Charlotte and Becky Lynch make their way to the ring as Becky gets Charlotte a mic. Charlotte talks about Night of Champions being a dream scenario for her to finally become Divas Champion, and she and Becky thank the WWE Universe for believing in the Divas Revolution. She’s interrupted by Paige’s music, as the former PCB teammate makes her way out with a mic. She’s not a team player, and not used to apologizing for her actions, but she realizes she didn’t need to dump on her friends on Monday. Paige claims she started the Divas Revolution, and deserves some recognition. The three of them start arguing until Natalya’s music hits, bringing the lone member of the Hart Dynasty out to the ring.
Paige says this has nothing to do with a “crazy cat lady.” Natalya says she couldn’t be prouder of the Divas division, and that the last time she was excited for the Divas was when Paige won the Divas title. She was one of the first to congratulate her, because she deserved it. She says Paige is better than all this bickering, and Paige agrees. In fact, she is better than Natalya, who is “desperately clinging on to the youthful Divas to feel relevant again.” She slaps Natalya and leaves the ring as her music plays.
AJ Lee vs. Summer Rae
AJ and Summer lock up, with Summer hitting a quick knee. AJ however fights back and hits a couple of neckbreakers. AJ then hits a dropkick but lands on her injured neck. Summer then immediately goes on the attack, working on the neck. AJ however catches Summer with the Black Widow out of no where and Summer has no choice but to tap out.
Winner: AJ Lee
AJ gets on the mic and says she has a story to tell everyone. She says she was just a regular girl but then became a queen when she became champion. AJ then says that it was taken from her by an evil witch, and that she was her own white knight when she won her title back. She says she ruined Paige’s life. Out comes Paige. Paige says she’s thrilled to see AJ back on her feet again. Paige says she and AJ belong in the ring together. Paige says she respects and loves AJ. She says she still wants to be friends after she takes her title back at SummerSlam. She says this is a great story. AJ says that she likes Paige’s style, but she won’t like how the story ends. She says that Paige says it’s her house, but she is wrong, because it is her kingdom. AJ holds up the title as Paige looks on.
WWE Divas Champion Paige is on her way out to the ring. She says that some people out there thinks she doesn’t deserve to be champion and that she should go back to NXT. She says that in the past three months, she has proven that she deserves to be here and that she is here to stay. AJ Lee’s music sounds in the arena as she skips down to the ring. AJ says that she wanted to come out and tell Paige that she was right. Paige proved her wrong and that she was the only woman in a year to do that. AJ says that she let success get to her head and that she thought she was untouchable. She goes on to say that Paige gave her a slap of reality, and gives thanks and congratulates Paige. Paige says that she isn’t stupid, and can see AJ is doing the same thing she did the night after WrestleMania. Paige says no one here wants to see her defend her championship tonight. AJ asks the fans to decide if they want to see the match, to a resounding yes chant. Paige then ultimately agrees.
WWE Divas Championship
Paige vs. AJ Lee
AJ jumps on Paige landing some punches until Paige throws her off and lands a big kick on AJ. Paige with three headbutts to AJ. Paige with a quick clothesline. Paige yells to AJ that this is her house now, but AJ slaps her in the face and rolls her up for the pinfall on Paige.
Winner: AJ Lee
After the match, AJ Lee rolls out and holds up the Divas Championship. Paige is in shock and gets upset. AJ skips around the ring holding up the title. She gets to the top of the ramp and drops to her knees laughing clutching the title.
Paige vs. Tamina
Crowd chants for Paige as the bell sounds. Tamina backs Paige into the corner and breaks clean. Paige with a series of right hands and a savate kick to the ribs. Paige with a headbutt, but it does not face Tamina. Paige is sent onto the apron, but hits a gut kick. Paige with a kneelift, but Tamina with a clothesline. Tamina with a trifecta of slams for a nearfall. Tamina has words with the ref. Tamina with a forearm to the back, then locks Paige in a bearhug. Paige fights out, but Tamina with another clothesline for a nearfall. More forearms to the back by Tamina. Torture Rack applied, but Paige fights out with elbows. Paige drives Tamina into the corner and hits a series of back elbows. Series of short-arm clotheslines, then Tamina avoids a third, but Paige with a running knee and another short-arm clothesline. Paige with another gut kick, but Tamina places her on the ropes and shoves her down to the outside. Tamina gets Paige back in, then heads up top. Tamina goes for the Superfly Splash, but Paige gets her boots up.
Inside cradle by Paige for the win.
Paige vs. Bayley
The two lock-up, with Paige getting the better of it and rolling Bayley to the mat. Paige goes for a rollup, but gets two count. Paige whips Bayley off the ropes, but gets dropped by her hair. Armbar submission locked in on Paige by Bayley who transitions into a rollup of her own for a nearfall. Paige gets to her feet, and kicks Bayley in the gut, and flips her over by the hair. Bayley is down in the corner, and Paige stomps on her chest. Bayley whipped into the opposite corner, and Paige catches the boot of Bayley and drops her to the mat. Paige locks in the cloverleaf for the victory.
As Paige celebrates, Summer Rae makes her way to the ring. Paige welcomes her into the ring, but Rae backs away.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is ready to get back into the ring — on the big screen.
Florence Pugh and Jack Lowden will star in Fighting With My Family, a new film about an aspiring female wrestler that will have a very big — Rock-sized — cameo.
Johnson, who soon will be seen in both Baywatch and Fate of the Furious, will executive produce the comedy-drama and play a cameo as himself.
The project, based on the true personal story of WWE Superstar Paige and her family of professional wrestlers, makes a lot of sense for Johnson, who first found fame as the professional wrestler The Rock.
The film is inspired by the Channel 4 British documentary The Wrestlers: Fighting With My Family and tells the story of reformed gangster and former wrestler Ricky, his wife Julia, daughter Saraya and son Zak, who make a living performing in tiny venues across the country. Ricky and Julia want a better life for their children, and when brother and sister get the chance to audition for WWE it seems the family dream is coming true and all their troubles will be solved. However, Saraya and Zak are about to learn that becoming a WWE Superstar demands more than they ever imagined possible, both as athletes and siblings. Wrestling has always kept this family together — but now it could tear them apart.
Stephen Merchant (The Office, Hello Ladies) will write, direct and executive produce the project.
Seven Bucks Productions’ Johnson, Dany Garcia and Hiram Garcia will executive produce while Kevin Misher of Misher Films will produce alongside WWE Studios President Michael Luisi. WWE Studios will co-finance the film with Film4. The film will start principal photography in Los Angeles and London this month.
“Back in 2012, I was in my hotel room in London and stumbled across a documentary on a local UK channel. Not only was I intrigued by this loving and wild family, but I also felt it’s the kind of narrative that would make an amazing movie,” said Johnson. “The Knights’ journey is a universal one that all families are familiar with. I relate to Saraya (Paige) and her wrestling family on such a personal level and it means so much that I can help tell their story.”
Johnson most recently voiced the character Maui in Disney’s animated film Moana and starred in Central Intelligence with Kevin Hart. The coming year will be a big one for him on the big screen, with The Fate of the Furious, Baywatch and Jumanji all hitting theaters. He’s repped by WME and Gang, Tyre.
Pugh is a rising star who appears in the Netflix series Marcella and also stars in the upcoming film Lady Macbeth, which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival to strong reviews. She’s repped by WME, Julian Belfrage Associates in the UK and Bloom Hergott.
Lowden soon will be seen in Amma Assante’s A United Kingdom and Christopher Nolan’s war epic Dunkirk. He also appeared in the War & Peace mini-series in 2016. He is repped by UTA and Conway van Gelder Grant in the UK.