Here's what happened to Backlash 2023!

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Here's what happened to Backlash 2023!
Here's what happened to Backlash 2023! (Provided by Sport World News)

Here's what happened on the WWE Backlash PPV, held on 5/7/2023 at the Coliseo de Puerto Rico in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Kickoff: Nothing in particular happened, just a recap and preview of the matches that will take place in the main event.

Women's Match for the RAW Women's Championship:
Bianca Belair beats IYO SKY (Bianca remains champion) Seth Freakin' Rollins defeats Omos (w/MVP) Triple Threat Match for the US Championship: Austin Theory beats Bobby Lashley and Bronson Reed (Theory remains champion) Here's what happened to Backlash 2023!

Women's Match for the SmackDown Women's Championship:
Rhea Ripley beats Zelina Vega (Rhea remains champion) San Juan Street Fight Match: Bad Bunny beats Damian Priest Six Men Tag Team Match: The Bloodline (The Usos & Solo Sikoa) beat Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn & Matt Riddle Singles Match: Cody Rhodes defeats Brock Lesnar In the match between Bad Bunny and Damian Priest intervened: Dominik Mysterio, Finn Balor, Savio Vega, Carlito, Rey Mysterio, Santos Escobar, Joaquin Wilde and Cruz Del Toro.

The Intercontinental, Undisputed WWE Universal, Undisputed WWE Tag Team and Women's Tag Team titles were not defended at this PPV. One of the most anticipated matches of tonight, in the last WWE ppv, or Backlash, was certainly the one staged by Cody Rhodes and Brock Lesnar, with the two athletes who had come to loggerheads in the post-Wrestlemania episode of Monday Night Raw when Lesnar brutally attacked Cody, shortly before their tag team match against the Bloodline.

After his sensational turn heel, Lesnar then continued to mock Rhodes, appearing several times on Monday Night Raw and never having the opportunity to seriously face to face with the American Nightmare in the ring, always separated by WWE security.

However, there was finally the final showdown, with the two facing off in a no-holds-barred match that thrilled the Latino fans in Puerto Rico.