WWE RAW Results 10/19/15

WWE Monday Night RAW Results
October 19, 2015
Dallas, Texas
Report by: Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com

“Then. Now. Forever.” The WWE video leads us into the show.

We go live into the arena, and “Stone Cold” Steve Austin’s music hits! WWE Hall of Famer “Stone Cold” Steve Austin makes his way to the ring to a massive pop. This is his first time on RAW in four years according to the commentators. Austin soaks in the cheers and says it’s good to be back in Dallas. Back in 1989, he started his career in the Sportatorium. When they built the American Airlines Arena, they shipped him and The Rock in to break it in. Austin says, “If y’all here in Dallas are ready for Monday Night RAW, give me a ‘Hell yeah!’” The crowd responds in the affirmative. Austin then asks if they’re ready for WrestleMania 32 in Dallas, and the crowd responds that they are. Austin says he’s proud and glad to be back in Dallas. He’s stomped so many mudholes in this town and walked them dry, sometimes he has to drink a cold beer and reminisce about it all. Coming up in a few hours on the WWE Network, he’s got Brock Lesnar on the Stone Cold Podcast. That’s the bottom line because he said so.

Austin wants to introduce a man he has a lot of respect for. He’s one of a kind. Coming up this Sunday in a Hell in a Cell match, he’ll step in the ring to face Brock Lesnar for the last time. Austin introduces The Undertaker! The Undertaker’s music hits, and the Demon from Death Valley makes his way to the ring to another massive pop. Undertaker slowly makes his way to the ring and gets in. The crowd chants his name. Austin already cut out of there, so it’s just Undertaker in the ring. Undertaker says, “Brock Lesnar, we have one last battle to fight, and listen when I say this, son: the depths of hell will look like the gates to heaven compared to where I’m going to take you this Sunday at Hell in a Cell.”

Brock Lesnar’s music hits, and he storms out to the stage with Paul Heyman in tow. Undertaker just stares at him. Heyman won’t let Lesnar go down to the ring. Heyman says, “Ladies and Deadman, my name is Paul Heyman, and I am the advocate for the Beast that shall be unleashed this Sunday inside Hell in a Cell, Brock Lesnar.” Heyman says he was just talking with his client about how fitting it is that both combatants will enter Hell in a Cell this Sunday consumed with the thought of revenge. His client wants to avenge that disputed, disgusting, tainted, illegitimate victory Undertaker scored over him at SummerSlam. Undertaker doesn’t want, need, or crave revenge. Undertaker lusts after the notion of avenging the fact that his client, Brock Lesnar, conquered his undefeated streak at WrestleMania. The crowd loudly boos that. This Sunday at Hell in a Cell, when the two of them fight for the very last time, his client will take his revenge upon him and then Undertaker will be forced to learn what it’s like to live or die with a tainted legacy. It’ll be a legacy of dominance over everyone else except the conqueror that took everything away from him, Brock Lesnar.

Undertaker says, “You see, that’s where your problem is because when you take everything from a man… when you take everything from a man, then that man ends up fighting with nothing to lose.” Undertaker removes his hat and jacket and motions for Lesnar to come into the ring. Lesnar starts to slowly walk down to the ring. Heyman begs Lesnar to stay back. Lesnar gets to the apron and jumps up to it. Heyman screams that this is not the right time. Lesnar then smiles and gets off the apron as the crowd boos him. Lesnar and Heyman back up the ramp. Undertaker stares at Lesnar before motioning that he’ll finish him. Undertaker’s music plays as the segment ends.

The Dudley Boyz and John Cena will face The New Day, next.

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John Cena and The Dudley Boyz vs. The New Day

Replays are shown from two weeks ago when The New Day left John Cena, Dolph Ziggler, and The Dudley Boyz down in the ring.

Before the match begins, Xavier Woods starts off by trying to calm down a “New Day sucks” chant. Woods’ trombone is broken. Woods says they should be called unicorns because they have brought magic back to WWE. Kofi Kingston asks if they know the saying. Big E says everything is “booty” in Texas. Big E says Dez Bryant’s foot is booty, as is Tony Romo’s clavicle. They laugh heartily. As for the three of them, they probably remember this brass because they used it to kick their – Woods stops him, but they say “ass” anyway. They’ll beat them again tonight because New Day rocks.

Bubba Ray Dudley will start against Kofi Kingston. Kingston applies a waistlock, but Bubba quickly pulls him off. Bubba avalanches him in the corner and sends him hard into the corer a few times before hitting a bionic elbow. D-Von Dudley tags in, and they hit a double team shoulder block/elbow drop combo. Kingston rolls out of the ring to recover as we go to commercial.

-Commercial Break-

We come back from the break to see The New Day trading tags to continuously stomp John Cena. Woods finally sends Kingston into Cena with a dropkick before doing a dance. Kingston picks up a two count. Kingston tags in Woods, who cracks Cena in the head with a right hand. Woods takes him down and hits a kneeling DDT for a two count. Big E is tagged in, and he punches Cena in the midsection. Big E sends him into the corner before hitting a sidewalk slam (while gyrating) for a near fall. Big E mocks Bubba before doing the “New Day clap.” Cena then takes him down with a dropkick. Cena tries for a tag, but Big E takes him down with a belly-to-belly overhead suplex. Big E hits the ropes and goes for a big splash, but Cena rolls out of the way.

Woods and D-Von are tagged in. D-Von hits a clothesline, a beck elbow, and another clothesline. D-Von follows up with a flapjack before clotheslining Kingston. D-Von avalanches Woods before hitting a big spinebuster, but Big E breaks up the pin. Bubba knocks Big E out of the ring. Big E then reverses a whip into the ring post on Bubba. Cena then takes Big E out with a cross-body block off the top rope to the outside! In the ring, Woods rolls up D-Von with a handful of tights for the win!

Winners by Pinfall: The New Day
Match Rating: * 3/4

The New Day celebrates in the ring before Cena and the Dudley’s break it up. Cena takes Woods down with an Attitude Adjustment as the rest of The New Day backs up the ramp. Cena then gets the Dudley’s to get the tables! D-Von sets it up as the crowd chants for the table. Cena and D-Von prop Woods on Bubba’s shoulders. Bubba then powerbombs Woods through the table off the second rope to a big pop! The rest of The New Day are screaming and crying on the ramp watching this. The Dudley Boyz and John Cena celebrate in the ring.

The commentators talk about John Cena’s mystery opponent at Hell in a Cell for the WWE United States Championship. They then switch to talking about how Randy Orton was supposed to be on the tour to Mexico, but he never made it. Now Orton is not there. Orton was supposed to team with Dean Ambrose to face Luke Harper and Braun Strowman at Hell in a Cell. Ambrose is seen talking backstage with Finlay, Dean Malenko, and a referee. He’ll address the situation, next.

-Commercial Break-

Renee Young is backstage with Dean Ambrose. She mentions that Randy Orton will not be on RAW tonight and the rumor is the Wyatt’s may have something to do with that. She asks if he knows anything about Orton. Ambrose says people have been talking about the rumors of the Wyatt’s injuring Orton, but they’re not rumors. They’ve gotten to Orton before, and they did it again. Ambrose says he’s sick of this crap and won’t wait until Sunday. It may be career suicide, but he’s got a fight to pick with Luke Harper and Braun Strowman. No one will get in his way tonight!

Nikki Bella and Alicia Fox w/ Brie Bella vs. Naomi and Sasha Banks w/ Tamina

Sasha Banks will start against Alicia Fox. They circle the ring, and Alicia shoves her. They lock up, and Sasha powers her into the ropes before giving a break. They lock up again, and Alicia applies a side headlock. Sasha whips her off, but Alicia takes her down with a shoulder block. Alicia hits the ropes, but Sasha takes her down with a dropkick. Sasha applies an arm bar, but Alicia fights up. Naomi tags in, and she leapfrogs Sasha to cannonball Alicia for a two count.

-Commercial Break-

We come back from the break to see Alicia hit Naomi with a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker for a two count. Nikki tags in, and they hit a double-team suplex. Nikki picks up a two count for that. During the commercial, Nikki hit Naomi with a big Alabama Slam. Nikki applies a chin lock, but Naomi fights up. Nikki knees her in the midsection before sending her into the ropes, but she lowers her head and eats a kick. Naomi kicks away at her, but Nikki kicks her in the knee and hits a running dropkick. Nikki taunts the crowd before choking Naomi on the ropes. Alicia gets a cheap shot in before Nikki tags her in. Alicia hits a weak looking snapmare before applying a surfboard stretch. Alicia sends her to the corner, but Naomi kicks her in the head. Nikki is tagged in, and she goes to knock Sasha off the apron, but she avoids it. Nikki takes Naomi down, but Naomi quickly comes back with a jawbreaker.

Sasha is tagged in, and they botch a clothesline before getting a clean one. Sasha dropkicks her before hitting a double running knee. Sasha repeats it before throwing Alicia out of the ring. Nikki quickly comes back with a vicious forearm. Naomi tags in, and she hits a cross-body block, but Nikki rolls through for a two count. Naomi rolls her up and knocks Alicia off the apron for a two count. Brie distracts Naomi, and Nikki hits a spinebuster. Nikki knocks Sasha off the apron before going for a Rack Attack, but Naomi wiggles out. Nikki sends her face first into the turnbuckle before hitting the Rack Attack for the win.

Winners by Pinfall: Nikki Bella and Alicia Fox
Match Rating: * 1/4

A replay is shown from last Monday when the Demon Kane took on Seth Rollins in a Lumberjack Match. Due to Corporate Kane’s actions last week, he has been suspended for tonight’s RAW.

Triple H is seen talking with Shawn Michaels. Shawn Michaels will appear before the crowd, next.

-Commercial Break-

Shawn Michaels’ music hits, and the Heartbreak Kid makes his way to the ring to a huge reception. An “HBK” chant breaks out. Michaels says as if making that run isn’t hard enough, he has pizza stuck in his throat. Hell in a Cell is clearly upon them. Michaels says he’s appeared in a cage and also been in a cell, but that was when he was younger. Both pale in comparison to being inside Hell in a Cell. Now some of the people may not know this, but many years ago he was in the first ever Hell in a Cell. Due to the fact that he’s been hit in the head a lot, he can’t remember who it was against. Oh yeah, it was The Undertaker. Amazingly eighteen years later, Undertaker will step back inside Hell in a Cell against Brock Lesnar, which he believes will be for the last time ever. As if that’s not enough, there will be another Hell in a Cell that night. After weeks of ridicule, Roman Reigns will have the opportunity to get his redemption inside Hell in a Cell. This Sunday, those two matches will tear the house down.

Seth Rollins’ music hits, and the WWE World Heavyweight Champion makes his way to the ring. Rollins gets in the ring and goes face-to-face with Michaels. Rollins smirks at him as the crowd buzzes for this moment. Rollins asks what Michaels is doing out here. Michaels knows what he was supposed to do when he came out here. Michaels was supposed to introduce the man, the WWE World Heavyweight Champion. Michaels was supposed to start the second hour of RAW by introducing him. Michaels says for twenty plus years, he has been given instructions back there, but as soon as he gets out here, it’s gone. Michaels wanted to have fun with the crowd. To be perfectly honest, they were having a great time before Rollins ruined the fun. Rollins says the orders didn’t come from him; they came from his best friend, Triple H. If Michaels doesn’t want to do what Triple H says, that’s fine. Michaels talking about Lesnar, Undertaker, Wyatt, and Reigns is silly. Michaels needs to talk about the man that will stop the show this Sunday. He should talk about the champion that’s taken on all comers and destroyed them all. This man is Shawn Michaels version two, but he’s better than the original. If Michaels wants to talk about Hell in a Cell, that’s fine, but he needs to talk about Seth Rollins.

Michaels says if he had a nickel for every guy that’s the next him, he’d be a billionaire. The thing that never seems to escape him is they aspire to be the next Shawn Michaels. Rollins is happy being version two. The difference between them is that it never occurred to him in his career to be the second coming of anybody. Michaels says he too busy becoming the greatest wrestler that ever lived. Michaels then mentions the seven-foot demon that’s about to get him. Rollins says he’s been a fan of Michaels his whole life, but Michaels is a little jealous. Rollins had a moment at WrestleMania that eclipses every moment in Michaels’ career. Rollins isn’t worried about Kane because he’ll be like everyone else that’s tried to take the title from him – down on the mat. Rollins says he’s done with Michaels before telling the technicians to hit his music. The music doesn’t come on. Michaels says the downside to being the second coming of something, they don’t just hit your music. Michaels then informs Rollins that he’ll face Ryback, next. Michaels then has them hit his music, and he dances off.

-Commercial Break-

Seth Rollins vs. Ryback

The bell rings, and Ryback immediately powers Rollins into the corner. Ryback tries it again, but Rollins counters into a roll-up attempt. Ryback slams him off the mat a few times before Rollins stuns him with a jawbreaker. Ryback goes for a suplex, but Rollins lands on his feet and chops the chest. Rollins does it again before kicking him. Rollins hits the ropes, but Ryback chops him down. Ryback then sends him to the corner and turns him inside out before chopping him down again. Ryback then hits a delayed vertical suplex. Rollins rolls out of the ring to recover. Ryback follows him and slams him off the apron. Ryback lifts him up, but Rollins gets out and shoves him into the apron before sending him into the steps ribs first. Rollins looks for a count-out. Ryback gets to his feet, so Rollins takes him out with a suicide dive that sends Ryback into the commentary table. Rollins rolls him into the ring and kicks him in the ribs. Rollins applies a body scissor, but Ryback fights up. Rollins kicks him away and leaps over him before running into a back body drop. Ryback scoops him up and hits a nasty looking powerslam. The crowd is completely dead for this match. Ryback goes for Shell Shocked, but Rollins gets out and hits an enzuigiri. Rollins hits the ropes, and Ryback takes him down with a spinebuster. Ryback goes for a Meat Hook, but Rollins rolls to the apron. Rollins rakes the eyes and hits a Pedigree for the win. That’s the first RAW match Rollins has won in quite some time.

Winner by Pinfall: Seth Rollins
Match Rating: *

The commentators talk about how The Wyatt Family has injured Randy Orton over the week. Dean Ambrose challenged them and will face Braun Strowman and Luke Harper in a handicap match later tonight.

-Commercial Break-

The Dallas Cowboys are seen at ringside enjoying the show.

Replays are shown of The Undertaker threatening Brock Lesnar at the start of the show. Brock Lesnar then came out to play mind games with him.

Replays are shown of Summer Rae breaking up with Rusev last week after news came out that he’s engaged to Lana. On Smackdown, Summer Rae was the guest referee for Rusev vs. Dolph Ziggler. Ziggler won and turned Summer down.

Dolph Ziggler, Cesaro, and Neville make their way to the ring. They’ll face Rusev, King Barrett, and Sheamus, next.

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Dolph Ziggler, Cesaro, and Neville vs. King Barrett, Rusev, and Sheamus

Rusev will start the match against Neville. They lock up, and Rusev powers him to the corner. Rusev misses a punch, and Neville wrenches the arm. Rusev whips him off, but he misses a clothesline. Neville kicks away at him before wrenching the arm. Rusev shoves him to the corner and avalanches him. Rusev sends him to the opposite corner, but Neville slingshots over him and does two quick flips before attempting a springboard cross-body, but Rusev catches him. Neville slides off and hits a head-scissor takeover. Neville hits a running dropkick before wrenching the arm. Cesaro is tagged in, and he body slams Rusev down. Cesaro applies an arm bar before tagging Neville back in. Cesaro hits a running uppercut, and Neville follows up with a running forearm for a two count. Rusev quickly tags in Sheamus, who beats Neville down in the corner. Sheamus argues with the referee before Neville punches back. Sheamus quickly comes back with a clothesline before tagging in King Barrett. Barrett punches away at Neville before hitting a snap suplex for a one count. Rusev tags in, and he punches Neville in the midsection. Rusev whips him down by the hair as a “USA” chant breaks out. Rusev sends him to the corner, but Neville gives him a back elbow. Rusev quickly shoves him back to the corner and stomps him down. Rusev sends him to the corner, but Neville boots him in the head. Sheamus distracts Neville, and Rusev knocks him off the apron into the commentary table! Sheamus then clotheslines Neville at ringside.

-Commercial Break-

We come back from the break to see Rusev stretching Neville out. Barrett is tagged in, and he stomps Neville for a two count. Barrett applies a chin lock, but Neville fights up. Barrett shoves him into the ropes, but Neville holds on. Barrett charges, but Neville pulls the top rope down. Sheamus knocks Ziggler and Cesaro off the apron after making the tag. Neville then avoids Sheamus and tags in Cesaro. Cesaro clotheslines Sheamus before knocking Rusev off the apron. Cesaro catches Sheamus with the uppercut train before hitting a nice dropkick. The crowd gives Cesaro a round of applause. Sheamus revers a whip, but Cesaro twists to the apron before booting him in the face. Cesaro comes off the top rope with a cross-body block for a two count. Cesaro looks at the crowd before going for the Cesaro Swing. Sheamus quickly grabs the ropes. Cesaro knocks Barrett off the apron before Sheamus hits a powerslam.

Ziggler and Barrett are tagged in. Ziggler hits a pair of running clotheslines followed by an avalanche and a neckbreaker. Ziggler drops an elbow for a two count. Rusev attacks Ziggler, but Ziggler knocks him out of the ring. Barrett avoids a famouser and rolls him up for a two count. Ziggler quickly comes back with a famouser for a near fall. Barrett blocks a superkick and goes for the Winds of Change, but Ziggler counters into a crucifix for a two count. Ziggler superkicks him, but Sheamus breaks up the pin. Cesaro knocks Sheamus out of the ring. Rusev knocks Cesaro out of the ring. Neville superkicks Rusev out of the ring. Neville then takes Rusev and Cesaro (his own partner) out with a springboard summersault senton! Ziggler rolls Barrett up, but he kicks out. Sheamus gives Ziggler a Brogue Kick from ringside. Barrett then pins Ziggler for the win.

Winners by Pinfall: King Barrett, Rusev, and Sheamus
Match Rating: * 3/4

Ric Flair and Shawn Michaels are talking backstage. Ric Flair will be out, next.

-Commercial Break-

Dolph Ziggler and Summer Rae will be guests on Miz TV this Thursday on Smackdown.

Ric Flair’s music hits, and he’s already in the ring. Flair smiles in the ring as the crowd gives him a big “WOO.” Flair says, “Dallas, Texas… WOO!” Flair says there’s a lot of history in this town. The Von Erich’s, Flair, and The Freebirds. The most exciting thing that’s about to happen is WrestleMania in the “Big D.” The WWE Universe will take over this town. Speaking of excitement, he just found out that Dean Ambrose is tagging up with his main man Roman Reigns.

Roman Reigns’ music hits, and he makes his way to the ring. The lights flash and when they come back on, The Wyatt Family is already at ringside. Erick Rowan is back with them. Luke Harper is not there. Reigns thanks Flair before turning to The Wyatt Family. Reigns says he’ll get two chairs. One is for him and one is for Wyatt. Reigns sets them up in the ring and sits in one. Reigns says if Wyatt doesn’t start anything, this wont’ be nothing. Reigns says he’s calling Wyatt out, and he better answer the call. Wyatt gets in the ring and sits in front of him. Reigns says he just wants to talk. Wyatt is a bully and likes to pick on people. The crowd is giving Reigns the “WHAT” treatment. Wyatt digs power by fear. Wyatt surrounds himself by the mountains because he’s scared to be alone. Reigns says he can see it in his eyes that he’s scared. Wyatt will make a signal to his family so they can kick his ass. They should talk about Hell in a Cell and how they’ll end this on Sunday. Wyatt’s family can’t get in, and Bray can’t get out. Wyatt should be afraid of Reigns. Reigns shoves him a few times before punching him. Reigns hits Rowan and Wyatt with chairs before Ambrose runs out to help. The Wyatt Family recovers at ringside.

The Authority is watching that backstage with Seth Rollins. Shawn Michaels walks in. Triple H says Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns probably need a partner versus The Wyatt Family. Michaels says Rollins should be in the match, but Triple H denies that. Michaels goads Rollins into accepting the spot as Reigns’ and Ambrose’s partner.

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Brie Bella w/ Nikki Bella and Alicia Fox vs. Charlotte w/ Becky Lynch

The bell rings, and they lock up. Charlotte face plants Brie before hitting a rolling head-scissor. Charlotte kips up and lets out a “WOO.” Paige is seen watching backstage. Charlotte big boots Brie down for a near fall. Charlotte throws Brie out of the ring and challenges Nikki Bella to get in the ring. Nikki refuses. Brie kicks Charlotte back before going to the second rope. Charlotte punches her and goes for the 10 punches. Nikki grabs the Divas Championship and distracts her. Brie then gives Charlotte snake eyes. Brie stomps Charlotte before hitting a running knee to the face for a two count. Brie applies a chin lock before Charlotte fights up. Brie takes her down and chokes her on the ropes. Charlotte elbows her in the face, but Brie comes back with a bulldog for a two count. Brie kicks away at the chest before Charlotte blocks it. Charlotte spins her around and clotheslines her a few times. Charlotte chops her down before hitting a shoulder block. The crowd is just not into this match whatsoever. Charlotte hits a neckbreaker followed by a spear. Charlotte then applies the Figure Eight for the win.

Winner by Submission: Charlotte
Match Rating: 1/2 *

Paige is seen nodding in approval backstage. Nikki Bella is seen watching angrily from ringside.

Renee Young comes up to Paige and asks what she’s doing with Team PCB. Paige says it’s been tough for their fans, but they turned the corner last week. Renee asks if she attacked Natalya on Smackdown and really cornered her. Paige says it’s a long way to the top and is trying to put the ugliness behind her. Renee says Paige isn’t answering the question. Paige says it could be anyone. They go back and forth before Paige says Renee isn’t Erin Andrews.

Tonight’s main event will see Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose, and Seth Rollins taking on The Wyatt Family.

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Mark Henry vs. Kevin Owens

Mark Henry holds up the longhorns sign. Owens taunts him, so Henry head-butts him down. Henry then throws him over the top rope. Henry knees him in the midsection before throwing him into the ring. Owens quickly attacks him as he gets in the ring and punches away at him. Owens taunts the crowd before clubbing Henry. Henry viciously head-butts him before hitting a body slam. Owens avoid a big splash and hits a senton splash for a near fall. Owens clubs him in the head and stomps him. Henry head-butts him again and clubs him. Henry chokes him in the corner before saying he’s been a bully for 19 years. Henry sends him to the opposite corner, and Owens goes down hard. Henry sends him to the corner again and gets the crowd going. Henry avalanches him in the corner before running into a superkick. Henry stumbles around before Owens catches him with a Pop-up Powerbomb for the win!!

Winner by Pinfall: Kevin Owens
Match Rating: * 1/4

Owens stands over Henry with the WWE Intercontinental Championship and talks trash. Ryback’s music hits, and he comes down to the ring to no reaction. Owens quickly bails out of the ring to avoid him. Henry grabs Owens and throws him into the ring. Ryback then viciously powerbombs Owens down. Owens is bleeding from the bridge of his nose.

The commentators do the hard sell for the WWE Network. Seth Rollins is seen walking backstage. Renee Young asks how he feels about the one night only reunion with The Shield. Rollins says this isn’t about The Shield. This is about him proving to Shawn Michaels and Triple H that he is the man. If Reigns and Ambrose want to rehash the past, he’ll just destroy them again.

-Commercial Break-

A tremendous video airs that hypes up the Hell in a Cell match between Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker. It happens this Sunday. Before that, Brock Lesnar will be the guest on The Stone Cold Podcast immediately following RAW.

Seth Rollins will reunite with Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose to take on The Wyatt Family, next.

-Commercial Break-

John Cena will have an open challenge for the WWE United States Championship this Sunday at WWE Hell in a Cell. The Kickoff Show will see Dolph Ziggler, Cesaro, and Neville take on Sheamus, Rusev, and King Barrett in a rematch from tonight’s RAW.

Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose, and Seth Rollins vs. The Wyatt Family

The Wyatt Family consists of Bray Wyatt, Braun Strowman, and the returning Erick Rowan. Michael Cole speculates that Luke Harper is out because Randy Orton took him out before he himself was taken out. The crowd chants, “This is awesome” before The Wyatts even get in the ring. The Wyatt Family goes face-to-face with Reigns and Ambrose, but Rollins stays back. Rollins finally steps up to a big pop. Rollins then directs traffic and says he’ll start because he’s the champion of the world.

Rollins will start against Erick Rowan. Rollins sees him and changes his mind. Rollins then cowardly tags Roman Reigns in. Reigns gets in the ring, and they lock up. Rowan applies a side headlock. Reigns whips him off, but Rowan takes him down with a shoulder block. Reigns comes back with an uppercut before wrenching the arm. Dean Ambrose tags in, and he catches Rowan with a running dropkick. Ambrose jabs and chops Rowan before Rowan cuts him off with a head-butt. Bray Wyatt is tagged in, and he punches Ambrose down. Ambrose takes Wyatt down and punches away at him. Rollins tags in, and he punches away at Wyatt. Rollins stomps Wyatt in the corner before hitting a running forearm. Rollins tries again, but he eats a boot. Wyatt hits a modified gut-buster, and Rollins rolls out of the ring to recover.

-Commercial Break-

We come back from the break to see Rowan digging his fists into Reigns’ temples. Reigns fights out and connects with a back suplex. Braun Strowman and Ambrose are tagged in. Ambrose punches away at him before hitting the ropes. Strowman throws Ambrose over the top rope, but he hangs on. Ambrose snaps him off the top rope and hits a missile dropkick that stumbles him to the corner. Ambrose goes for a running forearm, but Strowman avalanches him. Wyatt is tagged in, and he stomps away at him. Wyatt boots him in the head for a two count. Rowan tags in, and he stomps Ambrose before dropping a knee for a one count. Rowan rips at his face before hitting a shoulder block for a two count. Rowan stands on Ambrose’s head as Wyatt taunts him. Ambrose tries to fight back, but Rowan catches him with a sidewalk slam. Strowman is tagged in, and he stomps Ambrose. Strowman lifts him off his feet with a right hand to the midsection. Wyatt is tagged in, and he uppercuts Ambrose before hitting a snap suplex. Wyatt quickly follows up with a senton splash for a two count. Wyatt applies a chin lock, but Ambrose fights up. Wyatt quickly floors him and keeps it held on. Ambrose fights up and elbows out before running into a Sister Abigail attempt. Ambrose fights out and avoids an avalanche. Strowman pulls Reigns off the apron and throws him into the barricade. Wyatt runs into Ambrose’s boots before being taken out by a missile dropkick. Rollins wants the tag and is jumping up and down. Rollins then pretends like he tweaked his ankle and gets off the apron. Rowan attacks Ambrose from behind and goes for a Pumphandle Slam, but Ambrose slides off and hits a rebound clothesline.

Reigns is tagged in, and he knocks Strowman off the apron before booting Rowan. Reigns takes him down with a leaping clothesline before clubbing him in the corner. Reigns ducks a clothesline from Strowman and hits Rowan with a Drive By Dropkick. Reigns knocks Strowman into the commentary table before giving Rowan a Samoan Drop. Reigns takes Rowan out with a Superman Punch, but Strowman breaks up the pin. Ambrose attacks Strowman, but he’s quickly thrown out of the ring. Strowman applies the head and arm choke to Reigns, so Ambrose grabs a kendo stick and swings away at him.

Winners by Disqualification: The Wyatt Family
Match Rating: **

Strowman grabs the kendo stick and breaks it over his knee. Strowman charges him, but Ambrose pulls the top rope down to get him out of the ring. Ambrose goes for a suicide dive, but Strowman catches him and gives him a spinebuster on the floor! The Wyatt Family triple-teams Ambrose until Reigns takes them out with a huge leaping plancha! Reigns throws Wyatt into the ring and spears him. Rowan is there out of nowhere. It seems like he missed his cue to cut that off. Reigns then spears Rowan down for good measure as Strowman pulls Wyatt out of the ring. Reigns and Ambrose stand tall in the ring.

“Stone Cold” Steve Austin is seen shaking hands with Brock Lesnar. Their long awaited podcast is next.

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Quick Match Results

The New Day def. John Cena and The Dudley Boyz
Nikki Bella and Alicia Fox def. Naomi and Sasha Banks
Seth Rollins def. Ryback (non-title)
King Barrett, Rusev, and Sheamus def. Dolph Ziggler, Cesaro, and Neville
Charlotte def. Brie Bella via Submission (non-title)
Kevin Owens def. Mark Henry (non-title)
The Wyatt Family def. Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose, and Seth Rollins via DQ

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