Now that Crown Jewel is over, Survivor Series hosting WarGames is the next and reportedly last premium live event of the year. On the Nov. 7 episode of Raw, the field for the women’s WarGames starts to take shape. We already know from the Survivor Series video that the match will be five-on-five. With a total of 10 women in the match we know of seven confirmed names.
The Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair along with Alexa Bliss and Asuka first entered the ring to address what took place at Crown Jewel. Belair was the last woman standing to retain her championship, however, Bliss and Asuka’s reign as tag team champs was left extremely short when Damage CTRL took back the gold.
Damage CTRL would interrupt Belair, Bliss, and Asuka. The two teams would trade words including an argument between Asuka and IYO SKY in Japanese. Bliss would also add that the only reason why Dakota Kai and SKY won the gold back was because of Nikki Cross. The six women would erupt into a brawl before Belair confirmed that they will end this once and for all in WarGames.
Cross would then enter the ring and give the numbers advantage to Damage CTRL as they laid out Belair, Bliss, and Asuka to end the segment.
Later in the night, Cross was seen backstage with Damage CTRL seemingly joining them as the fourth member of their WarGames team. She took on Dana Brooke for the 24/7 Championship and captured the title. With Brooke left in the ring, Bayley would place the championship belt on the shoulder of Cross as the four walked up the ramp.
Moments later, Cross was seen walking with Damage CTRL as she tossed the 24/7 Championship in the trash can (well it fell down next to the trash can).
There were separate backstage interviews from The O.C. and The Judgment Day separately about Yim’s return. After Ripley was done with her interview, she ran into Belair on her way to the ring. They shared glances with Ripley acknowledging Belair as champ.