Sporting a brand-new hairdo thanks to the actions of Bianca Belair, a furious Becky Lynch slapped The EST of WWE after the bell rang before delivering a huge Manhandle Slam looking to recreate her 26-second win from Summerslam, but only earned a two-count.
After a flurry of reversals, action spilled outside the ring where Big Time Becks took control after tossing Belair into the steel steps, rolling her back into the ring for a pair of Becksploder Suplexes. The Raw Women’s Champion targeted Belair’s injured throat, answering every attempt Belair made at building any momentum until the former SmackDown Women’s Champion powered Lynch up for a vertical suplex outside the ring.
Belair kept her foot on the gas, planting Lynch with a Glam Slam before dropping her onto the turnbuckle and landing a 450 Splash from the second rope for a shocking nearfall. The two heated rivals continued to trade blows until Lynch used Belair’s braid to pull her into the ring post, lifting her up for a Manhandle Slam on the steel steps and a near count out.
Frustrated, Lynch pulled an exhausted Belair off the mat for another Manhandle Slam, but The EST of WWE flipped out of the attempt, hoisted Lynch up and drove her through the ring with a huge K.O.D. to earn the victory and become the new Raw Women’s Champion.