WWE Champion Randy Orton found himself targeted by Drew McIntyre and “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt as the action heats up on Raw.
The Legend Killer opened the show declaring himself the best in the business and a legend in his own right as he dared anyone to take the title from him, leading to Alexa Bliss coming out.
The pair went back and forth before she teased that ‘he could be here’ as the arena darkened with the familiar sounds of The Fiend’s music blaring out.
However, it was Drew McIntyre who appeared when the lights came back up, hitting Orton with a Claymore and promising to make Orton’s life a living hell.
The Miz and John Morrison charged to the ring as the former tried to cash in, but Drew cut the attempt short and insisted he’d be the one to take the championship.
The Firefly Fun House returned later in the show, as Bray Wyatt admitted Randy has been a very bad man in the past, while he revealed he’s had to build a new world from the ashes after Orton burned down the Wyatt Family compound.
He warned that The Fiend ‘never forgets’, before Bliss showed off a gruesome new trick, with Wyatt saying ‘oh s**t’ to bring the fantastic segment to a close.
In the main event, McIntyre overcame Miz and Morrison in an entertaining handicap match, but the drama wasn’t over.
After the bell, Orton hit an RKO outta nowhere to stand tall, only for Bray’s chilling laughter to fill the ThunderDome as the show went off the air.
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Jeff Hardy and Elias met in a decent Guitar on a Pole match, with the Charismatic Enigma picking up the win to hopefully end their feud so both men can move on.
In tag team action, the Women’s Tag Team Champions Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler battled Mandy Rose and Dana Brooke, with Lana proving a distraction at ringside.
However, the champs won the fun sprint, with Nia taking on Lana in singles again later in the night and sending her through another table for the seventh week in a row.
R-Truth lost to Bobby Lashley in a short match, with Drew Gulak running in to try and win the 24/7 Title.
Lashley put him in the Hurt Lock too, before tossing him onto Truth, giving him an inadvertent championship victory.
AJ Styles and his towering bodyguard took to the ring as the Phenomenal One declared himself the captain of Team Raw at Survivor Series, but Sheamus and Keith Lee didn’t agree with the sentiment.
Braun Strowman stormed out and wanted to get on the team, which he earned after beating Sheamus and Lee in a great, hard hitting bout.
The MVP Lounge saw the host and his Hurt Business partner Shelton Benjamin gunning for the tag team titles, leading to a great exchange on the mic with The New Day.
Benjamin teamed up with Cedric Alexander against the champs, getting a big win over Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods in a fantastic bout.
We also saw Ricochet make quick work of Tucker, ending things abruptly – before the real action got underway.
After the bell, Mustafa Ali set RETRIBUTION on Ricochet, destroying him in a clear attempt to rebuild some momentum for the faction.
- Guitar on a Pole Match: Jeff Hardy beat Elias
- Nia Jax and Shaynz Bazler defeated Mandy Rose and Dana Brooke
- Bobby Lashley destroyed R-Truth
- Braun Strowman beat Sheamus and Keith Lee
- Nia Jax pinned Lana
- The Hurt Business defeated The New Day
- Ricochet squashed Tucker
- Drew McIntyre beat The Miz and John Morrison
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