Sin Cara vs. Bo Dallas
When we return from commercial, we see Sin Cara standing in the ring. JBL returns to the commentary table after the attack he suffered at the hands of Luke Harper and The Wyatt Family earlier in the show. Out next is Bo Dallas, who is making his RAW debut in a rematch from SmackDown against Sin Cara.
The bell rings and here we go. Dallas gets the upper-hand early on, including executing some high spots from the top-rope to the floor on Sin Cara.
Sin Cara starts fighting back, trying to make his comeback, but Dallas ultumately cuts him off. Dallas hits Sin Cara with his Bo-Dog finisher for the 1-2-3. After the match, Dallas cuts a quick “Bo-Lieve” promo.
Winner: Bo Dallas
Stephanie McMahon Gives Daniel Bryan An Ultimatim
Steph introduces Bryan. Bryan comes to the ring and the fans break out in a loud, passionate “Yes!” chant. Bryan talks about the WWE World Heavyweight Championship situation, ultimately refusing to relinquish the belts.
After Bryan refuses, Stephanie gets angry. She shows video of Brie Bella pushing her a few weeks ago and then informs Bryan that at Payback this Sunday, either he surrenders the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, or Brie will be fired. We head to another commercial break.
Alicia Fox vs. Emma
When we return from commercial, Alicia Fox makes her way to the ring as Michael Cole brings us up to speed on what was announced during the RAW pre-show tonight, which is that Fox will be challenging Paige for the WWE Divas Championship at Payback this Sunday. Out next is Emma.
The bell rings and here we go. The announcers babble a bunch about how Fox has gone on a rampage the last few weeks, stealing JBL’s cowboy hat and Jerry Lawler’s crown. Meanwhile, Fox dominates the action in the ring.
Fox bullies Emma into the corner, slaps her in the face a few times, to which Emma responds with a big bitch-slap to Fox of her own. Fox goes to nail her with a big boot, but Emma moves, rolls Fox up and scores the 1-2-3. Emma wins. After the match, Alicia Fox beats up Emma in the ring and then throws another hissy fit outside the ring, ringing the hell out of the bell, smacking around the timekeeper, and a bunch of other stuff.
“Davey Crockett” vs. Adam Rose
When we return from commercial, we see Davey Crockett introduced to the ring. Crockett is actually Damien Sandow. Out next, accompanied by his “Rosebuds,” is the anti-lemon, Adam Rose. It’s time for some more one-on-one action here on WWE RAW.
The bell rings and both guys immediately go at it. “Crockett” gets a bit of an upper-hand early on, but Rose ultimately takes over. Out of nowhere, Jack Swagger’s theme music hits. Swagger and Zeb Colter come out and try to distract Rose, but Rose ends up scoring the pin seconds later anyway. After the match, Rose and Swagger have a big, extended brawl. We head to commercial.
Winner: Adam Rose
Sheamus vs. Alberto Del Rio
When we return from commercial, the WWE United States Champion Sheamus is introduced. After some video packages from SmackDown and earlier tonight on RAW, both of which helped recap the ongoing feud between Sheamus and Cesaro, the U.S. champ’s opponent for tonight, Alberto Del Rio, is introduced.
The bell rings and here we go. Sheamus takes the early offensive lead, eventually blasting Del Rio with the ten forearms to the chest spot. We head to a mid-match commercial.
When we return from commercial, Del Rio is firmly in control of the match. We see some highlights from the commercial break, courtesy of the WWE App, that shows Del Rio dominating “The Celtic Warrior.”
Sheamus turns the tide by hitting Del Rio with his White Noise semi-finisher. Del Rio blasts Sheamus with a big kick to the head in response, which later results in Sheamus selling it like he suffered a concussion. Ultimately, however, Sheamus blasts Del Rio with a Brogue Kick for the 1-2-3.