Know what transpired after RAW went off air on Monday

Arindam Paul / 04 February 2016

On Raw, Dean Ambrose got what he wanted at the start of the show as Brock Lesnar took him to a tour to the Suplex City and then finally put the Lunatic Fringe down with a monstrous F-5 to the mat with his brother Reigns laying on the floor.

What we saw, was not the actual end of the action, though. The camera was rolling until Lesnar took out Reigns and Ambrose to close out the show in dominating fashion, but that wasn’t the end of the action for the fans in attendance in Birmingham.


As the cameras stopped rolling the tag champions continued their assault on Reigns and Ambrose for a short period before a reinforcement came as the name of Chris Jericho. Y2J came out to help to lay Reigns and Ambrose eliminating the New Day and fended off the attack from Big E, Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods. 

Y2J got a huge pop from the Birmingham crowd when his music hit in the arena and the “savior of the WWE Universe” wasted no time to save Reigns and Ambrose from the wicked tag champions. It is quite interesting to see Jericho once again getting along with Reigns and Ambrose after he teamed up with them once before at the Night of Champions pay per view to take on the Wyatt family but turned on his back after the match.

Meanwhile, next week on RAW Jericho will get his rematch against AJ Styles from last week, in which Jericho may turn heel once again to start a full-fledged feud against AJ Styles.


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