Alexa took full advantage of that to beat Bayley for the second pay-per-view in a row, which could lead to a new feud for the champ on Raw in the coming weeks and months.
A turning point in the match came when Bayley appeared to hesitate in using the kendo stick.
On Bayley being the underdog: "Here's the thing with that, Bayley does a great job of doing what she does".
On if she's ever been in this kind of match before: "No, I have never". In the ring, I just find a lot of joy in taking everything that she has away. I have hit Bayley with that thing so many times and I have a feeling that she really wants to get me back for that. No disqualification. Apparently it didn't matter who got it first - why was it on a pole to begin with then? - despite the fact that they just outlined the rules five minutes ago. I don't know if you know this, but I'm 5 feet tall. Do I let Bayley grab it first and then take it away from her? I don't know if I can reach all the way up there to grab that stick. I think it's awesome for them and do I wish that I was in that match? I don't know. That's what my main concern is, what if I climb up there and then just can't reach it? The challenger saw Bliss going for the foreign object, but tackled her to the floor to make sure she couldn't get to it. Bayley threw the champion hard into the barricade, returning to the ring and finally picking up the kendo stick.
But just as Bayley seemed to be wilting, she came back with a lovely Bayley to Belly suplex. I had some of my best matches with Sasha and Bayley. Charlotte took me under her wing when I first got there.