– We go back to the ring and out comes Bianca Belair for her WWE Extreme Rules contract signing with SmackDown Women’s Champion Becky Lynch. She swings her hair and dances around to the ring as we go back to commercial.
Back from the break and we get a brief 9/11 video tribute. Greg Hamilton takes the mic to introduce three 9/11-related organizations who are in the building tonight – the Feel Good Foundation, 9/11 Day, and Tuesday’s Children. Belair is in the ring with Adam Pearce and Sonya Deville. Pearce gives her the contract to make the Extreme Rules match official. Belair talks about being back at MSG and for having so much respect for Lynch. The most thing she respected Becky for was how she wouldn’t run from a fight, but things have changed. She goes on and says she doesn’t respect Becky as much as she once did, but Becky can win some of that respect back at Extreme Rules while Belair wins back the title. Belair signs the contract. The music hits and out comes Lynch to a pop.
Lynch is wearing a large red fake fur coat, and sunglasses. She takes a seat and says the original WrestleMania main eventer has arrived. She mocks Belair and brings up the look on her face when she was getting in the ring with Big Time Becks. Becky says Belair can be a fan or The Man, there’s no shame in buying a ticket and sitting out there with the regular people. Some fans boo. Becky goes on and asks what happens if she doesn’t sign the contract. Pearce and Deville encourage her to. Belair tells Becky to sign the damn contract. Belair tells her repeatedly to sign it. Fans agree. Becky stands up and isn’t happy with the crowd reaction. She says she was sitting at home listening to the fans chanting for her, she came back at the last minute, saved all of our asses and beat the champion, but this is how the fans treat her.
Becky says she left her baby at home for these people and they’re favoring a flash in the pan over her. Becky goes on and says she will give Belair the match but it will end the same way. She signs the contract and tosses it at Belair, who catches it while sitting down at the table. Lynch storms out of the ring as fans boo her. She stops on the ramp and raises the title as Belair’s music hits, and Belair taunts her from the ring.