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– Tonight’s WWE RAW opens live on the USA Network from the Chase Center in San Francisco, California as Jimmy Smith welcomes us. He’s joined at ringside by Corey Graves and Byron Saxton. The announcers hype tonight’s big women’s tag team match.
– We go right to the ring and out comes Drew McIntyre to a pop. McIntyre stops on the stage and raises his sword in the air as the pyro goes off. Drew takes the mic and comments on how he might not get to kick off RAW too much more. He hypes WWE Crown Jewel and his match with WWE Champion Big E, noting that everyone will talk about the match because this is where he will once again become WWE Champion.
Drew says he’s waited months for this match, this is his last chance at the title before going to SmackDown and he sure as hell won’t let it slip through his fingers. Drew goes to recall a story from earlier today but the music interrupts and out comes Big E to a big pop.
Big E takes the mic and says he gets it, he understands why Drew wants to be WWE Champion so badly. He goes on and says Drew is so accomplished, but he will never take this title from Big E. He says Drew has two options as the train has already left the station – you can jump onboard or your big sword wielding ass can stay on those tracks and get run smooth over. Drew fires back and says Big E is on cloud 9 as he should be, but he is still chasing his moment. He goes on and says he is going to run through Big E to win back the title and there’s not a damn thing Big E can do about it. The music interrupts and out come SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos – Jimmy Uso and Jey Uso.
The Usos say they are pumped for McIntyre vs. Big E. They discuss who might get the win and Drew asks why the hell they’re here. The Usos say The Bloodline got drafted to SmackDown but they are now in this city, so tonight they’re sending out warning shots. They talk about how WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns will retain over Brock Lesnar at Crown Jewel, but they’re trying to figure out who will be WWE Champion – Big E or McIntyre. Graves says they’re talking about Reigns’ opponent at Survivor Series. They warn Big E and McIntyre about getting in Reigns’ way, and then say they have plans for Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods when they come to SmackDown. They toss a few more threats as Big E and McIntyre look on. Jimmy and Jey go to leave but Big E says they’re not coming out, running their mouths and then just leave. Big E goes to speak on behalf of Drew but Drew says no, he can’t. The Usos say they can speak on behalf of The Tribal Chief, and they propose a tag team match for tonight. Drew says they’re on. The Usos take advantage of Big E and McIntyre being distracted by each other, and end up dropping them both with superkicks. The Usos exit the ring as their music hits while Big E and McIntyre stare at each other from the mat.
– Kevin Patrick is backstage with The New Day, asking about a possible King of the Ring match between the two. They laugh and walk away.
King of the Ring Tournament First Round Match: Xavier Woods vs. Ricochet
We go back to the ring for the first red brand opening round match of the 2021 WWE King of the Ring Tournament as The New Day comes out – Xavier Woods with Kofi Kingston. Woods and Kofi stop on the stage to check out the throne, then head to the ring. We go to commercial.
Back from the break and confirmed for tonight is The Usos vs. Big E and Drew McIntyre. Woods waits in the ring now as Ricochet makes his way out. Mike Rome does the introductions as the pyro goes off and Ricochet stops to check out the King of the Ring setup on the stage. We get a pre-recorded backstage promo with Ricochet talking about how winning the tournament would launch his career into the stratosphere. He plans on having a new name, King Ricochet, and a new crown, when he heads to SmackDown in two weeks. We get a look at the current KOTR brackets.
The bell rings and they lock up. Ricochet goes behind but Woods shakes him off. They lock up again and Ricochet works on the arm. They tangle and Woods takes Ricochet down for a quick pin attempt. Woods grounds Ricochet by his arm now. They tangle some more and Ricochet nails a dropkick for a quick pin attempt. Jeff Hardy vs. Austin Theory is confirmed for later.
Ricochet with kicks now. Woods blocks a kick and they trade forearms in the middle of the ring. Woods sends Ricochet to the apron and rocks him as he tries to springboard back in. Woods goes to the top but Ricochet chops him from the apron. Ricochet climbs to the top for a superplex to the floor but Woods knocks him down to the apron. Ricochet springboards back up and nails the superplex into the middle of the ring. Woods yells out in pain but Ricochet fails to cover for the pin attempt. We go to commercial.
Back from the break and Ricochet takes Woods down for a 2 count. Ricochet with a takedown and a dropkick for another pin attempt. Ricochet shows some frustration now. Woods blocks a suplex as they tangle. Woods drops Ricochet ribs-first over the top rope. Woods leaps from the middle rope with a big stomp over the spine. Woods flies from the corner with a big second rope leg drop. Ricochet kicks out at 2 in the middle of the ring.
Woods goes on and covers for a close 2 count. Woods gets up but Ricochet drops him with a kick to the head. Ricochet rolls into a cartwheel senton, then kicks Woods in the face. Woods goes to the floor for a breather as the referee counts. Ricochet runs the ropes and leaps out, taking Woods down on the floor. Ricochet brings it back and nails a suicide dive to send Woods into the barrier. Ricochet goes for another suicide dive but Woods side-steps and sends him into the barrier on the third attempt.
Woods brings it back into the ring and goes to the top. Woods walks the top rope and delivers the flying elbow drop to the heart for the pin to win and advance.
Winner: Xavier Woods
– After the match, Woods stands tall and celebrates as his music hits. We get replays and come back to Woods celebrating at the throne.
– We see footage from last week as RAW Tag Team Champions Randy Orton and Riddle mixed it up with their challengers. Riddle and Orton are backstage now. Riddle informs Orton that someone just challenged Omos. Orton asks Riddle what he did now. Riddle says after Orton’s plan went so well last week, he had to do the same since he’s a baby Viper. Riddle asks about a plan for WWE Crown Jewel and Orton says there is no plan, last week was a one-time thing and Riddle never should’ve challenged Omos. Orton says Riddle is on his own. Riddle isn’t buying it. He says he will see Orton out there later.
Mansoor and Mustafa Ali vs. Cedric Alexander and Shelton Benjamin
We go back to the ring and out come Mansoor and Mustafa Ali. Mansoor is thrilled to be here but Mansoor snaps at him as we go to commercial.
Back from the break and the announcers hype the WWE Draft changes taking effect in two weeks. We go back to the ring and the bell rings as Shelton Benjamin is already in the ring. Cedric Alexander watches from the apron as Ali nails Shelton with a corner dropkick. Shelton fights back and takes Ali to the corner.
Cedric tags in and takes over but Mansoor tags in. Mansoor with a big inverted Atomic Drop to Cedric, then more strikes. Mansoor with a corner clothesline. Ali tags in for a double team Stomp from the corner. Ali dropkicks Shelton off the apron as Mansoor takes Shelton to the floor.
Ali and Cedric go at it but Ali misses off the top. Cedric nails a Michinoku Driver for the pin to win as Shelton stoops Mansoor from running back into the ring.
Winners: Shelton Benjamin and Cedric Alexander
– After the bell, Shelton and Cedric head to the back. Mansoor checks on Ali in the ring but Ali shoves him away and he’s furious. Mansoor looks shocked as Ali walks off.
– We see how Shayna Baszler took out Nia Jax three weeks ago, and then Eva Marie two weeks ago. She tried doing the same to Dana Brooke last week but Doudrop made the save.
Queen’s Crown Tournament First Round Match: Shayna Baszler vs. Dana Brooke
We go back to the ring for the first red brand match in the opening round of the inaugural Queen’s Crown Tournament. Shayna Baszler marches to the ring as we go back to commercial.
Back from the break and Dana Brooke charges to start as the bell rings. She fights but Baszler unloads in the corner. Brooke goes for her handspring back elbow but she lands in the Kirifuda Clutch. Baszler tries to put Brooke away but she gets out of the clutch. More back and forth between the two.
Baszler with an ankle lock submission now. Brooke rolls out of it after a minute or two. Baszler comes back and levels Brooke with a kick to get the quick win and advance.
Winner: Shayna Baszler
– After the bell, Baszler stands tall as the music hits. We get a look at the updated Queen’s Crown brackets. Doudrop vs. Natalya will take place later tonight. Baszler briefly attacks Brooke while she’s sitting on the apron. Brooke gets away yells back at her and some fans boo while Baszler laughs from the ring.
– Charlotte Flair is backstage. She doesn’t care about anything related to Queen’s Crown, and she doesn’t care about SmackDown Women’s Champion Becky Lynch, Sasha Banks or Bianca Belair, because she is already the champion, and she’s on top, and everyone else is beneath her. She takes shots at Lynch, Belair and Banks, but says she hopes Banks wins the title at WWE Crown Jewel so she can slap that stupid look off her face and then beat her for the title, then merge the titles together. Graves hypes Flair and Lynch vs. Banks and Belair for later tonight.
RAW Tag Team Champion Riddle vs. Omos
We go back to the ring and out comes RAW Tag Team Champion Riddle on his scooter. He hops into the ring and kicks his flip-flops off as the pyro goes off. We go back to commercial as Graves wonders if this is a trap for Riddle.
Back from the break and out comes Omos with AJ Styles. They laugh and taunt Riddle on the way to the ring. Riddle takes the mic before the match and stalls. He says “OK, Randy, now!” but there’s no sign of RAW Tag Team Champion Randy Orton. Riddle says Orton probably is busy or waiting for the secret code word. AJ takes the mic and tells the referee this is ridiculous, Riddle is just stalling. AJ tells the referee to ring the bell so we can go ahead and see Riddle get his head knocked off. Riddle chants for Orton.
The bell hits and Riddle is sent into AJ. Riddle unloads with kicks to AJ at ringside. Omos pulls Riddle into the ring with ease, then goes to work on him. Omos with a running splash in the corner, then the big chokeslam in the middle of the ring. Omos puts his foot on Riddle to pin him but AJ yells at him to stop so they can legally continue to kick the crap out of him.
AJ brings up how Omos took karate as a kid. AJ wants to see a roundhouse kick and Omos levels Riddle with it, and again. Fans chant for Orton and AJ tells them to shut up. AJ calls for the ‘ol “CB” for the chokebomb and Omos delivers it in the middle of the ring for the pin to win.
– After the match, AJ enters the ring and gets ready for a Styles Clash but Orton’s music hits to distract them. Omos goes out but Orton slides in the ring and levels AJ with the RKO outta nowhere. Orton and Riddle head to the ramp to look on as Omos and AJ seethe in the middle of the ring.
– We see what happened earlier with The Usos, Big E and Drew McIntyre. Drew approaches Big E now and asks him about what happened between them earlier. Big E says they can beat the hell out of each other at Crown Jewel but they need to be on the same page tonight or it will be a long night. They agree to let bygones be bygones for tonight. They go on and jokingly hesitate to shake hands but walk away from each other laughing and on the same page.
– We back to the ring and out comes Bobby Lashley, who apparently has something to say for his No Holds Barred match with WWE Hall of Famer Bill Goldberg at Crown Jewel. Back to commercial.
Back from the break and we see what happened between Goldberg and Lashley last week. Lashley is in the ring now. He says people are asking why he made the challenge for a No Holds Barred match. He brings up how Goldberg threatened his life last week. Lashley goes on about how he’s a better Superstar than Goldberg, who came in here last week wearing cutoff sleeves and yelling about murder. Really classy, he says. Lashley says he can’t go into a match with a man screaming and foaming at the mouth. He says the icon of Goldberg has been reduced to a rabid dog, one that needs to be put down. Lashley says at Crown Jewel he will finally end Goldberg’s career. No longer will Goldberg ride in here and try to end someone’s career, then ride off into the sunset.
Lashley says there will be no misunderstandings because Goldberg can’t beat The All Mighty, can’t hurt The All Mighty, and damn sure can’t kill The All Mighty. Lashley drops the mic and walks off as his music hits.
– Sasha Banks is backstage now. She talks about tonight’s tag team match and tells Bianca Belair to just follow her lead. She goes on and says she will capture the SmackDown Women’s Title at Crown Jewel.
Jeff Hardy vs. Austin Theory
We go back to the ring and out first comes Jeff Hardy to a pop as the pyro explodes. Back to commercial.
Back from the break and we see how Austin Theory took Hardy out last week. Austin Theory is out to the ring now. The bell rings and Hardy ducks a clothesline, then goes to work. Hardy takes Theory face-first into the turnbuckles as fans chant his name. They go on with Hardy keeping control. Theory fights back and dodges a Twit of Fate. Theory launches himself into a dropkick for a close 2 count.
Theory keeps Hardy grounded by his arm now. WWE 24/7 Champion Reggie runs down with Akira Tozawa, Drew Gulak, Drake Maverick and a few others chasing him into the ring, back out and then away through the crowd. R-Truth faces off with Theory and they have words in the middle of the ring now. This leads to Hardy taking advantage and attacking Theory with some of his signature offense after Truth runs away.
Hardy goes on and drops Theory with a Twist of Fate. Hardy goes to the top for the Swanton Bomb but Theory moves and Hardy lands hard. Theory rolls Hardy up with a handful of tights for the win.
Winner: Austin Theory
– After the bell, fans boo Theory as his music hits. He taunts Hardy and stands tall from the entrance-way as Hardy looks on.
– We see what happened on SmackDown with Bianca Belair putting Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch through a table. Belair is backstage now. She goes on about Banks, Lynch and RAW Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair, and how she will win the strap at Crown Jewel.
King of the Ring Tournament First Round Match: Jinder Mahal vs. Kofi Kingston
We go back to the ring for the last King of the Ring men’s semi-finals match as Jinder Mahal comes out with Veer and Shanky. Back to commercial.
Back from the break and we see Xavier Woods defeating Ricochet in a King of the Ring match earlier. Kevin Patrick is backstage with Woods and Kofi Kingston again, trying to get them to answer his question from earlier on a possible tournament match between the two next week. They respond with “who!?” over and over as Kofi heads to the ring and Woods follows. The New Day hits the ring as Jinder, Veer and Shanky stare them down.
Jinder goes behind and slams Kofi to start. Jinder yells out as Kofi looks on. They lock up and Jinder takes Kofi down with a headlock, keeping him grounded. They run the ropes and Jinder drops Kofi with a shoulder as fans try to rally. They run the ropes again and Jinder dodges a Hip Attack, then drops Kofi with a shoulder. Jinder takes Kofi from corner to corner, then unloads with right hands and kicks.
Kofi mounts some offense and goes on to hit a hurricanrana, sending Jinder to the floor. Kofi follows and knees Jinder in the face from the apron. Kofi climbs to the top and leaps back with the big falling splash for a pop from the crowd.
Veer and Shanky rush over to check on Jinder at ringside as Woods taunts them. Kofi returns to the ring and stands tall as we go back to commercial.
Back from the break and Jinder is back in control after taking over during the break with a big jumping knee. Kofi fights out of an abdominal stretch but they both land awkwardly. Jinder gets to his feet first and they go at it. Kofi keeps control and hits the corner crossbody for a close 2 count as Veer and Shanky look worried at ringside. Woods cheers Kofi on.
Jinder with a big Gutbuster in the middle of the ring. Kofi kicks out at 2 and Jinder is frustrated now. Jinder climbs up on Kofi in the corner but Kofi fights back and headbutts him to the mat. Kofi flies from the second turnbuckle but Jinder kicks out. Kofi rallies the crowd and hits the Boom Drop.
Veer and Shanky distract Kofi from the floor but Woods runs over and leaps off the steel ring steps, taking Shanky off his feet at ringside. Veer comes right back and levels Woods with a big clothesline in front of the announcers. Kofi sees this and runs over to make the save with a dropkick through the ropes. Jinder takes advantage of the distraction, back-sliding Kofi for a close 2 count. They tangle some more and Kofi goes to the top. He flies from the top but Jinder catches him in The Khallas for the pin to win.
Winner: Jinder Mahal
– After the match, Veer and Shanky hit the ring to celebrate with Jinder as the music hits. Jinder vs. Woods is now official for next week in the semi-finals. The winner of that will face the winner of SmackDown’s Finn Balor vs. Sami Zayn in the finals at WWE Crown Jewel. Jinder sits on the throne with the crown and scepter as Veer and Shanky cheer him on now and fans boo.
– We get a backstage promo from Becky Lynch. She takes shots at tonight’s tag team match participants, and goes on about how she will lead her team to victory, and retain her title at Crown Jewel. Becky says she’s been champion because she stays five steps ahead. She also says Sasha Banks runs away every time she loses, and teaming with Flair is about as appealing as the smell of piss in a downtown alley.
Sasha Banks and Bianca Belair vs. SmackDown Women’s Champion Becky Lynch and RAW Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair
We go back to the ring and out comes Sasha Banks. Back to commercial.
Back from the break and we get a brief look at John Cena’s surprise appearance on SNL this past weekend. We go back to the ring and out comes Bianca Belair. She and Banks argue and have words already. RAW Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair is out first for her team. Flair poses and marches to the ring as more pyro goes off. Out last is SmackDown Women’s Champion Becky Lynch to a loud mixed reaction.
Becky and Belair look to start but Banks and Belair go at it over who will start. Belair sends Banks into the corner and yells at her. Becky attacks Belair from behind and they go at it. Becky gets sent into Flair, knocking her off the apron. All four Superstars are brawling in the middle of the ring now. A second referee rushes down to try and restore order. Becky beats down Belair in one corner while Flair works on Banks in the other. Banks turns it around on Flair but Flair turns it right back around and tosses Banks to the floor.
Flair cleans house and stands tall to some boos, then knocks Becky to the floor. Flair goes to the top to fly but Banks attacks from the apron, beating her down. Becky assists, pulling Flair to the floor and beating her up at ringside. Banks goes to the top but Belair attacks from the apron. Belair launches Banks from the top onto Flair and Lynch at ringside. Belair goes to attack some more but officials rush down and try to keep everyone separated. Belair gets free and attacks Banks on the ground.
Adam Pearce and Sonya Deville interrupt with the mic, seething at what has just happened. They order all 4 to get back in the ring to restart the match because they had the chance to show the world what they’re made of and it’s not ending like this. The brawl continues at ringside between Becky and Flair, and in the ring between Banks and Belair. We go to commercial as officials continue to try and restore order.
Back from the break and things have calmed down. Flair and Banks go at it to start. Flair drops Banks but Banks blocks the Figure Four, rolling her up for 2. Banks with a hurricanrana but the Wheel Barrow is blocked. They go at it and Banks kicks Flair in the face. Flair with a backbreaker, then a slam into the mat. Flair keeps Banks down and works h er over. Becky ends up coming in but Banks takes control, covering for 2. Banks decks Lynch and takes her to the corner, tagging in Belair. Belair works on Becky’s arm and shows some teamwork with Banks now. They keep working on Becky’s arm and making quick tags, but also aggressive tags to each other’s arm.
Becky fights back with right hands and forearms from their corner. Banks gets sent to the floor. Belair with a big suplex and another long vertical suplex to Becky. Belair with a big running splash in the middle of the ring for a close 2 count. Belair taunts Becky from the middle turnbuckle. Banks tags herself in and sends her partner to the floor. Becky attacks Banks and they tangle, trading holds. Flair tags herself in and Becky isn’t happy. Becky drops Banks and argues with Flair over the tag now.
Flair taunts Becky on her way out but Banks nails the Backstabber to Flair from behind. Becky attacks Banks and unloads but Banks rocks her with a knee. Belair gets involved, rocks Banks and sends Banks face-first into the turnbuckles with a KOD. The referee calls the match after Belair turns on her partner.
– After the bell, Becky comes over and delivers a Bexploder suplex to Belair. Becky goes for the armbar on Belair now but Belair overpowers and goes for the KOD. Banks hangs onto the top rope and here comes Banks with a Backstabber to Belair. Banks and Becky go at it now. Becky blocks the Backstabber and kicks Banks in the face. Becky with the Man Handle Slam to Banks in the middle of the ring while Belair is down at ringside. Becky stands tall in the middle of the ring as her music hits. Flair recovers at ringside and looks on.
– We see what happened earlier tonight with SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos, Big E and Drew McIntyre. The Usos are backstage on the phone with WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns now, telling him not to worry because they are the one. Apparently Reigns told them to complete the mission. The Usos get hyped up for tonight’s main event to end the segment.
Queen’s Crown Tournament First Round Match: Doudrop vs. Natalya
We go back to the ring for the final semi-finals match of the inaugural Queen’s Crown Tournament. Out first comes Doudrop. The winner of this match will face Shayna Baszler next week. Back to commercial.
Back from the break and Graves congratulates WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon on going into the International Sports Hall of Fame. The announcers also hype the WWE Draft changes, which go into effect on October 22. We go back to the ring and Doudrop is dancing. We get a pre-recorded backstage promo with Doudrop talking about becoming royalty. Out next comes Natalya to the ring.
The bell rings and Doudrop dances. Natalya yells at her and then slaps her in the face. They lock up and Natalya unloads in the corner as the referee backs her off. Natalya with more big right hands in the corner. Natalya rips the flower from Doudrop’s hair and tosses it. Doudrop drops Natalya but Natalya comes back with another slap and more disrespect. Doudrop drops her again but misses the splash as Natalya moves. Natalya stomps the back of her head and hits the low dropkick for a close 2 count.
Natalya argues with the referee some more. Natalya with another forearm and the abdominal stretch in the middle of the ring now. We see Shayna Baszler looking on from backstage. She will face the winner of this match next week. Doudrop fights back and gets out of the hold, then drops Natalya in the corner and splashes her.
Doudrop charges with the corner cannonball but she lands hard as Natalya moves. Natalya with a discus lariat for a close 2 count. Natalya goes for the Sharpshooter in the middle of thew ring but Doudrop fights out and ends up dropping her for the roll-up and the win to advance.
– After the match, Doudrop stands tall and celebrates as her music hits. Baszler looks on from backstage as we get an updated look at the brackets. Baszler vs. Doudrop is confirmed for next Monday.
– John Morrison is meditating in the back when WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Nikki A.S.H. and Rhea Ripley walk up, asking what he’s doing. Morrison is tapping into his inner chi. Nikki says everyone should follow their dreams. They walk away and laugh as Ripley asks Nikki if she knows what Morrison was talking about, but she doesn’t. They look back and Morrison is meditating again.
– We see Big E backstage warming up. Austin Theory stops to take a selfie. Still to come, our tag team main event. Back to commercial.
– Back from the break and we see how Mustafa Ali walked out on Mansoor following their loss to Shelton Benjamin and Cedric Alexander. Kevin Patrick approaches Mansoor for comments on what happened. Ali interrupts and says Mansoor is nothing more than a giant waste of time. He’s tried helping Mansoor survive this place but he just goes out and makes friends, and is nothing more than a fanboy. They argue but Ali hushes him and says he’s trying to be Mansoor’s lifeline because without Ali, he will get eaten up here. Ali says he should’ve said this to Mansoor when he first met him – you are a loser, you’re worthless, you’re nothing. Ali walks off. Kevin says that must’ve been hard to hear. Mansoor says he will try to talk to Ali later. Ali suddenly attacks and destroys Mansoor while yelling at him. Ali walks off and leaves Mansoor laying. Officials rush over and calls for paramedics to tend to Mansoor.
SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos vs. WWE Champion Big E and Drew McIntyre
We go back to the ring for tonight’s main event as Drew McIntyre makes his way out first with his sword, Angela. WWE Champion Big E is out next to join him. Out last are SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos – Jey Uso and Jimmy Uso. They hit the ring and we go back to commercial.
Back from the break and Big E locks up with Jimmy, slamming him right to the mat face-first. Big E works Jimmy over and tags in Drew, who stomps away in the corner. Big E tags right back in and they keep the stomps going. Drew tags right back in with more stomps, and then Big E tags in with the same, and another tag to Drew. Big E then whips a big Claymore-type kick from Drew into Jimmy in the corner. Drew grounds Jimmy now.
Jimmy shoves Drew back into their corner, and in comes Jey for a quick double team. Jey gets kicked out of the air by Drew. Drew with a vertical suplex to Jey for a 2 count. Big E comes back in and applies an abdominal stretch to Jey in the middle of the ring. They run the ropes and Jimmy kicks Big E from the apron. The Usos double team Big E now. They make quick tags and keep Big E down in their corner as Drew looks on.
Jimmy grounds Big E now after a quick double team. Fans chant for The Usos. Jimmy beats Big E down in the corner. The Usos keep control and rock Big E in the middle of the ring. Jimmy grounds Big E after a big right hand. Jey tags in but Jimmy gets hit with a belly-to-belly suplex. Jey sends Big E to the apron but Big E dumps him to the floor. The Usos double team Big E at ringside now, launching him into the steel ring steps as fans boo. Drew runs over to check on things as officials hold him back. We go to commercial.
Back from the break and Big E goes at it with Jey. Jey with a close 2 count, then some words with the referee. Jey charges with the Hip Attack in the corner and he nails it. The Usos pay homage to The Bloodline as Jey talks some trash and goes for another Hip Attack but Big E moves and hits the belly-to-belly suplex. Big E crawls for the tag now, as does Jey. Drew and Jimmy tag in and they go at it as fans pop. Drew unloads and launches Jimmy across the ring with ease.
Jimmy counters with a roll-up for 2. We get a big Spinebuster for a close 2 count. Drew goes for the Futureshock DDT but it’s blocked. Drew with the Glasgow Kiss but Jey tags in as things briefly fall apart. Drew takes a superkick to the face for a close 2 count. Jey mounts Drew with right hands now. Jey goes for a Samoan Drop but Drew slides out, ducks a clothesline and hits a neckbreaker. Jimmy runs in and also takes a neckbreaker. Drew stands up and yells out as fans cheer him on. Drew calls for the Claymore but Big E tags himself in. Drew isn’t happy as Big E tells him to get out of the ring, payback for last week.
The referee gets in between them. Big E turns around to a pair of superkicks and a close 2 count by Jey. Jey goes back to the top while Big E is laid out on his back. Jey flies for the splash but he has to roll through as Big E moves. Jey blocks a Big Ending and shoves Big E into Drew on the apron, who has his leg held by Jimmy down below on the floor. Big E with a Uranage to Jey. Drew pulls Big E out of the ring to the floor.
Big E says it was an accident but he and Drew argue at ringside now. Big E shoves Drew first, Drew shoves him back. They trade strikes and start brawling at ringside. Big E blocks a shot into the steel steps, then sends Drew’s face into the steel. They keep fighting as the referee counts. Drew and Big E are counted out.
Winners by Count Out: The Usos
– After the bell, Drew and Big E continue brawling at ringside. The Usos run the ring and fly out to the floor, taking Big E and Drew down. They launch Big E over the announce table and he lands hard. They then launch Drew into the barrier. The Usos continue to turn furniture over and punish Big E and Drew. Big E fights back with a big belly-to-belly for Jey, then he shoves Jimmy into Drew, who hits him with a big overhead suplex on the floor. Big E and Drew meet in the ring again, going at it and brawling with each other. Drew avoids a Big Ending and drops Big E with a Claymore in the middle of the ring. Drew stands tall over Big E as his music starts up. We go to replays as the referee backs Drew away from Big E. Drew looks on from the ramp as Big E slowly recovers in the ring. RAW goes off the air.