WWE Monday Night RAW Results 20/03/17 – Final Battle!

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WWE Monday Night RAW Results 20/03/17 – Final Battle!

With less than two weeks until WWE WrestleMania 33, what will happen when Braun Strowman attempts to settle the score once and for all with Braun Strowman? And will his WrestleMania opponent, The Undertaker be loitering in the shadows? Last week on RAW, things became rather heated  between Mick Foley and Stephanie McMahon. But what will the repercussions be for the RAW GM? In what is likely to be their final encounter at WrestleMania, what will happen next between Brock Lesnar and Goldberg? This weeks edition of WWE RAW comes from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. Here is the WWE RAW Results 20/03/17…

— The show opened with Mick Foley reading a prepared statement. He thanked Stephanie McMahon and Triple H before he apologized for his actions last week. He then announced he will be taking a leave of absence. He then tore up the index cards with his statement on them and began yelling that there was more he wanted to say. His microphone was then cut as Stephanie McMahon made her way to the ring.

Stephanie said they gave Mick Foley index cards because he screwed up everything. She then fired him and told him to get out of the ring. Foley started to leave before Sami Zayn came out. Foley told him not to push it, but Sami told Stephanie she should be ashamed of herself. Stephanie told him he should go to the back and think about how to make this up to her. Zayn started to leave, and then came back and said he’s never done the smart thing, just the right thing. Samoa Joe then came out as Stephanie made a match between Joe and Sami.

1. Samoa Joe defeated Sami Zayn

— Mick Foley said his goodbyes backstage, and was told by Triple H to have a nice day.

— Seth Rollins’ physical therapist provided an update on Rollins’ status. He said Rollins’ rehab is going well but no doctor would clear him for WrestleMania. The fear being if Rollins does indeed compete at WrestleMania, he will be at the doctor’s office the next day.

2. Charlotte Flair defeated Dana Brooke

— “The Highlight Reel” with “the real Kevin Owens”. Jericho revealed a picture of Owens as a teen, wearing a “Y2J” shirt and a Jericho poster on the wall. He then shared Twitter messages where Owens asked Jericho for advice. He said he’s not Owens’ friend, he’s his hero and idol, and  at WrestleMania, Owens will finally realize what he’s gotten himself into. Jericho was about to put Owens on the list when Samoa Joe came out on the ramp, allowing Owens to attack Jericho from behind and nailed him with a pop-up powerbomb. Owens then tore up the list before standing over Jericho. 

3. The Brian Kendrick defeated TJ Perkins.

– After the match, Kendrick called out Akira Tozawa and revealed he his passport. His latest rule was not to leave things lying around.

4. No Disqualification Match: Nia Jax defeated Bayley.

— Michael Cole interviewed Triple H and asked how he felt about Rollins’ diagnosis. Triple H said the fans were to blame, because Rollins started to care about their approval more than about staying in The Authority’s good graces. He ran down the fans and Seth Rollins, and said there is a way for the match to happen even if Rollins’ doctors won’t clear him. Triple H said he’ll draw up a contract for a non-sanctioned match and challenged Rollins to show up next week and sign it.

5. Handicap Match: Sheamus and Cesaro defeated Enzo Amore and Big Cass and The Club.

6. Austin Aries defeated Tony Nese.

7. Roman Reigns fought Braun Strowman

– Roman went a spear on Strowman when the Undertaker’s appeared in the ring between Reigns and Strowman. Undertaker chokeslammed Strowman nut was then speared by Reigns. Reigns walked away and left Undertaker laying in the ring. He then turned around as The Undertaker sat up and stared down Reigns again.

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