WWE Raw Results
September 26, 2022
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (Rogers Place)
Commentary: Jimmy Smith, Corey Graves, and Byron Saxton
Results by: Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com
“Then. Now. Forever. Together.” The WWE video leads us into the show.
The Raw intro video plays, and we go live into the arena to see a big fireworks display.
Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair makes her way to the ring alongside Alexa Bliss and Asuka. Last week on Raw, Bayley defeated Alexa Bliss with some help from Damage CTRL. After the match, they took out Belair. Bayley then challenged Belair to a title match at Extreme Rules.
Belair says she was ready to come out here and challenge Bayley, but she remembered that it’s not just about her and Bayley. Belair doesn’t want it to be 3-on-1 again. Bayley should have faced Alexa Bliss 1-on-1, but IYO SKY and Dakota Kai had to interfere again because she can’t do her battles on her own. If Bayley wants the Raw Women’s Championship, she wishes her luck. Her girls will be watching Bayley’s girls.
Damage CTRL comes out to the stage. Bayley says Bianca Belair has been groomed to be in her position. She was handpicked and trained to be in this position. Bayley had to work at it on her own to get here. Bayley has wanted this since she was 12 years old. She wanted to take over WWE, and that’s what she’s doing. They get in the ring. Bayley says Belair brags about all she’s done, but she was handpicked and chosen. Belair says she’s earned and deserved everything. She’s in this position because she’s been showing up and showing out. Where has Bayley been? Rehabbing? She’s sorry that Bayley got injured, but she’s not sorry that she came back to her being champion. Bayley says she was injured and hurt. She wasn’t able to walk 10 months ago, but she taught herself how to walk and run again. She also pinned Belair at Clash at the Castle for the first time in 300 days. So everything Belair has done is because she was injured. Belair needs to fall in line like everyone else. Belair says when she main evented WrestleMania, Bayley was here. In the last match they had, she gave Bayley a KOD on top of the ladder at Hell in a Cell.
Bayley has heard enough. She doesn’t want to talk about the past. She’s tired of Belair running her mouth. Bayley has an idea. At Extreme Rules, she feels like winning the Raw Women’s Title in a Ladder Match. Belair says she can consider the ante up. Since she can’t have Bayley, she’ll get extreme with her girl tonight. Belair gets in Sky’s face. The ring clears, leaving Belair and Sky left in the ring. A referee gets in the ring.
Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair w/ Asuka and Alexa Bliss vs. WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion IYO SKY w/ Bayley and Dakota Kai
The bell rings, and Belair immediately dropkicks Sky out of the ring.
We go backstage to see an SUV drive into the arena. Sami Zayn and Solo Sikoa get out of the car and walk in.
Back to live action, Sky reverses a whip on Belair. Belair drops her on the apron and pulls her into the ring. Belair takes her down with a waistlock. Sky fights up, so Belair hits her with a short-arm clothesline. Belair then throws her across the ring twice, but each time the leap is mistimed. Belair shoulders her in the corner and carries her to the center of the ring. Sky slides through for a sunset flip, but Belair doesn’t go down. Belair hits her with a spinebuster for a two-count. Belair gets her in the corner and punches, but Sky slides through and takes her down. Sky shoulders away at her in the corner and sweeps her feet. Sky digs her feet into Belair’s chest before hitting a slingshot double knee for a two-count. Belair goes for a whip, but Sky counters into an octopus stretch. Belair fights it, so Sky hits a sunset flip for a two-count. Belair avoids an avalanche in the corner and knocks her back. Belair shoulder tackles her down and does the 10 punches. Belair backflips over her and hits a clothesline for a two-count.
Belair sets up for a KOD, but Sky fights it. They fumble through something, and it looks terribly awkward. Sky then maneuvers herself out of the ring, pulling Belair into the ropes. Sky then dropkicks Belair’s head into the ring post.
We come back from the break to see Belair hit a sidewalk slam. They’re both down. They slowly get to their feet and trade some forearms. Belair hits a shoulder tackle, a clothesline, and a dropkick before doing a kip-up. Belair clubs the back and hits a suplex before rolling through for a delayed vertical suplex. Belair covers for a near fall.
Belair goes for a double chickenwing slam, but Sky gets to the ropes. Sky takes her down for a two-count. Sky steps on the braid, but Belair trips her. Belair goes for a handspring standing moonsault, but Sky moves. Belair avoids a springboard moonsault and hits a scoop slam. Belair hits a handspring standing moonsault for a near fall. Belair looks very frustrated. Belair tries for a KOD, but Sky grabs the top rope and kicks her down. Sky goes to the top rope and hits a diving cross-body block, but Belair rolls through and lifts her. Belair hits a fallaway slam and covers for a two-count.
Belair sets her up and goes to the top rope. Sky cuts her off. Sky goes for a super hurricanrana, but Belair holds her up. Belair lets her down and kicks her back. Belair sets up on the top rope, but Sky scales the ropes and hits an arm drag. Sky attacks her in the corner and goes to the top rope. Belair crotches her up there and throws her ringside into Damage CTRL. They catch her. Belair then hits Bayley and Dakota Kai with a plancha. Sky attacks Belair and puts her in the ring. Sky goes for a springboard, but Belair moves. Belair hits a KOD for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Bianca Belair
Kevin Patrick is backstage with Rey Mysterio. Patrick asks Rey about Dominik Mysterio begging him to hit him with a chair last week. Mysterio says Kevin is a father and knows the feeling of holding his newborn. You always want the best for your child. Last week when he had the chair in his hands, he wondered what happened to the kid he raised. Rey doesn’t recognize him. This isn’t his son. Rhea Ripley is manipulating his son. That can’t sway his focus. Tonight, he steps into the ring with Seth “Freakin” Rollins. Rollins is a savage. Rollins wanted to do more than injure Matt Riddle with the chair. Rey may have mercy for his own flesh and blood, but he won’t show any mercy to Seth.
Coming up next, Rey Mysterio battle Seth “Freakin” Rollins.
The Miz is backstage with some security guards. Miz has a million-dollar opportunity… to be an extra in his next franchise. They’ll also get a gift card accepted in most major stores and a chance to hang out with him. They are “Miz-Force.” Miz tells them to find “he who shall not be named.” They run off.
“BURN IT DOWN!”
Seth “Freakin” Rollins makes his way to the ring. Replays are shown of Matt Riddle distracting him to cost him the United States Championship last week. Later in the night, Rollins tried to attack Riddle with a chair. Rollins would accept a Fight Pit challenge at Extreme Rules.
The crowd sings Rollins. Rollins welcomes them to “Monday Night Rollins.” He is a visionary and a revolutionary. He is Seth “Freakin” Rollins. He should be standing here right now as the brand new United States Champion. The one reason he’s not is because of Matt Riddle. It pains Rollins to say his name. Last week, he had Bobby Lashley dead to rights. Riddle forced him to take his eye off the ball for one single second and it cost him. Riddle has been a thorn in his side for months, but he has cost him for the last time. In two weeks, they’ll finish this at Extreme Rules inside the Fight Pit.
Rollins seethes and looks into the arena. They sing his song again. Rollins says for the past week, he has heard what people are saying. People are saying that Rollins is doomed, and this is Matt Riddle’s type of match. Rollins went home and looked in the mirror before coming to the harsh conclusion that he’s Seth “Freakin” Rollins, baby. It doesn’t matter what kind of match it is. He’s been in every single type of match you can imagine, and he’s won them all. As good as Riddle may be inside the cage, he’s got nothing compared to him. Rollins has one thing Riddle will never have: a brain. Rollins has an Einstein-level acumen for the fight game. It’ll be his first time in the Fight Pit, but when the dust settles, Riddle will be flat on his back. Everyone will sing his song as the King of the Fight Pit.
Rollins hopes Riddle is taking notes because he’s going to give the Father of the Year the type of beating he’s afraid to give his son. Rey Mysterio makes his entrance, and he looks to be in no mood for Rollins. Mysterio gets in the ring and immediately dropkicks Rollins before punching him. Rollins rolls out of the ring and flips out.
Seth “Freakin” Rollins vs. Rey Mysterio
We join this match in progress. Rollins is bleeding from the forehead. During the break, Rollins was busted open on the steel steps. Rollins attacks Mysterio and whips him to the corner, but Mysterio slingshots over him and hits a head-scissor takeover. Mysterio punches Rollins, but he has a whip reversed on him. Rollins lowers his head and eats a kick. Mysterio hits the ropes, but Rollins hits a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker. Rollins forearms Mysterio in the lower back a few times before hitting a back suplex for a near fall.
Rollins has Mysterio on the apron, but Mysterio punches him back. Mysterio hits a sunset flip for a two-count. Rollins quickly takes him back down. Rollins looks to be in a lot of pain from the cut. Rollins peppers Mysterio with some kicks before chopping the chest. Rollins whips him to the corner and hits a diving forearm. Rollins whips him to the corner again, but he runs into a drop-toe-hold into the turnbuckles. Mysterio hits the 10 punches and knocks him back. Mysterio goes for a springboard moonsault block, but Rollins catches him and hits a gutbuster. Rollins then slides Mysterio chest-first onto the floor!
All of a sudden, Dominik Mysterio walks out holding a steel chair. A QR code scrambles onto the screen for that White Bunny deal.
We come back from the break to see Rollins send Mysterio sternum-first into the turnbuckles. Rollins lays him across the apron and kicks him. Dominik Mysterio is seated at ringside and high-fives Rollins. Rollins gets Rey in the ring and starts up the Three Amigos. As Rollins goes for the third one, Rey knees him in the head and hits a big DDT. Dominik looks disgusted.
Rey heads to the top rope, but Rollins grabs him for a Buckle Bomb. Rey manages to counter it into a hurricanrana in the corner. Rey goes to the top rope, but Rollins cuts him off. Rey fights him off, but Rollins jumps back. Rey fights him off again and hits a flying seated senton. Rey follows up with a springboard cross-body block for a near fall. Rey tries to slide through the legs, but Rollins catches him. Rey counters into a roll-up for a two-count. Rey rolls up Rollins, but Rollins counters into a Buckle Bomb. Rollins quickly hits a falcon arrow for a near fall. Rollins gets to his feet and sets up for a Stomp, but Rey fights it. Rollins instead goes for a Pedigree, but Rey fights it. Rey then hits a hurricanrana over the top rope. Rey then hits the ropes and hits a sliding splash! Dominik angrily gets to his feet.
Rey gets Rollins in the ring and hits a diving splash for a near fall. A “Dominik’s useless” chant picks up. In the ring, Rey dropkicks Rollins into the ropes. Rollins avoids a 619 and shoulders him back. Rollins hits a front suplex on Rey and heads to the top rope. Rey quickly sweeps the feet. Rey goes for a super hurricanrana, but Rollins holds him up. Rollins sets up for a super powerbomb, but Mysterio counters into the super hurricanrana! Rey follows up with a 619, but it sends Rollins flying out of the ring.
Rey gets Rollins in the ring, and Dominik gets to his feet, holding the steel chair. Dominik throws it at his father’s feet and dares him to hit him. Rollins distracts the referee as Rhea Ripley runs in from the crowd and pushes Rey into the ring post. Dominik throws his father into the ring. Rollins hits a Stomp before applying the Peruvian Necktie. The referee ends the match.
Winner by Referee’s Decision: Seth “Freakin” Rollins
Rey Mysterio looks disgusted with what just happened.
Matt Riddle is angrily watching what just happened backstage. United States Champion Bobby Lashley comes up to him and wishes him luck in the Fight Pit. Lashley tells Riddle to make sure Rollins is put out. Rollins has no idea what it’s like to fight in a cage, but they do. You either tap out or get knocked out. Lashley wants him to knock Rollins’ teeth in. As for interfering in his match last week, Lashley warns him not to do that again. Riddle agrees.
Kevin Owens and Johnny Gargano are walking backstage. One of the security guards from Miz-Force is knocked out.
Connor’s Cure is promoted.
Tag Team Match
Alpha Academy (Chad Gable and Otis) vs. Johnny Gargano and Kevin Owens
Johnny Gargano starts against Chad Gable. Gable quickly takes Gargano down and applies a side headlock. Gargano gets to his feet and whips him off, but Gable shoulder tackles him down. Gargano leapfrogs him and hits a hurricanrana. Gargano then hits a wheelbarrow arm drag and a dropkick. Otis is tagged in, so Gargano gets the crowd fired up for Kevin Owens to be tagged in. Owens locks up with Otis and applies a side headlock. Otis whips him off and absorbs a shoulder tackle. Owens tries again for the same result. Owens then dropkicks him back. Gable tags back in, so Owens punches him before sending him to the ropes for a back elbow. Owens hits a senton splash and comes off the second rope with a moonsault for a two-count. Gargano tags in and jumps on Owens’ back. Owens hits a senton splash with Gargano on his back onto Gable for a near fall. Gargano hits Gable with a slingshot spear, but Otis blind tagged in. Otis presses Gargano up and hits a World’s Strongest Slam!
We come back from the break to see Otis power Gargano into his corner. Gable tags in, but Gargano drops him out of the ring and sidesteps Otis. Gargano nearly gets to Owens, but Gable cuts him off. Gargano gets out of an ankle lock and kicks him in the face. Owens tags in and unloads on Gable with strikes. Owens hits an inverted atomic drop and a clothesline. Owens knocks Otis off the apron before avalanching Gable and hitting another clothesline. The crowd gives Owens a great ovation. Owens tells Gable to “suck it” before hitting a cannonball in the corner. Owens hits a vicious pump-handle neckbreaker on the knee for a near fall. Owens goes to the top rope for a Swanton Bomb, but Gable gets the knees up.
Gable goes to the top rope for a moonsault, but he lands on his feet when Owens moves. Gable blocks a superkick and goes for a German Suplex, but Owens gets out. Gable gets out of a Stunner, but Owens comes right back with a Sharpshooter. Gable screams in pain, but Otis runs in and clotheslines Owens in the back of the head. Gargano tags back in and dropkicks Otis off the apron. Gable grabs Gargano, but Owens blind tags in. Gargano kicks Gable and lawn-darts him into the top turnbuckle. Owens follows up with a Swanton Bomb for a near fall. Owens cannot believe it. Owens goes for a Pop-up Powerbomb, but Gable gets out and gives him a German Suplex onto his neck!
Gargano tags in and kicks Gable. Gable hits a northern lights suplex followed by an exploder. Otis tags in and grabs Gargano in the electric chair. Gable tags back in. They hit a super bulldog, but Owens breaks up the pin. Otis clotheslines Owens and avalanches him. Otis then clotheslines Owens at ringside. Otis clears the top of the commentary table and charges Owens, but Owens sends him into the ring post. Owens hits two superkicks, leaving Otis on the commentary table. Owens climbs onto the barricade and hits a flying elbow drop to destroy the table!
In the ring, Gable hits a throat thrust. Gargano quickly comes back and takes Gable down. Gargano sets up for the end, but Austin Theory distracts him! Gable attacks Gargano and hits a cliffhanger DDT for a near fall. Gable knocks Gargano out of the ring. Gargano avoids a Money in the Bank briefcase shot and superkicks him. Gable pulls Gargano to the apron, but Gargano quickly hits One Final Beat for the win!
Winners by Pinfall: Johnny Gargano and Kevin Owens
AJ Styles is walking backstage when he passes another of Miz’s security guards, who is knocked out. Kevin Patrick asks Styles why he didn’t want to join the Judgment Day. Styles says he’s been on his own for a while. Finn Bálor walks up to him. Judgment Day has achieved so much, but together they can change the business again. Bálor says Styles has a match with Sami Zayn tonight. Zayn will have Solo Sikoa in his corner, so Bálor offers to watch his back. Styles says he’ll watch his own back.
Elsewhere backstage, Omos is walking alongside MVP. He’ll be in action next.
Royal Rumble Moment: “Stone Cold” Steve Austin wins the 1998 Royal Rumble
Austin Theory is furious with Alpha Academy backstage. Chad Gable says Otis hasn’t been the same since that “2-ton doofus” beat him on SmackDown. Theory’s phone rings. It’s for Gable. Gable puts it on speakerphone. It’s Braun Strowman. Strowman says he’s going to beat him in his hometown of St. Paul next week on Raw. That way, they won’t have to fly his body home for his funeral. Gable looks terrified.
2-on-1 Handicap Match
Omos vs. Joey Gibson and Greg Lester
Omos grabs both guys (who don’t have names yet) and powers them over the top rope. Omos whips one of them into the steel steps before dropping the other on the apron and big booting him. Omos throws that guy into the ring and avalanches him. The guy that went into the steel steps is pulled into the ring the hard way. That guy’s name is Joey Gibson. Omos shoulder tackles Gibson down. Omos grabs the other guy and gives him a tree slam. Gibson gets a tree slam, as well, and Omos steps on the other guy for the victory.
Winner by Pinfall: Omos
MVP shouts to Omos, and he lays both guys on the table. The other is named Greg Lester. Omos then stands over them on the commentary table.
The Miz is walking backstage when he sees the entire Miz-Force down in a pile. Miz flips out. A mannequin dressed as an Edmonton Oiler is revealed to be Dexter Lumis. Miz realizes it, but it’s too late. Lumis hits him in the midsection with the tip of a hockey stick and breaks it over his back. Lumis chokes Miz out and cradles his unconscious body.
Replays are shown of what just happened with Dexter Lumis and The Miz.
Nikki A.S.H. is already in the ring. She’ll be facing Candice LeRae!
Nikki A.S.H. vs. Candice LeRae
LeRae blocks a kick and sweeps Nikki down. LeRae dropkicks her out of the ring. LeRae goes for a baseball slide, but Nikki traps her in the ring apron and strikes away at her. Nikki gets LeRae into the ring and clubs the back. Nikki poses, so LeRae rolls her up for a one-count. LeRae chops and punches her back to the corner before backing up. LeRae hits a running back elbow and hits a thrust kick. LeRae connects with a backstabber before going to the second rope. Nikki cuts her off, but LeRae fights back. LeRae hits a swinging neckbreaker off the second rope for the win!
Winner by Pinfall: Candice LeRae
Nikki A.S.H. bawls in the corner of the ring and takes her mask off. Candice LeRae celebrates and goes up the ramp.
Video Package: Roman Reigns vs. Logan Paul at WWE Crown Jewel
Coming up next, AJ Styles battles Sami Zayn.
Finn Bálor is talking with The Judgment Day backstage. Bálor assures them that AJ Styles will come around. Kevin Patrick asks Damian Priest if he’ll be holding back on his former friend Matt Riddle. Rhea Ripley asks what is up with the “dumbass” questions. Priest says Riddle is a former friend. He won’t be holding back at all. They run Raw. The only thing Riddle runs is his brain into the clouds. Riddle isn’t a viper or a cage fighter anymore. He sure as hell isn’t Priest’s friend. Riddle will fall while the Judgment Day will rise.
Replays are shown from SmackDown of Roman Reigns making Sami Zayn an Honorary Uce.
Sami Zayn w/ Solo Sikoa vs. AJ Styles
The bell rings, and they circle the ring before Zayn goes to the corner. They lock up, and Zayn applies a side headlock. Zayn then throws him down and holds up one finger. Zayn talks a little trash, so Styles hits a kip-up hurricanrana. Styles follows up with a dropkick before chopping him in the corner. Styles bounces Zayn off the top turnbuckle before hitting a backbreaker. Styles hits a knee drop for a two-count. Styles punches Zayn and hits the ropes, but Zayn hits a back body drop for a one-count. Zayn bounces him off the top turnbuckle and goes to the second rope for a diving elbow to the head for another one-count. Zayn throws Styles out of the ring. Zayn bounces Styles off the LED apron before hitting a springboard moonsault to the floor! Zayn gets Styles in the ring for a near fall.
Styles soon fights back and takes it to Zayn. Styles hits an ushigoroshi before going for a Styles Clash. Zayn fights it, but Styles blocks a big boot. Styles hits a torture rack bomb for a near fall. Zayn rolls out of the ring to recover. Solo Sikoa stands next to him. Styles hits a forearm plancha on Zayn and stares at Sikoa.
We come back from the break to see Zayn attempting to suplex Styles. Styles counters into a suplex attempt, but Zayn counters that counter into a neckbreaker. During the break, Styles hit a sliding knee. Later, Zayn sent Styles sternum-first into the turnbuckles. Back to live action, Styles knocks Zayn back and tries for a Phenomenal Forearm. Zayn avoids it and goes for an exploder into the corner, but Styles counters into a roll-up for a two-count. Styles then gives Zayn a suplex into the turnbuckles.
Zayn rolls out of the ring to recover. Styles grabs him and puts him in the ring. Styles then turns to Sikoa and talks a little trash. Styles gets in the ring, and Zayn hits a big boot followed by a Blue Thunder Bomb for a near fall. Zayn punches Styles in the corner and puts him on the top rope. Styles punches Zayn down, but Zayn quickly comes back with an orange crush for a near fall.
Styles rolls out of the ring to recover. Zayn sends Styles headfirst into the ring post twice before throwing him into the timekeeper’s area. Styles manages to make it back into the ring at nine. Zayn looks frustrated. Styles catches him with an inside cradle for a two-count. They trade punches in the center of the ring. Zayn boots him, so Styles hits a Pele Kick. Both men are down.
Back from the break, Zayn hits an exploder into the turnbuckles. Zayn sets up for a Helluva Kick, but Styles rolls out of the ring. Styles gets back in the ring and catches Zayn in a Calf Crusher. Zayn screams in pain, but he makes it to the bottom rope to break the hold. Zayn hits a jawbreaker to knock him back. Styles goes for a sunset flip but tries to transition into a Styles Clash. Zayn fights it and drops him on the apron. Styles knocks Zayn back, but Zayn holds the hair. The referee admonishes Zayn. As he does, Solo Sikoa grabs Styles and gives him a sambo suplex onto the apron. Sikoa puts him in the ring. Zayn hits a Helluva Kick for the victory.
Winner by Pinfall: Sami Zayn
Sami Zayn and Solo Sikoa celebrate at ringside. AJ Styles is bleeding from the cheek.
The Judgment Day makes their way to the ring. Finn Bálor says he can’t help but think if AJ Styles had accepted his offer from earlier, things would have gone a little differently. Bálor gets in the ring with the rest of Judgment Day surrounding the way. Bálor says he’ll give him another opportunity to rise up with the Judgment Day. Bálor puts the horns up. Styles teases it but instead flips him off. Bálor attacks Styles, and the rest of Judgment Day joins in. Bálor puts a steel chair around Styles’ head and teases stomping it, but he stops. Bálor says he could’ve ended him, but that’s not what friends do. The Judgment Day stands tall.
Coming up next, Damian Priest will take on Matt Riddle.
John Cena enters the Guinness Book of World Records with 650 wishes granted through the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Amazing.
Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair is backstage with Alexa Bliss and Asuka. Candice LeRae comes up and hopes Belair shuts Bayley up at Extreme Rules. Damage CTRL comes up and gets in their faces. LeRae challenges Dakota Kai. Bayley says she’ll have to wait until next week. As for Belair, she’ll see her at Extreme Rules.
Next week on Raw, we’ll see the following matches:
— Braun Strowman vs. Chad Gable
— Johnny Gargano vs. Otis
— Candice LeRae vs. Dakota Kai
Damian Priest w/ The Judgment Day vs. Matt Riddle
The bell rings, and the crowd chants, “Bro.” They lock up, and Priest powers Riddle to the corner. Riddle fights out of the corner and powers Priest back. Priest then throws him down. They lock up again, and Riddle applies a body scissor. Riddle goes for a Kimura, but Priest fights it. Priest counters into a slam attempt, but Riddle counters into a sleeper hold. Priest then hits a backpack senton. Riddle quickly comes back with another sleeper attempt, but Priest gets to the ropes. Riddle avoids a back elbow, and they circle the ring. Riddle hits a headlock takeover, but Priest soon grapevines the head. Riddle fights out and goes for a kick, but Priest avoids it. They shove each other before ducking a bunch of strikes. Riddle hits him in the rear end and kips up. Riddle hits a gutwrench suplex followed by a Broton for a one-count. Priest fights back and takes him down before punching away at him. Priest throws Riddle to the corner, but Riddle catches him with a triangle and pulls him over the top rope. Bálor pulls Priest out of the way and takes a big kick from Riddle. Riddle turns and dives at Priest, but Priest catches him. Priest hits a Broken Arrow on the barricade!
We come back from the break to see Priest applying a surfboard stretch. Riddle fights up and hits a Ripcord Knee. Priest fights him off, but Riddle comes right back with an exploder. Priest rolls out of the ring, so Riddle hits a kick to the chest. Riddle hits a scary springboard Floating Bro to the floor. Riddle gets Priest in the ring and hits a powerbomb followed by a vicious knee to the face for a near fall. Riddle goes to the top rope, but Priest shoves him off the top rope into the barricade. Riddle holds his ribs in pain.
Priest goes to ringside and picks Riddle up before throwing him into the barricade.
Back from the final break of the evening, Priest knocks Riddle off the ropes. Riddle quickly scales the ropes and hits a fisherman’s superplex. Riddle rolls over and covers for a near fall. Priest grabs him by the hair and forearms him. Riddle fights back, but Priest responds with some strikes. Priest quickly uppercuts him, and Riddle rocks him with a knee. Priest blocks another knee and claps the ears. Riddle takes him down to his knees with a kick to the head. Priest quickly pushes him to the corner, so Riddle tries to slingshot over him. Priest catches him, but Riddle slides off and hits Bro Derek for a near fall.
Riddle goes to the top rope, but Rhea Ripley distracts him. Priest attacks Riddle and hits a vicious lariat. Priest hits a big flatliner for a near fall. Priest is irate. Riddle flips out of South of Heaven and goes for an RKO, but Priest avoids it. Priest tries to springboard off the ropes, but Riddle knees him. Riddle is again distracted before trying for an RKO. Priest gets him in the torture rack position, but Riddle counters into a cradle for the victory!
Winner by Pinfall: Matt Riddle
The Judgment Day immediately attacks him and triple-teams him. Priest hits Riddle with South of Heaven. All of a sudden…
“You think you know me?”
Edge charges down to the ring to a HUGE ovation! Edge gets in the ring and Spears down Priest. Edge then stares irately at Dominik Mysterio before Rhea Ripley pulls him out of the ring. Edge then hits Finn Bálor with a Spear.
Edge says they have tried to finish him over and over again, but he always comes back. Even if it takes him nine years, he comes back. Tonight, he got to come back in Edmonton in his country. Edge doesn’t quit. Edge wants to challenge Finn Bálor at Extreme Rules for the first time ever. Edge versus Finn Bálor in an I Quit Match!