Feeling overlooked, Big Time Becks invaded Asuka’s Championship Contenders Match against Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair. Plus, RK-Bro overcame The Street Profits in a Raw Tag Team Title Match, Seth Rollins cost Cody Rhodes his United States Title Match against Theory wit ha brutal beat down and so much more.
RK-Bro def. The Street Profits in a Raw Tag Team Title Match
Prior to the Raw Tag Team Titles showdown against The Street Profits, RK-Bro made it clear that they are heading to SmackDown on Friday to confront The Bloodline and demand a title showdown against the Usos. Ford & Dawkins, however, made it clear that the titleholders should be concerned with them instead because it was going to be the tandem that unifies the Tag Team Championships.
Although The Street Profits earned their Raw Tag Team Championship opportunity by defeating RK-Bro on Raw several weeks ago. it was ultimately Riddle and Randy Orton who reigned supreme in the subsequent title contest when The Original Bro hit the RKO on Ford as he was leaping off the top rope for the three-count.
The Judgment Day welcomed Rhea Ripley into the fold
After Rhea Ripley helped Edge to defeat AJ Styles at WrestleMania Backlash, The Rated-R Superstar and Damian Priest welcomed the brutality of “The Eradicator” to take her rightful place as part of The Judgment Day. The dark trio precessed the greatness if their faction before Ripley turned her attention to her emerging former partner Liv Morgan – a partnership that Edge revealed he was personally responsibly for ending.
Rhea Ripley def. Liv Morgan
Armed with her sinister persona as the newest member of The Judgment Day, Rhea Ripley made her former friend turned bitter enemy Liv Morgan tap-out to the Inverted Cloverleaf. Then, with a nod from Edge after the bell, Ripley reapplied the devastating submission maneuver and made Morgan screen in pain.
Finn Bálor def. Damian Priest Disqualification
The Judgment Day’s Damian Priest once again took on Finn Balor, with AJ Styles joining him at ringside to help even the odds. When Priest was sent outside the right the final moments, though, Rhea Ripley blocked The Prince’s path and prevented him from diving through the ropes at his opponent. With Balor distracted, Edge blindsided him with the Spear and brought an end of the match by disqualification. Before the dust cleared, Styles attempted to fight through the opposition. When he hesitated in the face of female Ripley, however, Edge took him out as well.
Bobby Lashley invaded the VIP Lounge
After MVP helped Omos defeat Bobby Lashley at WrestleMania Backlash, The Nigerian Giant and MVP looked to celebrate in the VIP Lounge. Must to their dismay, Cedric Alexander interrupted in an attempt to latch on to their success. Things then fell apart in a hurry when an irate Lashley emerged. Ripping through security and knocking Omos out of the ring with a wicked clothesline, The All Mighty nearly got his hands on his former second. Before he could, Alexander jumped on his back and ended up suffering the Hurt Lock for his trouble as MVP made his escape.
Sonya Deville WWE Official contact terminated, Alexa Bliss returned to def. Sonya Deville
Prior to her matchup against an unknown opponent, Adam Pearce announced to Sonya Deville and the WWE Universe that the formal investigation against Sonya had concluded and that Upper Management had determined that her many abuses of power necessitated her losing her contract as a WWE Official. She would still be allowed to continue as a competitor, however.
Her surprise opponent turned out to be the retuning Alexa Bliss! With Deville still noticeably shellshocked, Five Feet of Fury overcame her opponent very quickly with Twisted Bliss.
“Ken” Owens and Alpha Academy took out Ezekiel, younger brother of Elias
Kevin Owens dressed up as he own “older brother Ken Owens” in order to step into the ring with Ezekiel and make a point. When order broke down between “Ken” and Elias’ younger brother, Alpha Academy emerged to helped KO launch a brutal 3-on-1.
Veer Mahaan def. Frank Lowman
Local Hartford competitors Frank Lowman took on Veer Mahaan. As a result, he suffered the vicious onslaught of one of the most ruthless Superstars on Monday Night Raw.
Cody Rhodes def. Theory by Disqualification in a United States Title Match
Fresh off his victory over Seth “Freakin” Rollins at WrestleMania Backlash, The American Nightmare battled Theory for the United States Championship. However, in the final moments of the high-stakes matchup, Rollins attacked Rhodes suddenly and brought an early close to the action by disqualification. the unhinged Rollins continued his brutal assault in the aftermath and hit the stomp on Cody onto the announce table.
Sasha Banks & Naomi def. Doudrop & Nikki A.S.H
The reigning Women’s Tag Team Champions Sasha Banks and Naomi utalized the overconfidence of Nikki A.S.h. and excellent tag team precision to overcome Doudrop & Nikki A.S.H. ahead of their title match against Natalya and Shayna Baszler this Friday on SmackDown.
Ciampa def. Mustafa Ali
After United States Champion Theory used his influence with WWE Chairman Mr. McMahon to make The Miz the special guest referee, Ciampa took advantage of The A-Lister’s underhanded tactics to reigned supreme over Mustafa Ali.
Bianca Belair vs. Asuka ends in a No Contest
The recently returned Asuka took on Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair in a Championship Contenders Match in an effort to establish herself as The EST of WWE’s next challenger. Before clear winner could be decided, though, Becky Lynch took out Belair and made a statement with a vicious assault on Asuka.