WWE Monday Night RAW 04 29 2024

WWE Raw Results: 2024 WWE Draft Night Two
April 29, 2024
Kansas City, Missouri (T-Mobile Center)
Commentary: Michael Cole and Pat McAfee
Results by: Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com

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

Parking Lot

A vehicle drives up to the T-Mobile Center in Kansas City. Out steps United States Champion Logan Paul with IShowSpeed and Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes. The Judgment Day walks up to the trio. World Heavyweight Champion Damian Priest mentions that the United States Championship looks good on Paul. Paul says The Judgment Day is doing a great job, and Priest will destroy Jey Uso on Saturday at Backlash. They all walk into the arena together.

Ringside Area

Michael Cole and Pat McAfee are on microphones and welcome us to the show. Tonight, the show will be shaken up. McAfee talks about how “The Tribal Chief” Roman Reigns withdrew his name from the WWE Draft. McAfee acknowledges him for giving younger stars a chance.

They run down the results of the WWE Draft stemming from SmackDown. All champions are protected on their respective shows. There are Raw and SmackDown Draft “War Rooms.” We also see a shot of the NXT Arena with all the performers watching.

Women’s World Champion Becky Lynch kicks off the show

Women’s World Champion “The Man” Becky Lynch makes her way to the ring to a big ovation. Lynch says, “The Man has come around to Kansas City.” Lynch says she has some history in this city. A lot of people say this is where “The Man” was born. Nearly six years ago, she stood up on the steps with a bloodied face and let everyone know that this was her show now. Now she’s the new Women’s World Champion six years later and is still saying the same damn thing. A “Becky” chant fires up.

Lynch says we are on Night Two of the WWE Draft. The times are changing. We have a whole new division waiting in the wings. It has taken her two years to get back to holding a World Championship. The crowd chants, “You deserve it!” Lynch says she loves the fans. Now that she is holding the title, her instinct is to hold it tight and never let it go. Championships aren’t meant for holding. They’re meant for defending. She says we need to find a new #1 Contender. Lynch wants to fight the best.

Liv Morgan’s music hits to interrupt the new champion. Morgan says if she’s looking for a new #1 Contender, she is here. A “Mami” chant fires up. Morgan gets in the ring and says the very last thing she wanted was for Lynch to hand her a title opportunity, but Lynch owes her one. The truth is that the only reason Lynch won the Women’s World Championship was that Morgan did what Lynch couldn’t do at WrestleMania: take out Rhea Ripley. This is the Liv Morgan Revenge Tour. They both know that the endgame is always going to be Morgan. Morgan won’t stop until she has everything she wants.

Lynch says Morgan is right in that she wouldn’t be holding the title if not for what Morgan did to Rhea Ripley. The interesting thing is that Morgan would be holding the title if not for what Lynch did to her. It’s funny how that works.

Nia Jax’s music hits. She was drafted to SmackDown this past Friday, but she can still appear on Monday Night Raw since rosters don’t go into effect until next Monday. The crowd loudly boos her. Jax says Kansas City is extremely rude for not welcoming the Irresistible Force into their homes. They’re lucky she showed up. Jax says she dominated them both last week and should be the champion. The only reason she isn’t is because Lynch and Morgan teamed up to make sure she wouldn’t be. Luckily, Jax got drafted to the superior show, SmackDown. Jax points out that she is wearing blue tonight. Jax says she will soon be champion, so she’s not worried. Jax gets on the ring apron. Tonight is her last night on Raw. That gets a great ovation. If she’s leaving, she’s taking one of them with her. Morgan dropkicks Jax as she gets in the ring. If Jax is going to make a challenge, Morgan accepts! Jax backs away from the ring.

Parking Lot

#1 Contender for the World Heavyweight Championship “Main Event” Jey Uso is shown arriving at the arena.

Backstage Segment

Stephanie McMahon is backstage with her assistant. Next, she’ll announce the first pick of the second half of the WWE Draft.

-Commercial Break-

WWE Intercontinental Champion Sami Zayn is shown entering the arena earlier today. He’ll defend the title against “Big” Bronson Reed later tonight.

Round One of the 2024 WWE Draft

Stephanie McMahon makes her way out to the stage. McMahon says it’s great to be back in Kansas City. She welcomes everyone to Night Two of the 2024 WWE Draft. With the first pick, Raw selects “The Ring General” Gunther and Ludwig Kaiser. Giovanni Vinci is no longer part of Imperium. A storm is coming to SmackDown. SmackDown selects Jade Cargill.

The SmackDown War Room is shown celebrating their acquisition of Cargill.

With the third pick, Raw selects Damage CTRL – IYO SKY, Asuka, Kairi Sane, and Dakota Kai. The Kabuki Warriors hold the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship, which can be defended on all shows. With the final pick of the First Round, SmackDown selects Kevin Owens.

Complete Round One Results:

— Raw: Imperium (“The Ring General” Gunther and Ludwig Kaiser)
— SmackDown: Jade Cargill
— Raw: Damage CTRL (IYO SKY, Dakota Kai, and WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions The Kabuki Warriors (Asuka and Kairi Sane))
— SmackDown: Kevin Owens

“The Ring General” Gunther and Ludwig Kaiser of Imperium head to the ring.

Replay: Ludwig Kaiser viciously attacked Giovanni Vinci last week on Raw, kicking his head into the ring steps.

“The Ring General” Gunther w/ Ludwig Kaiser vs. Xavier Woods w/ Kofi Kingston

The bell rings to begin the match. Woods circles Gunther, who stays still. Gunther then kicks him in the midsection and clubs the back. Gunther gets him in the corner and goes for a chop, but Woods ducks it. Woods chops the chest. Woods ducks a second chop and applies a side headlock. Gunther whips him off, but Wood is able to avoid a flurry of offense. Woods hits The Ring General and pulls the top rope down to get him out of the ring. Woods goes for a slingshot baseball slide, but Gunther avoids it. Gunther then chops him down on the floor.

-Commercial Break-

We return from the break to see Gunther standing over Woods. Gunther pulls Woods to his feet and uppercuts him. Woods kicks him back and hits an uppercut. Gunther quickly scoops him up and slams him down. Gunther steps over him and attacks the back. Gunther taunts the crowd, and an Uncle Howdy graphic appears. Woods chops back at Gunther, but Gunther lays him out with a single vicious shot. Woods gets to his feet and chops back, but Gunther shoves him to the corner and chops him twice before hitting a short-arm lariat.

Gunther turns toward Kofi Kingston and talks a little trash. Woods hits Gunther in the midsection and connects with a jawbreaker. Woods chops him, but Gunther cuts him off. Gunther attempts a powerbomb, but Woods counters and lands on his feet. Gunther quickly drops him on the apron and stuns him with a vicious chop to the chest. Gunther climbs to the second rope and grabs Woods on the apron. Gunther pulls Woods up to the second turnbuckle. Woods fights Gunther off with some punches that knock him to the canvas. Woods comes off the top rope with a stiff missile dropkick for a near fall. Woods grabs Gunther for a suplex, but Gunther blocks it. Gunther chops Woods down, and Woods rolls to the apron. Gunther charges, but Woods shoulders him. Gunther knocks him down, and Woods’ leg gets caught in the middle and bottom rope! Gunther kicks away at the exposed leg and chops it. The referee helps Woods out of the knot, and Woods falls to the floor.

-Commercial Break-

Back from the break, Gunther is concentrating on the injured right leg. Woods tries to fight back, but Gunther scoop slams him with the legs hitting the ropes. Gunther powers him up to the top rope and gets him into the tree of woe. Gunther viciously attacks the right leg again. Woods is writhing in pain on the mat. The referee checks on Woods, but he says he wants to continue. Woods gets to his knees, but Gunther easily chops him down. Gunther casually heads to the apron and goes to the top rope. Gunther goes for a flying splash, but Woods gets the knees up. The counter further damages Woods’ knee.

Woods pulls himself up in the corner and goes for a superkick, but Gunther blocks it and chops him down. Gunther applies a single-leg crab. Woods grabs for the bottom rope, but Gunther drags him to the center of the ring and cinches it in. Kofi Kingston goes over to the timekeeper’s area and asks for a towel. Kingston gets on the apron and asks Woods if he wants him to throw in the towel. Woods doesn’t want it, so Kingston throws it away. Woods eventually turns over and kicks Gunther away. Gunther maintains his grip on Woods and applies a devastating STF in the center of the ring. Woods has no choice except to tap out.

Winner by Submission: “The Ring General” Gunther

Backstage Interview

Cathy Kelley is backstage with “Main Event” Jey Uso. She asks if he feels any pressure being a First Round Draft Pick to Raw. Jey says you can put all the pressure on him. At Backlash, Damian Priest will catch a YEET-down. She asks about Logan Paul. Jey says he’s glad they signed a Paul brother. He just wishes it was the one with the winning record. YEET!

More draft picks next!

-Commercial Break-

Michael Cole and Xavier Woods talk about the Kansas City Chiefs winning the Super Bowl this year. At the Super Bowl parade, there was a mass shooting. They put over the heroes from that terrible tragedy. They were honored earlier tonight. One of them was a child.

The 2022 and 2023 Super Bowl Champions, the Kansas City Chiefs, are at ringside. The heroic young man is also shown.

Round Two of the 2024 WWE Draft

United States Champion Logan Paul and IShowSpeed come out to the stage. The crowd loudly boos them. Paul tells Samantha Irvin to introduce Patrick Mahomes. Patrick Mahomes is shown at ringside, and he gets a MASSIVE ovation.

IShowSpeed runs over Paul with the first pick. Raw selects “The Voice of the Voiceless” CM Punk. The Raw War Room is celebrating.

A “CM Punk” chant picks up. Logan Paul says he has Punk’s number. SmackDown selects The Pride – Bobby Lashley, Montez Ford, Angelo Dawkins, and B-Fab. IShowSpeed announces Raw is selecting “The Monster of All Monsters,” Braun Strowman. Paul announces that SmackDown is selecting Tiffany Stratton.

The commentators mention that CM Punk was drafted before Drew McIntyre was.

Logan Paul and IShowSpeed head to the ring. Paul says he was here to make draft picks and hang out with Patrick Mahomes. Now he hears Jey Uso has been running his mouth. Damian Priest will beat Jey Uso. Jey Uso made a mistake leaving the Bloodline because he is incapable of winning on his own. Paul gets in the ring and wants to give a play-by-play of what will happen on Saturday.


“Main Event” Jey Uso heads to the ring. Jey says Paul has a lot of predictions, but he wants to hear what the people have to say. Jey asks the crowd if he can beat Damian Priest and win the World Heavyweight Championship. The crowd thinks he can. Jey asks if he should beat up Paul. The crowd wants him to. Paul says he’s been YEETing since 2017. Unlike Jey with his Bloodline, Paul is tight with his.

Finn Bálor and JD McDonagh make their way to the ring. Paul says Jey is all alone again. Paul roasts Jey a bit. Jey goes after Bálor and McDonagh, but they quickly overwhelm them. Paul goes to ringside and gets Patrick Mahomes’s three Super Bowl rings. Paul puts them on and gets in the ring to hit Jey, but Jey ducks, and McDonagh takes the shot! Bálor and Paul look down at McDonagh, who is writhing in pain. Jey stands with them before taking Bálor down. Paul joins in the attack until…

Braun Strowman heads to the ring for the first time this year! Strowman shoves Bálor down and delivers a massive chokeslam! Strowman then looks over at Paul. Paul backs up and runs away through the crowd. Strowman turns and looks at Patrick Mahomes! Two Kansas City Chiefs flank their quarterback. Jey pulls Strowman back. Strowman poses for the crowd.

Backstage Segment

Chad Gable is talking with World Tag Team Champion R-Truth. Gable shakes hands with him. The Miz walks up and mentions that he was told they’re defending the World Tag Team Championship. R-Truth says he made a deal with Gable where they get one now and two later. Miz asks if R-Truth knows what is going on. R-Truth says they have an opportunity to get drafted by the NFL and the Chiefs. Miz reminds him that this is the WWE Draft. R-Truth realizes he made a mistake. Miz says maybe he can talk to Patrick Mahomes, and R-Truth says he loves “the insurance guy.” Gable says R-Truth is a great negotiator. All of a sudden, Gable is struck in the face. Someone stands over him, and it is WWE Intercontinental Champion Sami Zayn.

-Commercial Break-

Backstage Interview

Cathy Kelley is backstage with two-time WWE Hall of Famer Booker T, who is a special Draft Analyst. Booker T puts over Jade Cargill as SmackDown’s #1 Pick. Booker T wants to know what will happen to the Judgment Day. CM Punk was big for Raw. Drew McIntyre appears behind Booker T and says, “Tell me you did not just say that.” McIntyre says the man was in one match and got injured. McIntyre says he injured Punk and won the World Title at WrestleMania. Booker T mentions that Punk cost McIntyre that title at the same show. McIntyre cannot believe how Booker T has changed. He was there with Booker T when Punk left and knows how he feels. McIntyre is not happy that Booker T changed and walks off.

WWE Intercontinental Championship
“Big” Bronson Reed vs. Sami Zayn (c)

The bell rings, and Zayn circles around his large opponent. A “Sami” chant picks up. Zayn applies a waistlock. Reed backs him up, but Zayn avoids the sandwich. Reed quickly shoves him away and charges for a shoulder tackle. Reed head-butts Zayn down before getting him to his feet and chopping the chest. Reed punches and head-butts him. Reed sends him into the ropes, but Zayn holds on. Reed charges, but Zayn sends him through the ropes. Zayn kicks him back and hits a springboard moonsault block to the floor! Zayn heads to the top rope and dives for a cross-body, but Reed catches him. Reed slams him into the corner before hitting a running powerslam for a two-count. Reed quickly follows up with a senton splash.

-Commercial Break-

We come back from the break to see Reed taking it to Zayn. Reed whips him into the ropes, but Zayn springboards over him and connects with a clothesline. Zayn elbows Reed back and comes off the middle turnbuckle, but Reed catches him with a uranage for a near fall. Reed soon hits Zayn with a vicious turnbuckle powerbomb, followed by a sit-out powerbomb for a near fall! Wow!

Zayn rolls out of the ring to recover, but Reed takes him out with a flying shoulder off the apron. Reed gets Zayn in the ring and goes to the corner. Zayn crushes Reed with a Helluva Kick from out of nowhere! As he prepares to go for the victory, Chad Gable attacks Zayn with a German Suplex.

Winner by Disqualification: Sami Zayn

Gable takes it to Zayn before applying an Ankle Lock. Gable grapevines the leg and cinches it in. Referees run down to break Gable away. Gable relinquishes the hold. Reed then CRUSHES Zayn with a Tsunami! Gable goes outside and grabs the Intercontinental Championship. Gable holds it up, but Reed spins him around and hits a vicious Death Valley Driver! Reed then holds up the Intercontinental Championship over the broken bodies of Zayn and Gable.

Replay: Kiana James of NXT was drafted to WWE Raw this past Friday on SmackDown.

-Commercial Break-

Round Three of the 2024 WWE Draft

WWE Hall of Famers John “Bradshaw” Layfield and Ron Simmons, formerly the APA, will announce the next picks. JBL announces that Raw has selected The LWO – WWE Hall of Famer Rey Mysterio, Dragon Lee, Cruz Del Toro and Joaquin Wilde, Zelina Vega, and Carlito. Carlito turned his back on the LWO on SmackDown. Simmons announces that SmackDown has selected Legado Del Fantasma – Santos Escobar, Angel and Berto, and Elektra Lopez.

JBL announces that Raw has selected “The Scottish Warrior” Drew McIntyre. The final pick of the third round sees SmackDown take Shinsuke Nakamura.

Drew McIntyre comes out and is not happy. McIntyre asks if he’s the only sane and logical person left. In what world does Drew McIntyre get drafted in Round Three? There’s not one person in the arena that could say it makes sense. A “CM Punk” chant picks up. McIntyre says Punk is the furthest thing from anti-establishment. He’s a corporate ass-kisser. Punk did accomplish something: he hurt Drew McIntyre. When he attacked him from behind at WrestleMania, Punk fractured McIntyre’s elbow. Unlike Punk, who is staying at home and collecting a paycheck, he tapes it up and gets on with it.

CM Punk’s music hits! McIntyre paces on the stage and looks for the Voice of the Voiceless. CM Punk is shown in a luxury box. Punk says he’s not sitting at home. He says, “I’m right here, you little bitch!” McIntyre is irate and heads backstage to make his way to that box. Ron Simmons looks around and shakes his head incredulously. Simmons can say nothing except, “Damn!”

Locker Room Segment

Maxxine Dupri is backstage with Otis and Akira Tozawa. An unhappy Chad Gable comes in. Maxxine says she eliminated two people in the Battle Royal and has some momentum. Gable asks to see her belt before saying he doesn’t celebrate mediocrity. Otis and Akira Tozawa better shape up and win him a championship. Gable doesn’t want to see Tozawa dancing. Gable storms off. Ivy Nile walks in to see a stunned Alpha Academy. She pulls Dupri away to warm up for a match.

-Commercial Break-

Backstage Segment

Cathy Kelley is backstage with Bron Breakker, who was drafted to Raw this past Friday on SmackDown. Breakker says Adam Pearce knows he is the best possible pick for Raw. He’s ready to take this place over. Sheamus comes up to him and interrupts him. Sheamus says he’s a big fan. Sheamus says Breakker reminds him of a young, hungry Sheamus having banger after banger after banger. An irate Drew McIntyre charges past them.

Candice LeRae w/ Indi Hartwell vs. Maxxine Dupri w/ Ivy Nile

Candice LeRae gets in Maxxine Dupri’s face before the match begins. The bell rings, and Maxxine takes her down. Maxxine connects with a spin kick, followed by a fisherman’s suplex. Maxxine kips up and hits a bulldog. Maxxine connects with a Reverse Caterpillar Elbow Drop before posing. Maxxine blocks a kick from LeRae and takes her down for an Ankle Lock. LeRae screams in pain and looks close to tapping out. At ringside, Hartwell sends Ivy Nile into the ring post to distract Maxxine. LeRae twists out of the Ankle Lock and sends Maxxine into the ropes. LeRae soon follows up with a Wicked Stepmother for the win.

Winner by Pinfall: Candice LeRae

Replay: This past Friday on SmackDown, Santos Escobar revealed that Carlito attacked Dragon Lee and took him out of WrestleMania. Carlito then attacked Dragon Lee and ran off.

Backstage Interview

Cathy Kelley is backstage with the LWO. She asks Rey Mysterio about Carlito’s betrayal. Rey says he has mixed emotions, but they’re happy to be on Raw. Rey says he has unfinished business with Carlito. Rey’s estranged son, “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio, comes up to him. Dominik calls his father a geezer and reminds him that Judgment Day runs Raw. Rey says Judgment Day hasn’t even been drafted yet. Rey then calls him “Dirty Sanchez.” Dominik says he’s lucky that he’s not cleared. Dominik is dealing with an arm injury.

-Commercial Break-

Arena Concourse

Drew McIntyre is pacing around the luxury boxes for CM Punk. McIntyre finds the one CM Punk was in and finds an autographed picture of him. CM Punk’s music then hits, and he makes his entrance. A furious McIntyre watches from the luxury box.

CM Punk heads to the ring to a big ovation. Punk says he loves Kansas City and the people that inhabit it. Punk doesn’t want to waste their time like Drew McIntyre. He’ll try to do this in less time than McIntyre was the World Champion. That means he has 5 minutes and 46 seconds. Pat McAfee can time him. Punk sits down and says he’d normally ask if he has McIntyre’s attention now, but he’s had McIntyre’s attention for some time. McIntyre is like an ex-girlfriend he can’t get rid of. If Punk hurt McIntyre’s elbow, he says, “Good.” McIntyre prayed to hurt Punk. Punk did that to him. Punk thought he hurt the elbow while tweeting. That’s why he was drafted higher than McIntyre. Punk isn’t out for revenge. McIntyre has given him purpose. Another “CM Punk” chant picks up.

Punk says the reason he was drafted before McIntyre is because he is the best in the world in the ring, on the microphone, and on commentary. Losers hope things happen. Losers pray for things to happen. Winners make it happen. When he’s cleared and 100%, he’ll make McIntyre’s life a living hell.

Round Four of the 2024 WWE Draft

WWE Hall of Famers Alundra Blayze and Teddy Long head to the podium. CM Punk embraces them and heads to the back.

Teddy Long announces that Raw has selected The Judgment Day, which consists of Finn Bálor, Dominik Mysterio, and JD McDonagh. Alundra Blayze announces that SmackDown has selected Naomi. Long announces Raw has selected another NXT Superstar… Ilja Dragunov!

NXT Arena

Ilja Dragunov celebrates being drafted to WWE Raw and embraces “The Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels.

Back in the arena, Blayze announces SmackDown has selected Chelsea Green and Piper Niven.

Liv Morgan vs. Nia Jax

The bell rings, and Jax easily throws Morgan down twice. Jax shoulder tackles her and drives the knee into the mat. Morgan gets up in the corner, and Jax avalanches her. Jax holds Morgan’s limp body up and taunts the crowd. Jax throws Morgan across the ring and poses for the crowd. Morgan answers back with some kicks to the legs and a step-up enzuigiri. Morgan dropkicks her in the knee and in the chest to take her down. Morgan dropkicks her throat-first into the ropes before hitting a running back elbow in the corner. Morgan hits it again and charges, but Jax pops out of the corner with a clothesline. Jax pulls Morgan over to the corner and climbs to the second rope, but Morgan gets up. Morgan attacks the legs and drives Jax down into the mat. Jax rolls out of the ring to recover. Morgan goes for a baseball slide, but Jax catches her and slams her onto the commentary table.

Tiffany Stratton of SmackDown is at ringside to watch Nia Jax, who will join the SmackDown roster full-time next week.

-Commercial Break-

Back from the break, Jax is applying a rear chin lock to Morgan. Morgan fights up, but Jax sends her to the corner. Jax charges, but she hits the ring post when Morgan moves. Morgan gets on the apron and dropkicks Jax’s head into the ring post. Morgan slams Jax’s head into the ring post a few times. Morgan climbs the ropes, but Jax pulls her down and hits a Samoan Drop for a two-count.

Jax sends her to the corner, but Morgan pulls her headfirst into the middle turnbuckle. Morgan double-stomps the back and covers for a two-count. Morgan attacks Jax and hits the ropes, but Jax floors her with a spinebuster. Jax drags her to the corner for an Annihilator. Morgan climbs up and grabs Jax’s arm to pull her head into the top turnbuckle a few times. Morgan powerbombs her off the ropes and covers 1… 2… Jax kicks out!

At ringside, Naomi attacks Stratton from behind. Stratton and Naomi brawl at the ringside area. Naomi gets on the apron and kicks Stratton down. Jax knocks Noami off the apron. Morgan hits a springboard codebreaker on Jax before connecting with the Ob-Liv-ion for the win!

Winner by Pinfall: Liv Morgan

Backstage Interview

Cathy Kelley is backstage with Draft Analyst Booker T. Booker T wants to know who is next. Is it Trick Williams? Roxanne Perez? Booker T is happy about Ilja Dragunov. Kelley sees Raw General Manager Adam Pearce, who is decked out all in red. Pearce says the picks you don’t make stick with you and celebrates Chelsea Green’s departure. Pearce says he has more picks to make. Pat McAfee shouts that he should grab a tennis racket, alluding to Pearce wearing a Jim Cornette-esque suit.

-Commercial Break-

Pat McAfee breaks down Logan Paul accidentally punching JD McDonagh in the head with Patrick Mahomes’s Super Bowl rings.

Round Five of the 2024 WWE Draft

WWE Hall of Famers The Dudley Boyz make their entrance. They bring out a table and set it up. An “ECW” chant picks up. Bubba Ray Dudley greets Kansas City and wants to know if they want to have fun with the Dudley Boyz. They say, “WHAZZUP!” Bubba tells D-Von to get the tables. D-Von shouts, “OH MY BROTHER, TESTIFY!”

Bubba announces that Raw’s first picks in the Fifth Round are Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods of The New Day. D-Von announces that SmackDown is keeping Pretty Deadly. Bubba announces another NXT selection: Lyra Valkyria.

NXT Arena

An emotional Lyra Valkyria gets to her feet. She is overwhelmed with emotion at being drafted to Raw. She embraces Shawn Michaels.

Back in the arena, D-Von announces SmackDown is receiving Candice LeRae and Indi Hartwell.

World Tag Team Champions The Awesome Truth head to the ring.

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World Tag Team Championship
The Awesome Truth (The Miz and R-Truth) (c’s) vs. Alpha Academy (Otis and Akira Tozawa)

We join this match in progress. The Miz and Otis tag in. Miz kicks away at Otis and hits his patented corner clothesline. Tozawa charges him on the apron, but Miz turns him inside out with a big boot. Miz snaps Otis off the top rope and springboards off the top rope. Otis catches Miz and hits the World’s Strongest Slam. Otis rips his shirt off and does the Caterpillar Elbow Drop. Tozawa tags in and comes off the top rope with a senton splash, but Miz gets the knees up. Miz goes for a Skull Crushing Finale, but Tozawa gets out. R-Truth tags in. They hit the Truth Crushing Finale for the win.

Winners by Pinfall and still World Tag Team Champions: The Awesome Truth

The Judgment Day’s Clubhouse

“Dirty” Dominik Mysterio is not happy they fell to the fourth round. World Heavyweight Champion Damian Priest says it’s no surprise. Every time they try to help him, they fail miserably. He doesn’t need them to beat Jey Uso. Priest tells them to focus on the team. JD McDonagh is sporting a massive bloody welt on his head and has an imprint of Patrick Mahomes’s Super Bowl rings.

-Commercial Break-

Backstage Segment

Liv Morgan is walking backstage when Women’s World Champion Becky Lynch approaches her and congratulates her on the win. Lynch says she’s got a title shot. Morgan nods and walks off. Damage CTRL walks up to Lynch and says they’ll be seeing her on Raw.

Round Six of the 2024 WWE Draft

Raw General Manager Adam Pearce and SmackDown General Manager Nick Aldis are here for the final picks. Raw picks up The Final Testament, consisting of Karrion Kross, Authors of Pain (Akam and Rezar), Paul Ellering, and Scarlett. SmackDown selects Tommaso Ciampa and Johnny Gargano of #DIY. Raw’s final pick of the evening will be “Big” Bronson Reed. SmackDown’s final pick sees them get an NXT Superstar, Blair Davenport!

NXT Arena

A very emotional Blair Davenport gets up from her seat and embraces her friends and Shawn Michaels.

“Main Event” Jey Uso makes his way to the ring. The main event is next.

-Commercial Break-

6-Man Tag Team Match
“Main Event” Jey Uso, Ricochet, and Andrade vs. The Judgment Day (World Heavyweight Champion Damian Priest, Finn Bálor, and JD McDonagh) w/ “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio

The bell rings, and Finn Bálor will start against Andrade. They lock up, and Bálor gets him in the corner before delivering some shoulders to the midsection. Bálor connects with a headlock takeover. Bálor cinches in the headlock, but Andrade fights up and whips him off. Andrade leapfrogs him, but Bálor soon grabs him and sends him into the ropes. Andrade ties himself up on the ropes and sends Bálor out of the ring. Andrade sends McDonagh over the top rope for good measure. Ricochet tags in. Andrade and Ricochet double clothesline Damian Priest over the top rope. They then take out Bálor and McDonagh with stereo suicide dives. Jey then hits Priest with a suicide dive that sends him over the commentary table.

-Commercial Break-

Back from the final break of the evening, Priest is taking it to Ricochet. Priest has him in a surfboard stretch, but Ricochet fights up. Priest quickly takes him down with a Broken Arrow for a near fall. Priest waits for Ricochet to get up and kicks away at him. Priest levels him with a right hand and taunts the crowd. Priest then surprises Jey Uso with a kick to the skull. The Judgment Day gets some cheap shots in on Ricochet as the referee deals with Andrade. Bálor tags in and stomps Ricochet. McDonagh tags in and hits Ricochet with a moonsault. Bálor tags in, as does Priest. Bálor and Priest hit a backbreaker/leg drop combo, but Andrade breaks up the pin. Priest grabs Andrade and sends him into the ring post shoulder-first. McDonagh grabs Ricochet, but Ricochet catches him with a Recoil.

Jey and Bálor tag in. Jey punches Priest and takes it to Bálor with some right hands. Jey kicks him in the midsection and uppercuts him. Jey hits a step-up enzuigiri to knock Bálor into the corner. Jey punches Priest on the apron and charges Bálor, but Bálor drops him on the apron. Jey kicks Bálor back and comes off the top rope with a flying cross-body block. McDonagh breaks up the pin. Andrade takes out McDonagh with a spinning elbow. Priest kicks Andrade and hits Ricochet with a flatliner. Priest drags Bálor to the corner and tags himself in. Priest clotheslines the #1 Contender for the World Heavyweight Championship down. Priest pulls down the straps and grabs Jey, his challenger on Saturday at Backlash in France. Priest goes for a Razor’s Edge, but Jey gets out and hits a Samoan Drop. Jey heads to the top rope, but Dominik Mysterio distracts the referee. Priest grabs Jey, but a loopy McDonagh, who has a massive welt on his head from the punch by Logan Paul, pushes Jey off the top rope. Priest yells at McDonagh, saying he had him. Jey superkicks Priest, knocking him into Bálor. Jey superkicks Priest out of the ring. Bálor is the legal man. McDonagh runs in, but Jey superkicks him. Jey hits Bálor with a Spear and connects with an Uso Splash for the win. An upset Priest is on the apron, too late to break up the pin.

Winners by Pinfall: “Main Event” Jey Uso, Ricochet, and Andrade

The commentators run down the final card for Backlash in France. Priest holds the World Heavyweight Championship up to Jey Uso.