WWE Raw Results, Spoilers for September 15, 2014: John Cena, Brock Lesnar Brawl Before 'Night of Champions'
WWE Raw kicked off with Paul Heyman saying that WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar's plane was delayed and cannot make the show, which angered John Cena.
Last week, Cena had warned Heyman that he was looking to beat someone down before Night of Champions. Cena told Heyman that if Lesnar did not show up by "halftime," it would be Heyman at the tail-end of a thrashing.
Kane vs Chris Jericho
Still seething from The Authority's attack after his Steel Cage match last week, Y2J got a measure of revenge against Kane, pinning Kane after dropping-kicking him on the knee, which sent the "Big Red Corporate Machine" flying into an exposed turnbuckle, allowing Jericho to get the pin.
Winner: Chris Jericho
Jack Swagger vs Bo Dallas
After weeks of being taunted by Dallas, Swagger finally got his hands on "The Inspirational One." Dallas went for his Bo-Dog, only to have it reversed by Swagger. Dallas countered with a roll-up, but that allowed Swagger to clamp on the Patriot Lock to get the submission win.
Winner: Jack Swagger via submission
WWE Divas Champion Paige & Nikki Bella vs Brie Bella & AJ Lee
Brie Bella bought herself time to go for the tag, but Nikki pulled AJ off the ring apron before that could happen, allowing for Paige to hit Brie with the Ram-Paige DDT finisher to take home the victory for her team. After the bout, Nikki hit Brie with the Rack Attack to send a message to her sister.
Winner: Paige & Nikki Bella
The Big Show vs Bray Wyatt
Wyatt knocked the wind out of the Big Show, throwing his entire body into The Big Show's gut. Wyatt followed up by going to the second rope, only for the Big Show to set him up for an Inverted DDT. But Erick Rowan and Luke Harper jumped into the ring to double-team The Big Show. Big Show nailed both of Wyatt's minions with a double-choke-slam, warding off the buzzards' attack before any damage could be done.
Winner: The Big Show via disqualification
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Six-Man Tag Team match: The WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos & United States Champion Sheamus vs Stardust, Goldust & Cesaro
Sheamus managed to nail Stardust with a Brogue Kick, only to have Cesaro make the blind tag and hit the Irishman with a Neutralizer. Jimmy Uso managed to break the count while taking out Goldust, allowing for Sheamus to make the tag. Jimmy Uso went for a Flying Body Press, eliminating the Dust Brothers from the match, which gave Jey Uso time to climb the top rope and hit the Superfly Splash to take the win for his team.
Winner: The Usos & Sheamus
Cena went to the locker room and dragged Paul Heyman to the ring. Cena seemed ready to give Heyman a pass, despite not being able to produce Lesnar, until Heyman insulted Cena's mother, which put him in the 15-time world champion's crosshairs once again. Lesnar finally showed up, with both men brawling until the security separated them.
Naomi vs Cameron
Naomi managed to get Cameron into a Sunset Flip and transition the move into a Slay-Mission submission hold to get the win over her ex-tag team partner.
Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler & R-Truth vs The Miz and Damien Sandow
In a rematch from their Friday Night SmackDown match, The Miz and his stunt-double seemed to be on the same page before The Miz missed, attempting to punch Ziggler while Sandow held him. But Ziggler got out of the way, causing The Miz to nail his own tag-team partner with a fist to the face, giving Ziggler the opportunity to finish The Miz with a Zig-Zag take home the victory.
Winner: Dolph Ziggler & R-Truth
Seth Rollins vs Romans Reigns
Reigns, still angry about getting triple-teamed by Randy Orton, Kane, and Seth Rollins last week in the main event, finally got his hands on his former Shield partner, hitting Rollins with a Spear to take the win.
Winner: Roman Reigns
Mark Henry went to the ring to do the Pledge of Allegience before he was interrupted by Rusev, leading to an all-out brawl. Henry had the upper-hand, but ate a Super-Kick before the the former Olympian was trapped in The Accolade. Henry powered his out of the hold before he can cinch it, nailing Rusev with a PowerSlam to send Rusev retreating, ending the show.
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