WWE Raw Results
September 18, 2023
Salt Lake City, Utah (Delta Center)
Commentary: Michael Cole and Wade Barrett
Results by: Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com
“Then. Now. Forever. Together.” The WWE video leads us into the show.
We go live into the Delta Center to see a fired-up crowd.
“Wrestling has more than one royal family.”
“The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes makes his way to the ring dressed to compete. He’ll be facing NXT North American Champion “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio.
Tonight’s main event will see “Main Event” Jey Uso battle Drew McIntyre. McIntyre still blames Uso for costing him the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship a year ago at WWE Clash at the Castle. Ricochet will also face Shinsuke Nakamura. NXT Women’s Champion Becky Lynch will defend her newly won title in an open challenge.
Rhodes stands in the ring and smiles as the crowd chants his name. Rhodes holds the microphone and says, “So, Salt Lake City, whattaya wanna talk about?” Last week, he was interrupted, so he would really like to talk about “Main Event” Jey Uso.
NXT North American Champion “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio’s music immediately hits to interrupt him. Mysterio walks out to the stage and starts to speak, but the crowd boos him down. Mysterio says once “Main Event” Jey Uso joins the Judgment Day, they’ll continue to be the most dominant faction in all of WWE. Mysterio shouts at the crowd. Mami isn’t here tonight because she was injured by Nia Jax last week, but she’ll be back soon and better than ever. After he beats Rhodes tonight, he’ll dedicate his victory to Rhea Ripley. Mysterio is in the ring.
Rhodes asks the crowd if they heard Mysterio, and they shout, “No!” Rhodes gives him another chance to speak, but Mysterio won’t talk. Rhodes reiterates that Mysterio is going to dedicate his victory to Mami. Maybe that’s the thing that will do it. Maybe it will impress Ripley enough that she’ll finally define their relationship. Rhodes says it seems like he’s far more into her than she’s into him. All this dedication to Mami… what’s the deal? It also seems like Mami has eyes for Jey Uso. Mysterio isn’t happy. Mysterio says it’s not like that at all. They’re all family. Once Jey Uso joins the Judgment Day, he’ll know what it’s like to have a family. A family always has each other’s backs.
The Judgment Day’s music hits. Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions Finn Bálor and Damian Priest make their way to the ring.
NXT Superstar Dragon Lee is at ringside. He’ll face “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio for the NXT North American Championship next week on Raw.
“The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes vs. NXT North American Champion “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio w/ Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions Finn Bálor and Damian Priest
The bell rings, and they circle the ring. Mysterio shoves him and talks trash. Rhodes kicks him in the midsection and uppercuts him. Rhodes pulls Mysterio up for a beautiful delayed front suplex. Rhodes then locks the NXT North American Champion in the legendary Figure Four Leglock. Mysterio quickly gets to the ropes to break the hold. Rhodes puts him in the corner and chops the chest. Rhodes has a whip to the opposite corner reversed and rolls up the turnbuckles before landing on the apron. Rhodes knocks Mysterio back. Mysterio grabs the referee to distract him. Finn Bálor pulls Rhodes off the apron. Bálor laughs and fist-bumps Damian Priest.
Mysterio gets Rhodes in the ring and stomps away at him in the corner before flexing his muscles. Mysterio starts up the Three Amigos. They mistime the second one. I think Rhodes thought he was supposed to counter out, but it was too early. Rhodes counters before the third one is hit, and he drops Mysterio with a Cody Cutter. Rhodes follows up with the Cross Rhodes and stares at Balor and Priest while covering Mysterio for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: “The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes
Bálor, Priest, and Mysterio stand on the apron and stare at Rhodes, who is alone in the ring. Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn run down to even up the odds. The Judgment Day gets off the apron and backs away. They leave through the crowd.
Rhodes leaves and starts to take selfies with fans. Kevin Owens gets on the microphone and tells the production crew to cut Rhodes’ music. Owens asks him to return to the ring because they have to talk. Rhodes wonders what it’s about.
“The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes is in the ring with Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn. Owens says Jey Uso is back on Raw because of Rhodes. Rhodes says that is correct. Owens says he doesn’t need to go into details about what Jey Uso did to a lot of people back in the locker room when he was part of the Bloodline. Rhodes is well aware. All he wants is for Rhodes to tell him why he thought it was a good idea to bring Jey Uso into their locker room on Monday Night Raw. A lot of people need to hear it. Owens wants Rhodes to enlighten them.
Rhodes says a lot of people need to hear it, but there are a lot of people in the crowd who probably know why. Rhodes has had a lot of roles, tasks, and duties. His job is to make the people happy. The crowd cheers. He’ll answer Owens’ question, but he first asks the crowd if they like Jey Uso. They cheer. Owens is looking at someone who has received a lot of second chances. Jey is one of the best in the world and deserves a second chance. They should give him the chance to show that he’s changed. Not to mention the Bloodline, who they are all very familiar with, are now down a member. What’s bad about that?
Sami Zayn says he doesn’t want to pile on, but Owens has always taken a bit more time to warm up to people. Zayn is the opposite. Maybe he trusts people too quickly. Still, he’s been through a lot with Jey Uso. Owens doesn’t have to give him a second chance, but Zayn thinks he should. Owens has given him second chances and vice versa. Because of that, they won the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Titles in the main event of WrestleMania. That doesn’t happen without a second chance.
Owens sees where this is going. If Zayn wants to pretend that Jey Uso is a huge reason why he didn’t win the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion at Elimination Chamber, he’ll do that. If Rhodes wants to pretend that Jey Uso wasn’t a big reason why he didn’t leave WrestleMania as champion, he’ll do that. Jey Uso cost him five title matches against Roman Reigns. Owens will even pretend that Jey Uso is not one shade of eyeliner removed from joining the Judgment Day. Owens can’t trust Jey Uso but trusts Rhodes and Zayn, so he hopes they’re right. Owens walks off on them.
Replays are shown of Jey Uso accidentally superkicking Kevin Owens last week on Raw, which cost them a match against the Judgment Day. Owens was furious with Uso.
Video Package: Nia Jax attacks Raquel Gonzalez to cost her the Women’s World Championship against Rhea Ripley last week on Raw. After the match, Jax viciously attacked Ripley and flattened her with a Banzai Drop.
Michael Cole announces that Raquel Rodriguez suffered whiplash at the hands of Nia Jax. Rhea Ripley is suffering from bruised ribs from the attack.
Michael Cole mentions that they advertised a 2-out-of-3 Falls Match, but earlier today, WWE Official Adam Pearce explained that it couldn’t happen. Pearce told the New Day that Erik was not medically cleared to compete. Kofi Kingston won a Rock-Paper-Scissors Match against Xavier Woods to face Ivar.
Kofi Kingston vs. Ivar w/ Valhalla
The bell rings, and Kingston quickly goes for a headlock takeover, but Ivar doesn’t go down. Ivar knocks Kingston back and shoulder tackles him. Ivar hits the ropes, but Kingston leapfrogs him twice and knocks him back with a back elbow. Kingston avalanches him in the corner. Kingston charges again, but Ivar stops him with a seated senton out of the corner. Ivar punches Kingston back and elbows him in the corner. Ivar viciously whips him to the opposite corner. The crowd chants, “Let’s go, Kofi!” Kingston punches Ivar back, but Ivar reverses a whip to the corner. Ivar charges, but Kingston hits a pendulum kick. Kingston comes off the top rope with a diving clothesline. Kingston chops the chest and hits a dropkick before taking him down with a leaping clothesline. Kingston goes for a Boom Drop, but Ivar moves. Ivar knocks Kingston back, but Kingston quickly drops him with a roundhouse kick to the skull for a two-count. Kingston charges, but Ivar hits a back body drop over the top rope. Ivar comes off the apron with a splash to the floor! Valhalla screams at Kingston.
We come back from the break to see Kingston punching away at Ivar. Kingston hits the ropes, but Ivar flattens him with a sidewalk slam before hitting a low cross-body block. Ivar heads to the top rope and dives, but he crashes on the mat when Kingston rolls out of the way.
Kingston heads to the second rope and splashes Ivar as he attempts to get up. Kingston covers for a two-count. Ivar quickly throws Kingston to the corner, but he springboards off the top rope with a cross-body block for a two-count. Ivar gets to his feet and big boots Kingston down. Kingston quickly retaliates with an SOS for a near fall. Kingston hits the ropes and hits a penalty kick before hitting a Boom Drop. Kingston signals for the end. Ivar ducks Trouble in Paradise. Kingston avoids a heel kick and goes for an SOS. Ivar fights out and hits a double underhook sit-out powerbomb for a near fall!
Ivar pulls Kingston up and crushes him with a spin kick for a near fall. Kingston crawls to the corner and sits there. Ivar annihilates Kingston with a Bronco Buster. Ivar heads to the second rope, but Valhalla calls out to him. Ivar climbs to the top rope and hits a MOONSAULT on Kingston for a near fall! Wow! Valhalla is in shock, as is Kingston. Ivar angrily puts Kingston on the top rope and sets up for a superplex, but Kingston clubs the back to fight it. Kingston then hits Ivar with a sunset flip powerbomb. Kingston takes out Ivar with Trouble in Paradise for the win!
Winner by Pinfall: Kofi Kingston
Replays are shown of Shinsuke Nakamura viciously attacking Ricochet last week on Raw. Nakamura told World Heavyweight Champion Seth “Freakin” Rollins that he will take his title some other time.
Jackie Redmond is backstage with “The Highlight of the Night” Ricochet. She asks if he has any final comments before facing Shinsuke Nakamura. Ricochet says Nakamura is making a mistake by thinking that he’s a mind game for Rollins. If Nakamura wants to play games, Ricochet is a cheat code. Tonight, it’s game over.
Shinsuke Nakamura makes his way to the ring. He’ll face Ricochet next.
Before we go to commercial, World Heavyweight Champion Seth “Freakin” Rollins’ music hits. WWE Official Adam Pearce stands in his way, and security holds Rollins back. Rollins escapes and charges the ring, but Nakamura casually gets out. Rollins chases, but Nakamura evades him. Rollins is held back by security and is irate.
Replays are shown of World Heavyweight Champion Seth “Freakin” Rollins’ failed attack on Shinsuke Nakamura.
Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Ricochet
The bell rings, and Ricochet quickly backs Nakamura to the corner before giving a clean break. They lock up, and Nakamura quickly backs into the ropes. The referee tries to separate them, but Nakamura winds up dropping Ricochet with a kick to the face. Nakamura throws Ricochet headfirst into the turnbuckle and stomps him. Nakamura sets Ricochet up and hits a stiff kick to the chest. Nakamura kicks him in the chest again. Ricochet blocks a third kick and hits a head-scissor takeover followed by a dropkick. Ricochet covers, but Nakamura grabs the bottom rope at one. Ricochet stomps him in the corner and backs up. Ricochet lifts Nakamura, but Nakamura slides off. Ricochet elbows him and hits the ropes for a handspring maneuver, but Nakamura (sort of) hits a sliding kick to the head. Nakamura lays Ricochet on the top rope and hits a running knee to the ribs for a two-count. Nakamura drops a knee for a two-count.
Ricochet fights out of a suplex and elbows him. Ricochet hits the ropes, but Nakamura knees him in the ribs before kicking him in the chest. Nakamura applies a grounded abdominal stretch. Ricochet fights out and kicks Nakamura down before hitting a standing moonsault for a two-count. Nakamura fights back and chops Ricochet in the corner. Nakamura puts a foot on the throat before whipping Ricochet to the corner. Nakamura goes for a sliding German Suplex, but Ricochet avoids it. Ricochet takes Nakamura out at ringside with a moonsault block.
We come back from the break to see Nakamura sauntering around the ring with Ricochet down in the corner. Nakamura charges, but Ricochet pops out with a Busaiku Knee Kick. During the commercial break, Nakamura viciously dropkicked Ricochet in the corner. Back to live action, Ricochet punches away at Nakamura. Nakamura reverses a whip, but Ricochet floors him with a handspring back elbow. Ricochet hits a standing shooting star press for a two-count. Nakamura quickly lays Ricochet on the top rope, but Ricochet avoids a knee. Ricochet kicks him in the head and hits a springboard cross-body block for a near fall.
Ricochet charges Nakamura in the corner, but Nakamura puts him on the ropes and boots him to the apron. Nakamura kicks Ricochet’s legs out from under him. Nakamura grabs a steel chair, but Ricochet fights it away and hits Nakamura in the back with it.
Winner by Disqualification: Shinsuke Nakamura
Ricochet is upset with the referee’s decision and gets in the ring to say that Nakamura brought the chair in. Nakamura chop blocks the knees and hits a Kinshasa to the back of the head. Nakamura drags Ricochet to the corner and grabs the steel chair. Nakamura smashes the chair on Ricochet’s ankle against the ring post a few times.
All of a sudden, World Heavyweight Champion Seth “Freakin” Rollins runs in through the crowd and attacks Nakamura. Rollins gets Nakamura in the ring and sets up for a Pedigree. Nakamura counters with a back body drop, and Rollins lands with his broken back on the steel chair. They brawl at ringside, and Nakamura slams Rollins on the commentary table. Security pulls Nakamura to the back.
The 2024 Royal Rumble is coming to Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida on January 27.
Replays are shown of the brawl between Shinsuke Nakamura and Seth “Freakin” Rollins, culminating with Nakamura again attacking Rollins’ broken back. Rollins had to be helped to the back during the commercial break.
We go backstage to see World Heavyweight Champion Seth “Freakin” Rollins hardly able to stand. He’s helped into the trainer’s room.
Byron Saxton is backstage with WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Chelsea Green and Piper Niven. Green says Shayna Baszler and Zoey Stark are not a real team. What makes a great team is friendship. Niven says they’re not friends and asks Green where she is from. Green thinks Niven is from Florida. Saxton tells Green that Niven is from Scotland. Green pretends like she knows that and chases after Niven.
Non-Title Tag Team Match
Shayna Baszler and Zoey Stark vs. WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Chelsea Green and Piper Niven
Zoey Stark starts against Chelsea Green. Green takes it to Stark, but Stark soon takes her down and hits a springboard twisting senton for a two-count. Shayna Baszler tags in and takes Green down. Baszler plays around a bit with Green and mugs at Stark, who smirks back. Stark tags in. Green knocks Stark back. Niven pulls Green away from an attack. Green comes off the top rope with a missile dropkick for a two-count. Piper Niven tags in and hits a shoulder-breaker for a two-count. Green tags in, but Stark fights her. Green kicks her in the face and hits a step-up enzuigiri. Green hits the ropes, but Stark superkicks her. Niven breaks up the pin. Baszler knees Niven in the face and brawls with her at ringside. Niven hits Baszler with a scoop slam.
All of a sudden, Nia Jax appears at ringside and shoves Niven into the ring post before whipping her into the steps. Jax gets in the ring and hits Stark with a Samoan Drop before hitting a senton splash. Green gets up, but Jax throws her across the ring into the corner. Jax hits a running hip attack. Jax avalanches Baszler, her former tag partner, in the corner. Jax then crushes Baszler with an Annihilator (Banzai Drop) before slapping her. Jax blows kisses to the crowd as they boo. Jax says the division is on notice.
WWE Official Adam Pearce is on the phone. Chad Gable comes up and asks how Seth “Freakin” Rollins is. Pearce says he’ll be ok. Gable asks about another Intercontinental Championship match against Gunther. Pearce says it was a career-making performance, but he’s got to earn another shot. Bronson Reed walks up and says Gable has to go to the back of the line. Gable says he’s made a career suplexing big guys like Reed. They get into an argument, and Pearce says they’ll have a match next.
The Rock’s return on SmackDown drew over 103,000,000 views on social media.
Video: The Rock and Pat McAfee make a surprise appearance on this past Friday’s SmackDown.
Chad Gable makes his way to the ring alongside Otis and Maxxine Dupri. He’ll face Bronson Reed next.
“Main Event” Jey Uso is backstage with Jackie Redmond. She asks about the lack of a warm welcome to Raw. Uso says he and Drew McIntyre have a history, and he’ll show him what he’s about. Damian Priest walks up and asks for a moment. Priest says he wants “Main Event” Jey Uso in the Judgment Day. It’s not his decision, though. They’re a family. It’s not a dictatorship. Priest says the Bloodline and their blood make them relatives. The Judgment Day is different. They could be the family Jey has been looking for his whole life. Priest just asks that Uso not make him look bad in front of his family. They need an answer by the end of the night. Priest walks off.
Chad Gable w/ Alpha Academy vs. “Big” Bronson Reed
They lock up, and Reed quickly takes him down a few times. Gable goes for a takedown, but Reed powers him up. Gable slides away and hits a pair of running forearms that stumble him. Reed drops him on the apron, but Gable knocks him back. Gable hits a missile dropkick and sets up for a German Suplex. Reed fights it and elbows him in the face. Reed avalanches Gable in the corner and hits a snap powerslam. Reed takes it to Gable and whips him sternum-first into the corner. Reed talks trash and clubs the back. Gable punches back, but Reed cuts him off with a right hand. Gable flips through a back suplex and strikes away at him. Reed pushes him to the corner, but Gable boots him back. Reed grabs him by the throat and presses him over his head. Reed throws Gable into the ring post before knocking him off the apron!
We return from the break to see Gable fight up from a chinlock. Gable goes for a chop block, but Reed doesn’t go down. Gable charges, but Reed viciously clotheslines him down for a two-count. Reed puts him on the top rope, but Gable applies an armbar while hanging over the top rope. Gable stuns Reed and punches away at him before hitting a somersault kick. Gable goes to the top rope and connects with a diving head-butt for a near fall. Gable sets up for Chaos Theory, but Reed gets out and avalanches him down. Reed goes for a senton splash, but Gable gets the knees up. Gable goes for a German Suplex, but his knee gives out. Reed gets Gable on his back and hits a backpack senton! Reed goes to the top rope and hits a Tsunami for the win!
Winner by Pinfall: “Big” Bronson Reed
Tommaso Ciampa is shown backstage. He says in life you have to create your own opportunities. Gunther has what he wants, and he’s going to take it. Ciampa chose Imperium for this reason.
Video Package: Becky Lynch defeated Tiffany Stratton on WWE NXT to win the NXT Women’s Championship.
NXT Women’s Champion Becky Lynch will be in action next. She fist-bumps Akira Tozawa backstage.
Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn are talking when Jey Uso walks up and asks if Owens has something to say to him. Owens says it’s just a matter of time before he joins the Judgment Day. Owens doesn’t trust him. Zayn tells them to calm down. Owens says he won’t trust Jey whether he joins the Judgment Day or not. Owens walks off. Zayn wishes Jey luck on the decision he has to make tonight.
NXT Women’s Champion Becky Lynch makes her way to the ring. Lynch says, “The Man has come around to Salt Lake City!” She is now the NXT Women’s Champion. That wasn’t on her bingo card for this year, but you have to take the opportunities as they come. Lynch says she didn’t want to just be a Grand Slam Champion, even though that’s nice, but she also wants to take this title to heights it’s never seen. NXT is about the future and represents hopes and dreams. She wants to face the best of the future. She’ll be on NXT tomorrow, but tonight is Raw. She’s issuing an open challenge.
Natalya answers the challenge. Natalya says no one has worked harder for an opportunity than she has. Eight weeks ago, she took Rhea Ripley to her limit. Lynch says she respects Natalya, but she was hoping to face someone new. Natalya says Lynch stepped over a bunch of new people looking for an opportunity. Natalya calls her a “hypocritical ginger witch” before shoving her. Lynch accepts the challenge.
NXT Women’s Championship
Becky Lynch (c) vs. Natalya
The bell rings, and Natalya quickly sends Lynch into the ring post shoulder-first. Lynch falls to ringside and is in pain.
We come back from the break to see Lynch connect with a diving clothesline. Lynch avalanches her in the corner before hitting a Bexploder for a two-count. Natalya fights out of a Manhandle Slam and connects with a German Suplex. Natalya goes for a Sharpshooter, but Lynch counters with an inside cradle for a two-count. Lynch quickly knees her and kicks her in the face. Lynch heads to the top rope, but Natalya cuts her off. Natalya connects with a superplex for a two-count.
Natalya gets up and goes for the Sharpshooter again. Lynch fights it and pulls her headfirst into the turnbuckles. Lynch goes to the top rope and hits a missile dropkick. Natalya quickly rolls out of the ring, but Lynch flattens her with a baseball slide. Lynch gets her in the ring and goes to the top rope. Natalya moves and hits a discus clothesline for a two-count. They trade roll-ups with Lynch coming out on top.
Winner by Pinfall and still NXT Women’s Champion: Becky Lynch
WWE Official Adam Pearce is backstage talking with Dragon Lee. NXT North American Champion “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio walks in and says he lost to Cody Rhodes because Rhea Ripley wasn’t there. Mysterio blames Pearce for Ripley’s injury because he didn’t punish Nia Jax. Mysterio says Dragon Lee’s mask reminds him of his deadbeat dad. Dragon Lee says he’ll beat him to win the NXT North American Championship next week.
Giovanni Vinci makes his way to the ring alongside Ludwig Kaiser. He’ll face Tommaso Ciampa next.
Giovanni Vinci w/ Ludwig Kaiser vs. Tommaso Ciampa
They lock up before backing into the ropes. The referee backs Vinci up, and Kaiser grabs Ciampa’s leg. Vinci punches Ciampa down. Ciampa fights back with punches and chops. Vinci comes back with a nice back suplex. Ciampa makes a comeback with some punches and a Lou Thesz Press. Ciampa clotheslines him down before hitting a corner clothesline. Ciampa hits the ropes, but Vinci lifts him. Ciampa slides off and hits a neckbreaker. Kaiser goes for a distraction, but Ciampa fights it off. Vinci hits a springboard, but Ciampa knees him out of midair. Ciampa applies a Sicilian Stretch for the submission victory.
Winner by Submission: Tommaso Ciampa
WWE Intercontinental Champion Gunther is angrily watching backstage. Kaiser looks at Vinci with disgust.
Drew McIntyre is looking very focused backstage.
World Heavyweight Champion Seth “Freakin” Rollins is walking backstage when Byron Saxton stops him. Rollins says he’ll do anything to get Shinsuke Nakamura in the ring. Nakamura can name the time, place, and stipulation. Their destinies are now intertwined. Will Nakamura write his legacy, or will Rollins?
Video Package: Jey Uso vs. Drew McIntyre
“Main Event” Jey Uso makes his way to the ring for, what else, the main event.
Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn will face The Judgment Day for the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship next week. We’ll also see “Big” Bronson Reed battle Otis. Finally, will Shinsuke Nakamura accept the challenge of World Heavyweight Champion Seth “Freakin” Rollins? We’ll find out.
“Main Event” Jey Uso vs. Drew McIntyre
They approach each other in the center of the ring. Jey Uso talks a bit and tells him, “Let’s go!” They lock up, and McIntyre shoves him off. McIntyre says if that’s all he’s got, this will be quick. They lock up again, and McIntyre powers him to the corner. Jey ducks a right hand and punches away at the midsection. Jey connects with a step-up enzuigiri. McIntyre reverses a whip to the corner, but Jey puts the brakes on. Jey charges, but McIntyre clotheslines him down. McIntyre puts Jey in the corner and chops him. McIntyre rips Jey’s shirt off and chops his bare chest. McIntyre stomps him down. McIntyre pulls him to his feet, but Jey responds with some punches. McIntyre reverses a whip to the corner, kicks him, and hits a snap suplex for a two-count.
McIntyre continues to strike him until Jey blocks a punch. Jey gets him in the corner and starts the 10 punches. McIntyre fights out and whips him to the corner. McIntyre chops the chest and sends him into the rope. Jey holds the ropes. McIntyre charges, but Jey sends him over the top rope before hitting a suicide dive. Jey gets in the ring and hits a second suicide dive.
The Judgment Day, consisting of Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions Finn Bálor and Damian Prieist, along with NXT North American Champion “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio, make their way to the ring to watch this match closer.
We come back from the break to see McIntyre punching Jey on the top rope. The Judgment Day is at ringside. Jey fights McIntyre, but he bounces back and hits a beautiful top-rope superplex.
Both men are down. They slowly get up and trade punches. Jey peppers him with some punches before McIntyre hits a Glasgow Kiss. Jey soon comes back with an enzuigiri and a Samoan Drop for a near fall. McIntyre rolls out of the ring to recover. Jey goes for a suicide dive, but McIntyre forearms him back. McIntyre heads to the top rope and dives, but Jey moves. McIntyre hits a spinebuster followed by a jackknife pin for a two-count.
McIntyre sends Jey to the corner, but Jey boots him back. McIntyre responds with a neckbreaker before kipping up. McIntyre counts down in the corner. “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio gets on the apron to distract the referee. Priest grabs McIntyre’s feet, but he pulls away. Jey superkicks McIntyre for a near fall. Priest and Bálor tell Jey to do this for the Judgment Day. Priest gets on the apron and talks to Jey before yelling at him. Jey superkicks Priest, Bálor, and Mysterio off the apron! Jey then turns into a Claymore Kick! McIntyre picks up the win!
Winner by Pinfall: Drew McIntyre
The Judgment Day gets in the ring and triple-teams Jey Uso. McIntyre watches from the ramp and looks conflicted. McIntyre then turns his back on Jey. McIntyre walks off, but then stops and thinks about it.
“The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes is a lot less conflicted as he runs down and makes the save for Jey Uso. Rhodes hits Mysterio with Cross Rhodes. The Judgment Day retreats. Rhodes helps Jey up as the show comes to an end.