Mick Foley is backstage talking with WWE Champion Kofi Kingston backstage. Kingston takes a peek at the new championship and looks impressed.
Roman Reigns is in the ring, but before he can speak Shane McMahon’s music hits. McMahon stays on the stage and says Reigns is using the Wild Card Rule, but he should remember that the yard is small compared to the Best in the World. McMahon says he proved his point last night in a brutal Steel Cage Match, but he walked out with his hand held high in victory. Just for everyone’s edification, he’s officially done with The Miz. McMahon’s focus is going somewhere else. That focal point is Reigns. McMahon can’t get out of his head when Reigns did to his father Vince McMahon. The fact Reigns cowardly struck his father to the ground makes him wonder what kind of man Reigns is. He says Reigns disgusts him.
— WWE (@WWE) May 21, 2019
Reigns says he hates spoiled rich kids and the fans cheer. McMahon said a whole bunch of crap and all he said is he’s done with The Miz. Reigns says he’s done with Elias, so his schedule is wide open. McMahon says Elias isn’t done with Reigns. Reigns challenges McMahon to a fight tonight. McMahon sarcastically calls Reigns brave for challenging a person who went through a brutal Steel Cage Match. McMahon asks the crowd if the people want to see him fight Roman Reigns. They cheer in the affirmative. McMahon takes off his jacket, but then says it’s not happening. McMahon says he controls his destiny and does what he wants when he wants. McMahon says he’s Reigns’ boss and will demonstrate control, like right now…and Drew McIntyre’s music hits. McIntyre walks onto the stage beside Shane.
McMahon says he’ll accept Reigns challenge at Super ShowDown. When Reigns regains consciousness, he’ll hear McMahon being announced as the winner. Reigns says after Super ShowDown, McMahon will say what everyone else does: “I just got my ass kicked by Roman Reigns.”
Still to come, Becky Lynch on A Moment of Bliss, and Kofi and Seth teaming up. The Uso’s make their way to the ring.
We see Shane and Drew backstage, and he’s stopped by an interviewer. She says Shane is insinuating that he won’t show-up to Super Show-Down alone. Shane cuts her off and says he didn’t insinuate anything. The Miz walks up and Shane asks if they’re done. Drew steps between them and says what Shane meant to say was, it’s done. Miz says Shane can’t even fight his own battles anymore, so when he’s done with Drew he’ll come for Shane.
We see highlights of The Uso’s messing with The Revival. The Revival make their way to the ring for a match.
— WWE (@WWE) May 21, 2019
The Uso’s Vs. The Revival
The Revival come out swinging right away. They knock Jimmy down before hitting Jey with a backbreaker/leg drop combo for a two count. They take them out of the ring and The Revival toss Jey into the barricade.
Wilder gets Jey back in the ring and punches him down. Scott Dawson tags in, and they hit a double-team suplex for a two count. Dawson talks trash to Jey and rips at the face. Dawson chops the chest, but Jey fights back. Jimmy tags in, and they clothesline The Revival out of the ring as we head to the break.
We come back from the break to see Wilder applying a rear chinlock to Jimmy. Uce fights up and kicks Wilder in the face but Dawson is tagged in. Jimmy hits him with an enzuigiri and both men are down.
Jey and Wilder are tagged in. Jey knocks him down a few times kicking him in the midsection and landing an uppercut. Jey hits Wilder with a Samoan Drop before catching Dawson with one as well. Jey hits a running hip bump on Dawson, then looks for one to Wilder but he manages to avoid it. Jey kicks him back and hits a cross-body block for a two count. Wilder fights him off and goes to the top rope. Jey cuts him off, but Dawson blind tags in. Wilder powerbombs Jey, and Dawson follows up with an elbow drop for a two count. The fans are getting into this.
Dawson talks trash to Jey before landing an uppercut. They trade punches before Dawson looks for a backslide to no avail. Jimmy tags in, and The Usos hit stereo superkicks, but Wilder breaks up the pin. Wilder gets Jey outside and hits a tornado DDT on the floor! Jimmy hits Wilder with a suicide dive before getting back in the ring.
Jimmy manages to catch Dawson with a superkick for a near fall. “This is awesome” from the crowd. Jimmy catches Wilder with a back body drop. Dawson then rolls Jimmy up with a handful of tights for the win!
Winners: The Revival
Now that is how you make the most of your time. The Revival celebrate their big win.
We see Alexa Bliss having her make-up done backstage. She’s approached by Nikki Cross – who she was talking to a little while ago – and accuses her of losing the Money In The Bank last night. She says its OK though because she has her own show. Dash and Dawson then walk up celebrating, and tell Alexa they should be the next guests on A Moment of Bliss.
There will be a Firefly Fun House after the break, which got the pop of the night so far.
— WWE Network (@WWENetwork) May 21, 2019
We get the latest episode of Firefly Fun House and it’s super short. The video just shows shots of children playing, then they’re just staring at the screen with “let him in” written on their forehead. It then shows Bray in his mask and he says “let me in”, and that’s it.
Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross then come out for A Moment of Bliss. They sit down and Alexa says she requested coffee, which a stage hand then brings her. They take a drink, then Alexa introduces Becky Lynch, while vaguely insulting her for losing her SmackDown Women’s Championship last night.
Becky come out and takes a seat but before she can speak the IIconics come out. They make fun of Becky for losing her belt last night, so Lynch says she’ll take them to the ring right now and become Becky Three Belts.
Lacey Evans comes out and says Lynch lost her title because of her. Lynch says she beat Evans with only half her attention last night. Lynch challenges Evans and The IIconics to a match. Cross says she’ll fight with Lynch. Lynch then pulls Bliss onto her team and it seems we have a match.
Becky Lynch, Nikki Cross & Alexa Bliss Vs. The IIconics & Lacey Evans
Becky Lynch starts against Billie Kay. Lynch shoulder blocks Kay down, so Peyton Royce tags in. They lock up, and Royce slides out of a body slam. Lynch quickly gets up and kicks Royce down. Nikki Cross tags in. Alexa Bliss is just standing at ringside drinking her coffee, but I’m pretty sure she’s actually in the match.
Cross hits Royce with a dropkick before avalanching her in the corner. Cross follows up with a running bulldog for a two count. Cross fights off The IIconics before going to the top rope. Cross hits Royce with a cross-body block for a two count. Royce knocks Cross down and tags in Billie again.
The IIconics take Cross down with a double team move and do their pose. Lacey Evans tags in and hits a slingshot bronco buster for a two count. Royce tags back in and applies a chin lock. Cross fights up, but Royce pulls her down by the hair. Evans tags in and taunts Lynch. Cross eventually gets away.
Lynch and Kay are tagged in at the same time. Becky knocks Kay down with forearms a few times. Evans walks off on her team and to the back. Lynch hits Kay with the Bexploder. Lynch goes to the top rope for a missile dropkick. Lynch knocks Royce off the apron before booting Kay down. Becky hits a diving leg drop for the win.
Winner: Becky Lynch, Alexa Bliss, & Nikki Cross
I’m hoping that’s a new finisher for Lynch – having a submission finsih for a supposed badass just doesn’t fit.
We see Foley walking backstage again, talking to various talents. He’ll be out to introduce the new title next!