The Judgement Day open up the show cutting a promo on The Mysterios. Damian Priest then begins hyping up his match with Edge next week on RAW in Toronto. He says, after their match Toronto won’t be known as Edge’s hometown, but the place he retired him. He then says Beth Phoenix will be wheeling him down to the ring for his retirement party.
Rey Mysterio then comes out and attacks Balor and Preist. Ripley tries to distract Mysterio while Balor goes for a chair shot, but Rey gets the chair instead, hitting both Priest and Balor. He tries to nail Balor again, but Ripley protects him. Priest then takes advantage and attacks Mysterio, hitting him with a DDT on the chair. Balor then hits Mysterio with a Coup De Grace on the chair.
Alexa Bliss and Asuka vs. Nikki A.S.H. and Doudrop
Asuka gets the Asuka Lock on Doudrop for the win.
Winners: Alexa Bliss and Asuka
Bayley, Dakota Kai, and Iyo Sky come out after the match on the ramp, starring down Asuka, Bliss, and Bianca Belair – who was ringside.
Theory is interviewed backstage about his Money In The bank briefcase, but he’s interrupted by Dolph Ziggler. Ziggler tries to offer Theory advice but instead Theory says, after he cashes in his Money In The Bank, he’ll keep winning and won’t screw up the way Ziggler did – who he called a “has been.” The pair begin to brawl.
We get a backstage promo with The Miz and Ciampa. Ciampa vows to win the United States Title despite his failed effort last week against Bobby Lashley. Miz then gifts Ciampa a necklace with a matching photo of them.
The Miz and Ciampa vs. Cedric Alexander and Mustafa Ali
Ciampa hits the Fairytale Ending on Ali for the victory.
Winners: The Miz and Ciampa
Drew McIntyre is show making his way to the ring backstage, while officials are apparently putting out a fire in the background.
McIntyre comes out to the ring and cuts a promo to hype up his match with Roman Reigns at Clash At The Castle. Kevin Owens interrupts McIntyre and says that he has his eyes on every championship, as he’s bringing back The Prize Fighter – he misses the old Kevin Owens. McIntyre challenges Owens to a wrestling match, and Owens accepts.
Kevin Owens vs. Drew McIntyre
The match ends in a disqualification after The Usos hit the ring to attack McIntyre.
Winner: Drew McIntyre via Disqualification
McIntyre is able to fight off The Usos, but Owens hits McIntyre with a Stunner. Owens tells The Usos to tell their Tribal Chief that he owes him one before leaving. The Usos try to attack McIntyre again, but McIntyre clears the ring again. He tells The Usos to warn Reigns he’ll be on SmackDown this Friday.
Seth Rollins is here to be front-and-center for Riddle’s injury update. Riddle gets on the big screen and says he’s been medically cleared and he’ll be ready for Rollins next time he sees him. Rollins says he’ll always be three steps ahead of Riddle, and that’s why the result will always be the same. Riddle then reveals he’s here tonight, before running down the ramp. The pair brawl a bit before Rollins escapes into the crowd. Riddle chases after him before stopping and posing for the crowd.
In a backstage interview, Riddle challenges Seth Rollins to a match at Clash At The Castle.
Veer Mahaan vs. Beaux Keller
Mahaan easily picks up the win with the Cervical Clutch.
Winner: Veer Mahaan
We get a backstage interview with Bayley, Dakota Kai and Iyo Sky. Kai vows to win her match later tonight, and then to expect more winning when they get the Women’s Tag Team Titles.
United States Championship: Bobby Lashley (c) vs. AJ Styles
Bobby Lashley counters the Phenomenal Forearm into a Spear for the win and a successful title retain.
Winner: Bobby Lashley
Dakota Kai vs. Dana Brooke
Kai gets the win with a big boot to the face.
Winner: Dakota Kai
Theory vs. Dolph Ziggler
Theory is able to counter a Famouser from Ziggler into his finisher for the win.