The crowd chants 'Roman' although there are a few boos as Reigns is back in the ring and holds the contract in his hand. However, Strowman stands up and screams, 'Is that all you got'? Reigns lands another Superman punch that drives Strowman to one knee,
He tries to spear him but is then caught and thrown into the corner as the solid steel turnbuckle explodes on contact.
Reigns is left writhing in the ring in pain but he musters up the strength to sign the contract just before Strowman walks out and the episode comes to end.
Strowman stares Foley down and stumbles a bit with his words before he tells Foley his work his done and he has to leave. Foley says that he might not be Raw GM for too long and went to say that Strowman has to listen as long as he was GM. Strowman speaks down to Foley and calls him a suburban dad. Foley seems to have had enough and screams at Strowman, telling him to respect him as a legend and not a manager.
Stowman continues to stare at Foley down and shoves his mic away.
The contract is on the table as Foley sets the scene for the contract signing and says that this is because Strowman believes Reigns might back out of the match. As Foley says that he does not believe that Reigns will do so, he is interrupted by Strowman.
Cesaro attempts a springboard cock-screw elbow but walks into a Uranage slam from Joe. Joe then covers Cesaro for the victory.
Joe defeats Cesaro.
As he is interviewed on the ramp after his match Joe says he came to the WWE to hurt people. While he breaks off into a speech, he is interrupted by Zayn who initially overwhelms him but is pulled away by security.
Joe takes a shot on Zayn as security tries to take him away. Zayn then dives off the ramp onto Joe and the floor as security separate them again.
After the break, Joe looks in control until Cesaro hits Joe with the vertical suplex. Joe gets to his feet quicker than Cesaro and then lands an uppercut. He then transitions to a knee bar, which Cesaro works out of it. He gets Joe to the corner and hits him with a rampage of upper cuts.
Cesaro then plants Joe back-first into the mat after lifting him high in the air. He then goes for a double stomp on Joe's chest.
Joe begins the bout by backing Cesaro to the corner. Cesaro hits Joe with a huge Suplex, followed by a right uppercut as Joe has his back on the ropes. Cesaro looks like he injured his knees as he slips off the apron. Cesaro seems to be favouring his left leg as he goes for a drop kick.
Cesaro then attempts a cross body off the top rope that connects.
Joe capitalises on Cesaro's knee as we go to commercial break.
We are shown a backstage segment with Bayley and Sasha icing themselves after their encounter earlier in the night. Sasha says she will be in Bayley's corner on Sunday. Stephanie McMahon interrupts and says that she won't be able to do that as she will have to face Jax on Sunday!
Perkins plants the Detonation kick on Neese, while the ref is distracted by Neville. Gallagher who is still the legal man, attempts a Russian leg sweep and transitions it into a modified Code of Silence.
Neese taps out while Neville stares at Gallagher and walks away.
Austin Aries mentioned that he had a big scoop earlier, during Tozawa's Cruiserweight match and now we are shown a package of Austin Aries. He joins the commentary team again for this match.
Neville & Tony Neese vs. Jack Gallagher & TJ Perkins:
Neville keeps to talking to Gallagher and as the match starts Perkins takes the initiative. A slight misunderstanding between Perkins and his team-mate gives Neville the opening to slam him. Neville tags in Neese, while Jack is tagged in too. Gallagher takes control and goes for the cover but it is broken up by Neville.