WWE Monday Night Raw comes waltzing back into our lives tonight (May 20, 2019) from the Times Union Center in Albany, New York, featuring the fallout show from the Money in the Bank pay-per-view (PPV) this that went down just last night in Hartford, Connecticut.
Advertised for tonight: Brock Lesnar is the owner of the Money in the Bank contract, it’s time to build to Super ShowDown, and more!
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WWE RAW RESULTS AND LIVE BLOG FOR MAY 20
In your heart of chambers, where you sit with your picture books and your ancient wit in that nook I found you, so old and tired. Would you be the one to carry me? I’d like to be someone you could finally learn to love again, but in the meantime, I’ll settle for being someone who liveblogs this here pro wrestling show, folks.
The show opens with Mr. Money in the Bank himself, Brock Lesnar, making his entrance with the briefcase on his shoulder like it’s a boombox playing his music.
He tosses the briefcase to Paul Heyman and they make their way to the ring. Paul E gets on the mic and does his usual introduction and says he hears the paranoia permeating through the room as it well should, because just think of the conspiracy theories unfolding in front of your very eyes. His client has heard the theory that they hatched this plan as soon as they saw Sami Zayn get Braun Strowman out of the match, that somehow, some way, somebody had a back route into the XL Center, that somehow they could sneak Brock in...
...but how do you sneak Lesnar into an arena? That some way, somehow, Sami was lured, beaten up, hung upside down, and then somebody with the right political connects made a quick negotiation for Brock to be the eighth contestant in the match. But these theories give them way too much credit, and why not blame Lesnar for killing JFK?
This is how it goes-- if he’s WWE or Universal Champion, he’s a paranoid man right now, because whenever they appear at a WWE event, they’re vulnerable to the greatest assassin in WWE history, who now literally has a contract on their reigns. Seth Rollins first, every time he comes out, he has to be paranoid that Brock will strike at that time, and as his father “Tricky” Dickie Dangerously taught him, just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they’re not out to get you.
But good news, the whole world isn’t against him, just Brock Lesnar. But Paul would rather have the entire world than just one Brock, and now he has to defend the title any time that Lesnar demands.
(BURN IT DOWN!)
Enter Seth Rollins.
He gets on the mic and says he should be ecstatic tonight after being in the fight for his life against AJ Styles and winning, but he’s not in a good mood, because he’s got to come out here and see this. But he’ll cut to the chase, he’s trying to be the champion that Brock never had the guts to be, and he can’t do that with that contract over his head.
So this is what he proposes-- he knows he can beat Lesnar, so why not be a man and cash in tonight, man vs. man, right now! Heyman says Seth has to play Brock’s game before getting drowned out by the roar of the crowd at the standoff between the two men. Paul continues, saying he gets it, but this is Lesnar’s game of antici...
...pation, which means Rollins has to wait until Brock feels like cashing in. It’s kind of like waiting around seven hours for your girlfriend to main event the show you’ve dreamed of. This gets Seth hot and he gets in Brock’s face to try and cajole him into getting mad enough to cash in. Paul pulls his man back and tries to question Rollins’ worthiness, suggesting that perhaps Lesnar thinks Seth is beneath him and wants a new challenge, a New Day if you will.
Enter Kofi Kingston, the first of tonight’s Wild Cards.
He says he doesn’t mean to steal Seth’s thunder but he’s trying to establish his legacy as WWE Champion, and when it’s said and done he wants to be remembered as one of the best of all time, and he can’t do that unless he beats the best, night in, night out. So if Brock’s cashing in tonight, he needs him to cash in on him.
Paul E says he just realized both world champions are auditioning for a main event match against the reigning defending champion of the box office, Brock Lesnar. Mr. Money in the Bank didn’t have to come to them, they came to him, and he has inside word tonight that the two of them aren’t done for the evening, and since they’ll most likely be out here later tonight, Lesnar ain’t going anywhere.
In other words, stay tuned-- The Beast is yet to come.
Backstage, an SUV pulls up and Mick Foley gets out with the new title he’s unveiling tonight in a bag over his shoulder. He’s greeted by Curt Hawkins, Zack Ryder, Titus O’Neil, and Dana Brooke.
We go into Gorilla with Sami Zayn begging Bobby Lashley to soften Braun Strowman up a little bit, but Bob isn’t having it. But he’s happy to have Sami soften Braun up a little bit for him and tells him he’s got this.
He makes his entrance and we go to break ahead of his match.
Back from commercial, Kofi Kingston and Seth Rollins are backstage and discussing the opening promo when they run into Triple H.
He says he was going to tell them but they ran out before he could get to them-- they’re teaming in the main event against Bobby Lashley and Baron Corbin.
Braun Strowman vs. Sami Zayn
Zayn immediately bails and Strowman follows after, out into the crowd, just absolutely booking it! They get to the back and Strowman runs into Lashley and they stare down for a beat before Sami attacks out of nowhere! Braun swats him away and turns back to Bob as Zayn crawls away. Strowman tells Lashley he’ll deal with him later and picks Sami up and throws him into some equipment!
Shoving him up some steps as he runs away, they end up back on the stage with Zayn on Braun’s shoulders and struggling ineffectually. Back at ringside, Sami throws Strowman into one ringpost and then the next, but Braun wakes up before the third and throws him aside before tossing him into the ring. Charging in, he takes the post hard and referee Shaun Bennett calls for the bell!
Strowman with a lariat, he dumps Zayn to the floor and freight train shoulder blocks him! Back inside...
Braun Strowman wins by pinfall with the running powerslam.
Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross are shown talking backstage.
Cut to Lars Sullivan walking backstage, he’ll be interviewed after the break.
Back from commercial, Lars Sullivan makes his way to the ring for an interview.
A video of his path of chaos is played and he’s about to answer a question when--
Enter Lucha House Party. They surround the ring, Kalisto with a knee, Lince Dorado and Gran Metalik with tandem missile dropkicks, Kalisto adds one of his own! In triplicate and Sullivan is sent out of the ring! Lucha House Party stand tall and invite him back in, Kalisto with a slingshot crossbody and Lars drops him face-first into the apron! Dorado and Metalik laying strikes in but Sullivan shrugs them off!
Lariat to Lince, another one for Gran, back in the ring and Dorado eats the Freak Experiment! LHP save him from the follow-up Liger Bomb and make their escape!
A video package about Seth Rollins vs. AJ Styles from last night plays and AJ is seen backstage chatting with a crew member.
Ricochet makes his entrance, he’ll be in action after the break.
Back from commercial we get footage of Cesaro taunting Ricochet in the medic’s room and telling him to take the night off if he hurts so bad. Ricochet says he doesn’t hurt too much to fight and the Swiss Superman tells the doc to tape him up.
Cesaro vs. Ricochet
Cesaro in with a release Rock Bottom into the corner but Ricochet fights back with strikes. Off the ropes, back body drop connects and the One and Only rolls to the floor, his back screaming agony. Cesaro scoops him up, Ricochet floats out and throws him into the ringpost for a breather. Up to the apron, kickflip moonsault, slingshot plancha but Cesaro catches him and slams him into the apron to send us to break.
Back from commercial and Cesaro has a cutthroat half bow-and-arrow in, wrenching Ricochet over his knee. Let go of the leg, keep the straitjacket but the One and Only hits a jawbreaker to escape. Right hands against the ropes, whip across, pop-up, moonsault evasion, duck a lariat, off the ropes, satellite headscissors sends the Swiss Superman to the floor!
Off the ropes... CORKSCREW TOPE CON GIRO! Throwing Cesaro back inside, Ricochet climbs up top and dives... SWISS DEATH! Cesaro hoists him up, Argentine backbreaker press dropped into a backbreaker, Gotch lift...
Cesaro wins by pinfall with the Neutralizer.
Post-match, referees check on Ricochet, who’s clearly hurting from all the work done to his back.
AJ Styles is interviewed backstage.
He says he’s back to square one and he’s got a lot of hard work ahead of him, but that’s okay, he likes working hard. The truth is, he can beat Seth Rollins, it just wasn’t last night, and he lost fair and square in the middle of the ring, no shame. There’s a reason Seth is Universal Champion--
Baron Corbin rolls up with the slow clap. He derides AJ’s tired old story of “next time, I can do it” and says last night, he failed. Styles admits that and says he just said that before pointing out that Baron squandered his Money in the Bank and got fired as general manager, but Corbin points out he’s pinned Seth Rollins two weeks ago and that’s proof that AJ didn’t deserve the match, calling it a slap in the face.
Styles says that wasn’t a slap in the face, but this is, and slaps Baron in the face. The Lone Wolf tells AJ he’ll pay for that one and leaves.
Roman Reigns plays Wild Card and makes his entrance to send us to break.
Back from commercial, we see Mick Foley and Kofi Kingston chatting backstage.
Roman Reigns gets ready to speak--
Enter Shane McMahon.
He tells Roman he’s the Best in the World and he proved his point last night when he won his steel cage match against Miz and he’s now officially done with him. Which means that his focus is going somewhere else, and that is Reigns. You see, he can’t get what he did to his father Vincent Kennedy McMahon out of his head. He’s a global treasure and that Roman cowardly struck him to the ground, well, what kind of man hits another man’s father?
Roman disgusts him, he says, and Reigns fires back, saying he hates spoiled rich kids. He said a whole bunch of crap but the only thing he heard is that he’s done with the Miz, well good, he’s done with Elias so his schedule is wide open. McMahon says Elias isn’t done with him and one fluke victory doesn’t prove anything, so if he’s got beef he wants to squash it in this ring tonight.
Shane mockingly calls him brave for issuing a challenge after what he went through in the steel cage yesterday but says he won’t leave it up to them, and he polls the crowd on the match. They’re into it, but he says it’s not happening here tonight, because he controls his destiny like all rich kids and does what he wants, when he wants. Plus he’s Roman’s boss, so allow him to demonstrate his control.
He gestures and Drew McIntyre comes calling.
McMahon says on second thought, thinking of his challenge, it’s still not happening here tonight, but rather at Super Showdown, and the last thing he’ll hear when he wakes up is the announcement that Shane won their match. Roman offers a spoiler alert and says McMahon’ll say he just got his ass kicked by Roman Reigns, like everybody else. Believe that.
We see Becky Lynch backstage considering her WWE Raw Women’s Championship.
Cut to Paul Heyman shining Brock Lesnar’s Money in the Bank briefcase as they smile lovingly at each other.
The Usos make their entrance, they’ll be in action after the break.
Back from commercial, Drew McIntyre and Shane McMahon are walking when they run into an interview.
McMahon deflects a question about his match against Roman Reigns when Miz rolls up. Drew gets in his face and says if Miz has a problem with Shane, he’s got a problem with him, to which the A-Lister asks if McMahon has others fighting his battles now before saying once he’s done with McIntyre, he’s coming for Shane again.
The Revival (Dash Wilder & Scott Dawson) vs. the Usos (Jimmy & Jey Uso)
Wilder blasts the Usos before the bell! Putting boots to him in the corner, tag to Dawson, Demolition Decapitation... NOPE! Dumping him to the floor, Jey trying to break it up but they beat Jimmy down on the floor and throw him into the steel steps! Back in the ring, punches in the corner, quick tags, assisted straight suplex gets two! Clawing at Uso’s nose, punch to follow, drawing him up and laying a chop to the throat in!
Handful of hair in the corner, Jimmy blocks a punch, clear the apron, right hands, whip reversed, duck a lariat, forearm, tag to Jey! In hot with superkicks, dump Dawson, clothesline sends Dash to the floor and we go to break!
Back from commercial, Dawson has Jimmy locked down with a reverse chinlock but Uso fights to his feet and out with body blows. Back suplex, lands on his feet, off the ropes, front kick for separation, tag to Dawson. Block the tag, grab the ankle, 540 enzuigiri takes him out and the path is clear! Tags made, Jey in hot, big lariats, Samoan drop for each man and he’s fired up!
Running hip attack, shades of Rikishi, Scott puts him to the apron but he hits the enzuigiri and the diving crossbody for two! Fighting over the ropes, Dash with a rare trip up top and Uso cuts him off with a series of right hands! Climbing to meet him, Scott with a tag, sunset flip from Wilder, powerbomb into an elbow drop... NOPE! Scott with a handful of hair, right hand, uppercut connects and they get to slugging it out!
Tag to Jimmy, Superkick Party... DASH BREAKS IT UP WITH A HEADBUTT! Sliding out after Jey, step-up tornado DDT off the barricade on the floor! Jimmy takes him out with a suicide dive, back in, Scott gets him in a small package for two! Catch the superkick, right hand, second try the superkick connects... STILL NO! Up top, lands on his feet, back body drop to Wilder, Dawson with a handful of tights...
The Revival win by pinfall with an O’Connor roll and a handful of tights from Scott Dawson on Jimmy Uso.
Backstage, Alexa Bliss is having her makeup done and shoos the artist off.
Nikki Cross rolls up and Bliss says she did a great job filling her spot last night, but one little problem... she lost. Nikki says she got her hands on the briefcase for a second and Alexa says she saw that, but... she didn’t win. But good news, tonight she has her own show, and--
The Revival show up celebrating their victory over the Usos and saying they should be the next guests on Moment of Bliss.
Commentary hypes up Firefly Fun House, after the break.
Back from commercial we drop right into a new episode of Firefly Fun House, complete with a new, full-length intro that gradually gets creepy and distorted and flashes text reading “Let him in” later.
Masked Bray appears on the screen and asks us to let him in and that’s the episode.
Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross enter for A Moment of Bliss.
Alexa says she didn’t want to risk losing her luggage tonight so she came prepared and asks where her coffee is. A crew member brings two cups out and Bliss pours one into the other before passing the spare to Nikki and introducing her guest, The Man, Becky Lynch. She comes out and takes Cross’ seat, and Nikki gets up and stands awkwardly close to Bliss.
Bliss with a few false starts but Nikki is too close so she motions her to step back before getting going. Before Becky can answer a question about losing her title, the Iconic Duo enter making bird noises. They ask if they can still call her Becky Two Belts before coming to the conclusion that she is now Becky One Belt but that doesn’t have the same ring to it.
They try to cheer Lynch up by pointing out that they still have their two belts that they won at WrestleMania, and she tells them to shut their faces and points out she defended her titles more often in one night than they had in two months and she’ll take them to the ring right now and become Becky Three Belts.
Enter Lacey Evans.
She accuses Becky of being a typical man and not knowing where to give credit, pointing out that she’s the reason Lynch lost the SmackDown title. Becky says she can say what she likes while wearing her grandma’s clothes but the fact is she tapped out to half of her attention and now that she’s lost the SmackDown title she can slap her around full-time on Raw.
In fact she’ll take on all three of them right now! The Iconics scoff but Nikki Cross volunteers to stand with The Man! Lacey points out they’re one short, still, and Becky says Alexa will do. Bliss complains but Lynch says all she has to do is stand there and look pretty and she’ll take care of all the work.
We go to break before the match can begin.
Alexa Bliss, Becky Lynch, & Nikki Cross vs. Iconic Duo (Billie Kay & Peyton Royce) & Lacey Evans
Lynch and Kay to start, collar and elbow, Becky with a side headlock, shot off, shoulder block and The Man wants Evans! Lacey shoos her off, tag to Royce, another lockup, scoop, Peyton slips out for a mat slam. Cover, Matrix evasion, rolling solebutt, again Becky wants Lacey! She refuses, so Lynch grabs a front chancery and tags Cross in! Royce shoving her, Nikki trips her up, dropkick, whip to the corner, fired up, Stinger splash into a bulldog for two!
Cross to the arpon, shoulder thrust, slingshot dropkick, up top, diving crossbody... NOPE! Royce from behind, tag to Kay, double-teams are Iconic, big forearm, Evans tags herself in and puts boots to Nikki. Hankie out of her top to wipe her brow, senton de la muerte and a tag to Royce for the cover, only two! Armbar applied, wrenching at her chin to boot, Cross to her feet, whip hard into the heel corner and Lacey tags back in.
Putting boots to her, snapmare, giant step, sitdown into a neck crank before whipping Nikki into the corner and tagging Peyton. Right hand, whip across, Cross sidesteps the followup and tags Lynch in! Hot with lariats, leg lariat wipes a freshly legal Kay out as Evans takes a powder. Becky with the exploder suplex, corner forearm, up top, missile dropkick, clubbing forearm, up to the second...
Alexa Bliss, Becky Lynch, & Nikki Cross win by pinfall with a diving leg drop from Lynch on Billie Kay.
Post-match, Becky celebrates with her title while Alexa holds Nikki’s arm high like she actually won.
Mick Foley runs into Karl Anderson, Luke Gallows, EC3, No Way Jose, Mojo Rawley, Cedric Alexander, and Naomi backstage to send us to break.
Back from commercial, Mick Foley makes his entrance.
He gets on the mic and says he has business to attend to starting with this title on his shoulder. Now in his humble opinion there’s been something missing from Monday Night Raw and he thinks it’s time that we revisit those three letters R-A-W and he wants to make Monday nights raw again. He continues, saying for those looking to step up he can speak from experience that it takes a lot to make a mark and be a champion.
It’s not just something you defend, you breathe, dream, covet, love, gladly sacrifice a few teeth and an ear because that’s how a legend is born. It’s an obsession that consumes you throughout the day, every single minute, every single second, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. So, with that spirit in mind, he presents the newest title in the WWE family, drumroll please...
The WWE 24/7 Championship!
As the name implies, the title is to be defended any time, any place, anywhere. No days off with this title, as long as a referee is present, you can lose the title. Wear your trunks in the shower, because falls count anywhere means falls count anywhere. So what he’s gonna do is lay this title on the line and make us aware that starting tonight, the third hour of Raw is gonna get mean and nasty.
Starting tonight, right now, we’re crowning our first 24/7 Champion with a scramble and this is open to every superstar in WWE-- Raw, SmackDown, 205 Live, NXT, NXT UK, and who knows, maybe every now and then a legend will compete for it! He leaves the title in the ring as promised and orders the bell to ring!
Anything Goes Scramble (WWE 24/7 Championship)
Superstars exploded down the ramp, Mojo Rawley on the apron, just a wild fray, Cedric Alexander hammering Eric Young with punches, EC3 blocking Karl Anderson from getting in the ring, Titus O’Neil in the ring, Mojo Rawley pounces him, Cedric knocks Mojo out, EY in contention and it’s Anderson and Luke Gallows that get hands on the title at the same time after pulling them apart!
EC3 knocks them into each other, brawling over it with No Way Jose and they crash to the floor! Drake Maverick is in the ring and so is Titus! O’NEIL BIELS DRAKE OVER THE ROPES AND INTO THE CRUSH! He grabs the title...
Titus O’Neil wins the inaugural WWE 24/7 Championship.
Robert Roode blindsides him, a referee counts...
Robert Roode wins the WWE 24/7 Championship.
The assembled wrestlers chase Roode to the back!
Commentary hypes up our main event and the threat of Brock cashing in.
The Miz makes his entrance and we go to break ahead of his match.
Back from commercial, Robert Roode is running frantically with the 24/7 Championship.
He ducks around a corner and hides in some road cases as the rest of the superstars rush past him and he runs away in the opposite direction.
Drew McIntyre vs. the Miz
Collar and elbow, Miz passes McIntyre into the corner and gets away. From behind, side headlock, trying a suplex lift, Miz blocks the first and hops out of the second, probing strikes, whip denied and a double axehandle to the chest knocks the A-Lister down! Chop in the corner, whip across, up and ocver, off the ropes, crossbody caught and Miz floats over a vertical suplex attempt.
Duck a lariat, off the ropes, pass to the apron, slide low and trip him up so McIntyre goes face-first into the apron! Whipping his leg into the barricade, Miz throws him back inside, slides under, sunset flip denied with punches and Drew draws him up and biels him into the corner. Chop block, left hands, McIntyre ducks a lariat, suplex, land on his feet, boot up in the corner.
Another kick, Awesome Clothesline but Drew shrugs it off and hits a belly-to-belly suplex! Stomp to the hand to follow it up, front chancery applied, vertical suplex, only two! To the apron, front chancery, thinking suplex but the A-Lister reverses and kicks him in the chest. Sunset flip attempt to the floor, Drew shrugs it off with a punch but Miz takes his leg out from under him!
Back elbow sets up an atomic drop on the barricade, Shane McMahon cheering his guy on as he blasts Miz off the barricade and into the crowd! Suplex over the barricade and back to ringside sends us to break.
Back from commercial, jockeying for position in the turnbuckles, Miz counters an Air Raid Crash attempt into a sunset flip powerbomb! Blocking punches, firing his own back, getting the Scotsman into the corner for chest kicks, running knees, Awesome Clothesline and a followup gets two! Powerbomb lift, Miz counters with a Frankensteiner, full nelson, McIntyre slings him off and hits the inverted Alabama Slam... NOPE!
Whip into the corner, sidestep, hamstring kicks, block the boot, shoulder kneebreaker connects! But McMahon gets a cheap shot, spinning spinebuster from Drew... ONLY A NEARFALL! Claymore countered into the figure four leglock in the middle of the ring! Nowhere to go, Drew with chops to break the hold! Passing the big man to the floor, Miz off the ropes with a slingshot dropkick!
Turning to face Shane, but McMahon runs off through the crowd! The A-Lister sidesteps McIntyre and throws him in to the barricade, back in the ring but Shane blindsides him with referee Rod Zapata isn’t looking! Back inside...
Drew McIntyre wins by pinfall with Claymore.
McMahon says he has one last parting gift and asks Drew to set him up in the corner. Up top... ROMAN REIGNS MAKES THE SAVE! Off the ropes... SUPERMAN PUNCH FOR MCINTYRE! Shane slides in but runs away when it seems like he might also eat a Superman Punch! Roman shakes Miz’s hand after the heels run off, cementing their weird alliance.
Backstage, Baron Corbin and Bobby Lashley are hanging out when Robert Roode barrels into them. He tells them they didn’t see him and runs off as the rest of the men chasing him appear, Drake Maverick lagging behind.
Kofi Kingston and Seth Rollins are interviewed backstage.
Kingston says they know that Lesnar and Heyman are there and Lashley and Corbin are legit, but Rollins adds that no one likes them but they’re still dangerous, so they’re taking care of Bob and Baron first. Kofi says they don’t know who Brock would rather cash in on, but he’s worked so hard to become champ that he’s ready to not just visit Suplex City, but survive it.
He tries and fails to get Seth to join in on the hip swivel and we go to break.
Back from commercial, commentary recaps Rey Mysterio vs. Samoa Joe last night and the iffy pinfall on the finish and we get a handcam promo from Joe talking about how everyone saw his shoulders were never on the mat and he should still be champ.
He puts Rey over as both a human and a wrestler and says he knows he’d never tarnish his reputation by accepting a dirty win and so he’s going to give him the opportunity to do the right thing and give the title back, to be the man he knows he hopes Dominick grows up to be.
Cut to Robert Roode running through the parking lot and asking R-Truth for help. Truth directs him into the truck of his rental car and then shuts the lid before redirecting the mass of wrestlers in the opposite direction. Ron lets Roode out of the trunk and pats him on the back, asking if he needs a ride. He opens the door and referee Darrick Moore is right there!
Truth slams him into the car a few times...
R-Truth wins by pinfall with a lateral press to win the WWE 24/7 Championship.
Kofi Kingston makes his entrance to send us to break ahead of our main event.
Back from commercial we waste a little time with a special look at The Secret Life of Pets 2.
Baron Corbin & Bobby Lashley vs. Kofi Kingston & Seth Rollins (No Disqualification Match)
Corbin and Lashley start the match tornado-style, beating the champions down on the ramp and the stage! Throwing Seth in the ring, referee Shawn Bennett calls for the bell and Rollins hammers Corbin with punches only to get hit with Deep Six... KOFI BREAKS IT UP! Bob dumps him to the floor and follows after him, ramming him into the barricade!
Baron with punches in the corner for Seth, catapult lands on his feet and he hits an enzuigiri for separation. Reaching, tag to Kingston, diving lariat to a freshly legal Lashley, chops, dropkick, off the ropes, Superman Lariat connects! Off the ropes again, Boom Drop lands true, clear the apron but Bob gets behind him. Back suplex, land on his feet, boots up in the corner, double-jump crossbody... CORBIN BREAKS IT UP!
Club Rollins off the apron, Baron tags in, Lashley throws Kofi to the floor for him and Corbin directs traffic as they whip him into the barricade hard! Same for Rollins and the heels stand tall as we go to break.
Back from commercial, heels firmly in control and still beating our champions down. Suicide dive caught into a chokeslam on the apron, Baron throws Rollins into the timekeeper’s area, puts boots to him, and buries him in chairs! Back inside, chokebreaker on Kingston... NOPE! Seth comes back in, chair in hand, wailing on Bob, Corbin fends him off, enzuigiri from the apron, springboard knee strike!
Lashley dropped by an enzuigiri, Avada Kedavra for both of them and Rollins is fired up enough to take his shirt off! Tuning up the band, Bob pulls him out of hte ring and catches Kingston into a spinebuster lift only to get dumped himself! Low bridge for Baron, Seth off the ropes for a suicide dive! Trust fall senton from Kofi! Back in, springboard, Corbin dodges, float over End of Days attempt, Trouble in Paradise... IT’S OVER!
Kofi Kingston & Seth Rollins win by pinfall with Trouble in Paradise from Kingston on Baron Corbin.
Bobby Lashley spears both champions after the match and tees up with a steel chair. Kingston ducks, Rollins with the Van Daminator... and here comes Brock Lesnar! He and Paul Heyman circle the ring, he passes the briefcase to his manager and gets on the apron... before popping right back down. He ain’t cashing in tonight, folks.
Heyman pitches him on coming back next week and telling the world who he’s cashing in on, and they leave together.
That’s the show, folks.