WWE Monday Night Raw comes waltzing back into our lives tonight (Sept. 24, 2018) from the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado, featuring all the latest build to the upcoming Super Show-Down event early next month in Melbourne, Australia..
Advertised for tonight: Drew McIntyre & Dolph Ziggler vs. The Revival for the Raw tag team titles, Ruby Riott vs. Brie Bella, 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.)
WWE RAW RESULTS AND LIVE BLOG FOR SEPT. 24
Welcome to our fortress tall, take some time to show you around. Impossible to break these walls for you see the steel is much too strong. Computer banks to rule the world, instruments to sight the stars, possibly I’ve seen too much. Hangar 18, I know too much, and that’s why I’m liveblogging this here pro wrestling show for you, folks.
The show opens with a new “THEN. NOW. FOREVER.” bumper, so that’s neat.
A limousine rolls up and Baron Corbin opens the door to greet Stephanie McMahon and wish her a happy birthday. He sings and puts on a brave face until Triple H steps out and switches gears, saying he’s got their office set up how they like. Steph says everything they have to say, she can say right here. HHH wishes him good luck and leaves and McMahon sets in.
She says when she made him GM she expected him to do the job Kurt Angle couldn’t. He makes excuses and she says she expected him to lead and make good decisions. Was giving himself a title match a good decision? He demures and says the Shield are running crazy, to which she says he has no control and mistakes are tolerated to a point, but excuses never are, so if he’s got a problem with the Shield, he should get two partners and wrestle them tonight.
Or else... Kurt Angle could come back from vacation sooner than anticipated.
SIERRA. HOTEL. INDIA. ECHO. LIMA. DELTA. SHIELD.
The Shield make their entrance through the crowd.
Dean Ambrose says what you’re looking at are the three workhorses of WWE, and they may have lost a few battles here and there but they’ve never lost a war and they’re still standing. He passes the mic to Seth Rollins but Roman Reigns starts in first, saying you could read their resumes but it’d take all day. The simple fact is all they have to do is raise their current titles high.
He says they’re the keys to the kingdom, and everybody should want these, that’s why Brock Lesnar came back, that’s why the general manager is booking himself in title matches, because they’ll change your life. Fact is, though, the only men that deserve them are the ones standing in this ring right now. Rollins says that’s because this has always been about being the best, and that’s what they are.
Braun Strowman wanted the power so bad he recruited a pack of jackasses to take the Shield down, but that’s not gonna happen, and as for tonight, the World’s Largest Substitute Teacher seems to think the Shield is a problem and he’s gonna round up some partners to show the Shield who’s boss? Well, Baron, they’re out here and they’d love to show him how big a problem they can be right now!
Enter Baron Corbin, still in his civilian clothes.
The first thing he’d like to say is his boss is here and it’s her birthday, and he’s not letting Raw erupt into madness, he’s putting his foot down. And third, he and his partners are gonna throw the Shield around like ragdolls to impress her. They’re gonna show the world the Shield are selfish individuals, and nobody in the locker room likes any of them alone, let alone collectively, and that includes these guys...
Enter the Dogs of War.
Braun tells Roman to shine the title up real nice because he’s not wearing it for long. And as far as the Shield goes, he can already see the cracks beginning to form and it’s only a matter time before they implode. At WWE Super-Show, it’s gonna be the two of them against the four of them, and he’s not talking about Corbin. Seth tells him his math is a little off and says he should consult Dummy 1 and Dummy 2.
Strowman says maybe he should check in with Dean, because he thinks he’s starting to see the light, and Dolph Ziggler says the Shield needs Ambrose but Ambrose doesn’t need the Shield. Dolph was there two years ago on SmackDown, he was WWE Champion by himself and now they have everything and Dean has nothing. Seth waves it off and Drew McIntyre continues.
He says he’s brutally honest and the truth is last week Ambrose pushed him to his limit and he was very lucky to come away with the victory. He looks Dean in the eye and tells him that Roman and Seth don’t appreciate him and he deserves more. Ziggler suggests the other Shield lads call him Disposable Dean behind his back before talking about how Ambrose has sacrificed himself over and over for nothing.
Seth is champion, Roman is champion, and Dean is nothing, he says, and then when Rollins interrupts he points out they’re not letting Ambrose talk. And how long did Seth last before replacing Dean with Jason Jordan? Did he even text him the whole time Ambrose was hurt? Dolph lays it out plain and simple-- he and Drew are tag champs, at Crown Jewel Braun’s gonna win the Universal Championship, and if Dean wants to hang with them, he can take the Intercontinental Championship.
He knows they’re brothers and it’s not easy, it’d be nothing short of treason to turn his back on them, but-- Reigns tells him to shut up and that these people didn’t pay money to watch him bump his gums, they paid to see the Shield whoop their ass, and the Dogs advance, leaving Corbin to about have an aneurysm. He says this isn’t happening right now, no matter how much the crowd Yes!s for it.
Baron reminds the tag champs they have a defense tonight and says his partners and he will spoil the Shield’s reunion before it even begins.
Commentary hypes up said tag title defense against the Revival as well as Bobby Lashley vs. Elias, and we cut backstage to Finn Balor when Bayley rolls up to ask for a hug. She’ll be in Finn’s corner as he wrestles Jinder Mahal after the break.
Back from commercial in time for entrances, noting that each man is accompanied by his Mixed Match Challenge tag team partner.
Finn Balor vs. Jinder Mahal
Collar and elbow, Mahal backing Balor into the corner and breaking dirty with right hands over referee Rod Zapata’s objections. Pulling him out of the corner, scoop and a slam, and he follows that by locking a reverse chinlock on. Following it up with knees to the back, side headlock, into the takeover to get Finn grounded. Shot off, big shoulder block, headlock again, shot off, drop down, big dropkick and Balor clotheslines him to the floor!
Off the ropes... TOPE CON GIRO! Back inside he goes as we go to break.
Back from commercial, Balor fights out of a waistlock only to get laid low with a front kick after getting whipped off the ropes. Choking Finn over the ropes, slingshot knee drop into just grinding Balor’s hand into his ribs with a knee. Cobra Twist in the middle of the ring follows, Finn pries a foot loose but Jinder pops him in the face. Sunset flip, roll through into the basement dropkick!
Boots up in the corner, duck a lariat, off the ropes with a flying forearm, double leg into the double stomp and Balor’s fired up! Big chop in the corner, whip reversed, up and over, Mahal cracks a superkick out and Finn crumples! To the second, a gamengiri cuts him down and Balor heads up top. Leap over, land on his feet, Sling Blade connects, lining him up but Sunil Singh runs interference and his man gets a schoolboy nearfall!
Kick to the midsection, overhead elbow, the Modern-Day Maharaja poses and Bayley returns the favor by tripping him up! Singh and Alicia Fox argue, Foxy stomps off and gets in Bayley’s face! The Hugger blocks a punch and fires one right back! Sunil charges in... BAYLEY-TO-BELLY! Jinder’s shocked, Finn takes advantage...
Finn Balor wins by pinfall with a schoolboy pin.
Balor and Bayley celebrate on the ramp while Mahal fumes in the ring.
Jinder pops out and berates Singh, roughing him up a little and yelling at him in Punjabi! He throws Sunil in the ring and drags him to his fet by his ear before calming himself with his mantra. He slaps Sunil in the face and orders him to meditate with him. Fox joins him first and we cut back to see Singh has sat with them.
A recap of last weeks open challenge from Ronda Rousey follows.
Natalya and the Bella Twins enter for a trios match to send us to break.
Back from commercial in time for the bell!
Bella Twins (Brie & Nikki Bella) & Natalya vs. Riott Squad (Liv Morgan, Ruby Riott, & Sarah Logan)
Morgan and Nikki to start, collar and elbow and Bella tosses her aside! Lou Thesz Press from Liv into mounted punches, grabbing her ear, off the ropes, jockeying for position and Nikki drops her! Backbreaker, tag to Brie, double leg rolling slam, drawing Morgan up and the chest kicks follow! Cover is only good for two, Liv totally out of it and a tag is made to Riott.
Ruby with a side headlock takeover, wrenching it in, Bella to her feet, fighting out with body blows, whipped into the corner, back elbow up, missile dropkick connects! Brie Mode activated, knee trembler... NOPE! All six women in the ring, triple suplex connects and the Riott Squad regroup on the floor! Putting Riott back inside, she knocks Brie to the floor with a kick and we go to break.
Back from commercial, Logan is working a keylock on Brie. Bella gets to her feet, tosses her aside, and Sarah runs her over with a forearm before dragging her to the corner and tagging Ruby in. Catapult into a forearm, front kick and a cravate is applied. Knee lift, clear the apron, but Brie gets a facebuster in and the way is clear! Tags made and Natalya comes in like a house afire!
Lariats on lariats, discus lariat... RIOTT BREAKS IT UP! Big half nelson knee lift for Brie when she comes in, Nattie from behind, schoolboy gets two! Ruby tags herself in and Neidhart doesn’t see it so she locks the Sharpshooter in on Logan! A sitting duck, Riott with the wristlock...
Riott Squad win by pinfall with the Riott Kick from Ruby Riott on Natalya.
Commentary hypes up our Shield trios match.
A number of superstars fill the stage for a special Connor’s Cure presentation, which will take place after the break.
Back from commercial, Stephanie McMahon and Triple H are in the ring.
Steph says September is Pediatric Cancer Awareness month and WWE is proud to drive funds and research to pediatric cancer in honor of Connor. Together they’ve raised tons of money and helped families out, and this year’s campaign has focused on the superstars of tomorrow, personalities created by sick kids to help them in the fights of their lives. Triple says their superstars have had the honor of meeting some of these stars, like Super Destroyer and the Diva Supreme.
He puts the kids’ determination and passion over and McMahon says collectively we get stronger so they’re incredibly proud that they have a new tag team partner, and she runs a video package promoting Hyundai’s involvement in their campaign.
She introduces the 2018 Hyundai Hope on Wheels national youth ambassadors, Carter and Elizabeth. Hunter says not only are they survivors, but they’re two of the coolest kids he’s ever met, and he encourages Elizabeth to dance. She obliges, and he continues, saying they’re champions, and when you’re a champion, you have to have something to show for it, and they unveil title belts for the both of them, a Universal Championship and a Raw Women’s Championship.
Zafar Brooks, who’s an executive with Hope on Wheels, asks for another round of applause for the kids and puts his program over for twenty years of helping sick kids out. He announces a donation to Connor’s Cure in the amount of $200,000!
Commentary hypes up our announced matches and we go to break.
Back from commercial we see Dean Ambrose alone backstage.
Dolph Ziggler rolls up and Dean grabs him by the lapels and yells at him to get out. Dolph begs off and says all he was saying was the truth, and where were the Shield when he was almost dying from a staph infection? Ambrose lets go and Ziggler continues, talking up everything Ambrose did alone on SmackDown and pitching him on not having to do anything tonight but they’ll be out there watching and all he has to do is give them a signal.
Bobby Roode and Chad Gable get a picture in picture promo. Gable talks about how Konnor is twice his size, but if he gets in trouble, all he has to do is ask himself “What would Bobby Roode do?”, and the answer is be glorious!
Konnor also gets a promo, where he tells Chad he should have walked away while he has a chance, and not even his mentor can protect him from the carnage. He’s like a puppy that wants to play in the street, but he doesn’t realize there’s a semi truck bearing down on him.
Chad Gable vs. Konnor
Circling, Konnor with a knee and clubbing blows, right hand to the jaw, whip to the corner and Gable takes the buckle hard with his sternum! Cover for two, reverse chinlock applied, wrenching him around in it and reapplying when the Olympian is in danger of breaking out. Setting him up top, right hand... GABLE CATCHES HIM INTO THE ARMBAR IN THE ROPES!
Missile dropkick cuts the big man to size, off the ropes, duck a lariat, flying forearm connects, charging out of the corner, rolling Koppu kick, German suplex into the bridge... NOPE! Up top for the moonsault, nobody home, lands on his feet, off the ropes and the wastelander freight trains him! Gutwrench into the Canadian backbreaker rack... DOMINATOR! IT’S OVER!
Konnor wins by pinfall with the Dominator.
We cut backstage with HHH and Stephanie walking back to their limo when an interview rolls up. McMahon tries to wave a question about the Undertaker off but Triple is happy to answer. He says if Taker is worried about a suit, he’s already lost. They’re not going to be fighting in suits or in the boardroom, and as far as taking his soul, he sold that a long time ago.
Anyone could have seen it coming for a while now, he says-- when it comes to the Undertaker, the end is near.
The Raw Tag Team Champions make their entrance, their defense against the Revival will be after the break, before which we also get a Mixed Match Challenge hype reel.
Back from commercial in time for the bell!
Dogs of War (Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre) (c) vs. the Revival (Dash Wilder & Scott Dawson) (WWE Raw Tag Team Championship)
Dawson and Ziggler to start, collar and elbow, Dolph pushes him into the corner and breaks with a shove which gets a huge chop from Scott! Arm wringer, tag to Wilder, Ziggler backs him into his corner and tags McIntyre in! Pasting him with chops, smashing him into the turnbuckles, another big chop, front chancery and a tag back to Dolph. Clubbing away, into a neutral corner, corner body avalanche comes up empty and Dash hits a back suplex!
Tag to Dawson, stomping away on Ziggler’s arm, arm wringer into a hammerlock northern lights suplex with the bridge... NOPE! Tag back to Wilder, off the ropes, slingshot shoulder block gets another two, into an uppercut, Dolph looking for the big DDT and Dash grabs a Rings of Saturn, looking to rip Ziggler’s arm out of his socket! Into the center of the ring, Dolph reverses to a cover, only two... CACTUS CROSSBODY!
Dawson checks on his partner and he’s good to go until Ziggler sidesteps the charge and puts Wilder into the steps! Back inside, tag to Drew, he puts boots to Dash and deadlifts him up into a straight suplex for a nearfall that sends us to break.
Back from commercial, Ziggler and Wilder get a little separation and Dolph tries and fails to block the tag. Dawson in hot with right hands, clubbing him down, whip across, duck a lariat, Scott catches him with a kick anyway! Taking McIntyre off the apron, chop and a dropkick, whip reversal reversed... TIGER DRIVER CAN’T PUT ZIGGLER AWAY!
Front chancery applied, suplex lift sets the Show-Off up top, chop, tag to Wilder, superplex into a splash, shades of Power and Glory... DREW BREAKS IT UP! He and Wilder to the floor, McIntyre chops the post and Dash hits a tornado DDT off the barricade! Wilder looking for the win, caught by a small package, favor returned with a backslide, kick to the knee, Fameasser countered into a makeshift Shinbreaker!
Electric chair, tag made... DOOMSDAY DEVICE BUT ZIGGLER FINDS THE WILL TO KICK OUT! Looking for Shatter Machine, Dolph is dead weight and manages to get away and into the corner for the tag! McIntyre sets Dash up top, throws Dawson out, catch the crossbody but Scott hits a dropkick to complete it for a nearfall! Headbutt for Wilder, boot for Dawson, tag to Ziggler.
Off the ropes...
Dogs of War win by pinfall with the Claymore / Zig Zag combination on Dash Wilder to retain the WWE Raw Tag Team Championship.
Commentary hypes up Lashley vs. Elias and we see ring crew setting up for the Kevin Owens Show to send us to break.
Back from commercial, commentary hypes up WWE Super Show-Down, focusing on the return of John Cena.
Elias is in the ring to sing us a song. He says he only speaks the truth and the truth is Denver doesn’t deserve a performance from him tonight. So he’s passing it on to an intelligent friend of his, his partner in Australia, and there they’ll wrestle Bobby Lashley and John Cena. He’s speaking, of course, about Kevin Owens, whose eponymous Show this is.
KO takes his seat at the desk and thanks him for the introduction before talking about how glad he is to team with Elias against this bonafide super team, but that’s at Super Show-Down and they need to talk about last week with Lashley and Lio Rush. Elias doesn’t want to look at these people much less talk to them, and Owens takes over the talking.
He says he doesn’t know much about Lio but he started talking trash unprovoked, so he’s lucky he’s so generous as to give him a chance to be on the Kevin Owens Show and explain himself. Rush makes his entrance and KO tries to get him to come to the ring but Lio talks about how he and Bob made them look like fools last week and he knows Kev wants to make up for those failures.
He’s the Big Man’s Hype Man and the 23-Year Old Piece of Gold, and he’s staying right up here. Elias tries to talk him into it by mentioning they brought special seating and KO gets a booster seat out, which gets Lio laughing but he knows somebody else who’d love to hear them, not just a man, but a Rocky Mountain made machine who looks and smells like he’s money, his man, Denver Colorado’s (the place, not the man) own, Bobby Lashley!
Lashley makes his entrance, but we’ll have to wait until after the break for the match.
Bobby Lashley vs. Elias
Circling, collar and elbow, Lashley shoves Elias across the ring! Pass low, waistlock takedown, and the Drifter backs off for a prep session with Owens. Back into it with a waistlock of his own, standing switch, another takedown into a side headlock. Smashing his face into the buckle, Bob puts boots to him and climbs for the mounted punches but Elias yanks him down into a grounded side headlock.
Shot off, leapfrog into a shoulder block and Lashley’s rolling. Into the corner for a punch, whip across, up and over, off the ropes, Bob with a big crossbody! Charging lariat, now the mounted punches in the corner find their mark and he follows with a side slam for two. Charging into a boot, Elias to the second, diving crossbody but Lashley catches him!
Float over, chop block, DDT to the leg as Owens cheers him on from ringside! Double axehandle into stomps against the ropes and referee Rod Zapata has to warn him off! Knee drop across the throat, dragging his leg to the post he smashes the knee into it twice! Cover gets two, stomping away, resuming the attack with a stepover toehold knee drop into the Indian deathlock.
Trading punches in the hold, Lashley forces him to break but the Drifter picks the leg and kicks at his hamstring for two. Right hands for some separation, big back elbow and a lariat, clothesline to the floor and Bob follows, smashing his face into the barricade repeatedly. Zapata counts, Lashley puts him back in the ring but Elias blasts him with a knee to send us to break.
Back from commercial, Elias is in control with a single-leg Boston Crab but Lashley gets a hand on the ropes to force the break. Stomping away at the injured knee to keep the press on but Bob manages to shake him off and throw him out of the ring, catching him with an reverse STO when he returns to the ring! Trading punches, rolling solebutt, off the ropes with an overhand club and he drops the Drifter with a lariat!
Delayed vertical suplex, but Bob is slow to capitalize. A spear through the ropes leaves both men down and out! Owens heads after Rush and chases him around the ring, accidentally kicking Lashley and leaving referee Rod Zapata no choice...
Bobby Lashley wins by disqualification.
Lio springboards off the barricade to dodge KO, off the ropes, Elias catches him, Kev picks him up but Lashley makes the save! Big right hand runs KO off and the babyfaces stand tall in the ring together.
Seth Rollins rolls up on Drew McIntyre backstage, saying he’d like to give Drew a taste of the truth, that McIntyre is the one being used. You think Braun Strowman gives a damn about Drew? He’s just using him to get what he wants, and Ziggler is the weak link in their team, McIntyre’s the talented one but Dolph gets all the singles opportunities. He’s been carrying Dolph every step of the way, so before you point fingers, you should take a long look in the mirror and think about who’s being used.
Drew contemplates it as he leaves, and Ziggler rolls up to ask what that was about, to which McIntyre tells him not to worry about it.
Nia Jax and Ember Moon make their entrance, and Nia will be in action after the break.
Back from commercial we get a WWE-centric clip featuring the stars of the upcoming film Night School.
Ember and Nia get a handcam promo where Moon talks about how their partnership came about and Jax says she’s happy to be back as the irresistable force of the women’s division.
Alicia Fox vs. Nia Jax
Circling, Fox preemptively hiding in the ropes before charging in and getting goozled. She breaks away and gets bieled, Stinger splash, another biel and Alicia bails to the safety of her allies on the floor. Ember takes Mickie James out with a cannonball off the apron and Nia throws Foxy back in the ring. Caught with a knee, and a sliding neckbreaker connects for two!
On Jax’s back with a reverse chinlock, trying to wear her down, adding knees to the back but Jax posts to her feet and rams her into the corner to force the break. Alicia with a kick, charging knee gets two on the cover and she follows with forearm strikes. Another knee, off the ropes, fireman’s carry, Nia marches around the ring...
Nia Jax wins by pinfall with a Samoan drop.
Backstage, Drew McIntyre confronts Dean Ambrose about what Seth Rollins just did and says he has a couple theories as to why he might. Perhaps he wants a four-man Shield, or he realized everything they said was true and he’s looking for a replacement. Or maybe he’s just overreacting, it’s not like Seth’s ever stabbed Dean in the back before. He takes his leave as Dean remains stonefaced.
Commentary hypes up another look at Undertaker vs. Triple H and we go to break.
Back from commercial, commentary tosses us to the aforementioned hype package for Undertaker vs. Triple H.
Once it concludes, they hype up a Shawn Michaels appearance for next week.
The Shield make their entrance, so it’s main event time, but first we’re going to break.
Back from commercial and commentary hypes up Bobby Lashley vs. Kevin Owens and Ronda Rousey vs. Ruby Riott for next week.
Baron Corbin comes out to introduce his partners. He says tonight is the first match on Raw for the Shield in over a year, but from the way things have been going it might be their last. They’re smiling now but we all see the breakup coming, and that’s why half the roster beat down his door to team with him, and that’s why he went with the cream of the crop, the Authors of Pain!
The Dogs of War make their entrance, chairs in hand, and stake out a spot on the ramp for themselves to watch the match.
Authors of Pain (Akam & Rezar) & Baron Corbin vs. the Shield (Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns, & Seth Rollins)
Ambrose and Corbin to start, circling, collar and elbow, Dean with a hammerlock, taking Baron to the mat. Wrenching his other arm around, into a pin, Corbin to his feet, reverse to a side headlock, shot off, drop toehold, deathlock the legs, rear chinlock into a crossface strike, front chancery and a tag to Rollins. Double suplex gets one and Baron backs off to tag Akam in.
Go behind, side headlock, Akam shoots him off and clobbers him with a shoulder block! Float over a slam, boot up, tag to Dean, tag to Rezar, double shoulder block gets a double lariat and Rezar jaws at Ambrose! Scoop, slip out, duck a lariat, tag to Reigns! Electric showdown, the Author jawing, Roman with the big slicing rights! Off the ropes, shoulder block but Rezar rams him into the corner for shoulder thrusts and punches!
Fireman’s carry, Reigns out with an elbow, another big slicing right, fireman’s carry, Rezar floats out, off the ropes for the leaping lariat and the Big Dog’s fired up but Rezar is right on his feet! All six men in the ring, the match begins to break down and we’ve got a brawl! Referee Dan Engler is helpless as the Shield clear the ring! The Dogs of War rise from their seats and head to the ring and Corbin and AOP take advantage to attack!
Throwing Dean and Seth into the barricade as the Dogs of War back off, Corbin with the chokebreaker to Roman... NOPE! And so we go to break.
Back from commercial, Reigns gets a Samoan drop and the way is clear for the tag! Akam and Rollins legal, the Architect running hot, enzuigiri connects, Falcon Arrow reversed, float over, back elbow, to the second for the diving blockbuster... NOPE! Tuning up the band, kick to the midsection, off the ropes but DRAKE MAVERICK runs interference and Seth spills to the floor!
Baron tags himself in, ramming Rollins into the barricade, AOP putting boots to him for good measure. Corbin comes back around and throws him into the ring, stomping away, tag back to one of the Authors and he grabs a neck crank. Akam tags in, diving stomp Demolition Decapitation... NOPE! Choking Seth over the bottom rope, following that with a reverse chinlock, Rollins breaks with a jawbreaker but gets rolled over with an elbow.
The Lone Wolf tags himself in, raining forearms down, Ambrose has had enough and tries to come in the ring to save his brother but Engler warns him off! The distraction gives Seth the energy to hit Sling Blade, he fends one of the Authors out but dude yanks Dean off the apron! Reigns with the save, brawling on the floor, getting thrown into the steel steps!
Authors get Roman set up... LAST CHAPTER ON THE FLOOR! Corbin going for a chokeslam, Seth floats over into a pin, no good, caught by Deep Six... CAN’T PUT ROLLINS AWAY LIKE THAT! Baron drags him into the corner, quick tags with the Authors, Rollins with a headscissors takeover and he takes Akam out of mid-air with a superkick!
Crawling for the tag, reaching, Baron cuts him off but he lands on his feet on a back suplex and tags Dean in! Throwing hands, off the ropes, leapfrog, big lariats wipe the acting general manager out! Whip into a knee lift, charging out of the corner with a forearm, he blocks Deep Six, small package... NO! Duck a lariat, clothesline Corbin to the floor, AOP try to help him out and Ambrose knocks ‘em all down with a dropkick!
Taking the Lone Wolf back inside, he heads up top but Akam crotches him and he crashes to the mat! Short-arm countered with a forearm, pass to the floor and back in, duck the lariat, neckbreaker connects! Up top again... diving elbow drop BUT AOP MAKE THE SAVE! Drawing Dean up for Last Chapter... THE BIG DOG MAKES THE SAVE WITH THE SUPERMAN PUNCH! Rollins with the low bridge, Blackout on Corbin, dive on Rezar! Ambrose with a dropkick to Akam, Seth with a dive for him as well!
Ambrose and Corbin to their feet, front kick... DIRTY DEEDS! Dropkick takes an Author out, tag to Reigns, he’s howling...
The Shield win by pinfall with a spear from Roman Reigns on Baron Corbin.
Dogs of War rise from their seats as the two champions in the Shield stand tall in the ring. Dean Ambrose lies between them, heavy with the situation he’s been put in. The crowd chants for the Shield, Dean looks back and forth... HE’S STANDING WITH HIS BROTHERS! FIST BUMP TIME! SHIELD HUGS!
That’s the show, folks.