We begin with Seth Rolins. He talks about extracting Mysterio’s eye, and he says that he understood going into the match what the stipulation entailed. But what happened with him last night will stay with him forever and it’s difficult for him to get the visual out. But it’s our fault because we made him into what he is. He asks the audience if we regret what we’ve done to Seth and Mysterio. Mysterio asked for this stipulation and actions have consequences. What happened to Rey Mysterio was ugly and unfortunate, but we cannot afford to dwell in the past. Aliester Black comes out and he says he’s going to rectify everything.
Black brawls with Murphy. The two brawl before Black kicks him around and sends Murphy over the announce desk.
Seth Rollins vs. Aliester Black
Rollins wins by manipulating Black’s arm and finishing him off with the Curb Stomp.
Winner: Seth Rollins
After the match, Murphy and Rollins jump Black and Rollins slams Black’s arm on the ring post and slams it on the mat. Rollins then continuously slams it on the announcer’s table. He finishes it off with a Curb Stomp on the arm with the announce table covering on top.
MVP and Bobby Lashley are backstage and Ron Simmons is backstage, telling MVP there’s a better way to win the title. R-Truth then comes by with a frying pan, saying there’s no telling with them. Lashley and MVP talk to Truth and ask if the new 24/7 Champion wants to join them. Truth sounds confused. A referee arrives and Shelton Benjamin boots him from behind and wins the title. Benjamin, MVP and Lashley head to the ring.
MVP recaps last night and called his victory a foregone conclusion, and he doesn’t make excuses, he makes history. MVP, Shelton and Bobby are going to celebrate after they take care of Ricochet and Cedric Alexander. Alexander and Ricochet come out and call MVP a coward and a chump. And the two will become champions without MVP’s help. MVP calls Ricochet and Alexander kids who belong in catering. He then challenges them to pick any two of them for a tag match, but Ricochet says there is no need because they have another returning man to make it an even six man tag, and it’s the returning Mustafa Ali.
MVP, Bobby Lashley and Shelton Benjamin vs. Ricochet, Cedric Alexander and Mustafa Ali
Ali dodges a Player’s Boot by MVP and turns it into a jumping neckbreaker. He finishes MVP off with the 450 Splash.
Winners: Ricochet, Cedric Alexander and Mustafa Ali
Orton’s backstage and he asks if we think about the moments back in time that changed someone’s life. Orton does, but it’s not joining Evolution, being the youngest World Heavyweight Champion ever or his match with Mick Foley. The moment he’s referring to is when he delivered a con-chair-to to Edge 175 days ago. People like Edge, Christian and Big Show once helped save Orton from himself and it baffles him that he could bring so much pain to people he cared about but it brought him satisfaction. And Big Show will be another name on the list tonight.
Ron Simmons gives The Viking Raiders a pep talk backstage.
Christian is interviewed from his home and he’s asked how he’s been since his battle with Orton. Christian said he knew what he was getting into, but he didn’t expect getting betrayed by Ric Flair, and he’s never looking at either man the same. He also says he’s not sure he’ll ever be the same. He’s then asked about the danger Big Show might be in. Christian says he doesn’t have a good feeling about what will happen to him. But Big Show’s ready for Orton’s traps, and he can’t wait to see him knock out Orton.
Bianca Belair is backstage and just wanted to put The IIconics in her place and remind everyone who the EST of WWE is before Peyton Royce arrives. Peyton also calls Bianca the dumbest in WWE. Ruby Riott joins Bianca and reminds her they lost last week. Peyton reminds Ruby that she’s beaten her before, and she should quit to save the embarrassment. And then she tells Bianca to be careful before she ends up like Liv Morgan.
Ruby Riott vs. Peyton Royce
Ruby wins with the Riot Kick.
Winner: Ruby Riott
Garza and Andrade are interviewed about the tension they have with each other. Zelina tells Charly that both of them have been on the same page. Andrade says they will soon be the RAW Tag Team Chapions, and Garza says they’ve been waiting for that match for the while and he’s been waiting for a while. The Street Profits attack them during the interview.
The Street Profits vs. Andrade and Angel Garza
The Street Profits win when Montez Ford hits a Frog Splash on Garza.
Winners: The Street Profits
Garza and Andrade are arguing and Zelina gives them a pep talk. Garza says they have a solution and Zelina tells them to fix it.
Bayley and Sasha Banks are out, and Bayley declares Sasha as the new RAW Women’s Champion. Sasha says we have low-def television or we have a short memory because Sasha fought for the title while Asuka was handed the title. Sasha then says Bayley simply borrowed the referee’s shirt and take command of the situation because she’s a role model. Sasha calls all of us salty and mad because they have all the gold. Asuka comes out and says that’s her title and Sasha tells her to come and get it. Asuka and Kairi Sane approach the ring before Stephanie McMahon appears on the titantron.
She congratulates Sasha and Bayley for being the tag team champions and Bayley for being SmackDown Women’s Champion. However, she says the RAW Women’s Title match at Extreme Rules was indeed a horror show. She states that since Bayley’s count wasn’t official, Sasha and Asuka will have a rematch next week on RAW to determine the rightful RAW Women’s Champion. And Sasha can lose via pinfall, submission, countout, DQ, or if a certain role model interferes.
Bayley vs. Kairi Sane
Sane reverses a Bayley to Belly into a cover for the win.
Winner: Kairi Sane
Drew McIntyre is asked about his condition after his match with Dolph Ziggler. He says he feels like he fell down several flights of steps, but since he’s WWE Champion, he’s not feeling all bad. But now he’ll address his future.
Drew comes out and says Dolph almost had him last night, but almost doing things is the story of Dolph’s career. He now looks forward to Summerslam and looks for a worthy opponent. Ziggler comes out and says he saw fear in Drew’s eyes because he knew that he had what it took, but Drew feels bad for him and feels like leaving to save him the embarrassment. Before he leaves, he tells him no and headbutts him. Dolph tells him not to walk away. Dolph tells Drew to give him the match he deserves and Drew can name any stipulation. Drew accepts. Dolph asks what it is, and Drew says he doesn’t know and he’ll do exactly what Dolph does and it’ll be right before the bell rings.