Braun Strowman vs James Maverick & Brian Thomas. Should I really describe this stuff? Obvious giant squash. The only "interesting" thing is the fact that Omos and MVP watch the match from the front row and, in the end, MVP takes the microphone to say that Strowman is powerful, but the Monster among men in front of Omos is just normal.
We can't wait to see the clash between the two giants. Or maybe not. - Backstage Sami Zayn is still busy loading Solo Sikoa but Jey Uso, who is not completely wrong this time, at least wants to be thanked. But Sami says it's not the time and Solo seems to agree with the Honorary Uce.
The two continue to mind their own business, with an increasingly nervous Jey. - LA Knight vs Mån.sôörÌ. For once, I won't be on the trashy side, because the ex Ma Dupri deserves much more after returning to his old NXT gimmick.
Knight dominates the match without too many problems, with only one brief reaction from the Pakistani, and ends the work with his BFT.
LA Knight shone
After the match LA Knight takes the microphone and, despite the initial cheering from the audience, says that he did not do it for them, but to show that it is his moment.
WWE is trying hard to keep Maxxine and her group relevant on SmackDown. It was a great move to take Knight out of the storyline and turn him heel after the match. He has made it clear that he doesn’t want the fans chanting for him.
Yeah! Women's Time - Damage CTRL vs Raquel Rodriguez, Shotzi & Roxanne Perez. In the final, after a 2v2 out-of-ring clash, the former Rok-C remains alone on the square against the leader Bayley. Bayley To Belly only leads to a 2 count, so the Damage leader gets on the stake, but Roxanne joins her for a high-flying battle.
Perez prevails and knocks out her rival with a Super Hurracanrana, but Bayley recovers quickly and, after a failed Rose Plant, overturns a RollUp… 1… 2… 3! Experience victory for the Role Model. - Promo of a woman in which the Viking Raiders are clearly shown this time, evidently linked to the girl.
The tattoos now leave no doubt: SARAH LOGAN IS ABOUT TO COME BACK! The Usos & Sami Zayn vs The New Day & Braun Strowman. Rightly asking New Days to find an ally was not a very smart move. In the end, the quarrels begin between Zayn and Jey Uso, who continue to take the tag without the consent of their teammate.
Between the two quarrels, the third certainly does not enjoy. In the end, Jimmy is the legal man in the ring, and while Strowman overwhelms Jey and Sami as they fight outside the square, he takes Midnight Hour ... 1 ... 2 ... 3!