Bobby Lashley Demands Title Opportunity
The Almighty backed the attack last week, demanding the opportunity to win the WWE title, and WWE officials Adam Pierce and Sonia Deville made a reservation that he would have to defeat Kevin Owens, Seth Rollins and Big E in three separate singles matches. do this way.
Otis def. Mystery
Otis’s transformation was fully demonstrated as the Bulldozer delivered what is arguably his most impressive performance against Raw Tag Team Champion Riddle. Riddle attempted to chop down the larger Superstar with his feet and appeared to be heading for victory when he directed the Serpent. Otis, however, would have responded and caught The Original Bro on hit and hit and even elbowed out of The Apex Predator’s post-match RKO.
Bianca Belair def. Doudrop
Not many superstars can match the strength of Bianca Belair, but Doodrop is unlike most superstars. The cocky newcomer pushed ESTs into the WWE from time to time, but the risky move opened the door for the former SmackDown women’s champion. As Doodrop climbed the top rope, Belair responded with a Powerbomb and took to the skies in 450 Splash to place an exclamation mark on the tough victory. Bitterness reverberated on the ramp when Doodrop was able to shake off her frustration with a blind attack and taunt towards the road.
Becky Lynch gives Liv Morgan a title rematch
Bad blood boiled between the two rivals again, and Liv Morgan tried to unleash new aggression against Becky Lynch. The man responded with another level of brutality to crush Morgan’s hand on steel steps before agreeing to a Raw Women’s Championship rematch.
Dirty dogs, def. Finn Balor and Damian Priest
The United States champion wanted to repay Dolph Ziggler with his own hit, but Austin Theory left the viral moment. Finn Balor and Damian Priest teamed up in an unexpected alliance to subdue Ziggler and Robert Rude and controlled much of the early action. Theory’s intervention would change the course of the match and force the Prince to zig-zag to complete it.
Queen Zelena def. Rhea Ripley
The women’s tag teams continued to showcase their numbers in another clash with Rhea Ripley and Nikki Ash. After a series of recent setbacks that eroded her confidence, Nikki Ash hoped to help her friend, but Carmella responded with super dust that distracted Ripley’s attention. from action. Queen Zelena rushed into the fray, and Nightmare’s roll-up struck a deal on the matter.
Seth Rollins, def. Bobby Lashley on disqualification
Bobby Lashley, def. Seth Rollins – No Disqualification Match
Everyone has a plan until they are hit by Bobby Lashley’s spear. Seth Rollins appeared to have a plan to keep The All Mighty out of Day 1, and Kevin Owens came to us and won by disqualification. Sonia Deville and Adam Pierce refused to leave him alone and resumed the match as a match without disqualification. Lashley seized the opportunity, and the spearman quickly finished off the Architect.
Miz, Maryse and Edge mixed it all up ahead of WWE Day One
Meese had hoped to bring his case to the WWE Hall of Fame, but Edge posted A-Lister instead. When the R-rated Superstar attacked for the second time, Meese used Maryse as a human shield before making it to the Skull Crushing Edge finale, but his wife’s slap left an unpleasant taste in her mouth.
Bobby Lashley, def. Big E – Match without disqualification
Almighty had another hurdle to climb to earn the WWE title, but Big E didn’t give up without a fight. The tables came out early and Bobby Lashley seemed doomed to win after shattering shards after being hit by a WWE champion. Owens and Rollins did their best to keep Lashley out of WWE Day 1, but it was the MVP cane kick to Big E’s knee that allowed All Might to punch his ticket to the first New Year’s event.