In the back, Charly Caruso interviewed Angel Garza, Andrade and Zelina Vega. She asked Garza a question but Vega answered instead. She called it a false narrative that her clients can’t get along. They already beat the Viking Raiders and the Big Show. She said no man could measure up to them and no women were on her level. Vega started to run down Caruso but Andrade and Garza got her to calm down. Garza said he could beat both opponents. Andrade said they could win as long as Garza had his back. They were then interrupted by the Viking Raiders. After the segment, Vega managed Garza and Andrade to a Tag Team victory over the Raiders.
Sarah Schrieber tried to interview Ruby Riott but the IIconics interrupted and told her not to bother. They reminded Riott that they each beat her. Riott warned them to stop talking before she knocks them both out. The IIconics continued to talk trash until Riott stopped them and introduced her tag partner — Bianca Belair. Belair said they can’t work her and left with Riott.
Ruby Riott & Bianca Belair vs. The IIconics
The IIconics immediately isolated Riott in the match, trying to keep Belair out of the ring. Once Riott made the hot tag to Belair, the match was all but over. Belair ran through Peyton Royce and Billie Kay before hitting the Kiss of Death on Kay for the win after Riott cleared Royce from the ring.
Winners: Ruby Riott & Bianca Belair
R-Truth welcomed Tozawa to go to the ring for a 24/7 championship match. Before the match could begin, Baszler appeared, walking to the ring and taking out the three ninjas before Tozawa and Truth decided to simply leave to avoid taking their own beatings. Baszler then cut a short promo, saying she was ready to bring a hard dose of reality to the women in the locker room.
Women’s Tag Team Titles: Sasha Banks & Bayley (c) vs. The Kabuki Warriors
Banks and Bayley replayed the video package they debuted last week before the Warriors came to the ring. When Asuka and Kairi Sane entered the ring, Banks and Bayley tried to jump them, but were quickly taken out. After the match began, the champions isolated Asuka. That didn’t last long before Asuka made the hot tag to Sane, who immediately cleaned house. The champs eventually made the comeback, this time isolating Sane from her corner.
A late match scramble kicked in when Asuka got back in the match, eventually locking Banks in the Asuka lock before Banks managed to roll and get her feet on the ropes. Sane got a blind tag, allowing a series of kicks before Sane hit the diving elbow on Banks, but Bayley made the save. Moments later, Banks managed to catch a sliding clothesline attempt to lock in the Banks Statement on Sane for the submission to retain the titles.
Winners: Sasha Banks & Bayley (c)