Viking Raiders Win Top Rope Battle Royal
Chaos reigned from the start as AJ Styles & Omos challenged their potential rivals and even provoked a tardiness on the part of John Morrison. Riddle and Randy Orton kicked off with a flurry of RKO and the power of MACE & T-BAR-controlled stretches of the match. As dust began to settle between The New Day and RK-Bro, The Viking Raiders stepped in and defeated Viper to secure the coveted title.
Jackson Ryker def. Elias through countdown
Elias reiterated that he was completely done dealing with his former tag teammate, and Jackson Riker, in a new guise, responded with a furious punch to return the favor. Riker brought the aggression into the ring, and when Elias was overwhelmed by the attack, the top performer headed up the ladder and started counting.
Bobby Lashley and Drew McIntyre raise the stakes on WWE Hell in a Cell Clash
When the contract was to be signed, Bobby Lashley left Drew McIntyre waiting in the ring of the Almighty Champion. When the imposing title holder finally showed up fashionably late, Lashley and the MVP upped the ante, informing the Scottish Warrior that this was his last chance to win the title. McIntyre happily agreed, but in return offered to meet inside hell in a cell without the possibility of interference. The Scottish warrior placed an exclamation mark on the signature, loudly slamming his sword against the table.
Ricochet against Umberto Carrillo ends with double countdown
A disgruntled and bruised, the US champion sat at the ring, watching as the duel between Ricochet and Humberto Carrillo determined his next opponent. Both participants. Both athletes were confused by the stunning Spanish fly from Ricochet, which resulted in a double score for both competitors, causing Shamus to cluck.
Jeff Hardy, def. Cedric Alexander
New school swagger meets old school savvy in a match between Cedric Alexander and Jeff Hardy. Alexander showed flamboyant moves and unbridled brutality, but The Charismatic Enigma served up a modest Swanton Bomb pie to make a big statement.
Nikki Cross and Asuka def. Rhea Ripley and Charlotte Fleur
The ongoing cat-and-mouse game with Nikki Cross has provoked an odd alliance between WWE Hell in a Cell opponents Rhea Ripley and Charlotte Fleur. Asuka brought her own scores, and the Queen and Nightmare were often more concerned with proving their point to each other. One small spark and partnership between Ripley and Flair flared up as the Queen landed with Natural Selection amidst the madness, and Cross slipped for a pin to usher in a celebration with the Empress of Tomorrow.
Mansoor def. Drew Gulak
Mustafa Ali gave Mansour some advice as he anticipated new challenges in his new popping up running of the red brand. Drew Gulak challenged the rookie, but the backstage pullback was met with a quick pullback from Mansour, who took his first win on Raw.
Kofi Kingston def. Riddle
The ongoing rivalry between The New Day and RK-Bro reached new heights as the two teams fought throughout the Tag Team Battle Royal earlier in the night. Kofi Kingston wanted to prove his point by challenging Riddle, and The Original Bro spurred the presence of his good friend Randy in the ring. In the last moments, it seemed that Riddle was in control, as Orton persuaded him to finish off his opponent. While The Original Bro was watching The Legend Killer, Kingston dodged RKO and unleashed Trouble in Paradise to win.
Shayna Basler Takes a Shocking Journey to Alexa’s Playground
Despite the warning from Nia Jax, Shayna Bazler could enter the twisted world of Alexa’s Playground without a doubt. The Queen of Spades did not apologize for her visit and disturbed Alexa Bliss with her destructive actions and furious trampling of her Lilly doll. As Basler climbed the ladder, she was surrounded by fire, and Lilly’s presence was impossible to shake wherever she turned backstage.