Nikki Cross def. Charlotte Fleur from Count-Out
After Nikki Cross defeated Raw Women’s Champion Ray Ripley last week to maintain her three-week winning streak, Nightmare’s presence in the ring seemed to distract Flair enough for her energetic opponent to defeat the Queen and win. Give up the momentum of a humiliated superstar leading up to a Raw Women’s title match against Ripley at WWE Hell in a Cell.
John Morrison def. Jeff Hardy
While The Miz continued to recover from a leg injury, John Morrison continued to fly solo and defeated Jeff Hardy in Starship Pain while Cedric Alexander stared into the ring.
Jeff Hardy, def. Cedric Alexander
Moments after Jeff Hardy’s vs. John Morrison match, Cedric Alexander walked up to the microphone to complain that he was not respected. As a result, the war-torn Hardy agreed to a second impromptu match against the enraged superstar and promised to retire if he lost. The audacity of The Charismatic Enigma paid off when he defeated Cedric with the Swanton bomb.
Eva Marie’s return led her mysterious cohort to defeat Naomi
After weeks of teasing her comeback, the in-ring match of the beautiful and charismatic Eva Marie was delayed even further when she let her mysterious cohort replace her in the match, simply the dominant force that overcame the shine with the help of Driver Michinoku.
RK-Bro def. New day
After weeks of head clashes, RK-Bro emerged victorious in a grueling team match against The New Day, which pushed all four superstars to their limits after Randy Orton beat Xavier Woods with RKO.
Rhea Ripley def. Asuka
After Charlotte Fleur lost her match against Nikki Cross earlier that night, Raw Women’s Champion Ray Ripley defeated Asuka, trapped in WWE Hell in a Cell. However, Nightmare subsequently found himself in an absolutely chaotic post-match fight with the Queen.
Alexa Bliss def. Nia Jax on disqualification
During a match against her ex-girlfriend Nia Jax, Alexa Bliss flew into a rage when Reginald suddenly dared to climb onto an apron. Fueled by rage, Little Miss Bliss hit Nya with Twisted Bliss. However, before she could get the badge, Reggie suddenly removed it from Jax and ended the competition with a disqualification. After the match, Bliss seemed to almost hypnotize Reginald, revealing another layer of her intimidating power.
Jackson Ryker def. Elias from Count-Out
Once again, Elias chose to withdraw from his match against his implacable former cohort Jackson Riker and accept defeat by countdown.
Drew McIntyre, def. AJ Styles by disqualification
When AJ Styles’ personal colossus Omos intervened in Drew McIntyre’s versus Phenomenal match, WWE champion Bobby Lashley and The Viking Raiders approached the ring to get to know each other better.
McIntyre defeated Almighty and sent the WWE champion out of the ring. Moments later, Lashley burst into the fray and retaliated to end the fight. In response, The Viking Raiders stepped over the ropes and sent the title holder out of the ring. As a result, WWE officials decided to resume the action as a six-person team match.
Drew McIntyre and The Viking Raiders, def. Bobby Lashley, AJ Styles & Omos
Phenomenal tried to tag at Omos and accidentally tagged Lashley. An unexpected move knocked the title holder out of the game for a moment. And when he turned around, he bumped into McIntyre’s Claymore Strike. Seconds later, the Scottish superstar pinned down The All Mighty to earn an incredible win as she heads out to WWE Hell in a Cell this Sunday!