The actual pay-per-view opened with the main event in which AJ Styles defended the WWE World Championship against Dean Ambrose and John Cena in a Triple threat match. During the match, Cena executed an Attitude Adjustment on Ambrose for a near fall Cena applied the STF on Ambrose, who did not submit. Styles performed a Springboard 450 Splash on Ambrose for a near-fall. Styles executed a Styles Clash on Ambrose, which was followed by Cena applying the STF on Styles but Ambrose stopped Styles from submitting. Later, Ambrose applied the Calf Crusher and Cena applied the STF on Styles simultaneously; Styles submitted but the referee continued the match as two participants cannot submit another one at the same time. Ambrose executed Dirty Deeds on Cena but Styles broke up the pinfall by pulling the referee out of the ring. In the end, Cena executed an Attitude Adjustment off the top rope on Ambrose but Styles hit Cena with a chair and pinned him to retain the title. In the final match, Randy Orton fought Bray Wyatt. During the match, Orton attempted an RKO on Wyatt but Wyatt countered by throwing Orton over the broadcast table. Wyatt attempted Sister Abigail on Orton, but Orton countered with an RKO attempt, only for Wyatt to counter into a Uranage Slam for a near-fall. Outside the ring, Wyatt draped Orton over the steel steps and attempted a Running Senton but Orton rolled off and Wyatt crashed onto the steps. In the climax, Orton executed an Elevated DDT on Wyatt and attempted an RKO but the lights went out and a returning Luke Harper appeared in the ring, distracting Orton. Wyatt executed Sister Abigail on Orton to win the match.