Charlotte Flair & Carmella vs Bayley & Sasha Banks
Carmella and Sasha started off the match and they wrestled around trading control a couple of times before Banks threw Mella out of the ring. Bayley took the tag and jumped out to stalk Carmella before hitting a forearm and driving her head into the announce table.
Then they returned to the ring where Bayley continued the abuse. Charlotte eventually took the tag and lit Bayley up with some chops. Flair tried to slap on a figure four, but Banks broke it up with her double knee drop. Then Banks avoided a figure four herself.
Mella took the tag and hit a cross body on Banks before landing a Superkick for a two count that was broken up by Bayley. Carmella sent Bayley out of the ring and then Sasha locked on the Banks Statement.
Charlotte Flair just stood there while Mella tapped.
Winners: Sasha Banks & Bayley
R-Truth picked up Carmella and ran off as a bunch of jobber women ran after her. Bayley and Banks tried to gang up on Flair and then Becky Lynch came out to fight both of them off.
Ali vs Shinsuke Nakamura
Sami Zayn gave a good intro for Nakamura and it was good to see him finally out of that neck brace.
This was not pretty for Ali from the get-go as he quickly took a post on the outside of the ring.
Ali mounted a comeback, but Shinsuke hit a back heel kick to take him down quickly. This was followed by a sliding snap German suplex. Nakamura tried for a Kinshasa, but Ali nailed a Superkick for a two count.
Nakamura caught Ali on the top turnbuckle and brought him down. Ali nearly got a pinfall and then he nailed a tornado DDT before climbing up top again before Zayn pulled Nakamura out of the ring. So, Ali nailed a dive over the referee on Nakamura.
Then Ali went back in and ate a Kinshasa for the loss.
Winner: Shinsuke Nakamura
The New Day vs B-Team
They were hyping the possibility that The New Day could get split up with the draft.
The B Team were far more aggressive than we’re used to seeing out of them. They took Woods out of the ring and then they did a “B Train” where they ran around the ring. Big E joined the train to take Axel out.
Big E soon took the tag and they hit a Midnight Hour on Bo Dallas for the win.
Winners: The New Day
They showed Fire & Desire backstage. Mandy was handing out issues of Maxim Australia where she’s on the cover. Otis asked her for a selfie and started perving out to the magazine which Tucker seemed to approve of.
Kabuki Warriors vs Fire & Desire
Mandy Rose apparently handed Corey Graves a signed Maxim magazine so he was pretty distracted here.
Asuka and Sonya started things out and then Kairi Sane took the tag. Deville landed a right hand on Sane and dumped her out of the ring. Mandy grabbed the magazine and said she’ll never look like her. Kairi wiffed a kick, but connected with the second one and kicked the magazine away.
Then Kairi hit a sliding elbow when they got back in the ring. Deville knocked Sane down from the apron and Mandy nearly got the pinfall.
Asuka finally got tagged back in and she hit a hip attack in the corner on Rose before hitting a bulldog and a sliding elbow, but Deville broke up the pinfall. Rose nearly stole a roll-up pin and then the Kabuki Warriors hit a Codebreaker followed an InSane Elbow for the win.
Winners: Kabuki Warriors
Shane McMahon and Kevin Owens
Shane came down with his attorneys and invited Kevin Owens out. Shane said he could keep Owens in court for years and then he offered him a clean slate.
Owens called Shane an idiot and said this makes him sick. Then he said that makes him sicker is being in the same locker room as him. Owens said that this is all about seeing Shane McMahon’s ass get fired.
Then Kevin Owens suggested one final match. If Owens wins then Shane’s gone from WWE. He said there’s no catch. Instead, this will be a ladder match.
Backstage, Becky Lynch was doing an interview with Kayla Braxton in the final moments and Banks jumped her. The two brawled in the back until Banks took control and smashed Lynch all around the backstage area until officials pulled Banks off of her.
That’s how SmackDown says goodbye to the USA Network.