WWE Raw Results (9/2/19): Bayley Turns On Becky Lynch

WWE Raw
September 2, 2019
Royals Farms Arena
Baltimore, Maryland

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Transcription by Josh Lopez

WWE Clash Of Champions 2019 Match Card 

– The Finals Of The 2019 WWE King Of The Ring Tournament

– Drew Gulak (c) vs. Humberto Carrillo For The WWE Cruiserweight Championship

– Shinsuke Nakamura (c) w/Sami Zayn vs. The Miz For The WWE Intercontinental Championship

– The New Day (c) vs. The Revival For The WWE SmackDown Live Tag Team Championship

– Bayley (c) vs. Charlotte Flair For The WWE SmackDown Live Women’s Championship

– Seth Rollins & Braun Strowman (c) vs. Robert Roode & Dolph Ziggler For The WWE Raw Tag Team Championship

– Kofi Kingston (c) vs. Randy Orton For The WWE Championship

– Becky Lynch (c) vs. Sasha Banks For The WWE Raw Women’s Championship

– Seth Rollins (c) vs. Braun Strowman For The WWE Universal Championship

Seth Rollins, Braun Strowman, The OC and Michael Cole In-Ring Segment 

Michael Cole is the official moderator for the Seth Rollins/Braun Strowman Clash Of Champions Contract Signing. How will Rollins and Strowman be able to function as a team? Rollins is no stranger to defending two titles in the same night and he’ll do it again. As for him and Braun, they have the ability to work together and beat Roode and Ziggler. However, Rollins is walking into Clash of Champions with one intention. That’s walking in double champ, burn it down and walk out as a double champ. That’s only Rollins opinion. He won’t speak for Strowman. Rollins is right, no one speaks for him. At Clash of Champions, they will tag together and defend those titles. Strowman can’t think about how awkward it’s going to be for Rollins when his tag team partner defeats him and becomes the new Universal Champion.

That would be terribly awkward. Strowman may be the monster among men, but Rollins did something Strowman couldn’t do and that’s slaying the beast. At Clash of Champions, to keep this title, Rollins is going to slay a monster. Rollins proceeds to sign the contract. Strowman gets interrupted by The OC who weren’t invited to this contract signing according to Cole. AJ Styles says that history will be made at Clash of Champions.  For the first time, we’re going to see the tag champs defend their titles and then face off for the Universal title.  That’s so cute and adorable. Why does Braun get an opportunity? Because he’s Rollins partner? Because he looked at the Universal Championship? Styles mocks Strowman. By proxy, the United States Champion should be the first in line for the Universal Championship. Who is Styles supposed to face at Clash of Champions?

He can keep walking around to see who wants to take a gander at his belt and then that will be his opponent because that’s how you get an opportunity in the WWE these days. It gets more ridiculous. No disrespect to Robert Roode and Dolph Ziggler, but why do they deserve an opportunity? They’re not even a real team. Now, The OC are a team. If The Good Brothers and Styles don’t get what they want, then no one is going to get what they want. Cole tells Styles that they’re to conduct business here. Cole shut up before Styles slaps your teeth down your throat. Styles rips the contract in half. Strowman throws the table at Styles. Pier six brawl ensues. Strowman clotheslines Gallows over the top rope. Strowman with a right hand to Anderson. Rollins SuperKicks Anderson. Rollins and Strowman clotheslines Anderson over the top rope to close the segment.

First Match: Seth Rollins & Braun Strowman vs. The OC w/AJ Styles 

Rollins and Anderson will start things off. Anderson applies a side headlock. Anderson drops Rollins with a shoulder tackle. Rollins drops down on the canvas. Rollins leapfrogs over Anderson. Rollins with two deep arm-drags. Rollins applies an arm-bar. Rollins with a wrist lock takedown. Rollins kicks Anderson in the back for a two count. Rollins unloads two knife edge chops. Anderson kicks the left shoulder of Rollins. Anderson tags in Gallows. Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Gallows shoves Rollins to the corner. Strowman tags himself in. Gallows talks smack to Strowman. Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Gallows backs Strowman into the turnbuckles. Gallows with clubbing bodyshots. Gallows kicks Strowman in the gut. Gallows ducks a clothesline from Strowman. Strowman drops Gallows with The Big Boot. Strowman tags in Rollins.

Strowman applies a wrist lock. Rollins with a Flying Double Axe Handle Strike. Rollins works on the left wrist of Gallows. Gallows breaks free with a haymaker. Gallows tags in Anderson. Rollins with a deep arm-drag takedown. Rollins applies an arm-bar. Rollins transitions into a wrist lock. Anderson hammers down on the back of Rollins neck. Rollins slams Anderson head on two turnbuckle pads. Rollins gets Anderson tied in the tree of woe. Rollins repeatedly stomps on Anderson’s chest. Rollins delivers The Shibata Dropkick for a two count. Anderson decks Rollins with a JawBreaker. Anderson tags in Gallows. Gallows with three haymakers. Gallows bounces Rollins head on the top turnbuckle pad. Rollins fires back with three knife edge chops. Gallows reverses out of the irish whip from Rollins. Rollins kicks Gallows in the face. Gallows punches Rollins in mid-air. Gallows drags Rollins to the corner. Gallows tags in Anderson.

The OC are cutting the ring in half. Anderson stomps on Rollins chest. Anderson applies an arm-bar. Anderson drives his knee into the midsection of Rollins. Anderson goes for a Vertical Suplex, but Rollins blocks it. Rollins is finger tips away from Strowman. Anderson makes the quick tag to Gallows. Gallows SuperKicks Rollins. Anderson dumps Rollins out of the ring. Styles clotheslines Rollins on the floor. Strowman in pursuit of Styles. The referee sends Strowman back to his corner. Gallows applies a rear chin lock. Rollins gets back to a vertical base. Rollins with shots to the midsection of Gallows. Gallows uppercuts Rollins. Rollins responds with a Discus Forearm Smash. Rollins avoids The High Head Kick from Gallows. Rollins rocks Gallows with The Step Up Enzuigiri. Gallows tags in Anderson.

Anderson goes for a Belly to Back Suplex, but Rollins lands back on his feet. Rollins kicks Anderson in the chest. Rollins ducks a clothesline from Anderson. Rollins tags in Strowman. Strowman with two shoulder tackles. Strowman launches Anderson to the corner. Strowman levels Anderson with The Body Avalanche. Strowman goes for The Running PowerSlam, but Gallows gets in the way. Gallows kicks Strowman in the gut. Strowman with a double shoulder tackle. Gallows sends Strowman shoulder first into the steel ring post. Rollins tags himself in. Rollins with a SpringBoard Knee Strike. Rollins SuperKicks Anderson. Rollins plays to the crowd. Rollins knocks Styles off the ring apron. Anderson attacks Rollins from behind. Rollins rolls Anderson over to pickup the victory.

After the match, Styles attacks Rollins from behind. Styles transitions into a ground and pound attack. Styles is throwing haymakers at Rollins. Styles with a knife edge chop. Rollins dumps Styles out of the ring. Rollins clotheslines Anderson over the top rope. Rollins lands The Suicide Dive. Strowman delivers Two Running Shoulder Blocks on the floor. Strowman inadvertently knocks Rollins down in the process. Strowman apologizes to Rollins. Roode and Ziggler joins the fray. It’s a five on one beatdown on Strowman. Roode and Zigger drills Strowman with the steel ring steps. Rollins tries to save Strowman. Ziggler SuperKicks Rollins. Roode follows that with The Glorious DDT. Strowman is displaying his fighting spirit. The OC plants Strowman with The Magic Killer. Styles connects with The Phenomenal Forearm.

Winner: Seth Rollins & Braun Strowman via Pinfall 

The OC & Cedric Alexander Backstage Segment 

Second Match: Robert Roode & Dolph Ziggler vs. Curt Hawkins & Zack Ryder 

Ziggler and Ryder will start things off. Ryder signals for the test of strength. Ziggler kicks Ryder in the gut. Ziggler rakes the eyes of Ryder. Ziggler applies a side headlock. Ziggler drops Ryder with a shoulder tackle. Ryder drops down on the canvas. Ziggler kicks Ryder in the chest. Ryder responds with a FlapJack. Ryder tags in Hawkins. STO/Side Russian Leg Sweep Combination for a two count. Ziggler kicks Hawkins in the gut. Ziggler with a straight right hand. Ziggler sends Hawkins across the ring. Hawkins dives over Ziggler. Hawkins with a Swinging NeckBreaker. Ziggler heads to the outside.

Hawkins rolls Ziggler back into the ring. Hawkins ducks a clothesline from Ziggler. Ziggler tags in Roode. Hawkins with a right hand to Ziggler. Roode kicks Hawkins in the chest. Roode throws Hawkins into the ringside barricade. Roode knocks Ryder off the ring apron. Roode with a corner spear. Roode dumps Hawkins ribs first on the top rope. Roode is choking Hawkins with his boot. Roode tags in Ziggler. Ziggler kicks Hawkins in the ribs. Ziggler toys around with Hawkins. Ziggler tells Hawkins to do something. Hawkins with a Step Up Enzuigiri. Hawkins tags in Ryder.

Ryder dumps Roode face first on the canvas. Ryder clotheslines Ziggler over the top rope. Ryder with a Flying Forearm Smash. Roode reverses out of the irish whip from Ryder. Ryder with a Leaping Double Knee Strike. Ryder delivers The Missile Dropkick. Ryder is fired up. Ryder goes for The Rough Ryder, but Roode blocks it. Ryder decks Roode with a back elbow smash. Ryder tags in Hawkins. Hawkins and Ryder hits their Flying BlockBuster/Samoan Drop Combination for a two count. Ziggler launches Ryder over the top rope. Ziggler SuperKicks Hawkins. Roode plants Hawkins with The Glorious DDT to pickup the victory.

Winner: Robert Roode & Dolph Ziggler via Pinfall 

Third Match: Lacey Evans vs. Natalya 

Natalya attacks Evans before the bell rings. Natalya tells Evans to bring it. Evans regroups on the outside. Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Natalya with a side headlock takeover. Evans answers with the headscissors escape. Natalya grapples around Evans. Natalya applies a front face lock. Evans transitions into a hammerlock. Natalya with a fireman’s carry takeover. Natalya applies an arm-bar. Natalya slaps Evans in the ribs. Natalya applies a wrist lock. Evans reverses the hold. Natalya applies a waist lock. Evans decks Natalya with a back elbow smash. Evans tugs on Natalya’s hair. Evans whips Natalya to the corner. Natalya side steps Evans into the turnbuckles.

Natalya hits The SlingShot Atomic Drop. Natalya runs over Evans back. Natalya with a basement dropkick for a two count. Evans rolls to the outside. Natalya throws Evans back into the ringside barricade. Natalya plays to the crowd. Evans ducks a clothesline from Natalya. Evans pulls Natalya down to the floor. Evans with the cover for a two count. Evans pulls Natalya down to the mat. Evans drop her knees on the injured shoulder of Natalya. Evans slaps Natalya in the back of the head. Evans talks smack to Natalya. Evans applies the cobra clutch. Evans whips Natalya back first across the turnbuckles.

Evans repeatedly stomps on Natalya’s chest. Evans with a Delayed Bronco Buster. Evans argues with the referee. Evans works on the injured shoulder of Natalya. Evans goes for The Double SpringBoard MoonSault, but Natalya ducks out of the way. Natalya with a back elbow smash. Natalya kicks Evans in the gut. Natalya slaps Evans in the face. Natalya with Two Clotheslines. Natalya hits The Discus Lariat for a two count. Natalya with a Snap Vertical Suplex. Natalya stomps on Evans chest. Evans negates The SharpShooter. Evans drives Natalya face first into the middle turnbuckle pad. Natalya tees off on Evans. Natalya gets distracted by Evans napkin. Evans connects with The Woman’s Right to pickup the victory.

Winner: Lacey Evans via Pinfall 

Becky Lynch & Sasha Banks Segment 

It’s good to be back in Baltimore. Where is Sasha Banks? Becky listen to all of Sasha’s little excuses about what she did after she ran away the night after WrestleMania and it was a load of crap. What happened to Sasha? She of all people have no reason to be whining. Sasha was the centerpiece of NXT, while Becky was the side kick. She was given main events on Raws and PPV while Becky had trouble getting on TV. This company actually gave Sasha a bouquet of flowers after her I Quit Match with Bayley. Becky was the afterthought while Charlotte and Sasha were paraded around like the frauds they are. She’s already showed The Flair’s why she’s The Man. It’s time to teach Sasha that same lesson. Becky calls Sasha a delusional little weirdo.

When Sasha left after WrestleMania, she left with nothing. Bayley has been doing fine without her. That’s gotta sting a little doesn’t it? It hurts Sasha that Becky is the face of the company. Just remember with all of your talent, Sasha should be the game changer. Sasha should be Becky. When Sasha was gone, Becky continue to call her out because she wanted to remind Sasha how badly she treated her in the past. Let’s do this face to face you blue haired freak. Sasha Banks joins the conversation. Sasha was supposed to be Becky? Sasha was supposed to main event WrestleMania and be on all of the magazine covers. Have all of the fame and money.

The only reason why Becky got all of that stuff was because Nia Jax broke her face. Sasha wished that Nia broke her face, so people would care about her. This is about business, just like when she attacked Becky with the chair. All the officials had to scrape Becky off the floor. Did that feel personal?  Sasha can make this personal. If you want to fight, we can fight right here in Baltimore. Becky doesn’t get it. Sasha isn’t going to do anything for free for these people. She will do it when she wants and she will do it for the paycheck. The next time she does it will be for that title at Clash of Champions. All Sasha had to do is ask. The match is on. After Clash of Champions, The Man will be the Boss’ Bitch.

Fourth Match: Baron Corbin vs. Cedric Alexander in a Quarter-Final Round Match In The 2019 WWE King Of The Ring Tournament 

Corbin smothers Alexander in the corner. Corbin signals for the test of strength. Alexander with a straight right hand. Alexander side steps the boot from Corbin. Alexander with a chop/haymaker combination. Corbin reverses out of the irish whip from Alexander. Alexander dives over Corbin. Corbin delivers The Wrap Around Lariat for a two count. Corbin argues with the referee. Corbin with a gut punch. Corbin with a forearm shot across the back of Alexander’s neck. Corbin gives himself a standing ovation. Alexander unloads two knife edge chops. Alexander slips over Corbin’s back. Alexander dropkicks Corbin. Alexander ducks a clothesline from Corbin. Alexander hits The Neuralyzer. Corbin heads to the outside. Alexander lands The Suicide Dive.

Alexander rolls Corbin back into the ring. Alexander with a SpringBoard Clothesline for a two count. Corbin with a straight right hand. Alexander kicks Corbin in the face. Corbin gets Alexander tied in the tree of woe. Corbin repeatedly drives Alexander head into the steel ring post. Corbin has control of the match during the commercial break. Corbin with clubbing elbow smashes. Corbin applies a half nelson chin lock. Alexander gets back to a vertical base. Alexander with shots to the midsection of Corbin. Corbin again forearms the back of Alexander’s neck. Corbin with a knee lift. Corbin drives Alexander shoulder first into the turnbuckles. Corbin is choking Alexander with his boot. Corbin with two haymakers. Alexander with a Step Up Enzuigiri.

That allows Alexander to regroup in the corner. Alexander drop toe holds Corbin into the middle turnbuckle pad. Alexander with a Corner Dropkick. Alexander goes for another Neuralyzer, but Corbin counters with The SpineBuster for a two count. Corbin is displaying his frustration. Corbin transitions into a ground and pound attack. Corbin attacks the injured shoulder of Alexander. Alexander kicks Corbin in the face. Alexander goes for The SlingShot FlatLiner, but Corbin counters with The Deep Six for a two count.

Alexander avoids The Wrap Around Lariat. Alexander repeatedly sends Corbin shoulder first into the steel ring post. Alexander brutally kicks the left shoulder of Corbin. Alexander lands The SomerSault Plancha. Alexander delivers The Missile Dropkick for a two count. Corbin negates The Lumbar Check. Corbin goes for The End Of Days, but Alexander rolls him over for a two count. Alexander hits The Michinoku Driver for a two count. Corbin launches Alexander over the top rope. Alexander nails Corbin with The Apron Enzuigiri. Corbin trips Alexander on the top rope. Corbin plants Alexander with The End Of Days to pickup the victory.

Winner: Baron Corbin via Pinfall 

Fifth Match: The Viking Raiders vs. Brian Thomas & Tyler Hastings 

Ivar and Hastings will start things off. Ivar drops Hastings with a shoulder tackle. Ivar knocks Thomas off the ring apron. Ivar drives Hastings back first into the turnbuckles. Ivar tags in Erik. Viking Raiders hits their SpringBoard Clothesline/High Angle German Suplex Combination. Thomas runs away from Ivar. Erik drives Thomas into the ringside barricade. Ivar flattens Thomas with a running crossbody block. Erik with a BackBreaker. Erik follows that with a Tilt-A-Whirl GutBuster. Erik PowerBombs Hastings into Thomas. Viking Raiders plants Hastings with The Viking Experience to pickup the victory.

Winner: The Viking Raiders via Pinfall 

Sixth Match: Samoa Joe vs. Ricochet in a Quarter-Final Round Match In The 2019 WWE King Of The Ring Tournament 

Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Joe applies a wrist lock. Joe HeadButts the left hand of Ricochet. Joe maintains wrist control. Ricochet grabs the left shoulder of Joe. Ricochet applies a hammerlock. Joe responds with an arm-bar. Chain grappling exchange continues. Ricochet applies an arm-bar. Joe grabs the top rope to force the break. Ricochet tells Joe to bring it. Test Of Strength. Joe repeatedly kicks the left hamstring of Ricochet. Joe scores the ankle pick. Joe applies The Knee Bar. Ricochet scrambles towards the bottom rope. Joe is mauling Ricochet in the corner. Joe drops Ricochet with a knife edge chop. Ricochet kicks Joe in the face. Ricochet is throwing forearms at Joe. Joe drives his knee into the midsection of Ricochet. Joe launches Ricochet to the corner. Ricochet side steps Joe into the turnbuckles. Ricochet with a shoulder block. Ricochet goes for The Sunset Flip, but Joe blocks it. Ricochet avoids a foot stomp from Joe. Ricochet sends Joe tumbling to the floor.

Ricochet lunges off the ring apron. Ricochet thrust kicks the midsection of Joe. Ricochet follows that with a MoonSault off the ringside barricade. Ricochet rolls Joe back into the ring. Ricochet with a chop/forearm combination. Ricochet goes for the irish whip, but Joe blocks it. Joe dumps Ricochet face first on the top rope. Joe with a SitOut Knee Breaker. Joe applies the single leg crab. Ricochet grabs the bottom rope to force the break. Joe with a knife edge chop. Joe HeadButts Ricochet. Ricochet slips over Joe’s back. Ricochet ducks a clothesline from Joe. Ricochet with a Tilt-A-Whirl HeadScissors TakeOver. Ricochet is fired up. Ricochet with a SpringBoard MoonSault off the second rope for a two count. Ricochet with a running chop. Joe reverses out of the irish whip from Ricochet. Ricochet starts favoring his left knee. Joe drills Ricochet with The Uranage Slam. Joe with an Exploder Suplex into the barricade for a two count.

Joe applies the cravate. Ricochet is trying to create separation. Joe with a Back Body Drop. Joe picks Ricochet apart during the commercial break. Joe goes back to the cravate. Joe eats a forearm from Ricochet. Ricochet with a Step Up Enzuigiri. Ricochet follows that with a Roll Through Dropkick. Ricochet with two forearm smashes. Ricochet with a Running Hurricanrana. Ricochet drives his shoulders into the midsection of Joe. Ricochet with a SpringBoard Clothesline. Ricochet with a Standing Shooting Star Press for a two count. Ricochet goes for The Phoenix Splash, but Joe ducks out of the way. Joe PowerSlams Ricochet for a two count. Ricochet with three sharp elbow strikes. Joe goes for The Uranage, but Ricochet rolls him over for a two count.

Joe with an Inverted Atomic Drop. Ricochet responds with The Tiger Wall Flip Kick. Ricochet nails Joe with a Modified Black Mass. Ricochet lands The Space Fly Tiger Drop. Ricochet ascends to the top turnbuckle. Joe chops Ricochet in the chest. Joe locks in The Coquina Clutch. Both men fall down to the mat. There’s a shred of controversy because for whatever reason the referee made the three count. The referee says that he’ll make a ruling soon. Ricochet and Joe are livid. Ricochet shoves Joe. Joe drops Ricochet with a forearm smash. Joe rolls Ricochet back into the ring. Ricochet ducks a clothesline from Joe. Ricochet with a Step Up Enzuigiri. Ricochet plants Joe with The Recoil.

Match Result: No-Contest 

Seth Rollins & Braun Strowman Backstage Segment 

New Episode Of The Firefly Fun House 

Baron Corbin, John Cone, and Corey Graves Backstage Segment 

Rey Mysterio Backstage Interview 

Seventh Match: The Miz vs. Cesaro 

Cesaro starts things off with a Running European Uppercut for a two count. Cesaro delivers another Running Uppercut on the outside. Cesaro dumps Miz face first on the ringside barricade. Cesaro rolls Miz back into the ring. Cesaro with a running clothesline for a two count. Cesaro argues with the referee. Cesaro with two forearm smashes. Cesaro talks smack to Miz. Miz hits his Back/NeckBreaker Combination. World Famous IT! Kicks. Miz goes for The RoundHouse Kick, but Cesaro ducks out of the way. Cesaro uppercuts Miz for a two count. Miz reverses out of the irish whip from Cesaro. Cesaro launches Miz to the ring apron. Miz with a southpaw haymaker. Cesaro responds with a leaping uppercut. Cesaro follows that with a DeadLift SuperPlex for a two count.

Cesaro applies a key lock. Miz kicks Cesaro in the chest. Miz is throwing haymakers at Cesaro. Miz kicks Cesaro in the face. Cesaro goes for a Belly to Back Suplex, but Miz lands back on his feet. Miz kicks the left knee of Cesaro. Miz hits The Implant DDT for a two count. Miz tees off on Cesaro. IT! Kicks in the corner. Miz with Two Running Meteora’s. Cesaro with a Pop Up European Uppercut for a two count. Cesaro goes for The Neutralizer, but Miz blocks it. Cesaro rolls Miz over for a two count. Miz negates The Cesaro Swing. Miz goes for The Figure Four Leg Lock, but Cesaro blocks it. Miz slides under Cesaro. Cesaro uses the middle rope for leverage. Miz with a rollup for a two count. Miz is raining down haymakers in the corner. Cesaro fires back with three uppercuts. Miz plants Cesaro with The Skull Crushing Finale to pickup the victory.

Winner: The Miz via Pinfall 

– The Undertaker will be on SmackDown Live next week from Madison Square Garden.

Eight Match: Becky Lynch & Bayley vs. Alexa Bliss & Nikki Cross 

Bayley and Cross will start things off. Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Bayley applies a wrist lock. Cross applies a sleeper hold. Bayley dumps Cross back first on the canvas. Bayley with a Snap Vertical Suplex for a one count. Cross HeadButts the midsection of Bayley. Bayley dumps Cross out of the ring. Bayley drills Cross with The Ring Post Dropkick. Becky with a Flying Forearm Smash off the ring apron. Sasha Banks graces us with her presence. Becky is ready to fight. Sasha will wait for Clash for Champions. Bayley is trying to calm down Becky. Bliss and Cross are cutting the ring in half during the commercial break. Bliss with a Snap Vertical Suplex for a two count. Bliss applies a rear chin lock. Bayley gets back to a vertical base. Bliss drives Bayley back first into the turnbuckles. Bliss tags in Cross. Bliss slams Bayley’s head on the right boot of Cross. Cross gets Bayley tied in the tree of woe.

Cross repeatedly stomps on Bayley’s chest. Cross once again headbutts the midsection. Bayley shoves Cross. Bayley dumps Cross face first on the top turnbuckle pad. Cross with a Running Crossbody Block. Cross rolls Bayley back into the ring. Cross tags in Bliss. Cross levels Bayley with a Body Avalanche. Bliss follows that with The Fake Out Slap. Bliss taunts Becky. Bliss with the cover for a two count. Bliss argues with the referee. Bliss tags in Cross. Following a snap mare takeover, Bayley crawls towards Becky. Cross drives her knee into the midsection of Bayley. Cross knocks Becky off the ring apron. Bliss and Cross are double teaming Bayley behind the referee’s back. Bayley decks Cross with a back elbow smash. Bayley with a forearm smash to Bliss. Bayley dumps Bliss out of the ring. Bayley hits The Middle Rope Stunner. Bliss stops Bayley in her tracks. Bliss applies a side headlock. Bliss kicks the left shoulder of Becky. Bayley rolls Bliss over for a two count. Bayley tags in Becky.

Becky kicks Cross off the apron. Becky with two clotheslines. Becky follows that with Muay Thai Knee Strikes. Becky delivers her combination offense. Becky drops Bliss with a shoulder tackle. Becky plays to the crowd. Becky with a back elbow smash. Becky with a Flying Leg Drop for a two count. Cross sends Becky to the apron. Becky kicks Cross in the chest. Becky with a Flying Forearm Smash. Becky with a SpringBoard Double Side Kick. Becky repeatedly stomps on Bliss chest. Sasha connects with The BackStabber which causes the disqualification. After the match, Sasha drives Becky shoulder first into the steel ring post. Sasha attacks Becky with the steel chair. Bayley gets in Sasha’s way. Bayley has an evil smirk on her face. Bayley delivers multiple chair shots to close the show. Symbolizing Bayley’s heel turn.

Winner: Becky Lynch & Bayley via Disqualification 

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Author: Josh Lopez