Spoiler Rate RAW 1/11/16

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  1. #1 Prince Bálor, Jan 12, 2016
    Last edited: Jan 12, 2016
    You know the drill, ladies and gents. Vote above and give yer thoughts below!

    Raw Results:

    Show Spoiler

    – The show opened with Vince and Stephanie McMahon in front of the Raw roster, shilling the Royal Rumble and ultimately announcing that Roman Reigns will face most of the roster in a “One vs. All” match. One person who won’t be in the match is Dean Ambrose, who is attacked from behind by Sheamus. The McMahons make Ambrose vs. Sheamus for right now.

    1. Dean Ambrose vs. Sheamus ended in a double count-out. Both men brawled on the outside and were counted out. Ambrose bloodied Sheamus on the ring post and tried to continue the attack, but was attacked by Kevin Owens.

    2. Titus O’Neil defeated Stardust. Stardust’s facepaint was an appropriate David Bowie tribute. Titus won by pinfall with the Clash of the Titus. After the match, Titus tried to dance with fans and Stardust attacked him from behind.

    The New Day were guests on Chris Jericho’s Highlight Reel. They argued, were joined by the Usos, and a tag team match was made.

    3. The Usos defeated The New Day. Jericho broke Xavier Woods’ trombone, causing a distraction that allowed the Usos to win with a rollup.

    – The McMahons want Brock Lesnar to compete in the Royal Rumble. Paul Heyman says Brock refuses, and wants a match with the winner of the Rumble for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.

    Sting was announced as the first member of the WWE Hall of Fame class of 2016.

    4. The Wyatt Family vs. The Social Outcasts was a no contest. Ryback interfered and was attacked by the Wyatts. The Social Outcasts helped him fight them off.

    5. United States Championship Match: Kalisto defeated Alberto Del Rio (c).
    Kalisto countered a suplex into a victory roll to win the match and become the new United States Champion. Del Rio will get his rematch on Thursday’s Smackdown.

    6. Charlotte vs. Brie Bella never happened. Becky Lynch attacked Charlotte before the match. Ric Flair announced that due to the attack, Charlotte wouldn’t wrestle tonight.

    7. One Vs. All was a no contest. The McMahons explained the rules of the match, saying that Roman Reigns would face a non-stop stream of Superstars until he couldn’t move. Kevin Owens started. Owens and Reigns had a lengthy match until everything fell apart, and McMahon ordered all the participants to hit the ring and attack Reigns. That brought out Brock Lesnar, who destroyed everyone in the ring. Lesnar delivered an F-5 to Reigns to end the show.


    Source: uproxx

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  2. Again. Spoiler tags please.
     
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  3. Didn't watch, Kalisto winning and Lesnar seem like the only takeaways though.
     
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  4. :lol1: So much for ADR's title reign.
    Slater's crew are faces? Weird.
     
  5. Not like any of the previous 'Rate RAW' threads have had any, but oh well. :quimby:
     
  6. Pro tip: Use them in all results threads going forward
     
  7. From what I saw, this raw was entertaining. You have Vince out with the whole roster. Sheamus attacks Dean. Kalisto wins the US title, hopefully it'll be a good run with credibility. I really thought del rio would hold it till mania though.

    Vince made Roman fight everyone then you have Brock come out and just destroy all like stone cold would've back in the day. And he F5's Roman like idgaf.

    It was a great raw if you ask mex
     
  8. Outside of Kalisto winning the US title, Ambrose showing more of his violent tendencies, Social Outcasts stepping up to the Wyatts and Borkman killing people, everything else was a snoozefest. 4/10
     
  9. Too harsh. The good outweighed the bad. I thought it was a fun raw. Have new day shake their asses at Stephanie make it a 7-8 at least lol
     
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  10. #11 Prince Bálor, Jan 12, 2016
    Last edited: Jan 12, 2016
    Too harsh? When did you become the :whiteknight: of WWE? lol jk

    For what it's worth, the episode was more boring than it was actually bad. The truly bad stuff was Titus/Stardust and the Highlight Reel.
    Everything else was simply boring as hell.
     
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  11. Vince and Stephanie are happy but fans boo. They wonder which Superstar on the stage will be the next WWE World Heavyweight Champion. They’re confident Reigns will lose the title in the 30-man Royal Rumble match. Vince says it could be Dolph Ziggler. He says Dolph has reached for the brass ring for 10 years and now could be his time. Stephanie says it could be Kevin Owens’ win, he could cement his first year as the greatest in WWE history. Vince says it could be… he feels a Hallelujah coming on. Vince says it could be The New Day and we see the WWE Tag Team Champions dancing on the stage. Vince and Stephanie say “that ain’t booty” and the lights go out. The Wyatt Family has arrived.

    Wyatt repeats something he’s said all along – anyone but Roman. Vince agrees and says it could even be Brock Lesnar. The music interrupts and out comes WWE World Heavyweight Champion Roman Reigns through the crowd to a pop. Stephanie mocks the fans for not getting their chants right. She asks Reigns if he came to beat her dad up again. Fans cheer and Vince doesn’t think so. He asks why Reigns is out here, pal. Reigns just has one question – what happens if he wins at the Rumble. Stephanie starts laughing and says Reigns is delusional. Back and forth leads to Vince revealing a 1 vs. All Match later with Reigns. Also, WWE Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose is in our first match. Sheamus nails Ambrose from behind on the stage and that’s his opponent. We go to commercial as Sheamus makes his way to the ring.
     
  12. Weird. Why'd you copy-paste this from WrestlingInc?
     
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  13. Well I enjoyed Kalisto winning the US title. He deserves it and Del Rio was the perfect guy for him to take it from.

    The main event was wonky. I understand why they booked it as a 1 vs All, just so they could have all the heels in the ring for Lesnar to destroy. But it was pointless because the match was only Reigns VS Owens. They should of just made it a lumberjack match.

    I was salty that Ryback ruined Social Outcast debut match. They had about 30 seconds until Ryback came out and ruined it. I hate everything about Ryback.
     
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  14. Lol well normally WWE sucks ass, but that raw was okay. I watched it and fun watching Brock whoop everyone and have Vince and Stephanie pander Roman
     
  15. That Ziggler/Vince interaction 10/10:ohyeah::sad1:
     
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  16. Watching Bork wreck people is always fun. Aaand, Kalisto winning the US title was a feel-good moment, too!
     
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  17. Vince was so trolling him when he said DZ might win the Rumble this year. I chuckled.
     
  18. The Chronicles of Mugshot McMahon/10, I am Shaddix, meme lord
     
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  19. You know, I actually am giving it a 6. I don't know if it really deserves one as there was nothing really outstanding that happened, but I wasn't really bored off my ass throughout half of it like i usually am. It may have been because I was anticipating Lesnar, who knows. But I really wasn't bored.

    I liked ADR vs Kalisto. Good match and good result. The US title is a developmental belt and belongs on someone aspiring, not completely established.. or it belongs on John Cena simply for the open challenge.. but those are the only two choices there should be.

    The main event was annoying. The match between Reigns and Owens was actually pretty good and if it was allowed to simply be a match between Reigns and Owens, it would have been a good main event.

    The best part was Lesnar though. I liked how all the heels thought he was there to help.. but NO.... Sheamus actually got a good beating on Lesnar there for a moment. But they best part was the F 5 on Reigns. I do NOT want Lesnar to be the typical face, saving other people. It's well established that Lesnar cares about two people, himself and Heyman and that is all... I like it that way and keep it that way.

    But yeah, I was entertained.
     
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