WWE Monday Night RAW Results
June 29, 2015
Results by: Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com
“Then. Now. Forever.” The WWE video leads us into the show.
A video that recaps the events of last week is shown. Seth Rollins, Kane, and Joey Mercury (Jamie Noble was injured earlier on) assaulted Brock Lesnar at the end of last week’s episode. Lesnar tried to fight back, but for the first time in a long time he was left lying in the ring.
Seth Rollins makes his way to the ring with Kane and J&J Security. There is a small table set up in the ring. Rollins welcomes everyone to Monday Night Rollins before saying they’re live in Washington, DC, a city that is obsessed with power. Rollins then points out that no one in the arena knows what true power really is nor do they know how to gain it. You gain power by doing things that no other person is capable of doing. You do something that Roman Reigns couldn’t do at WrestleMania or something John Cena couldn’t do if his life depended on it. You can do something that even The Undertaker couldn’t do, which changed the history of WWE forever. You gain true power by taking it. Last week, he took power when he conquered the conqueror. Rollins is talking about Brock Lesnar. Rollins says he took a trip to Suplex City and burned it to the ground. The crowd lightly boos that.
Rollins says for those waiting for Brock Lesnar to show up, that’s not going to happen for a while. Lesnar is about as far away as you can get. Lesnar is boarding a plane to Japan right now. Rollins hopes that every second of that 18 hour flight will have Lesnar thinking about what they did to him last week after he injured his friend and mentor, Jamie Noble. Noble has his head down. Lesnar ran Noble into the barricade and broke three of his ribs. The crowd lightly chants for Noble. Rollins says Noble is tougher than every person in this arena. There is not a chance that Noble would’ve missed their moment of triumph. Rollins tells the crowd to get off their butts and show Noble the appreciation he deserves. Rollins says the Slammy Award for Most Inspirational Moment of the Year is locked up. Rollins tells the crowd to show The Authority some respect. Jamie Noble, Joey Mercury, and Kane are absolutely incredible. They helped him slay the beast, so he got them something. Rollins takes the red cover off the table and reveals three Apple Watches. Kane and J&J Security put the watches on. Rollins says they’re always a step ahead of everyone on social media. Now they can do it in style. Noble thanks him and says it’s incredible. Noble says no one in the arena has gotten an Apple Watch for being faithful. Rollins tells the crowd to go on YouTube and relive the most epic beat down in WWE history.
As for Kane, he got something extra special for him. Kane debuted in October 1997 when he ripped off the door and made an impact at Hell in a Cell. A lot has changed since 1997. Bill Clinton was president and the Internet was still on dial up. Apple Watch wasn’t even an idea. Paul Heyman was a fat, disgusting, slimy, rotten, filthy piece of crap… so not all that much has changed. For the past seventeen years, Kane has been the glue that’s held the WWE together. The crowd gives Kane a nice round of applause. During that entire period, Kane never asked for anything. Tonight, Rollins is bestowing upon him his very first vacation. Rollins unveils a poster of Hawaii. Hawaiian music plays and dancers come out to absolutely zero reaction. Kane says this is very nice. Rollins says he’s earned the vacation. How about they send him off in style? How about they team up to destroy Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns in a no disqualification match? The crowd lightly responds to that.
Rollins responds by saying, “But wait, there’s more.” Rollins says he saw J&J Security arriving to the building in a crappy rental car. His boys travel in style because nobody reeks of style like J&J. Someone that looks like Noelle Foley points at the side of the stage, and a red Cadillac drives in to, again, no reaction from the crowd. J&J excitedly make their way to the car. Rollins talks about the features of the car for sometime, and J&J gets in. Rollins is acting like the “Price Is Right” announcer. This goes on for quite a while.
Big Show’s music hits, and he comes out clapping for The Authority. Big Show makes his way to the ring as Noble continues to honk the horn. Mark Henry is seen walking backstage. Henry will face Big Show, next.
Replays are shown of Big Show attacking Ryback on Smackdown. The Miz will be on commentary for the next match.
Big Show vs. Mark Henry
The bell rings, and Big Show big boots Henry to the corner before punching away at him. Big Show grabs him by the throat, but Henry stomps on his foot and clotheslines him down. Henry kicks away at Big Show before head-butting him. Henry executes a big splash for a two count. Henry argues with the referee. Henry kicks him in the ribs and gets him to his feet. Big Show stuns him with a right hand and then takes him down with a definitive Knockout Punch for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Big Show
Match Rating: 1/4 *
Ryback’s music hits, and he charges down to the ring. Ryback punches away at him until Big Show sends him to the corner. Big Show hits a running butt bump and hits the ropes, but Ryback chop blocks him. The Miz then big boots Ryback down and escapes the ring. Ryback gets on the microphone and says he doesn’t want to wait until later in the evening to face him. The Miz declines as we go to commercial.
The Miz vs. Ryback
The bell rings, and The Miz immediately runs away from him. The Miz hits the ropes, and Ryback takes him down with a Lou Thesz Press. Ryback slams him off the mat a few times before putting him in the corner and hitting some shoulder thrusts. Ryback chops the chest. Miz tries to fight back, but Ryback slams him in the corner before whipping him hard to the opposite side. Miz snaps him off the top rope and clubs away at him. Miz hits the ropes, but Ryback catches him and transitions to a delayed vertical suplex. Ryback holds him up for about forty seconds before coming down for a two count. Miz quickly rolls out of the ring and begs Ryback to stay back. Miz tries to leave through the crowd, but Ryback catches him and slams him into the barricade. Ryback throws him into the ring and tries to grab him, but Miz holds the ropes. Miz quickly kicks him in the knee and DDTs him. Miz clubs away at him before hitting a running boot to the face for a one count. Miz rips away at his face before applying a chin lock. Ryback tries to fight back, but Miz comes back with the Reality Check for a near fall. Miz boots him in the face a few times and screams at him to stay down. Ryback blocks a kick and takes him down a few times. Ryback connects with a spinebuster and sets up in the corner. Miz runs out of the ring before Ryback connects with a Meat Hook Clothesline. Miz runs to the back and gets counted out.
Winner by Count-Out: Ryback
Match Rating: 3/4 *
Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose will take on Seth Rollins and Kane in a No Disqualification match later tonight.
Paige vs. Alicia Fox w/ The Bella Twins
They lock up, and Paige takes her down. Alicia gets up, and Paige takes her back down. Paige applies an arm bar and takes her down again. Paige trips her and knees her in the face for a two count. Alicia slaps her and punches away at her. Alicia sends her into the ropes, but Paige takes her down with a Lou Thesz Press. Alicia rolls out of the ring, and Paige follows. The Bella Twins distract her, and Alicia takes her back down.
We come back from the break to see Alicia sitting on top of Paige. Alicia stands on her hair and pulls Paige up. Alicia kicks her in the back and hits a northern lights suplex for a two count. Paige sidesteps Alicia and elbows away at her. Alicia quickly comes out of the corner and big boots her down for a two count. Alicia traps her in a chin lock. Paige fights up, but Alicia takes her down with a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker for a near fall. Alicia picks her up and sends her into the ropes for an elbow to the face. Paige fights back and knees her in the face in the corner. Paige knees away at her before hitting a trio of short-arm clotheslines and a dropkick. Paige superkicks her for a two count. Nikki tries to distract Paige, but she’s quickly scared off the apron. Alicia rolls her up, but Paige turns it and picks up the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Paige
Match Rating: 3/4 *
Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose will face Seth Rollins and Kane in a No Disqualification main event brought to you by Terminator: Genisys.
John Cena makes his way to the ring. The John Cena US Open Challenge is next.
John Cena is a finalist for the ESPN Sports Humanitarian of the Year Award.
John Cena is in the ring waiting for his opponent when Kevin Owens comes out. Owens gets in the ring and pretends like he’s going to fight only to get out of the ring. Owens says he’ll just wait until Battleground. Owens says he’ll be the one to take the United States Title from Cena… unless this man does. Cesaro comes out to the ring.
WWE United States Championship Match
John Cena (c) vs. Cesaro
Charles Robinson, my favorite referee ever, is the official for this match. They circle the ring, and Cesaro applies a waistlock. Cesaro keeps it cinched in until Cena breaks the hold and applies a side headlock. Cesaro whips him off and leapfrogs him. Cena then comes back with a monkey flip. Cesaro applies a side headlock, but Cena whips him off. Cena goes for a leapfrog, but Cesaro counters with a powerslam for a two count. Cesaro applies a front face lock, but Cena counters with an AA attempt. Cesaro gets off and punches him down for a two count. Cesaro connects with an uppercut before hitting a deadlift gutwrench suplex for a near fall. Cesaro applies a chin lock before punching Cena down. Cesaro kicks him in the head and uppercuts him. Cesaro stomps the hand and applies an abdominal stretch, but Cena turns him over and pins him for a two count. Cesaro quickly big boots him down for a near fall. Cesaro whips him into the corner hard, and Cena goes down. Cena gets to his feet and takes him down with a dropkick. Cesaro immediately sidesteps him in the corner. Cesaro then catches him with a double stomp. Cesaro clubs him in the face a few times for a two count. Cesaro goes to the second rope and drops an elbow for a one count. Cesaro argues the count with the referee as we go to commercial.
We come back from the break to see Cesaro pick up a near fall. Cesaro goes for a Sharpshooter, but Cena kicks him off before catching him with a back suplex powerbomb. Cena goes for the 5 Knuckle Shuffle, but Cesaro clotheslines him down for a two count. Cesaro gets the crowd going and goes for a Cesaro Swing. Cena fights it, so Cesaro catapults him into the ropes. Cena counters with a springboard stunner for a two count. Cesaro pulls himself up. Cena goes for an AA, but Cesaro lands on his feet and annihilates him with A Very European Uppercut for a near fall. Cesaro pulls him up for a Neutralizer, but Cena counters into the STF. Cesaro fights it and counters into a Sharpshooter in honor of his partner, Tyson Kidd. Cena claws his way to the bottom rope to get the break. Cena goes to the apron, and Cesaro slams him off the turnbuckle. Cesaro then gets on the second rope and hits a deadlift superplex for a near fall. Michael Cole is screaming about how this is a Match of the Year candidate.
Cesaro catches Cena with a running uppercut and sends him to the opposite corner, but he runs into a boot. Cena then catches him with a tornado DDT for a near fall. They trade punches with Cena’s missing by a mile from the camera angle they’re showing. Cena sends him into the ropes, but Cesaro twists to the apron. Cesaro boots him and goes to the top rope for a cross-body block, but Cena rolls through. Cena hits a sit-out face-buster for a near fall. Cena sardonically laughs about the kick out. Kevin Owens gets up from commentary and takes a swing at Michael Cole. Cena goes to the top rope, and Cesaro dropkicks him off it to the floor. Owens gets on commentary and says he’s had enough of Cole disrespecting him. Cole cut Owens off during a key point in the match. Cesaro catches Cena with a running uppercut at ringside. Cesaro throws him in the ring for a near fall. Cesaro goes for the Neutralizer, but Cena counters with a back body drop. Cena then connects with a leg trap sunset flip powerbomb for a near fall! Cena goes for an AA, but Cesaro counters into the Neutralizer for a near fall! Cesaro cannot believe it.
Cesaro viciously uppercuts Cena a number of times before uppercutting him in the corner. Cesaro takes him down and executes the Cesaro Swing. Cesaro then transitions into a Sharpshooter. Owens gets up from commentary and clubs Cesaro in the back of the head to cause the disqualification.
Winner by Disqualification: Cesaro
John Cena retains the WWE United States Championship
Match Rating: ** 1/2
Owens sends Cesaro into the ropes and catches him with a Pop-up Powerbomb. Owens then sends Cena into the ropes and catches him with a Pop-up Powerbomb. Owens mentions that he said if anyone were going to take the title from Cena, it’d be him. At WWE Battleground, it will be him.
Dolph Ziggler and Lana will go public on their relationship later tonight. We’ll also see Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose face Seth Rollins and Kane in a No Disqualification match.
A video recaps what happened between Seth Rollins and Brock Lesnar last week. Kane and J&J Security helped Rollins take Lesnar out.
Bray Wyatt’s video flashes, and we see a picture of Roman Reigns with the phrase, “Anyone but you.” Wyatt says he wants to open Reigns’ eyes so he can see the truth and close his mouth so he tells no lies. Wyatt says life isn’t fair. Wyatt always thought he should be his father’s favorite, but he was thrown away like trash. Wyatt says he’s awake and has his wings back. Who is it that deserves all Reigns has? Wyatt says that’s simple. Anyone but Reigns. Reigns knows all the horrible things Wyatt is capable of. Reigns belongs to him now. Wyatt says their fun is only just beginning. There will be no distractions. This is about him and Reigns. The insects that watch them every week are inconsequential. As long as they walk the earth, he’ll be Reigns’ crown of suffering. Reigns will never succeed. Wyatt won’t let him. Wyatt warns him to run.
The Lucha Dragons will be in an eight-man tag team match, next.
Footage is shown of The Rock appearing at a live event in Boston over the weekend.
The Lucha Dragons and The Prime Time Players vs. Bo Dallas and The New Day
Xavier Woods will start against Kalisto. They lock up, and Woods wrenches the arm. Kalisto twists out and applies a hammerlock. Woods punches him in the face and chops the chest. Woods sends him to the corner, but he runs into a boot. Kalisto comes back by chopping the chest and kicking him. Kalisto springboards off the top rope with an arm drag. Kalisto tags in Sin Cara and trips Woods. Cara hits a slingshot senton before wrenching the arm. Cara punches him before being sent into the ropes. Cara springboards off with an arm drag, but Woods soon clubs him down. Bo Dallas is tagged in, and he is quickly locked in an arm bar. Dallas screams in terror. Darren Young is tagged in, and he takes him down before giving him a seated senton for a two count. Titus O’Neil is tagged in, and he sends Young into Dallas before picking him up and tossing him aside. O’Neil taunts the crowd and tags Kalisto in. Kalisto pins Dallas for a two count. Dallas comes back with some knee drops followed by a short-arm clothesline for a two count. Dallas applies a chin lock, but Kalisto fights up. Young is tagged in, and he clotheslines Dallas down for a two count. Young hits another seated senton for a two count. Young applies a chin lock before connecting with a leg drop. Young reapplies the chin lock as a very light “New Day Sucks” chant breaks out. Dallas whips Young off and connects with an elbow to the face. Young goes to the apron and catches him with a back suplex on the apron. The teams have a random stand off as we go to commercial.
We come back from the break to see Kalisto trapped in a chin lock applied by Woods. Kalisto fights up, but Big E blind tags in. Big E catches him and goes for a belly-to-belly overhead suplex, but Kalisto lands on his feet and tags in Sin Cara. Cara catches Big E with a springboard forearm followed by a springboard cross-body. Cara hits a springboard moonsault block for a two count. Big E sends him to the corner, but he eats a kick. Cara hits a flipping senton off the top rope for a two count. Young is tagged in, and he suplexes Cara onto Big E. Young hits a third seated senton, so I guess that means his move set is extraordinarily limited. Big E tags in Woods, and Young knocks him off the apron. Dallas tags in and attacks Young for a two count. Dallas stomps him in the corner before Big E tags in and stomps him. Everyone stomps him until Kofi Kingston dropkicks him in the midsection. Kingston applies a chin lock, but Young fights him off. Kingston dropkicks him and tries to pin him, but he’s got a foot under the rope. Dallas tags in, and he applies a chin lock. Young fights up and tries to make a tag, but Dallas stops him. They then clunk heads.
O’Neil and Kingston are tagged in. O’Neil takes everyone out and big boots Kingston down. O’Neil splashes him in the corner and runs him over with a shoulder tackle. The New Day breaks it up. The Lucha Dragons dropkick them out of the ring. Young then takes Dallas out. O’Neil then whips The Lucha Dragons out of the ring with stereo suicide dives into The New Day. Kingston rolls O’Neil up for a near fall. Kingston boots him in the face and goes to the top rope, but O’Neil catches him. O’Neil hits a sit-out spinebuster for the win.
Winners by Pinfall: The Lucha Dragons and The Prime Time Players
Match Rating: *
Dolph Ziggler and Lana are walking backstage. They’ll go public about their relationship, next.
Dolph Ziggler and Lana go public with their relationship
Dolph Ziggler and Lana make their way to the ring. Lana’s hair is down and not in her trademark bun. Lana is beaming and waving at the crowd. Ziggler says it’s confession time. A lot of them might not be able to believe this, but this thing between him and Lana didn’t start off as love at first site. She was using him to get back at her boyfriend Rusev, but he was making out with her, so it was a win-win. The thing is, and he can’t believe he’s saying this, the situation has changed. Lana says Rusev was her life for years. She never knew what a real man was. Not anymore. She used to do whatever Rusev wanted her to do. Rusev told her how to talk, dress, and feel about America. Now she’s her own person. She’s getting the “WHAT” treatment. Ziggler treats her with respect. They’re very good friends. Actually that’s not true. They’re more than just friends. Ziggler is very passionate.
Rusev’s music hits, and he hobbles out to the stage with a crutch. Rusev then motions his hand and Summer Rae joins his side. They then get in the ring. Rusev says he doesn’t care about Lana anymore. In fact, he never did. Lana is like a cold fish. When he was kissing her, it was like kissing the ring post. Ziggler cuts him off and asks what kind of scumbag Rusev is. Rusev is trash talking his girlfriend. Ziggler asks if that stings a little bit. Ziggler says Rusev blew it and should walk away before he does something to his good leg. Rusev gives Summer his crutch and starts yelling at Ziggler. Rusev asks for his crutch back and leans on it. The crowd chants for the USA. Rusev then leaves the ring. Summer says there is something she wants Lana to hear. She hates gold diggers. At WrestleMania, Rusev was on top of the world. The minute he got injured, she jumped ship. They both know Rusev is kind and gentle. Rusev cared about her a lot. Summer tells Lana to tell the world that she’s a two-faced, conniving phony. Lana laughs before Summer slaps her in the face. Lana then takes her down, and they break out into a catfight. Ziggler pulls her off, but Lana takes her down again. Rusev finally pulls Summer out of the ring.
Dean Ambrose is talking to two statues of The Terminator. Roman Reigns walks in and asks if Ambrose is ready. Ambrose says he was born ready. Ambrose asks if Bray Wyatt has gotten to Reigns. Ambrose says he likes Reigns being angry. That’s the guy he wants in the ring with him tonight. Reigns says he got bent out of shape and hates Wyatt. Reigns says he doesn’t like anyone except Ambrose. Reigns says he’s ready to break some heads and rip the place apart. Reigns screams, “Let’s rage!” They walk off.
A behind the scenes feature is shown for Terminator: Genisys.
Neville vs. Sheamus
The bell rings, and they take their time before locking up. Neville wrenches the arm and applies a chin lock. Sheamus backs him to the corner and elbows him. Sheamus executes a headlock takeover before clubbing him. Sheamus sends him to the corner, but Neville slingshots over him and does two quick flips to the corner. Sheamus then runs into a boot. Neville catches him with a hurricanrana, but he soon eats a boot. Neville goes for another hurricanrana, but Sheamus doesn’t budge. Neville then gives him a hurricanrana over the top rope. Sheamus quickly runs to avoid a plancha.
We come back from the break to see Neville punch out of a chin lock and hit the ropes. Sheamus sends him to the apron. Neville punches him and goes for a springboard, but Sheamus catches him with a rolling senton. Sheamus asks the crowd if they’re entertained. Sheamus kicks him a few times before connecting with a suplex throw. Sheamus spikes his hair up as the crowd lightly chants, “Boring.” Sheamus applies a chin lock, but Neville fights up. Sheamus puts him in the corner and punches and kicks him. The referee tries to back him up, but Sheamus keeps going back. Neville finally takes him down with a kick to the jaw. Sheamus quickly pops up with three Irish Curse Backbreakers before taunting the crowd. Sheamus slaps him, and Neville slaps him back. Neville backflips through a back suplex and hits a jawbreaker. Neville elbows him in the face and gives him a big boot. Sheamus sends him into the ropes, but he slides through his legs. Neville kicks him before hitting a running dropkick. Neville goes for a monkey flip, but Sheamus sets him up on the top rope. Neville jumps over him and pulls the top rope down to get him out of the ring. Neville then hits a springboard moonsault block to the floor. Neville puts him in the ring and hits a springboard dropkick for a near fall. Sheamus drops him on the apron, but Neville shoulders him. Neville eventually kicks him in the head and geos to the top rope. Neville goes for the Red Arrow, but Sheamus kicks the ropes. Neville falls to the canvas. Sheamus sets up in the corner and goes for a Brogue Kick, but Neville counters with a roll up for a near fall. Sheamus quickly kick him and hits a Brogue Kick for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Sheamus
Match Rating: 3/4 *
J&J Security are seen enjoying their Cadillac.
Jack Swagger vs. King Barrett
King Barrett says he is the rightful King of the Ring and would like to make a royal decree. Going forward, all of his opponents will bow at his feet and pay respect to him.
The bell rings, and Barrett orders him to bow down. Swagger chases him, but Barrett gets out of the ring. Barrett misses a clothesline, and Swagger slams him down. Swagger puts him in the corner and clotheslines him before throwing him across the ring. Barrett tries to boot him, but Swagger catches him with a Patriot Lock attempt. Barrett gets out of the ring, so Swagger follows him and throws him into the barricade a few times. Barrett knees him in the face and slams him off the turnbuckle. Barrett connects with the Royal Bull Hammer for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: King Barrett
Match Rating: 1/4 *
The main event is next. Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose will face Seth Rollins and Kane in a No Disqualification match.
No Disqualification Match
Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose vs. Seth Rollins and Kane
The bell rings, and Reigns and Ambrose punch away at them. Ambrose chops Rollins while Reigns shoulders Kane in the corner. Ambrose sends Rollins into the ropes, but he holds on. Ambrose then clotheslines him over the top rope and takes him out with a suicide dive. Ambrose gets in the ring and jabs away at Kane. Ambrose and Reigns take turns punching Kane until they hit a double-team suplex. Ambrose goes to the top rope, but Rollins pushes him off to the floor. Reigns chases Rollins and eats big boot from Kane. Rollins sends Ambrose into the barricade and high fives J&J Security.
We come back from the break to see Reigns trapped in a chin lock applied by Rollins. Ambrose and Kane are on the apron despite this being No Disqualifications. Reigns fights out and sidesteps a splash in the corner. Kane is tagged in, and he cuts Reigns off. Kane sends him to the corner and eats a boot. Reigns then clotheslines him down. Ambrose and Rollins are tagged in. Ambrose clotheslines Rollins and punches away at him. Ambrose stomps him down in the corner. Ambrose hits a running forearm followed by a bulldog. Ambrose dropkicks Kane off the apron and gives Rollins a back body drop out of the ring. Ambrose then comes off the top rope with a diving elbow to the floor. Joey Mercury tries to attack, but he’s thrown into the crowd. Ambrose chases Jamie Noble away and clotheslines Rollins down on the floor. Ambrose throws Rollins into the ring and goes under the ring to grab a table. Ambrose gets in the ring, and J&J Security pulls the table out. Rollins rolls Ambrose up for a near fall. Rollins then superkicks him, and Reigns breaks up the pin. Reigns powerbombs Rollins, ducks a clothesline from Kane, and clotheslines him down. Mercury hits Reigns with a kendo stick, but it doesn’t hurt him. Reigns takes turns hitting Kane and Mercury with the kendo stick. Reigns then breaks it over his knee before hitting Kane with a Superman Punch. Reigns then takes Mercury out with a Superman Punch. Reigns then catches Rollins coming off the top rope with a Superman Punch.
Bray Wyatt’s video flashes and the lights go out. When the come back on, Wyatt is attacking Reigns. Wyatt slams him off the table before throwing him into the steps. Wyatt then hits a one-armed slam onto the commentary table. Referees run down to get Wyatt out of there. Wyatt walks off without much struggle.
Ambrose slowly gets to his feet as Kane and Rollins come to. Kane goes for a Chokeslam, but Ambrose elbows out and hits a rebound clothesline. Ambrose goes for Dirty Deeds, but Rollins attacks him. Rollins goes for a Pedigree, but Ambrose fights it. Kane gives him a Chokeslam, and Rollins follows up with a Pedigree for the win.
Winners by Pinfall: Seth Rollins and Kane
Match Rating: * 1/2
Rollins directs J&J Security to grab the table at ringside. They prop the table up in the corner. Rollins imitates Reigns as they try for a triple powerbomb. Reigns attacks and clears the ring. Kane eventually comes in and gives Reigns a Chokeslam. Rollins talks trash to him, and Reigns comes back with some right hands. The Authority clears the ring and surround him. They get back in the ring and take Reigns down. Reigns continues to fight back, but the crowd is losing interest. Reigns blocks a Chokeslam attempt and punches him. Rollins then chop blocks him. Kane gives him another Chokeslam, and they stomp away at him. Rollins tells them to get Reigns up, and he gives him a corner powerbomb through the table. Reigns shows signs of life, so Rollins gives him a Pedigree. The Authority leaves the ring as the crowd is near silent.
Bray Wyatt slowly makes his way to the ring and gets in. Wyatt gives him Sister Abigail and kneels next to him. Wyatt laughs as the show comes to an end.
Quick Match Results
Big Show def. Mark Henry
Ryback def. The Miz via CO (non-title)
Paige def. Alicia Fox
Cesaro def. John Cena via DQ; Cena retains the WWE United States Championship
The Lucha Dragons & The Prime Time Players def. Bo Dallas and The New Day
Sheamus def. Neville
King Barrett def. Jack Swagger
Seth Rollins and Kane def. Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose
My thoughts on this episode of RAW will be up tomorrow exclusively on this site. Be sure to read it and share your feedback on this episode.
Did you miss last week’s episode of RAW? Click here to check it out!
Thanks for reading!