- Drew McIntyre and Shane McMahon are shown walking through the hallway backstage. They stop for a brief interview, and they're not happy.
- Baron Corbin comes out for his match. As he steps in the ring, he gets in the ring announcer's face and makes him read a special introduction off a card. Corbin gets an extended ring introduction listing all of his accolades.
- Seth Rollins (c) vs. Baron Corbin: Rollins comes out to the ring, and he grabs a chair and a microphone from ringside. Rollins tells Corbin to get on with it and bring out his special guest referee, and if they try to take his Universal Title he'll treat them like everyone else. Corbin says after much deliberation, he chose his special guest referee Lacey Evans. Rollins' Universal Title is on the line in this one. Rollins doesn't look happy, and Lacey comes to the ring and gets in Rollins' face. Corbin attacks Rollins from behind before the opening bell and nails Rollins with the steel chair. After four or five shots, Lacey takes the steel chair, and she calls for the opening bell. Corbin starts off with a back suplex for a pin attempt, but Rollins gets out and rolls outside to regroup. Corbin takes Rollins back in the ring, and Rollins starts fighting back with right hands. Corbin shuts him down with a running clothesline. Corbin looks for another one, but Seth fights back with chops and right hands. Seth misses a shot and Corbin comes back with a DDT. Corbin takes Rollins into the corner and hits some right hands. Corbin looks for a superplex, but Seth fights him off. Seth misses a shot and Corbin hits a punch to the throat. Corbin follows up with more right hands until Seth starts to fight back. Corbin misses a clothesline and Rollins drops him with an enziguri kick. Rollins and Corbin trade punches and chops now. Rollins hits a spinning elbow to the face of corbin, and then hits the Sling Blade. Rollins goes to the middle rope and hits the Blockbuster on the challenger. Corbin gets up and Rollins clotheslines him out to ringside. Rollins follows up with the suicide dive on Corbin, then he throws Corbin back in the ring for a springboard flying knee to the face. Rollins follows up with a superkick and pins, but Lacey counts very slowly and Corbin gets the shoulder up before three. Rollins tries to springboard off the top rope for a move, but Corbin punches him out of mid-air. Corbin tries to slam Rollins on the apron, but Rollins escapes and powerbombs Corbin off the apron through the announce table at ringside. Rollins rolls back in the ring and yells at Lacey to start counting out Corbin, and she does, slowly. Lacey reaches the eight count, and then she calls over the ring announcer and declares that there are now no count-outs in this match. Rollins goes out to ringside and throws Corbin back in the ring. Seth kicks Corbin and then looks for the curb stomp, but Corbin dodges it. Corbin hits an uppercut on Rollins, but Rollins comes back and dumps Corbin out to ringside. Rollins looks for a dive, but Corbin catches him and slams him. Back in the ring, Corbin hits a chokeslam for a two count. Corbin grabs Rollins by the legs, but Rollins escapes. Corbin misses a shot in the corner and Rollins nails him with a superkick. Rollins follows up with a frogsplash off the top and pins. Lacey starts counting, but she stops at two because of a supposed shoulder injury. Rollins is not happy. Rollins and Corbin fight out to ringside, where Corbin grabs a steel chair and repeatedly nails Rollins with it. Lacey doesn't call for a DQ. Back in the ring, Corbin continues to assault Rollins with the steel chair. Lacey declares to the ring announcer that this is a No DQ match. Corbin lays the chair on the mat and looks for a DDT, but Rollins fights out. Rollins hits a Falcon Arrow on Corbin on to the chair on the mat. Rollins pins, but Lacey doesn't count the pin. Rollins gets in Lacey's face, and Lacey slaps him across the face. Lacey slaps Rollins and then kicks him to the midsection. Corbin comes over and Rollins hits him, but then Lacey hits a low blow on Rollins from behind. Corbin hits the End of Days on Rollins, but then Becky Lynch runs out and tackles Lacey and pummels on her. Becky beats down Lacey at ringside and suplexes her into the fan barricade. More referees come out to break up the brawl between Becky and Lacey. Referee John Cone gets in the ring now to take over. Corbin picks up Rollins, but Rollins breaks free and superkicks him. Rollins follows up with the curb stomp for the three count.
Winner & still Universal Champion: Seth Rollins
- Becky gets in the ring after the match to celebrate with Rollins. They hug in the ring as we go to replays and Stomping Grounds goes off the air.