- Nakamura is brought out Renee Young to a huge ovation. He's given some shitty dialogue.
- Even thought the dialogue is doody, this interview format is much better than a regular promo. Unless you're someone like Enzo Amore -- or a lot of times a heel -- it comes off as whiny when you're out there solo.
- Jinder attacks from behind. Nakamura briefly makes him pay, but the numbers game is too much. Great heat
- Good thing the Singh Bros. were there to make sure the move went smoothly.
Natalya & Carmella (w/ James Ellsworth) defeated Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch
- Nice to see Becky Lynch still exists
- This is a fantastic crowd. They go crazy when Charlotte is tagged in.
- This isn't a bad match at all, but most of it takes place during the commercial.
- Carmella hits Becky with a briefcase, and it distracts Charlotte long enough to get submitted with a Sharpshooter.
- We know where this is going. Place your bets on Charlotte Flair.
Bobby Roode defeated Mike Kanellis
- First Kanellis appearance in a month.
- He gets beat real quick by Roode. Why'd y'all sign him?
- I'm a fan of Roode as a babyface. Also Corey Graves' total disdain of Saxton.
- These Dolph Ziggler segs do great Youtube numbers. Ziggler's entrance sucks, but the promo was fun.
New Day and Usos
- We get promos from each of these teams, and it is what it usually is. The Usos are awesome, and New Day are harmless.
- Usos are something special and real, and to be able to overcome being stale twice is impressive.
- The same can't be said for Jinder's backstage promo after this. It's bad.
Tye Dlilinger defeated Baron Corbin
- Corbin doing the Bossman spot every match is not good, and thankfully Dillinger had it "scouted."
- What was good was the spot into the stairs coming back from the break.
- Tye Dillinger hits a small package for the win. So why isn't he involved in the title match now?
- AJ Styles is on the TitanTron cutting a written promo. It's not good.
Randy Orton defeated Aiden English (w/ Rusev)
- Rusev accompanies his new friend Aiden English to the ring. He goes from angry to optimistic over the ruined Rusev day. He's a treasure.
- A pop-up RKO wins this match quick. This is the Randy Orton I want to see. One where his matches can go any length of time and end with an RKO at a moment's notice.
Face to Face
- Sami Zayn tries to talk sense into Shane McMahon before this promo, but Shane isn't having it.
- Shane McMahon comes out and says some stuff that doesn't particularly mean anything. He then drops the stipulation that his match Sunday will be Falls Count Anywhere.
- He gets lured up to the merchandise area of the arena by Owens and eats a SAAAAAD looking powerbomb from Owens.
- Owens goes back to the ring and says he agrees with the decision and is throwing Shane McMahon off the cell.
- Shane drags himself to the ring, and hits a bad flying clothesline off the barrier. The crowd buys into it, so none of that really matters. Kevin Owens beats him up more anyway.