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Mp4 Video : WWE Monday Night Raw 9/5/2016 Highlights

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Here are your quick and dirty, editorial-free WWE Raw results for September 5, 2016. The episode was the first chapter of the Owens Era, as the Universal Champion established a new status quo.

Be back here tomorrow for the full Best and Worst of Raw column.

— After a video package recapping last week’s Universal Championship match, Raw opens with backstage footage taped “earlier today” of Mick Foley confronting Stephanie McMahon about Triple H’s actions. She insists she was embarrassed by Triple H and had no idea what he was going to do.

— Mick and Stephanie welcome Kevin Owens to the ring. He says he did 98 percent of the work and all Triple H did was make things right and put him where he belongs. He declares Raw the Kevin Owens Show. Seth Rollins comes out and yells at Stephanie. She again pleads ignorance and Owens and Rollins trade barbs. Rollins finally snaps and throws hands at Owens. Stephanie tries to indefinitely suspend Rollins, but Foley stops her. He says Rollins will face Owens for the Universal Championship at Clash of Champions in three weeks.

— Backstage, Owens gets in Foley’s face again. Foley puts him in a match against Sami Zayn tonight. Chris Jericho joins Owens in protest and Foley puts Jericho in a match against Rollins tonight.

1. Bayley defeated Charlotte. This was a non-title match. Bayley connected with the Bayley-To-Belly for the pin after Charlotte collided with Dana Brooke at ringside.

2. Bo Dallas defeated Kyle Roberts. Dallas won a short squash match with his new finisher, which is a version of the Cross Rhodes.

3. Seth Rollins defeated Chris Jericho. Owens was backstage watching on a monitor. Rollins got the pin after a Pedigree.

4. Best of Seven Series: Sheamus defeated Cesaro. Sheamus took advantage of Cesaro’s injured back and dominated the match, then hit a Brogue Kick to go up 3-0 in the series.

5. The Shining Stars defeated Enzo Amore and Big Cass. The Shining Stars took advantage of legal man confusion and rolled Enzo up with a handful of tights for the pin.

6. Nia Jax defeated Ann Esposito. Esposito is a Kansas City area friend of Alicia Fox’s. Jax won the match via pinfall following her powerslam finisher.

— Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson brought out “The Old Day,” a future version of The New Day. The New Day appeared and chased off Gallows and Anderson, then beat up The Old Day.

7. Darren Young defeated Jinder Mahal. Titus O’Neil sat in on commentary for this match and attempted to distract Young at the end, but Young hit the Gut Check to get the pin on Mahal. Young attacked O’Neil after the match.

— Alicia Fox and Nia Jax had a confrontation backstage.

8. Braun Strowman defeated Sin Cara. This was Braun Strowman’s first match against a full-time Superstar since the draft and was made at the request of Sin Cara. Strowman won the match by countout, then beat down Sin Cara more on the outside after the match.

— Sasha Banks returned to Raw for the first time since SummerSlam. She said she got some bad news from some doctors, but she was interrupted by Dana Brooke. Dana said she was going to end Banks’ journey, but Sasha hit her with the Backstabber and the Banks Statement. Sasha clarified the bad news was for Charlotte, because she’s taking her title back at Clash of Champions.

9. Kevin Owens defeated Sami Zayn. Zayn’s Helluva Kick got cut off by an Owens superkick, then Owens hit a powerbomb to get the pin.

— After the match, Reigns came out to the ring. Mick Foley came out and said that if Reigns can beat Owens in a one-on-one match next week, Reigns will be added to the title match at Clash of Champions.

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