Tazawa really sold his ninja gimmick, but Truth out manuevered him for a quick pin to bring his baby back home.
Truth avoided a pinfall attempt by a ninja, ducked under another, and took off.
Backstage, Bobby Lashley is saying Apollo Crews disrespected them both by refusing the deal, and MVP promised there wasn’t another deal, and they’d take everything away from him in a match later on tonight.
They passed Murphy and Seth Rollins, and Rollins told Murphy this is his most important message to date and he had to do it now while they had a chance.
After the commercial break, it’s announced Big Show will face Andrade and Garza in a handicap match. Any takers on this is just a mind game by Randy Orton.
Amid boos and a chant of “You suck!” by the enhancement talent, Rollins begins recapping last week’s events and how Mysterio said nothing would stop him from returning to the ring.
He admits Mysterio will return because he has a duty to uphold, but Rey “hasn’t been seeing things clearly.” He points out Rey’s duty isn’t to avenge and protect his family, but be a sacrifice for the benefit of Monday Night Raw.
Now, Rollins feels he must ask Rey to forgive him. He begs for forgiveness not for what he has done, but for what he will do in the future.
They are bound by fate, and Rollins is the Monday Night Messiah, while Rey is meant to be the sacrifice.
Every time Rey does, Rollins will be forced to tear him apart piece by piece.
The Mysterios interrupt him through the titantron. Rey informs him that Rey has to ask for forgiveness from his son for what he has to do to Rollins. An eye for an eye.
“It will not be my fate. It will be my desire.”
Dominic refused Rollins’ apology and promised what Rey does to him is fated.
Rollins promised to end Dominic’s career before it began,
Aleister Black and Humberto Carrillo run to the ring, setting up a match for after commercial.
Aleister Black and Humberto Carrillo vs. Seth Rollins and Murphy
For once, the match didn’t begin during the commercial, and Rollins asks why they’re fighting for Rey Mysterio, and he called Mysterio a coward.
Carrillo interrupted him and called Rollins a coward.
Black took the mic, saying he knows a thing or two about evil, and he sees it in Rollins. There is no forgiveness, but atonement.
Rollins promised it’ll end now.
Black wastes no time in taking the fight to Murphy, but Rollins pushed him off the ropes, then Rollins tagged in.
Rollins has a fury about him we haven’t seen in a long time, and he continued punishing Black until he tags Murphy back in.
Black fights his way out of Murphy’s hold and tags in Carrillo, who explodes on Murphy until Rollins distracted him, but Murphy’s edge didn’t last long.
After a drop kick, Carrillo attempted a 619 on Murphy, but Rollins pulled Murphy out of the way. Carrillo leveled Murphy and Rollins with a suicide crossbody outside the ring before going to commercial.
We’re back and Carrillo is close to tagging out before Rollins stopped him, but Black tagged in.
In an impressive display, Black took on both and after a kick, Carrillo hit Murphy with a 619, but Rollins broke up the pin.
Black saved a pin after Murphy hit Carrillo with a knee strike, but he kicks out.
Rollins Stomped Carrillo for the pinfall, and they threw Black into the timekeepers’ area. They were about to sacrifice Carrillo, but he fought them off before Murphy knocked him out with the ring steps.
Rollins puts Mysterio’s mask on Carrillo, then they tried to injure Carrillo, but Black saves him. Rollins Stomps Carrillo onto the ring steps, then heads to the ramp.
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