WWE RAW Opener:
This week’s show opens up with Seth Rollins and Triple H at WWE Headquarters. Rollins brags about being the WWE and U.S. Champion. Triple H tells Rollins he belongs with Bruno Sammartino, Ultimate Warrior and Andre The Giant, the three WWE legends who have statues at WWE Headquarters.
Brock Lesnar & Paul Heyman Kick Off The Show
From there, the regular RAW intro video plays and then Brock Lesnar’s music plays inside the Barclays Center. Out walks Lesnar with his advocate, Paul Heyman. Neither man looks happy.
Heyman brags about Lesnar being the first man to ever tap out The Dead Man. He talks about Lesnar taking Taker to Suplex City. He talks more about the Kimura, showing highlights of the controversial false finish, and then complaining about injustice.
Heyman continues to complain, saying Lesnar doesn’t blame the incompetant referee or even the compassionate time keeper. He talks about having enough material to go on for all three hours tonight. The fans all chant “Yes! Yes! Yes!”
Then, Heyman talks about how after Lesnar already beat Taker, Taker low-blowed him and put him in Hell’s Gate. Heyman goes on and on about how that is not right and what really happened was Lesnar won and he was cheated.
He goes on to talk about Undertaker collapsing on his way back to the backstage area last night, the same way he collapsed at WrestleMania. He said it’s all over the internet. Heyman finally gets to the point and says the reason they are out here is because Lesnar wants to fight Taker one more time.
Heyman says they’re not out here to issue a challenge for WrestleMania, Royal Rumble, the Survivor Series, for Madison Square Garden, Night Of Champions, or Tuesday through Sunday. Not in church and sure not in heaven. Heyman says Lesnar challenges Taker to do this — hey yo — Brooklyn style, right here, tonight. Now! Now! Now! Heyman keeps freaking out as Lesnar takes his shirt off and starts bouncing around getting ready to fight.
Brock Lesnar Takes Bo Dallas To “Suplex City”
Instead of Undertaker, Bo Dallas’ music hits and he makes his way down to the ring. He takes a victory lap around the ring. He gets in the ring on the mic and mocks Lesnar for dreaming that he beat Undertaker. He says he can in the future, all he has to do is Bo-Lieve.
Dallas stuck around too long. Lesnar smirked and then proceeded to take Dallas to “Suplex City,” to the delight of 15,000+ fans in Brooklyn, New York. Lesnar suplexes Dallas over and over and over and over and over and over again.
Just when you think Lesnar is done, the fans chant “One More Time! One More Time!” Lesnar happily obliges. Lesnar leaves as Dallas lays beaten down in the ring. Heyman joins Lesnar and the two walk up the aisle. Heyman whispers something in Lesnar’s ear, so Lesnar simply turns around and heads back to the ring.
Lesnar’s music stops playing and Lesnar re-enters the ring. He picks up a completely lifeless Bo Dallas and takes him right back to Suplex City. Now he’s had enough and he walks away with Heyman again as his music plays.
Heyman says something and then says, “For me!” He points to the ring and Lesnar turns around calmly again and walks back to the ring as his music cuts off again. Lesnar re-enters the ring and takes Dallas’ lifeless body to Suplex City again and again. As Lesnar hoists Dallas up for an F-5, Heyman shouts on the mic, “Bo, I want you to know — Brock Bo-Lieves!” Lesnar F-5’s Dallas down, his music plays again and this time he and Heyman leave for real.
The Lucha Dragons vs. The New Day
When we return from the break, we hear The New Day backstage doing their pre-walk-out talking gimmick. Finally, the new WWE Tag-Team Champions emerge through the curtain. They babble the whole way to the ring as usual, this time bragging about being the feature presentation. With that said, Xavier Woods comes out badly playing the trombone. Big E. tries to sing a remixed version of Frank Sinatra’s “New York, New York,” replacing the words with “New Day, New Day!”
Already in the ring are their opponents for tonight, The Lucha Dragons. Kalisto kicks things off for his team while Kofi Kingston starts for his. Kalisto gets both Kingston and Big E. on the floor and hits a big splash on them. Sin Cara does as well. The lead the fans in “Lucha! Lucha!” chants as we head to a mid-match commercial break.
When we return from the break, the action is still ongoing inside the ring. Xavier Woods plays the trombone outside the ring as Big E. hits one of the Dragons and pins him.
Winners: The New Day