WWE Backlash 2020 Results below! Links to in-depth recaps! Watch this space!
Kickoff: Unfortunately due to laptop issues I missed the recap of this match. Apollo Crews defended his WWE United States Championship against Andrade in a quick-paced and hard hitting bout. The action was quite strong. In the end, Angel Garza attempted to interfere on Andrade’s behalf but luckily Kevin Owens was on commentary and he came up to hit Garza with a stunner. Andrade tried to take advantage of the distraction but got caught with a Toss-up Blue Thunder Bomb, Crews retaining the title.
Segment 1: Opening up the main card, Sasha Banks and Bayley put their WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships on the line in a triple threat match against Alexa Bliss, Nikki Cross and the IIconics. It was a wild and chaotic match but in the end Sasha pried out the victory.
Segment 2: Sheamus took on Jeff Hardy in the next match. It was quite ugly and physical in equal measure. In the end, a couple of Brogues got the win for Sheamus.
Segment 3: Asuka defends the WWE Raw Women’s Championship against Nia Jax. The two fought pretty hard throughout the match, but in the end the brawl ended up on the outside and they both got counted out, making for a draw.
Segment 4: In a two on one handicap match, Braun Strowman defended the WWE Universal Championship against John Morrison and The Miz. They spent the match desperately sending a constant barrage his way, but in the end Miz couldn’t let Morrison get the pin and this ended up allowing Strowman to make his comeback and hit a Running Powerslam on Morrison for the win.
Segment 5: Next came the WWE Universal Championship match with Drew McIntyre defending against Bobby Lashley. It was quite an interesting fight but late in the match Lana made her way down to the ring to accidentally ruin her husbands chances as the distraction cost him the win, a Claymore finished him.
Segment 6: The Street Profits and Viking Raiders are fighting in a parking lot and it ends up going full Cinematic, and includes a fight with Akira Tozawa and the band of motorcycle riding ninjas that he has apparently had with him all along. It just kinda ends in a draw and their tag title match is cancelled.
Segment 7: In the main event, the Greatest Wrestling Match Ever by the billing, Edge and Randy Orton squared off in a lengthy battle full of callbacks and wild spots. Orton finally finished Edge off with a low blow when the ref couldn’t see him and a punt kick got the pin.
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