Here are your quick and dirty, editorial-free WWE Raw results for September 1, 2014. The Labor Day edition of the show featured a six-man tag team main event and a heaping helping of Bella Twins drama.
Be back here tomorrow for the Best and Worst of WWE Raw column.
WWE Raw results:
- The show opened with a 17-minute segment to set up a six-man tag for later in the night. It was supposed to be a Highlight Reel with Randy Orton as the special guest.
1. The Miz and Cesaro defeated Dolph Ziggler and Sheamus. Damien Sandow entered the match as Miz’s stunt double, distracting Ziggler and allowing Miz to hit him with the Skull-crushing Finale.
- A series of “growing up Bella” promos aired, with Nikki Bella explaining how Brie has been awful to her throughout their lives.
2. A Divas six-woman tag team match happened. This was an excuse for the announce team to talk about Total Divas season 3. Nothing happened and the match just sorta ended with everyone fighting.
3. Mark Henry and The Big Show defeated The Wyatt Family. Henry and Show won by disqualification when Rusev interfered and kicked Henry.
4. Jack Swagger defeated Curtis Axel. Swagger won by submission with the Patriot Lock. After the match, Bo Dallas brought out a panel of people who’d been negatively affected by Swagger’s loss to Rusev at SummerSlam.
5. Adam Rose defeated Titus O’Neil. Titus was distracted by Heath Slater fighting the Rosebud Bunny, allowing Rose to roll up him and pin him.
6. Rusev defeated Zack Ryder. Rusev won a quick match by submission with The Accolade. After the match, Mark Henry showed up and threatened to induct Rusev into the international wing of the Hall of Pain.
- Stephanie McMahon granted Nikki Bella a Divas title shot. This brought out Brie, AJ Lee and Paige. Nikki told Brie that if she really loved her she’d quit and never show up again. Brie smacked Nikki and knocked her into Paige, and AJ and Stephanie got in each others’ faces.
7. Goldust defeated Jey Uso. Goldust won with the Final Cut. After the match, Goldust and Stardust once again attacked the Usos, hitting Jey in the leg with a chair.
8. John Cena, Roman Reigns and Chris Jericho defeated Kane, Randy Orton and Seth Rollins. Reigns speared Kane to get the win for his team.