WWE RAW Results – 11/2/15 (Team Reigns vs. Team Rollins)

WWE Monday Night RAW Results
November 2, 2015
Denver, Colorado
Report by: Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com

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

Roman Reigns’ music hits, and he makes his way to the ring to a nice reception from the crowd. Replays are shown of last week’s Fatal Four Way Match, which was won by Reigns. Reigns is now the #1 Contender for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Reigns says he’s proud to be in Denver, Colorado. He’s also proud to stand here as the Number One Contender and the next WWE World Heavyweight Champion. He wants to talk about the current champion, Seth Rollins. Rollins is very good in the ring, but he’s also good at a couple of other things like brown nosing and kissing The Authority’s ass. Reigns doesn’t like people who pucker up or lie to his face. Reigns doesn’t like weasels, so he doesn’t like Rollins. Rollins has been lucky enough to stay champion since WrestleMania, but his luck is running out. There is not a force on earth that can stop him from beating Rollins and becoming the next WWE World Heavyweight Champion. You can believe that!

Seth Rollins’ music hits, and he makes his way out to the stage laughing as the crowd boos him. Rollins asks if Reigns really wants him to believe that he’ll do something no one else has and take his WWE World Heavyweight Championship from him. Rollins laughs and says he doesn’t believe it for one second. Rollins wants to address something else. Rollins asks if Reigns really paid him a compliment. Reigns nods, so Rollins says he’ll return the favor. Reigns is very good as well. Rollins wouldn’t have recruited him for The Shield if he didn’t think Reigns was good. Look at everything Reigns has accomplished. At this year’s WrestleMania, Reigns stood toe-to-toe with the Beast Incarnate, Brock Lesnar. Reigns took everything he had to dish out and threw it back in his face. Reigns is good, but how did that night turn out for him? Rollins laughs and says he won that match. He cashed in his Money in the Bank contract, pinned Reigns, and became the WWE World Heavyweight Champion. Overnight, he rewrote history. Rollins did something no one else had ever done in WWE history. When it’s all said and done, when it comes to the two of them, Reigns is good, but he’ll always be second best. These people will only remember Reigns as the guy that used to carry his bags.

Reigns tells Rollins to come down and see who the real man is. Rollins stares at him before saying he’s not afraid of him. Rollins begins to make his way down to the ring, but The Authority’s music hits. Triple H and Stephanie McMahon make their way to the stage. Stephanie says if they’re going to do this, then they need to make it official. How many people want to see Roman Reigns face Seth Rollins? The crowd cheers in the affirmative. She then asks if they want to see the match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, and they cheer louder. Stephanie says they’re going to get it, just not tonight. The crowd boos as she laughs. Triple H says he knew they’d fall for it. Triple H says they’re at altitude, but how high are the people? Stephanie asks if they really thought they were going to give away a match of that caliber here in Denver. Roman Reigns taking on the representative of The Authority and WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins in two weeks at the 29th anniversary of Survivor Series. Triple H says since Reigns seems to be itching for a fight, they should have a traditional 5-on-5 Survivor Series Elimination Match right here tonight where the team chosen and captained by the WWE World Heavyweight Champion and the man Seth Rollins will face the team chosen and captained by Roman Reigns. Triple H warns Reigns to choose wisely because his survival might just depend on it.

Becky Lynch will take on Sasha Banks, Paige, and Brie Bella in a Fatal Four Way Match to determine the #1 Contender for the WWE Divas Championship at Survivor Series, which is now in three weeks. We’ll also hear from Bray Wyatt. Dolph Ziggler and Kevin Owens are shown on split screen walking. They’ll be in action, next.

-Commercial Break-

A tweet is shown from Triple H. He is sending over a replica of the WWE World Heavyweight Championship to the World Series Champions, the Kansas City Royals.

Dolph Ziggler vs. Kevin Owens

A pre-taped promo is shown with Kevin Owens. Owens says he doesn’t have to say he’s the greatest Intercontinental Champion of all time because he goes out and proves it every night. If you don’t like that, it means you don’t like him. That’s ok because he doesn’t like you either.

They bell rings, and Owens kicks Ziggler in the injured leg. Owens takes him down and continues to kick him in the knee. Owens stretches it out and talks a little trash. Ziggler punches back at him, but Owens quickly kicks him in the leg to take him back down. Owens powers him to the corner and kicks him in the knee again. Owens taunts the crowd and takes him down with a straight right hand. Owens continues to talk trash. Ziggler punches back at him, but he has a whip reversed on him. Ziggler’s leg collapses under him, and he rolls to the apron. Owens pulls him back in, but Ziggler kicks him away. Ziggler goes for an avalanche in the corner, but Owens sidesteps him. Owens goes for a senton splash, but Ziggler rolls out of the way. Ziggler gives Owens a big spike DDT that sends him out of the ring. Tyler Breeze’s music hits, and he makes his way to the ring with Summer Rae by his side.

-Commercial Break-

We come back from the break to see Ziggler trapped in a chin lock. Breeze is seated in his VIP area with Summer. During the commercial, Owens hit a fall-away slam on Ziggler into the barricade. Owens hits a senton splash on the leg for a near fall. Owens talks some trash before reapplying a chin lock. Ziggler eventually fights up and hits a jawbreaker. Owens runs into a back elbow before Ziggler sidesteps him and hits a leaping clothesline. Ziggler hits an avalanche before connecting with a neckbreaker. Ziggler is doing a good job of selling the knee. Ziggler drops a big elbow for a two count. Owens avoids a famouser and goes for a German Suplex, but Ziggler rolls him up for a two count. Ziggler rolls him up again for a two count. Owens then turns him inside out with a German Suplex. Owens goes for a cannonball, but Ziggler superkicks him for a near fall.

Tyler Breeze gets up from the VIP Area and starts taking selfies with Ziggler and Owens in the background. Ziggler goes to grab Breeze, but Breeze avoids him. Owens then catches Ziggler with a Pop-up Powerbomb for the win.

Winner by Pinfall: Kevin Owens
Match Rating: * 3/4

Tyler Breeze gets in the ring and kneels next to Ziggler to take a selfie with him. Breeze’s phone is mirrored on the titantron. Ziggler punches Breeze and hits the ropes, but Breeze takes him out with the Beauty Shot. Breeze and Summer Rae walk off.

Footage is shown from the first Survivor Series in 1987. It doesn’t show what was the actual main event, which involved Hulk Hogan.

Tonight’s main event will be a 5-on-5 Traditional Survivor Series Match. A team captained by Roman Reigns will take on a team captained by Seth Rollins.

-Commercial Break-

Kevin Owens is walking backstage when he’s stopped by Seth Rollins. Rollins says that was a big victory. Owens thanks him before asking him where this is going. Rollins says WrestleMania is right around the corner, and he can’t think of a bigger match than Champion vs. Champion. Seth Rollins versus Kevin Owens could be the biggest WrestleMania match in history. Owens says he likes the sound of that. Rollins asks if he likes the sound of him being on Team Rollins tonight. Owens says he likes the sound of the WrestleMania match, so he’s in, but Rollins owes him one. Owens walks off.

Replays are shown of Team Bella being Team PCB last week. Paige then attacked Charlotte and Becky Lynch after the match. Tonight, we’ll see Becky Lynch take on Sasha Banks, Paige, and Brie Bella in a Fatal Four Way to determine the #1 Contender for the WWE Divas Championship.

Renee Young is backstage with the “B” in PCB. Becky Lynch wonders what Renee just really called her. In her opinion, there is only one “B” in that team. Becky says last week was an eye opener, and she can’t wait to beat Paige. Brie Bella says she doesn’t need to worry about facing Charlotte because she’s going to win the whole thing. Becky says Brie a pathetic doormat for her sister. Becky then high fives Renee and walks off.

Cesaro makes his way to the ring. He’ll be in action, next.

-Commercial Break-

Cesaro vs. The Miz

They lock up, and Miz wrenches the arm. Cesaro rolls through and kips up a few times before flipping Miz over. The crowd gives Cesaro a nice hand before he wrenches Miz’ arm. Miz punches him in the face before applying a side headlock. Cesaro whips him off and counters a leapfrog into a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker. Cesaro then starts the uppercut express, but Miz bails out of the ring after two of them. Miz then pulls him headfirst into the ring post. Miz drops him ribs-first on the barricade before putting him in the ring. Miz hits a running boot to the face for a two count. Miz then goes to a chin lock. Stardust is seen watching in the crowd with The Ascension. Stardust is holding a sign that says, “Stardust Section.” Cesaro fights up and elbows him, but Miz sends him hard into the corner. Miz follows up with his patented clothesline before connecting with a double axe handle. The crowd boos him as he taunts them. Miz sets up for the Skull Crushing Finale, but Cesaro powers out. Cesaro then takes him down and does the Cesaro Swing with over twenty revolutions! Cesaro then applies the Sharpshooter for the submission victory.

Winner by Submission: Cesaro
Match Rating: * 1/4

Cesaro stares at Stardust and The Ascension before smirking. Stardust gives him a golf clap.

Coming up next, we’ll hear from Bray Wyatt.

-Commercial Break-

Still photos are shown of The Wyatt Family taking out The Undertaker at Hell in a Cell. The next night on RAW, they took out Kane.

Bray Wyatt talks about taking out the Brothers of Destruction

The Wyatt Family makes their way to the ring. The fireflies are out en masse tonight. Bray Wyatt grabs a microphone and says every night is a special night, but tonight he wants to give everyone in the building and watching at home something special. They have all witnessed him and his brothers carrying out the rotting carcass of The Undertaker. The crowd boos that. They also witnessed him and his brothers carrying out the scorched body of Kane. That’s the thing. It was never the bodies they wanted. Bodies are temporary, disposable, and after a while is completely useless. A soul lives forever, unless that soul is consumed by a higher power. Wyatt chuckles into the microphone. Wyatt says he’s become that higher power. Wyatt wanted to give them something they’d never be able to forget. Wyatt wants to enlighten everyone to the fact that he and his family have successfully harvested the souls of Undertaker and Demon Kane. That power is now surging through his veins. The power has become him and it feels really good. The power has become unconceivable, and it all belongs to him. Wyatt says he summons the thunder. Thunder flashes in the arena. Wyatt says he summons the lightening. Lightening bolts hit the ring posts and they explode with sparks and fire. Wyatt says he is the Eater of Worlds! Thunderclaps continue to rumble in the arena. Wyatt says it is well within his power to summon the forces of evil. It is in his power to scorch the earth and burn the world straight to hell. Wyatt kneels down like The Undertaker and raises his arm up. Lightening bolts hit the stage and pyrotechnics go off.

A video highlights the Brothers of Destruction and all the havoc they’ve caused through the years. The video then spins off the screen. Wyatt is seen smiling because shouting, “Follow the buzzards!”

-Commercial Break-

Lucha Dragons vs. King Barrett and Sheamus

Sheamus will start the match against Kalisto. Sheamus playfully shoves him before shoving him down to the mat. They lock up, and Sheamus shoves him down again. Kalisto kicks back at him before Sheamus sends him into the ropes. Kalisto slides through the legs, gets out of a powerslam, kicks him in the midsection, dropkicks him in the knee, and dropkicks him in the head for a one count. Sheamus immediately gets up and takes him down. Barrett is tagged in, and he kicks Kalisto in the midsection. Barrett bounces him off the turnbuckle before kicking away at him. Barrett suplexes him for a one count. Kalisto flips through a back suplex and takes Barrett down. Sin Cara is tagged in, and he hits a slingshot senton. Kalisto is tagged in, and Sin Cara monkey flips him onto Barrett for a two count. Barrett quickly punches Kalisto down before clubbing the back. Barrett whips him to the corner, but he runs into a boot. Barrett quickly takes him down and pulls him out of the ring. Barrett then sends him into the barricade.

-Commercial Break-

We come back from the break to see Kalisto trapped in an abdominal stretch applied by Barrett. Kalisto fights out and rolls him up for a two count. Barrett quickly follows up with a big clothesline. Barrett stomps him and tags Sheamus in. Sheamus punches him in the midsection before giving him a few uppercuts. Sheamus puts Kalisto on the top rope, but Kalisto kicks him away and flips over him.

Sin Cara is tagged in, and he kicks Sheamus in the face before hitting a springboard cross-body block. Cara knocks Barrett off the apron before hitting Sheamus with a head-scissor takeover. Sheamus reverses a whip, but he lowers his head and eats a kick. Cara then connects with a springboard moonsault. Cara switches his focus to Barrett and takes him out with a suicide dive. Cara springboards into a White Noise attempt, but he gets out. Cara sidesteps Sheamus, and he hits the ring post shoulder first. Cara goes to the top rope, but Barrett distracts him. Sheamus kicks the rope to knock Cara off into his knees. Kalisto breaks up the pin. The referee admonishes Kalisto while Barrett sends Cara into the ring post. Barrett is tagged in, and he drives Cara into the barricade before putting him in the ring for a one count. Barrett then applies a chin lock. Cara fights out, but Barrett kicks him in the ribs for a near fall. Sheamus is tagged in, and he gives Cara a modified suplex. Sheamus taunts the crowd and kicks away at Cara. Cara fights back, but Sheamus floors him with an Irish Curse Backbreaker for a near fall. Sheamus yells at the referee over his count. Sheamus ties Cara up in the ropes and starts the 10 Beats of the Bodhrán, but stops when the crowd starts counting. Barrett is tagged in, and he knees away at Sheamus before big booting him to the floor. Barrett tries to start a mocking “Euros” chant. Barrett pulls Cara into the ring for a near fall. Sheamus is tagged in, and he taunts the crowd before going for a suplex, but Cara counters into a DDT.

Kalisto and Barrett are tagged in. Kalisto hits a springboard seated senton before kicking him in the legs a few times. Kalisto then hits a springboard spinning shoulder block. Kalisto rolls him up and kicks him in the head before hitting a head-scissor, but Sheamus breaks up the pin. Cara takes Sheamus out with a cross-body over the top rope. Barrett goes for a Royal Bull Hammer, but Kalisto counters into Salida del Sol for the win.

Winners by Pinfall: Lucha Dragons
Match Rating: **

Zeb Colter is sitting in his scooter when Jack Swagger walks in. Colter says it’s been a long time. Swagger asks if he’s ok before asking about the new nation. Colter says Mex-America is about reconciliation and uniting, not dividing. He’d even ask Canadians if they weren’t so simple minded. Mexico has great people and resources, like America. Swagger says he doesn’t believe for one second that Alberto Del Rio are a team. Del Rio walks in and warns him to stay away from Colter and their business. If Swagger wants a problem, he came to the right place. Swagger says he wants to know what’s going on. Colter says they’re trying to unify two great countries. Del Rio says, “Viva Mex-America.” They leave the room.

-Commercial Break-

R-Truth vs. Alberto Del Rio w/ Zeb Colter

They bell rings, and Del Rio quickly charges him, but R-Truth sidesteps him. Del Rio quickly gets out of the ring to regroup. Del Rio gets in the ring and gets R-Truth in the corner before viciously kicking him in the ribs. Del Rio punches away at him before backing up. R-Truth grabs him and punches away at him before putting him on the top rope. Del Rio grabs the arm and applies a Cross Arm Breaker while hanging over the top rope. Del Rio lets go before he’s disqualified. Del Rio gets in the ring, and R-Truth hits a jumping heel kick. R-Truth clotheslines him down before kicking him in the midsection. R-Truth connects with the Scissor Kick for a near fall. Del Rio sidesteps an avalanche and connects with a running enzuigiri. Del Rio then gives him a modified back suplex before applying a chin lock. R-Truth fights up and punches out before hitting a back suplex. R-Truth takes a moment before covering for a two count. Del Rio gets out of a suplex and goes for a German Suplex, but R-Truth fights it. Del Rio gets him hung up in the tree of woe and kicks away at the ribs. Del Rio goes to the top rope and double stomps him to the mat for the win.

Winner by Pinfall: Alberto Del Rio
Match Rating: 1/2 *

The commentators talk about how the WWE Network is now available in India. Highlights are shown from the 2005 Survivor Series.

Tonight, we’ll see Team Reigns take on Team Rollins in a traditional 5-on-5 Survivor Series Elimination Match.

-Commercial Break-

Seth Rollins is walking backstage when The New Day stops him. Xavier Woods is not with them. They volunteer their services for his team. Rollins says they’re in, but they have to play by his rules. Rollins says they’re still missing a member. They need one more guy. They look like they’re going to cry and hold up unicorn horns. A trombone is heard, and Xavier Woods jumps into the frame. Woods will be their fifth guy. Rollins is not impressed with their antics, but he welcomes them to Team Rollins. The New Day then starts a “Team Rollins” chant. Rollins gets into it before walking off.

Sasha Banks is seen preparing backstage. JoJo comes in and asks if she has any anxiety heading into the match. Sasha says she’s so cute, but what’s her real question? JoJo says there must be a lot of pressure on her. Sasha says she always delivers. Of course the crowd wants her. Sasha says Charlotte should keep one eye open because she’s coming for her title. Sasha then tells JoJo that Halloween is over. This is Monday Night RAW, and The Boss is taking over.

Becky Lynch makes her entrance. The Fatal Four Way Match is next.

-Commercial Break-

Fatal Four Way Match – Winner is the #1 Contender for the Divas Championship
Becky Lynch vs. Sasha Banks vs. Brie Bella vs. Paige

Charles Robinson, the greatest referee ever, is the official for this match. Brie Bella quickly shoves Becky Lynch down and covers, but Sasha breaks it up. Sasha shoves Brie, and they get in a shoving match. Becky dropkicks them down and hits Paige with a hip toss before punching away at her. Sasha talks trash to her before being rolled up. Becky comes back with an arm bar, but Sasha fights out. Sasha throws Brie down in the corner and taunts the crowd. Sasha tries to body slam Becky, but she gets out. Becky rolls her up a few times for a two count. Becky blocks a kick and hits a dragon screw for a two count. Becky drops a trio of legs on Sasha for a near fall. Brie then takes Becky and Sasha out with a missile dropkick. Brie hits a running knee on both Sasha and Becky before Paige superkicks her. Becky attacks Paige and spears her out of the ring. Becky then sends Paige into the barricade. Paige comes back by sending her into the steel steps. Paige gets on the apron, and Brie forearms her off. Sasha ties Brie up in the second turnbuckle and hits a double knee for a near fall. Sasha hits a snapmare on Brie before hitting a running slap for another near fall. Sasha knocks Paige off the apron and says this is her house now. Brie then shoves her into the ropes for a two count. Brie puts Sasha in the corner before hitting a running bulldog for a two count. Brie goes for a missile dropkick on Sasha, but Sasha sidesteps her. Paige runs in to pick up the pin, but Sasha breaks it up.

-Commercial Break-

We come back from the break to see Brie kicking away at Sasha before kicking Becky. Brie then starts kicking her in the chest. Paige rolls Brie up for a two count. Brie takes Paige down with a clothesline before kicking away at her a la Daniel Bryan. Brie picks up a one count before Becky breaks it up. Brie hits a Bella Buster for a near fall. Paige throws Becky out of the ring before sending Brie to the corner. Paige hits a running knee before putting her on the top rope. Paige punches away at her, but Brie fights her off. Sasha grabs Brie by the hair, and they fight on the top rope. Paige punches them before climbing up there. Becky gets in, and they do a tower of doom spot. Becky powerbombs Paige and Brie while Sasha took a superplex. A predictable “This is awesome” chant breaks out.

Becky punches away at Brie before clotheslining Paige. She then takes Brie out with a jumping heel kick. Becky takes Paige down with a springboard kick before hitting an exploder suplex. Becky catches Brie with a release suplex before applying the Dis-Arm-Her, but Sasha breaks it up. Becky surprises Sasha with a roll-up for a two count. Becky uppercuts her, but Sasha catches her with a neckbreaker for a two count. Sasha then catches her with the Bank Statement, but Paige breaks it up. Paige throws Sasha shoulder-first into the ring post. Paige then connects with the Ram-Paige on Becky for the win.

Winner by Pinfall: Paige
Match Rating: ** 1/4

Paige is the #1 Contender for Charlotte’s WWE Divas Championship. Byron Saxton says she must be really proud. Paige says Brie, Sasha, and Becky are losers. If anyone cheers them on, then they’re a loser too. Paige says when she faces Charlotte for the WWE Divas Championship, if they cheer Baby Flair, then they’ll be losers then as well. This is her house.

Highlights are shown from the 2014 Survivor Series main event when Sting made his debut, but they for some reason didn’t show that at all. They cut around it like Sting was never even there.

Team Rollins consists of Seth Rollins, Kevin Owens, and The New Day. There is no word on who is on Team Reigns. The match is next.

-Commercial Break-

Renee Young is backstage with Charlotte. Charlotte says she’s not here just because she’s Ric Flair’s daughter. Paige will learn that she wasn’t just given the WWE Divas Championship. She earned it.

The New Day makes their way to the ring. They shush the crowd. Xavier Woods wonders if there is another team more equipped to be on a Survivor Series team. They’re the definition of the word “survivor.” Big E says Xavier Woods survived a vicious attack by the disgusting Dudley Boyz. At Hell in a Cell, they survived Xavier’s absence. Kofi Kingston says it’s a lot deeper. What is The New Day’s favorite band? Survivor. Their favorite reality show is “Survivor.” Their favorite Destiny’s Child song is “Survivor.” Their favorite book and movie is “Lone Survivor.” Tonight, they’ll lead Team Rollins to victory because New Day Rocks.

The main event is next.

-Commercial Break-

Traditional 5-on-5 Survivor Series Elimination Match
Team Rollins (Seth Rollins, Kevin Owens, and The New Day) vs. Team Reigns (Roman Reigns, The Usos, Ryback, and Dean Ambrose)

Xavier Woods will start the match against Jimmy Uso. Woods gets himself pumped up before running into a superkick. The returning Jey Uso is tagged in, and he hits a splash off the top rope to eliminate Xavier Woods.

Xavier Woods has been eliminated from the match.

Team Rollins regroups and talks strategy at ringside. It is a 5-on-4 advantage for Team Reigns.

-Commercial Break-

We come back from the break to see Seth Rollins beat down Jey. Kofi Kingston is tagged in, and he puts Jey in the corner before kicking away at him. Team Rollins then take turns stomping Jey, which is a page out of The New Day’s playbook. Big E finishes it by whipping Kevin Owens into Jey with a cannonball. Owens picks up a two count. Owens applies a chin lock before tagging in Kingston. Kingston punches and kicks Jey down applying a chin lock. Michael Cole briefly mentions Randy Orton’s shoulder injury. Kingston takes Jey down before going to the top rope. Kingston jumps into an uppercut. Jimmy Uso is tagged in, and he clotheslines Kingston before knocking Team Rollins off the apron. Jimmy clotheslines Kingston again before punching him and hitting a Samoan Drop. Jimmy hits a running hip bump to the face before pulling the top rope down to get the interfering Big E out of the ring. The Usos then take The New Day out with stereo dives over the top rope. Jey had a really bad landing. Jimmy puts Kingston in the ring and hits a top rope splash to eliminate him.

Kofi Kingston has been eliminated from the match.

Big E attacks Jimmy from behind. Jey is tagged in. Jimmy has a kick blocked, but Jey superkicks Big E. Big E cuts Jey off on the top rope and pulls him down for a Big Ending to eliminate him from the match.

Jey Uso has been eliminated from the match.

Big E goes for a Big Ending on Jimmy, but Jimmy gets out and superkicks him. Owens blinds tags in. Jimmy goes for a plancha on Big E, but Owens catches him with a Pop-up Powerbomb to eliminate him from the match.

Jimmy Uso has been eliminated from the match.

Roman Reigns gets into the match and punches Owens. Owens reverses a whip, but Reigns hits a leaping clothesline. Reigns kicks away at him before hitting a swinging neckbreaker. Reigns hits a release suplex before clotheslining him in the corner. Reigns big boots Owens down before giving Rollins an uppercut. Ambrose runs in and clotheslines Rollins over the top rope before hitting a suicide dive. Big E clotheslines Ambrose down at ringside before Ryback floors him with a shoulder block. In the ring, Reigns hits Owens with a Samoan Drop. Reigns sets up for a Superman Punch, but Rollins distracts him. Owens superkicks Reigns down as we go to commercial. It’s an even 3-on-3 in the match.

-Commercial Break-

We come back from the break to see Big E floor Reigns with an avalanche for a two count. Rollins is tagged in, and he kicks away at his Survivor Series opponent. Rollins taunts the crowd before talking trash. Reigns comes back with a pair of right hands, but Rollins floors him with a nasty DDT for a near fall. Rollins quickly goes to a rear naked choke. Reigns fights out of it and gets to his feet. Reigns sends him into the ropes, but Rollins quickly comes back with a Sling Blade for a near fall. Owens tags in, and he kicks Reigns in the midsection. Owens hits a short-arm clothesline before following up with a senton splash for a near fall. Owens punches away at him before taunting the crowd and Ambrose. Rollins tags back in, and he hits a double-team suplex on Reigns with Owens. Rollins stands over Reigns before hitting a running forearm. Rollins taunts Reigns and mocks The Shield. Rollins slaps away at Reigns, but that just infuriates him. Reigns punches back at him, but Rollins hits a spin kick to the midsection. Rollins knocks Ambrose off the apron before running into a back body drop over the top rope.

Ryback and Big E are tagged in. Ryback hits a shoulder block before knocking Owens down. Ryback hits another shoulder block on Big E before hitting a diving shoulder tackle. Ryback gives Rollins a spinebuster before clotheslining Big E in the corner. Ryback hits the ropes, and Big E floors him with a clothesline. Big E goes for a big splash, but Ryback comes back with a Meat Hook Clothesline. Ryback covers, but Owens breaks it up with a senton splash! Ambrose takes Owens out with a missile dropkick. Ambrose then goes for a suicide dive, but Owens catches him and throws him toward the ring, but Ambrose rebounds with a clothesline. Rollins quickly grabs Ambrose and sends him into the steel steps. Inside the ring, Big E hits Ryback with a belly-to-belly side suplex for a two count. Big E pulls the straps down and claps rhythmically. Ryback gets out of the Big Ending and hits Shell Shocked to eliminate Big E.

Big E has been eliminated from the match.

Rollins quickly attacks Ryback from behind with a club to the back of the head. Rollins connects with a Pedigree to eliminate Ryback.

Ryback has been eliminated from the match.

Rollins knocks Reigns off the apron. Owens throws Ambrose into the barricade before throwing him into the ring. Rollins goes to Pedigree Ambrose, but Ambrose counters with a back body drop. Reigns pulls himself up to the apron, and Rollins quickly knocks him back off. Ambrose chops and jabs Rollins before hitting a pair of running forearms. Ambrose hits a running forearm in the corner before following up with a bulldog. Ambrose goes to the top rope and kicks Owens away. Ambrose takes Rollins out with a diving elbow drop for a near fall. Ambrose knocks Owens off the apron before turning into an enzuigiri. Rollins kicks him in the face and covers, but Reigns breaks up the pin. Reigns punches away at Rollins before going back to the apron. Rollins gives Ambrose a bulldog before tagging in Owens. Owens hits a gut-buster before mocking the fans. Owens taunts Reigns before punching Ambrose in the head a few times. Owens clubs him in the face a few times while talking trash. Rollins is tagged in, and Owens holds Ambrose up for Rollins to hit a flying knee, but Ambrose kicks out! Owens tags back in, and he kicks away at Ambrose. Owens head-butts Ambrose before giving him some forearms to the face. Ambrose wildly punches back, but Owens knees him in the midsection. Owens holds Ambrose up for Rollins to talk trash. Ambrose fights them off before Owens superkicks him in the throat! Rollins goes to the top rope and goes for a flying knee, but he accidentally hits Owens! Ambrose throws Rollins out of the ring and hits Owens with Dirty Deeds to eliminate him!

Kevin Owens has been eliminated from the match.

Seth Rollins is the last remaining member of his team. It’s a 2-on-1 advantage for Team Reigns. The crowd chants, “You sold out” at Rollins. Ambrose tags in Reigns. Rollins gets in the ring before quickly rolling out. Ambrose cuts him off and throws him back in. Reigns clotheslines Rollins and catches him before he runs away through the crowd. Reigns bounces him off the steps before sending him into the commentary table. Reigns hits a Drive By Dropkick on the commentary table before throwing Rollins into the ring. Reigns powers Rollins into the corner and hits ten clubs to the chest. Ambrose tags in, and they go for the Doomsday Device, but Rollins gets out of it. Ambrose catches Rollins before he leaves, and Rollins hits him in the midsection with a chair to cause the disqualification.

Winners by Disqualification: Team Reigns (Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose)
Match Rating: ** 3/4

Rollins hits Ambrose and Reigns in the spine with the chair. Rollins throws Ambrose over the barricade and cracks Reigns in the spine with it. Rollins rolls him into the ring and holds up the chair. The crowd is loudly booing Reigns. Rollins stalks Reigns, but Reigns comes back with a Superman Punch. Rollins quickly grabs the WWE World Heavyweight Championship and runs off. Reigns and Ambrose stand tall in the ring as the show comes to an end.

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Alberto Del Rio def. R-Truth (non-title)
Paige def. Becky Lynch, Sasha Banks, and Brie Bella
Team Reigns def. Team Rollins via DQ (Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose survive)

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