Here are your quick and dirty, editorial-free WWE Raw results for April 11, 2016. The show featured Shane McMahon in charge yet again, and was headlined by The League of Nations taking on the unlikely team of Bray Wyatt and Roman Reigns.
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WWE Raw Results:
– The show opened with Shane McMahon announcing Sami Zayn vs. AJ Styles for later in the night, with the stipulation that if Zayn wins, he gets added to the WWE World Heavyweight Championship match at Payback. Kevin Owens interrupted and complained, leading to McMahon making Owens vs. Cesaro for the number one contendership to the Intercontinental Championship.
1. Cesaro defeated Kevin Owens. Cesaro countered the pop-up powerbomb and hit a Neutralizer for the win. Cesaro is the new number one contender to the Intercontinental Championship.
2. Tag Team Tournament Match: The Dudley Boyz defeated The Lucha Dragons. Before the match, New Day announced a tournament for the number one contendership to the Tag Team Championship. The Dudleys pinned Sin Cara after a 3-D. After the match, Enzo Amore and Big Cass once again confronted the Dudleys.
– Roman Reigns cut a promo, and was interrupted by the League of Nations. As they started to attack, the Wyatt Family teleported in. Shane McMahon showed up and said he wanted to see Roman and Bray team up, so he announced they’d team up in the main event against the League.
3. WWE Women’s Championship Match: Natalya defeated Charlotte (c) by disqualification. Natalya had Charlotte tapping out in the Sharpshooter, but Ric Flair interfered and got Charlotte disqualified. Dr. Phil sat in at the commentary table for this.
4. Tag Team Tournament Match: The Usos defeated The Social Outcasts (Curtis Axel and Heath Slater). Jimmy Uso pinned Curtis Axel with a rollup. After the match, Bullet Club members Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson attacked the Usos.
5. AJ Styles defeated Sami Zayn. Styles pinned Zayn after a Phenomenal Forearm.
– Chris Jericho tried to interview himself on the Highlight Reel. He was interrupted by Dean Ambrose, who renamed the show the Ambrose Asylum. Jericho and Ambrose exchanged words and Jericho attacked, but Ambrose took him down with Dirty Deeds.
6. Apollo Crews defeated Adam Rose. Crews won with a spin-out powerbomb.
7. Roman Reigns and Bray Wyatt defeated Alberto Del Rio and Sheamus. Reigns speared Sheamus, and Wyatt pinned Del Rio after a Sister Abigail. The show ended with Reigns and Wyatt staring each other down.