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WWE Universal Championship
Brock Lesnar def. Seth Rollins to win the title

Mixed Tag Team Extreme Rules Match -- Winners Take All
WWE Universal Championship & RAW Women's Championship

Becky Lynch & Seth Rollins def. Lacey Evans & Baron Corbin to retain the titles

No Holds Barred Match
The Undertaker & Roman Reigns def. Drew McIntyre & Shane McMahon

WWE Championship
Kofi Kingston def. Samoa Joe to retain the title

SmackDown Live Women's Championship -- Handicap Match
Bayley def. Alexa Bliss & Nikki Cross to retain the title

WWE Cruiserweight Championship
Drew Gulak def. Tony Nese to retain the title

SmackDown Live Tag Team Championships -- Triple Threat Tag Team Match
New Day (Big E & Xavier Woods) def. Daniel Bryan & Rowan & Heavy Machinery (Tucker & Otis) to win the titles

WWE United States Championship
AJ Styles def. Ricochet to win the title

Last Man Standing Match
Braun Strowman def. Bobby Lashley

RAW Tag Team Championships
The Revival def. The Usos to retain the titles

Aleister Black def. Cesaro

WWE Intercontinental Championship
Shinsuke Nakamura def. Finn Balor to win the title

Kevin Owens def. Dolph Ziggler


- The panel for the pre-show consists of The Coach, Charly Caruso, Beth Phoenix & Sam Roberts.

- The panel goes over the card for tonight’s event.

- A video package airs highlighting how The Undertaker inserted himself to the feud between Roman Reigns, Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre.

- Kevin Owens appears backstage and he is interviewed, Owens says he is here tonight because he has a match with Dolph Ziggler. Owens says that he doesn’t work for Shane McMahon, but for the WWE.

- A highlight package is shown highlighting the feud between Bobby Lashley and Braun Strowman, followed by some analysis from the panel.

- Lacey Evans & Baron Corbin are shown backstage, Corbin says that Evans is going to be the next Raw Women’s Champion. Corbin says tonight is their night to get revenge on Seth Rollins and Becky Lynch, Evans says the relationship between Rollins and Lynch will end in heartbreak tonight.

WWE Intercontinental Championship
Finn Balor (c) vs. Shinsuke Nakamura

The match begins with Nakamura backing Balor into the ropes before getting shoved away, Balor then attacks Nakamura with a few forearm strikes. Nakamura goes for a sunset flip and Balor counters with a drop kick, Balor traps Nakamura in the corner while landing some chops. Nakamura catches a leaping Balor and he places him on the top rope before knocking him to the ring apron with a knee strike, Nakamura goes to the ring apron and Balor uses an enzaguri to knock him to the arena floor. Balor follows that up by taking Nakamura out with a suicide dive, Balor then grabs Nakamura and throws him into the barricade a few times. Balor gets Nakamura back in the ring and Nakamura surprises him with an arm bar attempt, Balor quickly gets to the ropes to break the submission attempt.

Nakamura grounds Balor before landing some knee strikes and knee drops, Nakamura holds Balor down while applying a modified chin lock. Balor gets free and he clocks Nakamura with an overhead kick, Balor then nails a charging Nakamura with boots to the face before landing a series of drop kicks. Balor then drops Nakamura with a falling elbow smash for a near fall, Balor follows up by nailing Nakamura with a sling blade. Balor goes for a shotgun drop kick and Nakamura kicks him right in the face, Nakamura places Balor on the top rope before missing a knee strike. Balor then drops Nakamura with a rope assisted enzaguri, Balor goes to the top rope and Nakamura crotches him. Nakamura traps Balor in the ropes before landing a sliding snap German suplex, Nakamura goes for a running knee strike and Balor counters with a double stomp.

Balor then hits Nakamura with a shotgun drop kick before missing a Coupe De Grace, Nakamura then hits Balor with a knee strike to the back of the head. Nakamura lands a follow up knee strike for the three count.

Winner: Shinsuke Nakamura, your new WWE Intercontinental Champion

- A highlight package is shown highlighting the feud between Kofi Kingston and Samoa Joe, The New Day joins the panel for an interview. Big E dismisses the pressure they are all facing tonight, Kofi Kingston says all of The New Day will wear gold by the end of the night. Xavier Woods and E comment on the odds against them winning the tag team gold tonight, Kingston promises they will all leave with gold tonight.

WWE Cruiserweight Championship
Drew Gulak (c) vs. Tony Nese

The match begins with Gulak immediately nailing Nese with a drop kick, Gulak and Nese have a brief striking exchange on the ground. Gulak starts working over Nese’s arm until he eats a striking combination, Nese uses a running clothesline to knock Gulak out of the ring. Nese goes to the arena floor and Gulak clobbers him with a diving clothesline from the ring apron, Gulak gets Nese in the ring for a near fall on a pin attempt. Gulak holds Nese down while wrenching away on his head, Nese gets free and Gulak nails him with a drop kick for a near fall. Gulak again holds Nese down while twisting away on his head, Nese gets free and he nails Gulak with a pump handle power slam for a near fall. Gulak and Nese exchange some more strikes until Gulak nails Nese with multiple kicks to the face, Nese gets free and he nails Gulak with a release German suplex into the corner.

Nese goes for Running Nese and Gulak counters with an elbow strike, Nese escapes the grasp of Gulak before trapping him in the ropes. Nese then hits a trapped Gulak with a moonsault that sends Nese crashing to the area floor, Nese goes to the top rope and he nails Gulak with a 450 splash for a near fall. Nese tries lifting Gulak up and he winds up exchanging blows with him, Nese and Gulak exchange roll ups until Gulak lands a power bomb for a near fall. Gulak hits Nese with a Cyclone Clash for a three count.

Winner: Drew Gulak, still the WWE Cruiserweight Champion

- A video package airs highlighting the feud between Becky Lynch, Seth Rollins, Lacey Evans and Baron Corbin, which is followed by analysis from the panel.

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