WWE Champion Big E def. Kevin Owens in a steel cage match
WWE Champion Big E and Kevin Owens went all out in Steel Cage in a very physical duel. After Seth Rollins made his presence felt by slamming the cage door in front of both opponents, the hitting both sides culminated as the WWE champion linked up with a massive mid-rope KO Grand Final and crawled out the cage door to win.
After the match, The Visionary jumped over Big E, but the WWE champion fought off both of his contenders for WWE Day 1 until Bobby Lashley showed up during a commercial break loaded with Spears and Hurt Locks to wipe them out. three men.
WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion Queen Zelina def. Nikki Ash
Half of the WWE Women’s Champion, Queen Zelena, decided to put Nikki Ash on a tough night, and she did just that. Zelena shut it down when she hit Code Red in Almost Superhero to earn the win and leave ASH defeated in the ring and consoling Rea Ripley.
Street profit def. AJ Styles and Omos in the first round match of RK-Brazil
Another chapter in the rivalry between The Street Profits and AJ Styles & Omos was written in tournament form to determine the next contenders for the RK-Bro Raw Tag Team Championship. The controversial ending came when Omos tagged himself and ended up getting a countdown that didn’t go well with The Phenomenal One. When the Profits won, the giant Omos flew away from his teammate, leaving a frustrated and overwhelmed Stiles for an even more confusing interview with Riddle.
US Champion Damian Priest def. Robert Rood
It was time for another open challenge for Damian Priest’s US Championship, and Robert Rood, also known as “Big Bob,” was happy to help. With team-mate Dolph Ziggler in his corner, Road tried to use the number game to his advantage, but that was not enough as Priest allied with Reckoning to retain his title.
After the fight, a disappointed Ziggler slipped into the ring and quickly super hit the US champion, possibly indicating that their rivalry was far from over.
Bianca Belair def. Doodrop through the countdown
Tensions between Bianca Belair and Doodrop finally erupted in this one-on-one battle, which actually began with Doodrop blinding EST WWE as she descended the ramp. When the contestants finally met in the ring and the bell rang, the action was thrilling until Belair put Doodrop on her shoulders for KOD, but Doodrop managed to escape and decided to just walk away from the ring and get the countdown, taunting. Belair at the top of the ladder to add insult to injury.
Edge and Miz agree to fight on day one of WWE
After a bitter showdown with the Rated-R superstar last week, Miz hosted The Edge on Miz TV and continued to double down on his criticism of his newfound rival. When Edge insisted last week that he really meant those compliments, A-Lister called him weak and challenged him to a WWE Day 1 match, stating that 2022 would be the Year of the Mies. The Edge accepted the match and embarrassed Miz with a quick step, from which Miz fell to the canvas.
Rey and Dominic Mysterio def. Alpha Academy in the match of the first round of RK-Brazil
Riddle returned to the ring to enter the tournament as Ray and Dominic Mysterio hoped to continue rebuilding their momentum with Chad Gable and Otis of Alpha Academy. The conclusion came when Dominic parried Gable’s Moonsault and turned him around, promoting himself and his father in a duel next week with The Street Profits to determine the next contenders for the RK-Bro title.
Reporter Riddle asked too many questions after the match and Otis turned him down as a result.
Finn Balor def. T-BAR
The prince was eager to return to his victorious paths, and that’s exactly what he did in this one-on-one battle with the T-BAR. Balor used his patented Coup de Grace to win, but his celebration did not last long as Austin’s hungry theory emerged to launch the attack. In an effort to impress Mr. McMahon, Theory dumped Balor with ATL and took another selfie with his latest victim.
Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch def. Liv Morgan
Liv Morgan finally got her heads-up fight against Becky Lynch for the Raw Women’s Championship, and the match turned into a thriller. The young challenger hit Big Time Becks with everything she had, but the cunning champion grabbed the bottom rope during a pins attempt to gain enough leverage to maintain his title and ruin Morgan’s momentum in the main event.