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Kofi Kingston def. Randy Orton to retain the title
WWE United States Championship
AJ Styles def. Cedric Alexander to retain the title
Raw Tag Team Championships
Dolph Ziggler & Robert Roode def. Braun Strowman & Seth Rollins to win the titles
SmackDown Tag Team Championships
The Revival (Scott Dawson & Dash Wilder) def. The New Day (Xavier Woods & Big E) to win the titles
WWE Intercontinental Championship
Shinsuke Nakamura def. The Miz to retain the title
WWE Cruiserweight Championship
Drew Gulak def. Humberto Carrillo & Lince Dorado to retain the title
No DQ Match
Erick Rowan def. Roman Reigns
- The kickoff show panel for tonight consist of The Coach, Booker T, David Otunga and Charly Caruso.
- The panel goes over the card for tonight’s event.
- A video package airs highlighting the feud between Becky Lynch and Sasha Banks, followed by analysis from the panel.
- A video package airs highlighting the feud between Kofi Kingston and Randy Orton, followed by analysis from the panel.
- Charly Caruso interviews Kofi Kingston and Big E, E says that they have no respect for The Revival. Xavier Woods arrives to say he is here to fight The Revival tonight, Kingston says he feels ready to face Randy Orton tonight.
- A video package airs highlighting the feud between Erick Rowan and Roman Reigns, followed by analysis from the panel.
WWE Cruiserweight Championship
Drew Gulak (c) vs. Humberto Carrillo vs. Lince Dorado
The match begins with Gulak nailing Carrillo with a shotgun drop kick, Dorado and Carrillo decide to double team Gulak until he is knocked out of the ring. Gulak returns and Carrillo knocks him back out of the ring with a springboard arm drag, Gulak drags Carrillo out of the ring. Dorado takes out both opponents with a dive to the arena floor, Dorado also nails Gulak with a rana on the arena floor. Dorado goes to the top rope and Gulak shoves him down to the arena floor, Carrillo nails Gulak with a middle rope cross body block for a near fall. Carrillo slows things down before going to the top rope, Gulak throws Carrillo off the ropes for a near fall. Gulak holds Carrillo down while wrenching away on his arm, Carrillo gets free and he kicks Gulak in the face. Dorado returns and he nails Carrillo with a top rope high cross body for a near fall, Gulak then hits Dorado with a gut buster for a near fall. Gulak gets Dorado down while applying a modified full nelson, Dorado gets free and Gulak nails him with a knee strike. Dorado recovers and he nails Gulak with an overhead kick, Carrillo returns and he nails Gulak with a rolling drop kick. Carrillo follows that up by nailing Gulak with a basement drop kick and standing moonsault for a near fall, Carrillo follows up by knocking Gulak out of the ring with a drop kick.
Dorado returns and Carrillo kicks him in the head, Gulak gets Dorado on his shoulders as Carrillo takes out both with a dive. Carrillo gets Dorado in the ring before going to the top rope, Carrillo then hits Dorado with a missile drop kick for a near fall. Gulak gets back in the ring and he places Carrillo on the top rope before following him up there, Carrillo knocks Gulak off the ropes before getting him in a cloverleaf a short time later. Dorado breaks that up and Gulak eventually throws Dorado into Carrillo for a near fall, all three competitors exchange roll ups for a few near falls. All three competitors have a striking exchange until they all go down, Dorado nails Carrillo with a jaw breaker as they get back up. Dorado gets Carrillo to the top rope and he follows him up there, Gulak gets Dorado off the ropes before going to the top rope. Carrillo knocks Gulak off the ropes before eating a drop kick from Dorado, Dorado then hits Carrillo with a super rana after nailing Gulak with a super kick. Dorado misses a shooting star press and Carrillo nails him with a springboard enzaguri, Carrillo nails Dorado with an Aztech Press. Gulak returns to knock Carrillo out of the ring before rolling up Dorado for a three count.
Winner: Drew Gulak, still the WWE Cruiserweight Champion
- A video package airs highlighting the feud between Bayley and Charlotte Flair, followed by analysis from the panel.
- Sarah Schreiber interviews Bayley and Sasha Banks, Banks and Bayley say they aren’t scared of Becky Lynch or Charlotte Flair. Bayley and Banks also promise that they will both leave the event as champions.
WWE United States Championship
AJ Styles (c) vs. Cedric Alexander
The match begins with Alexander immediately nailing Styles with a Michinoku Driver for a near fall, Styles rolls out of the ring and Alexander takes him out with a suicide dive. Alexander gets Styles back in the ring before landing a handspring enzaguri for a near fall, Alexander gets Styles up before landing a few chops. Alexander then drops Styles with another enzaguri, Alexander goes for a springboard move and Styles trips him up. Styles then hits Alexander with a brain buster on the ring apron, Styles follows up by nailing Alexander with a Styles Clash on the arena floor. Styles gets Alexander back in the ring to get a near fall on a pin attempt, Styles then nails Alexander with a ushigoroshi. Alexander tries fighting back and Styles quickly gets him in a calf crusher, Alexander grabs the ropes to break the submission attempt. Styles follows Alexander around the ring while landing some leg kicks, Alexander gets to the ring apron and he nails Styles with a spinning elbow strike. Alexander then hits Styles with a springboard flat liner for a near fall, Styles recovers and he nails Alexander with a reverse DDT.
Styles then hits Alexander with a Phenomenal Forearm and a Styles Clash for a three count.
Winner: AJ Styles, still the WWE United States Champion
After the match, AJ Styles and the rest of The OC continue attacking Cedric Alexander.
- The panel analyzes the Raw Tag Team Championship and WWE Universal Championship matches.