It’s been on the T-shirt for some time now, and Roman Reigns put his money where his merch was by surviving the Mr. McMahon-coined “One vs. All” main event of Raw ... with some help. Set to run the gauntlet against the entire WWE roster until he dropped, The Big Dog only got a chance to face off with Kevin Owens before “All” swarmed the ring to attack the “One” — a response to what had been an impending victory by the WWE World Heavyweight Champion.
Let’s talk about last night — specifically the unholy walloping that Roman Reigns laid on Triple H after Sheamus’ League of Nations helped The Celtic champion retain his status as spiky-haired poster boy of The Authority. Turns out, 20 minutes of whaling on The Game is a good way to rile Stephanie McMahon up.
The Brothers of Destruction are back from Hell, but it may just turn out that they’ve gone from the frying pan to the fire. Addressing their torment at the hands of The Wyatt Family over the last month, The Undertaker and Kane promised an eternity of torment for The New Face of Fear and his flock, only to be confronted by the man himself. Flanked by the Family atop the entrance ramp, Bray Wyatt threw the brothers’ mysticism right back in their faces, demonstrating his lingering control over their powers by turning Undertaker and Kane’s druids against them.
Look, everybody, it’s Tyler! And he cost Dolph Ziggler a match! After weeks of lurking on The Showoff’s periphery, NXT wunderkind Tyler Breeze finally screwed over the former World Heavyweight Champion in earnest, providing a timely distraction during Ziggler’s one-on-one tilt that fed him to current Intercontinental Champion Kevin Owens. Before then, however, KO even took his cues from Prince Pretty, dismantling the right leg that Breeze has targeted over the past few weeks and reducing Ziggler to a writhing heap.