Here are your quick and dirty, editorial-free WWE Raw results for April 20, 2015. The show featured Seth Rollins vs. Dolph Ziggler, and John Cena defending the United States Championship against Kane.
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WWE Raw Results:
– The show opened with Randy Orton in a steel cage, explaining what he’s going to do to Seth Rollins at Extreme Rules. He promises RKOs all night.
1. Dean Ambrose vs. Luke Harper went to a No Contest. Harper fled the brawl.
2. The New Day defeated The Lucha Dragons. New Day won by count-out thanks to Xavier Woods, who held Sin Cara out of the ring for the 10-count. After the match, Randy Orton attacked the New Day with RKOs.
3. Fandango defeated Curtis Axel. Fandango won by pinfall after a top rope leg drop.
– Triple H returned from vacation to put over Tough Enough and mediate an argument between Seth Rollins and Kane.
4. Naomi defeated Brie Bella. Naomi won with the Rear View.
– Randy Orton attacked Heath Slater backstage and RKO’d him through a table.
– Roman Reigns tried to deliver a promo and was interrupted by Bo Dallas. Reigns Superman Punched and speared him.
5. Sheamus defeated Zack Ryder. Sheamus beat down Ryder instantly. Dolph Ziggler interfered and hit a Zig Zag on Sheamus.
6. United States Championship Match: John Cena (c) defeated Kane. Cena won with an Attitude Adjustment. Later, Rusev attacked Cena backstage and attacked him with a chain.
7. The Miz defeated Damien Mizdow. This was a match for “the Miz brand.” Miz won with a Skull-crushing Finale after Summer Rae turned on Mizdow. After the match, Miz celebrated but was RKO’d by Randy Orton.
– Bray Wyatt talked.
8. Ryback defeated Adam Rose. Ryback won with Shell Shocked. After the match, he Shell Shocked two Rosebuds dressed as a hot dog and a banana.
9. Seth Rollins defeated Dolph Ziggler. Sheamus interfered, distracting Ziggler. Rollins won with his new finish, a DDT. Yep. After the match, Kane showed up to attack Rollins. Rollins lowered the cage to protect himself but found he was locked in with a suddenly-occurring Randy Orton. Orton RKO’d Rollins to end the show.