September 27, 2016 10:39:25 am
On Monday night Raw, Roman Reigns and Rusev continued their physical rivalry with a WWE Clash of Champions rematch. The encounter didn’t have any pre-match talk and the two got straight down to business.
The two men took the fight inside and outside the ring and Reigns was the man receiving the blows for a majority of the match. Rusev was trying to take advantage of Reigns’ back injury. Eventually, Reigns was able to take an equal standing in the match and even left Rusev on the ground at one point after hitting him in the gut with a chair. The match then tuirned into a full blown fight spilled outside the ring. After a certain point the referee had to call for a double tap-in after the two players seemed to have gone beyond a point of refrain.
The other attraction of the night was a carry over from previous week’s controversial WWE Clash of Champions. WWE Universal Champion Kevin Owens and Chris Jericho’s Highlight reel was interrupted by Seth Rollins. Rollins is finally pulled away by RAW General Manager Mick Foley. Enzo Amore & Big Cass then entered the ring and challenged Jeri-KO to a match. Owens and Jericho came out on top at the end of it but Enzo Amore showed resilience despite being attacked, at times simultaneously- by both Jericho and Owens.
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US Champion Roman Reigns vs. Rusev ended in a Double Count-out
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Cedric Alexander & Rich Swann defeats Lince Dorado & Drew Gulak
Cesaro & Sheamus defeats Nick Cutler & Willis Williams
Sasha Banks confronted Raw Women’s Champion Charlotte
WWE Cruiserweight Champion TJ Perkins defeats Tony Nese
Seth Rollins crashed ‘The Highlight Reel’ with Kevin Owens
WWE Universal Champion Kevin Owens & Chris Jericho defeat Enzo Amore & Big Cass
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