The February 6th edition of WWE RAW takes place at the Moda Center in Portland, OR.
– Mick Foley and Stephanie McMahon are in the ring to start off RAW. Foley introduces Samoa Joe, but he’s not happy about it. Joe comes out, and Stephanie “corrects” Foley and gives Joe and more enthusiastic introduction. They announce that they’re about to sign Joe, but Stephanie gets in Foley’s face about his attitude first. Joe grabs the mic next and cuts a promo on Foley, then says he’s putting the whole RAW roster on notice. Joe says “the destroyer has arrived” and no one can stop him. Joe signs his contract, then Roman Reigns comes out to interrupt. Reigns says if Joe doesn’t shut his mouth, he’s going to shut it for him. Foley books Roman Reigns vs. Samoa Joe for later tonight. Foley tells them to have a nice day, and Joe heads to the back with Stephanie.
– Nia Jax def. Charlotte: Nia controls the opening minutes of the match and keeps Bayley grounded. Nia continues to overpower Bayley until Bayley comes back with some kicks and a flying knee in the corner. Bayley follows up with some elbows, but Nia blocks one then drops Bayley with a clothesline. Things go to the outside where Bayley pushes Nia into the ring post. Bayley rolls back in the ring and starts counting out Nia, but Charlotte runs in and distracts the referee. Bayley beats down Charlotte, then Nia comes in and hits a Samoan Drop on Bayley for the win.
– Braun Strowman def. Four jobbers: This one is a four-on-one handicap match. Strowman drops all four jobbers with right hands early on. He continues the offense with running splashes in the corner, then one of the jobbers leaves the ring and runs to the back. Strowman hits a vertical suplex on one, then some repeated strikes to the head of another. Strowman hits a running powerslam on the other remaining jobber, then stacks them on top of each other and pins them for the win. After the match, Strowman cuts a promo on Foley for not giving him competition, and he says he’s coming to find Foley.
– We go backstage where Strowman finds Foley. Strowman demands more competition, so Foley gives him a match against Roman Reigns at Fastlane in four weeks. Strowman seems pleased with this, and walks away.
– Akira Tozawa def. Drew Gulak: After some chain wrestling early on, they start trading chops to the chest then Tozawa starts working on Gulak with kicks. Tozawa hits a hurricanrana that sends Gulak to the apron, then he forearms him out to ringside. Tozawa hits a flying headbutt through the ropes to the outside, then back in the ring he hits a knee to the face for two. Tozawa hits a series of kicks then a German suplex for the win. Brian Kendrick comes out and shakes the winner’s hand.
– Kevin Owens and Chris Jericho are out to the ring next. Chris Jericho repeatedly mentions that he is the “greatest of all time,” and complains about people calling Tom Brady the greatest. Jericho adds Brady to “the list,” then teases that Jericho and Owens will have a “best friend vs. best friend” match at WrestleMania. Owens says it would be the biggest main event in WrestleMania history, but that he’s not sure he can fight his best friend. Goldberg’s music hits and the former WCW Champion makes his way to the ring. Goldberg tells them to either get out of his way and let him speak, or fight him two-on-one right now. Owens and Jericho give Goldberg the spotlight. Goldberg accepts Brock Lesnar’s challenge for WrestleMania 33 in Orlando. Owens interrupts and says Goldberg vs. Lesnar would be a perfect under-card match because Owens and Jericho will be the true main event. Goldberg gets in Owens’ face and mentions that he doesn’t have an opponent for Fastlane yet. Goldberg challenges Owens to a match at Fastlane for his Universal Title, then Jericho interrupts. Jericho says Goldberg can’t come down and make his own matches, and people who do that get put on “the list.” Goldberg takes Jericho’s list and writes his name on it himself. Jericho says he never liked Goldberg, then accepts Goldberg’s challenge on Owens’ behalf — which Owens isn’t happy about. Goldberg says Owens and his Universal Title are next. Goldberg heads to the back while Owens yells at Jericho for accepting the challenge for him.
– We go backstage where Owens cuts a promo on Jericho for getting him in a match against Goldberg. Jericho says he’s always helped Owens win before, and he will this time too, but Owens still isn’t pleased.
– Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson def. Cesaro & Sheamus via DQ: Enzo and Cass are on commentary for this one. Sheamus and Cesaro team up on Anderson early on with a running Senton immediately followed by a double foot stomp. Anderson and Gallows come back and work over Cesaro until Sheamus gets the hot tag and cleans house. Sheamus hits a series of running splashes in the corner then goes for a rolling Senton, but Anderson gets out. Sheamus knocks Anderson to the apron and hits the Ten Beats Of The Bodhrán on him. Gallows and Cesaro run in and Cesaro lays him out with a series of headbutts and uppercuts. Gallows goes outside and knocks out Enzo with a boot to the face, then Big Cass drops Gallows with another kick. The referee calls for the disqualification, so there will be no title change.
– The New Day def. The Shining Stars: Woods and Big E control the opening minutes of the match until The Stars get a double team move in on Woods after a blind tag. Epico continues working on Woods, and drops him with a vertical suplex. Primo gets the tag and hits a dropkick on Woods followed up by a splash off the middle rope. Primo hits a spear on Woods in the corner then attempts a superplex, but Woods knocks him down. Woods comes off the top rope with a missile dropkick on Primo. Big E and Epico get the tags and Big E hits a series of three belly to belly suplexes. Big E follows up with a running splash. Xavier hits a DDT on Primo, then tags in. Big E and Xavier hit the Midnight Hour for the win.
– Chris Jericho does an interview backstage where he says he and Kevin Owens are just having a minor disagreement. Kevin Owens interrupts and tells Jericho he’s right and that Jericho has always had his back in the past. Owens tells Jericho he has his back tonight in his U.S. Title defense against Sami Zayn, and they hug.
– We see a video package highlighting The Rock & Roll Express’ career and promoting their induction into the Hall of Fame this year.
– Chris Jericho (c) def. Sami Zayn: Jericho’s U.S. Title is on the line in this one. Zayn controls the majority of the opening moments of the match, and he sets up Jericho for the Heluva Kick early on. Jericho rolls to the outside, but Zayn drops him with a suicide dive to the floor. Back in the ring, Zayn hits some chops to the chest but he misses a dropkick. Jericho follows up with a Lionsault for a two count. Jericho goes for the Codebreaker, but Zayn counters into a t-bone suplex. Jericho ducks a big boot, but Zayn gets him with a Blue Thunder bomb. Zayn goes for a tornado DDT, but Jericho throws Zayn off of him and gets him in the Walls of Jericho. Zayn reaches the ropes to break the hold, then Jericho distracts the referee while Owens superkicks Zayn from ringside. Zayn turns around into a Codebreaker from Jericho for the three count. Jericho celebrates his victory with Owens after the bell.
– Backstage, Charlotte cuts a promo on Sasha Banks and says that while Sasha is injured, she is making history.
– Austin Aries is in the ring and he introduces Neville. Aries informs Neville that there will be a five-way #1 contendership match on 205 Live tomorrow. Neville says no matter who wins, they will have to pay respect to him. Cedic Alexander, Noam Dar, Jack Gallagher, Tony Neese and TJ Perkins all interrupt. Perkins says he’ll win the Cruiserweight Title again, then he drops Tony Neese. All of the cruiserweights start brawling which leads to a series of dives out of the ring onto others on the floor.
– TJ Perkins, Cedric Alexander and Jack Gallagher def. Neville, Noam Dar and Tony Neese: The previous segment leads to a six-man tag. A couple minutes into the match, Dar steals a tag from Neville, and this leads to Neville abandonning his team and heading up the ramp. TJ Perkins hits the Detonation Kick on Neese, then Alexander and Dar tag in. Alexander hits the Lumbar Check shortly after for the win.
– Backstage, Jericho tells Owens that they should host a Festival of Friendship to show everyone how great their friendship is. Jericho’s Festival of Friendship will apparently take place on RAW next week.
– Samoa Joe def. Roman Reigns: Joe attacks Reigns from behind on the entrance ramp before the bell. Joe beats Reigns down at ringside and hits a Senton splash on Reigns on the floor. Reigns gets back in the ring and the referee calls for the opening bell. Reigns gets in some offense, but Joe hits the Pele Kick to regain control of things. Joe hits a series of strikes and an elbow drop for a two count. Joe hits a snap suplex, but Reigns starts fighting back with right hands. Reigns goes for a Samoan Drop but Joe elbows his way out of it. Reigns hits a series of clotheslines then a big boot. Joe comes back with an inverted atomic drop, a big boot of his own, then a running Senton splash for a two count. Joe sits Reigns down in the corner and goes for a running boot to the face, but Reigns gets up and catches Joe with a Samoan Drop for a two count. Reigns follows up with a Superman Punch, and he sets up for another, but Braun Strowman runs in. Strowman gets on the apron and Reigns punches him off. Joe sneaks up behind Reigns after the distraction from Strowman with a kick and a side suplex for the win. Strowman hits a running powerslam on Reigns after the match. Strowman takes Reigns out to ringside and hits him with the ring steps, then he hits a running powerslam through the fan barricade.