WWE RAW Results - The McMahons Appear, Curtis Axel Main Events, More

WWE RAW Results - The McMahons Appear, Curtis Axel Main Events, More

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- Tonight's WWE RAW opens up with a video looking at John Cena's Three Stages of Hell announcement from last week. The video shifts focus to Triple H being out of action after the matches against Brock Lesnar and Curtis Axel.

- Michael Cole welcomes us to RAW and hypes Triple H's return tonight. He will face Curtis Axel.

- We go to the ring and out first comes Stephanie McMahon to the ring.

Stephanie says it feels great to be back on RAW. Unfortunately, she wishes it were under better circumstances. She talks about Triple H's match with Brock Lesnar at Extreme Rules and then the RAW match against Curtis Axel. She says Triple H has been cleared to wrestle tonight but she's made an executive decision and won't be allowing him to compete. She says she made this decision as an executive, a wife and a mother. Stephanie says Triple H has given his life and body up for the fans and this decision is not about them. She asks the fans to try and not be so selfish. The music hits and out comes Vince McMahon to a huge pop.

Vince says he's happy to see the fans tonight. He asks that the fans don't boo Stephanie and they do anyway. Vince goes on and the fans chant for Triple H. Vince says he and Stephanie care more about Triple H than the fans do. Vince says Triple H will not compete tonight. Vince asks the fans what they want and the fans chant Triple H. Vince says WWE is family entertainment, not a blood sport. More boos. Vince brings up the fans wanting more carnage and gets them to chant "one more time." Vince says there won't be one more time for Triple H, not tonight, not any night. Vince says Curtis Axel is beneath Triple H. Vince continues a slight heel turn and says the fans tonight are beneath Triple H too. The Shield's music hits and out they come.

The Shield vs. Randy Orton, Kane and Daniel Bryan

We come back from a commercial break at 8:10 and WWE Tag Team Champions Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns are in the ring with United States Champion Dean Ambrose. Out first for the other team comes Randy Orton. Kane and Daniel Bryan are out next.

Bryan and Ambrose start the match off. Bryan takes control and hits a big knee to the gut followed by kicks. Bryan with more offense and a tag to Kane. Kane with a dropkick to the face and a 2 count. Kane slams Ambrose for another pin attempt. Rollins comes in but Kane keeps control. Bryan tags in and they double team Rollins for a 2 count. Kane comes back in and works over Rollins. Kane with a big sidewalk slam for a 2 count. Kane goes to the top rope but Reigns distracts him. Rollins kicks Kane off the top and to the mat. We go back to commercial.

Back from the break and The Shield is in control of Kane. He goes at it with Ambrose and fights him off with kicks. Ambrose with kicks and a bunch of headbutts. Rollins comes back in and they double team Kane but he counters and double suplexes them. Orton finally gets the tag and takes out The Shield. Orton with a powerslam on Rollins and Ambrose. Orton goes for the draping DDT on Rollins but Ambrose comes in. Orton grabs them both and nails a double draping DDT. Reigns comes in and Orton goes for him. Rollins makes the save from behind and Orton goes down. Rollins with a 2 count on Orton.

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