WWE Monday Night RAW 04 01 2024

WWE Raw Results
April 1, 2024
Brooklyn, New York (Barclays Center)
Commentary: Michael Cole and Pat McAfee
Results by: Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com

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

We see footage of the WrestleMania XL set being built inside Lincoln Financial Field.

Cameras are positioned outside of the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.

Video: The Rock decimated “The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes last week on Raw. After the show went off the air, The Rock continued to attack Rhodes with the weightlifting belt.

The first hour of Raw is going to be commercial-free.

The Rock addresses his beating of Cody Rhodes and WrestleMania XL


The Rock makes his way to the ring to a MASSIVE pop from the Brooklyn crowd. The Rock takes his time and poses on the turnbuckles. The crowd is absolutely buzzing with a mix of boos and “Rocky” chants. The Final Boss stares out at the crowd. The Rock listens to the buzzing crowd and teases saying something into the microphone before putting it down. Brooklyn is on fire.

The Rock finally brings the microphone to his lips and says, “I made that boy bleed.” The crowd starts to boo. The Rock took his hands and wrapped them around Cody Rhodes’ head, ramming it into the bus and busting him open. There was blood on The Rock’s hands. The Rock did what he said he would do and put it on the belt. The only thing missing from that belt were the tears of Momma Rhodes. The crowd loudly boos. The Rock is a man of his word and whispered to Rhodes last week that he would make him bleed. The Rock kept his word, and the Cody Crybabies did not like that. They were so upset that The Rock made their hero bleed. Are there any Cody Crybabies here tonight? Many in the crowd cheer, but then emerge loud “Rocky” chants. The Rock laughs at them because they are grown adults crying over Cody Rhodes.

There were some reactions that stopped The Rock in his tracks. Videos are shown on social media of children crying about the beating The Rock gave Cody Rhodes. The Rock smirks before saying stuff like that breaks his heart like it does for many. The Rock is a proud three-time girl dad. When he sees little ones crying, it breaks his heart. However, to those mommies and daddies, he wants them to put their kids in front of the TV. Uncle Rock is going to drop some gospel. There are moments in life when a man has got to do what a man has got to do. There are moments in life when people talk shit that shouldn’t talk shit. The Rock has to beat that punk ass down over and over again. A loud “Rocky” chant fires up again.

The Rock asks if Brooklyn feels it. They’re feeling the energy and the manna. Professional wrestling is cool. The ratings have skyrocketed because of The Rock. Tonight, they have set a record for the largest domestic gate in the history of WWE Raw. The Rock congratulates the crowd. This is the 13th consecutive televised segment. There is one reason why because finally we are five days out from WrestleMania. Also, “Finally, the Final Boss has come back to Brooklyn.” There are more loud “Rocky” chants. The Rock says he didn’t come alone.

Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns’ music hits to a big reaction. Reigns comes out looking very confident alongside “The Wise Man” Paul Heyman, Jimmy Uso, and Solo Sikoa. This is the 1,310th day of Reigns’ championship reign. Roman Reigns will tie Hulk Hogan for most WrestleMania main events on Saturday. On Sunday, he will surpass Hogan.

Heyman hands the microphone to Reigns. Reigns says, “Brooklyn, New York… acknowledge me!” The crowd continues to buzz. Reigns says if you’ve seen his A&E biography, they already know this. However, on his hoodie, it says it all: “Family above all.” Reigns is here to acknowledge his family. “YEET” chants pick up, and Reigns looks confused. Reigns says, “No YEET.” If they continue with that, he’ll leave. More “YEET” chants pick up. Reigns apologizes to The Rock for the idiots because they’re distracting him. Reigns is trying to put his family over and tells the crowd to shut their mouths.

Reigns wants to thank his cousin because this going to be the easiest WrestleMania of his life. A Tag Team Match to determine the stipulation for Sunday night… they’re going to smash those fools. Then it’s Bloodline Rules on Sunday, and they’ll have their way with Cody. Reigns thanks The Rock, but acknowledges that he went above and beyond like he normally does. He made Rhodes bleed. He whopped him. Reigns didn’t need him to do it, but it felt good to see him do it. For that, Reigns thanks The Rock again. The Rock puts his family above all, as Reigns does. That’s how you lead. Rhodes isn’t fit to wear these shoes. He’s a politician. When they started making this thing cool again in 2020, he was somewhere else doing nothing. Rhodes thought he wanted to be involved in what The Tribal Chief was doing. They let him play around, but he can’t take him off the mountaintop. This is their mountain. On Sunday, it won’t be more crystal clear…


World Heavyweight Champion Seth “Freakin” Rollins makes his way to the ring through the crowd a la the old Shield entrance. Brooklyn loudly sings Rollins’ song. Rollins stays in the crowd and listens to them sing. Rollins says if the idiots in the ring think he’s going to walk into that ambush after what they did to Cody Rhodes, they’re stupider than he thought. If they want to do that to him, they’ve got to come to him and fight the whole city of Brooklyn.

Last week, they crossed the line. The time for talking is over. Rollins is ready for a fight. Rollins isn’t just talking about five days from WrestleMania. Rollins wants to fight tonight. We’re five days from WrestleMania. It’s the biggest WrestleMania of all time. Here in Brooklyn, it’s the biggest Monday Night Raw of all time. Brooklyn deserves the biggest main event of all time. Rollins says Rock and Reigns think these people are all here because of them. Why don’t they put their money where their mouths are? Tonight in the main event, it’s Seth “Freakin” Rollins versus “The Final Boss” The Rock! The crowd explodes! There is a massive “YES” chant. Rollins says “old DJ” doesn’t have the balls. Maybe his cousin, “The Tribal Chief,” has grown a set in the last few years. If The Rock doesn’t want to fight him, he’ll take on Roman Reigns in the main event tonight. Who wants to fight the real champ? They can even do it with a stipulation. Who’s got the balls?

The crowd is absolutely electric. The Rock calls Rollins a punk. Rollins has just challenged the most dominant champion in the history of the WWE and the Final Boss. The Rock beat Rollins’ partner so badly. Rollins doesn’t want none of them tonight or at WrestleMania. The crowd is loudly booing. Rollins isn’t fighting them, but they always have a plan. A loud “Rocky sucks” chant fires up. Solo Sikoa takes the microphone and the crowd boos. Sikoa says Rollins isn’t fighting the Tribal Chief or the Final Boss tonight. Rollins is going to fight Sikoa tonight. The crowd is not happy about that.

Rollins says Sikoa has the biggest bag in the Bloodline and accepts the challenge. The Rock says it will be Bloodline Rules for this match.

Michael Cole and Pat McAfee break down what just happened.

Video: Earlier today, Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley and Becky Lynch got into a confrontation on “The MMA Hour” with Ariel Helwani.

Backstage Interview

Cathy Kelley is backstage with Becky Lynch. Kelley asks about what happened earlier today. Lynch says she’s here to finish what she started. She will be in the ring later tonight if Ripley wants to answer the call.

8-Man Tag Team Match
The New Day (Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods) and #DIY (Johnny Gargano and Tommaso Ciampa) vs. The Judgment Day (Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions Damian Priest and Finn Bálor, JD McDonagh, and “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio)

Replays are shown of The Judgment Day laying waste to the New Day and #DIY last week on Raw.

The New Day and #DIY knock The Judgment Day off the apron as they make their entrance. All four men take out the Judgment Day with stereo planchas. Gargano throws Bálor into the ring and starts the match against him. Bálor attacks Gargano and punches away at him in the corner. Mysterio tags in to loud boos. Mysterio knocks Kofi Kingston off the apron before attacking Gargano. Mysterio goes for the Three Amigos on Gargano, but he only gets through two. Bálor quickly tags in, but Gargano avoids his attack. Gargano gets Mysterio out of the ring. Bálor and Gargano then take each other out with stereo clotheslines.

JD McDonagh and Tommaso Ciampa tag in. Ciampa chops away at McDonagh and clotheslines him down. Mysterio gets in the ring and meets the same fate. Ciampa hits the corner and goes back and forth, hitting Mysterio and McDonagh with corner clotheslines. Kingston tags in as Ciampa hits a double clothesline on Mysterio and McDonagh. Damian Priest takes out Ciampa before turning into a flying attack from Kingston. Kingston takes it to McDonagh with a cross-body block for a two-count. McDonagh surprises him with a small package for a two-count. Kingston hits a pendulum kick and tags in Woods. Woods hits a big DDT. Kingston then takes out Bálor with a trust fall. Woods hits McDonagh with a Death Valley Driver and covers, but Mysterio breaks up the pin. Ciampa runs in, but Mysterio drops him into the ropes. Mysterio goes for a 619, but Ciampa blocks him and holds the legs. Gargano superkicks Mysterio out of the ring and hits a WILD suicide dive, seemingly spiking himself on the head between the commentary table and the floor. Wow, that looked scary!

In the ring, Woods goes for a powerbomb, but McDonagh gets out. McDonagh then catches Woods with a Spanish Fly. Ciampa and Priest tag in. Ciampa ducks a clothesline and boots him in the face. Ciampa charges, but Priest clotheslines him down. Kingston leaps off the top rope, but Priest catches him. Priest big boots Gargano before giving Kingston a chokeslam. Priest catches Ciampa with a Razor’s Edge for the win.

Winners by Pinfall: The Judgment Day

Backstage Segment

Solo Sikoa is looking focused backstage. Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns, The Rock, and Paul Heyman say Sikoa is ready. Reigns says he’s going to get out of here and write the speech. The Rock confirms it is for Paul Heyman. Reigns and The Rock shake hands. Heyman confirms for everyone that Reigns will be inducting him into the WWE Hall of Fame on Friday. Heyman kisses The Rocks’ hand and walks off.

Video: Sami Zayn worked out with Chad Gable at the WWE Performance Center earlier this morning. Gable worked Zayn out to the max before making him tap out after a surprise attack. Zayn was furious with him and asked what that was about. Gable says Gunther isn’t going to care that Zayn is exhausted. Gable says Zayn is good enough, but he needs to find his hunger. What is holding Zayn back? Zayn shouts that he is afraid of letting people down, as well as himself. Zayn doesn’t want to see the disappointment on his wife’s face again. Gable understands what he is saying. Gable is telling Zayn what he needs to hear. Zayn has to find the hunger and prove the doubters wrong. Zayn nodded at him and worked even harder. This time, Zayn thwarted an attack by Gable. They happily shook hands.

Sami Zayn makes his way to the ring. He’ll face “Big” Bronson Reed next.

-Commercial Break-

The Judgment Day Clubhouse

Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley is thrilled with her stable’s performance moments ago against The New Day and #DIY. Santos Escobar, Humberto, Angel, and Elektra Lopez of Legado Del Fantasma walk in. Priest takes Mysterio aside and says that Mysterio didn’t say there would be visitors. He’s got to cut the crap. Ripley is not happy.

Replays are shown of “Big” Bronson Reed defeating Sami Zayn last week. WWE Intercontinental Champion Gunther happily watched on.

Sami Zayn vs. “Big” Bronson Reed

They lock up, and Reed shoves Zayn into the corner. Zayn fights out of the corner and punches away at Reed. Zayn chops away at the chest, but Reed turns him around. Zayn ducks and chops away at Reed before going for the 10 punches. Reed fights out and kicks Zayn in the midsection. Reed sends Zayn into the ropes, but Zayn ducks a pair of clotheslines. Zayn goes for a sunset flip, but Reed doesn’t go down. Zayn avoids a cannonball and rolls him up for a two-count. Zayn takes it to Reed and hits the ropes, but Reed follows him in and avalanches him down. Reed holds Zayn up on the ropes and smashes his chest with a chop. Reed gets him up to his feet and chops him again. Reed sends Zayn into the ropes, but Zayn springboards over him and clotheslines him over the top rope. Zayn then hits the ropes and connects with a somersault senton.

Zayn gets Reed in the ring and goes to the top rope. Reed catches Zayn attempting a cross-body block and squashes him with a running powerslam for a two-count. Chad Gable is shown watching this match backstage. Reed whips Zayn to the corner and charges, but Zayn hits him with a back elbow. Zayn hits a pair of flying elbows to the head. Zayn goes for a third, but Reed counters with a uranage, followed by a massive elbow drop for a near fall. Reed gets Zayn on the top rope and punches him. Reed climbs to the second rope for a slam, but Zayn fights him and hits a sunset flip powerbomb for a near fall.

Zayn gets to his feet and gets the crowd fired up. Zayn kicks Reed and goes for a lift, but he can’t get the massive Reed off his feet. Reed easily lifts Zayn for a Death Valley Driver to pick up a near fall.

-Commercial Break-

Back from the break, we see Reed clubbing away at Zayn’s chest. Reed punches Zayn a few times, and Zayn appears to be out on his feet. Reed sets up for a powerbomb, but Zayn fights out and chops away at him. Zayn connects with a tornado DDT for a near fall. Zayn pulls Reed up, but Reed shoves him to the corner. Zayn goes for an exploder into the corner, but he can’t lift Reed again. Reed hits a twisting suplex, followed by a senton splash. Reed heads to the top rope for a Tsunami, but Zayn cuts him off. Zayn climbs to the second rope, but Reed punches him down to the canvas. Reed goes for a Tsunami, but Zayn just barely rolls out of the way!

Zayn gets to his feet and sees his opening. Zayn goes to the corner to prepare for a Helluva Kick, but he looks over to the entranceway to see WWE Intercontinental Champion Gunther dragging an unconscious Chad Gable out to the stage. Gunther goes to the back as Zayn runs over to check on Gable. Gunther returns to kick Zayn in the face. Gunther throws Zayn into the wall of the stage and chops away at Zayn. Gunther punches away at him and talks some trash before big booting him down. Gunther stands over Zayn and tells him to stop dreaming. Gunther pulls Zayn back up and takes him down with two big chops. Gunther holds up the title and puts a foot on the fallen Zayn.

Gunther starts to walk off, but Zayn pulls himself up to his feet, showing the heart and determination that Chad Gable wants to see. Gunther runs over Zayn with a title shot to the skull.

Backstage Segment

Jey Uso is walking backstage when he runs into Lil Wayne. Lil Wayne says he’ll be in Philadelphia and will release his newest single.

Earlier today, Damage CTRL was shown entering the Barclays Center.

-Commercial Break-

Paul Heyman, Muhammed Ali, Bull Nakano, the U.S. Express, Thunderbolt Patterson, and Lia Maivia will be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame this Friday.

Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns will induct Paul Heyman into the WWE Hall of Fame, and The Rock will induct his grandmother, Lia Maivia, as well.

Tag Team Match
Ivy Nile and Maxxine Dupri vs. Candice LeRae and Indi Hartwell

Candice LeRae starts against Ivy Nile. They lock up, and Nile spins LeRae into the corner. LeRae puts herself through the ropes to keep her back. Indi Hartwell tags in, and Nile wrenches the arm. Nile takes her down and tags in Maxxine Dupri. Dupri comes off the second rope with an ax handle to the arm. Hartwell quickly hits Dupri with a scoop slam and tags LeRae back in. LeRae throws Dupri down by the hair. LeRae bounces her in the corner and stomps her down. LeRae goes for a suplex, but Dupri counters into an inside cradle for a two-count. LeRae, irate at being shown up by the inexperienced Dupri, viciously attacks her. Hartwell tags in, but Dupri kicks her away.

Nile tags in and knocks LeRae off the apron before taking it to Hartwell. Nile kicks away at Hartwell and dropkicks her into the corner. Nile heads to the top rope, but Hartwell cuts her off. Nile punches Hartwell down, and the referee checks on her. LeRae uses the distraction to shove Nile off the top rope. Hartwell isn’t happy with LeRae’s cheating. Dupri tags in and dropkicks Hartwell into LeRae. Dupri rolls Hartwell up for the win.

Winners by Pinfall: Ivy Nile and Maxxine Dupri

Candice LeRae is absolutely irate at ringside and shouts at Indi Hartwell.

Replay: Earlier tonight, Solo Sikoa challenged Seth “Freakin” Rollins to a match in tonight’s main event. The Rock made it a Bloodline Rules match.

The Rock and Roman Reigns will be on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday.

Backstage Segment

Seth “Freakin” Rollins is staring at his World Heavyweight Championship. Jey Uso comes up and says he’ll have Rollins’ back the way Rollins has had his back.

-Commercial Break-

Video: Drew McIntyre is standing in front of a casket and closes the lid. McIntyre says CM Punk won’t have a match in Philly. On January 27, the world lost the opportunity to see an out of shape has been main event WrestleMania. Punk’s body failed him worse than it did in the UFC. Punk’s tricep, like everyone else, wanted to be far away from him. Now, we’re left with a thin-skinned man who saw Jared Leto as The Joker and built a personality around it. Rollins deserves all the pain and suffering because he begged McIntyre for it. At WrestleMania, he’ll take that broken-down old horse behind the back and put him down once and for all.

Ricochet vs. Ivar

Ricochet and Ivar will be in the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal on SmackDown, the night before WrestleMania.

The bell rings, and Ivar quickly shoulder tackles Ricochet down. Ivar sends Ricochet into the ropes, but Ricochet rolls over him and hits a head-scissor takeover before hitting a dropkick that sends him out of the ring. Ricochet goes for a plancha, but Ivar avoids it. Ivar goes for a Tiger Bomb on the floor, but Ricochet lands on the apron. Ricochet kicks him back and goes for a springboard moonsault, but Ivar sweeps the feet. Ricochet collapses to the floor.

-Commercial Break-

Back from the break, Ivar is applying a chin lock to Ricochet. During the commercial break, Ivar hit a cross-body block into the LED apron on Ricochet. Back to live action, Ricochet flips through a back suplex and superkicks him. Ricochet charges, but Ivar squashes him with a pop-out seated senton from the corner. Ivar grabs Ricochet by the throat and throws him into the LED apron. Ivar charges for another running cross-body block, but Ricochet moves. Ricochet gets in the ring and hits a Fosbury Flop. Ricochet gets Ivar in the ring and heads to the top rope. Ricochet lands on his feet attempting a 630 after Ivar moves. Ricochet quickly rebounds with a springboard clothesline. Ricochet connects with a standing shooting star press for a two-count.

Ricochet lifts Ivar, but he can’t hold him up. Ricochet ducks a spin kick and hits a handspring back elbow. Ricochet goes for a second one, but Ivar hits a spin kick. Ivar connects with a Tiger Bomb for a near fall. Ricochet avoids a bronco buster and kicks him. Ivar fights back and hits a springboard cross-body block for a near fall. Wow! Ivar heads to the top rope for a Doomsault, but Ricochet moves. Ivar quickly gets up and charges, but Ricochet CATCHES him and hits a fallaway slam! Wow! Ricochet heads to the top rope and connects with a 630 for the win!

Winner by Pinfall: Ricochet

The Judgment Day Clubhouse

Legado del Fantasma is still in the Clubhouse. Damian Priest is not happy with the result of Ricochet’s match and asks “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio why he still hasn’t been handled. Mysterio says he has just the guy. Andrade walks in. Mysterio offers to make him a full member of the Judgment Day if he takes care of Ricochet. The rest of the Judgment Day are shocked by Mysterio’s audacity. Ripley walks off and says she heard Becky Lynch is heading to the ring.

-Commercial Break-

Meek Mill will be the voice of the WrestleMania 40 open.

Becky Lynch heads to the ring. The Man has come around to Brooklyn and is looking for a fight. She started one earlier and doesn’t want to wait until WrestleMania to finish it. She’s done all the talking she needs to do with Rhea Ripley.

Raw General Manager Adam Pearce comes out and says they’re not doing this tonight. The crowd boos him. Pearce says he cannot jeopardize one of the biggest matches on one of the biggest WrestleMania events of all time. Pearce asks her to leave the ring. Security is out with him.

Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley makes her way to the ring. Pearce tells her to save it for WrestleMania. Ripley attacks security and charges the ring. Ripley takes it to Lynch and punches away at her. Security quickly breaks them up. Lynch manhandles the security and comes off the top rope with a plancha onto Ripley and the security guards at ringside. They are eventually separated.

Backstage Segment

Damage CTRL is backstage. Dakota Kai says Jade Cargill, Bianca Belair, and Bayley can have their moment from Friday, but they’re the most dominant women in WWE. Damage CTRL is the future.

WrestleMania XL is 5 days away.

-Commercial Break-

WWE Clash at the Castle returns in June. The city will be announced tomorrow.

Pat McAfee breaks down the brawl between Rhea Ripley and Becky Lynch.

Backstage Segment

Rhea Ripley and Becky Lynch are still brawling backstage. Security pulls them away. Raw General Manager Adam Pearce is irate.

6-Woman Tag Team Match
Damage CTRL (Dakota Kai and WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions The Kabuki Warriors (Asuka and Kairi Sane)) w/ WWE Women’s Champion IYO SKY vs. Shayna Baszler, Zoey Stark, and Tegan Nox

Damage CTRL quickly runs over all three women and dances around the ring. Dakota Kai takes it to Tegan Nox. The Kabuki Warriors send Nox into the ropes and viciously take it to her. Asuka picks up a two-count. Sane tags in before tagging Kai in. Baszler, Stark, and Nox quickly reverse them and hit stereo German Suplexes. Stark then springboards off the top rope to the floor onto Damage CTRL.

-Commercial Break-

Back from the break, Baszler tags Stark in. Stark hits Asuka with a German Suplex. Stark soon hits a springboard dropkick on Sane and picks up a two-count. Stark goes for a suplex, but Sane counters into a DDT. Kai and Nox soon tag in. After a few moments, Kai hits Nox in the face with a Helluva Kick. The Kabuki Warriors follow up with a reverse elbow/In-Sane Elbow Drop combo for the win.

Winners by Pinfall: Damage CTRL

Backstage Segment

Solo Sikoa is shown wrapping up his thumb backstage.

-Commercial Break-

WWE announces the cards for WrestleMania on Saturday and Sunday.

WrestleMania Saturday:

— Rhea Ripley (c) vs. Becky Lynch for the Women’s World Championship
— Gunther (c) vs. Sami Zayn for the WWE Intercontinental Championship
— Jey Uso vs. Jimmy Uso|
— Bianca Belair, Jade Cargill, and Naomi vs. Damage CTRL
— 6-Pack Ladder Match for the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship
— Rey Mysterio and Dragon Lee vs. Santos Escobar and “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio
— “The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes and World Heavyweight Champion Seth “Freakin” Rollins vs. Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns and The Rock

WrestleMania Sunday:

— Seth “Freakin” Rollins (c) vs. Drew McIntyre for the World Heavyweight Championship
— IYO SKY (c) vs. Bayley for the WWE Women’s Championship
— Bobby Lashley and The Street Profits vs. The Final Testament in a Philadelphia Street Fight
— Logan Paul (c) vs. Randy Orton vs. Kevin Owens for the United States Championship
— LA Knight vs. AJ Styles
— Roman Reigns (c) vs. “The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship

Backstage Segment

Cathy Kelley is walking with World Heavyweight Champion Seth “Freakin” Rollins. She asks why he is having this match against Solo Sikoa so close to WrestleMania. Rollins says he has one setting and that is to completely empty the tank. Rollins keeps walking and walks up to Drew McIntrye. Rollins says he’s not dead yet. McIntyre shouts, “Yet!” Rollins makes his entrance. He’ll face Solo Sikoa next.

-Commercial Break-

Bloodline Rules Non-Title Match
World Heavyweight Champion Seth “Freakin” Rollins vs. Solo Sikoa

Rollins attacks Sikoa as he gets in the ring and knocks him to ringside. Rollins connects with a suicide dive and punches away at Sikoa. Rollins chops away at Sikoa. Sikoa punches back at Rollins, but Rollins cuts him off and bounces him off the apron. Rollins puts the brakes on a whip into the steel steps. Sikoa charges, but Rollins sidesteps him, sending Sikoa into the steps. Rollins goes for a Pedigree, but Sikoa fights out of it. Sikoa slams Rollins into the apron and bounces him off the commentary table. Sikoa sends Rollins into the timekeeper’s area. Rollins snaps Sikoa off the top of the barricade and throws four chairs into Sikoa’s head, knocking him down on his back. Rollins grabs a chair and hits Sikoa in the midsection before smashing it on his back. Rollins connects with a DDT on the open chair.

Rollins goes under the ring and grabs a table to massive cheers. Rollins sets it up in the ring, but Sikoa cuts him off. Sikoa lifts Rollins and walks toward the table, but Rollins fights out. Rollins hits a pair of superkicks to knock Sikoa onto the table. Rollins goes to the top rope, but Sikoa cuts him off. Sikoa climbs to the second rope and head-butts him before connecting with a super Samoan Drop off the second rope and through the table!

-Commercial Break-

Back from the final break of the evening, Sikoa is slamming the back of Rollins’ head into the steel steps. Sikoa backs up and charges, but he hits the ring steps after Rollins moves. Rollins grabs the top half of the steel steps and drives it into Sikoa’s head. Rollins goes under the ring and grabs another table. The wreckage of the table he went through moments ago is at ringside. Rollins sets it up in the ring and attempts to suplex Sikoa into the ring and through the table. Sikoa fights it and snaps him off the top rope.

Sikoa gets Rollins on the top rope and goes for another Samoan Drop through the table, but Rollins fights it. Rollins does a sunset flip and hits a powerbomb through the table! Rollins connects with a Stomp and appears to have this put away. Jimmy Uso runs in and superkicks Rollins down. Jey Uso’s music hits, and Jimmy meets his brother on the stage. The two brothers brawl up the stage and to the back.

All of a sudden, Jey comes flying out. The Rock emerges from the back and attacks Jey, sending him into the LED stage. The Rock throws him to the back and heads to the ring. Rollins knows he is in trouble. He has some bruising on his right cheek. Rollins then smiles at the Final Boss.

“The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes, who the commentators were saying all night wasn’t medically cleared to be there, heads to the ring to a MASSIVE reception! Rollins and Rhodes set a trap for The Rock. Rhodes gets in the ring and punches away at The Rock. The Rock takes a bump and is kicked out of the ring. Rhodes and Rollins clear off the commentary table. Rhodes gets The Rock on the table and sets up for a Rock Bottom. Suddenly, Rhodes is taken down. Roman Reigns, who supposedly left the arena, is back. Reigns sends Rhodes into the ring post. Rollins quickly attacks Reigns, but Reigns sends him into the ring post. Reigns hits Rollins with a Superman Punch. Rhodes is sent into the ring and takes a Spear.

The Rock is wearing a Cody Rhodes weightlifting belt and smacks Rollins and Rhodes on the back with it. The Rock gives the belt to Reigns. Reigns goes back and forth, annihilating Rhodes’s and Rollins’ backs with each swing of the belt. The Bloodline stands tall as the show comes to an end.