Following the usual WWE signature and Superstars opening video package, Becky Lynch and Summer Rae make their entrance as Natalya is shown on commentary alongside David Otunga and Tom Philips.

Becky Lynch vs. Summer Rae

Becky goes for a roll up to kick off the match followed by a roll-through for a second pin attempt. Becky then goes for a third and fourth pin attempt on Summer while Natalya says on commentary that she's sick of being a doormat in WWE because doormats are only good for one thing, "being stepped on". Summer kicks Becky, prior to Becky being put in a headlock. Becky retains control with Zoe arm drags. Summer slides out of the ring. Becky hits a clothesline from the apron onto Summer at ringside. Natalya gets off commentary and has a stare own with Becky. Summer runs at Becky, but Becky hits a forearm to the face of Summer followed by an uppercut. Summer rolls back into the ring. As Becky climbs onto the ring apron, Summer hits a kick to her mid-section after a distraction from Natalya. Summer rolls Becky back into the ring. Summer hits a leg drop on Becky. She attempts another one, but Becky strikes her and hits some clotheslines prior to taking her down. fly hits a forearm in the corner prior to a spinning kick. Becky hits a Becksploder suplex. Summer hits a spinning kick on Becky, prior to Becky regaining control. Becky locks in the Dis-Armer with Summer tapping out for the finish.

Winner via Submission: Becky Lynch

Becky and Natalya have a stare down as the commentators hype Curtis Axel versus Sami Zayn for later in the show, as well as hyping a recap of the final segment of RAW, as well as the Battle Royal at the start of Monday's show heading into the first commercial break.

A recap of The Miz's promo and the closing moments of the Battle Royal on RAW were shown. The announcers then hype that a recap of the Rollins Report segment from RAW will be recapped next.

A recap of the Rollins Report segment from RAW featuring Dean Ambrose is shown. The Social Outcasts are shown eating Cool Ranch Doritos on their way to the ring backstage heading into another commercial break.

Sami Zayn makes his entrance prior to Curtis Axel accompanied by Bo Dallas and Heath Slater.

Curtis Axel vs. Sami Zayn

Sami gets an armlock locked prior to Axel getting a headlock locked in on Sami. Axel gets Sami down prior to rolling out of the ring and taking a Bo-Train lap around the ring. Sami hits some arm drags as Axel re-enters the ring. Axel rolls out of the ring. Sami teases a flip to the outside, but hits his backflip from a sitting position back to the inside of the ring from the top rope as we head to another commercial break.

Sami hits a chop on Axel in the corner prior to climbing to the second rope and punching him in the face several times. Zayn then hits a scoop slam followed by an elbow. Heath Slater distracts the referee while Bo Dallas strikes Zayn from the ring apron. Axel starts stomping Zayn. Axel hits a drop kick on Zayn. Axel locks in a headlock. Zayn hits an arm drag to get out of it, but Axel quickly regains control. Axel eventually locks in another headlock. Axel attempts to throw Sami to the outside, but he lands on the apron. Axel runs towards him, but Zayn hits him with a shoulder to the mid-section. Zayn flips over him back into the ring, Zayn then hits a head scissors after ducking a clothesline attempt by Axel. later comes in the ring trying to get involved, but Zayn kicks him several times, prior to Bo Dallas getting up onto the ring apron - with Sami punching him and knocking him off the ring apron in the process. Axel then runs towards Sami, but Sami catches him and hits an Exploder suplex on him near the corner of the ring. Sami then hits the helluva kick on Axel and pins him for the win.

Winner via Pinfall: Sami Zayn

The announcers plug the Wyatt Family-New Day segment from RAW being recapped, followed by the recap of the segment before the final commercial break.

The McMahon family segment from RAW, featuring Vince McMahon announcing Shane as the Commissioner of SMACKDOWN Live and Stephanie as the Commissioner of Monday Night RAW is shown to close the show.

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