WWE RAW Results
September 25, 2017
Commentary: Michael Cole, Corey Graves and Booker T
Results by: Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com
“Then. Now. Forever.” The WWE video leads us into the show.
Miz TV with special guest Roman Reigns
The Miz’ music hits, and he’s already in the ring with The Miztourage. We’re set for another episode of Miz TV. Last night, The Miz defeated Jason Jordan to retain the WWE Intercontinental Championship with an assist from The Miztourage. Miz welcomes the crowd to Miz TV. After last night’s victory, tonight is a night of celebration. We are in Southern California. After Miz TV is over, he’s going to drive to his home in Hollywood Hills, slide next to his pregnant wife, and discuss their unborn child’s future. His child won’t be a loser like Kurt Angle’s son, Jason Jordan.
Before he does that, he’d like to get to his guest. He’s the so called “Big Dog” of WWE. Last night, he had an historic victory over John Cena. Miz tells them to get out of their seats and welcome his guest, Roman Reigns. The crowd boos him while he makes his entrance. Reigns takes his time getting into the ring. The crowd boos him the whole time. Miz apologizes for the crowd and welcomes him to the show. Reigns says he likes it loud, but that doesn’t get a loud reaction. Miz mentions that Reigns beat Undertaker at WrestleMania and had an equally impressive victory against John Cena. On RAW Talk, Cena said this was a “passing of the torch moment.” How does he feel with that coming from Cena? Reigns says he’ll cut to the chase and says he respects John Cena now. Cena said a lot of stuff to him and backed it all up in the ring. The fact is Cena did it for 15 years. There’s not another top guy that can say that. That’s why he’s proud to say that he beat Cena last night. It was the biggest win he’s ever had in his entire career. Miz wasn’t the only one celebrating. Reigns had a long night and has a hurt back and doesn’t understand why he’s talking to an idiot like Miz.
Miz says Reigns is THE guy, but THE guy in the ring is the guy with the championships. At No Mercy, he retained his title and made it the most prestigious title in WWE. Miz proved that Jason Jordan is nothing but a loser. Reigns says he’s been in the ring with Miz and Jordan, and Jordan is a thoroughbred. Miz couldn’t beat him one-on-one. If it weren’t for The Miztourage, he’d have lost. In fact, they can run to the back and get him a beer. Miz says this is a classy establishment and there is no beer drinking on Miz TV. It’s funny Reigns said that to him because when he first came to WWE, he rode the coattails of two other superstars. Five years ago, if The Miztourage was around, no one would remember The Shield. Miz asks him to ponder what would happen if The Miztourage beat The Shield. Reigns says they’d have whooped their ass no problem. Miz won’t get that because Dean and Seth are doing their thing, and he’s doing his. Reigns is going after The Beast for the Universal Championship. Miz mentions how many times Reigns choked against Samoa Joe, Braun Strowman, and Brock Lesnar. Reigns has never been Universal Champion, but he acts like he’s better than Miz. Miz has carried this show and made the title what it is today. Miz will not be disrespected. Reigns suggests they have a match. Reigns asks the crowd if they want to see him beat The Miz tonight. Miz yells that he has a suit on. Miz quickly leaves the ring.
Kurt Angle’s music hits, and the RAW General Manager makes his way to the stage to a big reaction. Angle tells Miz to tell Maryse he’ll be home late tonight because he loves the idea of a match with him and Roman Reigns tonight. The Miztourage is also in action right now. Jeff Hardy’s shoulder may be busted up, but his brother Matt is ready to go with his tag team partner, his son Jason Jordan.
Matt Hardy makes his entrance alongside his injured brother, Jeff Hardy.
The Miztourage vs. Matt Hardy and Jason Jordan
Jason Jordan will start against Bo Dallas. Jordan quickly takes him down with a double leg and slaps him in the back of the head before kneeing Curtis Axel in the midsection. Jordan quickly takes Dallas down with a running back elbow. Dallas quickly kicks him back and tags in Axel. Jordan slams Axel into the corner, lifts him back up, and slams him into the opposite corner. Jordan then hits a northern lights suplex for a two count. Matt Hardy tags in, and they hit Axel with a double-team back elbow. Hardy drops a fist for a two count. Hardy elbows him in the neck a few times before hitting a side Russian leg sweep. Hardy drops a trio of legs for another two count. Hardy catches him with a headlock takeover and cinches it in. The crowd is chanting, “DELETE.” Axel fights up and sends him to the corner. Hardy quickly boots him back and hits a tornado DDT. Dallas runs in, and Hardy takes him down with a hip toss. Jordan then comes in and dropkicks him out of the ring.
We come back from the break to see Axel applying a chin lock to Jordan. Jordan fights up and punches out, but Axel clubs him down. Axel scoop slams him and tags in Dallas. They drop knees on Jordan. Axel tags back in. Dallas drops a knee, and Axel follows up with a rolling neck snapper for a two count. During the commercial, Dallas came near Jeff Hardy, so Jordan sent him into the barricade. Axel then hit Jordan with a diving clothesline off the apron. Back to live action, Dallas is in the ring and beating on Jordan in the corner. Axel tags in, and Dallas sends Jordan into Axel’s knee for a near fall. Axel applies a chin lock, but Jordan starts to fight up. Axel tries to control him with a front facelock, but Jordan pushes him off. Axel sends him into the ropes, but he holds on. Axel charges, but Jordan counters by sending him out of the ring.
Hardy and Dallas are tagged in. Hardy punches away at him and starts bouncing him wildly off the turnbuckles. Jordan’s cheek was busted open. Hardy clotheslines Dallas in the corner and follows up with a running bulldog for a two count. Hardy comes off the second rope with an elbow to the back of the neck. Hardy catches him with a neckbreaker for a near fall. Hardy signals for the Twist of Fate, but Dallas rolls him up for a two count. Hardy quickly pops up and hits a Side Effect, but Axel breaks it up. Jordan runs in and puts Axel in the corner. Jordan then sends Dallas into Axel and shoulders them both. Jordan then hits Axel with an overhead belly-to-belly suplex. Hardy then drops Dallas with a Twist of Fate for the win.
Winners by Pinfall: Matt Hardy and Jason Jordan
Video Package: Brock Lesnar defeats Braun Strowman at No Mercy
Elias is in the ring, and the crowd beats him with loud boos. Elias plays a riff and asks who wants to walk with him. Last night, he walked right through Apollo Crews at No Mercy. Tonight is the encore. Elias tells them to hold their applause and tune in. Elias sings that Crews is a loser. Titus Worldwide is going to fail, which the world will clearly see. This town is an awful place, so he’ll wipe the smile off Apollo’s face.
Elias vs. Apollo Crews w/ Titus O’Neil
They lock up and neither man can get an advantage. They tussle into the corner and shove each other. Elias wrenches the arm, but Crews turns it around on him. Crews hooks a side headlock and takes him down. Elias tries to whip him off, but Crews keeps the headlock applied before taking him back down. Elias fights up and backs him into the ropes. Elias whips him to the corner, but Crews slingshots over him and backflips before hitting a dropkick. Crews kicks him in the head and takes him down with a diving clothesline before kipping up. Crews puts him on the apron and kicks him to the floor. An “Apollo” chant picks up. Crews then hits a plancha before chest bumping Titus O’Neil. Elias kicks O’Neil in the knee. Crews quickly beat on Elias and puts him in the ring before checking on O’Neil. Crews gets in the ring, but Elias immediately big boots him. Elias follows up with Drift Away for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Elias
O’Neil gets in the ring and powers Elias into the corner before punching him down. Elias quickly gets out of the ring and scurries up the ramp. O’Neil is furious and rubs his knee.
Coming up next, we’ll see Finn Bálor.
Charly Caruso is backstage with Finn Bálor. She congratulates him on his victory over Bray Wyatt. She asks what he has to say to Wyatt now. Bálor thanks him for doubting him as a man and for making him conjure up his inner strength. Bálor hopes Wyatt experiences humility not just for him, but for Goldust and all the people he victimized in the past. She mentions that his feud with Wyatt is over, so where does he go from here? Bálor says he wants to reclaim his Universal Championship.
Curt Hawkins is in the ring. He’s tired of being the guy with a 118 match losing streak. That all ends tonight. Who wants to make history with him? Braun Strowman answers the call!
Curt Hawkins vs. Braun Strowman
Strowman charges the ring, and Hawkins immediately leaves the ring and goes through the crowd. Strowman goes through the crowd and chases him down. Strowman grabs him and chokeslams him through a table the tech guys were using. Strowman throws him onto the stage, scoops him up, and hits a Running Powerslam through the LED wall of the set! The match never got underway.
Strowman gets in the ring and says after last night he’s on a path of destruction. Strowman isn’t leaving until someone comes out and gives him a real fight. Dean Ambrose’s music hits, and he comes out and pretends to show concern for Hawkins before shrugging it off. Ambrose’s shoulder is taped up. He’ll face Strowman, next.
Replays are shown of the vicious beating Braun Strowman just gave Curt Hawkins.
Braun Strowman vs. Dean Ambrose
The bell rings, and Ambrose quickly ducks a pair of clotheslines. Ambrose jobs and chops away at him before Strowman pushes him off. Strowman whips him hard into the corner before twisting his arm around the middle rope. Strowman puts him on the top rope, punches him, and slams him into the opposite corner. Ambrose slaps Strowman in the face before flopping. Strowman stomps him before lifting him up and clubbing him down. Strowman sends him into the ropes, but Ambrose ducks two clotheslines. Strowman catches Ambrose and goes for a Running Powerslam, but Ambrose counters into a sleeper hold. Strowman quickly powers him into the corner and avalanches him. Strowman lets out a guttural scream and punches Ambrose around the ring. Ambrose keeps bouncing back, but Strowman finally takes him down with a head-butt. Strowman steps on his chest for a one count. Strowman applies an arm bar and sends him to the corner, but Ambrose comes back with a boot. Ambrose punches away at him, but Strowman swipes him out of the ring. Strowman goes outside and sends him into the barricade. Strowman goes to crack him in the chest, but Ambrose pokes him in the eye and sends him into the ring post.
Ambrose gets in the ring and attacks Strowman when he gets in. Strowman shoves him away and charges, but Ambrose pulls the top rope down to get him out of the ring. Ambrose goes for a suicide dive, but Strowman catches him. Ambrose counters into a sick tornado DDT on the floor! Ambrose gets in the ring and looks for a count-out, but Strowman gets in. Ambrose kicks him and dropkicks him down for a two count. Ambrose hits a clothesline, but Strowman stays standing. Ambrose tries two more times before Strowman goes for a chokeslam. Ambrose gets out and sidesteps a shoulder in the corner. Strowman hits the ring post shoulder first. Ambrose goes for a diving elbow off the top rope, but Strowman catches and Powerslams him down for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Braun Strowman
Roman Reigns will face The Miz later tonight.
Kurt Angle is talking to the referee for the main event and tells him to keep an eye on The Miztourage. Enzo Amore comes in gloating about winning the WWE Cruiserweight Championship. Enzo asks how big Angle wants to make RAW. Angle says he wants it to be as big as possible. Enzo wants to have a celebration for his title victory. Angle isn’t sure his victory is worthy of a celebration. Enzo asks if he’s an Olympic hater. Angle says he’ll get his celebration. Angle asks if that’s his first title reign, and Enzo says it is. Angle wants to offer him some advice, but Enzo declines and walks off.
Alexa Bliss will be out, next.
Dean Ambrose is recovering backstage when Seth Rollins gives him an ice pack. Rollins tells him to stop being so destructive because it affects him too. Ambrose says he’s a little too predictable, which upsets Rollins. Rollins says he’ll ask Kurt Angle to face Braun Strowman next week. Rollins says for tonight, he’s got to kick Sheamus’ teeth down his throat. Ambrose wishes him luck before admitting the Strowman thing was a bad idea.
Alexa Bliss gloats about her victory at No Mercy
RAW Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss makes her way to the ring. Bliss says she knows she doesn’t always see eye to eye with the crowd, but she thinks of them as friends. You have to be honest with your friends. She has to tell them the truth. She is very disappointed in each and every one of them. She beat four women last night. They were the best Monday Night RAW has to offer in Bayley, Emma, Sasha Banks, and Nia Jax. This morning, she checked her phone and expected to see people congratulating her. It was full of nonsense and gossip. People are wondering about Sasha and Bayley or talking about Asuka debuting at WWE TLC. She asks what’s wrong with them. They’re so fascinated with what will happen tomorrow that they don’t appreciate being in the presence of a goddess right now. She doesn’t need this disrespect from them. She cleaned out the entire Women’s Division.
Mickie James’ music hits, and she comes out to the ring. James says Bliss had a great night last night, but she wasn’t in that match. Bliss hasn’t beat her yet. James says after her great night, Bliss had some real tall talk on RAW Talk. James invites her to say what she said again. Bliss says she respects James. If she didn’t, she wouldn’t have brought her back to WWE. James might actually be on her Top 8 on MySpace, which is when James was relevant. James asks if she’s scared. Bliss thinks James has a lot to offer WWE. She still has a few fans that think she’s still got it. Bliss thinks it’s great that James’ demographic has someone to represent them. In the ring, she respects James, but she doesn’t want to see her break a hip. James says the last thing she needs is someone like Bliss run down her accolades. She knows who she is. She’s a six-time Women’s Champion and has broken bones, hearts, and barriers for women in WWE all before Bliss was wearing a training bra, which is obviously still working out well for her. What she wants is Bliss to repeat what she said on RAW Talk like a real woman — to her face. James says Bliss either says what she says or she gets out of the ring because this place is no place for a coward. Bliss says that James is an old lady. James slaps her and takes her down with a Mick Kick. Bliss rolls out of the ring and retreats.
Roman Reigns will take on The Miz in the main event. Coming up next, Seth Rollins will face Sheamus.
Seth Rollins vs. Sheamus w/ Cesaro
The bell rings, and Sheamus immediately starts attacking Rollins. Sheamus punches away at him before sending him to the corner, but Rollins sidesteps him. Sheamus hits the ring post shoulder first and falls out of the ring. Rollins hits him with a suicide dive before smiling at Cesaro, who obviously due to his teeth isn’t smiling. Rollins gets Sheamus in the ring and goes for a springboard, but Sheamus counters into an Irish Curse Backbreaker. Sheamus stomps away at him before hitting a suplex for a one count. Sheamus punches away at him before going to the second rope for a diving knee drop to the ribs for a near fall. Sheamus applies a stretch muffler, but Rollins counters by sitting up. Sheamus counters that with a sit-out powerbomb for a near fall. Sheamus quickly goes to the Irish Cloverleaf. Rollins screams in pain, but he eventually claws to the bottom rope. Sheamus charges, but Rollins gives him a back body drop over the top rope. Sheamus gets on the apron, and Rollins punches him. Sheamus snaps him off the top rope and viciously kicks him in the face for a near fall. Sheamus and Cesaro taunt the crowd. Sheamus goes for a Brogue Kick, but Rollins ducks it. Sheamus quickly boots him down and goes to the top rope. Sheamus jumps into a superkick from Rollins. Rollins immediately pulls him in for a Ripcord Knee for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Seth Rollins
Coming up next, we’ll take a look at Roman Reigns’ victory over John Cena at WWE No Mercy.
Finn Bálor is walking backstage when he sees Goldust. Bálor calls him “Goldy.” Goldust says he knows he’s an extraordinary man, but what gives him the right to take shots at his expense. Goldust is not a victory. He didn’t ask for Bálor’s help and didn’t need it. Goldust can do it all by himself. Bálor says he has nothing but respect for him and considers him a friend. Bálor apologizes for offending him in any way. Goldust says maybe Bálor is right and apologizes. Goldust then attacks Bálor and slams him onto a steel structure. Goldust quotes The Godfather II and tells him to keep his friends close, but his enemies closer.
Video Package: Roman Reigns defeats John Cena at WWE No Mercy
Coming up next, Roman Reigns will take on The Miz.
Roman Reigns vs. The Miz w/ The Miztourage
The bell rings, and they take a few moments before Miz tries to beg Reigns off. Miz wants to shake hands and walk off. Reigns shakes his hand, but he won’t release it. Reigns ducks a right hand and knocks Miz out of the ring with a punch. The Miztourage quickly checks on The Miz and shouts at Reigns. Miz teases getting in the ring, and Reigns laughs at him. Reigns gets out of the ring and scares The Miztourage back. Miz gets in the ring and applies a headlock to Reigns when he gets in. Reigns powers out and applies a side headlock. Miz whips him off, but Reigns shoulder blocks him down. The referee checks on The Miz. Bo Dallas uses the distraction to snap Reigns off the top rope. Miz boots Reigns in the face twice for a two count. Miz elbows away at Reigns before applying a chin lock. Reigns eventually powers out of it and punches him down. Miz quickly grabs the pants and pulls Reigns out of the ring. The Miz distracts the referee while Axel and Dallas slam Reigns into the barricade. Miz gets Reigns in the ring for a two count. Miz starts doing the Daniel Bryan dropkicks in the corner. Reigns counters a third dropkick with a Samoan Drop for a near fall. Reigns grabs his lower back in pain. The commentators say this is an effect of the four Attitude Adjustments he took.
Reigns clotheslines him down twice before hitting a jumping clothesline. Miz scurries to the corner, so Reigns clubs away at him ten times. Reigns then big boots him down. Reigns sets up in the corner, but The Miztourage distracts him. Miz then catches Reigns with his patented corner clothesline. Miz starts up the IT (YES) Kicks, but Reigns blocks the big one and goes for a powerbomb. Miz slides off and goes for a Skull Crushing Finale, but Reigns gets out. Reigns hits Miz with a Superman Punch before punching Axel and Dallas off the apron. Miz gets out of the ring to recover. Reigns hits Axel and Dallas with a Drive By Dropkick. Reigns gets in the ring, and Miz hits a big kneeling DDT for a near fall. Miz goes for a Skull Crushing Finale, but Reigns fights out. Reigns ducks a clothesline and hits a Spear for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Roman Reigns
The Miztourage attacks Reigns from behind and stomps away at him. They hold Reigns up for Miz to hit a Skull Crushing Finale, but Reigns fights them off. Reigns clears the ring of The Miztourage before hitting Miz with a Superman Punch. The crowd boos him loudly. Reigns goes for a powerbomb on The Miz, but The Miztourage cracks him in the back with a steel chair. They assault him with two chairs and slam them into his ribs. They then hold Reigns up for Miz to hit the Skull Crushing Finale. The Miz stands tall with The Miztourage.
They leave the ring before Miz notices Reigns getting up. Miz and The Miztourage quickly charge the ring, and Miz cracks him in the midsection and the back with the steel chair. The Miztourage gets Reigns to his feet, and Miz hits a Skull Crushing Finale on the steel chair! Miz grabs another chair and slams it off Reigns’ back. Miz holds out his fist, and he and The Miztourage do The Shield’s old triple fist bump!
Later tonight, we’ll see Enzo Amore’s Certified G Championship Celebration. Coming up next, Finn Bálor will take on Goldust.
Goldust vs. Finn Bálor
The bell rings, and Bálor quickly attacks Goldust with right hands. Goldust comes back with some punches, but Bálor quickly sends him out of the ring. Bálor dropkicks him into the barricade before throwing him into the barricade. Bálor punches him before sending him ribs-first into the barricade and putting him in the ring. Goldust quickly knees him on the apron and sends him into the ring post shoulder-first. Bray Wyatt attacked the ribs last night at No Mercy. Goldust drops the ribs on the barricade and gets in the ring.
We come back from the break to see Goldust applying a bear hug. Bálor fights up and punches out before kicking him in the midsection. Bálor chops the chest and sends him to the opposite corner for a chop. Goldust reverses a whip and kicks him in the ribs trying a slingshot. Goldust follows up with a spinebuster for a near fall. Goldust creepily rubs Bálor’s body before going for a Final Cut, but Bálor fights out. Bálor’s ribs are too hurt to capitalize. Goldust uppercuts him, but Bálor comes back with an overhead kick. Bálor takes him down and stomps away at him. Bálor follows up with a Sling Blade a stiff dropkick into the corner. Bálor goes to the top rope and hits the Coup de Grace for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Finn Bálor
The screen flashes with Bray Wyatt’s video, and a child starts singing, “He’s Got The Whole World In His Hands.” Then the video flashes to end the segment.
Bayley and Sasha Banks will take on Nia Jax and Emma later tonight.
Still photos are shown from the Fatal 5-Way Match when Alexa Bliss retained the title by pinning Bayley.
Bayley is stretching when Sasha Banks walks in. They have an awkward encounter about texting each other. Banks is upset Bayley stopped her from winning the title. Banks says she’s over it, and they need to concentrate on Nia Jax and Emma. Nia Jax tried to end Bayley’s career. Bayley says for the past month, she’s been replaying the sound of her shoulder popping. Tonight, she’ll make Nia Jax feel her pain. They shake hands.
Elsewhere backstage, Kurt Angle is talking on the phone when Enzo Amore stops him. Enzo says people are jealous. Enzo needs a no contact clause. If Neville or any of the Cruiserweights lay a hand on him, they forfeit any title opportunities. Angle agrees, but he throws in that Enzo is annoying as hell.
Nia Jax makes her entrance. She’ll team with Emma to take on Sasha Banks and Bayley, next.
Nia Jax and Emma vs. Sasha Banks and Bayley
Bayley will start against Nia Jax. Bayley kicks her before laying in some forearms. Jax simply blocks one and attacks the shoulder before avalanching her in the corner. Jax goes for a Samoan Drop, but Banks pulls her off. Jax knocks Banks to the floor before avalanching Bayley. Jax then sends Bayley into Banks, and they crash to ringside.
We come back from the break to see Bayley fight out of a rest hold from Emma. Emma clotheslines her for a two count. Jax tags back in and goes to slam Bayley, but she gets out. Jax applies an overhead wristlock an Bayley before hitting a falling leg drop to the recently healed shoulder for a two count! Jax powers Bayley into the corner and tags in Emma. Emma stomps her, but Bayley soon fights her off and boots her down. Bayley kicks Emma into Jax.
Banks tags in and hits a pair of clotheslines followed by a dropkick. Banks comes back with a sloppy looking head-scissor takeover. Banks hits Jax before catching Emma with double knees in the corner. Jax breaks up the pin and throws Bayley out of the ring. Jax goes to leave the ring, but Banks catches her with a dropkick. Jax goes to give Bayley a Samoan Drop on the floor, but Banks stops it. They eventually send Jax into the ring post. Emma rolls Banks up for a near fall. Bayley tags in and goes to the top rope just to jump over Emma. Bayley then hits Bayley-To-Belly for the win.
Winners by Pinfall: Sasha Banks and Bayley
Enzo Amore is talking to himself backstage in preparation for his celebration. It’s next.
Next week on RAW, we’ll see Seth Rollins take on Braun Strowman. We’ll also see Roman Reigns take on The Miz for the WWE Intercontinental Championship.
Enzo Amore’s Cruiserweight Championship Celebration
Enzo Amore’s music hits, and the WWE Cruiserweight Champion comes out to a better reception than he’s received in recent weeks. Enzo goes through his usual shtick while the crowd says it along with him. Enzo gets in the ring and says it was all a dream until it became a reality. Enzo Amore is your new Cruiserweight Champion. That gets a so-so reaction. Enzo says he woke up this morning in his California king bed. He looked over and saw the most beautiful woman he’d ever laid eyes on, and he started reflecting. In the past couple of months, he’s dealt with some real haters. Over the last few months, he’s received some major scrutiny and ate some humble pie, but he’s full now. They’re just jealous like his former tag team partner Big Cass. The last time he saw him, he was hobbling and crying out of a Brooklyn arena. That schmuck said he held him back, but he has a title and Cass has a bad knee. Enzo held Cass up. When he thinks about the WWE Universe and the “You Can’t Wrestle” chants, those same words were once said to John Cena, Batista, and The Rock. They had mainstream power like he does. At the end of the day, he really did it. In order to celebrate his win, he’s going to retire his jersey and unveils it. Enzo also did something the other Cruiserweights couldn’t do – make 205 Live relevant.
The entire roster of Cruiserweights come out to the 205 Live music, which Enzo calls terrible. Enzo calls them all a bunch of haters. Enzo says he can see “Richie Swann,” and he calls him small. Swann danced his way to a title and then danced his way to being a nobody. Enzo then calls out Cedric Alexander and says he’s the man charisma forgot. As for Gran Metalik, he likes him but he’s got nerve coming out here. With a gut like his, there’s no way he’s under 205. As for Drew Gulak, he’s happy he doesn’t have his Captain Underpants gear on tonight.
Enzo keeps on going until Neville’s music hits, and he comes out with dark circles under his eyes and looking lethargic. Enzo says Neville’s crown is on the shoulder of a real man. Enzo says with the satellite disks he has for ears, he heard him. The truth hurts. Enzo dances around the ring while holding up the title. Neville says Enzo is right. The truth is brutal. The truth is that Enzo is such an unbearable, toxic individual that he’s alienated everyone he’s come into contact with. The crowd cheers that. Enzo arrived on Monday Night RAW to much fanfare, but two years later he was dumped on their doorstep like an unwanted little slug because no one wants him. If it were left to him, he’d have left Enzo out in the cold to rot. It was the Cruiserweights behind him, the so-called “nobodies,” that insisted he gets an opportunity. Is this how he repays them? Enzo says he repays them by making them stars. Neville says Enzo is nothing but a disgrace and made a joke out of them, this division, and his Cruiserweight Championship. When Enzo kicked him where the sun doesn’t shine, he made a joke out of Neville. Now on behalf of the entire Cruiserweight Division, he is here to end him.
Neville drops the microphone and charges the ring. Enzo holds up the clause that says if he lays a hand on him, he won’t get a title opportunity. Enzo says this is the last hour of RAW. This is the main event. In nine months of holding the title, Neville never sniffed this hour. That’s the truth, and he knows it. The reason he’s out here with these Cruiserweights is because he’s a star. Neville and the Cruiserweights can’t touch his merchandise checks. Enzo tells him to get out of the ring and go home. Neville spin kicks him and sends him into the framed jersey. Neville throws him out of the ring and drives him into the barricade. Neville drives him into the barricade a second time. Enzo tries to run away, but the Cruiserweights back him up to the ring. They hate him. Neville puts Enzo in the ring and shoves the no contact clause in his mouth before kicking him in the face. The crowd and the Cruiserweights are clapping. Neville then sets him up and hits the Red Arrow to a decent reception. Enzo is left laying to end the show.
Quick Match Results
* Matt Hardy and Jason Jordan def. The Miztourage
* Elias def. Apollo Crews
* Braun Strowman def. Dean Ambrose
* Seth Rollins def. Sheamus
* Roman Reigns def. The Miz (non-title)
* Finn Bálor def. Goldust
* Sasha Banks and Bayley def. Nia Jax and Emma