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WWE Raw results, live blog (Aug. 21, 2017): SummerSlam fallout

WWE Monday Night Raw comes waltzing back into our lives tonight (Aug. 21, 2017) from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, featuring the fallout show from the SummerSlam pay-per-view (PPV) that went down just last night in the very same venue.

Advertised for tonight: Brock Lesnar is still your Universal champion, the women’s and tag team titles changed hands, and more!

Come right back here at 8 p.m. ET when the Raw live blog kicks off once the show starts on USA. It will be below this line here. (REMINDER: NO GIFS OR PICS ARE ALLOWED IN THE COMMENTS SECTION. OFFENDERS WILL BE BANNED.)


Well, I ain't evil, I'm just good lookin'; start a little fire, and baby start cookin'. I'm a hungry man but I don't want pizza. I'll blow down your house and then I'm gonna eat ya, but first, how about a liveblog for this here pro wrestling show, eh?

The show opens with Paul Heyman and WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar making their entrance together in their usual fashion.

A joyous Brock takes in "Suplex City!" chants for a moment before Paul begins with his usual schtick. He tells us this isn't a rerun or some kind of time delay, it's live and he has the honor and privilege of letting us know that Lesnar retained the Universal Championship last night.

It amazes him that after all these years of telling people he doesn't make predictions, he gives spoilers, and he told us there was a vast conspiracy against Brock and last night it unfolded in front of our eyes. A corporate sanctioned, premeditated, first degree felonious assault that took Lesnar out of the equation, just like he told us, except this was so heinous that for the first time in Brock's life, he was carted off the battlefield on a stretcher.

All this so one of the three pretenders could sneak the title away without pinning or submitting Brock Lesnar and Paul would have to kvetch about losing the title today. But Brock refused medical attention, walked back down the aisle, and came back to this ring where we all know that championships are designed to be won and lost, and Lesnar came back to conquer or be conquered.

And conquer is what Lesnar did, pinning Roman Reigns. So Heyman gets us on the same page going forward-- if there's beating to be done, victimization to be perpetrated, conquering to be accomplished, there ain't nobody in WWE or UFC history that can conquer anything like the one and only ruler of the WWE Universe, Brock Lesnar.


Enter Braun Strowman. He gets in the ring and goes face to face with a smiling Brock, but Braun is all business and goes to chokeslam the Beast! Lesnar slips away but runs into a boot... RUNNING POWERSLAM! Brock gets to his feet... STROWMAN DROPS HIM AGAIN! The monster among men collects the Universal Championship and holds it high over the fallen champion!

Commentary hypes up the Brooklyn Street Fight between Enzo Amore and Big Cass and we go to break.

Back from commercial we're treated to the traditional still frame recap of SummerSlam before we get a video recap of the opening segment and Braun's utter domination of the Universal Champion.

Entrances for the street fight ensue and Enzo Amore does the deal. He says Big Cass is from New York, went to private school, to NYU, but his book smarts ain't street smarts, and Amore graduated magna cum laude from the school of hard knocks. So a street fight is appropriate tonight, and he talks about how they were like brothers and had each other's backs but Cass turned his back on him.

Big held his mother's hand and broke bread with them, and broke their hearts, so in the same place this story begins, it ends, and in just a minute he's gonna show him how it ends, at which point Enzo heads to the back. He comes back with a shopping cart full of plunder, ECW style!

Big Cass vs. Enzo Amore (Brooklyn Street Fight)

Cass heads up the ramp and blindsides Enzo, who occupied himself throwing things at Big with terrible aim. Cass throws Amore down the arm and runs him over with the cart! Into the barricade goes Enzo, Cass finally tossing him back in the ring and offering Amore a chair. He hesitates a beat and runs him over with a big boot to send us to break.

Back from commercial and Big is still firmly in control, drawing his former partner up and throwing him face-first into the turnbuckle before clipping him with a forearm. Enzo gets a shock jawbreaker off for some separation and crawls for the chair only to get pulled away by Cass. Big man with a wristlock, whip to the corner, body avalanche, Amore gets a punch off but Cass just sets him up in the turnbuckles and pounds his kidneys with hammer blows.

Off the ropes, but Enzo low-bridges Big and he lands poorly on his leg! Amore crawling for the chair, he gets hands on it... but Cass has recovered and stomps on the chair to pull it away from him. Hobbling to the corner, looking for the Empire Elbow but his leg gives out on him! A trainer comes to check on the big man and the match is waved off!

Enzo Amore wins by referee stoppage.

Big Cass is helped to the back.

Emma is in the locker room complaining to Dana Brooke about Sasha Banks taking her title shot and her victory, running down the women's division and promising to clobber Nia Jax in their match, calling her "not the sharpest tool in the shed" and "just a moron" only to turn around to see Nia standing right behind her.

Their match will be after the break.

Back from commercial in time for entrances.

Emma vs. Nia Jax

Emma in with a slap and forearms, off the ropes, basement dropkick staggers Nia but the big woman comes right back and runs her over. Multiple elbow drops to a biel, corner body avalanche but Emma sidesteps a second, off the ropes with a single leg dropkick to the side of the head. Jax hosses her up all the same...

Nia Jax wins by pinfall with a Samoan drop.

The Drifter is shown walking backstage past Jimmy Jacobs and Solo Darling, who are hanging out together because 2017 wrestling is fun, and we go to break.

Back from commercial, Elias is in the ring to sing us a song.

He talks about looking directly into the solar eclipse earlier and how it made everything so clear, and he's not going to sing about Brooklyn because most people there are ashamed of it anyway, so this song is about R-Truth. He makes like he's going to cover Truth's theme before announcing he was kidding and he's playing "real music".

Samson cuts himself off mid-song to stop the crowd from clapping along before continuing, but it's not long before Ron comes out and interrupts him, rapping his theme song in the usual manner.

Elias vs. R-Truth

Collar and elbow, the Drifter backs Truth in the corner but Killings comes back hot with punches and a thrust spinebuster into yet more punches! Stinger splash, corner forearms, referee Chad Patton warns him to back off and Elias gets an opening to clobber him with an elbow. Off the ropes, Ron gets a heel kick and backs Samson in the corner for yet more strikes.

Whip reversed but Elias capitalizes with a hammer blow...

Elias wins by pinfall with Drift Away.

Commentary discusses the results from SummerSlam and point out that all three new champions for Raw will be here tonight.

But up next, Kurt Angle has a "superstar surprise" after the break.

Back from commercial, we get another chunk of still picture recap from SummerSlam.

Kurt Angle makes his entrance. He says he promised us a surprise tonight, and for the first time on Raw in over a year... John Cena!

He gets on the mic and comments on the reaction before simply holding the mic high as the traditional dueling chant breaks out across the arena. He talks about being asked to come to Raw and he immediately said yes, not because SmackDown is bad, but because for a long time he's wanted to stand in the ring on Monday Night Raw and be face-to-face with a certain WWE Superstar.

Enter Roman Reigns. He gets in the ring and John waves him off, letting the moment build for a while before acknowledging that Roman is EXACTLY who he was looking for. Reigns says the only time Cena ever looked for him is when he's running his mouth on Twitter, and now that he's in his yard, the question is if he's gonna run his mouth to his face.

John pauses a moment and the crowd gets an "Undertaker!" chant going before he can respond, so he lets it play out and says the Raw audience holds a bit of a grudge sometimes, but the problem is he didn't come here to talk. Cena drops his microphone, the Big Dog drops his, John takes his shirt off and...

Enter the Miz, flanked by Maryse and the Miztourage as usual. He says this is what a sold-out Barclay's looks like but he wouldn't know. Cena corrects him on his pronunciation of the arena name and the A-Lister complains about him making a joke out of everything before asking if he interrupted a moment. Roman Reigns and John Cena in the same ring at the same time, blowing the roof off the place!

He asks how many moments those two get, because in life you're always told that if you work hard and do your job then your moment will come and he's sick of waiting for his moment while two undeserving people like Roman and John get moments week after week after week. So he's taking his moment right now and ruining theirs.

Kurt Angle seems to think that Raw needs an addition while the Intercontinental Champion rides the pine at SummerSlam. He polls the arena on if Raw needs Cena and the response is pretty solidly negative, although not nearly unanimous. Cena says he's a man of the people and goes to show himself out but Miz turns him around bodily.

Miz complains about the smirk on John's face and tells Reigns that this might be his yard but it's the A-Lister's show, and then he gets on the crowd for not knowing whether to cheer or boo Cena and Reigns. Do they think that affects either man? No, it affects Miz, the only champion in the ring, the person who deserves to be in the main event every night, and he's sick of not getting the respect he deserves.

Cena's shirt says "Respect, earn it"? He's earned it for twelve damn years, and he asks where his moment is once again. Cena waves for something and is delivered another microphone before agreeing that Miz deserves a moment, and hey, he wants to be in the main event? They have a history-making moment right here on Monday Night Raw, and he challenges Miz and either lackey to wrestle him and his new tag team partner, Roman Reigns!

That's a moment! Reigns is dubious about the idea at best, and Miz pipes up complaining that's a moment for John, not for him. He's too smart for that, you see.

Enter Samoa Joe! He says he has a very strong about this whole situation himself, and if anybody's gonna be Miz's partner, it's not gonna be Bo Dallas or Curtis Axel, whether he likes it or not, it's going to be him, because he's sick and tired of hearing Roman tell everybody that this is his yard, and don't worry he'll run his mouth straight to his face, one on one he owns him.

As for Cena, Samoa pauses a second, considering the moment, before continuing... BY PUNCHING HIM IN THE FACE! OVERHEAD ELBOWS IN THE CORNER AS THE BIG DOG FIGHTS THE MIZTOURAGE OFF SINGLEHANDED! He dumps Miz, Cena gets Joe up for the Attitude Adjustment but he reverses to the Coquina Clutch! ROMAN MAKES THE SAVE WITH A SUPERMAN PUNCH!

John and Roman hold an uneasy peace in the ring as Joe jaws at them and Miz and his boys sulk on the ramp, growing more confident as they realize they've got the Destroyer with them.

Commentary hypes up our new tag and women's champions before sending us to break.

Back from commercial we get confirmation of the tag match the previous segment made for our main event.

Ariya Daivari, Drew Gulak, Noam Dar, & Tony Nese vs. Cedric Alexander, Gran Metalik, Mustafa Ali, & Rich Swann

Gulak and Metalik to start, Arabian Press arm drag, double jump missile dropkick and Drew is overwhelmed and tags all around, Ali coming in on Daivari. Waistlock, Ariya backs him into the corner and puts boots and fists to him. Whip across, up and over, Mustafa with a springboard moonsault for a nearfall!

Arm wringer, tag to Swann, Daivari grabs a wristlock of his own and Rich flips out of it, leading Ariya to beg off and try to tag Dar in but the Scotsman refuses and Nese tags in. Dropkick makes the Premier Athlete regret it but he comes back in the ring and bowls Swann over before counting his abs to send us to break.

Back from commercial, Gulak is in on Swann, with a leg picked, trying to find a submission as Rich crawls for the tag. Upkicks stagger the maestro of Catch Point but he doesn't lose the plot and stomps Swann's back. Punches to the face get a little separation but again, Gulak is on point. Swann backflips out of a back suplex and connects with an enzuigiri, leaving both men crawling for the tag!

Nese in on Alexander, Cedric gets a back elbow, clears the apron with kicks and nails Tony with the 540 roundhouse! A kick in the corner sets up a springboard lariat but Gulak makes the save. Gran back body drops Drew outside and climbs the turnbuckles... TOP ROPE ROPE-WALK ASAI MOONSAULT!

Nese with a backslide for two but Alexander hits the handspring enzuigiri...

Cedric Alexander, Gran Metalik, Mustafa Ali, & Rich Swann win by pinfall with Lumbar Check from Alexander on Tony Nese.

Backstage, Neville is interviewed. He wonders what, exactly, people were expecting. Were they hoping for a change of the guard, a new, charismatic, aesthetically pleasing champion? Or did they just have high hopes in that Japanese punk Tozawa? Either way, where he comes from, they have a word for those--

Enter Titus O'Neil and Akira Tozawa. Titus points out that sticks and stones can break their bones, but words never hurt them, gargoyle. But they have one word for him-- rematch. Tomorrow night on 205 Live.

And so we go to break on an ad that features Breezango chasing a trail of literal bread crumbs to find that Alexa Bliss stole bread twists from Domino's. But it’s okay because she has good fashion sense? I’m not sure of the narrative here, honestly.

Back from commercial Kurt Angle is hanging out backstage when his son, Jason Jordan rolls up. Kurt tells him he's proud of him, and Jordan says he doesn't want impartial treatment but he wants to compete tonight. Angle tells him Miz is booked up, and Jason says he'll get back to Miz, but tonight, he wants Finn Balor.

Kurt asks him if he thinks he's ready, Jordan nods, and Angle gives it to them. They share a hug and Angle wishes him luck.

Our new tag team champions make their entrances, separately. Seth Rollins says it feels good to stand side by side with Dean Ambrose holding the titles up. They put in the work and now they're Raw Tag Team Champions, and Dean admits it feels pretty good and he's been wearing his title belt around town and even slept with it under his pillow.

Rollins lets that slide and he feels it's like old times. He didn't believe this could happen but the people believed and it's time to party, with all of Brooklyn invited! Well, everyone except Cesaro and Sheamus, but their rematch is coming soon and they'll take on anybody, any time, anywhere.


They get in the ring and the atmosphere is electric with "DELETE!" chants. Jeff says they don't want to ruin the party before it gets started, they just want to say congratulations. Matt says they know better than most that sometimes brothers fight, but when they put aside those differences and fight together, it's a beautiful thing. So that's why they came out to challenge the champs to a match!

Seth asks if they're serious, pointing out that they grew up idolizing the Hardyz, and Matt says there's a reason they chant, because they've revolutionized the tag division for a quarter century, and they want to revolutionize it tonight in Brooklyn as well. Rollins is game to do the damn thing!

Referee John Cone hits the ring and we go to break!

Back from commercial in time for the bell to ring!

Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins vs. Hardy Boyz (Jeff & Matt Hardy)

Dean and Matt to start, trading arm wringers. Ambrose gets a hammerlock to a side headlock, Hardy reverses to a hammerlock of his own and Dean reverses back, tag to Jeff, off the ropes into stereo kicks, a double mat slam, and the leg drop / splash combo. Ambrose catches Hardy with a knee and tags Rollins in, single leg dropkick gets two, but Jeff regains control and tags his brother in.

Double hip toss into a double wheelbarrow suplex, side headlock takeover and Seth is grounded. To his feet, fighting out with strikes, Hardy whips him in the corner but the Architect catches him with the reverse STO into the turnbuckles and tags Dean back in. Snapmare sets up a sliding lariat and a knee drop but it can't put Matt Hardy away just yet.

Ambrose throwing chops, Matt ducks a lariat, blind tag to Brother Nero, Rollins running interference as things break down and we have a stalemate! Stereo Frye/Takayama punches, Matt fends Dean off and wipes him out with a dropkick shortly before Jeff hits a jawbreaker on Rollins before sending him outside, a diving clothesline off the apron and we go to break.

Back from commercial, Jeff is in control of Rollins, denying him a tag with an armbar but Seth gets an enzuigiri off for separation. Tags made on both sides, Ambrose ducks a lariat, charging elbows, whip reversed but he catches Matt with a lariat. Corner forearm, Hardy blocks the bulldog and gets up and over'd to the floor but Dean goes for a double stomp and he's nowhere to be found.

Setting Seth up outside as well, Jeff tags in... POETRY IN MOTION TO THE OUTSIDE! Rolling Ambrose back in, Stinger splash, whip reversed, back elbow, Whisper in the Wind comes up empty when Rollins pushes Dean aside! A cover gets two and Ambrose drags Hardy over for a tag. Elbow drop, locking Jeff down with a front chancery, taking him over with a suplex as he looks to escape but the cover's only a nearfall.

Tag to Dean, stomp to the gut, a knee drop across the face, deathlock applied... REGAL STRETCH! Floating over into a front facelock after a moment, Hardy punching away so Ambrose shifts again to a short-arm lariat, and again a nearfall. Tag to the Architect, double whip to the corner, Stinger splash to an assisted charging forearm, snapmare to a reverse chinlock grounds Brother Nero.

Ambrose back in, front chancery knee lifts, quick tag but Jeff rallies and cuts both men off with elbows... WHISPER IN THE WIND GETS TWO FOR ONE! Matt gets the tag, lariat for Seth, dumping Ambrose outside, forearms and turnbuckle smashes for Rollins into the corner lariat / running bulldog combo but he can't put the tag champ away.

To the second, the elbow drop connects with the back of the Architect's head but Seth blocks the Side Effect with elbows and Dean gets the tag. Hardy caught up trying to do a Twist of Fate on Rollins and he gets hit with the Sling Blade Hart Attack... JEFF MAKES THE SAVE! Again we break down into wild brawling, Hardyz off the ropes but the champs dump Matt and send Jeff out with kicks... STEREO SUICIDE DIVES!

Matt with a stunner over the ropes on Dean... SIDE EFFECT ON THE APRON FOR SETH! Back in the ring, Dirty Deeds blocked and the pendulum lariat countered with a Side Effect... NOT ENOUGH! Thinking about a moonsault, Ambrose catches Hardy with a forearm to the spine and climbs to meet him, underhooks up top but they fight a bit and Matt gets knocked down with a headbutt instead.

Overhead, blind tag, Twist of Fate on Ambrose, Jeff dumps Rollins out, Swanton... DEAN HAD THE KNEES UP! Kick to the gut, Hardy blocks Dirty Deeds, tag to Seth, ripcord knee strike, Dirty Deeds connects...

Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins win by pinfall with a lateral press from Rollins on Jeff Hardy.

The Bar are shown watching backstage as Ambrose and Rollins collect their titles and celebrate.

We get a recap of the opening segment both because people who missed it should see it, but also because Raw is three hours long. After their recap, commentary confirms that Brock Lesnar will defend against Braun Strowman at No Mercy!

Some hype for our main event follows and we cut backstage where Joe and the Miztourage are hanging out. Miz is talking Samoa up, about how he has to sweet talk most people to join the Miztourage but Joe said yes sir, put me in, and as much as Samoa has Roman's number, Miz has Cena's--

Joe tells Miz to shut up and tells him how this is gonna work-- Axel and Dallas will be a constant presence on the outside and Miz will do his thing, that's the game plan. He asks if they have questions and they beg off to send us to break.

Back from commercial, Sasha Banks makes her entrance.

She says she may be from Boston, but for the past three years she's left her heart in Brooklyn, from TakeOver when she and Bayley stole the show, to last year when she and Charlotte Flair tore the house down-- and she adds that we're all praying for Ric and hoping he gets better, because the world needs the Nature Boy.

But the world doesn't need a wannabe Goddess, because there's only room for one Legit Boss, and that's why she's gonna defend her title the right way. She doesn't need to talk her way out of a match and nor does she need Nia Jax to watch her back, because she has these people, and that's why she's a four-time...

Enter Alexa Bliss. She laughs about the idea of Banks defending her title, because she's never successfully defended it in the past, losing it every time. Sasha tells Alexa she must be salty because every time they've wrestled, Bliss has either ran away or tapped out. But she knows she has an automatic rematch clause, so why not use it right here, right now?

Alexa says that's a thought, and maybe she should, but she's gonna go with no, because none of these Brooklyn fanboys deserve to see her celebrate a title win. And honestly she's not in the mood to break Sasha's heart tonight anyway, but next week she wants the rematch, and after she wins, Banks won't be the Legit Boss, she'll be the Legit Loser.

Commentary hypes up our main event match and Jason Jordan makes his entrance to send us to break.

Back from commercial, we get one more round of SummerSlam still picture recap.

Finn Balor vs. Jason Jordan

Circling, Jordan going low before going behind on a collar and elbow, waistlock takedown, gator roll around and back into a pin that doesn't quite get a one count. Balor goes behind, standing switches end in Jason getting another waistlock takedown into a fireman's carry takeover and a pin but Finn finds sanctuary in the ropes and forces the break.

Jordan hosses him into the middle of the ring, side headlock, Balor shoots him off, drop down, leapfrog, Finn with a dropkick. Jason offers a handshake but Balor isn't having it, snapmare to a kick, reverse chinlock applied to grind Kurt Angle's son down. Reversed to a waistlock, up to a side headlock, Balor shoots him off, drop down but Jason catches the leapfrog into a twisting spinebuster for a nearfall!

Lying in wait, Finn ducks a lariat and clotheslines Jordan outside to set up the Penalty Kick off the apron but Jason has it scouted and we go to break.

Back from commercial, Balor in control and circling, kicking Jordan's leg out of his leg but Jason manages to catch a kick and level him with a lariat. Waistlock takedown into an elbow drop to the back, Jordan does it again into a two count cover, butterfly suplex follows and gets another nearfall for the son of Kurt Angle.

Butterfly lock applied, wrenching it in as Finn fires up and tries to fight out, Balor gets to his feet and Jason lands a knee. Trying to get him up for the suplex, Finn blocks, escapes with a back body drop, dropkick to the face gets some separation. Boots up in the corner, charging forearms into a basement dropkick, keeping Jordan off balance.

Charging chop, whip across for another, Balor dumps him outside, dropkick through the ropes and here comes the apron Penalty Kick! Bringing him back in the ring, Jordan blocks the Sling Blade and counters to a belly-to-belly suplex! Jason fired up, the straps are down, charging shoulder block sets up the back suplex neckbreaker but Balor counters to a crossbody for two!

Pele kick wipes both guys out, Finn looking to capitalize first but Jordan takes him corner to corner, slamming his back into the turnbuckles! Charging in, Balor connects with a boot and the Sling Blade works this time, shotgun dropkick, Finn repositions him and climbs...

Finn Balor wins by pinfall with Coup de Grace.

One last bit of hype for our main event before commentary shills for Birth of the Dragon, in theaters on Friday. We toss to a sneak preview that sends us to break.

Back from commercial, commentary hypes up our women's title match for next week, as well as the Cruiserweight Championship rematch on 205 Live tomorrow night.

We get entrances for our main event before heading to break.

John Cena & Roman Reigns vs. Samoa Joe & the Miz

Cena and Miz to start, John with the one-handed bulldog in moments and Joe tags in! Cena takes in the atmosphere and the camera cuts to assholes playing with a goddamned beach ball when they should be enjoying a tag team dream match main event. It's worth a distraction, however, and Samoa takes it to the sixteen-time champion, chopping and punching.

Miz tags back in, kicking away, off the ropes for another, jawing at the Big Dog, one more kick to the chops and John Cena is down and out. To the well one too many times, John lands a desperation lariat and again fools around, leading the wave and the A-Lister takes full advantage, getting a nearfall off the basement DDT.

Joe back in, drawing Cena up, a headbutt connects, a hard right hand, and he tags the Miz back in. Miz takes his time, climbing the turnbuckles as John gets up, staggered, and he connects with the diving axehandle for a one count. Thinking Awesome Clothesline but Cena sidesteps and begins crawling for the tag.

He gets it, Reigns comes in hot, lariat for Samoa, big slicing right takes the A-Lister off the apron, corner lariats for Joe, with a Mafia kick to finish the combo. Superman Punch reversed to the Rock Bottom... NOT ENOUGH! Stomping away, tag to Miz, who comes in choking the Big Dog over the middle rope before dumping him outside and distracting referee Chad Patton long enough for Dallas and Axel to interfere.

Miz mocking Cena's "You can't see me!" taunt before launching into the Daniel Bryan chest kicks, but of course Reigns ducks the buzzsaw and gets him up with a one-arm deadlift powerbomb! Both men down and out, their partners relatively fresh, tag made to Joe and he cuts Roman off with an elbow drop. Right hands and stomps, Mongolian chops into a neck crank as Samoa keeps control.

The Big Dog to his feet, throwing body blows to escape but Joe puts him in the corner for the back elbow / enzuigiri combo! The cover gets a nearfall and he tags the A-Lister in. Miz throws punches but Reigns is filling with determination even as he gets dumped outside and he lands a Drive-By on Curtis and a Superman Punch on Bo!

Low bridge puts the Intercontinental Champion outside, Joe puts his partner back inside but Cena tags back in all the same! Shoulder block, shoulder block, fall-forward Blue Thunder Driver, "You can't see me!", off the ropes but Samoa gets in his way and locks the Coquina Clutch on! He's wise to the Superman Punch this time and it hits Cena! He puts Roman outside, goes to dive... CUT OFF WITH A RIGHT HAND!

Miz wakes up and realizes the chance he has here, calling for the Skull Crushing Finale as Cena slowly rises, but John reverses to a fireman's carry...

John Cena & Roman Reigns win by pinfall with an Attitude Adjustment from Cena on the Miz.

Cena and Reigns have a moment together, the uneasy peace holding.

That's the show, folks.

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