WWE Monday Night RAW Results (10/23/23): Damian Priest vs. Jey Uso

WWE Monday Night RAW Results 10/23/23
American Airlines Center
Dallas, Texas

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Commentators: (Michael Cole & Wade Barrett)

Ring Announcer: Samantha Irvin

Transcription by Josh Lopez

The Judgment Day, Cody Rhodes and Jey Uso Segment 

Finn Balor: Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Monday Night Raw. Oh, man, I’m feeling good tonight. I’m feeling so good, Damian, I’m going to do something special. Can I do it? All-Rise for The Judgment Day. And All-Rise for the new, and two-time, Undisputed Tag Team Champions of the world.

Damian Priest: Not bad, dog. Not bad at all. You know, before everyone starts assuming like where’s the rest of The Judgment Day? The crew is in our clubhouse handling Judgment Day business, because we have a hell of a night planned for you guys tonight. But we still had to come out here and celebrate because we’re back to dripping with gold, we’re back to being on top and The Judgment Day is back to running all of WWE.

Cody Rhodes: How does that feel guys, to get interrupted? If I may, I do have some choice words for the leader of The Judgment Day. But I can see that Rhea Ripley is not out here. Oh, I know, right? I know what you’re going to say. There is no leader in The Judgment Day, but it can’t just be little Dom Dom. I would say that Rhea is your Mami, too. Hey, hear me out, face it, she’s pulling all the strings, calling all the shots. She’s cutting all the deals, including one with The Bloodline. But if I may, I would like to speak to you specifically, Damian Priest. I believe last week you were the one that gave me a low blow. Let me make it clear, if you thought that was the final shot in this fight, you are wrong.

Damian Priest: It’s kind of convenient that you forgot to mention that I put you through that announce table, too.

Finn Balor: Oh, yeah, that looked like it hurt.

Damian Priest: But I’m glad that you came out here and found me though. Because honestly, at some point, I would’ve come and found you. I’m glad that you mentioned The Bloodline. There’s a lot of talk about this story of yours, like, I don’t even know what it is. There are people that are involved in your story that sent Jimmy Uso here last week and how did that work out for you? There are people involved in your story that are standing in this ring with you right now. At this point, your story it’s got to be that you failed.

Cody Rhodes: I don’t know, why don’t we put that theory to the test, right now?

Damian Priest: Cody, are we going to pretend that you don’t know that I have a match with Jey tonight. But I do like this idea. We do have a big event coming up. So maybe it’s Cody Rhodes versus Damian Priest at Crown Jewel?

Cody Rhodes: I accept. But what do we do now? You’re standing there, I’m standing here, why don’t we give the people a preview of Crown Jewel, right now?

Damian Priest: I like that idea.

The Judgment Day gangs up on Rhodes. Jey Uso attacks Dominik Mysterio from behind. Rhodes tees off on Priest. Rhodes clotheslines Priest over the top rope. Rhodes repeatedly slams Priest’ head on the announce table. JD McDonagh delivers a chop block. Priest drives Rhodes knee first into the steel ring steps. Priest and McDonagh double teams Rhodes. McDonagh wraps a steel chair around the left leg of Rhodes. Priest delivers a vicious chair to that very same leg. Jey helps Rhodes to the trainer’s room.

First Match: The New Day vs. The Alpha Academy w/Maxxine Dupri & Akira Tozawa

Xavier Woods and Chad Gable will start things off. Chain grappling exchange. Gable with a waist lock takedown. Gable sends Woods to the corner. Woods kicks Gable in the face. Woods drops Gable with The Honor Roll for a two count. Woods applies a front face lock. Woods tags in Kofi. Following a snap mare takeover, Kofi with The PK. Woods with a Sliding Lariat. Kofi follows that with a Springboard Splash. Woods with a Fist Drop. Kofi with a Standing Frog Splash for a two count. Gable reverses out of the irish whip from Kofi. Gable goes for a Monkey Flip, but Kofi lands back on his feet. Kofi holds onto the turnbuckles. Kofi goes for a Flying Sledge, but Gable counters with The Ankle Lock. Kofi drops down on the canvas. Kofi leapfrogs over Gable. Gable catches Kofi in mid-air. Gable goes for a Belly to Back Suplex, but Kofi lands back on his feet. Gable dodges The Trouble In Paradise. Gable with a Running Crossbody Block to the outside.

Woods blocks The German Suplex. Gable ducks a clothesline from Woods. Otis delivers The Pounce. Otis with a Back Body Drop on the floor. Alpha Academy has complete control of the match during the commercial break. Woods and Gable are tagged in. Woods clotheslines Gable. Woods with a Leg Lariat. Gable reverses out of the irish whip from Woods. Woods ducks under two clotheslines from Gable. Woods slides under Gable’s legs. Woods with The Rolling Elbow. Gable catches Woods in mid-air. Woods blocks another German Suplex attempt from Gable. Gable with a double throat thrust. Gable whips Woods across the ring. Woods with a Side Russian Leg Sweep. Woods with a Senton Splash. Gable rolls Woods over for a two count. Woods with a Modified Powerslam for a two count. Woods goes for The Honor Roll, but Gable counters with Three German Suplex’s for a two count. Gable tags in Otis.

Otis puts Woods on his shoulders. Alpha Academy hits The Doomsday Bulldog for a two count. Otis levels Kofi with The Body Avalanche. Otis plays to the crowd. Otis delivers The Caterpillar. Woods SuperKicks Otis. Otis HeadButts Woods. Woods sends Otis shoulder first into the steel ring post. Gable made the blind tag. Woods mocks Otis. Woods goes for The Reverse Caterpillar, but Gable counters with The Ankle Lock. Woods rolls Gable over for a two count. Otis tags himself in. Woods sends Gable tumbling to the floor. Otis goes for a Powerslam, but Woods lands back on his feet. Woods thrust kicks the midsection of Otis. Woods kicks Otis in the chest. Kofi tags himself in. Kofi with a Flying Double Axe Handle Strike. Double SuperKick. Kofi tags in Woods. Kofi connects with The Trouble In Paradise. Kofi lands The Somersault Plancha. Woods plants Otis with The Limit Break to pickup the victory.

Winner: The New Day via Pinfall 

– Jackie Redmond had a backstage interview with Becky Lynch. Jackie points out that Becky is the definition of a fighting champion. Not only is she defending her title tonight, but she’ll also put the NXT Women’s Championship on the line against Lyra Valkyria on NXT Halloween Havoc. Why is Becky putting herself in position to defend her title on back-to-back nights? Becky says that The Man has come around to Dallas. She’s looking for a fight. Indi Hartwell never lost the title, but she never got a rematch either. This title is about the competitors who want to show the world what they got. If Becky has to defend that title every day of the week, then so be it. Becky knows that Lyra will be here tonight, but she has to stay focus on Indi. Indi wanted this opportunity, well, welcome to the big time.

– Ivar Vignette.

– Seth Rollins runs into Rhea Ripley. Rollins says that Rhea is in the wrong place if she’s looking for Drew McIntyre. Rhea knows that there’s been history between Rollins and her crew, but it was built on respect on their end. They just wanted to take the title off of Rollins. Rhea says that Rollins may need some assurance at the rate he’s going at. He needs The Judgment Day. Did Rhea lose faith in Damian Priest? That’s why she’s making deals with The Bloodline, flirting with Drew McIntyre, now she’s talking to the world champion. Rollins wants nothing to do with Rhea. Rhea says that Rollins needs her because, right now, he’s just a champion, but he can be THE champion. Alliances can change, and if Rollins would join The Judgment Day, maybe Damian Priest would cash in his Money In The Bank Contract on someone else. Without The Judgment Day, Rhea doesn’t know how Rollins will have a title reign like Roman Reigns. Judgment Day can have Rollins’ back and they can make people acknowledge him. Rollins wants to make one thing perfectly clear; he doesn’t want to be anything like Roman Reigns. Rhea tells Rollins to think about it.

Second Match: Becky Lynch (c) vs. Indi Hartwell w/Candice LeRae For The WWE NXT Women’s Championship

Lyra Valkyria is watching this match in the front row. Becky dodges The Big Boot. Hartwell blocks The Manhandle Slam. Hartwell rolls Becky over for a one count. Hartwell clotheslines Becky. Becky regroups on the outside. Becky glances over at Valkyria. Becky kicks Hartwell in the chest. Becky with a Roundhouse Kick. Becky dives over Hartwell. Hartwell with two uppercuts. Becky with the backslide cover for a two count. Hartwell drives her knee into the midsection of Becky. Hartwell whips Becky across the ring. Hartwell blocks The Dis-Arm-Her. Hartwell with The Snake Eyes. Hartwell with a Side Walk Slam for a two count. Hartwell applies the cravate. Becky ducks a clothesline from Hartwell. Becky with a Running Leg Lariat. Hartwell avoids The Baseball Slide Dropkick. Hartwell whips Becky into the ringside barricade. Becky regains control of the match during the commercial break.

Becky gets Hartwell tied up in the ropes. Becky delivers her combination offense. Hartwell uppercuts Becky. Hartwell drops Becky with a Running Boot. Hartwell with a Flying Elbow Drop for a two count. Hartwell goes for a Vertical Suplex, but Becky rolls her over for a two count. Hartwell avoids The Dis-Arm-Her. Becky with The Reverse DDT for a two count. Standing Switch Exchange. Hartwell with The Big Boot for a two count. Hartwell ascends to the top turnbuckle. Becky with a running forearm. Becky with clubbing blows to Hartwell’s beck. Becky follows that with The SuperPlex. Becky applies The Cross-Arm-Breaker. Becky transitions into a Triangle Choke. Hartwell PowerBombs Becky for a two count. Hartwell hits The SpineBuster for a two count. Rollup Exchange. Becky dodges The Big Boot. Becky makes Hartwell tap out to The Dis-Arm-Her.

Winner: Still WWE NXT Women’s Champion, Becky Lynch via Submission

– Xia Li attacks Candice LeRae in the locker room.

– Nick Aldis shows up in Adam Pearce’s office. Aldis says that they got off on the wrong foot last Friday night and takes full responsibility for what happened. He was just trying to showcase his authority on SmackDown. He wants to have healthy competition between both brands, but not at the expense of their professional relationship. Pearce knows what it’s like to be the new guy. Be as that may, it’s water under the bridge. Pearce tells Aldis to stick around and see how things are done on the flagship show.

– Bronson Reed wants Ludwig Kaiser to tell Gunther that he’s ready for round two. Kaiser says that Bronson should tell Gunther that himself. Akira Tozawa joins the conversation and challenges Reed to a match by chopping him.

Rhea Ripley, Nia Jax, Shayna Baszler, Raquel Rodriguez and Zoey Stark Crown Jewel Contract Signing 

Adam Pearce: So, as you may know, Rhea has been the cause for all the chaos going on, so I’m going to get her signature later on tonight. But if you want Rhea, you can sign the contract right now and get her at Crown Jewel.

– All the challengers have signed the contract. Rhea Ripley finally makes her way down to the ring.

Rhea Ripley: Adam, I’m not sorry that I didn’t come out here prematurely. I got something I need to get off my chest. Yes, you can chant my name. I got to get something off my chest, starting with you, Adam. I could beat every single woman in this ring individually, but this match is a conspiracy. You did this to set me up. And look, the more you try to control me, the more I’m going to make your life a living hell. You’re smart though making this a Fatal Five Way Match at Crown Jewel. I see what you’re doing. But the only thing that is actually going to happen is you’re going to have four less women left in my division by the end of the night. Because none of these women are going to take this championship from me, whether you like it or not. Because at the end of the day, I’m going to prove that I am the most dominant woman in all of WWE. You know why, Adam? Because my name is always on top.

Nia Jax: Oh, you’re good. You are good. You see what she’s doing here? You’re not going to step into this ring? You’re smart, I see what you’re doing. You want me to squash all of them, for you, which still leaves you with me.  But this is smart, I love the way you’re using your head. Shayna, you’re smart, you get it. She wants me to squash you for her, right? I love this. Raquel, I mean, you’re from Texas, so let me break it down for you. She wants me to squash you.

Rodriguez, Baszler and Stark starts ganging up on Jax. All hell starts breaking loose as Rhea watches on from the outside. Jax gets into a pull apart brawl with Rodriguez. The security team were completely useless. Jax hits The Samoan Drop and stares at Ripley to close the segment.

Third Match: Johnny Gargano vs. Giovanni Vinci w/Ludwig Kaiser

Vinci catches Gargano in mid-air. Vinci drives Gargano back first into the turnbuckles. Vinci with clubbing shoulder blocks. Vinci with two overhand chops. Vinci uppercuts Gargano. Gargano fires back with forearm shivers. Gargano ducks a clothesline from Vinci. Vinci with a Tilt-A-Whirl BackBreaker. Vinci with a forearm shiver across the back of Gargano. Vinci with Two BackBreakers. Vinci with a Fallaway Slam. Vinci blocks The Apron Enzuigiri. Vinci kicks Gargano in the face. Gargano with The Slingshot Spear.

Uppercut/Forearm Exchange. Gargano with three short-arm lariats. Gargano gets distracted by Kaiser. Vinci attacks Gargano from behind. Vinci goes for a PowerBomb, but Gargano lands back on his feet. Gargano SuperKicks Vinci. The referee gets distracted by Kaiser. Tommaso Ciampa pulls Kaiser off the apron. Ciampa drives Kaiser face first into the steel ring post. Ciampa launches Kaiser into the timekeeper’s area. Kaiser runs towards the backstage area. Gargano with an Apron Enzuigiri. Gargano connects with The One Final Beat to pickup the victory.

Winner: Johnny Gargano via Pinfall 

Shinsuke Nakamura Promo 

A brutal beating from Shinsuke Nakamura is a beautiful thing. I am so happy to give Ricochet this experience. His efforts were an honorable sacrifice. But now, I want to find an opponent who will inspire the yet-to-be-seen self within me. Release the expression still trapped in my dreams. Who is worthy enough to set me free?

Logan Paul, Dominik Mysterio, Ricochet and Samantha Irvin Segment 

Logan Paul: Dallas, Texas. Wow, so much love. Listen, did you know what I just found out? That fool that I beat in my boxing fight last weekend, embarrassed him so badly that he got dropped by his fight league. Dropped, so that not only means that I made him lose the fight, but I also made him lose his job. Unemployed. Unhappy. Unfulfilled. Sucks to be that guy. But Dallas, I guess because he’s a free agent now, I may be being a bit harsh on him because, technically, I’m a free agent, too. So, all of you little Logan Paul haters back at home watching this, quickly, go run to your keyboards, because when I beat Rey Mysterio at Crown Jewel and become the United States Champion, I’m going to give you something to talk about. And once I am champion, I might have to come back to Raw and defend it. Hey, shut your mouths. Show “Dirty Dom” some respect.

Dominik Mysterio: Logan, the champion to future champion, I can’t wait for you to beat my dead-beat dad.

Logan Paul: I appreciate that, Dom. But, you know, your dad was right about us. You and I, we have amazing natural ability, dripping with passion. But Rey left out one thing we had to overcome. Dominik, this man right here had to grow up with a dead-beat dad and still somehow manage to become the champion of an entire continent. Me, a kid from Ohio, overcame the odds, followed my passions, blazed his own trail, changed the landscape of sport and entertainment. So, truthfully, the only person here who needs to humble himself is Dominik’s father, Rey.

Dominik Mysterio: After Crown Jewel, you’ll be a champion and I will be the only Mysterio with a title.

Logan Paul: That’s absolutely right, Dom. I can see it so vividly. Logan Paul, WWE’s United States Champion. Oh my gosh, I cannot wait for that ring announcement. Which reminds me, actually, since I’m back on Monday Night Raw, that means my favorite ring announcer is here. Samantha Irvin. Samantha, how are you doing? Sam, listen, would you do me the honor of joining me in this ring? Come on, Sam. I’m being serious right now. It’s been a while since I’ve last seen you. Samantha, I owe you a genuine, heartfelt thank you. I’m serious, thank you, Samantha. You deserve to get your flowers, right here in this ring and to be recognized for everything you do for this entire organization. We agree, don’t we?

Give it up for Samantha. Samantha Irvin, ladies and gentlemen. Superstar. Voice Of WWE. Nobody is doing it like her. Hi, Samantha, thank you. Listen, I just wanted to say I know it was hard for you, and I made it hard for you having to announce me as the winner at SummerSlam when I beat your finance, Ricochet, which I did. But Samantha, you kept it professional, and you did such an excellent job. And I guess since we’re all here, would you do the people in Dallas a favor, and give us a little preview of what’s going to happen at Crown Jewel and announce me as the new United States Champion, right now? You got it.

Ricochet tackles Logan Paul. Ricochet tees off on Dominik. Ricochet with a Baseball Slide Dropkick. Ricochet ducks a clothesline from Dominik. Ricochet with a Running Pump Knee Strike. Ricochet goes for The Shooting Star Press, but Paul pulls Mysterio out of the ring.

Fourth Match: Chelsea Green & Piper Niven vs. Natalya & Nikki Cross 

Chelsea Green and Natalya will start things off. Natalya applies a side headlock. Green sends Natalya to the corner. Natalya dives over Green. Green drops down on the canvas. Green reverses out of the irish whip from Natalya. Natalya ducks a clothesline from Green. Rollup Exchange. Green applies a front face lock. Natalya with an inside cradle for a two count. Green reverses out of another irish whip from Natalya. Natalya decks Green with a back elbow smash. Cross is in a deep trance. Niven runs interference. Green punches Natalya in the back. Green nails Natalya with The Pump Kick. Green tags in Niven. Niven slams Natalya’s head on the top turnbuckle pad. Niven toys around with Natalya. Niven drops her weight on Natalya’s back.

Niven applies The Cobra Clutch. Green tags herself in. Niven with a short-arm clothesline. Green hooks the outside leg for a two count. Green applies a rear chin lock. Cross walks out on Natalya. Natalya with a Release German Suplex. Natalya drives Green face first into the top turnbuckle pad. Natalya with a Slingshot Atomic Drop. Natalya runs over Green’s back. Natalya with a running basement dropkick. Natalya knocks Niven off the ring apron. Natalya hits The Discus Lariat for a two count. Standing Switch Exchange. Natalya blocks The Unprettier. Niven tags herself in. Natalya goes for The Sharpshooter, but Green gets in the way. Green with The Unprettier. Niven connects with a Running Crossbody Splash to pickup the victory.

Winner: Chelsea Green & Piper Niven via Pinfall 

– The Miz complains to Adam Pearce about his lack of opportunities as of late. Miz gets interrupted by Rhea Ripley who hands Pearce the signed contract for the Fatal Five Way Match at Crown Jewel.

– Drew McIntyre tells Jey Uso that he’s responsible for whatever happens to Sami Zayn during their match tonight.

Fifth Match: Drew McIntyre vs. Sami Zayn

Collar and Elbow Tie Up. McIntyre backs Zayn into the turnbuckles. The referee calls for a clean break. McIntyre pats Zayn on the chest. Zayn returns the favor. Strong lockup. Stalemate in the corner. Another shoving contest. Zayn drop steps into a side headlock. McIntyre whips Zayn across the ring. Zayn runs into McIntyre. Shoulder Block Exchange. Zayn slaps McIntyre in the chest. McIntyre drops Zayn with a shoulder tackle. McIntyre slams Zayn’s head on the top turnbuckle pad. McIntyre unloads three knife edge chops. Zayn pulls McIntyre out of the ring. Zayn with a straight right hand. Zayn slams McIntyre’s head on the ring apron. Zayn with a MoonSault off the ringside barricade. Zayn is fired up. Zayn rolls McIntyre back into the ring. Zayn ducks under two clotheslines from McIntyre. McIntyre catches Zayn in mid-air. McIntyre with a Vertical Suplex.

Chop/Short-Arm Lariat Exchange. Zayn dives over McIntyre. Zayn clotheslines McIntyre. Zayn is lighting up McIntyre’s chest. Zayn with forearm shivers. McIntyre reverses out of the irish whip from Zayn. Zayn launches McIntyre over the top rope. Zayn kicks McIntyre in the face. McIntyre catches Zayn in mid-air. McIntyre flings Zayn over the announce table. McIntyre has complete control of the match during the commercial break. McIntyre stomps on Zayn’s chest. McIntyre goes for a Deadlift Suplex, but Zayn lands back on his feet. McIntyre with a blistering chop. McIntyre goes for another Suplex, but Zayn lands back on his feet. Zayn sends McIntyre shoulder first into the steel ring post. Zayn kicks McIntyre in the gut. Zayn with a Vertical Suplex. Zayn clotheslines McIntyre over the top rope. Zayn lands The Somersault Plancha.

Zayn rolls McIntyre back into the ring. Zayn ascends to the top turnbuckle. McIntyre is throwing haymakers at Zayn. McIntyre goes for The Avalanche White Noise, but Zayn counters with a Sunset Flip PowerBomb for a two count. Zayn with clubbing blows to McIntyre’s back. McIntyre blocks The Blue Thunder Bomb. McIntyre HeadButts Zayn. McIntyre goes for The Claymore, but Zayn counters with a Big Boot. Zayn hits The Blue Thunder Bomb for a two count. McIntyre chops Zayn. McIntyre blocks The Exploder Suplex. McIntyre with Two Overhead Belly to Belly Suplex’s. McIntyre ducks a clothesline from Zayn. McIntyre with a NeckBreaker. McIntyre pops back on his feet. McIntyre gets distracted by Rhea Ripley. Zayn with The Small Package for a two count. Zayn with The Exploder Suplex into the turnbuckles. Zayn prepares for The Helluva Kick. Ripley jumps on the apron to distract Zayn. McIntyre connects with The Claymore to pickup the victory.

Winner: Drew McIntyre via Pinfall 

– Adam Pearce interrupted a conversation Nick Aldis was having with Kayden Carter & Katana Chance. Pearce says that he appreciates Aldis coming over and trying to smooth things over, but he wanted him to watch the show and learn something, not interact with the other superstars. Aldis can tell that Pearce is having a rough night, so he’s going to take off. Pearce says that he needs a drink.

Sixth Match: Bronson Reed vs. Akira Tozawa w/Maxxine Dupri 

Tozawa chops Reed in the chest after the bell rings. Tozawa ducks a clothesline from Reed. Tozawa unloads a flurry of strikes. Reed launches Tozawa to the corner. Tozawa side steps Reed into the turnbuckles. Tozawa with rapid fire bodyshots. Reed drops Tozawa with a Leaping Body Block. Reed with a Leaping Elbow Drop. Reed with a knife edge chop. Reed whips Tozawa into the turnbuckles. Reed levels Tozawa with The Body Avalanche. Reed flings Tozawa across the ring.

Reed with a Military Press Slam. Reed goes for a Running Senton Splash, but Tozawa ducks out of the way. Tozawa delivers his combination offense. Tozawa crawls under Reed’s legs. Tozawa with a Spinning Enzuigiri. Reed blocks The German Suplex. Reed goes for a Pop Up PowerBomb, but Tozawa counters with a Hurricanrana into the top rope. Reed catches Tozawa in mid-air. Reed hits The Death Valley Driver. Reed with a Running Senton Splash. Reed connects with The Tsunami to pickup the victory.

Winner: Bronson Reed via Pinfall 

– Chad Gable offers Aira Tozawa some encouragement by handing him one of the Dallas Cowboys themed WWE/NFL Replica Title Belts.

– Next week on Monday Night Raw, DIY will battle Imperium. Seth Rollins will collide with JD McDonagh. Ricochet takes on Dominik Mysterio. Plus, Xia Li vs. Candice LeRae.

– Seth Rollins congratulates Drew McIntyre on his victory over Sami Zayn and his first victory as a member of The Judgment Day. McIntyre says that Rollins is so paranoid. McIntyre saw Rollins talking to Rhea Ripley earlier in the night and he didn’t say no to her offer. Rollins doesn’t need The Judgment Day, not now, not ever. Rollins says may the best man win at Crown Jewel. McIntyre responds by saying he will.

Seventh Match: Damian Priest vs. Jey Uso

Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Priest launches Jey to the corner. Jey ducks a clothesline from Priest. Jey with repeated bodyshots. Jey with a right hand. Priest reverses out of the irish whip from Jey. Priest with a leaping back elbow smash. Priest rocks Jey with a forearm smash. Priest mocks Jey. Priest with a Mid-Kick. Priest HeadButts Jey. Priest with another forearm. Priest sends Jey to the corner. Jey sends Priest face first into the top of the steel ring post. Jey dropkicks Priest. Jey clotheslines Priest over the top rope. Jey lands The Suicide Dive. Priest regains control of the match during the commercial break. Priest applies a rear chin lock. Priest drives his knee into the midsection of Jey. Priest with another leaping back elbow smash. Priest drops Jey with The Broken Arrow for a two count. Forearm Exchange. Jey is throwing haymakers at Priest. Priest launches Jey over the top rope.

Jey dodges The Big Boot. Jey with an Apron Enzuigiri. Jey with a Flying Crossbody Block for a two count. Priest blocks The Samoan Drop. Priest with The Rolling Elbow. Priest with an Inside Out Lariat for a two count. Jey blocks The South Of Heaven Chokeslam. Jey thrust kicks the midsection of Priest. Jey with a drop down uppercut. Jey ducks a clothesline from Priest. Jey hits The Samoan Drop for a two count. Priest catches Jey in mid-air. Priest with a Flatliner into the announce table. Priest rolls Jey back into the ring. Priest blocks The SuperKick. Priest with The Bell Clap. Enzuigiri Exchange. Priest with a Lifting Flatliner for a two count. Priest goes for The Razor’s Edge, but Jey lands back on his feet. Jey Spears Priest. Jey connects with The Uso Splash.

Jey goes into the cover, but the referee was distracted by Finn Balor Jey blasts Balor off the apron. Jey delivers another Suicide Dive. Jey and Priest are trading back and forth shots. Balor attacks Jey from the outside. Priest plants Jey with The South Of Heaven Chokeslam to pickup the victory. After the match, Balor transitions into a ground and pound attack. Balor nails Jey with The Coupe De Grace. Priest tells Balor to grab the steel chairs. Cody Rhodes punches Finn Balor. Rhodes limps down to the ring. Rhodes with a drop-down uppercut. Rhodes scores a chop block. Rhodes delivers multiple chair shots to Priest. Rhodes tees off on Priest. Rhodes wraps a chair around the right leg of Priest. Balor pulls Priest out of the ring. Rhodes stands tall in the ring with Jey Uso as the show goes off the air.

Winner: Damian Priest via Pinfall 

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Author: Josh Lopez