By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Monday Night Raw celebrated its 25th anniversary on Monday night. They were hosted at the Manhattan Center in New York City and the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
Many fans, who were in attendance, were not happy with the lack of action at the Manhattan Center. While it was the birthplace of Raw, it was not needed for this show.
Sasha Banks, Bayley, Mickie James, and Asuka defeated Absolution, Alicia Fox and Nia Jax at the Barclays Center. Banks used the Bank Statement on Fox.
The Miz also defeated Roman Reigns for the Intercontinental Championship, also in Brooklyn. The Miztourage interfered multiple times throughout the match, before The Miz took over the second belt cover.
Reigns ran into the second turn buckle before losing the belt. This is The Miz’s 8th run as the Intercontinental Champion. He lost the belt to Reigns before he went off to film a movie.
Bray Wyatt defeated Matt Hardy at the Manhattan Center.
Heath Slater and Rhyno vs. Titus Worldwide was ruled a no contest, which also took place in Brooklyn. The Dudley Boyz then came out and attacked Slater, including putting him through a table.
Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson defeated The Revival at the Manhattan Center. After Gallows and Anderson got the win, D-Generation X, Razor Ramon, and the Bálor Club hit their signature moves on The Revival.
The show ended back at the Barclays Center with RAW GM Kurt Angle bringing out lumberjacks. Universal Champion Brock Lesnar hit Kane with an F5, before The Monster Among Men Brain Strowman hit Lesnar with a running power slam through the announcers table.
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