, but the final word was with the power of the Monster Among Men. An attempted intervention by Bobby Lashley, MVP, MACE and T-BAR allowed Strowman to regroup and beat the Running Powerslam on McIntyre for a high stakes win.