Backstage Jinder Mahal asks Adam Pearce for a match for the Intercontinental Title, but the two are interrupted by Ronda Rousey, who demands that her title match at Wrestlemania Backlash be made official. Pearce replies that she will be able to give her an answer tomorrow and Rousey replies that she wants to know by tomorrow.
Yes, but stay calm. - Drew McIntyre vs Sami Zayn. In the final, of course, McIntyre leaves for Claymore, but Zayn takes refuge outside the ring and runs away in the audience. Drew wins by count-out. - Lacey Evans Promo! The Fight Night vs.
The New Day feud has been going on for a while now, and this week, the rabid and unhinged "Butch" fka Pete Dunne made his in-ring debut. He faced Xavier Woods and lost to him, with The New Day getting a much-needed upper hand after their loss at WrestleMania 38.
The Fight Night vs. New Day feud continues
Butch slapped both Holland and Sheamus, indicating how unhinged he was. It was a match meant to establish Butch's character while also giving Woods and Kofi Kingston a much-needed win on SmackDown.
The blonde reminds us of her past in the army and talks about her family, who always supported her, and then promises that she will come back to tell us her story about her in the next episodes. A new attitude that the male audience will surely appreciate particularly (or at least, for me it is) and a new attitude that seems to be a face for the new mother, who says she is more determined than ever.
- Sasha Banks vs Liv Morgan. In the end, the Boss is winning and gets on the stake ... SUPERPLEX! They both attempt the immediate pin, but Morgan has a raised shoulder, so the count is for Sasha...1...2...3! A very important victory for Liv, while Natalya and Shayna Baszler watch from a TV, backstage.
The New Day is widely known and lauded for their entertainment value, as well as for their in-ring performance. The wrestling stable includes Big-E, Kofi Kingstone, and Xavier Woods. Xavier Woods is currently recovering from an Achilles injury he suffered back in 2019.
They raised their hands while on their knees and showcased their solidarity and support for the Black Lives Matter movement. The Superstars also wore special armbands to pay tribute to Breonna Taylor, Tamla Horsford, and Shukri Abdi who had suffered not unlike George Floyd.