WWE RAW Results – 9/7/15 (Sting trashes Rollins’ statue)

WWE RAW Results 9/7/15

WWE Monday Night RAW Results
September 7, 2015
Baltimore, Maryland
Report by: Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com

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

The RAW video plays, and we’re brought into the arena to see the crowd holding up their signs and cheering loudly. Michael Cole, Byron Saxton, and JBL welcome us to the show.

Seth Rollins addresses having two matches at WWE Night Of Champions

Seth Rollins’ music hits, and the WWE World Heavyweight Champion makes his way to the ring. Rollins will face Sting at Night Of Champions with the WWE World Heavyweight Championship on the line. He’ll also face John Cena with the WWE United States Championship on the line the same night. Rollins stands in the ring as the crowd boos him. Rollins says it’s time to give Baltimore a reality check. Rollins says he is special. He’s not talking about the regular type of special. He’s mega special as in once in a lifetime special. The crowd boos this. Rollins says before him, it was just a pipe dream that someone would have the guts to cash in their Money in the Bank contract in the main event of WrestleMania. Before him, everyone really believed that Brock Lesnar was invincible. Before him, every single person in the entire WWE Universe was clamoring for somebody to come along and knock John Cena off the top of the WWE mountain. Rollins says that’s exactly what he did at SummerSlam when he defeated John Cena to become the first man to hold the WWE World Heavyweight and WWE United States Championships at the same time.

Rollins says Baltimore is not familiar with greatness, but he is greatness. A statue was crafted in his image to immortalize his greatness. This statue brought so much jealousy that a face painted freak… Rollins stops himself and takes a deep breath. The crowd chants, “We want Sting.” Rollins says two weeks ago, Sting stole his statue. More importantly than that, he had the audacity to put his filthy hands on the championship. Rollins warns Sting to be careful what he wishes for because at Night Of Champions, he has the opportunity of a lifetime to validate his career and cement his legacy. On the flipside, he has the opportunity to crush Sting’s legacy. That’s exactly what he’ll do. Rollin says Sting will never get his hands on his WWE World Heavyweight Championship ever again.

That’s not all. Last week, it became apparent to him that at Night Of Champions, every single championship (a “Boring” chant breaks out – Rollins tries to squash it, but it continues) is on the line. Rollins has to defend his WWE United States Championship at Night Of Champions as well. John Cena politicked his way into invoking his rematch. Now he’s defending the United States Championship against him at Night Of Champions. At first he was a little upset. He searched for the solution before it hit him. He’s Seth Rollins. This has been his year. Night Of Champions will be his night. Two future first ballot Hall of Famers are vying for both his titles in one night. Rollins will turn them into opportunities and do what he’s done to all the opportunities put in his path – he’ll own it. Just like he owns the crowd and the ring, he’ll own Sting and John Cena. He’ll own his generation and legacy. Also, if it’s the last thing he does, he’ll get his statue back. That statue wasn’t just stolen from him; it was stolen from the fans. The people deserve to see that statue every single week on the stage or by the commentary table. It’s a reminder that he’s no longer the future of WWE. He’s the man.

The sound of a crow cawing is heard, and Sting appears on the titantron. Sting says the statue doesn’t belong out there. It belongs with him. The camera zooms out to see Sting next to the statue. Sting says Rollins is the man… without a statue. Sting says it’s here. Sting is here. Sting dares him to come get the statue before dusting it with a feather duster. Sting says, “Come and get it,” before the video feed cuts.

Rollins shouts that he’s not afraid of Sting before Sheamus’ music hits. Sheamus makes his way to the ring carrying his Money in the Bank briefcase. Sheamus wonders what’s wrong with Rollins because he looks agitated. A “You look stupid” chant breaks out. Sheamus asks if Rollins is worried about his two matches at Night Of Champions. Rollins says he’s not worried about Sting, John Cena, or Sheamus. He does have to get a statue back. Sheamus asks if Rollins knows how stupid he sounds. Rollins asks if he knows how stupid he looks. Sheamus is not happy about that. Sheamus shouts that he does not look stupid. Rollins says he looks like Ronald McDonald with a bad haircut. Sheamus warns him to not bring his family into this. Rollins asks what his point is. Sheamus says his point is in his hand. Sheamus says he could make his point tonight, on Smackdown, or at Night Of Champions. Sheamus says if Rollins wins both of his matches, he may quite possibly have a third against him. Sheamus holds up the Money in the Bank briefcase as his music plays. Sheamus then walks off.

Summer Rae wants to apologize to Rusev regarding the controversy last week. Paige will take on Sasha Banks, next.

-Commercial Break-

Stephanie McMahon is seen texting in her office when Seth Rollins walks in. Rollins asks if she saw what just happened before asking for Triple H. Rollins wants to know if he has a plan. Stephanie tells him to calm down because she has a plan. Rollins says he has to calm down before asking for Triple H again to see if he has a plan. Stephanie angrily stares at him before Rollins turns and sees Triple H. Triple H asks if he doesn’t think Stephanie can handle the situation. Rollins says he just thought they could come up with a plan as a family. Triple H says the situation is irrelevant because Rollins is the man. Rollins says he should focus on getting the statue. Triple H tells him to not worry about Sheamus because he’ll have his hands full with Randy Orton. Triple H tells him to not worry about the statue, but he needs to focus on what’s important. Rollins needs to focus on his two matches at Night Of Champions so he’ll compete twice to prepare for it. The first match will be Champion vs. Champion. Rollins will go one-on-one with the WWE Intercontinental Champion Ryback. The second match will be Champion vs. Challengers. Rollins will tag with The New Day to take on The Prime Time Players and John Cena. Rollins looks at Stephanie, and she says she was going to tell him to go after Sting. Hunter’s plan is better. Triple H tells him to show the world that he is Seth Rollins, and he is the man. Rollins tries to pump himself up by saying he’s the man before leaving the room.

Paige w/ Charlotte and Becky Lynch vs. Sasha Banks w/ Naomi and Tamina

The bell rings, and Sasha quickly puts herself through the ropes to keep Paige back. Paige grabs her by the hair and pulls it before throwing her across the ring. Paige pulls her hair some more before throwing her again. Paige does something where she throws her into the ropes and knocks her down, but it looks terrible. Paige grabs her foot, but Sasha kicks her away. Paige blocks a kick and slams her on her face. Paige puts her in the corner and hits some weak looking elbows. Sasha all of a sudden lays her across the ropes and delivers a double knee to the midsection for a two count.

-Commercial Break-

We come back from the break to see Paige trapped in a straightjacket. Paige fights out and hits a Thesz Press, but Sasha gets out and forearms her. Sasha puts her in the corner and digs her boot into Paige’s face. Sasha kicks her down in the corner before hitting a modified Bronco Buster for a two count. Sasha chokes her on the ropes before the referee backs her up. Tamina drills Paige in the face before Sasha covers for a near fall. Sasha argues with the referee over the call. Paige hits an inside cradle for a two count. Sasha quickly slams her down for a near fall. Sasha applies a chin lock, but Paige fights out. Sasha puts her on the top rope, but Paige fights her off. Sasha quickly rips her off the top rope for a near fall. Paige drops her into the ropes and kicks her. Paige sidesteps her in the corner and hits a high knee to the face. Paige superkicks her and covers for a two count. Sasha gets out of a body slam and goes for a running cross-body, but Paige counters into a Ram-Paige attempt. Sasha fights out, and Team B.A.D. pulls her out of the ring. Paige gets on the apron and takes Tamina out with a slow motion summersault senton.

Sasha attacks Paige and rolls her into the ring. Sasha goes for a wheelbarrow type maneuver, but Paige counters into a German Suplex. Paige covers for a two count. Paige sets up for the PTO, but Naomi runs in. Naomi simply distracts the referee, and Sasha rolls her up for the win. The problem is both their shoulders were on the mat as the referee counted, but that’s ignored.

Winner by Pinfall: Sasha Banks
Match Rating: 1/2 *

Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose will be in action, next.

-Commercial Break-

The Ascension is already in the ring as we come back from the break. Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose make their entrance through the crowd to Reigns’ music. Footage is shown of Bray Wyatt on Smackdown telling them that the apocalypse walks among them. Braun Strowman then told them to run. The commentators wonder who they’ll pick to team with them at Night Of Champions.

The Ascension vs. Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose

Dean Ambrose will start the match against Konnor. They lock up, and Ambrose applies a side headlock. Ambrose hits the ropes and hits a forearm before dropping an elbow. Konnor immediately comes back with a right hand before Ambrose knees him. Reigns is tagged in. Ambrose hits Konnor with a dropkick before Reigns drops him with a leaping clothesline. Konnor quickly knees him and tags in Viktor. Viktor stomps him down in the corner and talks trash while punching him. Reigns comes back with a Samoan Drop before staring at Konnor. Viktor then knocks Reigns out of the ring. Reigns quickly punches Konnor before punching Viktor. Ambrose takes Konnor out with a suicide dive while Reigns hits Viktor with a Drive By Dropkick. Reigns deadlifts Viktor and hits a release type slam, but Viktor lands awkwardly. Reigns clubs him in the corner nine times before hitting a short-arm clothesline. Reigns takes him out with the Superman Punch. Ambrose is tagged in, and Reigns gets Viktor on his shoulders. They hit the Doomsday Device on Viktor. Reigns quickly takes Konnor out with a Spear as Ambrose hits Viktor with Dirty Deeds for the win.

Winners by Pinfall: Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose
Match Rating: *

The Wyatt Family logo flashes, and Braun Strowman is seen in his black mask. Strowman removes the mask and says he wouldn’t blame them if they’re afraid because he’s their destruction. Wyatt says this is a warning for anyone who is foolish enough to join their cause. The apocalypse waits for them at Night Of Champions. Luke Harper simply says, “Run.”

-Commercial Break-

Ryback is backstage with Renee Young. She asks him about being in a match against Seth Rollins next. Ryback says the Intercontinental Championship has a lineage of fighting champions. That’s what he is. Seth Rollins is a weasel and gets out of harm’s way. Ryback then says Rollins is a thoroughbred in the prime of his career. Tonight, The Big Guy has plans of his own. They look like this. Ryback then gets the crowd going with “Feed Me More” before saying Meat Hook Clothesline, Shell Shock, and a pin. Kevin Owens walks up eating an apple. Owens says he wants to wish him luck before the match. Ryback says Owens is full of crap. Owens says Ryback looks hungry. Owens warns him to not bite off more than he can chew before walking off.

A TMZ type report recaps the Dolph Ziggler/Lana/Summer Rae love triangle. On Smackdown, Summer Rae hinted at several indiscretions with Dolph Ziggler before Lana attacked her. Summer Rae will address her actions later tonight.

Ryback makes his entrance to the ring. He’ll be in action against Seth Rollins, next.

-Commercial Break-

Stone Cold Steve Austin will interview Edge and Christian on the Stone Cold Podcast after RAW tonight.

Ryback vs. Seth Rollins

Charles Robinson, the best referee ever, is the official for this match. Rollins quickly rolls out of the ring at the sound of the bell. Rollins talks some trash before getting in and locking up with Ryback. Ryback quickly powers him down, so Rollins rolls out of the ring to recover. Rollins takes his time before getting back in the ring before applying a waistlock. Rollins goes to a side headlock and cranks it, but Ryback whips him off and hits a shoulder block. Rollins quickly rolls out of the ring to recover again. Rollins punches the barricade in frustration. Rollins gets back in the ring and goes for a test of strength. Ryback immediately powers him down and wrenches the arm a few times. Ryback hits a short-arm shoulder block for a one count. Ryback slams him off the corner twice before hitting some shoulder thrusts. Ryback wrenches the arm and takes him down. Rollins quickly gets to his feet and grabs the rope. Rollins quickly punches and elbows him down before chopping the chest. Rollins hits the ropes, but Ryback takes him down with a Thesz Press and slams him off the mat. Ryback goes for a suplex, but Rollins gets out. Ryback chops him down and gets the crowd chanting “Feed Me More.” Ryback wrenches the arm and clubs him before putting him in the corner. Ryback viciously whips him into the opposite corner, and Rollins collapses to the mat. Ryback chops the chest and grabs him before he can leave the ring. Ryback then hits a delayed vertical suplex for a two count. Ryback wrenches the arm, but Rollins counters with a jawbreaker. Rollins boots him in the face a few times before slapping him in the head and talking trash. Ryback gets to his feet and military presses him before dropping him on his chest. Rollins quickly gets out of the ring to recover. Ryback follows him out and chases him around the ring. Rollins gets in the ring and boots Ryback before attempting a plancha, but Ryback catches him. Ryback goes for a powerslam, but Rollins slides off and sends him into the ring post. Rollins then sends him into the steel steps as we go to commercial.

-Commercial Break-

We come back from the break to see Ryback fight up with Rollins on his back and back him into the corner. Rollins quickly sidesteps him, and Ryback hits the ring post shoulder first. Rollins hits a neckbreaker for a near fall. Rollins applies a chin lock, but Ryback fights up. Ryback punches him down, but Rollins comes back by snapping him off the top rope. Rollins then hits a springboard flying knee to the face for a two count. Rollins hits a running forearm to the face in the corner and talks some trash. Rollins taunts the crowd before hitting another running forearm. Rollins hits the ropes, and Ryback comes back with a back body drop.

Ryback hits a pair of shoulder blocks before ducking a clothesline and hitting a diving shoulder. Rollins slides through the legs and goes for a Pedigree, but Ryback counters with a back body drop. Rollins lands on his feet, but Ryback kicks him and goes for a powerbomb. Rollins gets out, kicks him in the ribs, and goes for a kick to the face, but Ryback blocks it. Ryback hits a powerbomb for a near fall. Ryback goes to the top rope. Rollins quickly goes up to superplex him, but Ryback fights him off. Rollins quickly avoids a diving splash and covers for a near fall. Ryback rolls to the apron, and Rollins baseball slides him to the floor. Rollins is looking for a count-out, but Ryback quickly gets on the apron. Rollins knocks him to the floor again. The referee begins to count, but Ryback gets up again. Rollins takes him out with a suicide dive and gets in the ring. The referee begins counting, but Ryback once again gets to his feet. Rollins takes him out with another suicide dive and gets in the ring. The referee counts once more, but Ryback struggles to his feet. Rollins hits the ropes, but Ryback gets in the ring and gives him a spinebuster. Ryback clutches his ribs in pain and tries to get fired up. The crowd chants, “Feed Me More” before Ryback takes him out with a Meat Hook Clothesline. Ryback goes for Shell Shocked, but Rollins gets out. Ryback pulls him up, but Rollins quickly counters with an enzuigiri.

The sound of a crow cawing is heard, and Sting appears on the titantron. Sting is with the statue, and he asks what he’s doing in the ring. Rollins is so preoccupied. They’re here and waiting for him. Rollins shouts for Sting to return his statue. Ryback then catches Rollins with an inside cradle for the win.

Winner by Pinfall: Ryback
Match Rating: * 3/4

Seth Rollins flips out in the ring as Ryback grabs his WWE Intercontinental Championship back from a Make A Wish kid he let hold it. The statue appears on the titantron and Sting pops up in front of it. Sting then puts a Sting mask on the statue. Rollins screams about Sting defacing his property.

Seth Rollins will have to compete one more time as he’ll face The Prime Time Players and John Cena while teaming with The New Day. Later tonight, we’ll also see Randy Orton take on Sheamus.

-Commercial Break-

Seth Rollins is walking backstage screaming for Sting. The New Day comes up to him with Xavier Woods playing his trombone. Big E shouts for Rollins to feel the power. Kofi Kingston tells him not to think about the past, but behold their partners, The New Day. They celebrate wildly before doing a New Day Rocks chant. Rollins says he has a lot on his plate. Rollins then turns around and sees Edge and Christian behind him. Edge says the last time they saw him, he got his goon squad to cheap shot them before trying to paralyze him for life to get The Authority back. Rollins says he did what he had to do to get The Authority back to power. Edge should understand that. Edge says he does, but he didn’t get the job done. Edge dares him to try right now. Rollins says he has a lot on his plate before backing down. Edge and Christian look at The New Day. Woods says he’s been waiting for this all his life. It’s time to battle. Woods plays a quick tune on his trombone. Christian says it’s not a battle without a kazoo. Christian says this song will reek of awesomeness. Christian then toots “New Day Sucks.” Big E takes the kazoo and tries to eat it. The Dudley Boyz appear side by side with Edge and Christian. Bubba Ray Dudley says The Prime Time Players will face The New Day for the WWE Tag Team Championships next week on RAW. The winners will face them at Night Of Champions. Bubba asks if they know their song. They then chant, “Get the tables” as Edge and Christian celebrate with them.

Summer Rae makes her entrance. She’ll apologize to Rusev, next.

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Summer Rae issues an apology to Rusev for her behavior

Summer Rae is standing in the ring. We see a replay of the entire TMZ type story we saw earlier in the evening. Summer says this past week has been the most horrific week of her life. At the center of it all has been a man that does not deserve the scorn and ridicule he’s been getting. He is the true victim of this situation. She owes this man an apology. Summer asks Rusev to come and talk to her.

Rusev’s music hits, and he makes his way to the ring. Summer says he has been her beacon of light. He got her to get her body into the right shape for him. It’s because of Rusev that she was able to pose for Iron Man Magazine. Rusev gave her the courage. That’s why she feels so terrible. Dolph Ziggler has been trying to seduce her for weeks. When Ziggler got her to go into his locker room last week, she shouldn’t have. Her innocence got the best of her. To see Ziggler in the shower with the water on his muscles and the glistening in his eye, it was too much. She was too weak. She let Ziggler kiss her. The crowd is chanting, “Boring.” Summer starts to cry and apologize. She says she betrayed him. It was a moment of weakness.

Rusev grabs her face lightly and takes the microphone. Rusev says she betrayed him, but he accepts her apology. She calls him, “Rue-Rue.” They hug. Rusev calls her “Sweet Submissive Summer” before fixing her lipstick. It’s never been her fault. It’s that pathetic, pale, blonde, hairless, disgusting Dolph Ziggler that fed her these American lives. Rusev is not a victim. Summer is. Summer isn’t the only victim. Lana is as well. She was fed these American lives. Lana isn’t here because she has a broken wrist, but that’s a lie. She’s not here because she has a broken heart. Rusev says they may have had their differences, but he’d have never cheated on Lana or made her feel the way Ziggler has.

Dolph Ziggler makes his way to the ring. Ziggler says he knows Rusev wouldn’t do what he’s done. Most importantly, no one is buying into their lies. Ziggler doesn’t believe them, everyone knows it and so does Lana. Rusev says Lana is at home with a broken wrist. Ziggler should be there giving her flowers. Ziggler says Lana has a message for Rusev. Ziggler throws his microphone at Rusev and superkicks him. Rusev and Summer quickly retreat.

Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose, and Randy Orton are seen talking backstage. Orton will face Sheamus, next.

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Randy Orton vs. Sheamus

The bell rings, and they circle the ring. They lock up, and Orton applies a waistlock. Sheamus takes him down with a drop-toe-hold, and he wrenches the arm. Sheamus gets him to his feet and wrenches the arm again. Orton applies a side headlock and messes with his hair before Sheamus angrily gets out of the ring. Sheamus gets on the apron and gets in the ring. They lock up again, and Sheamus hits a headlock takeover. Orton quickly gets to his feet. They lock up again, and Orton applies a side headlock. Sheamus whips him off, but Orton comes back with a pair of shoulder blocks. Sheamus quickly rolls out of the ring to recover. Sheamus takes a lot of time before getting back in the ring. They exchange uppercuts before Orton sends him into the ropes. Sheamus quickly holds the top rope and pulls himself out of the ring. Sheamus grabs a microphone and goes to say that he does not look stupid, but Orton punches him and gives him a back suplex off the barricade. Orton gets him in the ring and does the ten punches, but Sheamus soon counters into an inverted atomic drop. Sheamus hits the ropes, but Orton quickly floors him with a dropkick. Sheamus is furious. Orton goes outside and tries to clothesline him, but Sheamus ducks it and hits an Irish Curse Backbreaker at ringside.

-Commercial Break-

We come back from the break to see Orton trapped in a chin lock. Orton eventually fights up and gets out. Orton hits the ropes, but Sheamus catches him with a rolling senton. Sheamus taunts the crowd and waits for Orton to get up. Sheamus uppercuts Orton a few times before Orton comes back with some of his own. Sheamus reverses a whip, but Orton comes back with a pair of clotheslines. Orton then powerslams him down. Orton runs into a boot, but he quickly comes back with an exploder suplex for a two count. Sheamus rolls to the apron to recover, so Orton tries to grab him for a hanging DDT. Sheamus starts with the 10 Beats of the Bodhrán, but he’s upset that the crowd is counting with him. Sheamus snaps him off the top rope and hits a diving shoulder tackle for a near fall. Sheamus argues with the referee over the count. Sheamus shoulders him in the midsection and hits a high knee. Sheamus hits the ropes, but Orton takes him down with a powerslam for a near fall.

An “RKO” chant breaks out. Sheamus reverses a whip, but he lowers his head and eats a kick. Orton hits the ropes, but Sheamus quickly comes back with a powerslam. Sheamus applies a modified cloverleaf, but Orton gets to the bottom rope. Orton gets to his feet and drops Sheamus to the apron. Orton punches him and slams him off the turnbuckle a few times. Sheamus pulls him to the top rope and hits a superplex. Orton slowly covers him for a near fall. Orton soon connects with a hanging DDT and gets the crowd going. Orton goes for an RKO, but Sheamus pushes him off and connects with White Noise for a near fall. Sheamus is furious with the referee. Sheamus goes for a Brogue Kick, but Orton avoids it. Sheamus counters an RKO into a roll-up for a two count. As soon as Sheamus gets to his feet, Orton drops him with an RKO for the win.

Winner by Pinfall: Randy Orton
Match Rating: **

The Wyatt Family video flashes on the screen and the lights go out. When they come back on, The Wyatt Family is surrounding Orton. Luke Harper hits Orton and superkicks him. Bray Wyatt viciously punches away at Orton as Harper holds him down. Harper throws Orton into the ring at the feet of Braun Strowman. Strowman then puts Orton to sleep with a head and arm choke. Strowman then hits Orton with an over-the-shoulder cutter. Wyatt kneels next to Orton and extends his arms.

-Commercial Break-

The commentators talk about The Wyatt Family attacking Randy Orton just moments ago.

The Dudley Boyz vs. Los Matadores

Bubba Ray Dudley will start against Diego. They lock up before Diego wrenches the arm. Diego goes to a waistlock before going to a side headlock. Bubba then counters into a back suplex. Bubba goes for a second one but Diego backflips through it. Diego then drops him onto the ropes and hits a block. Fernando is tagged in, and he hits Bubba with a slingshot senton. Fernando punches him to the corner before Bubba sidesteps him. Fernando accidentally hits Diego. El Torito gets on the ropes and yells at Fernando. Fernando slaps him and kicks him in the head. Fernando then turns into the 3D. D-Von Dudley picks up the win.

Winners by Pinfall: The Dudley Boyz
Match Rating: 1/2 *

El Torito tries to explain what happened to Diego. Diego then kicks El Torito in the chest. The Dudley Boyz don’t like what’s going on. D-Von punches away at Diego before putting him in the ring. Bubba big boots him and slaps the table he just set up in the ring. D-Von then puts Diego on Bubba’s shoulders for a Bubba Bomb off the second rope through a table! The Dudley Boyz celebrate in the ring before Bubba high fives JBL.

Seth Rollins will tag with The New Day to take on The Prime Time Players and John Cena.

-Commercial Break-

The commentators announce that Dolph Ziggler will face Rusev at Night Of Champions.

Cesaro vs. The Miz

The bell rings, but The Miz has the referee hold Cesaro back so he can remove his sunglasses. Cesaro hits a waistlock takeover and rolls around on him before mimicking his taunt. Cesaro deadlifts him and hits a gutwrench suplex. Miz applies a side headlock, but Cesaro turns it and whips him off. Cesaro counters a leapfrog into a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker for a two count. Cesaro gets the crowd going before hitting a running uppercut. Cesaro sends him to the corner for a second one. Cesaro goes for a third, but Miz gets out of the ring. Cesaro puts JBL’s hat on and hits Miz with a running uppercut by the barricade. The crowd starts chanting his name before he rolls Cesaro into the ring. Miz kicks away at Cesaro and begins to focus on the injured ribs from last week. Miz digs a vicious knee into the midsection and chokes him on the top rope. Miz boots him in the face for a near fall. Miz rakes the face before sending him into the ropes, but Cesaro twists to the apron. Cesaro boots Miz in the face and goes to the top rope, but Miz lays him out ribs first on the turnbuckle. Miz then baseball slides him to the floor. Miz sends him ribs first into the barricade twice before Big Show makes his way down to the ring. Miz runs away from him and goes into the crowd to avoid Big Show. The bell rings for a double count-out.

Double Count-Out
Match Rating: 1/2 *

Big Show shouts at The Miz before angrily walking off. Some fan slaps him on the chest, and Big Show makes him cower with a look in a humorous bit. Big Show then delivers a Knockout Punch to Cesaro as he walks off to the back.

Nikki Bella will be out to talk about being a week away from breaking the record for being the longest Divas Champion ever, next.

-Commercial Break-

Nikki Bella talks about the record breaking day coming up

Team Bella makes their way to the ring. Nikki Bella holds up the WWE Divas Championship. Alicia Fox does a big introduction for Nikki Bella, calling her the fearless face of the Divas Division. Brie Bella calls her a loving sister before announcing her name. Nikki Bella thanks everyone very much before asking if they can feel the excitement in the air. The Bella Army are counting down the days until she becomes the longest reigning Divas Champion of all time. On that note, she wants to present the most important countdown in WWE history. It’s shown on the titantron. In one week, they won’t be able to deny that they are the face of the Divas Revolution. Tonight, she invites them to their “Bella-bration” as the record gets broken. She’s going to throw a huge party.

Charlotte’s music hits, and PCB make their way to the ring. Charlotte says she loves a party, but no one on her team was invited to the party. She went to The Authority, and they granted her petition. Next week on RAW, she’ll beat that lame clock, spoil her attempt to break the record, and beat her for the Divas Championship. Charlotte lets out a “Woo” before PCB takes Team Bella out. Nikki Bella is thrown into the ring, and Charlotte spears her. Charlotte then applies the Figure Eight, and Nikki taps out.

Seth Rollins and The New Day will face John Cena and The Prime Time Players, next.

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John Cena and The Prime Time Players vs. The New Day and Seth Rollins

Seth Rollins limped out to the ring. A fan jumped the barricade and walked alongside him for a moment before security got a hold of him. Big E and Kofi Kingston will represent The New Day.

John Cena will start the match against Seth Rollins. Rollins immediately tags in Big E and gets out of the ring. Big E claps and gyrates as Xavier Woods blows on the trombone. They lock up and Big E applies a side headlock while rhythmically stomping. Cena whips him off, but Big E shoulder blocks him down. Big E gyrates as Cena gets to his feet. They lock up again, and Big E applies a side headlock. Cena whips him off, but Big E once again floors him with a shoulder block. They lock up one more time before Big E goes to the side headlock. Cena whips him off, drops down, leapfrogs him, and hits a shoulder block. Big E immediately comes back with a powerslam for a near fall. Rollins is tagged in, and he stomps Cena before Big E tags in. Big E stomps him before Kofi Kingston tags in. They trade tags and continue stomping Cena. Finally, Big E sends Kingston into Cena for a dropkick as Woods does a glissando on the trombone. The crowd appreciates that. The New Day wildly celebrate as we go to commercial.

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We come back from the break to see Kingston take Cena out with a cross-body block for a two count. Kingston applies a chin lock, but Cena fights up. Woods is so entertaining at ringside. It’s on another level of anything that’s been on the show. Kingston takes Cena out with an SOS for a near fall. Big E is tagged in, and he hits the ropes, but Cena gives him a back body drop over the top rope. Rollins is tagged in, and he comes off the top rope with a flying knee to the face. Darren Young breaks up the pin. Rollins stomps Cena before Kingston gets some cheap shots in. Woods continues to play tunes on the trombone and shout at him. Big E chokes him in the corner before punching him in the midsection. Big E gets him up for a sidewalk slam and does some squats as Woods plays the trombone. Big E then drops him with the sidewalk slam for a near fall. Big E takes Cena out with a delayed vertical suplex for another two count. Big E goes for a big splash, but Cena rolls out of the way.

Titus O’Neil is tagged in. O’Neil hits a shoulder block and a clothesline before knocking Kingston off the apron. O’Neil takes Big E out with a big boot before getting the crowd going. O’Neil sends Rollins to the apron, and Young drops him on the apron with a back suplex. O’Neil splashes him in the corner before Woods gets on the apron to distract him. Young pulls him off the apron into a Gut Check. Kingston boots Young in the face, and O’Neil knocks Kingston off the apron. Big E then gives O’Neil a belly-to-belly side suplex. Cena and Rollins are tagged in. Cena goes for an AA, but Rollins land on his feet. Rollins goes for a Pedigree, but Cena counters into an STF. Rollins claws to the corner and tags Kingston. Kingston hits a cross-body, but Cena rolls through and hits him with the AA for the win.

Winners by Pinfall: The Prime Time Players and John Cena
Match Rating: ** 1/4

John Cena does the “Millions Of Dollars” dance with The Prime Time Players before they go off to the back. Sting appears on the titantron before saying Rollins has had a heck of a night, but he never came for the statue. Sting has the lights turned on, and he’s in the garage with the statue. A garbage truck is parked next to him. Sting teases pushing the statue into it before finally doing so. The garbage truck crushes the statue. Sting jumps on the garbage truck and hangs off. Sting says he’ll see Rollins at Night Of Champions as he laughs.

Seth Rollins flips out and holds his two championships above his head. Stone Cold Steve Austin is seen greeting Edge and Christian backstage. The podcast is next.


Quick Match Results

Sasha Banks def. Paige
Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose def. The Ascension
Ryback def. Seth Rollins (non-title)
Randy Orton def. Sheamus
The Dudley Boyz def. Los Matadores
Cesaro DCO The Miz
The Prime Time Players and John Cena def. Seth Rollins and The New Day

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