Raw is War
September 29, 2003
THE GAME JUST GOT A WHOLE LOT MORE INTERESTING
Former World Heavyweight Champion Triple H has a plan to get "his" title back, and he revealed it on RAW: The Game vowed to give any competitor -- man or woman -- $100,000 of his own money if that competitor could take out the new champion, Goldberg. And it doesn't matter if Goldberg is eliminated in the ring, backstage, in the parking lot or anywhere else! Goldberg vowed to take out anyone who gets in his way, and he did just that to the first two Superstars to take Triple H up on his challenge -- Steven Richards, who attacked Goldberg during a backstage interview, and Rodney Mack, who hit Goldberg with a steel chair during the tag team main event.
Also in the main event, Mack's Thuggin' & Buggin' partner, Mark Henry, brutally assaulted Shawn Michaels, ramming him head first into the steel steps, busting him wide open, and then dropping him knee first into the steps before dragging him backstage. Henry later vowed to do the same thing to Goldberg, and collect Triple H's bounty, next week when RAW is live at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Connecticut.
Meanwhile, much to the delight of fans, Jim Ross defeated the Coach in a Strap Match, winning back the RAW announce job for J.R. and Jerry "The King" Lawler. After attacking Eric Bischoff last week, Stone Cold Steve Austin was officially suspended this week by WWE's Board of Directors. But, as is his custom, Austin didn't listen to authority. He got into the Allstate Arena, and even after he was escorted out of the building, he got back in when he managed to get himself a ticket for the sold-out show, and he celebrated J.R.'s victory over Coach.
Also, Scott Steiner has snapped. Steiner revealed that he hasn't and won't forgive Stacy Keibler for costing him the match at Unforgiven, and then he gave the leggy Diva a belly-to-belly suplex!
Dudley Boyz defeated Test & Scott Steiner
Mark Jindrak, Garrison Cade & Maven def. La Resistance & Rob Conway
Jim Ross def. Coach
Kane def. Hurricane
Shawn Michaels & Goldberg def. Ric Flair & Randy Orton by disqualification
Rob Van Dam def. Christian in a
Ladder Match to win the Intercontinental Title