Finn Balor & Damian Priest Win Tag Team Titles at WWE Payback

The Undisputed Tag Team Champions, Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn, faced off against Finn Balor and Damian Priest in a street fight at WWE Payback.

The two teams wasted no time pairing off, with Zayn and Balor going at it inside the ring while Owens and Priest duked it out outside. Balor quickly grabbed a kendo stick to gain the upper hand, but Owens reentered the fray, launching an attack on Balor after he stomped on a Pittsburgh Steelers “terrible towel.”

Zayn took a daring dive onto the members of Judgment Day, and then he and Owens made creative use of trash cans, placing one over Balor and taking turns smacking it with kendo sticks. The battle raged on with both teams trading blows. Dominik Mysterio eventually made his way to ringside to support his Judgment Day comrades, helping them gain control. Owens ended up with a bloody face during this intense exchange.

Judgment Day made a comeback by taking out Mysterio. Inside the ring, Zayn executed a blue thunder bomb on Balor, right onto a pile of chairs. Meanwhile, Owens got cleaned up at ringside. The action spilled out of the ring and into the crowd as Priest wielded a hockey stick on Owens and Zayn. Amidst the chaos, Zayn leaped off the desk used for the kickoff show to dive onto Priest. Mysterio once again got involved, leading to Owens putting him through a table with a swanton from the security guardrails.

The action returned to the ring, where Zayn sent Balor crashing through a table, setting Owens up for a stunner on Priest. Just as Zayn was about to seal the deal with a Helluva Kick, JD McDonagh rushed in to break up the pin. Owens swiftly took out McDonagh but found himself speared through the ringside barricade by Rhea Ripley.

Zayn managed to land a Helluva Kick on Balor, but Mysterio intervened, using Priest’s Money in the Bank briefcase to break up the pin, ultimately allowing Balor to secure the victory.

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