One of the more unique items on the agenda for Raw’s season premiere was the joint appearance of Hulk Hogan and Ric Flair on “Miz TV.” Nobody quite knew what was in store from the two Superstars, who never faced each other in WWE. As it turned out, they were there to announce a match.
"The Fiend" came calling again, Rey Mysterio defies the odds to secure massive title match on Raw's season premiere, a new 24/7 Champion is crowned and more.
The peasants are revolting! Or at least one of them is, and he was dealt with accordingly. Chad Gable, who lost in the King of the Ring tournament to the newly-crowned King Corbin just last week, has been waging a sustained, one-man rebellion against His Grace ever since — an insurgency that provoked a brutal, if slightly desperate, statement from the king during a rematch of the tournament final on Raw.
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Following Raw’s Six-Woman Tag Team Match main event, Mickie James and Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss were clearly on the same page, which bodes well for Little Miss Bliss as she defends her title in the first-ever Women’s Elimination Chamber Match this Sunday, streaming live on WWE Network.
When Raw’s Second Chance Fatal 5-Way Match ended in controversial fashion, Raw General Manager Kurt Angle revealed in a Facebook Live interview that both Superstars have qualified for what will be the first-ever Seven-Man Elimination Chamber Match in WWE history!
The Miz managed to hold off Dean Ambrose and retain his Intercontinental Title at WWE Great Balls of Fire (with assists from Maryse and The Miztourage, of course), so he came to Raw with one thing in mind: to give himself and his people some awards.
It’s been a pretty good day for Seth Rollins, who earlier this morning was named as the cover star for WWE 2K18 with an awesome trailer to boot.
The Architect dedicated the honor to the WWE Universe for helping to will him down the path of redemption following his betrayal of The Shield three years prior, but Bray Wyatt wasn’t buying the idea of Rollins as a man of the people.