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WWE Mixed Match Challenge results: Season 2, episode 7

Season two of WWE Mixed Match Challenge continues tonight (Tues., Oct. 30, 2018) with the latest match-ups in the round robin tournament.

Up next: Monster Eclipse (2 - 0) vs. Mahalicia (0 - 2) and Fenomenal Flair (2 - 0) vs. Ravishing Rusev Day (0 - 2).

The show starts immediately following SmackDown Live at 10 pm ET on Facebook Watch. See you then!

MMC live blog

Sean here, honestly watching this show for the first time this season.

Monster Eclipse vs. Mahalicia

Jinder Mahal wants some shanti, and Alicia Fox goads him into a test of strength with Braun Strowman. That goes about as well as you’d expect it. Jinder makes the tag. Foxy runs the ropes (a lot), eventually taking a water break.

When she gets rehydrated, she turns into a drop kick from Ember Moon. Moon follows that with a baseball slide, but a distraction by a Singh brother at ringside allows Alicia to get the drop on her and hit a neckbreaker as she comes back through the ropes.

Rest holds through a break where we check on Rusev & Lana in the back. That continues until Fox misses a dive. Jinder tries to keep Moon from tagging, not wanting any more of the Monster Among Men, but Ember kicks him out of the way and reaches her corner. After a flurry of offense from Braun, the Singhs pull Mahal out, but Moon dives onto them.

Braun shoulder blocks Jinder while running around the ring and heads inside with him to finish things. Foxy chest bumps him to distract him, but Strowman steals her hat and says he’s the captain now. He points to the corner, Moon hits and Eclipse, and Braun powerslams Jinder (with the hat on) to pick up the W.

Monster Eclipse def. Mahalicia

The Raw Standings are shown, and Team B ‘n’ B and Country Dominance each cut a quick promo about their match next Tuesday.

Fenomenal Flair vs. Ravishing Rusev Day

This is supposed to start with a “chop off”, but first, AJ Styles is upset Rusev didn’t get the Fenomenal Flair sign a fan was holding when he grabbed the one about Lana being the best and #1. Charlotte goes and retrieves it. It has “We Want Women’s Tag Titles” written on the back.

We go through three rounds of dudes chopping dudes and ladies chopping ladies. There is much strutting and WOOing. Then Flair proposes an intergender round. She hits Rusev once, he tells her to try harder, and Lana attacks from behind. Charlotte doesn’t go down and asks what Lana is up to. There’s some dancing, then a little wrestling, then more dancing. Lana gets two off a X-Factor, and Rusev struts on the apron. Flair fires back with a suplex, and both women tag out.

Rusev and AJ trade attacks and Styles gets a nearfall, but when the women are tagged back in, Lana actually takes Styles down with a combo that ends with a Russian leg sweep!

Flair presses things and gets a nearfall, and heads up top for a moonsault. Lana pulls Rusev into the way and he takes the move, then his wife uses a roll-up on Charlotte to get two. It’s not long until Flair locks the legs, bridges into a Figure Eight and Lana taps, though.

Fenomenal Flair def. Ravishing Rusev Day

Next week’s SmackDown opponents, Day One Glow and Fabulous Truth, get quick promos about the other.

Updated Standings


Braun Strowman and Ember Moon (3 - 0)
Bobby Lashley and Mickie James (2 - 0)
Finn Balor and Bayley (2 - 1)
Bobby Roode and Natalya (0 - 3)
Jinder Mahal and Alicia Fox (0 - 3)


AJ Styles and Charlotte Flair (3 - 0)
The Miz and Asuka (3 - 0)
Jimmy Uso and Naomi (1 - 2)
R-Truth and Carmella (0 - 2)
Rusev and Lana (0 - 3)

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