Raw featured the continued downfall of Daniel Bryan as WWE World Heavyweight Champion, as well as the latest chapter of the Bray Wyatt-John Cena feud in a book that we’ve already read.
Cena and Wyatt competed in yet another six-man tag team match, this time with Team Cena scoring the victory. At this point, both Cena and Wyatt got everything they could possibly get from their rivalry. Whatever they end up doing at Payback should be their last match for a while.
It’s been some time since "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan had his own segment on Raw, but that’s exactly what happened when he not-so-subtly promoted WWE Legend’s House on the WWE Network. Duggan’s ensuing showdown with Rusev should have been done months ago.
The popular All-American legend being squashed by the anti-American hoss makes for a simple yet effective spot for Rusev. Regardless of what happens between Rusev and Big E, who saved Duggan from said squash, Rusev will garner a huge reaction if he ever gets his hands on Duggan.
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