WWE WrestleMania Backlash Results (5/8) Providence, RI

WWE WrestleMania Backlash Coverage

Your host for WWE WrestleMania Backlash kickoff show are Kayla Braxton, Kevin Patrick, John Layfield, Booker T, and Peter Rosenberg. They run through the card for tonight’s show. We have a video package for Seth Rollins and Cody Rhodes.

Kayla brings up Cody’s return at Wrestlemania and his victory over Seth Rollins. She asks if either of them have an advantage.

Booker says Seth has a gripe with the match at Mania. Seth is the perfect opponent for Cody because Seth is that good. Cody is fighting for a higher power. Kevin wonders what is next for Seth if he loses tonight. John says that it was an unfair advantage even if he knew it was a mystery opponent. There is no advantage tonight. We will find out if Cody can be a champion. Peter says both men are fighting for the same spot. They are both trying to become Undisputed Champion. Cody has to respond to Seth’s comments about Dusty Rhodes. Kevin says Cody told him that Seth is cheap for going after Dusty. John says Cody is the son of greatness. The talk will not get to Cody. Seth will not get under Cody’s skin. Cody has put the pressure on himself to be champion. Booker says Cody is fighting for what his father could never do. Peter picks Cody to win. John says this is the start of an incredible legacy for Cody and he will win. Kevin picks Cody to win. Booker picks Cody after hesitating.

— We take a look at MVP attacking Bobby Lashley on Raw.

MVP joins the panel to talk about this match. Porter says he is a little nervous. Kevin asks Porter about leaving Bobby Lashley to join with Omos. Booker interrupts and he says that Lashley abandoned MVP. Booker asks Porter how does he feel about Bobby abandoning him. Porter says he does not let his emotions dictate his decisions. He made a business decision to move on to bigger and better things. Porter says if he let his emotions guide his decisions, he would be an unpopular DJ in New York.

Kayla asks if Porter is on the bandwagon for Omos after leaving Lashley. Porter says he is the X Factor. Without him, Bobby Lashley was just Bobby Lashley. With Porter, Lashley became the All Mighty. Under his guidance, Omos will be bigger in every way than Bobby Lashley. John asks how bad will Omos beat Bobby. Porter says Omos needs to make a point. He was embarrassed at Wrestlemania. Omos came to him and talked about Lashley abandoning Porter and he asked for some guidance. Omos told him his goal is to literally break Bobby Lashley in half.

Kevin brings up Lashley calling Porter selfish and how he thinks it is all about him. Porter asks if he came out at Wrestlemania himself, it was Lashley. Porter says that is insane. Porter asks if they just give away journalism degrees in Dublin and Kevin says they do.

Booker says Lashley had a great thing going. He is picking Omos to destroy something. Kevin says he is picking Lashley, and apologizes to MVP for his pick. Porter says he has stated that Lashley was impressive before he was Bobby’s business partner. Lashley became the most dominant force. Omos is the biggest specimen in WWE and I am in his corner. MVP is the X Factor. John mentions other managers who were X Factors and that is why Omos will destroy Lashley. Peter picks Omos, not because Porter is standing next to him.

— We take a look at Edge and AJ Styles.

Kevin brings up Damian Priest being banned from ringside and if it will affect the match. John says Priest not being out there might be a factor, but Edge and AJ can steal the show. Peter says that Edge has found a different mode that is dangerous and unpredictable. Booker says Edge is like a chameleon who can change his spots. Edge may not be the performer he was back in the day, but Ali was not the same as he was back in the day but he can adapt. Edge is the same. Kevin brings up Edge’s match with Seth Rollins at Crown Jewel.

Kayla says that emotions could be the downfall for either man. John says that AJ cannot get too emotional. AJ rises to the level. They are this generation’s Shawn Michaels and Eddie Guerrero. John says he does not know who will win, but it will be awesome. Peter talks about how people adapted their games and that is what veterans do. Booker mentions that AJ is ‘The Phenomenal One’.

Booker picks Edge to win. Kevin says he is concerned about AJ’s arm but he is picking AJ. John picks Edge. Peter says he is picking Edge.

— We take a look at the I Quit Match for the Smackdown Women’s Title.

— Kayla asks if it will be the mental or physical ability that wins. Kevin asks how does the I Quit stipulation affect the match. Booker says they should call this the Queen of the Submissions match. Booker says Charlotte has an advantage. Ronda needs this win. Booker says Ronda has to win for her own psyche. Kayla mentions how Charlotte said that Ronda always had to be on top, but that is where she is. John says it is not about athleticism, it is about being Charlotte Flair. Charlotte will do anything to win and he does not know if Ronda has that in her. Peter says it is more personal for Charlotte than Ronda. The red carpet got rolled out for Ronda and Charlotte has been trying to prove that she is the best. She will make Ronda say I Quit on Mother’s Day. Booker says the business is about passing the torch and Charlotte is not ready to do that yet. Kayla says that Drew Gulak has to stay away from this one.

Peter and John pick Charlotte. Kevin says it is also personal for Ronda so she will win tonight. Booker picks Charlotte.

— We have a video for Madcap Moss and Happy Corbin.

Moss joins the panel and Booker asks for a joke. Moss says tonight is not the day for jokes. He roasted Corbin two days ago. Tonight he says he will embarrass Corbin for real by giving him the loss.

Kayla asks if Moss is sad at the end of their friendship. Moss says they had a great time on the road. When things got bad, Corbin started to blame him and treat him like dirt. Corbin could not accept blame for anything. Booker brings up Miz and Alex Riley. Moss says he was standing up for himself. Now that he is on his own, he sees the people behind him and he wants it all. Booker says he thinks Moss will be a success. Booker suggests getting rid of the suspenders and belt.

Kevin asks Moss if Corbin is really better than him because of what he has accomplished. Moss mentions how Corbin retired Kurt Angle and he has a great finish. He is a great competitor and Moss says he has his work ahead of him but Corbin thinks he can get past him.

Kayla says she is picking Moss to win. Kevin picks Moss as well. Peter tells Moss he likes him and that he has a bright future. Corbin is too much and he is going with his bald brother. Moss says Peter will look more stupid than he already is. John says Moss can have Rhode Island with him, but it is the smallest state. He picks Corbin to win. Booker says he likes the energy and that Moss is serious so he is picking Moss.

— We are backstage and Sarah Schrieber wants to get Paul Heyman’s thoughts about the six man tag match along with the Usos. Paul wonders where are the Mother’s Day wishes for Roman’s mother and the Usos’ mother. Jey and Jimmy say they love their mom. Paul says they will see an Orton and a Riddle across the ring and their mother’s failed because they could not stand up to the Bloodline. Sarah says that Paul didn’t mention Drew and Paul says that Drew named his sword after his mother and he needs psychiatric help. He will get that tonight at the hands of Roman Reigns.

— We take a look at the six man tag match with a video package.

Kayla mentions that the Usos were focused when they were on The Bump today. Peter says that they want to prove something. Peter says he is excited for this because we have two tag teams that gel so well. Booker talks about what happened on Friday. The Bloodline does not mind getting into a fight. That was just an appetizer for tonight. The X Factor in the match is Drew McIntyre. He wants to stay close to the title. John says we never expected the dominance like we have seen with Roman and the Usos. To find three men to match up with them is amazing. Peter suggests that Drew could be the problem in the match because Roman and the Usos are family. John says Drew is not used to being part of a team. Could he be the problem? Yes. Booker says Drew could be the answer too.

Kevin asks about the chemistry for Orton and Riddle. Peter brings up how Randy might want to be close to the Universal Title. John says that Randy Orton is God’s gift to wrestling.

Kayla says she thinks the Bloodline will have the advantage tonight. Peter picks Bloodline and so does John. Booker picks Bloodline. Kevin picks Orton, Riddle, and Drew. That’s all for the Kickoff show.

WWE WrestleMania Backlash Results

We are live from the Dunkin’ Donuts Center in Providence, RI, ready for our first match of the night with a video package about Rollins and Rhodes.

Cody Rhodes vs. Seth Rollins

Rollins heads to the ring while Jimmy Smith, Corey Graves and Byron Saxton help color in the picture that is about to be painted on the canvas between these two.

Now Cody Rhodes’ theme hits and out comes “The American Nightmare.”

Cody and Seth stare each other down after they wrap up their respective ring entrances, and then the bell sounds to get this one off-and-running.

Cody goes for the leg but Seth moves. Rollins with a hammer lock and he goes for a belly-to-back suplex but Cody lands on his feet and he drops down for the punch but Rollins avoids it. They go to a Greco Roman Knuckle Lock and Cody with a wrist lock and he backs Seth into the corner and gives a clean break but Seth puts Cody in the corner. Seth with a kick on the break and he follows with an Irish whip but Cody floats over. Rollins with a La Magistral for a near fall. Cody with a waist lock and Seth with a standing switch and they do a series of reversal. Seth pats Cody on the head and Cody with a punch. Rollins goes to the floor.

Rollins with punches to Cody when they get back into the ring. Rollins chokes Cody in the corner. Cody goes to the floor and Rollins with a Harley Race knee to knock Cody off the apron into the ringside barrier. Seth goes to the floor and Cody avoids being sent into the steps and Cody sends Seth into the steps. Cody chases Seth around the ring and Seth with a clothesline. Seth gets a near fall when they return to the ring. Rollins pulls at the nose and connects with a forearm. Seth with punches and a reverse chin lock. Cody with punches and Cody hits the drop down punch and a delayed vertical gourdbuster. Cody with a Beautiful Disaster for a near fall.

Rollins tries to sucker Rhodes with a time out but Cody with a punch. Cody goes for a springboard move and Rollins pushes Cody over the top rope to the floor. Rollins sends Cody into the ringside barrier. Rollins sends Cody face first into the announce table and they return to the ring. Seth punches Cody. Rollins with a forearm across the back. Cody with a forearm and they go back and forth. Cody with the advantage and Rollins with an Irish whip that sends Cody sternum first into the turnbuckles. Rollins chokes Cody in the corner. Rollins with a snap mare and kick to the back followed by a knee drop.

Rollins with a reverse chin lock into a sleeper. Cody with an elbow but Rollins with another elbow. Rollins with a head butt. Cody blocks a punch and he punches Rollins. Rollins with an Irish whip and Cody tries to float over but Rollins drops down for a near fall. Cody gets a near fall. Rollins goes to the apron and then he goes up top. Cody goes up top and sets for a superplex and hits it, but Cody cannot take advantage. Cody and Rollins exchange chops. Cody with a flying forearm and a power slam. Cody clotheslines Rollins over the top rope to the floor. Cody goes for a double jump cross body on the floor but Rollins moves and gets back in the ring. Rhodes with a forearm to stop a suicide dive. Cody with a Cody Cutter for a near fall.

Cody pulls Rollins up and Seth lands on his feet and connects with a forearm. Seth sets for a Pedigree but Cody escapes. Seth with an enzuigiri and super kick for a near fall. Rollins sets for the Power Bomb Symphony but he misses the Stomp. Rollins backs Cody into the corner when Cody tries for Cross Rhodes. Cody goes up top and is met with a kick. Rollins goes for a Pedigree but Cody escapes and goes for a Pedigree and Seth escapes. Rollins with two rolling elbows and a Falcon Arrow for a near fall.

Seth goes for a Pedigree but Cody blocks it. Rollins with knees and Cody with a springboard move and Rollins catches Cody and hits a buckle bomb. Rollins with a frog splash for a near fall. Rollins goes up top for a Phoenix Splash and Cody moves. Seth rolls through and is met with a super kick from Rhodes. Cody goes up top and Rollins leaps to the turnbuckles for a superplex into a Falcon Arrow but Cody rolls through and hits Cross Rhodes but Seth has his feet on the ropes to stop the count.

Cody sends Seth into the announce table and he punches Seth. Cody sends Seth into the announce table again. Cody with a forearm to the back and then he sends Seth back into the ring. Cody goes up top and he sets for a moonsault and misses it when Seth moves. Seth with a kick and Pedigree for a near fall. Seth with kicks to the head while he tells Cody he can’t lace his boots. Seth with more Kawada kicks. Seth with jabs as he pays tribute to Cody’s father. Seth sets for the flip, flop, and fly but Cody avoids it and Cody with Cross Rhodes. Rollins with a knee to Cody. Rollins with a snap mare and Cody sets for a Vertebreaker but Seth escapes and gets a near fall with a rollup and a handful of tights. Cody rolls through and gets the three count with a handful of tights.

Winner: Cody Rhodes

Rollins is yelling at the referee after the match. Rhodes calmly strolls away.

— We return from a quick commercial break to the video package catching fans up on the history between Bobby Lashley and Omos, as well as MVP, leading up to tonight’s match.

Bobby Lashley vs. Omos

We return inside the arena in Providence where the familiar sounds of Omos’ theme hits the house speakers inside the Dunkin’ Donuts Center. The big man makes his way to the ring accompanied by MVP and he’s now billed as “The Nigerian Giant”.

His music dies down and now the equally familiar sounds of Bobby Lashley’s theme hits. This brings out “The All Mighty,” who gets a nice pop from the crowd as pyro explodes and he heads to the ring to get further retribution on Omos and MVP.

The bell sounds and Lashley with forearms to the back and he follows with punches. Lashley stomps on the foot and continues with more punches. Lashley with a back heel kick and punches. The referee warns Lashley about the five count. Porter gets on the apron and that distracts Lashley. Lashley turns around and Omos with a boot. Omos sends Lashley into the corner and connects with elbows. Omos with a splash into the corner. Omos works on the neck. Lashley with punches but Omos palms Lashley’s head and pushes him over the top rope to the floor.

Lashley gets back into the ring. Omos gets Lashley up for a slam and he says that Lashley is too small. Omos with Snake Eyes and a running boot. Omos chokes Lashley in the ropes. Porter has some words for Lashley. Omos gets Lashley up again and Lashley gets to his feet. Lashley with a back elbow and kick. Lashley with an elbow and he leaps on Omos’ back and applies a sleeper. Omos with a snap mare to get Lashley off his shoulders. Omos misses a splash into the corner and Lashley with a running shoulder to the midsection. Lashley with shoulders in the corner. Lashley with punches. Lashley with a clothesline and he gets Omos trapped in the ropes. Lashley punches Omos while the referee tries to get Omos out of the ropes. Lashley with more punches. Porter tries to free Omos from the ropes and Lashley goes after Porter. Lashley misses with the cane and Lashley with the Hurt Lock.

Omos grabs Lashley but Lashley pulls Omos’ arm into the ropes. Lashley with a drop kick to the knee and a flatliner. Lashley sets for the Hurt Lock and he pplies it. Omos is down on his knees but he gets to his feet and he backs Lashley into the corner to escape the hold. Omos with elbows to Lashley. Omos with a chop and forearms to the chest. Omos runs into boots and Lashley with punches and he sends Omos into the turnbuckles. Lashley with shoulders in the corner. Lashley sets for a suplex but Omos with a punch. Lashley with a spinebuster. Lashley runs into a knee and Omos sends Lashley shoulder first into the ring post. Porter jabs the cane in Lashley’s face and Omos with a choke slam for the three count.

Winner: Omos

— We go to a commercial break and when we return, the commentary trio of Smith, Graves and Saxton talk about tonight’s main event. Then, we get another look at the Paul Heyman and The Usos segment from the WrestleMania Backlash Kickoff Show earlier this evening.

— Now we are treated to the video package that tells the story and sets the stage for our next match — AJ Styles vs. Edge II.

Edge vs. AJ Styles

AJ with an Irish whip and Edge slides into the corner. AJ with a drop kick. They go to the floor and AJ sends Edge into the ringside barrier and ring steps. AJ breaks the count and then he goes back to the floor and sends Edge into the announce table. AJ sends Edge back into the ring and Edge goes to the floor. AJ with a drop kick to Edge. AJ with an Asai Moonsault onto Edge. AJ sets for the Phenomenal Forearm but Edge kicks AJ on the springboard move and AJ holds his injured arm. Edge sends AJ shoulder first into the ring post and stairs.

Edge tries to wrap the arm around the turnbuckle. Edge loosens the turnbuckle pad and then he goes after AJ and catapults him into the ring post and ring steps. Edge breaks the count and then he goes back to the floor to send AJ’s shoulder into the ring steps. They return to the ring and Edge kicks AJ in the shoulder. Edge with an arm wringer and he sends AJ to the mat. Edge with an arm bar. AJ with punches but Edge with a divorce court. Edge gets a near fall. Edge with an arm bar. AJ backs Edge into the corner and Edge hot shots AJ. Edge kicks AJ in the corner.

AJ with punches and a Pele Kick and both men are down. AJ misses a clothesline and both men go for cross body presses at the same time and both go down. AJ with clotheslines and a sliding forearm. AJ with a splash into the corner and he gets Edge on his shoulders but he cannot keep him up. AJ with a face plant for a near fall. AJ puts Edge on the turnbuckles. AJ with a Frankensteiner and he gets a near fall. AJ with an ushigoroshi for a near fall. AJ with an elbow to the knee. Edge with a palm strike to the shoulder and Edge goes for the crossface. AJ goes for the Calf Crusher and he locks it in. Edge eventually makes it to the ropes to force the hold to be broken.

With one good arm, we see Styles successfully connect on a Styles Clash on Edge. He goes for the follow-up pin attempt, but somehow Edge finds a way to kick out before the count of three. This leads to Styles going out to the ring apron and calling for the Phenomenal Forearm. He calls an audible and heads to the top-rope.

He is distracted by Damian Priest, who makes his way out. Finn Balor emerges behind him and nails Priest from behind. They continue to brawl as Styles gets ready to leap off the top. Instead, a mystery man (who is a girl) in a hoodie comes over and knocks Styles off the top. Edge then locks in a submission on Styles, who scrambles and fights, but when Edge turns it into a full-on choke, Styles goes out. Edge wins.

Winner: Edge

After the match, we see the mystery person re-enter the ring. They remove their hood, revealing themselves to be Rhea Ripley. Ripley with dyed black hair grins in evil fashion at the camera as Edge lets out a sinister laugh. That’s how this scene wraps up.

— We are now treated to the video package telling the story leading up to tonight’s WrestleMania rematch between Charlotte Flair and Ronda Rousey.

SmackDown Women’s Title I Quit Match
Charlotte Flair (C) vs. Ronda Rousey

Charlotte misses a kick and Ronda with knees. Charlotte runs into a knee. Ronda with a waist lock and Charlotte with an elbow. Ronda with a judo throw or three. Ronda runs into a boot. Charlotte with a clothesline. Charlotte with a punch and Ronda blocks a fallaway slam with an exploder. Ronda gets Charlotte on her shoulders but Charlotte escapes and hits a German suplex. Ronda with a knee and she takes Charlotte down and goes for an arm bar but Charlotte rolls to the floor with Ronda. Charlotte runs Ronda into the ringside barrier a few times.

Charlotte with chops. Ronda sends Charlotte into the ring post. Ronda sends Charlotte over the ringside barrier into the timekeeper’s area. Charlotte with a kick to Ronda. Charlotte looks under the ring and gets a kendo stick. Charlotte misses and hits the table. Ronda with elbows and Ronda has the kendo stick. Charlotte runs away from Ronda and Ronda follows her up the ramp to the stage. Charlotte goes to the back and has two kendo sticks. They swing and Ronda’s stick breaks. Charlotte hits Ronda and Ronda with a kendo stick assisted monkey flip. Ronda has the kendo sticks and she hits Charlotte with both of them. Charlotte refuses to quit. They return to the ring and Ronda continues the assault with the kendo sticks. Charlotte rolls to the floor.

Charlotte throws a video camera at Ronda and Ronda hits it with the kendo stick. They fight into the crowd and Ronda with knees. Charlotte sends Ronda into the dasher boards after throwing a drink in Ronda’s face. They fight up the aisle and has Ronda in the railing. Charlotte with knees and she chokes Ronda. They go down the aisle and Charlotte slaps Ronda. Charlotte gets a chair and Ronda blocks it. Ronda with a kick and Charlotte runs back into the ringside area while takes her time getting back. Charlotte kicks the chair and Charlotte sends Ronda into the announce table. Charlotte send Ronda into the announce table again.

Charlotte power bombs Ronda into the ringside barrier. Charlotte pie faces Ronda and Ronda slaps Charlotte. Ronda with punches to the ribs. Ronda gets Charlotte on her shoulders and Charlotte rakes the eyes and sends Ronda into the ring post. Charlotte goes to the apron and sets for a moonsault onto Ronda on the floor but Ronda stops Charlotte and Ronda with a cross arm breaker while Charlotte is hanging from the turnbuckles. Charlotte refuses to quit and they both fall to the floor. Charlotte grabs a chair and hits Ronda in the hip and back with it. Charlotte sends Ronda back into the ring.

Charlotte hits Natural Selection onto a chair and the referee asks Charlotte if she wants to quit and she says no. Charlotte goes for the figure four but Ronda slaps Charlotte to stop her. Charlotte bridges and Ronda refuses to quit and she hits Charlotte with the chair to escape the hold. Charlotte with a kick to Ronda. Charlotte tells Ronda this is her last chance and she wishes her a Happy Mother’s Day. Ronda with an arm bar in the chair and Charlotte does not quit. Ronda says she was hoping that Charlotte would say that and Ronda applies more pressure and Charlotte quits.

Winner and NEW SmackDown Women’s Champion: Ronda Rousey

— The video package airs now to tell the story leading up to our next match of the evening, which features former friends turned rivals Happy Corbin and Madcap Moss.

Happy Corbin vs. Madcap Moss

They lock up and Corbin with a kick to the knee and punches. Corbin sends Moss into the turnbuckles. Moss with forearms and knees. Moss with a shoulder tackle and he blocks a kick. Moss with a kick to the leg. Moss with leaps frogs and a hip toss. Corbin sends Moss to the apron and Moss with a forearm. Corbin with a choke slam. They go to the floor and Corbin with a knee to the back. Corbin punches Moss against the ringside barrier and sends him back into the ring.

Moss with punches and Corbin with a back elbow for a near fall. Corbin with punches and a hard Irish whip. Corbin with elbows to the collarbone and he applies a half nelson and chin bar. Moss with punches. Corbin with an Irish whip and Corbin slides around the ring post and hits a clothesline for a near fall. Corbin with a half nelson and slam followed by a back senton for a near fall. Corbin with a punch. Moss with an elbow and then Corbin is sent over the top rope to the floor. Moss with a running shoulder tackle that sends Corbin to the floor. Moss with punches to Corbin. Moss sends Corbin into the ring post and punches Corbin.

Moss with a running shoulder in the corner and Corbin with a knee. Moss with a fallaway slam for a near fall. Moss goes for a neck breaker but Corbin with an elevated side slam for a near fall. Corbin punches Moss and Moss with a forearm. Corbin with kicks in the corner followed by punches. Corbin puts Moss on the turnbuckles and Moss with punches. Moss misses a clothesline when Corbin moves. Corbin with Deep Six for a near fall. Corbin argues with the referee about the count. Corbin with a splash into the corner. Corbin slides around the ring post again but Moss with a sunset flip for the three count.

Winner: Madcap Moss

— We go to Kayla Braxton and she says that Charlotte has suffered a fracture of her radius.

— We shoot to the video package to set the stage for our main event. On that note, the extensive video feature airs now to tell the story leading into tonight’s six-man tag-team main event at WWE WrestleMania Backlash 2022, which features The Bloodline trio of Roman Reigns & The Usos (Jimmy and Jey Uso) taking on “The Scottish Warrior” Drew McIntyre and the team of RK-Bro (Randy Orton & Riddle).

RK-Bro & Drew McIntyre vs. The Bloodline

After 10 minutes of entrances, we are finally ready to go.

Orton and Jimmy start things off. They lock up and Jimmy backs Randy into the corner. Jimmy with punches on the break. Orton with a back fist and a European uppercut. Riddle tags in and Orton flips Riddle onto Jimmy. Orton and Riddle with stomps for a near fall. Jimmy with a hard Irish whip. Jimmy with a chop and punch. Jimmy with an Irish whip and Riddle floats over and kicks Jimmy. Riddle with a gutwrench suplex and Drew tags in. Drew sends Jimmy into the turnbuckles and chops him.

Drew with another chop. Jimmy with a chop and Drew with an Irish whip and Jimmy tries to float over but Drew with a kick to the midsection. Drew with a deadlift suplex for a near fall. Drew wants Roman to tag in and Roman is not ready. Roman looks around and Roman holds out his hand and Roman tags in. Roman and Drew have some words for each other. Roman tags in Jey before locking up. Jey runs into a boot from Drew. Drew with an overhead belly-to-belly suplex and then he tags in Riddle. Riddle stomps on the hand and hits a gutwrench suplex. Riddle with forearms and Jimmy tags in and Jimmy with a kick from the apron. Jey with a kick.

Jimmy chokes Riddle in the ropes. Jey with an uppercut in the ropes while the referee was not looking. Jey tags in and they make a wish with Riddle. Jey with a slam and he stomps on the hand. Jey chokes Riddle in the ropes and Jimmy with a kick. The referee sends Orton back into the corner and he does the same to Drew. Jey with back breaker and he tags in Jimmy. Jimmy with a forearm off the turnbuckles for a near fall. Jimmy punches Riddle and Roman is ready to tag in and he enters the ring again. Roman sends Riddle to the mat and has words for Drew and Orton. Roman sends Riddle into the turnbuckles and Roman with many punches. Riddle with punches and Roman with a back elbow.

Roman with a uranage for a near fall. Jimmy tags back in and he pucnhes Riddle. Jimmy with chops. Jimmy misses a splash into the corner and hits the ring post. Jey tags in and hits a double sledge to the back to stop a tag attempt. Jey sends Riddle shoulder first into the ring post. Jey with a super kick to knock Orton off the apron. Jey sets for a running hip into the corner and Riddle with a flying kick and both men are down.

Roman and Drew tag in and Roman is not happy. Roman and Drew have a conversation before they exchange punches in the center of the ring. Roman with a knee to the midsection followed by an Irish whip but Drew with two clotheslines and an overhead belly-to-belly suplex. Drew with a neck breaker. Drew with a neck breaker to Jimmy. Drew sets for the Claymore but Jey distracts Drew and Drew with a punch. Roman with a Superman punch and then he sends Drew into the apron and ringside barrier. They return to the ring and Roman with boots to Drew. Roman with a punch. Roman with clotheslines in the corner.

Roman with a flying clothesline and then he shows his title belts as an interlude for the match. Roman with an uppercut to Riddle to knock him off the apron. Drew with a Claymore to Roman. Orton and Jimmy tag in and Orton with two clotheslines and then he ducks a clothesline and hits a power slam. Orton with a power slam to Jey. Orton with a hanging DDT to Jimmy. Orton looks around and he twists to the mat to prepare for the RKO. Orton kicks Jey and sends him to the floor. Orton hits an RKO on Roman when Roman tries to interfere.

Jimmy with a super kick to Orton but Randy with an RKO but Jey makes the save. Drew sends Jey into the corner and punches and kicks him. Drew with a suplex throw to Jey. Drew runs into a super kick from Jey. Jimmy and Jey with a double super kick to Drew. Riddle returns to the apron and Jey pulls Jimmy to the corner to make the tag. Riddle tags in and Riddle with a Pele Kick and forearms in the corner. Riddle kicks Roman off the apron. Riddle with an exploder and a knee to Jimmy. Riddle misses a moonsault but hits a senton. Riddle with a running knee to Jimmy and he hits a fisherman’s buster. Riddle with a Floating Bro for a near fall.

Riddle hits the mat to prepare for an RKO but Jey with a rollup for a near fall. Jey with a pop up neck breaker but Orton breaks up the cover. Orton with forearms to Jimmy and Jimmy is sent to the floor and into the ringside barrier and ring post. Orton with punches to Jimmy on the floor. Roman with a Superman punch off the ring steps to Orton. Drew sends Roman into the ring steps. Drew adjusts the contents of the announce table. Drew sets for a power bomb through the table but Jimmy stops Drew. Drew with a head butt to Jimmy. Roman sends Drew through the table with a uranage. Riddle with a plancha onto Jimmy and Roman. Jey with a suicide dive to Riddle. Jey with an enzuigiri and Riddle with a knee. Jey with a super kick. Jey goes up top but Riddle leaps to the buckles and hits a Super RKO. Roman with a spear to Riddle for the three count.

Winners: The Bloodline

The Bloodline celebrates while making their way back to the stage and that will do it for the WWE WrestleMania Backlash 2022 pay-per-view from Providence, RI.

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