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Monday Night Raw 4/16/2018

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Monday Night Raw took place at the Hartford Civic Center in Hartford, Ct. After Jinder Mahal joined the Raw roster, he was then defeated by Jeff Hardy for the United States Championship.

This is the first time that Hardy held this belt in his career.

The Miz after his team was defeated in the 10-man tag team (Photo by the WWE)

The Miz after his team was defeated in the 10-man tag team (Photo by the WWE)

 

When Sasha Banks and Bayley were competing against each other, The Riott Squad attacked them both. The original match was not completed before the interference.

The Authors of Pain defeated Heath Slater and Rhyno. Then “Woken” Matt Hardy and Bray Wyatt defeated The Revival.

Ember Moon defeated Mickie James.

Dolph Ziggler returned to Raw. However, he was interrupted by Titus Worldwide. Drew McIntyre came to Ziggler’s aid to attack Titus Worldwide.

Natalya returned to Raw, as well. She defeated Mandy Rose by submission. Absolution then attacked Natalya before Ronda Rousey came to the Canadian’s aid.

Sonya Deville wanted to try Rousey, then was squashed by the former UFC star in seconds.

Breezango defeated The Bar in their first episode on Raw. Tyler Breeze defeated Cesaro.

Braun Strowman defeated The Miz in a 10-man Tag Team match to end the show.

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