Nikki Cross def. Charlotte Flair in a challenge match for the title of the best
Tensions quickly escalated into a verbal squabble when The Miz & John Morrison welcomed Raw Women’s Champion Ray Ripley and WWE Hell in a Cell challenger Charlotte Flair to Miz TV. However, it was Nikki Cross’s new words that ultimately came out the loudest. After Rhea Ripley survived last week’s Beat the Clock Challenge and earned The Nightmare’s respect, the determined superstar’s slap in the face made the 14-time world champion accept the same Beat the Clock Challenge.
In the ensuing match, Ghost Cross initiates a cat-and-mouse game to strike twice with lightning as she once again survived the clock and humiliated the Queen in the same way she did to Ripley last week.
Randy Orton, def. Xavier Woods
After Riddle used Randy Orton’s RKO to defeat Xavier Woods last week, Viper returned from his weeklong hiatus and not only invited First Bro into the ring to watch him fight Woods, but also overcome New Day’s Superstar with Bro. … Derek!
Reginald def. Shaina Basler
After disobeying Shayna Bazler’s order not to come into the ring last week during a WWE Women’s Team Championship match, Reginald was forced to pay the price in a heads-up match with Queen of Spades. However, after Basler punished the sommelier and nearly killed him with the Kirifud clutch, fire burst out of the almost towbar again and allowed Reginald to pick up a quick pin!
MACE & T-BAR def. Lucha House Party
The sinister MACE & T-BAR team brought the high-profile Lucha House Party to a standstill with a dominant blow, culminating in a stunning double choke kick at the Grand Metalik.
Ricochet def. Sheamus
After Umberto Carillo and Ricochet joined forces to defeat Shamus last week, the Celtic Warrior was forced to take revenge by taking turns fighting the superstars. Ricochet appeared first, and when Umberto Carillo stepped into the ring mid-match, the distraction allowed the high-ranking player to defeat and humiliate the U.S. champion in a title-less competition.
Umberto Carrillo def. Sheamus
After Ricochet’s victory over Shamus, the Celtic warrior turned his attention too often to the explosive superstar and allowed Umberto Carrillo to hand over to the US champion his second defeat that night.
Mandy Rose and Dana Brooke def. Naomi and Lana
After reigning WWE women’s team champions Natalya and Tamina took front row seats, Mandy Rose and Dana Brook took a giant leap forward in the WWE women’s team division by defeating the electric duo Naomi and Lana.
Cedric Alexander def. Shelton Benjamin
After weeks of abuse and disrespect from his former tag teammate, Shelton Benjamin was unable to end their encounters with Cedric Alexander when his former tag teammate found a lightning win in their rubber match on the back. one more thumb to the eye and a Neuralyzer.
A.J. Styles & Omos vs. Elias & Jackson Riker – Raw Tag Team Title Match
A week after Elias found himself on the other side of the Thunder Dome after Omos unleashed hell on Universal Truth, The Phenomenal AJ Styles and Omos put an end to their bullshit by winning the Raw Tag Team championship match. In the midst of the fight, Elias refused to join the action and (after a merciless beating at the hands of Omos) Styles defeated Jackson Riker with a Phenomenal Forearm.
Shayna Basler crashes Alexa’s Playground by attacking Reginald and severely warning Alexa Bliss and Lilly.
Drew McIntyre, def. Kofi Kingston
After WWE Champion Bobby Lashley and MVP were banned from the ring with the promise of a 90-day suspension without pay if they intervened in the rematch, Drew McIntyre and Kofi Kingston left everything on the canvas in their battle to determine who toss. Challenge Almighty for a WWE Championship match in an upcoming pay-per-view show. In the final moments, the Scottish Warrior caught Kingston in mid-air with a terrific Claymore punch as the New Day Superstar flew off the rope and scored a massive victory.