With the leadership of Team Raw at Survivor Series up for grabs, Sasha Banks, Bayley and Alicia Fox battled in a Triple Threat match.
The contest featured the same Triple Threat formula that has long been part of the WWE, with two competitors waging war while the third powdered at ringside.
The finish was creative and saw Fox use the competitive natures, and clear friendship, against Bayley and Banks.
Late, Fox escaped The Bank Statement and sent Banks into Bayley, then pinned the latter to pick up the victory.
Prior to the match, the heels entered the arena and did the trademark dance of Enzo Amore.
Drew Gulak, in a humorous bit, read a prepared statement for Amore, whose voice prevented him from rattling off his spiel.
Amore, Drew Gulak, Tony Nese, Noam Dar and Ariya Daivari battled Mustafa Ali, Cedric Alexander, Rich Swann, Kalsto and Gran Metalik in a big tag team match that still does not make any sense.
Late in the match, the action broke down, leaving Amore and Kalisto to battle for the victory.
Newly crowned champion Amore delivered a big DDG that nearly scored him the win. Moments later, Kalisto answered with a Salida del Sol and scored the pinfall victory.
With Kurt Angle in the ring, ready to announce the Raw Superstars who would come together to battle Team SmackDown at Survivor Series, it appeared as though we were en route to a newsworthy conclusion to the show.
Shane McMahon and the SmackDown competitors entered the arena through the crowd and staged an assault on the red brand roster.
They chased Angle to the locker room before beating the unholy hell on any and all Superstars who got in their way. It was a violent assault, a furious onslaught that set the bar for the intensely personal war for brand supremacy that will unfold at Survivor Series.
McMahon wrapped the show up by promising to bring the same Superstars and decimate the remainder of Raw come the pay-per-view.