WWE RAW Results
July 24, 2017
“Then. Now. Forever.” The WWE video leads us into the show.
Highlights are shown from last week’s RAW. Roman Reigns faced Samoa Joe in the main event to determine who would go on to face Brock Lesnar at WWE SummerSlam for the WWE Universal Championship, but the match ended in a no contest due to interference from a returning Braun Strowman. Strowman decimated both men, leaving Lesnar’s SummerSlam opponent undecided.
Kurt Angle’s music hits, and the RAW General Manager comes out to a big pop. Angle smiles broadly while making his way to the ring. Angle welcomes everyone to the show before mentioning he had been dealing with a private matter for months that hurt his ability to run RAW. Last week, he revealed that the private matter was the son that he never thought he had, Jason Jordan. That gets a light reaction. Angle said he was nervous, but when he saw Jordan coming down the aisle, he knew it was the right move. All week he’s been trying to make up for lost time. Tonight, Jordan will have his first RAW match. He gave Jordan the opportunity; the rest is up to him.
Speaking of opportunities, he gave Samoa Joe and Roman Reigns an opportunity to see who would face Brock Lesnar for the Universal Title at SummerSlam. Braun Strowman had other plans. Angle thought about it a lot and decided that at SummerSlam, Brock Lesnar will be facing…
Braun Strowman’s music cuts him off, and he comes out looking quite irritated with Angle. Strowman says, “The next words out of your mouth better be ‘Braun Strowman’… or else!” Unlike Roman Reigns and Samoa Joe, he won his match at Great Balls of Fire. He does not fear Brock Lesnar. Brock Lesnar fears him. The crowd loudly cheers that. At SummerSlam, he’ll break Lesnar in half and become the next Universal Champion.
Samoa Joe’s music hits, and he makes his way to the ring. The crowd loudly chants, “Joe! Joe! Joe!” Joe says he’ll make it simple for the two of them. Fortunately for Strowman, they haven’t crossed paths much, so he’ll explain who he is. Joe says, “My name is Samoa Joe. I am the man that tamed the beast and I came within seconds of putting him to sleep at Great Balls of Fire.” Joe says he doesn’t fear Brock Lesnar or Strowman. Angle steps between them to keep order. The only reason he’s doing Strowman the courtesy of not kicking his teeth down his throat for what he did last week is real simple: all he accomplished was saving Roman Reigns from losing to him a third time straight. Joe tells Angle that it’s very simple. Braun and Roman have a lot to settle. At SummerSlam, Angle needs to give the beast to him.
Roman Reigns’ music hits, and he comes out to his usual negative reaction. Reigns says it’s funny to him that Joe comes out and talks about what he almost did. Joe hasn’t done anything around here. Strowman has been here for a hiccup and hasn’t done anything. In five years, he’s been a Tag Team Champion, he’s been the United States Champion, and is a three-time World Champion. He won the Royal Rumble in Philly, and it was loud that night. He’s been a part of five WrestleMania’s, three of which he main evented. At the last one, that’s where I retired The Undertaker. Reigns invites them to tell what they’ve done. Now that they know what he’s done, he’ll show the world what he’s about to do.
Angle holds him back and says they all make valid points. At SummerSlam, Brock Lesnar will be facing Samoa Joe and Roman Reigns and Braun Strowman in a Fatal Four-way Match for the WWE Universal Championship. Angle ends by saying, “Oh it’s true! It’s damn true.”
Angle leaves, but Joe stops him. Joe screams that they’re not done. Angle says they’re done when he says so. Joe says he’s the only man that’s gone one-on-one with Lesnar. Strowman says he doesn’t care what kind of match it will be. Reigns tells him to shut up and attacks, but Strowman quickly comes back. Joe and Reigns double-team him and knock him out of the ring. They attack him at ringside and dump him into the crowd. Referees run down to help, but Joe punches Reigns. They fight in the ring until Strowman comes in. Strowman clotheslines Joe and sends Reigns shoulder-first into the ring post. Angle calls security down, but Strowman makes quick work of them and murders one of them by throwing him over the top rope. The guy went over the top rope and took a flat back bump on the floor! Joe tries to lock the Coquina Clutch on Strowman. The rest of the lower RAW roster comes out to help. Reigns spears Strowman and Joe down before throwing some of the RAW members out of the ring. Strowman attacks him from behind and connects with a Powerslam. Joe is being held back outside the ring. Strowman stands tall in the ring.
Tonight, we’ll see a 2-on-3 Handicap Match with Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins take on The Miz and his entourage of Curtis Axel and Bo Dallas. Bayley will fight Sasha Banks to determine who will fight for the RAW Women’s Championship at SummerSlam. We’ll also see Enzo Amore fight Big Cass. Coming up next, we’ll see Finn Bálor take on Elias Samson in a No Disqualification Match.
Elias Samson is in the ring strumming his guitar and singing about Finn Bálor. Last week, Bálor learned to walk with him. Bálor’s music soon interrupts him.
No Disqualification Match
Elias Samson vs. Finn Bálor
The bell rings, and Bálor quickly attacks him before knocking him out of the ring. Bálor hits him with a baseball slide. Bálor has kinesio tape on his shoulder. Bálor attacks him outside the ring and throws him back in. Samson gets out of the ring, but Bálor attacks him from behind.
We come back from the break to see Bálor send Samson into the barricade before smashing his face off it a few times. Bálor puts him back in the ring and applies a headlock. Samson whips him off, misses a clothesline, but eventually connects with one. Samson clubs away at him and starts attacking the injured shoulder. Samson wraps it off the apron before putting him in the ring and applying an arm bar. Bálor comes back with a kick to the face before hitting the ropes, but Samson hits him with a left hand. Samson then drops a knee on the shoulder before taunting the crowd. Samson drags him to the ring post and slams the shoulder off it. Samson throws a timekeeper out of the way and grabs a steel chair. Bálor attacks him while he gets into the ring, and the chair falls to the floor. Bálor reverses a whip, so Samson tries to counter with a sunset flip. Bálor rolls through that and dropkicks him in the face. Samson quickly tackles him to the corner before hitting a snapmare and kicking the shoulder. Samson then reapplies an arm bar. Bálor fights out and boots him in the face before hitting a pair of running forearms and a dropkick. Bálor stomps away at him before getting out of the ring and grabbing a steel chair. Samson kicks him in the midsection before the chair is used on him. Samson then cracks it off his shoulder. Bálor rolls out of the ring in pain.
We come back from the break to see Samson try to take him down, but Bálor takes him down instead. Samson kicks him out of the ring and kicks him shoulder-first into the barricade. Samson gets him in the ring and connects with a nice shoulder-breaker for a near fall. During the commercial break, Samson whipped him hard into the corner. Samson picks up the steel chair and wedges it between the top and middle turnbuckles. Samson tries to send him into the chair, but Bálor reverses it. Samson hits the chair headfirst. Bálor chops and forearms him before hitting an overhead kick. Bálor chops him in the corner before Samson boots him. Samson throws him out of the ring, but Bálor traps him in the apron and punches away at him. Bálor then gets on the apron and stomps away at him. Samson eventually falls down behind the apron. When he emerges from out of it, Bálor kicks him in the face. Bálor then hits a running dropkick into the barricade. Bálor puts him in the ring and grabs the steel chair. Bálor stands over him before slamming the chair off his back four times. Samson screams in pain. Bálor hits a running dropkick in the corner before being dropkicked into it. Bálor goes to the top rope and hits the Coup de Grâce.
Bray Wyatt’s video flashes on the screen and the lights go out. When the come back on, Wyatt lays him out with Sister Abigail. Wyatt watches Samson crawl over to Bálor and pick up the win. Wyatt watches with his back arched.
Winner by Pinfall: Elias Samson
Wyatt crabwalks over to Bálor and says, “Follow the buzzards.”
Coming up later tonight is the RAW debut of Jason Jordan, Kurt Angle’s long lost son.
Video Package: Kurt Angle introduces his long lost son, Jason Jordan
Renee Young is backstage with RAW GM Kurt Angle. She says she’s getting emotional seeing him hug Jason Jordan. She asks what he was going through. Angle says it’s been quite a week. Now Jason Jordan will face Curt Hawkins. Angle says Jordan wanted to prove he can do this on his own. He’ll prove to the WWE Universe that he can be a successful singles competitor. As a father, he has the butterflies in his stomach. All world class athletes get butterflies, but he has all the confidence in the world. Emma interrupts him. She wants to know when the focus will be put on her. She started the Women’s Revolution, but now she watches while the women that used to look up to her get opportunities. She says, “Oh, I know. Maybe I’ll start dating your son.” Angle says she’ll get an opportunity to prove herself against Nia Jax.
Enzo Amore is walking backstage when he bumps into Big Show. Enzo says last week didn’t go according to plan, but he’ll take care of it on his own. Big Show shakes his head. This match is next.
Enzo Amore makes his entrance to a big reception and goes through his usual shtick. Enzo says the things that drive him drive Big Cass crazy. The little engine that could and will is fueled on passion. When it comes to that, he’s got a full tank. The key that starts his engine is the crowd. Enzo gyrates in the ring while the crowd gives him a polite reaction. Cass seems to have lost the keys to success, and his take is running on E. Cass is like the finish line, and he can’t wait to run into him because there’s only one word to describe him, and he’ll spell it out: S-A-W-F-T!
Enzo Amore vs. Big Cass
The bell rings, and Cass tries to get him into the corner, but Enzo escapes. Enzo dropkicks him in the ring and jumps on his back. Cass eventually gets him away and clubs him down. Cass throws him across the ring before running into a boot. Enzo counters a scoop slam into a sleeper hold, but Cass backs him into the corner. Enzo boots him back and goes for a diving DDT, but Cass counters with a big slam. Cass drops a pair of elbows before kicking him in the ribs. Cass mocks the crowd and steps on Enzo’s head. Cass puts him on the top turnbuckle and clubs away at him. Enzo tries to fight back, but Cass grabs him by the head and talks trash before viciously slamming his head into the turnbuckle. Cass viciously stomps away at him. Enzo looks like a truck just hit him. Cass takes his time before connecting with a Big Boot for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Big Cass
Big Cass stands over Enzo while Michael Cole says, “It’s time to move on.” Cass picks him up and puts him in the corner before talking trash. Cass punches him in the ribs.
Big Show’s music hits, and he slowly walks down to the ring to make the save. Cass threatens that he’ll snaps Enzo’s neck if Big Show gets in the ring. Big Show gets into the ring anyway. Cass throws Enzo into him before giving Big Show a Big Boot. Cass attacks him before connecting with a trio of Empire Elbows. Big Show gets to his knees and chops him, but Cass just boots him back down before dropping two more Empire Elbows. Cass then stomps away at him. Cass asks if Big Show wants to embarrass and disrespect him before kicking him in the ribs again. Cass then chokes him with his boot before a referee runs down to try to keep him back. Cass taunts the crowd and talks trash to them.
Later tonight, we’ll see Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose take on The Miz, Bo Dallas, and Curtis Axel. We’ll also see Sasha Banks take on Bayley to determine who will face Alexa Bliss at SummerSlam.
Renee Young asks Alexa Bliss who she’d rather face. She doesn’t care. She’s just happy this friendship will end. Team Gag Reflex will destroy their friendship to determine who will lose to her at SummerSlam. Bayley will be the one coming up short in this. Bayley will be sitting at home watching Sasha steal the spotlight from her. Tonight, the real winner will be Alexa Bliss.
Emma vs. Nia Jax
The bell rings, and Emma puts herself through the ropes to keep her back. Emma gets a few kicks in before Jax shoves her down. Emma looks incredibly frustrated. Emma dropkicks her in the knee before dropkicking her to the corner. Emma punches away at her before Jax pushes her off and avalanches her. Jax talks trash before avalanching her in the corner and throwing her across the ring. Jax hits another avalanche before dropping an elbow and CRUSHING her with a summersault senton for the win!
Winner by Pinfall: Nia Jax
Charly Caruso is backstage with Akira Tozawa, who has his shoulder heavily taped. She shows a replay of Titus O’Neil calling off a match with Tozawa and Akira Tozawa. On WWE 205 Live, Daivari viciously attacked the shoulder, but ultimately lost the match. Daivari then attacked him post match. Tozawa says that’s why he wants a rematch with Daivari. Titus O’Neil comes up to him and says his shoulder is a liability. O’Neil is in it for his health and good. That’s why he got the match canceled. Tozawa is angry and says he’s going to the ring.
Akira Tozawa marches down to the ring with Titus O’Neil behind him trying to talk some sense into him. Tozawa shoves him in the ring.
Akira Tozawa calls out Ariya Daivari to face him right now. Neville responds instead. Neville comes out laughing. It’s been two weeks and Tozawa has forgotten him. Tozawa’s injured shoulder and shattered confidence is all because of him. Tozawa wants him to get into the ring. Neville mocks him and says he’s not fit to stand toe-to-toe with The King of The Cruiserweights. Neville tried to warn him, but Tozawa trusted the false promises of Titus O’Neil. Neville gets in the ring and calls Tozawa a pathetic joke. Tozawa is nothing more than a shell.
Tozawa quickly takes him down and goes to the top rope to hit a senton splash! Tozawa clutches his shoulder in pain. Ariya Daivari runs down and viciously attacks Tozawa. Daivari turns him inside out with a hammerlock short-arm clothesline. Daivari then attacks Neville and turns him inside out with a hammerlock short-arm clothesline.
Bayley is tying her boots when Sasha Banks comes up to her. She’s upset over what Alexa Bliss said. Banks says she can’t wait to get her hands on that troll at SummerSlam. Bayley tells her to focus more on tonight’s match. Banks asks what that’s supposed to mean. Bayley wants to be champion just as much as she does. Banks says they both want to be champions, so they’re going to go out and prove who deserves it. Bayley says, “May the best woman win.” Banks talks about herself saying the best woman will win.
Replays are shown of the wild brawl that kicked off Monday Night RAW between Braun Strowman, Roman Reigns, and Samoa Joe.
Renee Young asks Jason Jordan about having his first match on RAW. Jordan says he’s thankful for the opportunity. Since being revealed as Kurt Angle’s son, all eyes are on him, but he’s up for the challenge. Renee asks if he’s nervous, and he says he has butterflies. She thinks that’s cute because that’s what Kurt Angle said. Jordan says his hero is his biological father. He’s not a poet, but if he could put it into words, he’s overjoyed. That’s how he feels. Right now, he’s focused and determined. He’ll go out and win his first match on RAW. The crowd sounds like they’re ready to turn on him.
Elsewhere backstage, Dean Ambrose is warming up when Seth Rollins comes in. Ambrose asks what he wants. Rollins says it’s a big deal that they’re teaming up for the first time in three years. Rollins wants to come up with a game plan. Ambrose isn’t interested in that. Rollins only has to worry about three guys. Ambrose has to worry about four, and he walks off.
Bayley comes out to an incredibly light reaction. She’ll face Sasha Banks, next.
#1 Contender’s Match
Bayley vs. Sasha Banks
Before the match begins, WWE RAW Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss makes her entrance. She’ll be on commentary for this match.
The bell rings, and they circle the ring before locking up. Banks shoves her off and points at herself. They lock up again, and Bayley shoves her off. Banks quickly bounces back with a forearm for a two count. Bayley takes her down for a no count. Bayley covers again for a one count. Bayley takes her down and tries a third cover for a one count. Bayley applies a front facelock. Banks reverses a whip and leapfrogs her. Bayley avoids a dropkick and rolls her up for a two count. Banks then slaps her down. Banks hits a rope climbing arm drag. Bayley comes back with a springboard arm drag before giving her a clothesline in the corner. Bayley then applies a front facelock. Banks fights up and kicks her in the face. Bayley comes back with a back body drop for a two count. Bayley shoulders her in the corner and hits a running elbow. Bayley goes to the top rope, but Banks knocks her off to the floor.
We come back from the break to see Banks stretching her out with a modified surfboard stretch. Bayley fights up, but Banks takes her down with a straightjacket. Bayley fights up and backs her into the corner, but Banks takes her down. Bayley quickly flapjacks her into the turnbuckle before putting her through the ropes and hitting a face-buster for a two count. Bayley goes for a backslide, but Banks gets out and knees her in the face. Banks hits a running double knee into the corner before applying the Bank Statement. Bayley nearly gets to the ropes, but Banks rolls through. Bayley tries for a desperation pin for a two count. Michael Cole takes me out of the match by reminding me it’s fake by saying, “What a sequence!” Bayley gets out of a sleeper and goes for a Bayley-To-Belly, but Banks slaps her. Bayley then slaps her back. They then get into a hockey fight before Banks sends her face-first into the turnbuckle. Banks hits another double knee to the back before going to the top rope. Bayley avoids a flying double knee and hits a running knee. Banks then takes her down with a Shining Wizard.
Both get to their feet before the referee counts them down. They trade forearms before Bayley punches her in the face. Bayley then elbows her in the head. Banks comes back and takes her down. There are dueling chants going on in the arena. Bayley goes for a superplex, but Banks fights it and knocks her off. Banks hits a frog splash, but Bayley rolls through and pins her for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Bayley
Bayley will face Alexa Bliss for the RAW Women’s Championship at WWE SummerSlam. Sasha Banks looks disappointed, and Bayley just looks at her. Alexa Bliss gets in the ring and holds up the title. Bayley looks at the title while Bliss’ music plays.
Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose will take on The Miz, Curtis Axel, and Bo Dallas later tonight.
Curt Hawkins is backstage with Renee Young. Hawkins doesn’t care about Jason Jordan. Hawkins is going to slap him in the face, beat him, and ruin his big Monday Night RAW debut. Tomorrow, everyone will be talking about him.
A video package is shown for Cornell Gray, a Special Olympics participant. He is at ringside, and the crowd gives him a nice hand.
Curt Hawkins vs. Jason Jordan
Before the match begins, Hawkins slaps him in the face. The bell rings, and Jordan viciously takes him down with a waistlock. Jordan clubs away at him and slams him down again. Michael Cole says that Jordan is really throwing Kurt Angle around. Jordan hits a back suplex for a two count. Kurt Angle is seen proudly watching backstage. Jordan rides him and clubs before Hawkins gets to the bottom rope. Hawkins gets out of the ring to recover. Hawkins punches away at him and talks trash before Jordan punches back. Jordan hits a pair of running forearms before slamming him into the corner. Jordan hits a belly to belly suplex before taking the straps down and shouldering him in the corner. Jordan then hits a back suplex into a neckbreaker for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Jason Jordan
Kurt Angle is beaming with pride watching the conclusion of that match.
Footage is shown from two weeks ago of The Revival beating up The Hardy Boyz. Last week, The Revival beat The Hardy Boyz. They’ll be out, next.
Charly Caruso interviews The Revival
Charly Caruso is in the ring, and she introduces The Revival to the ring. Scott Dawson says they’re professional enough to know what she’s going to ask, so they’ll handle this. Dawson excuses her from the ring. Dash Wilder says the reason they’re so successful is they haven’t just dominated NXT and showed they’re the greatest, they’re on RAW showing they’re the future of the tag division. Dawson says they sent The New Day packing to Smackdown and made The Hardy Boyz irrelevant. They’ve also heard that Big Cass ditched Enzo at the mere presence of the top guys.
Anderson and Gallows interrupt them. Karl Anderson says Washington, DC is a “good brother” town. The Revival has done it all, but they did it all first. They beat up The New Day and The Hardy Boyz first. They were even bald-ski first. Anderson says they think they’re top guys. Gallows says they’re just top nerds.
The Revival vs. Anderson and Gallows
Karl Anderson will start against Scott Dawson. They take their time before locking up. Dawson powers him to the corner and shoves him. Anderson slaps him back. They lock up, and Dawson puts him in the corner. Dash Wilder tags in and punches away at Anderson. Wilder drives him into Dawson’s boot. Dawson tags in and forearms him. Anderson elbows him and wrenches the arm before tagging in Luke Gallows. Dawson retreats to his corner. Sheamus and Cesaro are seen watching backstage. Dawson knocks Anderson off the apron. The referee is distracted, so The Revival capitalizes on the distraction. Gallows clotheslines Dawson and punches Wilder. Gallows hits them both with back body drops. Anderson comes in, and they hit stereo clotheslines over the top rope.
We come back from the break to see Dawson controlling Anderson. Anderson punches him before Dawson uppercuts him. Wilder tags in, and Anderson dropkicks him down. Dawson quickly tags in, and Gallows gets the tag as well. Gallows clotheslines Wilder before knocking Dawson off the apron. Gallows hits a big boot before connecting with a big splash. Dawson avoids an avalanche before eating a superkick. Anderson is tagged in, and they go for the Boot of Doom. Anderson is quickly attacked.
They chop block Gallows and set up for Shatter Machine on Wilder, but The Hardy Boyz come out to the stage. Gallows and Anderson throw out The Revival and challenge The Hardys to get into the ring. The Revival hit the Shatter Machine on Anderson for the win.
Winners by Pinfall: The Revival
The Hardy Boyz run down and attack The Revival. There are loud “DELETE” chants. They catch them with Poetry in Motion. Matt hits a Twist of Fate on Wilder. Jeff goes for a Swanton Bomb, but Wilder gets out of the ring.
The Miz is backstage with Maryse, Curt Hawkins, and Bo Dallas. Miz says they’re family while their opponents are untrusting dogs. It’s like his performance in The Marine 5 compared to Tom Cruise in “The Mummy.” Maryse says Hollywood doesn’t have any original ideas. Today’s Hollywood is like Seth Rollins. No original ideas. He’s just trying to reboot a franchise in The Shield. They will prove what’s successful and A-list in WWE. They will lay out Rollins and Ambrose and stand tall. They will prove without a shadow of a doubt that Rollins and Ambrose are a box office bomb.
Next week, Jason Jordan will be the special guest on Miz TV. We’ll also see Braun Strowman take on Roman Reigns and Samoa Joe in a triple threat.
Wale is at ringside.
Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins vs. The Miz, Curtis Axel, and Bo Dallas w/ Marsye
Dean Ambrose will start the match against The Miz. Before locking up, Miz immediately tags in Curtis Axel. Ambrose brings Axel into the ring the hard way and punches away at him in the corner before chopping him. Ambrose slingshots over him and hits a running takedown followed by some punches. Axel punches him back, and Seth Rollins tags in to punch Axel. Rollins takes him down and drops a knee. Sheamus and Cesaro are watching backstage. Bo Dallas tags in, and they try to double-team Rollins, but he thwarts them. Rollins hits a snapmare on Dallas and kicks him in the chest. Dallas quickly clotheslines him and tags in The Miz. Miz kicks him and taunts Ambrose. Miz knees away at the spine and elbows him before applying a chin lock. Rollins fights up, but Miz knees him. Miz misses a pair of clotheslines before Rollins connects with a Sling Blade. Miz hits a quick jawbreaker. Ambrose tags himself in and chases Miz out of the ring. Ambrose chases him at ringside. Axel tries to ambush him, but Ambrose stops him. Axel kicks him, but Ambrose comes back with a knee. Rollins tags in. Ambrose dropkicks Axel, and Rollins follows up with one. They then clothesline Dallas out of the ring. The Miz is then scared out of the ring.
We come back from the break to see Rollins knocks Miz and Axel off the apron before hitting Dallas with a back suplex. Miz tags in and stops Rollins from making a tag. Miz hits a suplex before taunting Ambrose. Miz stomps away at Rollins before Dallas gets a cheap shot in. Miz applies a front facelock. Rollins fights up and tries to make a tag, but Miz stops it. Miz hits a Reality Check for a near fall. Axel is tagged in, and he hits a rolling neck snapper for a near fall. Axel knees away at Rollins’ midsection before ripping at the face. Axel sends him into the ropes and dropkicks him. Dallas tags in, and he knees away at Rollins for a two count. Miz tags in and kicks him down in his corner. Rollins fights out of the corner, but Miz quickly hits a kneeling DDT for a near fall. Miz kicks away at Rollins a la Daniel Bryan. Corey Graves calls them “IT” kicks. Rollins ducks a kick to the head and rolls him up for a two count. They then take each other out with a double clothesline. Axel tags in and stops Rollins from making a tag. Rollins hits a reverse STO into the corner. Dallas tags in, but Rollins avoids him.
Ambrose tags in and hits Dallas with a pair of running elbows followed by a clothesline. Ambrose drops Axel with a neckbreaker. Ambrose then hits Dallas and Axel with a bulldog/clothesline combo. Ambrose knocks Miz out of the ring and hits a plancha. Ambrose then sends Miz into the timekeeper’s area. Ambrose rolls Dallas up for a two count. Dallas punches him, but Ambrose rebound with a Lunatic Lariat. Ambrose goes to the top rope and kicks Axel away. Ambrose pushes Dallas away and hits a flying elbow. Miz breaks up the pin. Rollins clotheslines him out of the ring. Axel pulls Rollins out of the ring and slams him into the barricade. Dallas tags Axel in, and they go for a double-team, but Ambrose counters out. Ambrose tries for Dirty Deeds on Axel, but he gets out. Miz blind tags in and hits a Skull Crushing Finale, but Rollins breaks up the pin. Rollins throws Dallas out of the ring, and he hits the bottom rope like Enzo did last year at WWE Payback. Miz then clotheslines Rollins down. Miz hits the ropes, but Ambrose back body drops him over the top rope. Rollins and Ambrose look at each other and hit stereo suicide dives on Axel and Dallas.
Miz gets in the ring and catches Ambrose with a sloppy inside cradle that spikes Ambrose on his head. Rollins hits Miz with a springboard knee to the head. Ambrose follows up with Dirty Deeds for the win.
Ambrose and Rollins celebrate in the ring. Rollins extends his fist, but Ambrose declines and leaves the ring. Rollins holds his arm out, but Ambrose doesn’t turn around.
Quick Match Results
* Elias Samson def. Finn Bálor in a No DQ Match
* Big Cass def. Enzo Amore
* Nia Jax def. Emma
* Bayley def. Sasha Banks
* Jason Jordan def. Curt Hawkins
* The Revival def. Anderson and Gallows
* Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins def. The Miz, Curtis Axel, and Bo Dallas