WWE RAW Opener:
Tonight’s WWE RAW opens up with Michael Cole welcoming us. We’re live from Evansville, IN. Cole is joined by Corey Graves and WWE Hall of Famer Booker T.
– We go right to the ring and out comes Roman Reigns for his big SummerSlam announcement. JoJo makes the introduction.
Roman says some of y’all may not like this, but some of y’all may love it. Roman says he cannot be beaten one on one. It is the truth. Ask Bray Wyatt. Ask Finn Balor. Ask Seth Rollins. Ask Braun Strowman because he put him out of commission. Don’t forget that he main evented his third Wrestlemania in a row. Roman says that is where he retired the Undertaker. Roman says he respects Taker and Taker respects him since he beat him. After Great Balls of Fire, it does not matter who wins between Brock Lesnar and that guy named Joe. Roman says he is the number one contender for the Universal Title.
Roman asks if you want to know why. Roman says this is his yard and he makes the rules around here. Roman says that is why…
Samoa Joe interrupts and comes to the ring.
Joe says he could not helped to have noticed that Roman forgot his name. Joe says he was offended, but then Roman had to make a case for his announcement. You mentioned a long list of people you have beaten, but Joe points out that his name is not on that list because you have never beaten him.
Joe re-introduces himself. His name is Samoa Joe and he is the true #1 contender, and the next WWE Universal Champion. Reigns says he never thought he’d agree with Paul Heyman but he was right last week. Reigns says Joe will never be Samoa Joe to him, he will always just be Joe. They face off and Joe rocks Reigns with a headbutt. They brawl to the floor and Joe sends Reigns into the barrier twice. Joe slams Reigns’ face into the apron and rolls him back into the ring. Joe grabs Reigns and talks some trash. He goes for the Coquina Clutch but Reigns fights him off. Reigns nails a Superman punch, sending Joe out of the ring. They face off as Reigns’ music hits and Joe backs up the ramp.
– We see The Hardys backstage walking. We go to commercial.
– We are back and we are told that Samoa Joe will be facing Roman Reigns tonight.
The Hardys vs. Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson
Matt and Anderson start off and Matt with a wrist lock. Jeff tags in and hits a double sledge off the turnbuckles to the arm. Jeff with a kick and he runs Anderson back into the corner. Matt tags in and they send Anderson into the turnbuckles and kick Karl. Matt and Jeff with a double suplex for a near fall.
We see Sheamus and Cesaro watch from the back.
Gallows tags in and punches Matt. Gallows with a short arm clothesline but he misses an elbow drop. Jeff tags in and they Irish whip Gallows. Matt with a clothesline and Jeff with Poetry in Motion. Jeff gets a near fall. Gallows with an uppercut and he sends Jeff into the turnbuckles. Anderson tags in and punches Jeff. Anderson with a European uppercut followed by punches. Jeff goes up top but Karl with a leg sweep and Jeff hits the turnbuckles as we go to commercial.
Back from the break and Jeff is still down in the opposite corner. We see RAW Tag Team Champions Cesaro and Sheamus watching backstage again. Anderson keeps Jeff from tagging. Jeff finally kicks him away but Gallows tags in and knocks Matt off the apron.
Gallows with a big running splash to Jeff in the corner. Anderson tags in but Jeff fights them both off. Jeff goes to the top and comes crashing down on both opponents. Matt finally gets the tag and unloads on Anderson as the “delete!” chants start. Matt knocks Gallows off the apron. Matt keeps control and hits the Side Effect but Gallows breaks the pin. Gallows ends up dropping Jeff on the floor with a big boot. Anderson distracts the referee while Gallows drops Matt with a right hand. Anderson follows up and tags in Gallows. They hit the Boot of Doom but Matt kicks out just in time. Jeff takes out Anderson while Gallows floors Matt into the corner. Jeff tags in as Matt hits a Twist of Fate on Gallows. Jeff climbs up and nails a Swanton Bomb for the pin on Gallows.
Winners: The Hardys
– Still to come, Joe vs. Reigns. Back to commercial.
We are back with a Shattered Dreams Production video from Goldust. He says he is ready for his close up. Hollywood. No glitz. No glamour. The brightest stars, the biggest stage. The city where dreams come true. What about the other side they don’t want you to see? Where dreams get shattered like a piece of broken glass. Goldust says he has been there, but he has pieced himself together quite nicely. Goldust says he will be flying into the city of angels on wings made of gold. Goldust invites R Truth to the debut of his latest motion picture… The Shattered Truth. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll never forget the name of Goldust. The Golden Age is back.
In the Arena:
Elias Samson is in the ring strumming his guitar. The crowd boos him. Samson greets the crowd, and he has a question for everyone in the crowd: who wants to walk with Elias? When he was 15, his father gave him a guitar and said he could tell the stories of the world with it. His father didn’t realize he’d drift into the god forsaken town of Evansville. Samson tells them to relax and open their minds to his music, which will cleanse their filthy souls. Samson starts to strum, but he stops to tune it. Samson asks for complete silence while he tunes the guitar.
Finn Bálor’s music hits, and he comes out to a nice reception. Corey Graves once again is burying Samson’s musical ability. Bálor gets in the ring after a long entrance and stands face-to-face with Samson. Samson holds his guitar over his shoulder and slowly backs up before leaving the ring. Bálor’s music hits and he will be in action, next. Back to commercial.
Finn Balor vs. Bo Dallas
Back from the break and Bo Dallas is wrapping up his entrance as Balor waits.
Bo Dallas quickly attacks Bálor and punches him down in the corner. The referee backs him up. The bell hasn’t rung yet. The referee checks on Bálor and asks if he’s ok to fight. Bálor takes off his ring jacket and agrees to start the match.
The bell rings, and Dallas punches away at him in the corner. Dallas then hits a short-arm clothesline. Dallas chokes him on the bottom rope and clubs away at him. Dallas sends him into the barricade and knees him in the face. Dallas puts him in the ring for a two count. Dallas applies a neck cravat, but Bálor fights up. Bálor boots him back, but Dallas comes back with an uppercut. Bálor then lays him out with a Pelé kick. Bálor gets to his feet and punches away at him. Bálor clubs him in the back and stomps away at him. Bálor clotheslines him out of the ring, goes to the apron, and wipes him out with a running kick to the face. Bálor then sends him head over heels into the barricade three times before putting him in the ring. Bálor connects with a Sling Blade before dropkicking him into the corner. Bálor goes to the top rope and catches him with the Coup de Grâce for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Finn Bálor
– Corey Graves gets up from the announce table because he heard something on his headset.
– We see the trailer for WWE 2K18. We’ll hear from Seth Rollins, next. Back to commercial.
– We are back and Michael asks Booker about what happened with the Women’s Ladder Match and they discuss what people are saying about how Daniel Bryan should handle it.
Kurt Angle is talking on the phone backstage when Corey Graves walks in. Graves says it’s too bad Angle didn’t have a good Father’s Day. Graves got the same text he did and has a plan. Graves stops when Enzo and Cass walk in. Angle asks why Enzo sent a tweet to Conor McGregor. Big Cass can’t believe Angle wants to talk about a tweet. They’ve been getting attacked week after week. Enzo holds The Revival responsible. Big Cass says he thought it might be Enzo at first, but now he knows it’s The Big Show. Angle promises to have the answer by the end of the night. They walk off. Graves then talks strategy as the segment ends.
In the Arena:
Seth Rollins makes his way to the ring.
Seth says today was an awesome day. He says he is a guy who grew up playing video games and he loved the sports games. He says he has the honor to join the crew of cover athletes on video games because he will be on the cover of WWE 2K18.
He says it almost didn’t happen. Seth says he was given an offer and he accepted it. Seth says he bought in and it was everything he could have asked for. He won championships and got enough money to fill his house with everything he needed. Seth says he could not look in the mirror because he burnt every bridge. However, you gave him a second chance. Seth says that allowed him to have a second chance. This cover is not just his cover, it is OUR cover.
The tag line for the game is ‘Be Like No One’. Seth says we have all made mistakes, but that does not have to define who we are today, tomorrow or in the future. We get to decide that. Seth wants to make a promise.
Bray Wyatt interrupts and he tells the architect there you go again contradicting yourself. You talk about how you have grown as an individual, but out of the other side of your mouth, all you can talk about are your material possessions. You talk about being your own man, but you shill this corporate banner. Bray says he can feel the struggle in your soul. You are still conforming. Just when you do it now, you are doing what these people want you to do.
You can wear the clothes of a good honest man, but deep down you are not that man.
Seth tells Bray he is not that man… he is THE MAN. He has been around some of the most egotistical men in the business, but you have taken it to a different level. Life does not work that way. Seth says he has had a few crazy years. Those people who know him know he was more excited to stand in this ring face to face and toe to toe with an alleged God. Maybe in your world, you are a god, but Seth says in his world, Bray is a coward.
Bray says he warned Seth. Anyone who takes his name in vain will be punished. He has warned Seth and now it is time to make a sacrifice.
Bray says he’s here.
Wyatt marches to the ring as Rollins waits. The lights come back on and Rollins dives from the ring, taking Wyatt down on the floor. Rollins’ music hits and he leaves up the ramp as Wyatt looks on from the floor at ringside. We go to a replay as Rollins stares Wyatt down. Rollins turns and walks to the back as Wyatt laughs.
– Still to come, Kurt Angle cracks the case on the mystery attackers. Also, Reigns vs. Joe. Back to commercial.
– Back from the break and Graves has returned to the announce table. He praises Kurt Angle as GM and says he stands with Angle through his personal issues.
Charly Caruso is backstage with Finn Balor asking him about what’s next. Balor admits Extreme Rules didn’t work out as planned but when he looks forward, all he sees is the WWE Universal Title and getting it back. She asks about tonight’s main event. He gives Joe and Reigns props but Elias Samson attacks him from behind and lays him out. Samson warns Balor to never upstage him again. Samson leaves as agent D-Von Dudley comes to check on Balor and call for some help.
Akira Tozawa vs. TJ Perkins
We go to the ring and out first comes Akira Tozawa. TJP is out next.
Before the bell rings, Titus O’Neil comes out. O’Neil asks what’s going on. They can’t have a match of this magnitude without the proper hype. How can you have the proper hype without the proper brand? O’Neil gets in the ring and does the ring announcing. There is dead silence in the arena for this.
The bell rings, and Tozawa applies a side headlock. Tozawa lets out his war cry. TJP twists out and applies a neck vice. Tozawa whips him off, but misses TJP. Tozawa then rolls him up for a two count. Tozawa quickly goes to an arm drag. TJP gets out with a head-scissor for a two count. TJP gets him in the corner and punches him. TJP sends him to the opposite corner, but Tozawa slingshots over him. TJP comes back with a sunset flip, but Tozawa gets out and kicks him. Tozawa tries for a senton splash, but TJP gets his knees up.
Neville’s music hits, and the King of the Cruiserweights comes out to commentary. Neville says he’s not here to talk to Michael Cole; he’s here to get his eyes on Akira Tozawa. Back to commercial.
We come back from the break to see TJP slam Tozawa down. TJP hits a slingshot senton for a two count. TJP sends him into the ropes, but Tozawa holds on and kicks him. TJP springboards off the ropes to take him down and kips up before picking up a two count. TJP steps on his face and digs his forearms into him. TJP applies a chin lock. O’Neil roots on Tozawa from ringside. Tozawa fights out and flips through a back suplex. TJP elbows him back, but Tozawa comes back with a running boot to the face. Tozawa goes to the top rope and leaps, but TJP gets out of the ring. Tozawa then annihilates him with a suicide dive. Tozawa gets him in the ring, and TJP tries to beg him off. TJP pulls him into the turnbuckles and hits a double chickenwing gutbuster for a near fall. TJP tries for a Detonation Kick, but Tozawa gets out and hits a kick. Tozawa lays him out with a snap back suplex before going to the top rope for a senton splash for the win.
Winner: Akira Tozawa
O’Neil congratulates Tozawa on his win. O’Neil announces that himself and Apollo Crews will face Sheamus and Cesaro tonight. O’Neil says Tozawa is close to signing with the Titus Brand. Once he does, Tozawa will be the next Cruiserweight Champion. Neville stands on the commentary table and screams that he’s heard enough. O’Neil needs to watch his tongue. As for Tozawa, he was warned to tread carefully. If he continues to disrespect the King of the Cruiserweights, he will be annihilated. O’Neil says he doesn’t see a proud king – he sees a scared little boy. Neville’s level will be annihilated by the power of Tozawa. O’Neil’s music hits to end the segment.
– We see Kurt Angle backstage questioning The Revival. Back to commercial.
We are back with R Truth and he says he accepts Goldust’s invitation. Next week it is going down in LA. You want your name in lights because he is going to smash them all. You want to be the brightest star in the sky? Too bad because he is going to bring him back to Earth. There will be no movie premiere, just the hand of truth slapping you in the face. Next week, you gonna get got.
Bo Dallas is checked on by Curtis Axel and he tells Bo he BOlieves in Bo. Miz interrupts and he says that they have not been looking so hot lately. Miz says they have nothing to blame but themselves. On the Marine 5 set, you were stars. Here you are comic relief. The Bo on the Marine set would smack the taste out of this Bo. Curtis tells Miz to be careful what he says. Miz asks if if he will hit him. Then what happens? Miz will continue to be champion while Axel fights catering. Miz offers them to be his entourage and they can be stars… stars that their families will be proud of.
Samoa Joe is in the interview area and he is asked about having to face Roman Reigns. Joe says she should be asking Roman how is he preparing for Joe. Joe shows the footage of what happened he last time they met in the ring and we see Joe’s main roster debut. Joe says it is real simple. Roman Reigns needs to reassess his goals. Those who forget the past are doomed to repeat it. Joe says the number one contender at SummerSlam better watch out what he wants because Joe will teach Roman his name and Roman.
Roman Reigns vs. Samoa Joe
We go to the ring and out comes Roman Reigns for what was believed to be tonight’s main event. Back to commercial.
The bell rings, and they circle the ring. They lock up, and Joe backs him to the corner. They circle the ring again and lock up. Reigns applies a side headlock, but Joe whips him off. Reigns goes for a shoulder block, but Joe doesn’t go down. Joe tries for a shoulder block, but Reigns stays standing. Joe tells him to learn his name and shoves him. Reigns punches him, but Joe comes back with a knee. Reigns quickly comes back with a shoulder block. Reigns charges, but Joe rolls out of the ring looking frustrated. Joe takes his time before getting back in the ring. There is definitely a buzz in the crowd for the match. Joe jabs away at Reigns and punches him down in the corner. Joe forearms him, but Reigns fights back. Reigns gets him in the corner, but he has a whip to the corner reversed.
Joe splashes him and connects with a quick overhead kick. Joe tries for the Coquina Clutch, but Reigns quickly escapes the ring. Joe stares at him and talks a little trash from the ring. Reigns takes his time before getting in the ring. They wildly punch each other before Joe knees him and head-butts him down. Joe yells at him, “What’s my name?” Joe continues to strike him and talk trash. Joe chops him before hitting the ropes. Reigns quickly takes him down with a Samoan Drop. Reigns rolls out of the ring and tries for a Drive By Dropkick, but Joe moves. Joe kicks him in the ribs and drives his back into the ring post. Joe follows up with a senton splash on the floor. Back to commercial.
We come back from the break to see Joe drop an elbow on Reigns. Joe circles him and stomps him. Joe takes his time before applying a chin lock. Reigns fights up, but Joe knees him in the midsection and head-butts him down. Joe tries for a senton splash, but Reigns rolls out of the way. Joe charges, but Reigns moves. Reigns hits a pair of clotheslines before having a whip reversed on him. Joe avoids a leaping clothesline, but Reigns turns around and feeds him a big boot for a near fall. Joe stumbles to the corner. Reigns clubs him ten times in the corner before connecting with a leaping clothesline. Reigns sets up for a Superman Punch, but Joe quickly leaves the ring. Reigns sneaks outside and lays him out with a Drive By Dropkick. Reigns gets him in the ring and tries for a Superman Punch, but Joe counters into an inverted atomic drop, a big boot, and a senton splash for a near fall. Joe is not happy with this. Joe tries for a uranage, but Reigns elbows out. Reigns counters with an arm drag and connects with a Superman Punch for a near fall. Reigns sets up for a Spear, but Joe kicks him in the face, sends him into the ropes, and connects with a uranage for a near fall! Joe cannot believe it.
Joe tries for a Coquina Clutch, but Reigns fights it and backs him into the corner. Reigns connects with a Spear and covers, but Joe gets his foot on the bottom rope! Joe then rolls out of the ring to recover. A “This is awesome” chant fires up. The referee is counting Joe out, but he gets back in at the count of nine. Reigns cannot believe he got back in the ring.
All of a sudden, a high pitched siren is heard. It’s the sound of an ambulance backing up. It’s shown on the titantron. Reigns looks confused. Braun Strowman pops out of the back, and there is a massive pop as he screams in triumph. Reigns is stunned. Joe all of a sudden blindsides him with the Coquina Clutch and locks it in! The referee calls the match!
Winner by Knockout: Samoa Joe
Braun Strowman’s music hits, and he power walks down to the ring. Strowman gets into the ring and is wildly staring at Reigns. Strowman stands over Reigns and shakes his head. Strowman says, “Roman, you seem to have forgotten I’M NOT FINISHED WITH YOU!” Strowman picks him up and slams him down with a reverse chokeslam. Strowman then triumphantly raises his arms up. Strowman picks up the microphone once again. The crowd lightly chants, “One more time!” Strowman says if Reigns thinks he’s man enough, then he’ll see him at the Great Balls Of Fire PPV in an Ambulance Match!
– Still to come, MizTV with Maryse as the special guest. Back to commercial.
Back from the break and it’s time for another edition of MizTV. WWE Intercontinental Champion The Miz is out as we see replays of recent happenings with Miz, Maryse and Dean Ambrose. Miz has two bears in the ring. One has a sign that says “I’m sorry” and the other has “Please forgive me” on it. There’s also a large red box in the middle of the ring. Miz introduces tonight’s guest, his wife Maryse, and says he owes her a big apology. Maryse’s music hits and out she comes.
Miz tells Maryse not to worry about the bears because he had them checked out this time. He also brought her favorite champagne. She sort of disses him and takes a sip. Miz says he admits when he’s wrong. He apologizes for destroying her grandfather clock gift and for knocking her off the apron. He knows sorry isn’t good enough, which is why he got her this gift. He gets an “open it” chant going and says it’s safe, he checked it himself. The gift is the grandfather clock she gave him. He’s had it repaired and enhanced. Miz says he watched YouTube tutorials in the garage while she had him sleeping on the couch. Miz says he made the clock perfect, just like her and just like them as a couple. Miz says Ambrose is trying to come between them because he has what they want. Miz goes on and says Maryse is his heart, his soul and his everything. Miz apologizes for the past few weeks and says he will never put her in harm’s way again. Miz begs Maryse to forgive him. They kiss but the music interrupts and out comes Dean Ambrose.
Ambrose hits the ring and Miz accidentally splashes the champagne on Maryse by pulling her in front of him. He apologizes. He turns to charge at Ambrose but Ambrose moves and Miz runs into the clock, knocking it over. Maryse gets emotional and goes to leave. Miz begs her and she pushes him off. Maryse leaves. Miz turns and goes for Ambrose but gets thrown out of the ring. The two bears come from behind and attack Ambrose as Miz looks on. The bears are revealed to be Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel. They continue the assault on Ambrose as Miz comes back in and decks Ambrose while they hold him. Miz drops Ambrose with a Skull Crushing Finale as fans boo. Miz, Axel and Dallas stand tall as the music hits and we go to replays.
– Kurt Angle is backstage questioning Big Show. Back to commercial.
Sheamus and Cesaro vs. Titus O’Neil and Apollo Crews in a Non Title Match
Cesaro and Crews start things off and Ceasro with a shoulder tackle but Crews with a drop kick. Cesaro with a punch and running European uppercut. Sheamus tags in and he kicks Crews and hits a Finlay Slam for a near fall. Sheamus with a top wrist lock and we see the Hardys watching on the monitor. Ceasro tags in and they kick Crews.
Sheamus tags in and Crews with a jaw breaker. Crews with an enzuigiri to Cesaro and both men are down. Titus tags in and connects with a shoulder tackle and he biels Cesaro. Titus barks and he connects wtih a splash. Sheamus makes the blind tag. Titus with a boot to Cesaro. Sheamus drops Titus on the top rope. Titus with a splash and he hits a power slam and Crews with a standing moonsault for a near fall.
Cesaro with a kick to Titus and Cesaro is sent to the floor. Cesaro with a European uppercut when Crews is sent into the ropes. Sheamus and Cesaro hit a spike White Noise for the three count.
Winners: Sheamus and Cesaro
We go to commercial.
– Back from the break and we get a video package for Joe vs. Lesnar at Great Balls of Fire. Lesnar will be here at RAW in Los Angeles next week.
Sasha Banks vs. Nia Jax
We go to the ring and out comes Sasha Banks. Nia Jax is out next. Before the match can begin, the music hits and out comes RAW Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss to the stage. She joins the announcers for commentary. Back to commercial.
Back from the break and the match is underway. Sasha nails the double knees early on coming out of the corner. Emma appears at the announce table and confronts Bliss for walking out on her last week. Bliss pushes Emma into the table. Emma chases Bliss to the ring. Bliss hits the ring and hides behind Jax. Emma wants Bliss. Jax puts Bliss in front of her and tells Emma to have at her. Emma comes with a kick but Bliss moves and she kicks Jax instead. The referee calls the match.
Winner by DQ: Nia Jax
After the bell, Sasha comes over but she gets dropped. It comes down to Emma and Bliss double teaming Sasha in the middle of the ring. Mickie James and Dana Brooke run down for the save but Nia ends up taking everyone down. Nia goes for a leg drop on Sasha but Sasha moves. Bayley’s music hits and out she comes. She decks Bliss and Emma, taking turns on them. Bayley goes after Nia but Nia takes her to the corner with thrusts. Dana and Mickie attack Nia now. Nia pushes them off. Bayley kicks Nia and drives her to the mat with a bulldog. Nia gets kicked out of the ring. Mickie, Bayley, Sasha and Dana stand tall in the ring as Bayley’s music plays. Back to commercial.
In the Arena:
Back from the break and out comes WWE Hall of Famer and RAW General Manager Kurt Angle. He thanks fans for the pop but he is ready to get down to business. He says someone or multiple people have been attacking Enzo Amore and Big Cass from behind, and he will not let RAW devolve into something that puts the safety of the wrestlers in jeopardy. Angle calls Enzo and Cass to the ring.
Enzo and Cass cut promos, and Cass promises to take care of who’s been attacking them when they find them. Angle says he’s been talking to people about what happened. He introduces The Revival first and out comes Scott Dawson with Dash Wilder. He introduces the next suspect and out comes Big Show. Angle asks Show first if he’s had anything to do with the attacks. Show says Angle knows him better than that. He says Enzo and Cass are both “sawft” and should know that Show will come punch them in the mouth if he wants some. Show threatens Cass as Cass stares him down. Show says if this is what Angle thinks of him at this stage of their careers, maybe Show doesn’t need to be on Angle’s TV show any longer. Show leaves the ring and Cass seems convinced Show has been behind the attacks.
Angle addresses The Revival next. Dawson argues and Angle says he’s learned that The Revival has very strong alibis. Angle is interrupted by Corey Graves, who stands up with a mic at the announce table. Graves says Cass just lied about having a baseball-sized lump on his head after he was attacked. Graves says he talked to WWE medics and they never treated Cass. Cass says it wasn’t the WWE medics, it was the local EMTs. Graves goes on and says he knows exactly what happened last week. Graves has some security footage that shows Cass in the backstage area last week. The video shows Cass placing debris around the floor to stage an attack. Cass kicks a box and lays down on the ground to act like he’s hurt. Fans boo. Graves has the footage paused. Graves finds it curious that Cass was laying in the same position that he was in when WWE referees along with Enzo found him. Graves says we know no one attacked Cass last week. Graves accuses Cass of attacking Enzo. Enzo turns to Cass and says he knows there’s more to it than this. Cass fires back and says damn right he did it. Cass asks if Enzo knows what it’s like teaming with Enzo because all he does is run his mouth all day, he even talked trash on Twitter to Conor McGregor. Cass has wanted to slap Enzo around numerous times but he didn’t because he felt bad for Enzo. Cass says everyone in the back doesn’t like Enzo and he felt bad for him. Cass says for years he put up with Enzo’s crap ever day until he snapped. Cass says it felt damn good when he attacked Enzo from behind. Fans boo. Cass says he could’ve snapped Enzo’s neck like a twig but he didn’t because he wanted to watch Enzo suffer, for all the crap Cass put up with in WWE NXT and here on RAW.
Cass goes on and says he slowed things down because he wanted to see how smart Enzo is, or if he is as dumb as he looks. Cass says he realized Enzo is dumber than he looks. Cass calls him dead weight, saying Enzo holds him down from reaching his potential in WWE. Enzo appears to be crying now. Cass says Enzo is the reason he’s never been a champion. Cass says he’s the Superstar, he’s where the money is. Cass says Enzo’s mouth writes checks that his ass can’t cash. Cass says he’s been behind Enzo for a long time but they are now through. Cass floors Enzo with a big boot to more boos, right in front of Angle. Cass leaves the ring as we get replays. Cass backs up the ramp as the “you suck” chants pick up. Angle checks on Enzo as Cass looks on from the stage. RAW goes off the air.
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