Drew McIntyre came out first. Akira Tozawa was out next. The bell hit, and they met in the middle of the ring for some trash talking. Drew shoved Tozawa back. They went at it and Drew overpowered Tozawa for the first takedown. Drew taunted Tozawa by dropping to his knees and threatening Tozawa to leave or take a beating. Tozawa went to leave and turns to nail a basement dropkick. Drew got sent to the floor, and Tozawa hit a suicide dive. He quickly turned it back around on the floor.

Drew nailed a big inverted Alabama Slam on the floor. He brought it back into the ring and kept Tozawa grounded in the middle. Drew delivered a big chop to the chest. He tossed Tozawa with a big overhead suplex. Drew manhandled Tozawa some more and kept him grounded. Tozawa fought up but got rocked. Tozawa ended up mounting some offence and taking Drew down with a missile dropkick from the top. They tangled, and Tozawa went for the inverted hurricanrana. Drew nailed a Claymore Kick out of nowhere for the pin to win.

Result: Drew McIntyre def. Akira Tozawa

After the match, Drew stood tall and said that was fun, wasn’t it? He talked about how a problem with today is people going to social media to complain. Drew said the WWE locker room likes to be cryptic about it because they’re cowards. He said he’s going to be straight with his issues. Drew named Randy Orton and called Orton to the ring so they can talk about it. He was still in the ring waiting for Randy Orton. Besides, we saw the chop battle that happened between the two last week.

Drew said he can describe what he just saw in three words – stupid, stupid, stupid. He called Orton out again and this time the music hit. Finally, Orton made his way to the ring. He hit the ring and turned his back on Drew, which angered him. Drew said here’s his problem with Orton – he walked around here like he owns the place, no respect for anyone or the rules, and he always has. He gets it, he’s Randy Orton, a future WWE Hall of Famer, but that doesn’t give him the right to speak to Drew like a child.

Drew said he was the most ferocious WWE Superstar in the past, but in 2019 he’s only ferocious at posting on social media. He said he is the most ferocious in WWE, bigger and stronger than Orton. Drew went on about how he and the Claymore Kick are happening, while Orton and the RKO are old news. Orton said he does how he wants because he’s earned the right. He said Drew hasn’t earned a damn thing. Orton thinks they are cool but if Drew thinks they have a problem, let’s fix it right now. So, they faced off and talked trash to each other.

However, the music interrupted and The OC – Luke Gallows, Karl Anderson, and AJ Styles came out. AJ took the mic and just said Orton’s name but was so upset he can’t talk. Gallows and Anderson went on about how Orton ruined AJ’s life by causing him to lose the WWE United States Title to Rey Mysterio. AJ doesn’t care what kind of match it is; he just wants to get his hands on Orton tonight. Drew backed out of this fight and headed to the stage. Orton readied for a battle in the ring while The OC was surrounding him.

AJ entered first, but Orton attacked immediately. Gallows and Anderson attacked Orton. The OC triple-teamed Orton. The music hit and Ricochet came out to make the save. Ricochet went for Anderson first, but he also got beat down by the numbers game. Further, the music hit and Humberto Carrillo came out next. Humberto also got beat down. Rey Mysterio was out next to make the save. He sent all three members of The OC to the floor. Rey stood in the ring with Ricochet and Carrillo while Orton was looking on from the floor. AJ yelled out from the floor on the other side of the ring.


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