WWE RAW Results
October 15, 2018
Commentary: Michael Cole, Corey Graves and Renee Young
Results by: Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com
“Then. Now. Forever.” The WWE video leads us into the show.
Braun Strowman’s music hits, and he makes his way to the ring with Drew McIntyre and Dolph Ziggler alongside him. Tonight, we’ll see two Crown Jewel Qualifying Matches with Seth Rollins taking on Drew McIntyre, and Dolph Ziggler taking on Dean Ambrose. Ziggler says they are looking at the greatest three-man group in WWE history. McIntyre says they didn’t need a catchy nickname or matching tactical vests to prove it either. Strowman says they proved it last week against The Shield, and they’ll prove it anytime, any place, and against anyone. Ziggler says in case anyone forgot, they can check this out. Replays are shown of Dean Ambrose taking a Claymore Kick and losing the main event for his tesam last week. After the match, an upset Ambrose walked off on The Shield. Kayla Braxton interviewed him after the show. Ambrose said maybe he doesn’t fit in anywhere.
In the ring, Ziggler is laughing. McIntyre hates to say he told you so, but he told you so. They didn’t just beat The Shield last week… they broke The Shield. McIntyre can only imagine what’s going through that lunatic’s mind trying to figure out where he fits into the selfish agenda of The Shield. Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins have been the only ones that have benefitted from that partnership. Finally Ambrose’s eyes have been open and The Shield has been shattered. Strowman says at this rate, The Shield won’t be around to watch Reigns’ back when he slays the beast and beats Roman at Crown Jewel. McIntyre says he’ll beat Rollins tonight in a World Cup Qualifying Match to prove he’s the best in the world. Ziggler reminds McIntyre that he too has a qualifying match against Ambrose. Maybe they’ll go head-to-head in the finals. McIntyre says that would be a shame. As good as Ziggler is, he’s no Drew McIntyre. Ziggler laughs and says he tends to agree, but he’s the most consistent superstar in WWE history. Strowman says at WWE Crown Jewel, Lesnar and Roman will both get these hands.
The Shield’s music hits, and Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins come out. There is no Dean Ambrose. Rollins says The Shield is alive and well. They were back there listening to them yap on and on about who the best in the world is so he’s got news for them. When he beats McIntyre in their qualifying match, he’ll prove what everyone already knows: Seth Rollins is the best in the world. Ziggler sarcastically says that was a great speech, but where is their brother, Dean Ambrose? Ziggler says he’ll take the forfeit tonight. Rollins says Ambrose runs on Ambrose time. Rollins says the bottom line is Ambrose always shows up. Reigns says they’re worried about Ambrose when they should be worried about these titles. Reigns says they’ll never get close to these titles. After Crown Jewel, Strowman is going to the back of the line. Rollins says he’s always liked Philadelphia not only because of the cheesesteaks, but because it’s a fighting town. Since they’re both out here, they should have their qualifying match right here and now.
WWE World Cup Qualifying Match
Drew McIntyre vs. Seth Rollins
The bell rings, and they lock up before McIntyre powers him to the corner. McIntyre gives a clean break and invites him to the center of the ring. Rollins applies a waistlock, but McIntyre applies a side headlock. Rollins tries to get out, but McIntyre keeps the headlock applied. McIntyre keeps it cinched in until Rollins clips the knee. Rollins wrenches the arm, but McIntyre answers back with a forearm. McIntyre applies a side headlock, but Rollins whips him off. McIntyre shoulder blocks him down and hits the ropes. Rollins leapfrogs him, but he has a hip toss blocked. Rollins quickly dropkicks him, but McIntyre quickly answers back with a boot. McIntyre goes for a powerbomb, but Rollins counters into a hurricanrana. Rollins goes for a suicide dive, but McIntyre catches him and hits a belly-to-belly overhead suplex on the floor!
McIntyre gets him in the ring, but Rollins rolls back out. McIntyre picks up the ring apron and exposes the steel of the ring. Rollins quickly powers him into the apron and sends him into the barricade. Rollins talks a little trash, but he’s distracted by Dolph Ziggler. Rollins goes after him, but Ziggler gets away. McIntyre goes under the ring. Rollins tries to bring him out, but McIntyre pulls him shoulder-first into the steel of the ring.
We come back from the break to see McIntyre applying an overhead wristlock. Ziggler has remained at ringside. Rollins gets out with a chop and superkicks him down. Rollins clutches his shoulder in pain. Rollins goes for a springboard maneuver, but McIntyre moves. Rollins comes right back with a Sling Blade. McIntyre tries to fight back with an inverted Alabama Slam, but Rollins counters into a roll-up for a two count. Rollins boots him back and hits a blockbuster for a near fall. Rollins goes to the top rope, but McIntyre punches him. McIntyre chops the chest and lifts him from the second rope, but Rollins slides off and kicks him in the face, tying him up in the tree of woe. Rollins goes to the top rope, but McIntyre sits up and slams him off the top rope. McIntyre goes to the top rope, but Rollins scales the ropes and hits a superplex before rolling through for a falcon arrow, however McIntyre counters into a falcon arrow of his own for a near fall!
They trade punches and kicks before McIntyre punches the injured shoulder. Rollins comes back with a step-up enzuigiri and superkicks him. Rollins signals for the end, but Ziggler gets on the apron. Rollins scares him off and counters McIntyre by clotheslining him over the top rope. Rollins hits Ziggler with a suicide dive out of nowhere before getting in the ring and hitting McIntyre with one. Rollins gets McIntyre in the ring and kicks him. Rollins goes for a Stomp, but Ziggler pulls the ropes down.
Dean Ambrose’s music hits, and he attacks Ziggler from behind. McIntyre goes outside and attacks Ambrose. Rollins then comes from out of nowhere and hits the Stomp on the floor! Rollins gets in and wins the match by count-out.
Winner by Count-Out: Seth Rollins
Seth Rollins celebrates in the ring with Dean Ambrose. John Cena, Kurt Angle, Randy Orton, Jeff Hardy, and Seth Rollins have qualified for the WWE World Cup Tournament at WWE Crown Jewel. There are three more spots left.
The Bella Twins are shown walking backstage, continually looking over their shoulders. Elsewhere backstage, Trish Stratus and Lita are talking backstage. Bayley walks up to them and gives them a hug. We’ll take a look at DX reuniting, next.
The Shield are walking backstage. Seth Rollins says he knew Dean Ambrose would show up. He’s always on Lunatic Time. Ambrose takes exception to being called a lunatic. Ambrose says he’s good for a few laughs until they need bailing out. Ambrose says he’s got a match to focus on and walks off. Rollins and Reigns look confused.
Replay: Triple H and Shawn Michaels reform D-Generation X last week on RAW.
A creepy backstage vignette is shown with Undertaker and Kane. Undertaker can’t believe Triple H and Shawn Michaels want to lecture them on respect. Kane says the reunification of DX is built on lies. Undertaker says Michaels knows what kept him in the shadows for eight and a half years was nothing but fear. Kane says that Michaels was afraid of The Undertaker humiliating and putting Shawn Michaels down again. Undertaker says at Crown Jewel when the Brothers of Destruction reunite to unleash hell on DX for the first time ever, all of Shawn Michaels’ fears will come true. Kane says Triple H may have won a battle, but he started a war that will be ended at Crown Jewel. Undertaker says after it’s over, Triple H can go back to the boardroom while Michaels shuffles off to hide in retirement. Kane says DX had three words for them (“Are you ready?”), so they have three words for them: Rest In Peace.
Ember Moon and Nia Jax vs. Tamina Snuka and Dana Brooke
This is Tamina Snuka’s first match back since the Women’s Royal Rumble. Dana Brooke locks up with Ember Moon. Brooke powers her to the corner and attacks. Moon soon fights back, but Brooke shoulder blocks her down. Moon kips up and sweeps the legs before rolling her up for a one count. Snuka tags in, and she hits a snapmare before applying a chin lock. Moon fights up and whips her off, but Snuka clotheslines her down. Snuka throws her across the ring and taunts Jax, who tags in.
It’s family vs. family. Snuka ducks a clothesline and punches away at her. Jax quickly throws her down and hits a rolling senton. Snuka comes back with some kicks. They trade head-butts before Jax goes for a Samoan Drop. Snuka slides off and tries for a Samoan Drop, but she can’t lift Jax. Jax gets out and charges, but Snuka manages to get her up for a Samoan Drop! Brooke tags herself in and attacks Jax, but Jax swats her away and splashes her in the corner. Moon tags in and hits the Eclipse for the win.
Winners by Pinfall: Ember Moon and Nia Jax
Tamina Snuka gets to her feet and throws aside Moon before superkicking Jax. Snuka and Moon then throw Jax over the top rope, teasing what could happen in the Women’s Battle Royal. Moon tries to throw Snuka over the top rope, but she can’t. Brooke then “eliminates” them both.
Video Package: The Bella Twins turn on “Rowdy” Ronda Rousey last week on RAW
Coming up next, we’ll hear from “Rowdy” Ronda Rousey.
“Rowdy” Ronda Rousey responds to Nikki and Brie Bella
RAW Women’s Champion “Rowdy” Ronda Rousey makes her entrance, and the crowd warmly greets her. Rousey looks like she has tears in her eyes. Rousey says she’s sure most of them know that The Bella Twins betrayed her in front of the whole world last week. She just wants an explanation. The Bellas at least owe her that. She calls them out.
The Bella Twins’ music hits, and they saunter out to the stage. Nikki Bella says no one paid to see Rousey. They all paid to see them. The crowd loudly boos that. Nikki says they don’t owe her an explanation. Brie Bella says this is show business, not show friends. Rousey was the one to disrespect them. Rousey disregarded everything they did for this business. Did Rousey expect them to sit on the sidelines and watch her? Nikki says Rousey is the reason they’re back. Rousey is a loser that doesn’t deserve a championship. Nikki says she deserves to be champion. Nikki says she’ll give her a little history lesson. They made “diva” mean something. They made it a strong and powerful word. Their reality show put more women and little girls in the crowd. The Bella Twins made the world want to see women’s wrestling even more. Nikki says Rousey walked into a revolution that she and her sister started. She’s the longest reigning Divas Champion. The championship Rousey carries around wouldn’t exist without them.
Rousey starts to talk, but stops to let Nikki finish. Nikki says it’s all about Rousey. What’s she going to do? Come up the stage and break their arms? The crowd wants to see that. Rousey says she’s tried her best to be respectful. She knew the WWE was their territory first. Rousey tried not to be judgmental even though the Divas era made her sick to her stomach. She gave them the benefit of the doubt figuring they just did the best they could with what they had. After The Bellas ran up to her after never really talking to her before after WrestleMania, she figured they could be strong forces together. Rousey says she didn’t realize they were living stereotypes. They’re the Do Nothing Bellas. Rousey was impressed they went so far with the minimum amount of talent. They leached off the names of their men. A loud “YES” chant fires up. Rousey says they plagiarize and dilute their move-sets. They’re relics of the past that need to be eviscerated like small pox. The wait is over because they both know she can rip their arms off and beat them with the limbs. The only thing stopping her at Evolution will be the referee, but they’re not good at holding them back. Rousey says she’s more than just a pretty face with a deadly body. She doesn’t care how much promotion is behind them. Their name will become like the societal sores they are.
Brie says they gave her more promotion last week than she’s had in her entire career in WWE. Nikki says they’ve knocked down doors. Rousey says she knocked down doors in judo and the UFC. Now she’s knocking down doors here in WWE. The only door Nikki knocked down was the door to John Cena’s bedroom… and he eventually threw her out of the exact same door. The crowd is going crazy. Are they going to come down and get the ass whipping they deserve, or does she have to come and hand it to them.
The Bellas start down the ramp a bit before stopping and doing a dance. A security team comes out and forms a line at the foot of the ramp. Rousey wipes two of them out with judo throws before picking up a third and giving him a snap Angle Slam on the floor! Rousey looks up the ramp, but The Bellas are gone. She gets in the ring and looks furious.
Footage is shown of Kurt Angle tricking Baron Corbin in a jobber Battle Royal into thinking he’s The Conquistador only to eliminate him.
Kurt Angle, dressed in a ridiculous vacation outfit, is backstage with Bobby Roode and Chad Gable. No Way Jose comes up, and Angle shows off his dance moves. Baron Corbin then walks up and says Angle must think he’s pretty smart. Angle says he has enjoyed his time off. Corbin tells him the field for WWE World Cup is stacked. It’s been twelve years since he’s had a singles match. Corbin books him in a handicap match against AOP to warm up. That match is tonight. Angle says he doesn’t have his gear, but Corbin says he’ll figure something out.
Dean Ambrose makes his entrance. He’ll face Dolph Ziggler in a World Cup Qualifying Match, next.
WWE World Cup Qualifying Match
Dean Ambrose vs. Dolph Ziggler
This match is for the final slot of the RAW portion of the WWE World Cup Tournament. They lock up, and Ambrose soon shoulder blocks him down for a one count. Ambrose hits a snapmare before connecting with some crossfaces for a two count. Ambrose hits a snap suplex and picks up another two count. Ziggler quickly kicks him and hits a neckbreaker for a one count. Ziggler then applies a chin lock. Ambrose fights up and hits a fall-away slam. Ziggler rolls out of the ring to recover. Ambrose goes outside and sends him ribs-first into the barricade. Ambrose then runs him into the barricade again. Ambrose gets him in the ring and goes to the top rope, but Ziggler moves. Ambrose rolls through his leap and tries for a cloverleaf. Ziggler knocks him away, but he runs into a boot. Ambrose goes to the top rope, but Ziggler scales the ropes and hits a flying sit-out facebuster.
We come back from the break to see Ambrose catapult Ziggler into the corner. Ziggler’s head hits the ring post. Ambrose hits a pair of clotheslines and a back elbow. Ambrose then hits a front suplex on the top rope. Ambrose hooks the arm, but Ziggler elbows him in the face. Ziggler goes for a snap DDT, but Ambrose gets out and applies a cloverleaf submission. Ziggler gets out, but Ambrose comes back with a double chicken-wing facebuster for a near fall. Ambrose goes to the top rope, but Ziggler crotches him up there. Ziggler tries for a superplex, but Ambrose counters with a front superplex.
Ziggler appears to have hurt his knee. Drew McIntyre runs down, but Seth Rollins cuts him off. They brawl at ringside until Ambrose hits a flying elbow off the top rope onto McIntyre. Rollins helps Ambrose out, but Ambrose unwittingly shoves him. Ambrose gets in the ring, and Ziggler superkicks him for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Dolph Ziggler
Seth Rollins gets in the ring and looks down at the mat while Dean Ambrose slowly comes to. Rollins looks disappointed. Ambrose gets to his feet, and Rollins asks what his problem is. Ambrose shoves him and walks off.
Rollins gets out of the ring and angrily turns him around. They go face-to-face arguing and shoving until Roman Reigns comes out to separate them. Acting General Manager Baron Corbin comes out to the stage and says the last thing he wants is for The Shield to dissolve on his watch. He’ll give them a chance to redeem themselves in a rematch from last week. It’ll be The Shield taking on Braun Strowman, Drew McIntyre, and Dolph Ziggler… tonight. Ambrose walks off.
Kurt Angle will take on AOP in a 1-on-2 Handicap Match later tonight. We’ll also see Trish Stratus and Lita.
Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre are gloating with Braun Strowman about The Shield showing cracks. McIntyre says he wants Strowman to crush Rollins and Ambrose while Reigns watches. Strowman warns them if either of them screw up tonight, they’ll “get these hands.”
Finn Balor w/ Bayley vs. Jinder Mahal w/ Alicia Fox and The Singh Brothers
The bell rings, and Mahal quickly hits a scoop slam for a two count. Samir Singh is back. Mahal applies a chin lock and holds it on for a bit. Balor gets out and dropkicks him. Mahal quickly powers him to the corner, but Balor boots him back. Balor hits a Sling Blade before hitting a dropkick to the corner. Balor hits the Coup de Grace for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Finn Balor
Instead of Balor’s music hitting, Bobby Lashley’s music hits, and he comes out to the ring with Lio Rush by his side. Lashley gets in the ring and poses in front of Balor. Lio Rush says Balor wishes he could look like Lashley. Rush says Lashley looks and smells like money. Lashley poses on the turnbuckles while Rush talks him up. Lashley will be in action, next.
Bobby Lashley w/ Lio Rush vs. Tyler Breeze
Lio Rush tells the crowd to give it up for his man, Bobby Lashley. He tries to get a chant started, but the crowd loudly boos. The bell rings, but Rush says Lashley isn’t ready yet. Rush tells him to hit the crowd with the money pose, and Lashley poses a bit. Lashley continues to pose while Rush laughs. Finally he locks up with Breeze and powers him to the corner. Lashley poses and goes for a punch, but Breeze ducks it. Breeze stuns him with a step-up enzuigiri, but Lashley comes right back with a delayed vertical suplex. Lashley then applies a full nelson and throws him. Lashley hits a running shoulder in the corner before bringing him to the center of the ring. Breeze tries to fight back, but Lashley comes back with a scoop powerslam. Lashley hits an over-the-shoulder spinning slam for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Bobby Lashley
Lio Rush gets in the ring and does a super annoying “Lashley” chant.
Trish Stratus and Lita will be out, next.
Trish Stratus and Lita talk about their match at Evolution
Trish Stratus and Lita make their entrances, and the two WWE Hall of Famers make their way to the ring. Next Sunday, they’ll take on Alexa Bliss and Mickie James at WWE Evolution. Lita greets her “old friend,” Philadelphia. Lita says it’s good to be back home. One week from Sunday is the first ever all women’s PPV, WWE Evolution.
Alexa Bliss’ music cuts her off, and she comes out to the stage with Mickie James. Bliss says she’s a future Hall of Famer, so she gets Lita, who is a current Hall of Famer. Bliss thinks Lita must be terrified about being humiliated going into Evolution knowing the Goddess will run wild on her. Mickie James acts crazy and imitates Trish Stratus. James claims Stratus knows that James has always been better than her. Bliss says James does Stratus better than Stratus. Bliss says if they think they’re going to come into Evolution and beat them, it’s going to be bad. James says they’re sadly mistaken if they think they’re going to get off the couch and come for them with no warm-up.
Stratus says at Evolution, they have a chance to make history. Lita says these two could make their careers beating two Hall of Famers and they’re talking practice. Lita says they might be right. They could use some practice. Stratus says practice makes perfect. They challenge Bliss and James. They begin walking down to the ring before stopping and walking off.
Bayley is walking backstage when The Riott Squad makes fun of her for being without Sasha Banks. They laugh and walk off.
“The Conquistador” is in the ring. It’s implied that Kurt Angle is under the gear.
“The Conquistador” vs. AOP w/ Drake Maverick
Baron Corbin comes out to the stage to watch this match. “Angle” dances in the ring before trying for a German Suplex on Akam. Akam gets out of it. “Angle” soon goes for an Angle Lock, but he’s knocked out. AOP soon hits him with a powerbomb/neckbreaker combo for the win.
Winners by Pinfall: AOP
Drake Maverick gets in the ring and tells them to take the mask off, but it’s an unknown jobber. Kurt Angle then runs up from behind and hits Corbin with an Angle Slam on the stage. Angle celebrates doing a kooky dance.
Backstage, The Riott Squad sprays Natalya’s locker room sign with ketchup and mustard. They laugh and walk off.
Natalya makes her entrance with a microphone. Natalya says Ruby can’t be so dumb to think she’d come to the ring alone. She has backup. Bayley comes out to no reaction. Sasha Banks then makes her return to a lukewarm reaction.
Ruby Riott w/ The Riott Squad vs. Natalya w/ Bayley and Sasha Banks
Natalya takes Riott down, but she’s soon kicked down. Riott slams her down by the hair and picks up a one count. Riott applies a chin lock before taking her down by the hair for a two count. Natalya quickly rolls her up for a two count. Riott comes back with a back elbow for a two count. Riott attacks, but can’t put her away. Natalya slaps her and applies a Sharpshooter, but Sarah Logan chop blocks her.
Winner by Disqualification: Natalya
Sasha Banks and Bayley run in, but The Riott Squad clears them from the ring. The Riott Squad goes for The Hart Attack on Natalya, but Bayley and Banks roll them out of the ring. Bayley, Banks, and Natalya clear The Riott Squad from the ring.
Elias humiliates a stagehand who couldn’t find a green guitar pick. Elias will perform, next.
“Ladies and gentlemen… Elias.”
Elias strums a chord and greets the crowd. Elias plays something that sounds like the intro riff to Metallica’s “Nothing Else Matters.” Elias says his eyes are like a crystal ball looking into the future. That future is a universal truth that John Cena and everyone else knows, and that is that WWE stands for Walk With Elias. Elias says he was with Carson Wentz, who says his injuries were painful. The real injuries are mental when he has to care about performing for the depraved city of Philadelphia. The crowd loudly boos him. Elias tells them to silence their cellphones and shut their mouths.
Apollo Crews’ music hits, and he comes out to the stage with a microphone. Crews says he just wants to interrupt him since everyone else does. Elias says he’s the best thing going, so of course Crews would want to be out here. Crews better pray to be on Elias’ good side. Tonight is not the night Elias will make a star out of Crews. Crews says he’s not like Elias. He doesn’t play the guitar and isn’t that funny. None of that matters when he steps inside the ring. Elias has heard that Crews is talented, but he’s never seen it. It’s like Bigfoot or The Flyers winning the Stanley Cup. Crews has watched too many people pass him by, and he’s sick of it. Crews catches him with a step-up enzuigiri before holding him up in a military press and slamming him down. Crews then poses on the turnbuckles.
Backstage, Roman Reigns is talking with Dean Ambrose, but we can’t hear what they’re saying. The main event is next.
Braun Strowman, Dolph Ziggler, and Drew McIntyre vs. The Shield
Braun Strowman tells Dolph Ziggler to start the match and show him something. Ziggler starts against Seth Rollins. Ziggler applies a side headlock, but Rollins whips him off and hits a scoop slam. Dean Ambrose tags in, and he hits a low clothesline to Ziggler. Rollins drops an elbow on Ziggler, and Ambrose hits one of his own for a two count. Rollins tags back in, and they take Ziggler down. Ziggler pushes Rollins into Ambrose. Ambrose argues with Rollins. Roman Reigns tags in, and Braun Strowman takes out The Shield. Ziggler tags in and hits a snap DDT on Reigns for a near fall.
We come back from the break to see McIntyre applying an arm bar to Reigns. Reigns fights up and punches out. Reigns hits the ropes, but McIntyre comes back with a spinebuster for a near fall. Ziggler tags in and kicks Reigns in the chest. Ziggler stomps Reigns’ shoulder before applying a chin lock. Reigns fights out and whips him off before hitting a pair of clotheslines. McIntyre tags in, and he grabs Reigns and sends him into the ropes. Reigns comes back with a leaping clothesline. Strowman tags in, and he grabs Reigns before sending him to the corner for a corner clothesline. Strowman talks trash to his partners, so McIntyre angrily tags in. McIntyre stomps away at Reigns, so Strowman tags himself in and yells at McIntyre. Strowman sends Reigns to the corner and charges, but Reigns boots him back. Reigns tries for a Samoan Drop, but he can’t lift him. Strowman charges, but Reigns sidesteps him. Strowman hits the corner hard, and Reigns then floors him with a Samoan Drop. Reigns crawls over to his corner, so Ziggler and McIntyre knock the rest of The Shield off the apron. McIntyre tags in, and they hit Reigns with a Zig-Zag/Claymore combo. Ambrose and Rollins break up the pin. McIntyre comes off the top rope, but Reigns uppercuts him.
Rollins tags in and hits a springboard clothesline. Ambrose tags in, and they hit a pair of double-team clotheslines on McIntyre. Ambrose and Rollins then knock Strowman out of the ring. They hit Ziggler and McIntyre with stereo suicide dives. They try for it on Strowman, but Strowman grabs them by the necks. Reigns then comes off the steps with a Superman Punch. Ambrose comes off the top rope, but McIntyre kicks him. Ambrose counters into a jackknife pin, but Ziggler breaks it up. Rollins gets Ziggler out of the ring before kicking McIntyre. Ambrose hits McIntyre with Dirty Deeds and covers, but Ziggler throws Rollins into Ambrose to break it up.
Ambrose is upset and says they haven’t messed up in six years. Ambrose nearly hits Rollins with Dirty Deeds, but he thinks better of it. Ziggler sends Ambrose into Rollins. Ziggler then hits Ambrose with the Zig-Zag for a near fall. McIntyre and Ziggler go for their finisher combo, but Reigns hits McIntyre with a Superman Punch. Reigns clears Ziggler and McIntyre from the ring. Strowman charges, but he eats the ring post when Reigns moves. Reigns then sidesteps McIntyre, who accidentally hits Strowman with a Claymore Kick. Reigns spears McIntyre and gets him out of the ring. Ziggler goes for a Zig-Zag on Reigns, but Reigns holds the ropes. Ziggler rolls into Rollins and Ambrose, who send Ziggler into Reigns for a Triple Powerbomb to pick up the win.
Winners by Pinfall: The Shield
The Shield walks up the ramp together, united once again. At ringside, Strowman looks furious. A “Get These Hands” chant picks up. Strowman grabs Ziggler and repeats his warning. Strowman then hits Ziggler with a Running Powerslam. McIntyre then wipes Strowman out with a Claymore Kick! McIntyre stands tall before walking off.
Quick Match Results
* WWE World Cup Qualifier: Seth Rollins def. Drew McIntyre via CO (non-title)
* Ember Moon and Nia Jax def. Tamina Snuka and Dana Brooke
* WWE World Cup Qualifier: Dolph Ziggler def. Dean Ambrose
* Finn Balor def. Jinder Mahal
* Bobby Lashley def. Tyler Breeze
* AOP def. The Conquistador
* Natalya def. Ruby Riott via DQ
* The Shield def. Braun Strowman, Dolph Ziggler, and Drew McIntyre