Seth Rollins vs. Aleister Black
Rollins came to the ring and addressed the WWE Universe about his grueling match at Extreme Rules. He blamed the WWE Universe for what he did. Aleister Black then came to the ring to defend Mysterio thus setting up a match. Black controlled most of the match due to Rollins being tired from his match the night before. Black hit a Black Mass on Rollins but Murphy got involved and took one of his own allowing Rollins to recuperate. Rollins used that distraction to hit Black with numerous superkicks setting up for the Stomp. After Rollins picked up the win, him and Murphy attacked Black injuring his left hand.
Results: Seth Rollins defeats Aleister Black via pinfall
Bobby Lashley, MVP, Shelton Benjamin vs. Cedric Alexander, Ricochet, Mustafa Ali
R-Truth insulted Bobby Lashley and MVP backstage until Shelton Benjamin came from behind and attacked R-Truth to become the new 24/7 Champion. Benjamin joined their faction. Since Apollo Crews is still injured, Alexander and Ricochet asked Ali to be their partner. This match was power vs speed and high-flying. The faces in this match are some of the best high-flyers WWE has to offer. The heels controlled most of the match as they outmuscled the opposition and forced them into the corner. Ali finally got in the match and decimated MVP. Ali hit a corner neckbreaker and a 450 Splash for the win.
Results: Mustafa Ali, Ricochet, and Cedric Alexander defeat MVP, Bobby Lashley, and Shelton Benjamin via pinfall
Ruby Riott vs. Peyton Royce
This match came to place after Peyton Royce got involved with Bianca Belair backstage. Ruby Riott got involved as well as Billie Kay. The match was competitive however, Riott had the upper hand. Riott used the Riott Kick for the win. There was not too much action in the match.
Results: Ruby Riott defeats Peyton Royce via pinfall
The Street Profits vs. Andrade and Angel Garza
The Street Profits got revenge and attacked Vega’s team backstage. Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins came out hot with high intensity. Ford’s intensity got the best of him at one point as he made a mistake that the heels capitalized on. They kept him isolated in the corner and went after the legs taking away Ford’s agility. Dawkins finally was able to get in and the match completely changed from there. Ford got back in the match and hit a rotating frog splash on Garza for the win. Zelina Vega yelled at her clients even though they said they have no problems.
Results: The Street Profits defeat Andrade and Angel Garza via pinfall
Bayley vs. Kairi Sane
Bayley and Sasha Banks came to the ring bragging about how they run the Women’s Division and have every title on the main roster. Bayley was hyping Banks up after her “victory” at Extreme Rules. Stephanie McMahon appeared on the titantron saying Banks is not the champion but she can earn her shot next week on Raw. Bayley went after Sane early and belittled Sane as Bayley was very vocal during the match. Sane came back with an impressive kicks. She even hit the InSane Elbow however, she appeared to hurt her elbow when she landed. Therefore, Bayley was able to escape. Bayley hit her own elbow off the top rope but Sane rolled her up for three.
Results: Kairi Sane defeats Bayley via pinfall
Unsactioned: Randy Orton vs. Big Show
Andrade and Angel Garza got involved before The Viking Raiders got involved to make the save and even the playing field. Show took over the match, throwing Orton like a rag doll. The World’s Largest Athlete made a mistake as Orton capitalized and put Show through a table. The Viper sized up Show and hit him with an RKO. Show surprisingly kicked out at two. A pissed Orton hit Show with a top rope draping DDT, a second RKO, and a punt to finish Show.
Results: Randy Orton defeats Big Show via pinfall
Analysis: This was a well-booked show especially after a PPV. I enjoyed every match except the Riott-Royce Match. I would give this weeks episode of Raw a B.