Yenshi and Moss start working. The bell rings and the two shut up. They go back and forth with submission holds before Moss delivers the shoulder tackle and tags into Ricochet. Ricochet delivers a cannonball butt combo as he enters the ring, then follows it up with a steady starburst. Strowman demands the sign, but Vinci prevents this from happening by delivering an evil clothesline to Ricochet. Kaiser puts and hands his right hand, then slams the boot into Ricochet’s midsection and takes a shot to his throat. He got a cheap shot at Strowman, allowing himself, Gunther, and Vinci to triple-team on Ricochet.
After the break, Ricochet delivers a boot to Kaiser’s midsection. The couple exchange elbows before Ricochet delivers on the knee. Kaiser shoots again with a clothesline, then tags in GUNTHER. Gunther defeats Ricochet while Drew McIntyre appears on the ramp and watches. GUNTHER delivers stomping, then tags in Vinci. Vinci then runs into a clothesline.
Ricochet does Strowman’s hot tag. Strowman levels Vinci and Kaiser, but GUNTHER manages to overpower him and hit him with a kick. Moss tags in a series of shoulders and delivers it to GUNTHER’s midsection. GUNTHER launches back with a German suplex, then follows it up with a clothesline and powerbomb for the win.
After the match, The Viking Raiders come out of nowhere and hit McIntyre by attacking him from behind. Sheamus runs to McIntyre’s aid, but is pinned by The Raiders. Strowman and Ricochet provide some support to Sheamus and McIntyre, allowing the two men to recover and deliver a pair of kicks to Erik and Ivar over the barricade.
We go backstage to Kayla Braxton and Rey Mysterio. Ray says he’ll make sure he puts an end to Carrion Cross forever, but Santos Escobar walks in and interrupts him before he can continue. Escobar says he and his family value respect more than anything, and then says he wants to show the WWE universe that he respects Rey. Ray says the feeling is mutual and the two look forward to shaking hands, but Dominic Mysterio and Rhea Ripley Waltz. Dominic busts at his father and says Cross will put Rey to sleep. Escobar cuts him off and says he needs to learn some respect for his father. Dominic sarcastically wishes his father well, and he and Ripley leave. Escobar tells Ray not to let their words bother him.
After the break, we went backstage with Jimmy Uso, Paul Heyman, and Solo Sikoa in The Bloodline’s locker room. Jimmy snaps at the recent feud between him and his brother, and Heyman tells him that Sekua will stay behind with him while he deals with G on his own.
Back at ringside, LA Knight heads downhill.
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