2 Out Of 3 Falls Match
Rey Mysterio vs. Andrade w/Zelina Vega
The fall begins with Andrade immediately dropping Mysterio with a boot to the face, Mysterio recovers and he sends Andrade into the ropes. Vega distracts Mysterio and Andrade rolls him up with his feet on the ropes for a three count.
Fall #1 Winner: Andrade w/Zelina Vega
The fall begins with Mysterio using a head scissors to knock Andrade out of the ring, Mysterio goes to the top rope and Andrade meets him up there after landing a few strikes. Mysterio gets off the ropes to nail Andrade with a few kicks, Mysterio then lands a top rope hurricarana to send himself and Andrade crashing to the arena floor. Mysterio gets Andrade back in the ring before landing a splash for a near fall, Mysterio goes for a moonsault and Andrade blocks it before landing a spinning elbow strike for a near fall. Andrade keeps the pressure on Mysterio while landing a ton of strikes, Andrade goes for a running double knee strike and Mysterio gets out of the way. Mysterio lands a few strikes before nailing Andrade with a Destroyer for a near fall, Mysterio traps Andrade in the ropes before missing a 619. Andrade and Mysterio exchange roll ups for a few near falls, Mysterio traps Andrade in the ropes before landing a 619. Mysterio goes to the top rope and Andrade gets his knees up during the frog splash attempt, Andrade nails Mysterio with a hammerlock DDT for a three count.
Fall #2 Winner: Andrade w/Zelina Vega
Winner: Andrade w/Zelina Vega (2-0)
- Steve Austin joins the program via Skype, Austin says that Seth Rollins performance at WWE Summerslam ‘19 was top notch. Austin says that he knows exactly who Rollins is now, Austin says that he told Rollins to stay focused when they met backstage at the Raw Reunion.
- Charly Caruso interviews Rey Mysterio, who says he has never lost two falls in a row and he has no idea where his career is going. Mysterio says that he has a family to support before walking away.
- The Street Profits are back and they tell Rey Mysterio to keep his head up, Angelo Dawkins is sleeping and Montez Ford has to wake him up.
- Sarah Schreiber interviews Drew McIntyre, who says the rivalry with Cedric Alexander ends tonight and the fairy tale comes to an end.
Drew McIntyre vs. Cedric Alexander
The match begins with Alexander nailing McIntyre with a drop kick, Alexander then uses a clothesline to knock McIntyre out of the ring. Alexander follows that up by nailing McIntyre with a suicide dive, Alexander gets McIntyre back in the ring before landing a missile drop kick for a near fall. McIntyre propels Alexander to the middle rope and he gets him off before landing a buckle bomb for a near fall, McIntyre traps Alexander in the corner while landing a few strikes. McIntyre holds Alexander down while applying a cobra clutch, Alexander gets free and McIntyre kicks him in the head before landing an overhead release suplex for a near fall. McIntyre holds Alexander down while wrenching away on his arm, Alexander gets free and McIntyre nails him with more strikes. Alexander gets free and he nails McIntyre with a handspring enzaguri, Alexander nails McIntyre with a spinning elbow strike and a knee strike. Alexander then hits McIntyre with a tornado DDT for a near fall, Alexander grabs McIntyre and he gets him on the top rope.
Alexander follows McIntyre up there and McIntyre takes him off with a super side effect for a near fall, McIntyre grabs Alexander and he throws him out of the ring. McIntyre attacks Alexander before Alexander shoves him into the ring post, Alexander nails McIntyre with a Lumbar Check on the arena floor. Alexander gets back in the ring before attempting a suicide dive, McIntyre propels Alexander onto the entrance ramp before getting him in the ring. McIntyre sets up for the Claymore Kick and Alexander collapses to the ground below, Alexander shocks McIntyre with a roll up for a near fall. McIntyre goes to the top rope and Alexander nails him with a one man spanish fly for a near fall, Alexander goes for the Lumbar Check and McIntyre defends. McIntyre goes for the inverted Alabama slam and Alexander rolls through for a near fall, McIntyre nails Alexander with a Claymore Kick for a three count.
Winner: Drew McIntyre
- The OC is shown talking backstage about what happened at WWE Summerslam ‘19, AJ Styles promises to defeat Seth Rollins tonight.
- Paul Heyman is shown walking into Brock Lesnar’s locker room.
No Way Jose vs. Robert Roode
The match begins with Roode backing Jose into the corner while landing a bunch of strikes, Jose fights back and he nails Roode with strikes of his own. Roode recovers and he nails a charging Jose with a spine buster, Roode nails Jose with a Glorious DDT for a three count.
Winner: Robert Roode
- Charly Caruso interviews Paul Heyman, Heyman says that he has an exclusive that Caruso doesn’t have, Heyman says that Brock Lesnar will get no rematches against Seth Rollins. Heyman walks away angry before returning to Lesnar’s locker room.
The Revival (Scott Dawson & Dash Wilder) vs. The Lucha House Party (Lince Dorado & Gran Metalik) w/Kalisto
The match begins with Dorado nailing Wilder with a few holds, Wilder slows Dorado down before tagging Dawson in. Dawson nails Dorado with a back suplex for a near fall, Wilder tags in and Dorado takes out both opponents with a springboard moonsault. R-Truth hits the ring while being chased by a bunch of superstars.
Match Result: No Contest
After the match, The Revival hit R-Truth with a Hart Attack to get a three count and the 24/7 Title. Kalisto hits Dawson with a sliced bread and R-Truth pins him for a three count to win the title, R-Truth is chased backstage by a bunch of competitors. R-Truth returns to the stage and he heads backstage in a different direction, Elias appears and he attacks R-Truth with a guitar shot to pin him and win the title.