WWE Monday Night RAW 11 28 2022

WWE Raw Results
November 28, 2022
Norfolk, Virginia (Norfolk Scope Arena)
Commentary: Kevin Patrick and Corey Graves
Results by: Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com

“Then. Now. Forever. Together.” The WWE video leads us into the show.

A video highlights the drama surrounding The Bloodline and Sami Zayn at Survivor Series: WarGames. The Bloodline was victorious with Sami Zayn’s help.

The Usos, Solo Sikoa, and Sami Zayn are shown walking backstage.

“The Man” Becky Lynch kicks off Monday Night Raw

Becky Lynch makes her way to the ring to a good reception. Lynch gets in the ring, and a “Becky” chant picks up. “The Man has come around to Norfolk, Virginia,” exclaims Lynch. Lynch says it’s great to be back and welcomes everyone to Monday Night Raw. She missed everyone. A “Welcome back” chant picks up. Lynch says it’s good to be back and loves the people. She says a man of the people should be with the people. Lynch enters the crowd and starts greeting people and doling out high fives. Lynch talks to a fan named “Bobby.” Lynch gets the crowd to chant his name. Lynch says to Bobby that coming back at WarGames after four months on the bench was grueling, but she wouldn’t have it any other way. Lynch now talks to a fan named Zackary and says she’s ready to go through hell to take care of business. There’s a lot of business to take care of. That’s what The Man does.

In the time she’s been gone, the industry has changed. A lot of new faces have come in, and familiar faces have come back. Lynch can’t wait to slap the heads off every single one of them. It started on Friday on SmackDown with Bayley and continued on Saturday at Survivor Series.

Bayley’s music interrupts her. Bayley gets in the ring and thought Lynch was feeling humble since she’s sitting out there with all the “idiot peasants.” Then Lynch went on and on. Bayley tells the crowd to shut up. Bayley mocks Lynch over bragging about putting her body on the line. A loud “Becky” chant picks up. Bayley says Lynch had one brutal match and gets loved. Bayley has had no respect for what she’s done the past four months. Bayley has had a Ladder Match, a Last Woman Standing Match, and a WarGames match. The idiots have no appreciation for the “Role Model.”

Lynch is still in the crowd and warns her not to call Bobby a peasant. Bayley says, “Hey, Bob, you suck!” Lynch says they do not appreciate Bayley because she lost and keeps losing. Bayley is a loser. Lynch figured she ended this at WarGames, but if she wants a fight, she’ll come to the ring. Bayley says she talks tough from all the way back there.

Bobby shouts, “Go kick her butt, Becky!” Lynch starts to make her way to the ring, but she sees Dakota Kai and IYO SKY (in a neck brace) coming down the steps toward her. Lynch goes after them, but they overwhelm her. Bayley joins in, and they fight into the concession stands. Lynch tries to fight off the three Damage CTRL members and is a bit successful. They never truly get the better of Lynch. The brawl is disbanded when WWE officials and referees run over to break it up.

Video Package (sponsored by “Violent Night”): Mia Yim debuts a few weeks ago on Raw to attack Rhea Ripley on behalf of The O.C.

Rhea Ripley makes her way to the ring alongside Dominik Mysterio.

Rhea Ripley w/ Dominik Mysterio vs. “Michin” Mia Yim

The bell rings, and Ripley smiles at her. They take their time, slowly walking around the ring before approaching one another and locking up. Yim powers Ripley to the corner, and Ripley shoves her off. Yim avoids a big boot and hits a suplex throw. Ripley angrily rolls out of the ring to strategize with Dominik Mysterio. Ripley gets on the apron and into the ring. They lock up, and Ripley knees her in the midsection before taking her down. Ripley powers her to the corner and shoulders away at the midsection. Ripley grabs Yim’s face and talks some trash. Ripley chops the chest, so Yim boots her back. Ripley charges, but Yim catches her with the Tarantula, made famous by Yoshihiro Tajiri. Yim must release before being disqualified. Yim yells at Mysterio at ringside. Ripley gets her back in the ring, but Yim fights back and punches her. Ripley powers her off and attacks, taking Yim down with a vicious clothesline. Mysterio loves what he is seeing at ringside.

Ripley viciously kicks Yim in the ribs. Ripley viciously whips her to the corner, and Yim collapses in pain. Ripley attacks the back and whips her hard to the opposite corner. Ripley taunts the crowd and smirks as she pulls Yim to her feet. Ripley connects with a delayed vertical suplex for a two-count. Ripley mounts her from behind and smashes her face off the canvas. Ripley continues to talk trash and shoves Yim. Yim quickly grabs Ripley and knees her in the head twice before kicking her legs and the chest twice. Yim shouts that Ripley talks too much (a Botchamania reference) and dropkicks her back. Yim charges, but Ripley drops her on the apron. Yim comes right back with a tornado DDT for a near fall.

Ripley gets out of Eat Defeat and goes for a Riptide, but Yim counters with a DDT. A dazed Ripley rolls out of the ring. Yim sets up for a dive, but Dominik Mysterio stands in her way. Yim brings the young Mysterio into the ring the hard way and threatens him. Ripley quickly attacks Yim from behind and punches away at her. Suddenly, AJ Styles charges down to the ring and tackles Mysterio over Ripley! The referee calls for the bell.

No Contest

Styles and Mysterio brawl before Damian Priest and Finn Bálor make their way to the ring. Gallows and Anderson run down to even the odds. The O.C. quickly fights off The Judgment Day. Styles grabs a microphone and asks where they’re going. He thought this was over at Survivor Series, but it ends tonight. Styles wants to fight them right now. A referee comes to the ring.

The O.C. and The Judgment Day begin brawling in the ring before it spills to the floor. Styles wipes Bálor out with a forearm plancha. Karl Anderson sends Dominik Mysterio into the crowd. Luke Gallows gives Damian Priest a body slam on the ramp. Yim sends Ripley into the steel steps.

8-Person Mixed Tag Team Match
The Judgment Day (Finn Bálor, Damian Priest, Dominik Mysterio, and Rhea Ripley) vs. The O.C. (AJ Styles, Luke Gallows, Karl Anderson, and “Michin” Mia Yim)

The bell rings, and Styles and Bálor start it off. Bálor quickly dropkicks Styles and goes for a suplex. Styles blocks it and hits Bálor with a suplex. Styles hits a backbreaker and talks trash. Karl Anderson tags in and bounces Bálor off the turnbuckles. Luke Gallows tags in and hits Bálor with a suplex for a two-count. Gallows uppercuts Bálor and tags Anderson back in. Anderson hits Bálor with a big kick to the chin before tagging Styles back in. Styles hits a corner clothesline and tags Gallows in. Gallows hits an avalanche and puts Bálor on his shoulders. Bálor slides off and quickly tags Damian Priest in. Priest attacks Gallows and punches away at him. Gallows reverses a whip but lowers his head and eats a kick. Priest elbows him and gets out of a suplex. Priest rings his bell and goes for a spinning punch, but Gallows stuns him with a big punch. Gallows avalanches him in the corner and hits the ropes, but Priest stuns him. Gallows fights back with a flapjack and punches away at him in the corner. Gallows goes for a Tree Slam, but Dominik Mysterio distracts him. Priest takes Gallows down and tags Bálor back in. Mysterio tags in and shoulders away at Gallows. Bálor tags back in, but Gallows fights him. Bálor quickly hits a dropkick to the knees and tags Priest in. Priest superkicks Gallows down for a two-count. Anderson tags in and takes it to Priest in the corner. Priest reverses a whip to the opposite corner but misses an avalanche. Anderson kicks Priest down and hits Mysterio with a Double A Spinebuster. Anderson takes Bálor down and hits a senton splash. Priest then flattens Anderson with a vicious clothesline for a two-count.

Anderson is soon taken down by The Judgment Day. Bálor stomps him, and Mysterio tags in to hit a slingshot senton. Bálor tags in and then tags Priest in. Bálor hits a spinebuster and holds Anderson up for Priest to hit a leg drop. Priest picks up a near fall. Ripley tags in, and Priest holds Anderson up. Ripley punches away at Anderson. This is a departure from how WWE mixed-tag rules usually work. Mia Yim should automatically be in. Bálor tags back in and attacks Anderson. Anderson soon catches Bálor with a neckbreaker. Mysterio tags in and stops Anderson from making a tag. Mysterio taunts the crowd. The crowd loudly boos Mysterio. Mysterio hits Anderson with the Three Amigos for a near fall. Bálor tags in and applies a chin lock. Anderson fights up and goes for a tag, but Bálor holds him back. Bálor quickly floors him with a falling elbow drop and covers, but Styles breaks up the pin. Bálor angrily stares at Styles and goes for a Styles Clash on Anderson. Anderson fights out and tags Styles in!

Styles comes in and runs wild on Bálor. Styles takes him down and hits a low forearm. Styles knocks Mysterio off the apron. Gallows then spears Mysterio onto the commentary table. Bálor drops Styles on the apron, but Styles knocks him back. Styles kicks Mysterio away and hits Bálor with a springboard reverse DDT. Ripley breaks up the pin with a kick. Styles blocks a kick from Ripley and yells at her. Bálor quickly rolls Styles up for a two-count. Bálor immediately follows up with a Sling Blade.

Ripley and Yim tag in. Yim chops away at Ripley and hits a pair of dropkicks. Yim hits Ripley with a flapjack. Yim kicks her in the face and gets the crowd fired up. Yim big boots Ripley in the corner before hitting a stiff cannonball. Ripley falls out of the ring. Yim hits the ropes and takes Ripley out with a suicide dive at ringside. Anderson gets in the ring with Mysterio and takes him out. Gallows attacks Priest. Gallows and Anderson go for the Magic Killer on Priest, but Mysterio breaks it up. Priest hits Gallows with South of Heaven. Styles then wipes Priest out with a Phenomenal Forearm. Bálor quickly throws Styles out of the ring and taunts the crowd. Yim gets in the ring and hits Bálor with a scoop slam! The crowd erupts! Yim grabs Mysterio, but Ripley attacks her. Ripley hits Yim with the Riptide for the win!

Winners by Pinfall: The Judgment Day

Earlier today, Byron Saxton caught up with The Street Profits, who are back on Monday Night Raw. They will be facing Alpha Academy tonight. Montez Ford says a lot has changed since they’ve been gone. Chad Gable quickly shooshes them. Otis stands behind him. Gable says he’s been here working and being the best part of Raw since they’ve been gone. This place has been better without them. Gable says he will put Montez Ford back on the shelf for good. Angelo Dawkins says Gable looks like the Elf on a Shelf. Ford says they’ve beaten Alpha Academy before and will do it again. The Street Profits are up, and they want the smoke.

The Bloodline talks about Survivor Series: WarGames

Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos make their way to the ring alongside Sami Zayn and Solo Sikoa. Jimmy Uso says, “The Bloodline is now in your city!” Jey Uso says they went to war at WarGames this past Saturday. It was one of the worst matches of their careers, and they broke some bones, but they’re still standing tall. Jimmy says there are no cracks in The Bloodline for the first time ever. Zayn says someone in the back is a little mad: Kevin Owens. Owens is mad because Sami Zayn is now his dawg. He’s their dawg. Zayn hugs Jimmy. Jey doesn’t look happy. An “Ucey” chant picks up. Zayn says Jimmy Uso has been on his side and truly has been down since day one. As for Jey, Zayn says the last six months haven’t been easy. Zayn says he knows Jey hasn’t liked him a lot of that time. The way Jey accepted him into the family on Saturday was very “Ucey.” From here on out, any Bloodline business they have to handle is on the same page. Jey shakes hands with Zayn and hugs him. The Usos both embrace Zayn. They signal for the stoic Solo Sikoa also to do that.

Kevin Owens’ music hits instead. Zayn warns Owens not to do something stupid, like trying to fight him. Owens says he’s not going to do that. Owens says he totally understands why Zayn did what he did. Owens has turned on Zayn numerous times to get ahead. Owens gets it, but he doesn’t want anything to do with Zayn after Saturday. No more fighting, teaming or riding to shows. Zayn says he feels the exact same way. Zayn is ok with never being in the same room as Owens again. Zayn doesn’t need Owens anymore. Zayn has a family now. Owens is genuinely happy for Zayn over what happened to him these past few months. Now the WWE Universe can see how great Zayn is. Owens has known it for 20 years. However, it doesn’t matter how many times they tell him that he’s in The Bloodline or that he says they’re family. Zayn is not their real blood and never will be.

Jey Uso says he’s got this. Jey says Owens is just mad because he doesn’t have a family around him. If Owens has a problem with Zayn, then he has a problem with Jey Uso. Owens says he’s done with Sami Uso, but he’s not done with Jey Uso. Owens challenges Jey to a match later tonight. Jey says he pinned Owens at WarGames and will do it tonight on Raw. Jey accepts the challenge.

Replays of Damage CTRL viciously attacking Candice LeRae a few weeks ago are shown.

Candice LeRae is walking backstage when Cathy Kelley welcomes her back and asks about facing Dakota Kai tonight. LeRae says she was happy to be on Raw, but Damage CTRL injured her and took her out. LeRae takes the microphone and reintroduces herself to Damage CTRL. She is going to take Dakota Kai out tonight.

The Street Profits make their entrance. They’ll face Alpha Academy next.

-Commercial Break-

Matt Riddle and Elias are interviewed about their tag team success. They want the Tag Team Titles. The Bloodline comes up to them and says they’ll never win the titles. They challenge The Bloodline to put the titles on the line.

Tag Team Match
The Street Profits (Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins) vs. Alpha Academy (Chad Gable and Otis)

Montez Ford starts against Chad Gable. Gable wrenches the arm, but Ford kips up and reverses the pressure. Ford applies an armbar and shouts at Otis. Gable fights out and takes Ford down before applying a side headlock. Otis tags in and clubs away at Ford. Otis puts Ford in the corner and taunts Dawkins. Ford gets away. Gable tags in, but Ford takes him down and applies a headlock. Angelo Dawkins tags in, and he takes Gable down with a vicious club. They go back and forth and exchange arm drags. Dawkins connects with a dropkick for a two-count. Ford tags in and clotheslines Gable down. Otis runs in, but Ford sidesteps him out of the ring. Gable is then sent out of the ring. The Street Profits hit stereo somersault planchas on Alpha Academy! Wow!

-Commercial Break-

We come back from the break to see Gable applying an armbar to Ford. During the commercial, Ford lifted Otis, but Gable chop blocked him down. Back to live action, Ford fights up. Ford knocks Otis back and rolls Gable up, but Otis distracts the referee. Gable quickly hits a throat thrust and shooshes the crowd. Ford shoulders Gable back and forearms Otis. Gable quickly comes back with a northern lights suplex for a two-count. Gable knocks Dawkins off the apron and sizes up Ford. Gable rolls him and goes for a German Suplex, but Ford elbows him off. Ford then gives Gable a DDT. Otis tags in and charges Ford, but he hits the ring post shoulder-first after Ford sidesteps him.

Dawkins tags in and runs over Gable with a twisting elbow. Dawkins attacks Gable in the corner and hits the Silencer, but Otis breaks up the pin. Otis puts Dawkins in the corner, but Dawkins avoids the avalanche. Gable hits a dragon screw on the ropes and hits a bridging German Suplex. Ford just makes it in the ring to break up the pin. Ford flips through a back suplex attempt from Otis and hits Otis with a scoop slam! Wow! Dawkins punches Gable. Ford tags in. Dawkins hits a spinebuster, and Ford comes off the top rope with a massive frog splash for the win!

Winners by Pinfall: The Street Profits

Video Package: Austin Theory wins the United States Championship in a Triple Threat Match against Seth “Freakin” Rollins and Bobby Lashley at Survivor Series: WarGames

We’ll hear from the new United States Champion Austin Theory next.

-Commercial Break-

New United States Champion Austin Theory addresses his victory

United States Champion Austin Theory makes his way to the ring looking very serious. There’s no more cellphone or selfies. Theory gets in the ring and asks, “Who’s the kid, now?” They all wanted to be the nails in the coffin at the end of his career. They said “that kid” had the worst Money in the Bank cash-in of all time and was stupid. Who looks stupid now? Theory says he doesn’t want to ever be called a kid again after what he did at Survivor Series. Theory beat Seth “Freakin” Rollins and “The All Mighty” Bobby Lashley at the same damn time. That makes him a two-time United States Champion. Theory is no long the “next big that.” He has arrived and is the face of Monday Night Raw.

Theory has been thinking about something a lot lately. Since day one, people have had a problem with him. It’s jealousy. Everybody wants to be Austin Theory. All of them see the inevitable. He’s younger, stronger, and better. Theory is the unescapable. The Austin Theory Era begins now.


Seth “Freakin” Rollins makes his way to the ring wearing a WILD, lingerie-type outfit. Rollins gets in the ring and gets in Theory’s face. Theory goes to speak, but Rollins pushes his microphone down. Rollins tells him to shut his mouth and let the people sing. The crowd loudly sings Rollins’ song. Theory asks what happens when someone so young, so talented, and so far ahead of every single person in this industry makes the so-called once upon a time future look like the past. Rollins says Theory may have lucked his way into the United States Championship on Saturday, but that doesn’t change a damn thing. Theory knows deeps down in his soul that Monday nights belong to Rollins.

Before he goes, Rollins has only one thing left to say to Theory: “Congratulations… kid.” Theory is irate. Rollins asks him what is the matter. Rollins says if he wants to fight him, they can do it right here and now. Rollins says, “Give me your best shot, kid!” Theory says he’ll fight Rollins, but only on the champ’s time. Theory says in Rollins’ ear, “But I’m not your damn kid!” Theory walks off, and Rollins looks pleased with himself.

WWE Investigates: Byron Saxton recaps the mental and physical attacks perpetrated by Dexter Lumis against The Miz. Johnny Gargano would then reveal that The Miz initially paid Lumis to attack him to get sympathy for himself, but then he double-crossed Lumis and refused to pay him, causing Lumis to actually attack him. After months, it will culminate tonight. Miz will battle Dexter Lumis tonight in an Anything Goes Match. If Lumis wins, Miz will pay him everything he is owed and will receive a WWE contract.

The Miz battles Dexter Lumis in an Anything Goes Match next.

-Commercial Break-

The Miz is walking backstage and has a bag of money. Miz says the match cannot happen before he reinjured his hand. WWE Official Adam Pearce came up to him and said he knows Miz is lying. Miz will have this match tonight.

Anything Goes Match
Dexter Lumis vs. The Miz

If Dexter Lumis wins, The Miz will pay him everything he’s owed and will receive a WWE contract.

The Miz makes his entrance, but then turns to leave. WWE Official Adam Pearce stops him and takes the bag of money to ringside. Lumis clotheslines Miz on the floor and gets him in the ring. Miz hits Lumis with a kneeling DDT as he gets in the ring.

The bell rings to start the match. Lumis pops up and takes Miz down with a Lou Thesz Press. Lumis punches away at him and hits a falling forearm. Miz rolls out of the ring to recover. Lumis uppercuts Miz at ringside and smashes his face off the LED apron three times. Lumis sends Miz into the commentary table. Adam Pearce is seated at ringside. On a table is the money and the WWE contract Lumis could win. Miz goes for a Skull Crushing Finale on the table, but Lumis shoves him off into the timekeeper’s area.

-Commercial Break-

We come back from the break to see Miz trying to crush Lumis’ skull in a vice. Lumis powers to his feet and scares Miz away. Lumis takes Miz down with an uppercut and takes the vice off. Lumis connects with a spinebuster. They soon begin brawling into the crowd. Miz sets him up against a TV set near the WWE production area, but Lumis sidesteps him. Lumis puts Miz on a table and hits an elbow drop through it. Lumis gets Miz back in the ring, but Miz rolls him up with his feet on the ropes for a near fall. Lumis quickly slams Miz and applies an Anaconda Vice. Miz taps out!

Winner by Submission: Dexter Lumis

Dexter Lumis goes to ringside and signs his WWE contract before taking the bag full of money. Lumis begins handing $100 bills to young fans at ringside. Miz attacks Lumis from behind and steals one of the $100 bills from a youngster. Johnny Gargano sneaks up and superkicks Miz down. Gargano gives the money back to the kid.

Replays are shown of Becky Lynch brawling with Damage CTRL to start the show.

Dakota Kai makes her entrance. She’ll face the returning Candice LeRae next.

-Commercial Break-

WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion Dakota Kai vs. Candice LeRae

We join this match in progress. Kai quickly hits LeRae with a bicycle kick. Bayley and IYO SKY were ejected from ringside during the commercial. LeRae catches Kai with a roll-up for a two-count. Kai quickly takes LeRae down for a two-count. LeRae soon fights back and hits a flatliner on the apron. LeRae hits a missile dropkick for a near fall. LeRae goes for a suicide dive, but Kai punches her back.

-Commercial Break-

We come back from the break to see LeRae attacking Kai in the corner. LeRae grabs the arms and hits a modified German Suplex for a near fall. LeRae elbows her and goes to the second rope. LeRae leaps, but Kai kicks her out of midair for a near fall. Kai hits a big boot in the corner, but misses a running kick. LeRae rolls her up for a two-count. LeRae kicks her in the face a few times and dropkicks her down. LeRae goes for a Lionsault, but Kai moves. They exchange blows before Kai stuns her with a Scorpion Kick. Kai connects with a snap kick for a near fall. Kai cannot believe it.

Kai puts her on the top rope, but LeRae slaps her back. Kai stuns her with a big kick to the head. Kai climbs the ropes, but LeRae catches her with a twisting neckbreaker off the second rope for the win.

Winner by Pinfall: Candice LeRae

Jey Uso is doing pushups in his locker room. The Bloodline is getting him fired up. Jey Uso will face Kevin Owens later tonight.

-Commercial Break-

Video Package: Highlights of the two WarGames matches from this past Saturday

Cathy Kelley is backstage with Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair, Alexa Bliss, and Asuka. Belair is happy this is all over. It started at SummerSlam and ended at Survivor Series. Damage CTRL thought they could take over this division, but Belair holds this division down. Belair is happy with the team she chose. They did what they had to do to finally get it at WarGames. Asuka happily speaks in Japanese. Alexa Bliss looks a little less excited. Bliss then smiles and says Becky Lynch was a great call. Bliss was covering her true feelings.

Kevin Owens makes his entrance. He’ll face Jey Uso next.

-Commercial Break-

Kevin Owens vs. Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champion Jey Uso w/ The Bloodline

Owens attacks Jey and punches him to the corner. Jey fights back, but Owens quickly clubs him down. Owens chops the chest, but Jey punches him back. Owens knocks Jey back and shoulders him in the corner. Jey fights back, but Owens soon hits him with a back elbow. Jey rolls out of the ring to recover. Jimmy Uso goes up to his brother to root him on. Owens attacks Jey and sends him into the barricade before hitting a senton splash! Owens gets to his feet and stares down Solo Sikoa. Owens puts Jey in the ring and blocks a kick. Jey knocks Owens down to the floor with an enzuigiri.

-Commercial Break-

Picture-in-Picture Commercial Break: Jey goes outside and grabs Owens before bouncing him off the commentary table. Jey punches away at Owens and slaps hands with Sami Zayn. Owens grabs Jey and bounces him off the commentary table. Jey gets back in the ring. Owens grabs him, but Jey sends him into the ring post shoulder-first. Jey grabs Owens and whips him hard into the corner. Jey holds his broken hand in pain before the picture-in-picture cuts out.

We come back from the break to see Jey putting one finger up in the air. Owens tackles him and punches away at him. Owens kicks him in the midsection and hits a textbook DDT for a two-count. Owens sets Jey up and goes to the top rope. Owens goes for a Swanton Bomb, but Jey gets the knee up.Jey sends him into the ropes and hits a backbreaker for a two-count. Jey continues to hold his injured hand. Jey punches Owens, but Owens answers with a chop to the chest. Jey backs up to the corner opposite of Owens. Jey charges, but Owens boots him. Owens goes for a suplex, but Jey blocks it. Jey viciously whips Owens to the corner, and Owens collapses in pain. Sami Zayn slaps the ropes in celebration. Jey stomps away at Owens in the corner. Owens reverses a whip to the opposite corner and clotheslines him down. Owens tells Jey to “suck it” before hitting a cannonball. Owens gets to his feet and forearms Jey. Owens punches away at Jey and goes for a whip. Jey reverses the whip, and Owens rolls up the turnbuckles in a violent way before crashing to the mat. Jey covers for a near fall. Jey charges and destroys Owens with a vicious hip attack.

-Commercial Break-

Picture-in-Picture Commercial Break: Jey saunters around the ring a bit. Owens rolls out of the ring to recover. Owens just gets in the ring before being counted out. Jey peppers him with a right hand and talks a little trash. Owens dares Jey to hit him again. Jey obliges, but Owens pops up and punches away at him. Owens has a whip reversed, and Jey takes him down with a spinebuster. Jey punches Owens in the corner and holds his hand in pain once again. Jey puts Owens on the top rope and goes for a superplex, but Owens fights him. Owens head-butts him and hits a Bionic Elbow that sends him crashing to the mat. Owens connects with a Swanton Bomb for a near fall.

We come back from the final break of the evening to see Jey catch Owens with a pop-up neckbreaker. Jey mounts Owens and punches away at him. Jey stomps Owens and walks around a bit. Owens catches him with a right hand, but Jey quickly cuts him off with a right hand. They exchange blows before Jey viciously forearms away at him. Owens quickly pops out of the corner with a clothesline. Owens stomps the spine and goes to the second rope. Jey stuns him with a superkick and goes to the top rope for a superplex attempt. Owens fights it and hits a fisherman’s superplex!

The crowd chants, “This is awesome.” Owens goes to the top rope and connects with a frog splash for a near fall. Owens gets Jey to his feet, but Jey takes him out with a superkick. Both men are down. Owens slowly gets to his feet and charges, but Jey hits a wild superkick for a near fall. Sami Zayn and Jimmy Uso are on the apron arguing with the referee. Owens boots Jey back and goes for a Stunner, but Jey pushes him off. Jey superkicks him once again, and, once again, Owens kicks out! The Bloodline is increasingly getting frustrated with the referee’s count. Jey is incredulous. Owens superkicks him and goes for a Pop-up Powerbomb, but his back gives out! Jey superkicks him and covers, but Owens kicks out again!

Owens rolls out of the ring to recover. Owens knocks Jey back and kicks Jimmy Uso away. The referee backs Jey up, and Solo Sikoa sweeps Owens’ feet. Owens avoids an Uso Splash and hits a Stunner for the win!

Winner by Pinfall: Kevin Owens