By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
On December 12, 2016 at 11:34 pm EST
Monday Night Raw took place from the Wells Fargo Center in South Philadelphia this week. The show began with The New Day escaping with a win in a Triple Threat match.
Big E and Kofi Kingston escaped when Kingston pinned Cesaro. With the pinfall win, they defeated the teams of Cesaro and Sheamus and Gallows and Anderson.
It was thought with this win, they were going to break Demolition’s record.
Braun Strowman easily beat Curtis Axel.
Ariya Daivari and Lincé Dorado were expected to fight each other. Shortly after the fight started Jack Gallagher interfered so Dorado won via disqualification.
In other Cruiserweight action, The Brian Kendrick defeated TJ Perkins.
On The Rollins Report, Kevin Owens announced that he and Jericho would face The New Day later in the night.
Bayley then defeated Alicia Fox.
Big Cass got into a fight with Rusev. Rusev and his wife Lana ambushed Enzo Amoré in a hotel room. Big Cass said Amoré had ice all over his body, which is the reason he wasn’t on Raw.
Sami Zayn defeated Jinder Mahal. After the fight, Raw general manager Mick Foley announces that Zayn was “traded” to Smackdown Live.
But Zayn still wasn’t happy and wanted his hands on Strowman. Foley said Zayn was traded for Eva Marie.
Foley said there was never a trade and tried to play mind-games with Zayn to get him motivated to face Strowman. He announced that Zayn will get his wish and will have a 10 minute time limit when he faces Strowman on Sunday at Roadblock: End of the Line.
Foley also announced that Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins would be added to the main event.
For the second time on RAW, The New Day won — and will break Demolition’s record at midnight. Xavier Woods pinned Jericho for the win, as Big E held Seth Rollins on the outside.
The New Day beat Rollins and Reigns along with JeriKO. JeriKO are finished as they were feuding, before Reigns speared Owens and raised the two belts.
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