In an explosive matchup, Big Time Becks transformed the Raw Women’s Title Match at WWE Hell in a Cell into a Triple Threat Match with a victory over The Empress of Tomorrow.
Plus, Omos helped MVP defeat Bobby Lashley to give him the right to choose the stipulation from The All Mighty’s rematch against The Nigerian Giant at WWE Hell in a Cell, and Riddle fought for RK-Bro retribution in Six-Man Tag Team action.
Riddle kicked off Raw with a heartfelt message concerning his RK-Bro partner Randy Orton
Riddle & The Street Profits def. The Usos & Sami Zayn
After The Usos defeated RK-Bro to became the new Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions on SmackDown with the help of Roman Reigns, The Head of the Table and his cousins delivered a nefarious post-match attack on their defeated opponents after the bell.
As a result, Riddle returned to Raw out for retribution on The Bloodline for taking an already injured Randy Orton out of action.
Before he joined forces with The Street Profits in a Six-Man Tag Team Match against Jimmy & Jey and Sami Zayn, The Original Bro ignited an all-out brawl outside the ring.
Then, in the final moments of their subsequent showdown, The Usos opted to walk out and paved the way for Riddle to earn payback when he hit the RKO on Zayn for the win.
Bobby Lashley challenged MVP to a match with huge WWE Hell in Cell implications later in the night
Damian Priest & Rhea Ripley def. AJ Styles & Liv Morgan in a Mixed Tag Team Match
Still in the crosshairs of The Judgment Day, Liv Morgan teamed with AJ Styles against Rhea Ripley & Damian Priest, as Edge watched from his mountain of Omnipotence at ringside.
In the final moments of the contest, interference by Edge allowed The Nightmare to pick up the quick pin on her former partner. Then, The Judgment Day laid siege to both Styles and Morgan and left then down on the canvas.
Veer Mahaan threatened Jerry “The King” Lawler on a special edition of “King’s Court” and The Mysterios came to the rescue
Alexa Bliss def. Nikki A.S.H.
The Goddess of WWE overcame her one-time friend turned bitter enemy Nikki A.S.H. with Twisted Bliss.
Cody Rhodes def. The Miz via disqualification
Less then two weeks before going to war with Seth “Freakin” Rollins inside WWE Hell in a Cell, Cody Rhodes climbed to the top rope in an attempt to finish off The Miz in their one-on-one matchup.
As he did, The Visionary suddenly emerged from nowhere and threw him off the top ropes and crashing down to the ringside floor. Seth and The A-Lister then unleashed a two-on-one attack and hurled Rhodes into the steel steps to injury Rhodes’ knee.
Then, Rollins stole Cody’s weight belt that he has gifted to a child in the crowd and struck The American Nightmare with it.
Ezekiel def. Chad Gable
After Kevin Owens and Otis got ejected for interfering in the matchup, Ezekiel used the commotion to overcome Chad Gable with the rollup.
After Ezekiel escaped a post-match attack by Owens and Otis and headed into the crowd, an out-of-control KO challenged him to a one-on-one matchup at WWE Hell in a Cell.
MVP def. Bobby Lashley by Count-Out to win the right to chooses the stipulation at WWE Hell in a Cell
En route to Bobby Lashley’s rematch against Omos at WWE Hell in Cell, the former WWE Champion challenged his one-time cohort MVP to a match with the winner choosing the stipulation for the June 5 Premium Live Event showdown between The All Mighty and The Nigerian Giant.
When Lashley got in an altercation with Omos outside the ring, the referee didn’t see Omos put his hands on his foe and, as a result, counted out The All Mighty from the match. In response, an enraged Lashley put MVP in a post-match Hurt Lock.
Becky Lynch def. Asuka
Big Time Becks battled Asuka for the opportunity to get added to Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair’s match against The Empress of Tomorrow at WWE Hell in a Cell.
When the explosive back-and-forth moved outside the ring, Asuka accidently kicked Belair as she looked on. Lynch took advantage of the bedlam, and when Asuka struggled to beat the count back in the ring, Becky picked up the quick pin.
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