WWE RAW Results (7/18) Tampa – FL

WWE RAW Preview - Logan Paul – The Miz

WWE RAW Results (7/18) Tampa – FL – Tonight’s WWE RAW opens live on the USA Network, from the Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida. Mike Rome introduces WWE Global Ambassador Titus O’Neil, who is in the ring with a mic.

Titus says when he came to WWE and became a tag team champion and received the Warrior Award in the Hall of Fame, he thought he’d reached the height of his personal achievements, but he didn’t know then that one day he’d reach the pinnacle of his success by becoming our WWE Global Ambassador. Fans pop. Titus says we need goodwill all over the world. He goes on about how people in WWE do what they can to put smiles on people’s faces from in and outside of the ring, from helping those less fortunate to helping service men and women around the world.

Fans chant “USA!” now. Titus goes on about spreading good around the world and says that’s why you’ll never hear us talk about politics, or religion, or any other subject matter that’s decisive. Some fans applaud. Titus says regardless of race, economic status or nationality, this is a place where people deserve to have a safe haven, this is a place where WWE wants to simply make sure we all have a good time. So… that’s exactly what we’re about to do here tonight. Fans cheer as Titus welcomes everyone to Monday Night RAW.

– Jimmy Smith now welcomes us to RAW. He’s at ringside with Corey Graves and Byron Saxton. We get a video package on recent happenings in the chase for the RAW Women’s Title.

In the Arena:

Becky Lynch makes his way to the ring. Becky talks about “The Little Engine That Could” and compares that to her journey in WWE since WrestleMania 38. Becky says she’s no little train, she’s a big time locomotive, and you can call her the Big Time Becks Express. Becky says when she becomes unhinged she cannot be stopped, which is why when Asuka tried to stop her, she didn’t become a complaining train, she rolled over Asuka and the train doesn’t stop for anyone, the others stop for the train, which is why she stopped the other women on her way to Money In the Bank. She goes on with the train references and says she will become the next RAW Women’s Champion. Fans boo. Becky says the winner of tonight’s RAW Women’s Title match will have to face her at SummerSlam. She says the Big Time Express could, can and will become our new RAW Women’s Champion. Becky raises her fist in the air but the music interrupts and out comes RAW Women’s Champion Bianca Belair.

Belair says Lynch’s actions last week were foul, she couldn’t sit there and watch Belair be great, she had to get her counted out for the loss. Belair enters the ring to “EST!” chants. Belair says this is not the Becky Lynch WrestleMania Comeback Story, but Becky disagrees. Belair says this is her own comeback story from last year’s SummerSlam because losing to Becky in seconds was the lowest point of her career. Belair goes on and says she will re-write that last chapter in her comeback story when she kicks Becky’s little caboose right back to Ireland, after she beats Carmella tonight. The music interrupts and out comes Carmella with a mic.

Carmella says Belair is making the biggest mistake of her career by overlooking her… because she’s a badass with a great ass, and last week she beat Belair. Carmella taunts Belair over last week’s match and says regardless, tonight, if Belair gets counted out again, not only will Mella Be Money, she will also be the new champion. Belair says she’s sick and tired of the talking, and it’s time for everyone to remember why she’s the greatest, the toughest, the… Lynch decks Belair from behind and she goes down. Belair gets double teamed now. Belair fights back and takes Lynch to the corner but Carmella beats her down again. Lynch comes from behind with a Man-Handle Slam to Belair, laying her out. Carmella and Lynch taunt Belair as we go to commercial.

Bianca Belair vs. Carmella for the Raw Women’s Championship
if Bianca is counted out, she loses the title too

Bianca with a waist lock but Carmella pulls Bianca down by the hair.  Carmella with elbows in the corner. Bianca blocks a head scissors take down and Bianca with a series of back breakers.  Bianca with a forearm and drop kick.  Bianca with a fallaway slam.  Becky gets by the ring to distract Bianca on the apron.  Carmella rolls to the floor and Bianca follows and connects with a forearm.  Carmella holds on to the turnbuckle on a KOD attempt and Carmella pulls Bianca into the ring post.  Bianca gets back into the ring and Carmella with punches.  They go to the floor again and Carmella sends Bianca into the ringside barrier by the timekeeper’s area but Bianca gets back into the ring in time. Bianca with a back elbow and Bianca is sent to the floor again.  Bianca powers up again to beat the count.

We go to commercial.

We are back and Carmella pulls Bianca by her braid but Bianca with an Irish whip and drop kick.  Bianca with punches in the corner and a back flip.  Bianca with a forearm.  Bianca with a handspring moonsault for a near fall.  Carmella with a rollup and her feet on the ropes for a near fall.  Carmella gets another near fall.  Bianca with shoulders in the corner and she puts Carmella on the turnbuckles  Bianca goes for a superplex but Carmella pushes Bianca off the turnbuckles.  Bianca catches Carmella on a cross body attempt and Bianca turns it into a suplex.  Carmella drops Bianca on the top rope.   Carmella gets a near fall.  Carmella with a forearm and Bianca with KOD for the three count.

Winner:  Bianca Belair

After the match, Becky gets on the apron with the title belt and she brings it into the ring.  Becky holds up the title belt and Bianca wants it back but Becky drops it in front of Bianca.  Becky leaves the ring while Bianca picks up the title belt.

— We take a look at what happened on Smackdown to offset what happened at Money in the Bank between The Usos and Street Profits and then the announcement of guest referee Jeff Jarrett.

Backstage:

Sarah Schreiber is in the back with The Street Profits.  She asks them about Jeff Jarrett being the guest referee.  Dawkins says if any Slapnuts get out of line… Ford says it does not matter who you are because the Street Profits are walking out of Nashville as the tag champions. MVP and Omos show up and Porter says you better be glad that Omos was not named the guest referee after what happened last week to you Dawkins.   Dawkins says that is tough talk from a hype man.  If you want to step up. Porter says he would love to tag with Omos but he is not dressed for it.  He says he will talk to Adam Pearce about a match between Omos and Angelo Dawkins.

Kevin Owens makes his way to the ring as we go to commercial.

Kevin Owens Show:

We are back and Kevin says the Kevin Owens Show is back on Raw.  He says he knows you missed him and before he tells everyone where he has been, he wants to bring out his guest… Riddle.

Riddle thanks Owens for having him on the show but he says he is here because Owens promised him a Mountain Dew Baja Blast.

Kevin thanks Riddle for coming out. He does not know anything about Mountain Dew. Kevin says he has not been here the last few weeks. Kevin says he was obsessed and almost drove himself crazy to prove that Ezekiel and Elias were the same person. Kevin says he took a step back and went on a nature retreat. He says he saw something that he admired with Riddle. Riddle is always cool, calm, and collected. Kevin says he does not know if Riddle has any assistance to be that way. Kevin says he does not care about Ezekiel, Elias, or Elrod. The reason he called Riddle out here is because of his match at SummerSlam against Seth Rollins. Kevin says Seth caused him great anguish. Seth used to act like my best friend but he betrayed me when I fought my hardest. I lost my best friend just like you lost your best friend, Randy Orton.

Kevin says everybody needs some backup, especially in WWE. The answer is right in front of him. RK-Bro was good but Bro-KO could be great. Riddle says he does not want to get ahead of himself. Riddle says Owens is the biggest liar he knows. Kevin says he knows that Riddle can think that. I have changed and no one will be able to call me a liar. You trusted Randy Orton, the biggest snake in WWE. No one was ever less trustworthy. Riddle says he would not have come out here if Kevin was going to talk about Randy like that.

Riddle gets in Kevin’s face and Seth’s music plays. Kevin says he had nothing to do with that. Seth’s music plays again and he hits Riddle from behind and hits Black Out. Seth throws the chairs to the floor and sets for another Black Out and he hits it again.  Seth poses in front of Riddle.

— We take a look at The Mysterios and The Judgment Day.

— Damian Priest and Finn Balor make their way to the ring as we go to commercial.

Backstage:

We are back and Seth cackles in the back and Kevin Patrick asks why is he attacking Riddle.  Seth says Riddle has gotten to him.  He says that Riddle is so stupid that he thinks Orton can help him and he turned down Owens’ help.  Riddle is stupid to think he can win.

Ezekiel shows up and he says that Seth cannot do that to Riddle. Seth tells Ezekiel he will do what he wants when he wants.  He can stomp anyone. Ezekiel tells Seth not to talk about his family. Seth tells Ezekiel to get out of his business. Ezekiel says business is about to pick up. Seth cackles and backs away from Ezekiel.

In the Arena:

Damian Priest wants everyone to RISE for a prince.  RISE for a punisher.  RISE for THE Judgment Day.  Last week, we chose not to injure Dominik Mysterio because we believe he will make the right decision and join them.  Tonight, Dominik will join THE Judgment Day.  We saw the look in your eye and we know that you are ready to stop your father.  He is stifling your potential.  Let us remind you what happened the last time a legend tried to stifle us.  We look back at the night the Edge was kicked out of his own group. Finn says he could watch that video over and over again.

— The Mysterios are out as we go to commercial.

Rey Mysterio vs. Damian Priest

The match is joined in progress and Rey stares down Finn before going back into the ring and gets a near fall.  Priest punches Rey on a springboard move and then Priest kicks Rey in the corner.  Priest with an Irish whip that sends Rey sternum first into the turnbuckles.  Priest with an elbow into the corner for a near fall.  Rey with punches but Priest with a back breaker for a near fall.  Priest with a rear chin lock.  Priest with a knee and punches.  Priest with a knee to the midsection.  Rey with a boot to Priest and a springboard bulldog.  Rey goes to the turnbuckles and Priest grabs Rey by the throat but Rey counters with a head scissors.  Rey drop kicks Priest into the ring post.  Rey with a seated splash and a springboard cross body for a near fall.

Rey floats over but Priest catches Rey and Rey with a tornado DDT for a near fall.  Rey drop kicks Priest into teh ropes and Balor gets on the apron but Dominik pulls Finn off.  Finn sends Dominik into the ringside barrier.  Rey drop kicks Finn into the ringside barrier.  Priest gets up and is sent into the ropes but Priest with a thrust kick for a near fall.  Priest is sent into the ropes again as Rey counters South of Heaven.  Rey with a 619 and he goes up top and Priest blocks a rana.  Priest with Splash Mountain for the three count.

Winner:  Damian Priest

After the match, Priest kicks Rey and Finn gets chairs and a mic.   Priest puts a chair under Rey’s head and Priest tells Dominik you are joining THE Judgment Day tonight, or we take his head off. Balor kicks Rey a few times.

Dominik rolls into the ring to stop the attack and he says he will join. Priest says now Dominik wants to join.  Priest says it does not work that way. Balor hits Dominik a few times with the chair but Rey escapes the Conchairto.

— We take a look back at what happened between Riddle and Rollins on THE KO Show.

— Seth Rollins makes his way to the ring as we go to commercial.

— We are back with the same video of the mystery man with images of things from… Edge’s past?

Seth Rollins vs. Ezekiel

They lock up and Rollins pushes Ezekiel on the break and Ezekiel pushes back.  Rollins with a wrist lock take down into a hammer lock.  Ezekiel with a side head lock take down.  Ezekiel with another take down.  Ezekiel with another side head lock take down.  Ezekiel with a shoulder tackle and Rollins with an arm drag but Ezekiel with a side head lock.  Rollins misses a chop and Ezekiel with a chop.  Rollins with a knee to the midsection and one to the head.  Rollins with punches and forearms as we see how many cameras are at ringside.  Rollins with an Irish whip and Ezekiel floats over and hits a mule kick.  Rollins goes to the floor.  They return to the ring and Ezekiel sends Rollins into the air and Rollins lands chest first on the mat.  Rollins with a suicide dive but Ezekiel catches Rollins and sends him into the ringside barrier and ring post.  Rollins crotches Ezekiel on the turnbuckles.

Rollins goes up top and hits a knee drop to the back of the head on the turnbuckles.

We go to commercial.

We are back and Ezekiel with a back elbow and a belly-to-back suplex.  Ezekiel with a splash into the corner and a spinebuster for a near fall.  Ezekiel tries to get Rollins on his shoulders and he does it but Rollins gets back ot his feet.  Rollins with an inside cradle for a near fall.  Rollins gets another near fall after a thrust kick.  Rollins misses Black Out and Ezekiel gets a near fall with a rollup.  Ezekiel with a back slide for a near fall.  Ezekiel catches Rollins but Rollins with a victory roll for a near fall.  Ezekiel with a power bomb for a near fall.  Ezekiel with a forearm and Rollins with a punch.  Ezekiel with more forearms.  Rollins with an enzuigiri.  Ezekiel sends Rollins to the apron and Rollins with a forearm.  Ezekiel with a jumping knee to Rollins on a springboard move.

Ezekiel goes up top and Rollins leaps to the turnbuckles for a superplex and he rolls through into a Falcon Arrow for a near fall.  Rollins sets for a Pedigree but Ezekiel blocks it and goes for a back drop.  Rollins tries for a sunset flip but Ezekiel drops down.  Rollins with a KO and Black Out for the three count.

Winner:  Seth Rollins

Backstage:

MVP and Omos are in the back and The Usos show up.  Jimmy comments on Omos’ size and weight.  He says Dawkins has no chance tonight and Omos will beat Dawkins.  Jimmy says they need to get some front row seats for this beat down.

We go to commercial.

— We are back and next week, there will be a 20th anniversary celebration for Rey Mysterio.

Backstage:

Finn Balor says that Rey is not made of the right stuff.  Dominik, you failed the test.  Priest says we saw right through you.  The only reason you wanted to join was to save your dad.  You should have cracked your dad in the skull with a chair.  Next week is a celebration for Rey Mysterio but we finish what we started.  Rey will fall and THE Judgment Day will rise.

Omos vs. Angelo Dawkins

They lock up and Omos with a biel.  Ford tries to distract Omos and Dawkins with punches.  Omos with a shoulder tackle.  Ford distracts Omos some more but Omos with an elbow in the corner.  Omos misses a Yakuza Kick in the corner and gets caught in the ropes.  Dawkins with punches and a spinning splash and enzuigiri.  Porter trips Dawkins and the referee calls for the bell.

Winner by DQ:  Angelo Dawkins

After the match, Adam Pearce says he had a solution.  Since Porter said he would love to team with Omos against the Street Profits, the match is happening. But first… We go to commercial.

 Omos and MVP Vs. The Street Profits

Dawkins and Omos start things off and Jimmy distracts Dawkins and Omos hits Dawkins from behind.  Omos chokes Dawkins in the ropes.  Omos with an elbow in the corner.  Omos with an Irish whip and an elbow in the corner.  Omos stands on Dawkins’ hand and stomps on it.  Omos with a hard Irish whip to Dawkins.  Porter tags in and he kicks Dawkins in the head.  Porter with a punch but Dawkins punches back.  Porter with a punch and facebuster.  Porter sets for the BALLIN’ Elbow and hits it for a near fall.  Porter runs into a punch from Dawkins and both men are down.

Ford and Omos tag in and Ford with a kick and he goes up top for a cross body but Omos catches Ford.  Omos gets Ford up but Ford lands on his feet.  Ford with kicks and enzuigiris.  Omos with a punch to Ford followed by a boot to the head for a near fall.  Dawkins sends Porter to the floor and Porter pulls Dawkins to the floor.  Dawkins sends Porter into the Usos and the Usos come in and Ford and Dawkins with drop kicks to the knees and a double super kick.  Ford with a Seven Star Frog Splash for a near fall.  Ford goes up top again and Jey pushes Ford off the turnbuckles.

The referee calls for the bell.

Winners by DQ: The Street Profits

After the match, Jimmy and Jey attack the Street Profits and then Omos with a double choke slam.

Backstage:

Sarah is in the back with Veer. Veer looks at the camera and then at Sarah.  He says boo and laughs before backing away.

Sarah brings out her real guest, The Miz. Miz says that was unexpected.  Miz says he thinks Veer likes her.  A great host never reveals his surprises.  Logan has withdrawn his challenge for SummerSlam and they can become tag team champions.  Sarah asks what if Logan does not pull his challenge. Miz says that would mean that Logan is his enemy and Logan does not want that to happen.

— Theory makes his way to the ring as we go back to commercial.

In the Arena:

Theory says before he wipes the mat with AJ Styles, he has a few things to address.  We are on the cusp of the biggest SummerSlam of all time.  I am going to take back my United States Championship and then I will cash in my contract on whatever is left of Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns after their Last Man Standing Match.  I am going to become the brand new Undisputed WWE Universal Champion.

We all know that Brock and Roman are going to destroy each other, he has some footage of what Brock is capable of.

We take a look at what happened last week to Otis and Chad Gable.

Theory says that shows it is the perfect opportunity for him to cash in.  The stakes are high and even though I got screwed out of my title at Money in the Bank, it does not matter because I always do it in the clutch.  Roman Reigns, Brock Lesnar, Riddick Moss, and The Usos don’t like me.  Dolph Ziggler does not like me.  It is because all of them are jealous.  Dolph stuck his nose in my business last week because he is jealous.

We take a look at what happened last week with Dolph Ziggler. Theory calls that pathetic.  He says he does not blame Ziggler because look at him.  He says no one is on his level.

AJ Styles makes his way to the ring, but he has something to say too.

AJ says you are making some big promises so why don’t I make a promise.  Whether you beat Lashley or cash in the contract or do both, know that I’ll be the first in a long line of people who are going to take that from you.  Just so you know, kiddo, the locker room is not jealous of you.  We think you are a big jackass.

Theory says you are so easy to figure out.  I have been on Raw for less than a year and I became the youngest US Champion and youngest Mr. Money in the Bank.  What were you doing at my age?  How mahy years did you have to scratch and claw by hitting phenomenal forearms on barefoot hillbillies in Georgia.  They should be calling me phenomenal.  You don’t like me because I am young.

AJ says there isn’t enough time on Raw to tell you how much I don’t like you.  I am proud of where I am from and I am the man I am today because of my background. Theory calls him an old grizzled veteran. AJ says he is going to teach Theory a lesson and he punches Theory.

Dolph Ziggler makes his way to the ring as we go to commercial.

— We are back with a new mystery man vignette.

Theory vs. AJ Styles

AJ punches Theory.  AJ with a forearm and chop in the corner.  AJ with another forearm.  Theory with an Irish whip and AJ floats over.  Theory with a back breaker and then he kicks AJ in the chest.  AJ lands on his feet on a belly-to-back suplex and connects with forearms.  Theory with a punch but AJ with an elbow.  AJ with shoulders in the corner.  Theory with a double thrust to the throat followed by punches and kicks.  Theory with an Irish whip and AJ hits the ring post.  Theory gets a near fall.  Theory with a reverse chin lock.  Theory sends AJ tot he mat and gets a near fall.  Theory with a reverse chin lock.  AJ with a belly-to-back suplex and he kicks Theory.

Theory sends AJ to the floor.  Theory goes to the floor but AJ gets back in the ring and Ziggler gets up from his seat and Theory pushes Dolph to the ground.  AJ kicks Theory to the floor again.  

We go to commercial.

We are back and Styles with a chop.  Theory with a back body drop for a near fall.  We see Theory stopping AJ on a springboard move to gain the advantage.  Theory with an arm bar.  AJ with forearms followed by some strikes and a clothesline.  Styles with a sliding forearm and clothesline into the corner.  AJ with a neck breaker for a near fall.  Styles calls for a Styles Clash but Theory with a back drop.  Theory sends AJ into the turnbuckles and then follows with a rolling drop kick followed by a neck breaker and he gets a near fall.  Styles goes for the Calf Crusher but Theory gets to the ropes.  Theory rolls to the floor.  AJ goes for a sliding knee but Theory blocks it and he sends AJ into the announce table.

Theory sends AJ back into the ring and Ziggler with a super kick to Theory when the referee was not looking.  The referee counts out Theory.

Winner by Count Out:  AJ Styles

After the match, Theory complains and Styles gives him a Styles Clash.

We go to commercial.

— We are back with a video package for the Raw Women’s Championship Match.  

— We have a video package for Titus O’Neil and what he has done for the Tampa community.

We go to commercial.

Alexa Bliss, Asuka and Dana Brooke vs. Doudrop, Tamina Snuka and Nikki A.S.H.

Nikki and Asuka start things off and Asuka with a shoulder tackle.  Asuak with a baseball slide but Nikki pulls out the ring skirt and traps her.  Nikki with forearms.  Tamina with a forearm and Doudrop wtih a splash.  Dana with a cross body onto Tamina and Doudrop.  

Reggie is at ringside and Dana yells at her but Tozawa rolls up Dana to win the 24/7 title.  Tozawa goes into the ring and celebrates but Nikki with a swinging neck breaker for the three count.  Alexa with a kick and DDT for the three count.

Winners:  Alexa Bliss, Asuka, and Dana Brooke

After the match, Doudrop rolls up Alexa for the three count.Tamina with a super kick to Doudrop for the three count.  Dana Brooke rolls up Tamina and then decides to go to the back.  Tamina chases after Tamina.

Asuka with a round kick and she puts Nikki in the Asuka Lock. Alexa and Asuka celebrate something together in the ring.

Backstage:

Dominik Mysterio asks Damian and Finn if they thought he would join THE Judgment Day.  He may have failed their test but he proved that he is a Mysterio.  Rey says that you aren’t the first to threaten the Mysterios.  You aren’t the first to tear apart this family.  Next week, I will be celebrating 20 years in WWE.  We are going to cap off that celebration by showing you what it means to be a Mysterio.

— Roman Reigns will also be on Raw next week.

MizTV:

Miz makes his way to the ring for MizTV. Before anything else, we take a look at Miz at the Celebrity Softball game at the All Star Game.

Back to commercial.

Back from the break and The Miz is in the ring. He welcomes everyone to MizTV and goes on with his promo, then introduces Logan Paul to a big pop. Paul hits the ring and he’s ready to go. He says he’s here face-to-face with Miz, so does Miz accept his SummerSlam challenge or not? Miz wants to talk about the good things, like the last time they were in the ring together at WrestleMania 38. Miz shows us how he and Paul defeated The Mysterios, only for Miz to turn on Paul after the match. Miz fails to include the turn in his replay. Paul interrupts and tells the truck to keep playing the footage. Now we see a replay of The Miz turning on Paul at WrestleMania. Miz says let me explain… he was teaching… Paul asks teaching him what? Because all he learned was he had to come back to WWE, and sign a contract to beat Miz’s ass at SummerSlam. Fans pop. Miz says Paul might not understand who he’s in the ring with right now.

Miz brags some and Paul mocks him. Miz wants to focus on Paul now. He cites some of Paul’s accomplishments and takes some credit for Paul learning the WWE craft so quickly. Miz says Paul is a unique talent, a once-in-a-life time Superstar and Paul thinks he is so ready, but Miz says he is not. Miz says he was able to protect Paul at WrestleMania. Miz goes on and says out there Paul is something, but here in WWE, this is MizTV and The Miz is the host, and Paul can’t face him at SummerSlam. Miz says Paul is a rookie and has to earn a SummerSlam match with him, so the challenge is denied. Paul asks if Miz thinks he’s ready, if he’s tough enough. Paul goes on about how people told him he couldn’t do this and that, but he did it all anyway. Paul mentions how he trained with respect for the sport, and says he’s in his prime and when someone tells him he’s not ready for something, it only motivates him, and right now his sole motivation is to prove Miz wrong and beat the hell out of him at SummerSlam.

Paul announces that he will be at next week’s SummerSlam go-home RAW from Madison Square Garden, and he will host his own version of MizTV. Paul says he will call it… Impaulsive TV. Paul says this rookie will show The Miz who is better. Miz mocks Paul some more and says the answer is still no. Paul laughs and says he’s actually not surprised Miz keeps saying no to his SummerSlam challenge, because that is exactly what everyone would expect from a man with two blueberries in his pants. Paul gets a “tiny balls!” chant going. Miz shows off his new WWE Shop t-shirt that says he has massive balls. Miz says asks Paul and the fans if they want this match at SummerSlam… then he accepts. Miz charges but Paul ducks and tackles him.

Paul works Miz over, then clotheslines him over the top rope to the floor. Paul stands tall and yells out at Miz until Ciampa attacks him from behind. Ciampa beats Paul down and holds him while Miz returns to the ring. Miz grabs Paul by his face and talks some trash. Miz goes to strike but Paul kicks him away, then escapes from Ciampa. Paul retreats to the ramp as Ciampa and Miz seethe from the ring. Paul points back at them from the ramp and smiles as we get a replay.

Sarah Schreiber is in the ring now. She asks Miz his response to everything Paul just said. Miz says there’s only one Miz in WWE, and only one MizTV, and there’s a reason he’s the most must-see WWE Superstar of all-time, and this is his house. His house. Miz says nobody comes in here and embarrasses him, out there… sure, Paul’s glitz and glam is amazing, but here there’s only one man whose house this is, and it’s because he’s The Miz and he’s… awesome! Ciampa yells it with The Miz. Miz is fired up as his music starts back up and the announcers confirm Paul vs. Miz for WWE SummerSlam. RAW goes off the air with Miz and Ciampa standing tall together while Paul looks on from the stage.


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