WWE Raw Results 3/5

WWE Raw is live tonight from BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee. Here’s a quick preview video to get ready for the show: 
 

 
The main advertised matches include another installment in the Asuka-Nia Jax feud. Asuka puts her undefeated streak on the line against the most intimidating force on the WWE Raw women’s roster. Ronda Rousey will seek vengeance on Triple H and Stephanie McMahon. Braun Strowman and Elias will also battle in the first ever Symphony of Destruction match.

 

Raw General Manager Kurt Angle opens the show. Stephanie and HHH are now being referred to as “The Power Couple.” Angle said ever since he was named the General Manager last April, he’s had to swallow his pride many times. He said Stephanie told him he had to do what’s best for business. But last week when HHH suckerpunched him, things went too far. He called out HHH to face him like a man.
Stephanie showed up to try to calm Angle down. She said HHH wasn’t even in the building yet. Stephanie got booed loudly. She said that Angle had five kids, the youngest being a 1-year-old girl. She said she knows that Angle wants to buy her the world. Since Angle was on his second marriage, his alimony payments must be steep. Crowd booed some more. Stephanie put over Angle saying he was a Gold Medalist and a 4-time WWE Champion, but are those accolades paying the bills? Being the Raw GM is paying the bills. Stephanie said it wasn’t like HHH wasn’t provoked last week. She blamed Angle for nearly ruining the Rousey contract signing and said Angle’s actions led to HHH being thrown through a table by Rousey. Stephanie said they were all on the same page now and not to let his ego get in the way.
Rousey came out to big cheers. She made a lap around the ring to slap hands with spectators. Rousey said what Stephanie did to Angle last week was very enlightening. She talked about how the people who brought her to WWE are now who she thought she was, which was fine because she’s dealt with bully bosses her whole career and she will deal with it her own way. Stephanie said she understand that employees don’t always understand the choices their bosses make, just look around the building, the fans take their orders and get it done. Stephanie said Rousey signed a WWE contract, which makes her part of the WWE. Stephanie said they gave Rousey her dream, to be a part of WrestleMania, the grandest stage of them all. 

Rousey said she was thankful, but her contract does allow her to choose her opponent for WrestleMania. Stephanie said that’s true, as long as it isn’t a current champion and is an active member on the WWE roster. Rousey jumped the gun a little bit as Stephanie asked for a big drumroll for Rousey to announce her opponent. Rousey got in Stephanie’s face and said “You.” Crowd chanted “yes.”
HHH came out and said this was not going to happen. HHH said Stephanie was the Commissioner of Raw and not an active part of the Raw roster. Angle said he thought HHH wasn’t here tonight. Angle said Stephanie was an WWE executive, but she also had an active contract as a performer. Since he makes the matches, Angle announced that Stephanie would be facing Rousey at WrestleMania. But Angle didn’t stop there. Angle told HHH after Survivor Series if HHH ever touched him again, he was going to come for him. So Angle annnounced he was adding himself to the match and said it would be Angle/Rousey vs. HHH/Stephanie at WrestleMania. 
Stephanie got in Angle’s face and started screaming at him. She started to give him the dreaded Steph slap, but Rousey grabbed her arm. HHH got Rousey to back off and tried to defuse the situation by getting Stephanie out of the ring, but HHH attacked Angle. But Angle was ready and threw several punched at HHH, gave him a Drop Toe Hold and attempted the ankle lock, but HHH kicked him off. Rousey stood above HHH, but Stephanie gave Rousey a forearm to the back. Rosey had a look on her face like “Can you believe she tried that?” Stephanie ran out of the ring. HHH tried to give Angle the Pedrigree, but Angle escaped and put on the ankle lock. Stephanie reached for HHH hands and pulled him out of the ring. Rousey grabbed Stephanie by the hair, pulled her back in the ring and gave Stephanie a Samoan Drop. Angle and Rousey walked up the ramp together and raised each others hands. 

Asuka vs. Nia Jax
Circling, Asuka ducks, strike rush, Jax puts her in the corner and clobbers her with a pair of body avalanches and a running hip attack. A headbutt, a big biel sends Asuka under the bottom rope and she falls to the floor as we go backstage with an interview with Alexa Bliss and Mickie James because WWE hates livebloggers, I suppose.
Alexa says she thinks tonight is Nia’s night and Asuka’s luck is going to run out. Meanwhile, Asuka mounts a comeback, off the ropes, tilt-a-whirl into an armbar but Jax counters it with a backbreaker! Capture lift, the Empress of Tomorrow turns it into an octopus hold! Switching to a sunset flip, Nia drags her up and shoves her in the corner, earning a warning from referee Dan Engler.
Asuka with kicks as Jax closes but she puts boots to her in turn. Short whip, Asuka pops up into the turnbuckles but Nia cuts her off with a forearm and follows it up with a spinning inverted crucifix powerbomb to send us to break!
Back from commercial, Nia has a cobra clutch locked in and is wrenching Asuka around in it. She breaks loose with kicks, sliding knee into a cover, only a nearfall! Jax takes her into the corner and throws her out of it nonchalantly before freight training her over! Cover only good for two, fireman’s carry, Asuka out with elbows, off the ropes, Samoan drop works on the second try… not enough!
Drawing her up, another fireman’s carry, into the military press drop! Off the ropes, leg drop only hits mat as the Empress of Tomorrow rolls out of the way. When Jax comes over to try something else, Asuka locks the cross armbar on! Nia posts to her knees, shift to the triangle, to her feet for the powerbomb… Asuka keeps the triangle choke on! Jax again lifts her up, buckle bomb, another… Asuka will not let go!
Nia starting to flag, trying not to fail, to her feet again, into the top rope but Asuka slingshots around and goes back to the armbar! Wrenching back, Jax refuses to tap at first but eventually Asuka locks in the arm bar to get the tap out. 
Winner: Asuka

 
Raw Tag Team Champs The Bar vs. The Revival
Scott Dawson and Sheamus to start, collar and elbow to a go behind, Sheamus reverses to a side headlock, takeover, reversed, back again, grinding his forearm in Scott’s face, shot off, shoulder block, and the Celtic Warrior poses. Into the corner, tag to Cesaro, double boots to the midsection, quick tag back, Sheamus with a punch before dumping Dawson to the apron for the Beats of the Bodhran.
He fends Dash Wilder off but Dawson turns it around on him, chops and forearms, Stunner over the top rope! Back in, Sheamus going for White Noise but Scott gets out and tags Wilder in. Sheamus gets away after a double team, tag to Cesaro, quick tag from the Revival, double team gourdbuster, only good for two! The Bar head outside for a breather and we go to break.
Back from commercial, Dawson tries and fails to deny Sheamus a tag and ends up Demolition Decapitated for his trouble, but it’s only good for two. Quick tag back, boot to the face from the Celtic Warrior, cover good for one, Scott gets a jawbreaker off and tags Dash in. He kicks Sheamus’ leg out of his leg and goes to work on his arm, punching his shoulder over and over and setting it up for stomps when Dawson tags back in.
Cover gets one, Scott grinds his forearm bones on the Celtic Warrior’s shoulder with him in the ropes and locks an armbar on after a bit of struggle. Back body drop escape, tag to Cesaro, double leg for Dawson, one for Dash when he comes in, Scott hits a beautiful Arn Anderson DDT… NOPE! Cesaro with the hard whip into an uppercut, tag to Sheamus, he clears the apron, shoulder block, off the ropes with a knee to the face!
Up for White Noise, tag to Cesaro, Wilder running interference Dawson crotches Cesaro on the turnbuckles and takes care of Sheamus, tag to Wilder, up for it… A Superplex Into a Splash gets a two count! Dawson tags back in, Sheamus Brogue Kicks Wilder, Scott gets a back suplex on him in turn but Cesaro’s right on him. Cesaro hits a Gotch Neutralizer for the pin.
Winners: Raw Tag Champs The Bar
Back from commercial, John Cena makes his entrance.

 
He says he’s here tonight on Monday Night Raw to talk to everyone about SmackDown. He understands it’s a difficult subject and that some won’t want to hear what he has to say, but Kurt Angle gave him time to speak about it because he recognizes how important Fastlane is. Why not just do this on SmackDown? It’s not that easy.
At Fastlane, there will be a six-pack challenge for the WWE Championship, and what he has to say tonight would get him interrupted if the other five men in it were in the arena. This Sunday, a record that has stood for nearly twenty years will be broken. He knows people don’t like it but the truth is brutal and it will happen. This Sunday at Fastlane, he’ll win the WWE Championship for the 17th time!
But records are meant to be broken and this is his only road to WrestleMania. The past few weeks he’s been criticized for having everything handed to him and holding everyone back, but he says he wasn’t given success, he was given a chance. And with that chance, he earned the opportunity by beating AJ Styles in the ring, 1-2-3. And despite it all, he’s never been the guy to hold anyone back.
When he wins, the critics will say he robbed AJ Styles of his WrestleMania moment. No, no, no, he’s encouraging AJ Styles to make a greater WrestleMania moment by using his rematch clause and setting up a triple threat for the WWE Championship. Shinsuke Nakamura vs. John Cena vs. AJ Styles at WrestleMania!
Enter… Goldust? Sure. He says he coulda been a contender, he coulda been somebody instead of a bum, which is what he is and provides the context that it’s from On the Waterfront, 1954. He says Cena is the leading man and he’s always had a dream of sharing the silver screen with someone just like John. The dream of soaking in the spotlight at WrestleMania, and that dream starts with him stopping John Cena from going to WrestleMania.
His dreams have never had that perfect ending story, they’ve all been taken from him, just like that. All of his dreams, the dreams of pretty little rainbows have turned grey and very evil. Cena wants to compete for the title at WrestleMania, that’s his dream, but Goldust is taking control of the screen as his new director for this epic motion picture.
And tonight, John’s dreams will certainly be… (inhale) shatterered! – Goldust knocks him down with one punch.
And we go to break. 

 
Back from break and there is a match.
John Cena vs. Goldust
John blocks a lariat, throws some punches but Goldust gets a Manhattan Drop and a forearm off the ropes for a quick cover. Another Manhattan Drop, off the ropes, double lariat lays both men out! Sidestep a charge, another cover, right hands to the side of the head and Goldust gets touchy feely for a moment, which fires Cena up, off the ropes, snap scoop powerslam to counter the shoulder block!
Again down on the mat, rubbing his hands up John’s chest, and again that gets Cena up, he ducks the powerslam this time and grabs a sleeper hold! Goldy breaks with a low blow that referee Chad Patton doesn’t see but it’s not enough to finish the match! John crawling up Goldust, he ducks a lariat, off the ropes, shoulder block, shoulder block, fall-forward Blue Thunder Driver, “You can’t see me!”, Five Knuckle Shuffle, fireman’s carry and Cena hits an AA for the pinfall.
Winner: John Cena
Backstage, Kurt Angle is talking on his phone when Elias rolls up playing his guitar. He says he knows Kurt has had a busy night but he thinks he needs to cancel the Symphony of Destruction match as he understands the ring will be surrounded by musical instruments that shouldn’t be wasted like that. Angle says he’ll consider it and immediately calls the Drifter back to say he’s not cancelling it.
Elias says he’ll be responsible for what he does to Braun then, and Kurt adds a stipulation, saying he better not run off like he did last week, because it’s now Falls Count Anywhere.
Commentary hypes up the 3rd Annual Mizzie Awards and Paul Heyman responding next week, and we toss to Bayley walking backstage to send us to break.
Back from commercial and we get the Hall of Fame induction package for Hillbilly Jim. 

 

Bayley then makes her entrance and is interviewed in the ring ahead of her match. She says the Royal Rumble was every woman for herself and so was the Elimination Chamber, but Sasha Banks… she halts a bit and says it’s hard for her to say–

Enter Absolution. Paige congratulates her on finally growing a backbone and not needing Sasha to changer her diaper anymore. But she says she’s still a stupid little kid who pushed away the only person who cared about her. There’s strength in numbers and life in WWE is a lot easier when you have backup.
Bayley vs. Mandy Rose
Circling, collar and elbow, Bayley with a waistlock, back elbow, leg pick to reverse, cartwheel evasion into a kick and Mandy forces the Hugger into the corner. Collar and elbow again, Bayley with a wristlock, into the armbar, into the ropes, shot off, drop down, Rose counters the leapfrog with a double leg into the corner and a scoop slam into a cover for two.
Into the corner, Bayley with shoulder thrusts, tube man elbow, but Mandy rolls outside to regroup with Absolution and we go to break.
Back from commercial, Mandy has Bayley locked down with a reverse chinlock, wrenching her around a little to sink it tighter. The Hugger fights to her feet, body blows, Rose fires a kick back and follows it with a delayed vertical suplex lift dropped into a forearm to the face! Only good for two, Bayley with some forearms and a backslide, small package, Mandy ducks a lariat and hits a wicked running knee strike… NOPE!
Mounted forearms, another cover, looking for a double leg but Bayley is in the ropes and able to kick her off and pass her around to hit the middle rope Stunner! Double axehandles, Rose ducks one but the Hugger comes off the ropes with a takedown into mounted punches. Smashing her face into the turnbuckles over and over again, Saito suplex follows, Bayley pops up to the second, Sonya Deville runs interference but not enough to stop the diving corkscrew forearm smash!
Gator roll reversed and Bayley hits a side press for the win.
Winner: Bayley
Absolution jumps Bayley right as the bell rings and put boots to her… SASHA BANKS MAKES THE SAVE! She runs Absolution off and raises Bayley’s hand in victory. Bayley accepts that but gives her a little shove and leaves alone.
Commentary hypes up the Symphony of Destruction match for later and tosses to a Women’s History Month vignette about Eunice Kennedy Shriver to send us to break.

 
 
Back from commercial and we’re headed backstage with Nia, who is icing her elbow and looking glum when Alexa Bliss and Mickie James roll up. Alexa sends Mickie away and sits down next to Jax, saying she knows she’s unbelievably disappointed that she lost at Elimination Chamber and tonight and isn’t going to WrestleMania. She knows how disappointed she is in herself and says it must be embarrassing but she doesn’t want Nia to feel like a failure.
She tells Jax she has friends and even though she’s not on the WrestleMania card she knows she will be next year and shouldn’t be ashamed. She should be proud of everything she’s accomplished in such a short time, and look at what she’s overcome. Her entire life she’s been an outcast, bullied and scorned because she’s so much bigger than the other kids.
Even now Bliss sees how people look at Jax in the airport and says she can’t let this keep her down because everyone will lose all respect for her, and that gets Nia full-on sobbing.
Commentary then asks if Ronda Rousey did the right thing at the start of the show tonight and recap that segment for us before hyping the WrestleMania match that came of it.
Braun Strowman gets a handcam promo about how Elias is gonna get these hands and start the countdown to his extinction. We cut to Elias watching backstage and we go to break.
Back from commercial in time for entrances.
And in time for Elias to sing us a song, seated at the piano today. He does his usual schtick and says he loves symphonies. They’re classy and sophisticated, you see. He can play a lot of instruments in fact, and unlike Braun he’s not a one-trick pony, he can do it all. And he punctuates that statement by playing the drums for a moment.
Strowman may be the monster among men, but he’s in Elias’ world tonight, and he’s gonna find out that WWE stands for Walk With Elias and launches into his song for the night on guitar, about being on Raw and getting ready for Braun and how Milwaukee sucks and he can’t stand anyone who lives there. He then proceeds to demand a second spotlight entrance, but when the lights come up he’s running away through the crowd!
Not just through the crowd, but through the entire back of the arena and into his car! He puts it into gear and hits the gas… and nothing happens. His eyes light on the rear view mirror and he slowly turns… BRAUN’S HOLDING HIS CAR IN PLACE AND TELLING HIM HE’S NOT FINISHED WITH HIM! ELIAS GETS OUT AND RUNS AWAY BACK INTO THE ARENA!
He drifts back to the stage and we have a bell!
Braun Strowman vs. Elias (Symphony of Destruction Match)
Braun kicks Elias in the ribs as he continues to drift down the ramp, smashing his face into the apron and rolling him into the ring as Corey Graves gets a really strong string of Megadeth references going, fair play my man. Biel, big corner lariat, he clubs the Drifter to the mat! Up on the shoulders, no running powerslam because Elias slips out and hits his knee a few times before grabbing his guitar to smash him across his back!
With Braun down, Elias climbs up top for the diving elbow drop… NOPE! Looking for Drift Away but Strowman shrugs him off and punches him! Kick to the ribs as he makes his way up the aisle, Braun drags Elias over to the commentary booth, clears the desk, hoists him up but again no running powerslam thanks to a rake to the eyes! Braun rams him into the LED boards and throws the Drifter into a stand of acoustic guitars!
Double axehandle to the back of the neck, Strowman lights on a double bass… AND SMASHES IT ACROSS SAMSON’S BACK! He slides Elias under the piano and takes a seat at the bench and plays a few notes and a quick slide before kicking the bench away. Thinking about the drums, he takes a desultory kick at them before lifting the piano up and slamming it down on Elias! Strowman hits a lateral press for the pinfall.
Winner: Braun Strowman 
Referee Dan Engler waves him off but Braun closes to tell Elias that he told him he’d get him.
EMTs then show up and put the Drifter on a stretcher to cart him away.
Commentary hypes up the rest of our proceedings and we go to break on a hype reel for tomorrow’s episode of Mixed Match Challenge.
Back from commercial commentary gives us the news about the Greatest Royal Rumble that will be held in Saudi Arabia in April.
(Wyatt noise.) 
Bray Wyatt vs. Rhyno
Bray right in and on him, big lariat, and he heads to the apron to screw with Heath Slater for reasons. Back in, deep inverted facelock and a kiss before hitting Sister Abigail for the win. 
Winner: Bray Wyatt
Bray squats over Rhyno and rubs his own forehead with the back of the Man-Beast’s hand while Slater looks on in confusion.
He calls Matt Hardy out and demands he show his face. He says the Great War is far from over and Hardy shows his face on the tron. Matt concurs and says if he wishes to clash again it can’t be contained in the mortal realm known as WWE. There’s only one battlefield worthy of such cosmic combat… THE HARDY COMPOUND! WE GET A VIDEO PACKAGE SHOWING THE COMPOUND BEING PREPARED FOR ANNIHILATION!
MATT CHALLENGES BRAY TO THE ULTIMATE DELETION!
Miz and the Miztourage are walking backstage to send us to break.
Back from commercial, Miz and the Miztourage are in the ring ready to present the Mizzies.
Miz launches into his usual patter, slightly modified to account for the awards show nature of it all. He says the Mizzies recognize true greatness, not acclaimed movies that nobody’s seen before. Darkest Hour? The real darkest hour is that Shape of Water won best picture over the Marine 5. Get Out? That’s what Kurt Angle should do as general manager of Raw.
Three Billboards should be outside of New Orleans with Miz’s face on it, showcases the real star of WrestleMania. But he’s gonna go ahead and take a page out of their book anyway, and first category is the superstar that’s best at patting themselves on the back. Our nominees are Seth Rollins and Finn Balor, and the winner… IS A TIE! They both win!
Unfortunately they can’t accept their awards because they weren’t invited, and Miz moves onto the next award, worst decision by a Raw general manager. Our nominees are Kurt Angle bringing his bastard son Jason Jordan to Raw, Kurt Angle letting both Finn Balor and Seth Rollins into the Elimination Chamber, and Kurt Angle for failing to name a WrestleMania opponent for the Intercontinental Champion.
The winner is, unanimously… Kurt Angle! But Kurt can’t accept the award because he’s too busy sucking up to Ronda Rousey. Don’t worry, though, having the award on your resume is very useful when you’re looking for a new job the day after WrestleMania. Now Miz takes a break for a lifetime achievement award, a man who is the main event no matter where he is on the WrestleMania card, a man who’s close to breaking the record for most days as Intercontinental Champion–
Seth Rollins cuts the announcement off. He apologizes, saying he was enjoying the Mizzies but Milwaukee was begging somebody to hit the music and play him off.
Enter Finn Balor. Seth asks him what the deal with following him around is, and Balor says he’s not out here to follow, he’s out here to do one better. Miz says he’ll do one better than both of them, and points out that Angle said “might” face him at WrestleMania because neither of them deserve it. No matter whether Seth lasts 65 minutes or has a fantastic performance, Rollins loses.
In fact, nobody makes losing look better than Seth… except Finn, who won the Universal Championship and held it for one day. He tells everybody how over he is but this isn’t Japan and you have to bust your butt every day in WWE, and to be over you need more than just a handsign that isn’t your. They think they’re so special because they beat Miz in what was basically a two-on-one handicap match?
Miz wants to do something big and challenges them to a two-on-three handicap match right here, right now! (Van Halen is kicking ass in America?) Seth says if that’s what it’ll take to shut Miz up, he’s on!
They hit the ring and we go to break to give the crew time to clear the Mizzies set.
Finn Balor & Seth Rollins vs. Intercontinental Champ The Miz & The Miztourage
Balor and Axel to start, side headlock, snapmare to a kneeling armbar, Curtis out with knees against the ropes, off the ropes, sunset flip into a dropkick and Finn goes back to the armbar! Tag to Rollins, double axehandle to the elbow, Axel gets him in the corner, tag to Dallas but Seth breaks free and fends them off until Bo attacks from behind and puts boots to him.
Tag to Miz, continung to put boots to him, a cover comes up empty, face smash in the turnbuckle, snapmare to a running neck snap and the cover gets two. Kneeling chickenwing with a forearm across Rollins’ face, trying to deny the tag, knee to the midsection, whip into a dropkick and Axel is fired up! Tag back to Bo, clubbing blows, another nearfall and Dallas locks a reverse chinlock on.
Seth to his feet, blocking punches and throwing his own, chop, whip, he catches the ropes, boot to Bo’s face, tag made! Finn in with forearms, double leg into a double stomp, he runs Miz off and hits a running chop on Dallas in the corner. Across to the other, same deal, whip reversed, up and over, boot up, he cuts Bo off with an enzuigiri and goes for the inverted 1916 when Miz runs interference.
Out after him, Axel and Dallas wipe Balor out and we go to break.
Back from commercial, Balor escapes with a jawbreaker, Pele kick, tag made! Rollins in on Miz, diving lariat, clear the apron, boot up, nobody home on the dive, enzuigiri connects and the Architect is fired up! Corner elbow, suplex, roll through into the Falcon Arrow… NOPE! Laying in way, low kick, Miz goes for the Skull-Crushing Finale, reversed to a victory roll, Avada Kedavra connects… only a nearfall!
Seth dumps Axel to the floor, ducks a lariat and takes the Miztourage out with a suicide dive! Back in, clothesline the A-Lister to the floor, off the ropes… and into a tag from Finn! TOPE CON GIRO INTO THE MIZTOURAGE! Back inside, Sling Blade, shotgun dropkick, headed up top… Rollins steals the tag! Taking full advantage, Rollins hits Miz with a Blackout for the win.
Winners: Finn Balor & Seth Rollins
Kurt Angle comes out to address Miz. He says he already has his match at WrestleMania and it’s time to announce Miz’s. He’s not going to be competing against Seth Rollins or Finn Balor, but he WILL be competing against both of them in a triple threat!
WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar’s Advocate Paul Heyman Addresses Roman Reigns
Paul Heyman comes out, lays the title in the ring and goes about addressing Roman Reigns’ remarks from last week.
Heyman starts talking about Roman Reigns and the WrestleMania 34 main event. Heyman gives Reigns props for defeating The Undertaker last year at WrestleMania, saying it was the biggest win of Reigns’ career. Heyman says Reigns won’t be beating Lesnar at this WrestleMania and won’t be taking the title. Heyman says if Reigns doesn’t like what he’s saying, he can do something about it on next week’s RAW because The Beast will be here. Heyman mentions Reigns family members Afa and Sika, saying Reigns can seek out a new title to challenge for after WrestleMania because this one belongs to Lesnar. Heyman recalls how Reigns came out last week and called Lesnar a b—h. Heyman raises the title and says this is Lesnar’s b—h… she belongs to him. Heyman says Reigns is eye-balling Lesnar’s b—h but he can’t have her. Heyman goes on about Reigns wanting to become champion because of his bloodline, and says Reigns won’t have to pry the title from Lesnar’s cold dead hands, he will have to take it from Lesnar’s hot, competitive fingers. Heyman goes on about how the title means you are the best, the biggest dog in the yard. Heyman says it’s not how bad you want the title, it’s how bad the title wants you. Heyman goes on about the sacrifices you make being champion and says his client will be here next week so Reigns can say whatever he wants to say to his face. Heyman says Reigns has learned by now that he doesn’t want to shoot on the mic with Heyman or shoot in the ring with Lesnar.
The music interrupts and out comes Reigns. Reigns slowly marches to the ring as Heyman looks on. Reigns has some words with Heyman. Heyman picks the title up and hands Reigns a mic. Reigns says he said some harsh but true things last week. Reigns thought Brock would be here this week but instead he sent Heyman for his rebuttal. Reigns says Lesnar really is a b—h. Reigns is just asking that Lesnar show up. The fans just want their champion to show up to work, he says. Reigns says they all just want Lesnar to want to be here. Reigns says he will be here next week as well and Brock can say anything he wants to his face but Lesnar better come dressed to fight, not dressed for some promo segment. Reigns’ music hits as Heyman leaves the ring. RAW goes off the air with Reigns staring Heyman down.
 
 
 

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