The Miz came back to WWE Raw in the second episode of the year. He went straight to reclaim the spotlight that he always deserves. Also, there was a championship match on the show that got called off, last week. Here are the results from the show hosted by the FedEx Forum in Memphis, Tennessee.
Roman Reigns kicked off the show by talking about his victory over Samoa Joe, last week. While he was feeling proud to hold the prestigious IC title, Jason Jordan walked up to him bragging about the fact that how good he is as the replacement of Dean Ambrose. It brought Seth Rollins to the ring to join the party.
Sooner, Finn Balor walked into WWE Raw with Gallows and Anderson behind him in a huge ovation. They talked about how they will rule the year 2018 before Gallows took a shot at Jordan. Both the team held back, as Kurt Angle came down to the ramp and announced that Balor Club would face the three men standing opposite them in the main event of tonight’s show.
The Absolution was back to compete on tonight’s show. Paige was standing in the corner, whereas, Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville took on the team of Sasha Banks and Bayley. The heel team tried to capitalise using their cunning antics. But, Bayley shoved Deville off the apron allowing Sasha to lock in the Bank Statement to pick up the win.
The Miz came back to host a special edition of Miz TV. Elias welcomed him with a special song alongside the Miztourage. The former IC champion claimed that 2018 is going to be even a better year for him. However, for now, he will be seeking the IC title back from Roman Reigns.
Brock Lesnar appeared on WWE Raw with his client, Paul Heyman who cut a solid promo. Sooner, Kane interrupted to deliver an attack on the champion. Braun Strowman joined the party, as well by putting Lesnar through a table. He then pushed a metal structure on both Kane and Lesnar to end the segment.
The Cruiserweight championship match was counted out, as Enzo Amore suffered an ankle injury. Samoa Joe defeated Rhyno in a singles match. Apollo Crews and Titus O’Neil pulled off a shocker by pinning The Bar and pick up the win. Woken Matt Hardy defeated Curt Hawkins before having a confrontation with Bray Wyatt.
The six-man tag team match was a solid one who saw Jason Jordan distracting the referee owing to which Roman Reigns did not get the tag. Finn Balor hit the Coup De Grace on Rollins to pick up the win. After the match, The Miz hit skull crushing finale on Reigns and put him down with a triple powerbomb.
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