WWE RAW Results & Live Discussion (10/17)

The October 18th, 2016 edition of Monday Night RAW airs live from the Pepsi Center in Denver, CO. Keep refreshing this page for live results and comment with your thoughts!

– RAW kicks off with the announce team talking about Goldberg’s return tonight, and we see some highlights from his career mixed in with clips from WWE 2K17. We are also told about a segment later where Lita will interview Sasha Banks and Charlotte.

– Kevin Owens and Jericho are out to the ring next, and they have mics and the LIST. Owens says Mick Foley has a vendetta against him and Jericho. Jericho tells the crowd to be quiet, and says that Foley putting Owens in a dangerous Hell In A Cell match is proof that Foley is a stupid idiot. Owens says the Hell In A Cell won’t break him like it broke Mick Foley. Owens says he will put Seth Rollins through hell. Jericho adds that he should have been in that Hell In A Cell match to make it a three way, because he’s beaten Stone Cold and The Rock on the same night. He reminds us that he beat The Undertaker, so he “sure as hell” could beat Seth Rollins. Jericho says Rollins got the better of him last week due to the referee, so Jericho puts the referee on the list for not doing a good job. Owens says he’s going to retire Rollins at Hell In A Cell, and with that, Rollins comes out to the stage to interrupt. Rollins cuts a promo on Jericho, which ears him a spot on Jericho’s list. Rollins says Owens just stood by and watched Jericho get Pedigreed two weeks in a row, and says Jericho seems weak. Jericho informs Rollins that he’s the best at what he does, and says he can beat Rollins any time, any place. Rollins says they can do it right now, but says Owens should go to the back so he doesn’t interfere. Jericho tells Owens to leave, but he’s still his best friend. Rollins hits the ring and we have a match.

Seth Rollins def. Chris Jericho: After some back and forth action in the opening minutes, Jericho pins for a two-count after hitting a double-underhook backbreaker. Jericho takes Rollins outside and beats him down around ringside. Back in the ring, Rollins dodges a clothesline off the top rope and attempts a Pedigree, but Jericho gets out. Rollins hits a running forearm in the corner and the blockerbuster neckbreaker off the middle rope for a near-fall. Jericho comes back with his patented springboard dropkick, sending Rollins to the outside. After a couple more minutes of offense from Jericho, Rollins comes back with a kick and a series of chops. Jericho stops Rollins’ comeback with an elbow to the face and a Lionsault for a two count. Rollins escapes a Pedigree attempt by Jericho, and follows up with a knee to the face and a Falcon Arrow for a two count. Rollins starts climbing the turnbuckle when Kevin Owens’ music hits and he comes down the ramp, distracting Rollins. Jericho rolls outside and Rollins comes off the top down onto Jericho on the floor. Rollins rolls Jericho in the ring, hits a springboard knee off the top and goes for the Pedigree, but Jericho gets out and puts Rollins in the Walls of Jericho. Rollins makes his way to the ropes but Owens pulls the rope away from ringside. Rollins finally reaches the rope, and the referee starts arguing with Jericho and Owens. Rollins comes up from behind and rolls up Jericho, then after a series of missed clotheslines and kicks, he hits the Pedigree for the win.

– We see footage from an interview Lita did with Charlotte. Charlotte cuts a good promo on Sasha Banks, saying she’s going to be the better woman at Hell In A Cell.

The Golden Truth & Mark Henry def. The Shining Stars & Titus O’Neil: Before the match, we see a backstage segment where The Shining Stars and Titus try to rip off Goldust, R-Truth and Mark Henry with fake Rolex watches. After a brief match, Mark Henry tags himself in and hits The World’s Strongest Slam on Titus for the win.

– Chris Jericho is in the back getting in Owens’ face about getting involved in his match. Jericho almost calls Owens a stupid idiot, but stops himself. Owens says he’s the Universal Title and won’t be called a stupid idiot, and insists he was trying to help Jericho. Stephanie McMahon interrupts and tells them they should stick together because they’ll be at war against SmackDown at Survivor Series.

Big E def. Sheamus: The New Day cuts a promo before the match about being Tag Team champs for 420 days, and how Sheamus and Cesaro don’t like each other. The opening bell rings and Sheamus hits a German suplex early on. He hits a running knee to Big E, but Big E comes back with a clothesline and a spear in the corner. Big E hits a clothesline that drops Sheamus on the apron, and follows up with a Splash on Sheamus right on the edge of the apron. Big E charges towards Sheamus at ringside, but Sheamus picks him up on his shoulders and hits a rolling senton on the floor. Back in the ring, Big E hits a series of belly to belly suplexes. Sheamus blocks a splash with his knees then hits the Irish Curse backbreaker for a two count. Big E hits a powerbomb on Sheamus then goes for the Big Ending, but Sheamus fights out and hits the White Noise for a near-fall. Sheamus gets distracted yelling at Cesaro for being on his smartphone, and Big E rolls up Sheamus from behind out of nowhere for the win.

Bo Dallas def. Neville: We see a backstage segment before the match where Curtis Axel tells Bo Dallas that he Bo-lieves in him, and Axel will be in Dallas’ corner for this match. Bo controls the opening minutes of the match with knee and elbow strikes, but Neville comes back with a series of kicks. Dallas rolls outside and Neville hits a springboard moonsault onto Dallas on the floor. Back in the ring, Bo comes back with a spinning reverse DDT for the win. Bo Dallas beats down Curtis Axel after the match.

– Paul Heyman cuts a promo on the big screen advising Bill Goldberg to decline a match against Brock Lesnar. Heyman says Lesnar is just going to be pissed off that Goldberg is coming back, and that the fans are chanting his name. He says that Lesnar will conquer Goldberg if Goldberg accepts the match.

Braun Strowman def. The Mile High Trio: Strowman is facing three jobbers at once tonight. In a pre-match interview, one of the Trio says that Strowman will get winded because of the high altitude. The opening bell rings and Strowman throws two of the jobbers to the outside, then throws the third one over the top rope onto his partners on the floor. Back in the ring, Strowman hits a double dropkick on two of them, then chases the third one around ringside and drops him. Strowman hits a running powerslam on one jobber, then reverse chokeslams another one ontop of him for the win. After the match, Strowman says he wants more competition, and with that, Sami Zayn comes out. Zayn gets in the ring and stares down Strowman. Strowman pushes him out of the ring then walks to the back as Zayn watches him walk away.

– Rusev comes out with Lana and cuts a promo about his family, showing pictures of them on the big screen. Roman Reigns interrupts and comes out to the ring. Reigns says Rusev will need to call 911 after Hell In A Cell. Lana slaps Reigns across the face then Rusev hits him with a superkick. Rusev continues to beat down Reigns around ringside. Rusev hits another superkick then throws Reigns into the ring steps. Rusev lays Reigns on the ring steps and puts him in the Accolade on the steps.

Big Cass def. Karl Anderson: We see footage of The Club laying out Enzo and Cass last week. Luke Gallows and Enzo Amore are at ringside for this one. Cass dominates the opening moments of the match and takes things outside where he throws Enzo into Gallows. Back in the ring, Anderson comes back with a kick to the face of Cass. Cass is able to come back with the East River Crossing for the win in a fairly short match.

– We see footage from Lita’s interview with Sasha Banks. Sasha talks about how her match against Charlotte at Hell In A Cell will make history.

Brian Kendrick, Drew Gulak, & Tony Nese def. Cedric Alexander, Rich Swan, & TJ Perkins: Lots of fast-paced exchanges in the opening moments. Nese and Swan start going at it and Swan hits a hurricrana off the top on Nese. TJ Perkins hits a springboard dropkick on Gulak on the outside, while in the ring Nese kicks Swan off the top rope and follows up with a 450 splash. Kendrick tags himself in and locks the Captain’s Hook on Swan for the win.

– Mick Foley tells Stephanie McMahon backstage that she stole his thunder by accepting Shane’s Survivor Series challenge without him. They talk about the upcoming Hell In A Cell PPV and hare an awkward high-five.

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