WWE Monday Night RAW Results
September 14, 2015
Report by: Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com
“Then. Now. Forever.” The WWE video leads us into the show.
A video recaps the rivalry between Seth Rollins and Sting. Sting stole and destroyed Rollins’ statue last week on RAW. They’ll face at WWE Night Of Champions with the WWE World Heavyweight Championship on the line.
The Authority’s music hits, and they make their way to the ring. A graphic for Connor’s Cure is on the ramp. The middle rope is yellow. They are creating awareness for Pediatric Cancer Month. Stephanie McMahon welcomes the crowd to the season premiere episode of Monday Night RAW. Triple H says to say this year could be characterized as a massive success would be an understatement. Stephanie says we’ve seen superstars and divas like Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose, Rusev, Cesaro, Kevin Owens, Neville, New Day, Becky Lynch, Charlotte, and Sasha Banks have made an indelible mark on WWE. Triple H says the next generation is here, and they’ll take the WWE to heights never before imagined. They’ll be led into the future by one man. That one man is THE man. He is the United States Champion and the WWE World Heavyweight Champion. He is Seth Rollins. The crowd loudly boos his name. Triple H says this Sunday, live and only on the WWE Network, at Night Of Champions, Rollins has a chance to cement his legacy forever because he’ll defend the United States Championship against John Cena. He will also defend his WWE World Heavyweight Championship against Sting.
Stephanie says the Diva’s Revolution has inspired competition like never before. Tonight, we are guaranteed to see history when Nikki Bella defends her Divas Championship – a title she’s held for 295 days – against a woman who has rocked this division and done it with flair, Charlotte. In arguably one of the biggest Divas Championship match in history, are we going to see Charlotte become the new champion or will Nikki Bella become the longest reigning Divas Champion? Triple H says there’s more. There will be more history made as tonight in this very ring for the first time ever, competing here tonight will be the man that held the WCW Championship on six different occasions. WCW called this man the icon and vigilante. For the first time competing in this very ring will be the man they call Sting. The crowd loudly cheers that. Sting will be in the ring tonight just six days before he competes for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at Night Of Champions against Seth Rollins. Tonight, history is made as Sting steps into this ring to go one-on-one with The World’s Largest Athlete, The Big Show. Triple H has one question for everyone – “Are you ready?” Triple H repeats his question with some vigor, and the crowd responds in kind. Stephanie says history will be made right now with the Tag Team Championship match. It’s a new season and it’s a New Day!
The New Day makes their epic entrance as the crowd chants, “New Day Rocks!” Stephanie dances with The New Day as Triple H looks on. Triple H then gets in the ring and starts clapping along with them!
WWE Tag Team Championships Match
The New Day (c’s) vs. The Prime Time Players
Big E and Kofi Kingston will represent The New Day in this match. Xavier Woods is at ringside with his trusty trombone. Darren Young will start against Kofi Kingston. Young quickly rolls him up for a one count. Young quickly takes him down with a headlock takeover. Kingston fights up and whips him off. Young quickly shoulder blocks him down for a one count. Kingston goes for a leapfrog, but Young counters into a roll-up for a two count. Titus O’Neil is tagged in, and Kingston quickly tags in Big E. Big E powers O’Neil to the corner and punches away at him. Big E sends him to the opposite corner, but O’Neil slingshots over him. O’Neil body slams him, does a dance, and drops a leg. Woods screams that the leg drop was the worst he’s ever seen. Young is tagged in, and O’Neil chops the chest. Young rakes the chest. The Dudley Boyz are seen watching backstage. O’Neil is tagged back in, and he chops Big E’s chest. Big E quickly comes back with a belly-to-belly side suplex. Kingston tags in, and he hits a slingshot stomp. Kingston clubs the chest before mocking O’Neil’s taunt. O’Neil then slaps him down. Young is tagged in, and he hits a pair of clotheslines followed by some jabs. Young sends him into the ropes for a clothesline. Young ducks a clothesline and hits a belly-to-belly overhead suplex. Young gets the crowd going. Kingston goes for the SOS, but Young gets out of it. Young goes for a Gut Check, but Kingston gets out. Kingston boots him in the face, and Big E tags in. They do a sloppy punch as Woods plays a scale on the apron. Big E then sends Young shoulder-first into the turnbuckle. The New Day starts to trade tags and stomp Young before Kingston hits a running dropkick. Woods is playing sound effects on the trombone the entire time. Woods plays, “New Day Rocks” on the trombone as Big E gyrates.
We come back from the break to see Young trapped in a chin lock applied by Kingston. Young fights up, but Kingston throws him out of the ring. Woods plays “The Pink Panther” as Big E sneaks up on Young. Big E tags in and puts Young’s face in the trombone. Young tries to grab it, but he’s pushed back. Kingston then kicks him in the back of the head. Big E kicks away at Young before driving him into the barricade. Young plays the “Charge” theme, and the crowd plays along. Kingston is tagged in, and he stomps Young. Kingston applies a chin lock as a “Let’s go New Day/New Day sucks,” chant breaks out. Kingston sweeps the feet of Young and high fives Woods. Kingston goes to the top rope and jumps into Young’s feet.
Big E and O’Neil are tagged in. O’Neil shoulder blocks Big E down and avalanches Kingston in the corner. O’Neil clotheslines Big E before throwing Kingston out of the ring. O’Neil then big boots Big E down. Kingston comes off the top rope, but O’Neil catches him. O’Neil hits three backbreakers before tossing him. The crowd gives him a nice hand as he gets them pumped up. O’Neil avalanches Kingston and Big E in the corner before giving Big E a powerslam for a near fall. Big E pushes him back and goes for a powerslam, but O’Neil slides off. O’Neil then gives him a spinebuster. Kingston hits Young with Trouble in Paradise at ringside as Woods distracts O’Neil with a trombone slide. O’Neil steals the slide, but the referee grabs it from him. Kingston is tagged in, and they hit O’Neil with the Midnight Hour for the win. Woods plays “Taps” as the pin is made.
Winners and still WWE Tag Team Champions: The New Day
Match Rating: **
The New Day celebrates on the commentary table when The Dudley Boyz walk out to a huge ovation. They shout at The New Day as the crowd chants, “Get the tables!”
Charlotte will face Nikki Bella for the WWE Divas Championship later tonight. We’ll also see an episode of Miz TV featuring Bray Wyatt and The Wyatt Family. Sting will also compete in his first RAW match ever against The Big Show. They show a clip of Sting teaming with Dusty Rhodes back at Starrcade 1988 to defeat The Road Warriors for the NWA Tag Team Championships.
Triple H and Stephanie McMahon are talking about their dance with The New Day. Seth Rollins walks in and says they’re doing a tremendous job by putting Sting in a match against The Big Show. Rollins says he’s been thinking all week about how Sting threw his statue into a garbage truck. Big Show will take him out with the trash. Rollins asks about John Cena and Sheamus. Triple H says it sounds like he just solved his own problem. Rollins asks if they mean Cena will face Sheamus tonight, and Triple H concurs. Stephanie tells him to concentrate on Night Of Champions. Rollins laughs and thanks them.
The commentators talk about Nikki Bella defending her WWE Divas Championship against Charlotte. A replay is shown of Charlotte interrupting the “Bella-bration” last week on RAW. A brawl broke out with PCB and Team Bella. Charlotte then made Nikki submit to the Figure Eight.
Renee Young is backstage with Charlotte and “The Nature Boy” Ric Flair. Renee says this is a big night for Charlotte as she may walk away with the WWE Divas Championship. Charlotte says becoming the Divas Champion has been a dream of hers since she stepped into the ring. More importantly, being able to carry on her father’s legacy and having him there for her first title match is special. Flair says he’s living vicariously through Charlotte. The Divas Revolution has been phenomenal. These girls are busting their butts to put on world-class matches. Tonight, Nikki Bella and Charlotte are going to rock the house in a World Championship match, and he’ll be there watching all night long. Renee says Charlotte could put a stop to Nikki Bella’s attempt at history. Charlotte says becoming the WWE Divas Champion is her focus, but the Diva Revolution is more like an evolution. Watching the Bella Army crumble to natural selection will be a dream come true. Charlotte and Flair “Woo” together before walking off.
Paige makes her entrance with Becky Lynch. Paige will be in action, next.
Paige w/ Becky Lynch vs. Sasha Banks w/ Naomi and Tamina
Charles Robinson, the best referee ever, is the official for this match. Paige tackles Sasha and punches away at her. They tussle around the mat and punch each other before the referee separates them. Paige throws her by the hair twice before the referee admonishes her. Sasha quickly comes back by snapping her off the second rope. Sasha bounces her off the apron for a two count. Sasha takes her down and wrenches the arm. Sasha wraps it around the middle rope and wrenches it. Sasha hangs her over the middle turnbuckle and hits a double stomp for a two count. Sasha applies an overhead wristlock, but Paige fights up and whips her off. Sasha comes back with a dropkick for a two count. Sasha puts her in the corner, but Paige boots her in the face. Paige hits a high running knee followed by a superkick. Paige kicks her in the face again for a two count. Paige goes for a roll-up, but Sasha counters into one of her own for a two count. Paige then spikes her on the head with a German Suplex. Sasha rolls out of the ring to recover. Paige goes to the apron for a summersault senton, but Tamina moves Sasha out of the way! Paige hits the floor with a splat. Sasha puts her in the ring and applies the Bank Statement for the win.
Winner by Submission: Sasha Banks
Match Rating: *
Becky Lynch checks on Paige. Team B.A.D. attack her and throw Paige out of the ring. They punch Becky a few times before tossing her out of the ring as well.
Replays are shown of The Wyatt Family attacking Randy Orton on RAW last week. This past Thursday on Smackdown, The Wyatt Family attacked Jimmy Uso. They’ll be on Miz TV, next.
A video paying tribute to Connor “The Crusher” Michalek is shown. Easily one of the best videos WWE has ever produced.
Miz TV with special guests The Wyatt Family
The Miz is in the ring, and he welcomes the crowd to the season premiere of Miz TV. Season premieres are all about making an impact and grabbing the ratings. This show will do just that. He’s rubbed elbows with a lot of MVPs and has encountered the biggest titans in sports entertainment. Tonight, he pulled out all stops to bring us some special guests. The Miz then introduces The Wyatt Family to the ring.
The Wyatt Family makes their entrance to the ring. The Miz says he appreciates them rearranging his lights. Bray Wyatt sits in a chair. Wyatt tells Miz not to sit down because he’s not safe here. Miz assures them that he is not Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose’s partner at Hell in a Cell (he meant Night Of Champions). Miz asks who Braun Strowman is. Wyatt says he’s standing right there so he should just ask him instead. Miz asks Strowman to talk a little about himself. Strowman takes his mask off and stares angrily at The Miz. Wyatt laughs and asks if this is what The Miz wants. Miz put himself in harm’s way to get what he wants. Wyatt says no one thinks about the consequences. Miz asks what Wyatt wants. Wyatt says he wants Miz to suffer. Wyatt wants Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose to suffer. He wants people to pay for their sins. He’s already shown Randy Orton and Jimmy Uso. What he wants most in the world is to understand that it doesn’t matter who shows up at Night Of Champions. They’ll all fall down.
Roman Reigns’ music hits, and he makes his way to the ring through the crowd with Dean Ambrose behind him. Miz gets excited and says Reigns and Ambrose are live on Miz TV. Ambrose kicks him and throws him out of the ring. Ambrose and Reigns step up to The Wyatt Family. Wyatt pulls Strowman and Harper back. Reigns says Wyatt makes him sick. Wyatt took out Orton and his cousin last week. He’ll pay for hurting his blood. Reigns says Wyatt isn’t the man. If he were the man, he could beat him one on one, but he can’t. The two of them couldn’t beat them at SummerSlam. Reigns says Wyatt wants three-on-two because he’s not the man. In Houston at Night Of Champions, it won’t be three-on-two. They’ve found a third. That means it’s three-on-three, and they’ll whoop The Wyatt Family’s ass. In six days, they’re bringing the big fight and will make it a war. Reigns says they’ll win. Believe that!
Footage from the 1990 Great American Bash where Sting defeated Ric Flair is shown. Sting will compete on Monday Night RAW for the first time against The Big Show later tonight. Coming up next, John Cena will face Sheamus.
John Cena vs. Sheamus
They lock up, and Sheamus executes a headlock takeover. The crowd chants, “You look stupid” at Sheamus. Cena fights to his feet as the crowd starts a “Let’s go Cena/Cena sucks” chant. Cena whips him off and hits a dropkick. Sheamus quickly comes back with a running back elbow. Sheamus drops Cena with an uppercut before shouting at the crowd. Sheamus then throws Cena out of the ring.
We come back from the break to see Sheamus pick up a two count. Sheamus goes to the top rope and connects with a diving knee drop for a near fall. Sheamus yells at the referee over the count. Sheamus goes for a right hand, but Cena blocks it and connects with one of his own. Sheamus reverses a whip and applies a sleeper hold. Cena drops to a knee, but he eventually fights up. Cena blocks a kick and punches him. Sheamus grabs a side headlock, but Cena whips him off and connects with a pair of shoulder tackles. Cena then hits a back suplex powerbomb. The crowd loudly boos him before he connects with the 5 Knuckle Shuffle. Cena goes for the Attitude Adjustment, but Sheamus elbows out. Cena elbows him in the face and jumps off the second rope with a tornado DDT for a near fall. Cena goes for the AA again, but Sheamus counters into a roll-up for a two count. Sheamus then applies a modified Sharpshooter. Cena claws his way to the bottom rope and gets the break. Sheamus argues with the referee over this. Cena grabs his ankle on the apron before pulling himself up. Sheamus then connects with the 10 Beats of the Bodhrán before touching up his Mohawk. Sheamus pulls him into the ring and goes for a rolling senton, but Cena slides off and applies the STF. Sheamus quickly gets to the bottom rope and goes to the apron.
Cena catches Sheamus with the 10 Beats of the Bodhrán before pulling him into the ring. Sheamus slides off and catches him with a high knee. Cena then falls too early on a flying forearm. Sheamus sets up in the corner and extends his arms. The crowd loudly boos him. Sheamus starts clubbing his chest, but it hurts him too much. Sheamus goes for a Brogue Kick, but Cena clotheslines him down. They trade punches before Cena goes for an AA. Sheamus gets out and catches him with a release suplex for a near fall. Sheamus throws a mini tantrum. Sheamus goes to the top rope for a battering ram, but Cena avoids it and goes for an STF. Sheamus kicks him away and goes for a Brogue Kick, but Cena catches him in a powerbomb position. Cena switches him around and hits an electric chair facebuster. Cena then immediately goes for the STF, but Sheamus is too close to the bottom rope. Cena drags him away and reapplies it. Sheamus powers up into a rolling senton! Sheamus then runs into an AA. Cena picks up the win from there.
Winner by Pinfall: John Cena
Match Rating: ** 1/4
The commentators start their monthly ritual of making fun of anybody who would buy their special monthly event on PPV.
Nikki Bella is seen warming up backstage. She’s a little less than two and a half hours away from becoming the longest reigning Divas Champion in history. She tied AJ Lee’s record today. She’ll defend the title against Charlotte later tonight.
A replay is shown of Seth Rollins beating Ryback with the help of Kevin Owens on Smackdown.
Ryback is in the ring. Ryback says he’s proud to stand here as the Intercontinental Champion. Ryback says it’s fitting that they’re in Memphis, Tennessee. Apparently Kevin Owens has The Big Guy “All Shook Up.” Ryback does an awful Elvis impression. JBL starts to bury him on commentary. Ryback says he knows Owens has no respect for him and the ring. Owens doesn’t respect what it means to be a champion.
Kevin Owens’ music hits, and he comes out to the stage. Owens says he doesn’t mean to interrupt… actually he does. A few months ago, Ryback talked about how the book “The Secret” played a big part in his life. It helped him recover from an injury and overcome tough times. After hearing him talk about it, he couldn’t help himself. Owens holds up a copy of “The Secret.” Ryback asks if he can read it. Owens says he understood it the first time he read it. Owens says he feels sorry for Ryback and all the other idiots who believe this garbage. Ryback says Owens is the only garbage he sees. Owens says this book is an excuse and a crutch for weak people. Owens says he can’t blame Ryback for reading it, but he can blame him for being weak in the first place. Ryback is a monster. Ryback is probably the strongest guy in the locker room, yet he is also the weakest. Owens says it’s an absolute travesty that someone like Ryback is Intercontinental Champion.
Ryback says that book helped him and many others. Ryback goes on a long diatribe about how he deals with life and says, “Feed me more!” Ryback says there are many ways to the top of the mountain in WWE. Owens took the long road. Ryback says he respects Owens for that. Ryback says he got an elevator ride to the top, but he fell on his face. The WWE Universe witnessed that first hand. Ryback got back up and brushed himself up to climb back to the top of the mountain. Ryback says he stands here not as a weak man. He’s the WWE Intercontinental Champion. Owens says he is for now. If he ever gets an opportunity at that title, he’ll take it from him and show the world that The Big Guy is nothing more than a weak little boy. Ryback says he finds that funny because he went to The Authority earlier tonight. At Night Of Champions, it’ll be Kevin Owens taking on Ryback for the WWE Intercontinental Championship. Ryback says he’s not just a big guy. He’s THE Big Guy! Ryback starts a “Feed Me More” chant. Owens nods his head and walks off.
Footage from Starrcade 1997 of Sting beating Hulk Hogan in one of the worst main events of all time is shown. Sting will face Big Show later tonight.
Footage is shown of Stardust helping The Ascension beat The Lucha Dragons on Smackdown. The Ascension are Stardust’s “henchmen.” Neville ran out for the save.
Stardust and The Ascension vs. Neville and The Lucha Dragons
Before the bell rings, a brawl breaks out between the teams. The Lucha Dragons get The Ascension out of the ring and take them out with stereo suicide dives. Stardust sends Neville into the ropes, but he’s taken out by a running hurricanrana. Neville clotheslines Stardust out of the ring and goes for a suicide dive, but The Ascension pulls Stardust away. This match will not happen.
Coming up next, we’ll see Nikki Bella defend the WWE Divas Championship against Charlotte. They play a video with Nikki Bella talking about how she brought the Divas Revolution to the forefront, not anyone else.
WWE Divas Championship Match
Charlotte w/ Paige and Becky Lynch vs. Nikki Bella (c) w/ Brie Bella and Alicia Fox
The bell rings, and Charlotte bounces off the ropes like her father used to. They lock up, and Charlotte presses her against the ropes before giving a clean break. Charlotte applies a waistlock and takes her down before transitioning to a front face-lock. Charlotte turns it into a pin for a one count. Charlotte drops a knee before pulling down her kneepad and dropping another. Charlotte applies a head-scissor and slams her with her legs three times before kipping up. Charlotte shoulders her in the corner before eating a knee. Nikki hits an arm breaker off the second rope. Nikki drives her knee into the shoulder and taunts the crowd. Nikki wraps her arm around the second rope and tugs on it. Charlotte forearms her back, but Nikki comes back by snapping her arm off the top rope. Nikki repeats it and clubs her. They trade punches before Nikki slams her down by the arm on the apron.
We come back from the break to see Charlotte trapped in an arm bar. Nikki goes for a cross arm breaker, but Charlotte holds her arm to block it. Charlotte fights out and powers her up into a slam. Charlotte blocks a right hand and connects with some chops. Charlotte sends her into the ropes and hits a big boot for a two count. Nikki hits an arm breaker and forearms away at her. Charlotte counters into a hangman’s neckbreaker. Charlotte then runs into a dropkick to her injured arm. Nikki hits a facebreaker for a near fall. Nikki kicks the ropes into her injured arm and goes for an Alabama Slam. Charlotte counters into a roll-up, but Nikki quickly gets out. Charlotte then catches her with a spear. Alicia Fox grabs her behind the referee’s back. Brie Bella runs in trying twin magic, but Charlotte rolls her up for the win.
Ric Flair runs down and hugs his daughter who is holding up the WWE Divas Championship. At ringside, the referee sees that Brie Bella was the one that got pinned. Brie has blonde extensions in and pulls paper out from her bra. Stephanie McMahon makes her way to the stage. Stephanie says she has to uphold the integrity of the Divas Championship. Charlotte can’t win the title by pinning someone who wasn’t in the match. Technically, when Brie put her hands on Charlotte, she should have been disqualified, so Stephanie announces Charlotte won the match. However, the title can only change hands by pinfall or submission. Stephanie makes the rematch for Night Of Champions where the title can change hands on a disqualification.
Winner by Disqualification: Charlotte
Nikki Bella retains the WWE Divas Championship
Match Rating: * 3/4
Footage is shown of Sting attacking Triple H at last year’s Survivor Series. Sting will face The Big Show in his first ever match on Monday Night RAW.
Rusev w/ Summer Rae vs. Cesaro
They lock up, and Rusev applies a waistlock. Cesaro reverses into a waistlock, so Rusev wrenches the arm. Cesaro twists out and kips up twice before wrenching the arm. Rusev kicks him in the midsection and applies a side headlock. Cesaro whips him off, but Rusev shoulder blocks him down for a two count. Rusev applies a front face-lock, but Cesaro fights up. Cesaro whips him off and leapfrogs him before hitting a hip toss. Cesaro then catches him with a head-scissor takeover. Cesaro hits a running uppercut before catching him with a back body drop for a two count. A “Cesaro” chant breaks out. Many on the camera side are holding up “Cesaro Section” signs. Rusev clubs away at Cesaro, but Cesaro comes back with a big suplex. Cesaro drops an elbow for a one count. The crowd starts to chant Cesaro’s name to the rhythm of “New Day rocks.” Rusev hits a throat thrust and drops him on the top rope. Rusev then takes him out with a rolling wheel kick for a two count. Rusev stomps him a few times before applying a nerve hold.
Dolph Ziggler makes his way to ringside. Cesaro then takes Rusev out with a back suplex. Ziggler tries to give Summer a gift box, but she declines it. Rusev shouts at Ziggler before Cesaro rolls him up with a modified inside cradle for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Cesaro
Match Rating: * 1/4
As soon as the bell sounds, Ziggler immediately knocks Rusev out with a superkick. Rusev stumbles away from the ring with Summer Rae.
A child stricken with cancer is shown at ringside with her family. Michael Cole announces that she just found out she is cancer free in a really nice little segment.
Seth Rollins is seen talking to Big Show backstage. Big Show will face Sting later tonight.
Replays are shown of what just happened between Dolph Ziggler, Rusev, and Summer Rae. Summer is seen following a furious Rusev down a hallway before slamming a door in her face. Summer opens up the gift from Ziggler and likes what she sees. Rusev then pounds the door and orders her to come in.
A replay is seen of The New Day defeating The Prime Time Players to retain the WWE Tag Team Championships. They’ll face The Dudley Boyz at Night Of Champions. The commentators then run down some of the other matches at the show. On the kickoff show, Stardust and The Ascension will face Neville and The Lucha Dragons.
Triple H and Stephanie McMahon are talking about Nikki Bella becoming the longest reigning Divas Champion in history. Big Show walks in. Stephanie says all anyone is talking about tonight is Sting competing in his first ever match on RAW, but when it’s over all anyone will be talking about is him. Triple H says Big Show is a problem solver. Sting is the problem. Big Show clenches his fist and says he’s got it. Triple H says he knows he does.
Footage is seen from last Monday on RAW when Sting trashed Seth Rollins’ statue. Coming up next, Sting will compete in his first ever match on RAW against the Big Show.
Nikki Bella will hold a “Bellabration” on Thursday Night Smackdown.
Triple H and Stephanie McMahon are at ringside to watch Sting in his first ever RAW match.
Big Show makes his entrance to the ring and stands in the ring. The crowd loudly chants, “We want Sting!”
Big Show vs. Sting
Charles Robinson will officiate this match to give this a real WCW feel. Lilian Garcia does in the in-ring introductions to give this a big match feel. The bell rings, and Sting ducks a clothesline before punching away at him. Big Show powers him to the corner and goes for a chop, but Sting punches out. Big Show punches him in the midsection and goes for a butt bump, but Sting moves. Sting kicks away at him in the corner before going to the second rope for the ten punches. Sting lets out a “Woo” before Big Show grabs him by the throat. Sting counters the Chokeslam into a big DDT. Sting kicks away at him before catching him with a Stinger Splash. Seth Rollins runs down to the ring, but Sting cuts him off with some right hands. The referee calls for the bell.
Winner by Disqualification: Sting
Match Rating: 1/2 *
Rollins and Big Show begin to double-team Sting before John Cena runs down to even the odds. Sting and Cena clear the ring of Rollins and Big Show. Triple H grabs a microphone and says there’s been enough controversy for one night. We’ll have ourselves a tag team match. It’ll be Seth Rollins and Big Show against John Cena and Sting. It’ll start right now.
Big Show and Seth Rollins vs. Sting and John Cena
We join the match in progress. John Cena punches away at Big Show before hitting the ropes for a shoulder tackle. Big Show shoulder blocks him out of mid-air. Big Show head-butts him down before hitting a body slam. Big Show head-butts him down a second time before talking trash to the crowd. Big Show drives his foot into Cena’s midsection. Rollins is tagged in, and he stomps away at Cena. Rollins taunts Sting, but the referee holds him back from getting in the ring. Rollins charges Cena, but Cena gives him a back body drop over the top rope. Big Show checks on Rollins at ringside. Rollins gets in the ring and tags in Big Show. Big Show stomps Cena and wags his finger at Sting. Big Show punches Cena in the midsection before chopping the chest. Cena elbows him in the midsection before punching away at him. Cena goes for an Attitude Adjustment on Big Show, but he collapses under the weight. Rollins is tagged in, and he clubs Cena’s chest. Rollins backs up and hits a running boot to the head. Rollins kicks and punches Cena before talking trash to Sting. Cena then takes Rollins out with a back suplex. Big Show is tagged in, and he stops Cena from making the tag to Sting. Big Show punches Cena in the midsection before talking trash to Sting. Big Show says Sting never should have come here. Big Show punches Cena in the midsection and grabs at his abdomen. Big Show then head-butts him down. Big Show goes to the second rope for a slingshot splash, and he connects for a near fall. Big Show screams at the referee. Big Show punches Cena down before Rollins tags in. Rollins stomps away at Cena while talking trash to him. Rollins punches him down and shouts at the crowd that this is his show. Sting tries to come in the ring, but the referee keeps him back. Cena then turns Rollins inside out with a clothesline. Cena is loudly calling spots from his stomach. Big Show is tagged in, and he drops Cena with a big body slam. Big Show goes for another slingshot splash, but Cena moves out of the way.
Sting and Rollins are tagged in. Sting hits a trio of clotheslines before sending him to the corner for a Stinger Splash. Sting connects with a second Stinger Splash before hitting a bulldog. Big Show comes in and runs Sting over with a shoulder block. Cena ducks a clothesline and takes Big Show out with an AA. Rollins goes for the Pedigree on Cena, but Sting catches him with the Scorpion Death Drop. Sting then applies the Scorpion Deathlock to force the WWE World Heavyweight Champion to submit!
Winners by Submission: Sting and John Cena
Match Rating: * 1/2
Sting and John Cena celebrate in the ring as Seth Rollins and Big Show angrily pace next to Triple H and Stephanie McMahon. The commentators wonder if the same fate awaits Rollins this Sunday at Night Of Champions.
Quick Match Results
The New Day def. The Prime Time Players to retain the WWE Tag Team Championships
Sasha Banks def. Paige via Submission
John Cena def. Sheamus
Charlotte def. Nikki Bella via DQ in a WWE Divas Championship Match
Cesaro def. Rusev
Sting def. Big Show via DQ
Sting and John Cena def. Big Show and Seth Rollins via Submission
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