Following last week’s show, Carmella was given another shot at the Raw women’s title against Bianca Belair on Monday.
WrestleMania tag team partner The Miz experienced is ongoing feud with Logan Paul.
WWE is planning on holding their biggest show of the summer on July 30th, which is approaching quickly.
Degeneration, the aftermath of injury, and Emmalina’s team
Bianca Belair vs Carmella
After Titus O’Neil spoke about WWE at the beginning of the show, Rebecca Lynch came to the ring for a promo. The fight eventually broke out between her and Belair and Carmella, and we went to commercial break shortly after.
An early run by Carmella gives Belair the time to be down for a commercial, giving her a slight advantage when the match began. After one minute, however, The EST regained momentum and started dominating Mella.
Lynch was aggressive with the commentary team, but Mella won when she used a dirty trick again. Belair found ways to survive throughout the match.
The European Society of Traditional Medicine (EST) was able to score the victory with a knockout round to finish off their match. We didn’t need to see this again, but they performed well and made it feel different from their previous encounters.
Winner: Bianca Belair
Rey Mysterio vs Damian Priest
After being asked to have a guest on the show, Riddle came on and then Seth Rollins was uninvited because he wouldn’t stop doing pushups in the studio. We saw Rey Mysterio take on Damian Priest.
as an invited guest, Seth Rollins was on the other side of the microphone in his interview with Rey Mysterio.
The match started during the break, so we returned to see Mysterio in control as he hit a slingshot splash for a two-count. Priest quickly turned the tables with a punch and several kicks in the corner.
The former chose to heighten the potency of his plays, and the latter took to high-concept strategies.
While it was enjoyable to watch the legendary Mysterio, this match felt more like watching paint dry. It was good, but not memorable. Several close calls had Priest dodge the Razor’s Edge and get the win.
Dominik over up agreeing to hitch day as long as they stopped offensive his father with a chair once the match. They turned him down and beat him with the chair instead.
Winner: Damian Priest
Ezekiel vs Seth Rollins
During the “KO Show,” it was announced that Jinder would face off against Rollins. At first, Rollins appeared to dominate, but then Ezekiel took over with high-impact maneuvers.
After a while, Rollins was able to get the momentum back from Zeke. He almost hit the knockout via stomp, but unfortunately for him, Zeke avoided it. After a few more minutes of exchanges, Rollins was able to win the fight by some decent back-and-forth action.
Although he might not win all of his matches, being able to display more of his physical gifts than in the past has opened a lot of eyes as to how talented he is.
Winner: Seth Rollins
Omos and MVP vs Street Profits
We saw The Usos and Street Profits lately, so it was nice to see Omos in a singles match instead of tag matches.
Unfortunately, the match between MVP and Dawkins went to a disqualification immediately after it had begun when ǝpvp tripped MVP. Adam Pearce came out and changed the match into a tag team contest.
The Usos won by disqualification after attacking The Profits during their match. This led to Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins being taken out by Jimmy, Jey and Omos, who were all made leaders of their respective brands.
Despite an impressive performance, the Profits failed to match up to their recent success. Their previous performances have been much better.
Winners: The Street Profits
AJ Styles vs Theory
The idea of”The Demon”cashing in his briefcase during the match at SummerSlam was mentioned by Theory, but AJ Styles quickly interrupted. The match went on a break while Dolph Ziggler watched from ringside.
The match was more exciting than the other matches on the show, with these two being able to put on some great performances.
While Theory can be difficult to watch, his skillset is on point. He is able to play offence and defence well, whether his character is abrasive in the wrong way.
With a machine-powered individual, Ziggler took out Theory with a kick that the referee had his back turned on. Theory was counted out and Styles won in an anticlimactic ending.
Winner: AJ Styles
Asuka, Brooke and Bliss vs. A.S.H., Tamina and Doudrop
A six-woman tag match took place: Asuka, Dana Brooke, Alexa Bliss and Nikki A.S.H. vs Doudrop and Tamina in what turned out to be a thrilling battle.
After a few minutes of action, Akira Tozawa won the title by submitting Brooke to win, Nikki won it after pinning him and then Bliss won it by hitting a crossbody. As soon as Doudrop had a chance to turn it around, Tamina superkicked her and took the title.
Despite pinning Nikki, Bliss was unable to keep her down for the entire match and Asuka still managed to win. The six woman tag match did not end with what everyone thought it would.
The 24/7 programming has been unproductive for months. If WWE doesn’t give us what we want, then the 24/7 programming can stop. This was not a joke and not funny at all.
Winners: Asuka, Brooke and Bliss
Miz TV with Logan Paul
With the latest episode of Miz TV aired, the show’s guest was Logan Paul. Miz told Paul he was trying to teach him a lesson at WrestleMania, but Paul wasn’t having it.
The Miz and the rest of the roster took turns taunting each other, with things getting tenser between tried to attack the social media star, but Paul sent him out of the ring. Ciampa attacked him from behind and held him for The Miz to take a free shot. Paul kicked him away and rolled out of the ring to avoid it. en them until Paul mocked The A-Lister’s testicles. When The A-Lister accepted Paul’s offer out of anger, a fight broke out between both men.