The match had it all. The common weapons of kendo sticks, ladders, tables, and chairs. Both women found out earlier on in the match that they will have to end up trapping their opponent to prevent them from getting up before the count of 10.
Bayley tried to capture Belair both in the ring steps as well as in a road case at the top of the stage to try and keep her down. A golf cart entered the mix before Bayley went through a table. The brawl goes back in the ring with steel chairs and a ladder. Belair hits a KOD to Bayley’s knee first on a steel chair. She places Bayley inside a ladder and pushes her into the corner under the turnbuckle so that she is unable to escape. The referee counts to 10 and Belair is still the Raw Women’s Champion.
Earlier in the night, Damage CTRL regained the Women’s Tag Team Championships. You can read more on that here.
Rhea Ripley and Scarlett were two women who also were on the show. Scarlett attempted to help Karrion Kross in his steel cage match against Drew McIntyre. Even though she pulled out the mace to spray in McIntyre’s eyes, it would be McIntyre who won the match.
Ripley helped out The Judgment Day as per usual to defeat The O.C. Commentary continues to say who can fight off Ripley with Michael Cole even saying someone needs to kick her ass. Ripley wore a Beth Phoenix-inspired hairdo saying that it was to honor the late great Beth Phoenix.