RAW Results (11/2/20)

WWE Monday Night RAW Results (11/2/20): ThunderDome, Orlando, FL

Welcome to our live coverage for WWE Monday Night RAW on USA Network here at eWrestling.com, where we will be providing the absolute fastest and most-detailed live results coverage of the November 2, 2020 episode of the weekly blue brand wrestling entertainment program.

Tonight’s edition of WWE Monday Night RAW has the red brand prepared for a night of action-packed events! Randy Orton had a chaotic start to his 14th World Championship reign this past Monday, as the new WWE Champion has a giant target on his back. Drew McIntyre is motivated to reclaim his title, and he brawled with The Viper as Raw went off the air last week. The Miz lurks as the new Mr. Money in the Bank and has dreams of another WWE Championship run of his own. Then there’s always the ominous presence of The Fiend who hasn’t forgotten Orton’s inferno of The Wyatt Family Compound. Finally, a showdown with Universal Roman Reigns at Survivor Series looms as well. Catch the latest with the WWE Champion this Monday at 8/7 C on Raw on the USA Network.

Featured below are WWE Monday Night RAW results for the Monday, November 2, 2020 episode of the weekly WWE on USA Network red brand show, written by our popular female eWrestling.com reporter, Jamie Rush. Follow me on Twitter @JamieRush312.

WWE Monday Night RAW LIVE Results – (11/2/20)

Show Opening

We see a recap from last week with Randy Orton and Alexa Bliss in the ring, Orton asking repetitively where The Fiend is. Alexa stressing her enjoyment over Orton and McIntyre “burning the house down”. Finally The Fiend appearing and the signature, “LET ME IN!”

We then head into the show’s intro with the new music and we enter the WWE ThunderDome LIVE at Amway Center as the commentary team welcomes us to tonight’s MONDAY NIGHT RAW!

WWE Champion, Randy Orton Takes The Ring

The Apex Predator himself, RANDY ORTON’S music sounds as our WWE Champion makes his way to the stage. Orton looks around the ThunderDome and then makes his way down the ramp towards the ring with his championship belt draped over his shoulder.

Commentary reiterates, if Randy Orton is still champion when Survivor Series takes place, it will be the WWE Champion Randy Orton vs. WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns at the pay-per-view event! The Best vs. The Best.

Randy Orton stands inside the ring after finishing his entrance, mic in hand. “Eight days ago, I became WWE Champion. Eight days ago, I became a 14 time WORLD Champion,” Orton continues, “Eight days ago I proved I am the best of the best.” Orton says that’s not enough. Orton says he’s better than Edge, Undertaker, Shawn Michaels, Ric Flair, John Cena and especially Drew McIntyre. Orton says he’s better than everyone in the locker room including those who have been there for years. Orton notes that he’s a third generation wrestler that “grew up in the business” and some say he was protected by HHH early in his career…

Orton ends by stating none of that is the reason he’s the champion, he’s the champion because he is the BEST. Orton says he’s more than “The Legend Killer”, he’s now simply, “A Legend.” The crowd boos. He notes that the gold on his shoulder comes with great responsibility, but also with a bulls-eye on his back. He doesn’t care who comes for him… come and get it!

Alexa Bliss Enters

On that note, Alexa Bliss’s music sounds and Alexa makes her way down the ramp waving “Little Rascals” style with her hand under her chin as she smiles at Orton. Alexa enters the ring and smiles big at Orton who then circles her and glances down at her as she continues to giggle and smile. Orton says, “Where is he?” Alexa holds both hands up to her chin innocently, her one hand says “Play” and the other says “Pain”. Alexa then puts down the hand that says, “Play” and her face turns serious. Alexa states, “He. could. be. here.”

The Fiend’s Music Sounds

As Alexa finishes her statement to Randy Orton, the arena turns scarlet red as the piercing sound that is all too familiar to The Fiend begins to play over the speakers of the ThunderDome. Orton looks around worried, waiting for Fiend to appear. Suddenly Drew McIntyre comes up from behind Orton and delivers the Claymore to knock Orton out inside the ring! McIntyre then exits the ring and heads back up the ramp.

Miz and John Morrison Run In

We see The Miz and John Morrison running through the crowd as Randy Orton lays knocked out inside the ring. John Morrison waves a referee down to the ring as The Miz removes his shirt and puts down the Money in the Bank briefcase, Miz apparently going to take advantage of the opportunity and take the championship from Randy Orton.

Suddenly Drew McIntyre re-enters the ring and grabs Morrison, throwing him from the ring. Then Miz is thrown from the ring too. Drew McIntyre says, “Nobody takes the WWE Championship from Orton, but me!” As we head to commercial break, Orton lifts his head and looks up the ramp to see what the heck just happened… Commercials!

Moments Ago

As we return from commercial break, we get a video clip recapping McIntyre delivering the Claymore to Orton, then Miz trying to cash in his MITB contract when McIntyre states nobody gets to go after Orton for the title BUT him.

Backstage – Miz and Morrison

We head backstage where Charly Caruso stops The Miz who is frustrated as he walks through the backstage area. Miz is livid with Drew. “Drew is nothing more than a petty, selfish child. Just because your 19-year dream is over, doesn’t mean you have to go about ruining everyone else’s dreams.”

Morrison adds that Drew has no idea what he did. He and Miz are challenge Drew to a handicap match tonight. Miz then adds “If he has the stones…” as he walks away.

Announcer’s Table

We head to ringside where the commentary team are in discussion. Samoa Joe notes that Drew McIntyre is still the biggest obstacle in Randy Orton’s way, and that Miz and Morrison might eliminate that tonight if he accepts the two on one match The Miz requested. Byron Saxton nods in agreement. Tom Phillips switches things up after saying the MITB contract was never cashed in as the bell never officially rang. Phillips notes Jeff Hardy and Elias have a match up next where one has to hit the other over the head with a guitar in order to win the match.

Jeff Hardy vs Elias (Guitar on a Pole Match)

“Ladies and Gentleman… Elias.” Elias starts off in the ring which is dark, a spotlight hits him as he strums his guitar. Elias begins to play a song for the audience when Jeff Hardy interrupts him. The lights return and as the music sounds for Hardy. Elias has control of the match early on, slamming Hardy to the mat. Elias goes for the guitar but Hardy intercepts. Both men to the outside. Hardy with poetry in motion off the steps. Hardy back into the ring. He’s inches away from the guitar, but Elias throws a stool at him as we head to commercial break.

As we return from commercial break, Elias still has mostly all the control in the match up, building momentum. Elias delivers an Elbow to the head of Hardy and a shot to the back. Hardy goes low on Elias’ knee right after. Both men are down. Elias with a running knee to Hardy to re-take control. Big knife edge chops. A few reversals, but Elias gets back in control with a running knee. Elias tries to get to the guitar, but Hardy pulls him down.

Vintage Hardy with the double leg drop. He has a clear path to the guitar but Elias gets up at the last second. He goes for an electric chair power bomb but is reversed into a head scissors. Hardy follows up with a twist of fate. He’s inches away from the guitar. Elias tries to get to him but no luck. Hardy jumps from the top rope and smashes the guitar on Elias’ back and pins him for the win. He then smashes the fender into the pole, causing it to break.

Winner: Jeff Hardy

After the Match

We head into replays after Hardy’s win, then head to commercial break.

WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship
Dana Brooke & Mandy Rose vs. Nia Jax & Shayna Baszler

All the competitors are in the ring as the referee signals for the bell. Jax and Brooke decide to start things off for the teams. Brooke with a headlock as she jumps on Jax’s back. Jax compacts her into the turnbuckle as Brooke tags in Rose. Test of strength is won by Jax, but Rose gains momentum with an octopus stretch. Brooke is tagged back in. Jax doesn’t realize it as she’s got Rose hoisted up. Knee strike from Brooke and a splash for a near fall. Baszler interrupts the count and tags in. Rose also tags in.

Double team suplex from Rose and Brooke for a near fall. Baszler takes momentum with a gut wrench but gets distracted by Lana. Rose with a right hand, she tags in Brooke. Brooke with a flurry of rights and a back elbow. Jax interrupts the count and takes out Rose. Brooke is distracted, as Baszler goes for a submission. Brooke reverses and throws Baszler to the outside. Baszler is once again distracted by Lana as Brooke hits a baseball slide.

Brooke goes for another back elbow, but Baszler gets her in the Kirifuda Clutch. Lana goes to the apron to break up the submission. In the process, Brooke gets a roll up for three, but the ref can’t count it because he’s dealing with Lana. Baszler then puts in the clutch and Brooke taps out.

Winners and still champs: Shayna Baszler & Nia Jax

Backstage – Randy Orton

We head backstage where we see Randy Orton. He’s asked if it’s going to be difficult to hold onto his championship given the target on his back. Orton says people forget how easy it is for the hunters to be the hunted. He says Drew will get that reminder in the form of the three most dangerous letters in sports entertainment: RKO. Commercial.

Bobby Lashley vs. R-Truth

United States Champion Bobby Lashley makes his way to the ring following R-Truth. The referee signals for the bell and the match begins. R-Truth begins to negotiate with Bobby Lashley. “Look, You a champion, i’m a champion. There’s no need for nobody to get hurt. Yo, check this out… ” Truth lays flat on his back. Truth continues, “It’s a non-title match, just pin me dawg.” Lashley tells him to get up. Truth continues to tell him to pin him. Finally Lashley kneels to cover and Truth kicks him! Truth tries to get the better of Lashley who ultimately gets The Hurt Lock locked in. Truth passes out and the referee calls it.

Winner: Bobby Lashley

After the Match

Bobby re-locks in The Hurt Lock on Truth and then drops him.

Drew Gulak Runs In

While R-Truth is still laid out in the center of the ring, Drew Gulak’s music suddenly sounds in the ThunderDome and Gulak slides into the ring. (The 24/7 Championship is back in play now that the match with Lashley has ended) Gulak goes for the cover on Truth’s lifeless body when Bobby Lashley lifts him off of Truth and applies the Hurt Lock on Gulak til he’s out too! Looks like Lashley is helping Truth! Then Lashley covers Truth with Gulak’s body! The referee gives the three count.

Winner and NEW 24/7 Championship: Drew Gulak

Backstage – Lucha House Party

Lucha House Party debates on running in on Drew Gulak and getting the 24/7 Championship. AJ Styles and his… buddy (Jordan Omogbehin)… are in their way as they head towards Gulak. Styles asks, “Is there a problem here?” The luchadors say “No problem” and head in the other direction as we head to commercial break.

Back live with Jax, who’s being interviewed about Lana. Jax is pissed that she interfered during the tag title match. She’s giving Lana an opportunity to “pick herself up.” By the end of the night, Jax says Lana won’t be on Team RAW anymore. She’s going to attempt to end her career.

In-Ring Promo – AJ Styles

AJ Styles music sounds! Styles enters the ring with Omogbehin. He puts over SmackDown’s Survivor Series team, but says RAW already has the advantage. He says SmackDown lacks someone with the intangibles to be a leader, and who has the “it” factor. He says they don’t have anyone like him. “Captain Styles, reporting for duty. Is there really any other option. I have intangibles for days. Even my intangibles have intangibles.”

Sheamus and Keith Lee Join

Styles is making it clear that he’s RAW’s team captain, despite not being designated by management. He then introduces the rest of Team RAW, starting with Sheamus and then Keith Lee. Styles says Sheamus and Lee are “the best of the best,” and that their success is his success. Lee interrupts and says that neither Sheamus or him agreed to call Styles the captain. “If you think your sizeable friend is enough to intimidate me into it, you should think twice.” Styles says that’s just “inexperience talking,” and asks for Sheamus’ support. Sheamus disagrees with Styles, and says he will never take orders from Styles, seeing as he’s been with the company longer.

Braun Strowman Enters

Styles says Team RAW’s win is critical for his legacy, but is interrupted by Braun Strowman. He says the only thing Team RAW needs is “these hands.” Lee says Braun needs to qualify, like the rest of the team. Braun lists his Survivor Series resume, and reminds Lee that he pinned Lee two weeks ago. “You clearly see that my qualifications should have me be the team captain.”

Adam Pearce Comes Out

Adam Pearce comes out, and says he would love to have Braun on Team RAW, but can’t find anyone to face him in a qualifier. Lee interrupts. He’s not having any of this BS with Braun and wants another match. Sheamus chimes in, and says there’s an order here. He’s made a career of chopping monsters down and wants to face Braun instead of Lee. Styles has an idea now. He says if Braun can beat Sheamus and Lee in a triple threat then he’ll be on Team RAW. Pearce agrees, and the match is on after the break!

Keith Lee vs. Braun Strowman vs. Sheamus

As we return from commercial break, all three Superstars are already in the ring. The referee signals for the bell. Keith Lee heads in on Sheamus, Strowman hits Sheamus out of the ring. Strowman takes his attention to Lee. Strowman looks for a Power Slam, Lee sends Strowman out of the ring! Sheamus returns to the ring! Styles is on commentary. Lee sends Sheamus into the ropes, Sheamus comes back with a Kick! Sheamus heads to the outside and begins throwing strikes back and forth with Strowman. Lee runs and flips over the top rope, landing on both Strowman and Sheamus (Lee hits his neck on the apron!)

Lee and Sheamus are throwing strikes back and forth. Strowman growls and runs through like a freight train taking both men out! Commentary reminds no count outs and no disqualifications! Strowman goes for a Double Chokeslam on Lee and Sheamus. Lee sends Strowman into the steel stairs! Sheamus and Lee work together with the steel stairs, slamming Sheamus face first. Sheamus then turns on Lee, sending him into the ring post. Lee climbs onto the apron, Sheamus delivers strikes to the chest of Lee from inside the ring!

Lee gains momentum as he grabs the Celtic Warrior, sending him into the barricade! Lee delivering strikes to Sheamus. Lee attempts to take Sheamus for a Power Slam on the announcer’s table when Sheamus slides down onto Lee’s back and locks in the Sleeper Hold. Lee starts to go out, but Sheamus plows through BOTH Lee and Sheamus AND the barricade as we head to commercial break!

As we return from commercial break, Lee and Sheamus are inside the ring and we see a replay of what happened right before the break! Inside the ring, Strowman re-enters suddenly powered up! White Noise by Sheamus on Strowman after a back and forth Splash in both corners on Lee and Sheamus by Strowman. Sheamus makes his way to the top turnbuckle, Lee grabs Sheamus before he can stand. Sheamus with a Strike, Lee re-grabs Sheamus. Sheamus knocks Lee down, Strowman is suddenly up on the second rope with a slap across the face of Sheamus.

Lee enters the ring and they all slam to the mat together!! AJ Styles even looks surprised! Lee delivers several strikes and a kick then a Crossbody for a 2 count. Lee lifts Strowman in a fireman’s hold, Strowman rolls off and steps back to the ropes, Sheamus pulls the rope sending Strowman to the outside. Sheamus enters the ring and enters to take Lee down for a two count. Sheamus hypes up, Strowman from behind takes Sheamus out. Strowman runs in and strikes Lee. Lee looks for a Power Bomb when Sheamus re-enters. Brogue Kick! Strowman re-enters and hits a Running Power Slam for the three count!

Winner: Braun Strowman

After the Match

Sheamus, Lee, AJ Styles, and now Strowman make up team RAW for Survivor Series. AJ Styles enters the ring clapping. Styles says, “We’re all on the same team now, let’s shake it up! We’re a team!” Lee yanks his hand away. Lee and Strowman look at each other. “I don’t like you, and I know you don’t like me, but we gotta put it aside, cuz I’m trying to win at Survivor Series!” Strowman says to Lee. Strowman and Lee shake hands. Sheamus says he won’t shake Strowman’s hand. Strowman says, “Shake my hand like a man!” Sheamus slaps his hand away, then gives him a hug.

AJ Styles is so happy! Then Sheamus delivers a Brogue Kick to Strowman! Lee then slams Sheamus out of the ring! AJ drops to his knees and asks, “WHY?! Why can’t yall just get along?!” AJ Styles music sounds

Backstage – Angel Garza

Garza says “To that special person in the WWE Universe, we may seem far apart, but we are closer than you think.” Garza says while they can’t be in each others company, they can share feelings. “This rose, goes to you…” (OK??? Awkward…)

Firefly Fun House

We see Ramblin Rabbit and Pig together as we hear the Firefly Fun House music. We head to commercial break.

Announcer’s Table

Commentary hypes up 30 Days of the Deadman, as The Undertaker made his debut three decades ago at Survivor Series. Transition now to a recap from the opening segment with Orton, Alexa Bliss, Drew and The Miz/Morrison.

Backstage- Drew McIntyre

Backstage with Drew, who’s interviewed about other superstars trying to get in his way of reclaiming the WWE Championship. “The only person who will defeat Randy Orton for the WWE Championship will be me, Drew McIntyre.” Drew makes it clear that he will get his rematch with Orton, no matter how much he has to beat him up. He transitions to his handicap match later, saying it will be a “two for one special. Claymores for all.”

Firefly Funhouse

We head over to the Firefly Funhouse with Alexa Bliss and Bray Wyatt. They dedicate this episode to the three most dangerous letters in sports entertainment: RKO. Abby the Witch says Orton can go f**k himself, and is told he has to put money in the swear jar.

Wyatt says Abby does bring up a good point, and reminds the everyone that once upon a time, Orton was a very bad man (we then see clips of Orton burning down the Wyatt family compound). Wyatt says that “he” never forgets.

Bliss says before they go, she needs to show everyone a nifty trick. Bray puts his hand on Bliss, the camera turns red and Bliss’ tongue rolls out of her mouth like bloody fruit roll up. Wyatt then remarks “oh s**t!” End of segment, which was very dark. Commercial break.

Back live, Jax is entering the ring to face Lana. Before the match starts, Lacey Evans and Peyton Royce mock that there’s no way the announce table will make it out in once piece. Lana enters. Pre-match she has a message for Jax. She says she refuses to let Jax treat her poorly and will turn the tables on her.

Lana vs Nia Jax

As we return from commercial break, Nia Jax makes her way to the ring as her music sounds, Shayna Baszler accompanies her to the ring. Baszler removes everything from the commentary desk as Jax enters the ring. Out next is Lana and we see a promo video where she says she’s going to turn the tables on Jax. The referee signals for the bell. Lana is immediately sent into the corner. Jax calls Lana pathetic. Jax hits a Splash on Lana as she returns to her feet. Lana is thrown into the other corner. Jax goes for a Splash, Lana side steps and Jax runs into the turnbuckle.

Jax tells her to give up as she holds Lana by the hair. Jax with another Strike. Baszler watches from the outside. Jax says, “You wanted this Lana!” and delivers a Headbutt. jax goes for the cover, then stops it herself and grabs Lana by the hair stating she’s not done yet. Lana is told to give up. Jax tries to beat everything out of Lana who still returns to her feet. Samoan Drop for the three count pin and win.

Winner: Nia Jax

After the Match

Jax holds her championship title belt immediately following the pin as we head to a replay of the Samoan Drop that won her the match. Jax and Baszler begin to walk up the ramp when Jax stops Baszler and says, “Go get her.” Baszler re-enters the ring and throws Lana to the outside. Lana is sitting ringside as Jax states, “You’re pathetic.” Jax throws Lana into the barricade. Jax slams Lana through the announcer’s table for the…. 7th? time? Jax just shakes her head in disgust as the music sounds in the ThunderDome. We see a replay.

Backstage – The Hurt Business

MVP shouts, “I got your water bottle for ya…” as The Hurt Business laughs and we head to commercial break.

VIP Lounge

As we return from commercial break, we head to the VIP Lounge inside the ring. MVP says only the best of the best get to be in the VIP lounge, which is the same case for Survivor Series. MVP puts over Lashley’s dominant win from earlier, and Cedric also puts him over. Lashley takes the mic, and says there won’t be any games or talking at Survivor Series. “I’m going to put your ass to sleep.”

MVP says that The Hurt Business did away with RETRIBUTION, and they want their payment, which is a shot at the RAW Tag Team Championships.

The New Day Interrupt

Xavier Woods and Kofi Kingston interrupt the VIP Lounge. Xavier Woods jokes about how old Lashley is. Kofi puts over each member of The Hurt Business except for Cedric, joking that his resume is small. Kofi reminds The Hurt Business that The New Day are the most decorated tag team champs of all time, and that he’s won more championships than all members of The Hurt Business combined. Kofi also makes it clear that no one in THB has won the WWE Championship, but he has.

MVP counters, noting that Kofi lost the WWE title to Brock in eight seconds. Kofi rebuts, saying that Lashley can only last eight seconds in bed, poking fun at his relationship with Lana. MVP turns things up a notch, noting that The Hurt Business don’t play around and joke. “When we talk about footwork, it’s because we’re stomping teeth out for combat. Let me assure you gentlemen, you do not want to dance with us.” MVP finishes by saying that Cedric and Shelton will take the tag titles away from The New Day tonight.

Woods makes note of the fact that The New Day are a global conglomerate, and that The Hurt Business are a “failing 2020 internet startup.” The only profits that they’re worried about are The Street Profits, their Survivor Series opponent. New Day finishes with a new day rocks chant. The two teams face off after the break.

The Hurt Business vs The New Day

We return from commercial break and the match is on! The referee signals for the bell and we kick things off with Woods and Cedric starting things off. Woods wit head scissors and stalling suplex. Kofi is then tagged in for a double team for two. Cedric rolls over to his corner and tags in Shelton. Big shoulder tackle from Shelton to Kofi followed by a fierce Irish whip into the opposite corner. Kofi goes off the ropes and is hit with a big boot. Shelton tags in Cedric, who goes for a monkey flip, but Kofi lands on his feet. Kofi then hits a monkey flip on Cedric, but he battles back with strikes in the corner.

Kofi gets hit with a Knife Edge Chop then gets momentum back with a roll up. Both teams tag out. Woods lands a high kick on Shelton and tosses him to the outside. Cedric interferes but Woods pushes him in to the middle rope and uses him as a slide to hit Shelton on the outside. Cedric slows up Woods, allowing Shelton to hit a high knee, sending Woods to the outside. Shelton with an aggressive Irish whip to Woods, vaulting him into the barricade on the outside. He then brings him in the ring for a near fall and tags in Cedric. Woods with a baseball slide under Cedric as he tries to make a tag to Kofi, but Cedric lands a super kick and brings him back to the opposite corner. Commercial break.

We return from commercial break, Woods tags in Kofi, who runs wild. He hits the boom drop on Cedric. Kofi goes for trouble in paradise, but Cedric avoids and lands another kick. Cedric goes to attack Kofi in the corner but is reversed into a cave in in the middle of the ring. Kofi goes for SOS, but Cedric reverses into a Michinoku driver for a near fall. Shelton is tagged in. Kofi tags in Woods, who hits a flying DDT. Shelton fights back, hitting a spine buster. Woods to the top rope, hitting another flying DDT. Woods goes for a pin, but Cedric interrupts the count.

Kofi goes for a high spot, but Shelton gets in the way. Lots of back and forth reversals. Blind tag to Cedric, who hits a neutralizer followed by pay dirt from Shelton. Cedric then pins Woods for the three.

Winners: The Hurt Business

Backstage – Nikki Cross

We head backstage where Nikki Cross walks over to Alexa, whose back is to her. She says she’s been trying to call and text her, but no responses. Cross blames it on the The Fiend, and says she’s stronger than The Fiend. Cross grabs Bliss, but her eyes are glossed over and she’s got a twisted smile on her face. Cross runs in fear. We head to commercial.

Ricochet vs Tucker

Mustafa Ali is at ringside as the match is about to begin. The referee signals for the bell and the match begins. Tucker gets a few power moves in, but Ricochet fights back and wins with the recoil in a super quick match. No mention of Otis whatsoever.

Winner: Ricochet

After the Match

Ali summons RETRIBUTION, who beat up Tucker. If he had any momentum from his turn on Otis, it’s gone now. RETRIBUTION then turn their attention to Ricochet, who fights them off but eventually gets taken out as well.

Backstage – Drew McIntyre

We head backstage where Drew McIntyre is talking to Sheamus. Sheamus — who appears to be a face now — is trying to convince Drew to join RAW’s Survivor Series team, and to re-unite “The Celtic Connection.” Drew says his focus is on Orton, but he appreciates the offer. Sheamus says the offer stands, and wishes him luck in beating down The Miz and Morrison.

The Miz & John Morrison vs. Drew McIntyre

Out first are The Miz and John Morrison as their entrance themes play in the arena. The Miz carries his Money in the Bank briefcase to the ring with him. Out next is Drew McIntyre as his theme plays and he makes his way from the stage down the ramp and into the ring. Morrison starts things off as the bell rings! McIntyre knocks Morrison to the mat, then lifts him up and throws him into the corner of the ring. Morrison tries to fight back, McIntyre knocks Morrison back down and Miz jumps in to help his partner. McIntyre delivers several strikes to McIntyre!

Morrison goes for the cover, McIntyre kicks out at ONE! We see an instant replay as Morrison is delivering strikes and a kick to McIntyre on the ropes. Miz chokes McIntyre, the referee misses it as Morrison keeps his attention. Morrison gets a Headlock on McIntyre. The crowd is booing and giving thumbs down as Miz tries to hype the crowd! Morrison has McIntyre on the mat, Morrison looks for Starship Pain, McIntyre slams Morrison into the turnbuckle face first.

McIntyre meets Morrison at the top and Morrison blocks and knocks McIntyre to a sitting position. McIntyre is upside down with his legs caught, McIntyre grabs Morrison and throws him across the ring outta nowhere. Miz tags in and McIntyre gets hyped with Belly to Back throws over and over. McIntyre on his back leaps back to his feet! McIntyre is looking for a DDT, Miz counters. McIntyre with a Spine Buster and a Bridge for the two count. Morrison with a Kick to McIntyre and drives down McIntyre for the cover!

McIntyre kicks out at ONE once again. Miz and Morrison look spent! McIntyre throws Morrison out of the ring and Miz runs in and tries to get a Face Plant and a cover. McIntyre kicks out! Miz Kicks, Miz is thrown into Morrison knocking him off the apron. McIntyre hits a DDT then runs into the corner to wait to deliver the Claymore. Morrison yanks Miz out! McIntyre flies over the top and lands on Miz and Morrison. Claymore by McIntyre for the three count pin and win!


After the Match

Drew McIntyre is looking at Miz when suddenly Orton is in the ring and delivers an RKO without McIntyre seeing a thing! Orton holds up the championship belt and we hear Fiend laugh as Orton looks around… “LET ME IN!” Fades to black!

That’s the show!!

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