Becky Lynch is seen looking at her RAW Women’s Championship. She’ll be on A Moment of Bliss later tonight.
Brock Lesnar is backstage with Paul Heyman. Heyman is polishing the Money in the Bank briefcase.
The Usos make their entrance and fist bump their cousin Roman Reigns on the way down the ramp. They’ll face The Revival, next.
Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre are walking backstage when one of the backstage interviewers stops them. The Miz walks up to them and says he’s not done with McMahon. McIntyre says McMahon is done with Miz, but if he wants to fight he’ll oblige. Miz says once he’s done with McIntyre, he’s coming for McMahon.
The Usos vs. The Revival
They show replays of the shameful attempts at comedy segments over the past three weeks.
The Revival attacks The Usos before the sound of the bell. They hit Jey with a backbreaker/diving leg drop combo for a two count, so apparently the bell has rung. The Revival sends Jey into the barricade. Wilder gets Jey in the ring and punches him. Scott Dawson tags in, and they hit a double-team suplex for a two count. Dawson talks trash to Jey and rips at the face. Dawson chops the chest, but Jey fights back. Jimmy tags in, and they get The Revival out of the ring.
We come back from the break to see Wilder applying a chin lock to Jimmy. Jimmy fights up and flips through a back suplex before kicking Wilder in the face. Dawson quickly tags in, but Jimmy hits him with an enzuigiri. Jey and Wilder are tagged in. Jey runs wild on Wilder before kicking him in the midsection and giving him an uppercut. Jey hits Wilder with a Samoan Drop before hitting Dawson with one. Jey hits a running hip bump on Dawson, but Wilder manages to avoid it. Jey kicks him back and hits a cross-body block for a two count. Wilder fights him off and goes to the top rope. Jey cuts him off, but Dawson blind tags in. Wilder powerbombs Jey, and Dawson follows up with an elbow drop for a two count. Dawson is frustrated with the referee’s count.
Dawson talks some trash to Jey before hitting an uppercut. They trade punches before Dawson tries for a backslide. Jimmy tags in, and The Usos hit stereo superkicks, but Wilder breaks up the pin. Wilder gets Jey outside and hits a tornado DDT on the floor! Jimmy hits Wilder with a suicide dive before getting in the ring. Jimmy manages to catch Dawson with a superkick for a near fall. The crowd is chanting, “This is awesome.” Jimmy catches Wilder with a back body drop. Dawson then rolls Jimmy up with a handful of tights for the win.
Winners by Pinfall: The Revival
Alexa Bliss is having her makeup done backstage. Nikki Cross walks up to her. Bliss says that Cross has done a good job standing in for her. The only problem is she didn’t win. Bliss knows how to cheer her up. The Revival come up celebrating and say they should be the guests on her show.
We’ll see another Firefly Fun House, next.
The Firefly Fun House theme song plays before being cut off by the images of Bray Wyatt in the scary clown mask. There are images of children with the words, “Let him in” written on them.
A Moment of Bliss w/ Becky Lynch
Alexa Bliss comes out to the stage with Nikki Cross by her side. Bliss asks where her coffee is, so a stagehand brings out two cups. Bliss pours more coffee from the second cup into hers. Bliss then gives the second cup to Cross. Bliss then introduces RAW Women’s Champion Becky Lynch.
The IIconics cut off Lynch before she can speak and make fun of her for losing the Smackdown Women’s Championship last night. Lynch says she’ll take them to the ring and become Becky Three Belts. Lacey Evans comes out and says Lynch lost her title because of her. Lynch says she beat Evans with only half her attention last night. Lynch challenges Evans and The IIconics. Cross says she’ll fight with Lynch. Lynch then pulls Bliss onto her team.
Becky Lynch, Nikki Cross, and Alexa Bliss vs. The IIconics and Lacey Evans
Becky Lynch will start against Billie Kay. Lynch shoulder blocks Kay down, so Peyton Royce tags in. They lock up, and Royce slides out of a body slam. Lynch quickly gets up and kicks Royce down. Nikki Cross tags in. Alexa Bliss is standing at ringside drinking her coffee. Cross hits Royce with a dropkick before avalanching her in the corner. Cross follows up with a running bulldog for a two count. Cross fights off The IIconics before going to the top rope. Cross hits Royce with a cross-body block for a two count. Royce quickly knocks Cross down and tags in Kay. The IIconics take Cross down and pose. Lacey Evans tags in and hits a slingshot bronco buster for a two count. Royce tags back in and applies a chin lock. Cross fights up, but Royce pulls her down by the hair. Evans tags in and taunts Lynch. Cross eventually gets away.
Lynch and Kay are tagged in. Lynch takes Kay down a few times. Evans walks off on her team. Lynch hits Kay with the Bexploder. Lynch goes to the top rope for a missile dropkick. Lynch knocks Royce off the apron before booting Kay down. Lynch hits a diving leg drop for the win.
Winners by Pinfall: Becky Lynch, Nikki Cross, and Alexa Bliss
The Miz will take on Drew McIntyre for the first time ever.
Mick Foley will unveil WWE’s newest championship, next.
WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley makes his entrance. Foley gets right to the point and wants to talk about the title on his shoulder. There’s been something missing from Monday Night RAW. It’s time to revisit the letters R-A-W. It’s time to make Monday night RAW again. For those superstars looking to step up, it takes a lot to be a champion in WWE. It’s not something you just defend. Championship titles are something you breathe, think about, covet, love, and sacrifice a few teeth and an ear. That’s how a legend is born. It consumes your life 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. With that being said, he introduces the 24/7 Championship.
It’s an ugly looking championship belt that has a big 24/7 logo on it and a green belt. The crowd boos. Foley says the falls can take place anywhere, even out of the ring. The third hour of RAW every week will have a title match open to anyone from any roster. Now they’ll have a championship scramble. Whoever grabs the championship is the inaugural champion.
A bunch of RAW jobbers run down the ramp tackling each other. No one can get in the ring. Eventually Titus O’Neil grabs it to become the inaugural champion. O’Neil celebrates on the ramp before being rolled up by Robert Roode. Roode is now the 24/7 Champion. Roode runs off without the title.
The Miz will take on Drew McIntyre, next.
Robert Roode is running backstage and hides behind a crate while a bunch of guys run by looking for him.
The Miz vs. Drew McIntyre w/ Shane McMahon
The match begins. McIntyre quickly gains the advantage. Shane McMahon is directing traffic from ringside. McIntyre suplexes Miz on the floor.
We come back from the break to see The Miz hit McIntyre with a sunset flip powerbomb off the ropes. Miz punches McIntyre back to the corner and kicks away at him. Miz hits a pair of running knees before sending him shoulder-first into the ring post. Miz hits his patented corner clothesline before hitting a springboard axe handle for a two count. Miz kicks away at him. McIntyre counters into a powerbomb attempt, but Miz counters with a hurricanrana. McIntyre soon comes back with an inverted Alabama Slam for a near fall. Miz fights back and hits a leg breaker. Miz goes for a Figure Four Leglock, but McIntyre kicks him off. McMahon gets a cheap shot in from ringside. McIntyre follows up with a spinebuster for a near fall.
Miz avoids the Claymore Kick and applies the Figure Four Leglock. McIntyre chops his way out of the hold. Miz sidesteps McIntyre and gets him out of the ring. Miz then hits him with a baseball slide. Miz chases after McMahon, but he goes into the crowd. Miz sends McIntyre into the barricade and puts him in the ring. McMahon attacks Miz from behind and puts him in the ring. McIntyre follows up with a Claymore Kick for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Drew McIntyre
McMahon says he has a parting gift for Miz and tells McIntyre to put him in the corner. Roman Reigns makes the save and Superman Punches McIntyre out of the ring. McMahon runs away.
Baron Corbin and Bobby Lashley are talking backstage when Robert Roode runs by. He’s trailed by a bunch of RAW Superstars.
Seth Rollins and Kofi Kingston are interviewed backstage. They’re going to take care of business before dealing with Brock Lesnar. The main event is next.
Footage is shown of Rey Mysterio beating Samoa Joe last night at Money in the Bank. Joe’s shoulder was clearly off the mat. Michael Cole says Rey Mysterio suffered a separated shoulder.
Samoa Joe does an interview. Joe says he’ll give Mysterio a chance to lead by example and give his championship back. Joe tells him to be an example to Dominick.
We’ll find out the state of the United States Championship next week.
24/7 Champion Robert Roode is running backstage when he bumps into R-Truth. R-Truth helps Roode hide in a car trunk. R-Truth sends the pack of wrestlers in the wrong direction. R-Truth lets Roode out of the trunk and then rolls him up with a referee there to count the pin. R-Truth is the new 24/7 Champion and drives off.
WWE Champion Kofi Kingston makes his way to the ring. The main event is next.
Kofi Kingston and Seth Rollins vs. Baron Corbin and Bobby Lashley
While Seth Rollins is making his entrance, Baron Corbin and Bobby Lashley attack him from behind. They also attack Kofi Kingston.
Rollins wants the match to start. This match is No Disqualifications. Corbin hits Rollins with a Deep Six for a two count. Lashley sends Kingston into the barricade. Corbin punches Rollins down, but Rollins comes back with an enzuigiri. It’s interesting to note that for the third hour they have changed the look of the show with a different style of lighting for the stage. Kingston tags in and takes Lashley down before giving him the Boom Drop. Kingston knocks Corbin off the apron. Lashley attacks, but Kingston flips through a suplex. Kingston hits a double jump cross-body block. Corbin breaks up the pin before punching Rollins off the apron. Corbin and Lashley send Kingston and Corbin into the barricade.
We come back from the break to see Corbin and Lashley dominating Rollins and Kingston. Rollins goes for a suicide dive, but Corbin counters with a chokeslam on the apron. Corbin then buries Rollins under chairs in the timekeeper’s area. Corbin gets in the ring and hits a chokeslam backbreaker for a two count. Corbin and Lashley go for a double-team superplex on Kingston, but Rollins hits them with chairs. Rollins takes Corbin down and sets up for a Stomp, but Lashley pulls him out of the ring. Kingston and Lashley try for a tackle over the top rope, but it doesn’t work out. Rollins hits Corbin and Lashley with a suicide dive. Kingston then wipes them out with a trust fall. Kingston gets in the ring and pins Corbin after Trouble in Paradise.
Winners by Pinfall: Kofi Kingston and Seth Rollins
Lashley spears both Kingston and Rollins. Rollins and Kingston fight them off, and Brock Lesnar makes his way to the ring. Lesnar teases getting in the ring, but Rollins and Kingston are holding chairs. Heyman says they’ll come back next week and tell the world who he’ll cash in on.