- Matt Riddle says bro a whole lot. He talks about AJ Styles liking him less than he likes AJ Styles.
- Riddle talks about almost getting AMPUTATED TOOTSIES from frostbite. He says he doesn't wear shoes, even if he's hanging out with a bear.
- Baron Corbin interrupts Riddle and calls him an idiot. Corbin kicks Michael Cole out of the ring.
- Corbin tells Riddle that he needs to be ready for a match at any time and someone needs to put the new guy in his place.
- Corbin says Riddle doesn't get to face him just yet, and brings out John Morrison.
Matt Riddle defeated John Morrison (w/ The Miz)
- The chain wrestling of Riddle is fantastic. He goes for rolling gutwrench suplexes.
- Morrison should probably stop doing that move where he piledrives himself.
- Morrison's corkscrew body press was great.
- They're about to trade strikes, but Morrison pokes him in the eye.
- I was scared to death of the Fisherman's buster Riddle did, but it looked good.
- Broton Bomb and rear naked choke. The two brawl on the top rope.
- Morrison did a Spanish Fly belly-to-belly and a standing Spanish Fly.
- Riddle thwarts Miz and small packages Morrison for the win.
- AJ Styles shows up and attacks Riddle, but Gulak makes the save.
- Corbin, Morrison and Miz aren't happy backstage, and Corbin says he's going to cut the legs out from underneath him.
AJ Styles (c) defeated Drew Gulak to retain the title
- Gulak is much bigger than people realize.
- Daniel Bryan is giving advice via Zoom.
- Gulak has an homage to Danny Havoc on his wrist tape, who died on May 31. This is Gulak's first match since then.
- Styles hits a brainbuster that was a beautiful close call.
- Gulak whiplashes Styles on the turnbuckle and does a great delayed scoop slam driver.
- Styles does a powerbomb and hits a beautiful Styles Clash.
- Phenomenal Forearm gets the win.
- Bayley and Sasha Banks brag about the shows they're on.
- They say The Undertaker called her and told her how much he respects them.
- They have produced a fitting tribute. They have a video highlight.
- Nikki Cross and Alexa Bliss interrupt and have their own list of accomplishments. Alexa Bliss drove across Antarctica in a go kart, Nikki Cross is 325th to the throne as Queen of Scotland.
- Some shit goes down and we now have Bayley vs. Bliss.
Bayley (w/ Sasha Banks) defeated Alexa Bliss (w/ Nikki Cross) via DQ
- Bayley is wrestling in leggings and t-shirt.
- Bayley works over the arm of Alexa Bliss.
- Bayley and Sasha cheat, and Nikki Cross takes out Sasha.
- Nikki attacks Bayley and ends up getting the DQ.
- The heels hit the bricks.
- The lame finish brought it down for me
- A really lame Swamp match promo. Oh my god, @CoryJCropper just wondered aloud if the Swamp match would result in an alligator eating one of these guys to promote the new WWE game.
- They're going to show the Bray Wyatt vs. Braun Strowman MITB match next week. Okay. Bliss Cross Applesauce vs. Golden Role Models non-title, too.
Shinsuke Nakamura defeated Kofi Kingston
- Big E hilariously laughs, then chases Cesaro around the ring and gets tossed out. Cesaro is out, too.
- The match is fine and we're looking at two people who have been massively over at points of their WWE careers, I just would rather see the title match than another stakeless match.
- Nakamura gets the win.
- The tag title match is taking place next week.
- Cesaro comes out and grabs a table, but Big E runs the heels off.
- Sheamus isn't there, he's on Zoom. But Jeff Hardy is there around all the drink setups.
- Sheamus says a whole bunch of nothing for several minutes and calls Jeff Hardy a JOONKIE.
- "IS IT FUNNY 2 U" - Jeff Hardy. Well, Sheamus is laughing, so yeah.
- Sheamus wants Jeff Hardy to drink. Instead, Jeff pours it all over Sheamus' bartender and breaks a bottle over his head.
- Lol why would Sheamus give a shit about some scrub he hired to serve Jeff drinks?
- This sucked.
10- Perfect, 9- MOTY Territory, 8- Excellent, 7- Great, 6- Good, 5- Average to above average, 4- Slightly below average, 3 or below: Poor
Each match starts at a 5 and slides up and down based on entertainment, execution, time, environment, reaction and stakes. The ratings are in no way an indication of a "star rating," which is a completely different system. A standard, non-offensive "TV match" lands at a 5. The gap between 5.75-6 is generally the largest, with anything reaching 6 being recommended viewing.
These are opinions, and incredibly inconsistent ones that may change upon a second viewing, or sitting on the match for a period of time. Don't take them too seriously, and have (and share) your own!