WWE RAW: September 26th, 2016 - Results and highlights

Before Raw can fix its mistakes it must repeat them 


 
    By      Kyle Fowle@kylefowle          

  Sep 26 2016 
  11:50 PM

Before Raw can fix its mistakes it must repeat them By Kyle Fowle@kylefowle Sep 26 2016 11:50 PM

It's Roman Reign's signature never give up attitude that got him the win.

Reigns has been shoved down fan's throats since the build up to Wrestlemania 31 when he faced Brock Lesnar. Both men were victorious and ended the show celebrating together meaning they will be walking into Raw even more confident than ever, but that also means that Sami Zayn and in particular, Seth Rollins will be in a total opposite mood.

After helping Kevin Owens retain the Universal Championship, Chris Jericho invites his best friend to his talk show. Will Mick Foley put these to rivals into one more match or will the result simply be left at a draw?

Now Reigns will still be pushed as a big attraction he won't be shoved down fan's throats like before when he was in the main event every night despite fans wanting to see other guys like Dean Ambrose or AJ Styles instead.

United States Championship: Roman Reigns (c) and Rusev (with Lana) fight to a double count-out.

RAW Tag Team Championship: Big E & Kofi Kingston (c) (with Xavier Woods) def. Afterward, Kendrick, who had refused to shake Perkins' hand before the match, offered his hand to Perkins, but then he head-butted him. Not exactly giving a damn at this point, Rusev nailed Reigns with a chair shot and threw him back into the ring, but he walked straight into a Spear. Look no further than what they did with Cesaro and Sheamus. The Brian Kendrick earned a chance to win this new Raw title, after beating out three other cruiserweights. Now, she has to face both Sasha Banks and Bayley to defend her title in a triple threat match.

Folley said that both of them will get a Championship oppurtunity later on as a Tag-team.

Kicking off their very first team-up on RAW, Cesaro and Sheamus weren't exactly a functioning team even when facing a pair of jobbers.

So, it's official. Charlotte vs. Banks next Monday night. It was unexpected yet not surprising to see Chris Jericho interfere.

The match went the course of the usual "referee-by-knockout.' When Rollins accidentally collided with the referee, something diabolical was about to happen".

Near the 21-minute mark, Jericho came down to ringside and distracted Rollins, which led to Owens hitting a package piledriver for a near fall.

Don't believe us? Just watch Rollins' reversal of a Pop-up Powerbomb into a Pedigree. She bragged about winning the match on Sunday night and being the best women's wrestler... ever. As Rollins tried to revive the referee, Stephanie McMahon came out with a second referee. However, the show was marred by a couple of bad finishes (Cesaro vs. Sheamus, Kevin Owens vs. Seth Rollins) and the lack of a true babyface in the main event.

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