Becky Lynch def. Bianca Belair Retains Raw Women’s Title
Away from her 27-second SummerSlam match in which Becky Lynch stole the SmackDown women’s title and ended the WWE reign EST, Bianca Belair did her best to try and claim the Raw Women’s title from Big Time Becks in an exciting Raw kick-off competition. …
A classic match from start to finish, filled with the epic moments of both opponents, created what could be called one of the greatest title matches of recent times.
However, when Belair lifted the KOD title holder in the final moments, the Man had the guts to grab onto the ropes. As she did so, she removed the lanyard and tossed the EST WWE into an open metal corner. When Belair fell to the canvas, Big Time Becks took the win with a handful of tights.
Austin Theory def. Rey Mysterio
Showing disrespectful respect for Mysterio and defeating Dominic last week, a the daring Austin Theory battled Rey Mysterio in a fast-paced one-on-one duel.
Throughout the match, young Dominic, standing outside the ring, and Theory openly showed their concern to each other. On several occasions throughout the competition, this resulted in several physical quarrels, including Dominic snatching his father from Austin’s grip and paving the way for Master 619 to deliver the DDT Spinning to the ring floor, and Theory struck a double blow. Dominic’s face through the ropes.
When Rey put his opponent on the ropes for 619 in the midst of a fight, hostile Dominic suddenly, suddenly hit an outspoken superstar… Although Rey put together his signature 619-splash combo, The referee noticed a slap in the face and called the bell to award the Austin Theory victory.
Seth Rollins stirred the pot when Big E went to meet Kevin Owens.
After beating Kevin Owens, Rey Mysterio and Finn Balor in a fateful 4-position match last week, an enthusiastic Seth Rollins spent a little time belittling Big E’s reign in the WWE Championship, and more / less hinted that he was not The Powerhouse of Postivity was actually Face of the Raw. When Big E offered to settle things with a WWE title match right now, Rollins laughed at it and decided to wait to work out his title match until he hit 100 percent.
When Kevin Owens crashed the party and made his passionate case for being the face of Raw, and before the moment was over, Big E took his challenge to the match.
Queen Zelena and Carmella def. Rhea Ripley and Nikki Ash
After a backstage altercation, Queen Zelena teamed up with Carmella to defeat WWE Women’s Champions Rhea Ripley and Nikki Ash in a title contenders match. When Carmella distracted Nikki on her apron during the final moments of the match, Queen Zelena used the moment to execute the Sunset Bomb to defeat the title holders in the Champion Contenders Match!
Finn Balor def. Chad Gable
Although Chad Gable is trying to prove his leadership at Alpha Academy at the expense of Prince after being rejected by WWE Big E champion, Finn Balor was able to fight through an injured leg and a devastating superplex on the top rope to gain a foothold on the latter. second cradle and defeat your technically experienced opponent.
Dolph Ziggler and Robert Rood def. Street Profits
After Omos cost them a Triple Threat Match for the Raw Tag Team title and handed them the victory to The Dirty Dawgs last week, The Street Profits still wanted smoke and a little payback from former SmackDown Tag Team champions Dolph Ziggler and Robert Rhode. …
However, when chaos reigned in the final moments of the match, Omos rushed to the ring, and a sea of officials tried to stop him. The distraction allowed Dolph Ziggler to defeat Montes Ford.
After the call, Omos picked up both burgeoning Street Profits and an overly flustered Riddle, who just couldn’t resist jumping from the Raw bulletin board to go after the giant superstar.
Damian Priest def. T-BAR Match without disqualification
Stay tuned for the tumultuous events in between last week, Damian Priest battled T-Bar in an extremely physical match without disqualification that included tables. unforgiving ring racks, steel chair, kendo sticks and more.
But after T-Bar tied Priest with ropes and broke the US champion’s kendo stick, Damien broke completely. After aggressively firing at the Steel Cage T-bar, the Priest strangled his victim through the exploding table before finishing it off with Final Calculation.
However, when the dust cleared, Apollo Crews with Commander Aziz in step. The former Intercontinental Champion introduced himself and introduced himself to his formidable cohort and promised that the day would come when Anchor of Infamy would be the “privilege” of losing his US title.
Big E def. Kevin Owens
While Kevin Owens was keen to show that he, and not Big E and Seth Rollins, was the face of the WWE, the WWE champion was determined to stop the skeptics by fighting a one-on-one knockout and proving that he was the true center point. red brand.
However, at a critical moment in the fierce battle, Big E and Kevin Owens clashed. When the judge tests Owens, Seth suddenly attacks the House of Positivity. Though Owens seemed almost reluctant to take advantage of this outrage, Big E turned the tables over at the last second and grabbed a quick pin.
After the match, there was an awkward moment when both Superstars saw replays and Big E realized what had happened. Although Owens apologized and said he didn’t know what happened and challenged Rollins to a match next week to recoup, Big E responded with a Big Ending.