Backed into a corner thanks to Rich Swann’s Sunday morning arrest, the WWE booked a second chance fatal four-way tonight (Dec. 11) on Raw. Ariya Daivari, Cedric Alexander, Mustafa Ali and Tony Nese all competed to determine who would face Drew Gulak in a number one’s contender’s match.
The official term the WWE used in regards to Swann was that he was “revoked” of his place in the match with Gulak.
There are NO friends in this #SecondChance #Fatal4Way bout as @CedricAlexander @MustafaAliWWE @TonyNese and @AriyaDaivariWWE clash for an opportunity to face @DrewGulak! #205Live #RAW pic.twitter.com/UJKyflxIEf— WWE (@WWE) December 12, 2017
.@MustafaAliWWE... beautiful! pic.twitter.com/wtxIRAKzFj— TDE Wrestling (@totaldivaseps) December 12, 2017
The match was hotly contested but Alexander continued to keep himself in the match.
WHAT did we just SEE?! #RAW #205Live@CedricAlexander @MustafaAliWWE pic.twitter.com/ZsDkWJqeGR— WWE Universe (@WWEUniverse) December 12, 2017
.@CedricAlexander!! pic.twitter.com/zUSj9nW3fc— TDE Wrestling (@totaldivaseps) December 12, 2017
LUMBAR CHECK GETS THE JOB DONE FOR @CedricAlexander #205Live #RAW pic.twitter.com/CLKA23s6bp— Italo Santana (@BulletClubItal) December 12, 2017
Cedric Alexander would hit another Lumbar Check on Ariya Daivari and get his raised in victory. Alexander will now take on Drew Gulak next week on Raw to determine the number one contender to cruiserweight champion Enzo Amore.
Alexander or Gulak, who becomes the Zo train’s next challenger?