Raw is War
March 5, 2018
“Then. Now. Forever.” The WWE video leads us into the show.
RAW General Manager Kurt Angle makes his way to the ring. The commentators recap what happened last night with Triple H sucker punching Angle. Angle says ever since he’s returned to WWE as the RAW GM, he’s had to swallow his pride on a few occasions. Stephanie McMahon taught him that you have to do that for business, but last week was too far. Triple H sucker punched him, and he won’t pretend this is ok. Angle says, “Triple H — I’m calling you out!” Angle doesn’t care if he’s the COO of the company. He wants Triple H to face him like a man.
Stephanie McMahon makes her way to the ring and tells Angle to calm down since Triple H isn’t even here yet. She asks how many kids he has. Angle has five, including a one-year old baby girl. McMahon says he probably wants to buy her everything. Angle is also remarried. Two wives means his alimony payment is steep. She gives him props for being an Olympic Gold Medalist, having won it with a broken neck. Angle is also a 4-time WWE Champion and a Hall of Famer. Do those accolades pay the bills? They don’t. Being RAW General Manager does pay the bills. She tells him to think about it. It wasn’t like Triple H wasn’t provoked. Angle almost ruined the biggest signing in WWE history. Ronda Rousey put her husband through the table because of Angle. She tells him to know his role, make the matches, and put this behind them. Angle just stares at her.
Ronda Rousey’s music hits, and she comes out to a huge pop. Rousey is all smiles and walks around the ringside area high fiving fans. Rousey then gets in the ring and hugs Angle before shaking hands with McMahon. A “Ronda Rousey” chant picks up, and she seems moved by that. Rousey says she’s realizing the people who brought her here aren’t what she thought. She’s dealt with bullying bosses before and will deal with it in her own way. McMahon says people just take orders and get it done, but Rousey understands that she did sign a WWE contract. That makes her a part of WWE that she oversees. It doesn’t have to be a bad thing. They’re giving her a match at WrestleMania. Rousey says she’s grateful. Her contract says she gets to choose who she faces at WrestleMania. McMahon reiterates that it can’t be a champion and they must be an active member of the roster. Rousey simply says, “You.” A “YES” chant fires up.
Triple H’s music hits, and he comes out saying this isn’t going to happen. Triple H tells Angle to stop pretending to be a tough guy and do his job. Stephanie is an executive of this company and is the Commissioner of Monday Night RAW. Angle says he thought Triple H wasn’t here tonight. Triple H says he’s here. Triple H tells him to do his job. Angle says Stephanie is a WWE executive and has a contract that states that. Stephanie also has a second contract as a WWE Superstar. Angle says Stephanie WILL face Ronda Rousey at WrestleMania. A loud “YES” chant picks up. That’s not only it. Angle also knows Triple H has a second contract. Angle told Triple H after Survivor Series that if he ever attacked him again, he’d come for him. As long as it’s ok with Ronda, at WrestleMania it’ll be Triple H and Stephanie versus Ronda Rousey and Kurt Angle! The crowd loves this.
Stephanie approaches him and starts poking him in the chest before going off on him. Stephanie goes to slap him, but Rousey grabs her arm. Triple H tells Rousey to calm down. Triple H tries for a sucker punch on Angle, but Angle blocks it and punches him down. Triple H quickly boots him back, but Angle hits a drop-toe-hold and goes for the Angle Lock. Triple H kicks him away. Stephanie attacks Rousey from behind, but she’s quickly on her feet. Stephanie then runs away through the crowd. Rousey turns and stares at Triple H. Triple H goes for a Pedigree on Angle, but Angle counters into an Angle Lock! Triple H screams in pain until Stephanie helps pull him out of the ring. Rousey then grabs Stephanie by the hair and pulls her into the ring! Stephanie begs her off, but Rousey pulls her up and connects with a modified Samoan Drop! Angle raises Rousey’s arm.
Asuka will face Nia Jax next.
WrestleMania 34 is 34 days away! Confirmed for WrestleMania is Ronda Rousey and Kurt Angle versus Stephanie McMahon and Triple H!
Asuka punches her, but Jax shoves her to the corner and avalanches her twice. Jax then hits a running hip attack to the corner. Jax head-butts her down and throws her out of the ring.
Charly Caruso is backstage with Alexa Bliss and Mickie James. Bliss likes Jax’s chances tonight. Tonight is her night. Bliss says Asuka looks worried. Her luck is running out. Bliss hopes the EMTS are on standby. She might end Asuka’s streak and career.
Back to live action, Jax hits Asuka with a sloppy backbreaker. Jax goes for it again, but Asuka counters into an octopus stretch. Jax fights out, but Asuka escapes her grip. Jax grabs her and stomps the midsection. Asuka gets to her feet and goes for a whip, but Jax stops it. Asuka goes to the second rope, but Jax punches her. Jax then hits an inverted crucifix face-buster!
We come back from the break to see Jax treating Asuka like a rag doll. During the commercial, Jax blocked a kick and powerbombed Asuka into the ring post! Asuka hits a surprise shining wizard for a near fall. Jax quickly gets up and powers her to the corner before shouldering her in the midsection. Jax takes her down for a two count. Jax lifts her up, but Asuka elbows out. Asuka hits the ropes, but Jax hits a Samoan Drop. Jax covers, but Asuka gets her foot on the bottom rope. Jax gets her up and presses her above her head before dropping her down. Jax goes for a leg drop, but Asuka moves. Asuka surprises her with an arm bar. Jax fights it and slams her, but Asuka holds on. Asuka holds on, but Jax powers her up and slams her into the corner. Asuka still won’t let go. Jax collapses to the mat and continues to try to fight. Jax lifts her up and bounces her off the ropes, but Asuka takes her down and keeps the arm bar applied! Jax screams in pain and eventually (and reluctantly) taps out.
Alexa Bliss looks dejected backstage after watching that. Jax slowly gets to her feet, and they’re looking for the crowd to cheer her. There is a light applause for her when she gets to her feet.
Later tonight, we’ll see Braun Strowman take on Elias in a Symphony of Destruction match. We’ll also hear about John Cena’s road to WrestleMania.
Chloe and Halle will be singing “America the Beautiful” at WrestleMania.
If The Revival wins this match, they’ll face The Bar for the RAW Tag Team Titles at WrestleMania.
Scott Dawson starts against Sheamus. Dawson applies a waistlock, but Sheamus takes him down. Dawson fights up and whips him off, but Sheamus shoulder blocks him down. Cesaro tags in, and they hit a double-team kick to the midsection. Sheamus tags back in, punches Dawson, and throws him to the apron. Sheamus goes for the 10 Beats, but Dash Wilder distracts him. Dawson punches and chops Sheamus before snapping him off the top rope. Sheamus quickly goes for White Noise, but Wilder tags in. They roll up Sheamus for a near fall. Cesaro comes in, and they hit a double-team gordbuster on him for a near fall. Cesaro rolls out of the ring to recover.
We come back from the break to see Cesaro tag in, and they hit a double-team elbow drop/backbreaker on Dawson for a near fall. Sheamus tags in and kicks Dawson in the face for a one count. Dawson hits a desperation jawbreaker and tags in Dawson. They double-team Sheamus for a two count. Dawson clubs away at Sheamus and tags Dawson back in. Dawson stomps Sheamus’ arm for a one count. Dawson continues to work the arm. Cesaro tags in, but Dawson soon DDTs him for a near fall. Cesaro quickly sends him to the corner and uppercuts him. Sheamus tags in and shoulders him before kneeing him in the face. Cesaro tags in, but Wilder distracts them. Sheamus does his weekly shoulder into the ring post shot. The Revival hits a superplex/splash combination, but Cesaro kicks out! The Revival cannot believe it! Dawson tags in, but Sheamus Brogue Kicks Wilder away. Cesaro then hits a Gotch Neutralizer for the win.
John Cena will be on RAW to discuss his road to WrestleMania, next.
John Cena makes his way to the ring to a big reception. Replays are shown of John Cena beating AJ Styles on Smackdown to earn a spot in the WWE Championship match at WWE Fastlane. Cena says he’s here tonight on Monday Night RAW to talk to them about Smackdown. Cena understands this is a difficult subject, but he suggests they listen. Cena has found his Road to WrestleMania, which is why he’s here tonight. Kurt Angle gave him this time to talk about Smackdown and the importance of Fastlane on Sunday. As the only free agent in WWE, he understands that the right to compete on RAW and Smackdown is a privilege. Some might wonder why he doesn’t do this on Smackdown. It’s not that easy. This Sunday there will be a Six-Pack Challenge. Baron Corbin, Sami Zayn, Kevin Owens, Dolph Ziggler, and AJ Styles won’t let him sit by and just say what he has to say. This Sunday, a record that has stood for twenty years will be broken. It’s tough even for him to talk about, but the truth is brutal. It will happen. This Sunday at WWE Fastlane, he will win the WWE Championship for the 17th time! That would break Ric Flair’s record.
All records are made to be broken, even the ones we hold close. This is his only Road to WrestleMania. For the past few weeks, he’s been told he doesn’t earn opportunities and holds people back. Cena was not given success. He was given a chance. Cena earned his opportunity when he beat AJ Styles in the middle of the ring. Amidst all of the adversity and opinion, he will never hold anyone back. When he wins on Sunday, people will say he robbed AJ Styles of a WrestleMania moment. Cena encourages Styles to make a greater WrestleMania moment. Styles should use his rematch clause right away and make the title match at WrestleMania a triple threat with Shinsuke Nakamura.
Goldust’s music hits! Goldust quotes a line from “On the Waterfront” from 1954. Goldust gets in the ring and says John Cena is the leading man. Goldust says he’s always had a dream of sharing the silver screen with someone like Cena. The dreams of soaking in the spotlight at WrestleMania. That dream begins with him stopping John Cena from going to WrestleMania. Goldust says all his dreams haven’t had the perfect ending. It seems like they’ve all been just taken from him. All of his dreams like pretty little rainbows have turned gray and very evil. That ends today. Cena wants to go to WrestleMania with the title. Goldust is taking control of this silver screen as Cena’s new director for this epic motion picture. Tonight, Cena’s dreams will certainly be… shattered. Goldust then lays Cena out with a right hand!
We join this match in progress. Cena comes back with some right hands, but Goldust ducks one and hits an inverted atomic drop. Goldust boots him in the head for a near fall. This is the first time John Cena and Goldust have ever faced each other. Goldust attacks Cena’s lower back. Goldust hits a second inverted atomic drop, but Cena tries for a comeback. They then take each other down with a double clothesline. Goldust gets up in the corner and sidesteps an avalanche. Goldust covers for a two count. Goldust punches away at Cena and yells at the crowd. Goldust rubs Cena’s chest, but Cena gets to his feet. Goldust takes him down with a snap powerslam for a near fall. Goldust rubs him again, but Cena fights up. Cena then applies a sleeper hold. The referee is out of position when Goldust connects with a low blow for a two count. Cena slowly gets to his feet, ducks a right hand, and hits a pair of diving shoulder blocks followed by a back suplex powerbomb. Cena hits the 5 Knuckle Shuffle before hitting the Attitude Adjustment for the win.
Kurt Angle is on the phone when Elias walks in strumming his guitar. Elias tells him to cancel the Symphony of Destruction match. It sends the wrong message about music. It should bring them together, not tear them apart. Angle says he’s not canceling the match. Elias says whatever happens to Braun Strowman is on Angle. Angle tells him the Symphony of Destruction match is Falls Count Anywhere.
The Miz will have the 3rd Annual Mizzie Awards later tonight. Paul Heyman will also be responding to Roman Reigns’ comments from last week. Coming up next, Bayley will explain her actions.
Video Package: Hillbilly Jim is the latest inductee into the WWE Hall of Fame: Class of 2018
Bayley makes her way to the ring. Still photos are shown of Bayley denying Sasha Banks a tag last week. Charly Caruso asks if she was sending a message or ending a friendship. Bayley says Royal Rumble and Elimination Chamber was every woman for herself, but what Banks did was hard for her…
Absolution’s music interrupts her. Absolution makes their way to the stage. Paige sarcastically congratulates Bayley on growing a backbone. Paige calls her a stupid little kid. There is strength in numbers. Life in WWE is easier with backup. If you have no one, you have nothing.
They circle the ring and lock up. Bayley applies a waistlock, but Rose elbows out and takes her down. Bayley kicks her into the ropes, but Rose cartwheels around her and kicks her. Rose talks trash to Bayley. Bayley grabs the arm and yanks it a few times. Bayley sends her into the ropes, but Rose powers her into the corner. Rose hits a scoop slam for a near fall. Bayley powers her to the corner and shoulders away at her. Bayley hits a running elbow, and Rose gets out of the ring. Rose regroups with Absolution.
We come back from the break to see Bayley trapped in a chin lock. Bayley fights up, but Rose kicks her and goes for a delayed vertical suplex. Bayley gets out, but Rose punches her for a near fall. Bayley fights back and gets a backslide pin for a one count. Bayley rolls her up for a two count. Rose then takes her out with a running knee for a near fall. Rose puts her against the ropes and goes for a guillotine catapult, but Bayley gets out and snaps her off the second rope. Bayley hits a pair of forearm hammers and punches away at her. Bayley bounces her off the turnbuckles before hitting a swinging back suplex. Bayley goes to the second rope, but Sonya Deville distracts. Bayley doesn’t fall for it and hits a diving back elbow. Bayley knocks Deville off the apron and counters Rose’s roll-up into one of her own for the win.
Absolution immediately double-teams Bayley until Sasha Banks makes the save. Banks clears the ring of Absolution before helping Bayley up. Banks then raises her arm up. Banks goes for a hug, but Bayley shoves her back and leaves the ring.
Braun Strowman will face Elias in a Symphony for Destruction Match later tonight.
Footage is shown of Nia Jax tapping out to Asuka.
Nia Jax is icing up her arm and looking dejected. Alexa Bliss walks in with Mickie James. Bliss asks Mickie to leave. Bliss says she knows Jax is disappointed that she isn’t going to WrestleMania. Bliss says she’s never seen Jax give up like that. She must be so embarrassed. Bliss doesn’t want her to feel like a failure. Jax has friends. Even though she’s not on the WrestleMania card, she will be next year. Bliss tells her to not be ashamed of what just happened. Bliss says Jax has been an outcast her entire life because she’s so much bigger than everyone else. Jax is tearing up. Bliss says she sees how people look at Jax in the airports. Even though she might think she’s a quitter, she can’t let this be her downfall. If she does, everyone will lose respect for her. Jax whimpers.
Ronda Rousey was put into the International Sports Hall of Fame this past weekend. Replays are then shown of the wild opening segment from earlier in the night.
Last week on RAW, Elias ran away from Braun Strowman after using a fire extinguisher on him.
Braun Strowman is shown in a handheld camera interview. Strowman says he’s not finished with Elias. He’s going to get these hands, as well as some keys, drums, and whatever else he can get his hands on. This match is next.
The stage is decorated with a grand piano, a drum set, and a bunch of numerous guitars. Elias is at the piano playing. Elias says he’s the living amongst the dead. Everything he touches and says is given life. Elias plays a trill on the piano and asks, “Who wants to walk with Elias?” Elias loves symphonies. They’re classy and sophisticated, the opposite of this scumbag town. Elias says guitar isn’t the only instrument he’s mastered. Elias sits at the drums and plays a riff. Elias then grabs a guitar and says Braun may be a monster among men, but he’s living in Elias’ world. Strowman will find out that WWE stands for “Walk With Elias.” Elias dedicates the next song to Strowman. Elias sings that he’ll win unlike the Brewers and the Bucks. Elias says Milwaukee sucks. Elias sings that he’s not afraid of Braun Strowman. Elias tells them to hit the lights and give him a proper introduction in the ring. The lights shine on a stool, but Elias is nowhere to be found. Elias used the lights going down as an opportunity to run away.
Elias is running backstage trying to get out of dodge. Elias leaves the arena and gets in a car. Elias revs the engine, but he isn’t moving. Elias looks in the rearview mirror and sees Strowman holding the car up to prevent the wheels from moving it! Elias runs away, and Strowman chases him!
Elias stumbles onto the stage, and the bell rings. Strowman kicks him in the ribs, and Elias rolls down the ramp. Strowman bounces him off the apron and puts him in the ring. Elias throws him across the ring and avalanches him before clubbing him in the chest. Strowman poses for the crowd and scoops Elias up. Elias slides off and chop blocks the knee twice before smacking the guitar off Strowman’s back. Elias clubs the back and knees him in the head to take him down. Elias goes to the top rope for a diving elbow drop for a one count. Strowman emphatically kicks out. Strowman easily counters a suplex and punches him out of the ring. Strowman kicks him in the ribs and brings him up the stage. Strowman clears the commentary table. His back is bleeding from the guitar shot. Strowman goes for a Running Powerslam through the commentary table, but Elias rakes the eyes. Strowman quickly powers him into the LED stage before throwing him into the guitars. Strowman then looks at a standing bass and slams it off Elias’ back! Strowman slides him under the grand piano and sits down at the bench. Strowman clangs on the piano keys and kicks the bench away. Strowman then breaks the piano onto Elias before flipping it over. Strowman then covers for the easy win.
Strowman stands over him and says, “I told you I’d get you!” The camera surveys the destruction on the stage. EMTs come out onto the stage and are beginning the process of stretchering Elias out.
Paul Heyman will respond to Roman Reigns later tonight. We’ll also see the 3rd Annual Mizzie Awards.
There will be a 50-man Royal Rumble in the United Arab Emirates.
Rhyno comes out on a rampage, but Wyatt quickly takes him down. Wyatt scares Slater away. Wyatt gets back in the ring and punches away at Rhyno before hitting Sister Abigail for the win.
Heath Slater thinks about getting in the ring, but Wyatt is hovering over Rhyno. Slater retreats.
Wyatt says he knows Matt Hardy can hear him. Wyatt demands that he show his face. Loud “DELETE” chants fire up. Wyatt says the Great War is far from over. Hardy pops up on the screen and says that he concurs that the Great War is far from over. This fight can only happen in one place of cosmic combat: The Hardy Compound! That gets loud cheers. A video is shown of Hardy on his compound. Hardy tells Wyatt to prepare for the Ultimate DELETION! Hardy laughs wildly.
The Miz will present The Mizzie Awards, next.
The Miz welcomes the crowd to the 3rd Annual Mizzie Awards. The Miztourage claps it up for him. The Miz says this is a cherished institute that celebrates the best of WWE. The Mizzies recognize true greatness, not acclaimed movies that no one has seen. The real “Darkest Hour” is that “The Shape of Water” won over “The Marine 5.” Miz wants to honor the best of WWE.
First Category: Best Superstar at Patting Themselves on the Back
The nominees are Seth Rollins, who bragged about being in a match for over sixty minutes… and lost, Kurt Angle, who took years to be a good father to Jason Jordan, Finn Balor, who held the WWE Universal Championship for a day. The Miz is also nominated. The Miz asks who they think it should be. The winner is… a tie. Seth Rollins and Finn Balor win! They can’t accept their awards because they weren’t invited.
Second Category: Worst Decision by a RAW General Manager
The nominees are Kurt Angle for bringing his bastard son Jason Jordan to Monday Night RAW, Kurt Angle for letting Finn Balor and Seth Rollins into the Elimination Chamber match, and Kurt Angle for failing to name a WrestleMania opponent for the Intercontinental Champion. The winner is… Kurt Angle! A graphic says, “Applause.” Miz says Angle cannot accept because he’s too busy kissing up to Ronda Rousey. Having a Mizzie on his resume will help when he’s unemployed after WrestleMania.
Miz wants to have a Lifetime Achievement Mizzie. This man is the main event wherever he is on the WrestleMania card. This man is also 55 days away from beating Pedro Morales’ record.
Seth Rollins interrupts and says the fine people of Milwaukee were begging for him to hit the music because he’s dragging. Finn Balor’s music hits to interrupt him. Rollins isn’t happy about that. The Miz cuts them off and says they don’t deserve a shot at him at WrestleMania. No matter how many great performances Rollins puts on, he still loses. As for Balor, he’s done nothing since winning the Universal Championship for a day. Balor talks about being “over.” This isn’t Japan. It takes more than a hand sign that isn’t even his to be over. The Miz says they beat him in basically a 2-on-1 Handicap Match. Miz challenges them to a 3-on-2 Handicap Match right now. Rollins says if that’s what it takes to shut Miz up, they’ll do it.
Finn Balor starts against Curtis Axel. Balor takes him down and wrenches the arm. Axel fights up and backs him into the ropes. Axel knees him in the midsection and sends him into the ropes. Axel goes for a sunset flip, but Balor rolls through and dropkicks him for a two count. Balor wrenches the arm before tagging Seth Rollins in. Rollins comes off the top rope with a club to the arm. Axel quickly comes back and tags in Bo Dallas. Rollins attacks both and hip tosses Dallas before dropkicking him. Rollin scares Miz off the apron before getting blindsided by Dallas. Miz tags in and hits a running boot on Rollins. Axel tags back in and takes him down for a two count. Axel applies an arm bar. Rollins fights up, but Axel takes him down. Axel then dropkicks him. Dallas tags in and applies a chin lock. Rollins fights up and boots Dallas back.
Balor is tagged in, and he takes out Dallas and Axel. Balor hits a double stomp and scares Miz away. Balor hits a running chop and sends him to the corner for another running chop. Balor then slingshots over him, but Dallas boots him back. Dallas goes to the top rope, but Balor hits an enzuigiri. Miz then distracts Balor. Balor chases him, avoids a clothesline from Axel, and eats a clothesline from Dallas.
We come back from the break to see Balor hit a jawbreaker on Axel. They then take each other out. Rollins tags in, as does Miz. Rollins hits a superplex and follows into a falcon arrow for a near fall. Rollins superkicks him and knocks Dallas off the apron. Miz rolls him up for a two count. Rollins superkicks him and hits a suicide dive on The Miztourage. Rollins throws him out of the ring and goes for a suicide dive on all three, but Balor blind tags in. They argue. Balor hits The Miztourage with a summersault senton. Balor hits Miz with a Sling Blade and dropkicks him into the corner. Balor gets to the top rope, but Rollins blind tags in. Rollins hits Miz with a Curb Stomp for the win.
Kurt Angle’s music hits, and he says he already has a match at WrestleMania. Now it’s time for The Miz’ match. Miz won’t be competing against Seth Rollins or Finn Balor. Miz starts to laugh. Miz will be competing against them both in a triple threat match. Miz’ face turns sour.
The commentators run down the WWE Fastlane card.
Paul Heyman will respond to Roman Reigns, next.
Paul Heyman makes his way to the ring holding the Universal Championship and going through his usual spiel. The crowd boos Brock Lesnar’s name. Heyman is here to deliver a message on behalf of his client. Heyman is holding the title because Lesnar has allowed him to put his hands on the title. After Lesnar defends the title at WrestleMania against Roman Reigns and if he chooses to defend it on SummerSlam, he’ll come back on television and, if he’s allowed to, he’ll lay the Universal Title down in the ring along with the UFC Title!
Roman Reigns has a lot to say about Brock Lesnar and criticized his schedule. Heyman says, “Hey Roman — what’s the biggest victory of your career? Last year in the main event of WrestleMania when you defeated The Undertaker.” Did anyone say that Reigns beating Undertaker meant nothing because The Undertaker only wrestles one night a year. If anyone said that, that statement is bullshit. The Undertaker is 365 days a year. If you beat him, props to you. Brock Lesnar is Brock Lesnar 365 days a year. Reigns isn’t beating him. If Reigns doesn’t like what he’s saying, he can do something about it next week when he brings out Brock Lesnar. This title belongs to Brock Lesnar.
Heyman then goes to leave, but stops. Heyman mentions that Reigns called Lesnar a “bitch.” Heyman holds up the Universal Championship and says this is Lesnar’s bitch. Reigns is eying up Lesnar’s bitch. Reigns thinks this business is his life blood. Heyman says this is not a belt or a strap. It means you’re better than anyone else in the world. The title means you’re the number one on the face of the planet. It’s not how bad you want the title. It’s how bad the title wants you. If you want to be the champion, you have to be prepared for anything. If you get a phone call on the night before WrestleMania that something bad happened to your father, you still have to show up to WrestleMania. Then you need to go to RAW and show it off. If you’re not needed for Smackdown, you can go back to your family that needs you. The title is everything you are. Next week in Detroit, his client will be here. Reigns can say anything he wants to Lesnar’s face. You don’t want to shoot on the microphone with Paul Heyman, and you don’t want to shoot in the ring with Brock Lesnar.
Roman Reigns’ music hits, and he makes his way to the ring. Reigns gets in the ring and gets in Heyman’s face. Heyman takes the Universal Championship and hands him a microphone. Reigns says this is what he’s talking about. Reigns said a lot of things. Some of them were harsh, but they were true. What does Lesnar do? He sends Heyman out for the rebuttal. Reigns says, “Brock really is a bitch, isn’t he?” Reigns asks that Lesnar shows up. The crowd wants the champion to show up to work. They want Lesnar to actually want to be here. If Lesnar is going to be in Detroit, he better not be dressed for a promo segment. He better come dressed for a fight. Heyman quickly hurries away.
Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns will go face-to-face next week on RAW.