WWE Raw Results 2/6/17

Here are your quick and dirty, editorial-free WWE Raw results for February 6, 2017. Monday’s episode featured the latest return of Goldberg, an update on Seth Rollins, and a contract signing for Samoa Joe.

Be back here tomorrow for the full Best and Worst of Raw column.

WWE Raw Results:

— The show opened with a recap of the Triple H/Seth Rollins feud and the Samoa Joe attack from last week. Then Mick Foley and Stephanie McMahon invited Samoa Joe to the ring to sign a Raw contract, and Foley was not happy about it. Joe signed his contract and then put the entire roster on notice, saying he would destroy everyone’s heroes. Roman Reigns came to the ring and told Joe he should try to threaten him. Foley made a match between Joe and Reigns tonight.

1. Nia Jax defeated Bayley. Bayley looked to have the match won by countout, but Charlotte Flair ran to the ring to interrupt the count. Bayley drove Charlotte off, but Nia recovered and hit a Samoan Drop for the pin.

2. Handicap Match: Braun Strowman defeated local talents. Strowman fought four men by himself, but had no problem doing so. One of his opponents ran away, and he hit the running powerslam and piled up his other three opponents and pinned them all at once.

— After the match, Strowman grabbed the microphone and again challenged Foley for tougher competition. He went backstage and found Foley and said he wants everyone. Foley made a match between Strowman and Reigns at Fastlane.

3. Akira Tozawa defeated Drew Gulak. This was Tozawa’s Raw debut. He hit a snap German suplex to get the pin on Gulak.

— Kevin Owens and Chris Jericho came to the ring. Jericho suggested the Universal Championship match at WrestleMania should be a title vs. title match between the two of them. Owens said he didn’t know whether he could fight his best friend. Goldberg then came out and challenged them to step aside, or take him on, 2-on-1, right now. They stepped aside.

Goldberg responded to Paul Heyman and Brock Lesnar’s challenge from last week and accepted their match against Lesnar at WrestleMania 33. Owens applauded the announcement, then Goldberg challenged Owens to a championship match at Fastlane. Jericho started to object, but then Goldberg put his own name on the List of Jericho. Goldberg stared Jericho down until he accepted the Universal Championship match at Fastlane on Owens’ behalf.

4. Raw Championship Match: The Club (c) defeated Cesaro and Sheamus. Big Cass and Enzo Amore were at ringside for the match. When the action spilled to the outside, Enzo kicked Luke Gallows, forcing the referee to call for the disqualification and award the match to The Club.

5. The New Day defeated The Shining Stars. The New Day was able to hit the Midnight Hour double-team finisher for the pinfall victory.

— The Rock ‘n’ Roll Express were announced as the newest inductees into the WWE Hall of Fame.

6. United States Championship Match: Chris Jericho (c) defeated Sami Zayn. When the referee’s back was turned, Kevin Owens hit Zayn with a superkick, allowing Jericho to hit a Codebreaker and get the pin to retain his title.

— Austin Aries interviewed Neville in the ring and let him know that on Tuesday night’s 205 Live, there would be a Fatal Five-Way match to determine a new No. 1 contender. Aries asked Neville which of the competitors he was most afraid of. Neville said that all of them will bend their knee to the King of the Cruiserweights. Slowly, all five participants came to the ring: Cedric Alexander, Noam Dar, Jack Gallagher, Tony Nese, and TJ Perkins. Aries kept voicing his displeasure at the interruptions. The interview broke down into a six-way brawl. Cedric took out the other four challengers with a dive, and Neville posed in the ring with his championship.

7. Jack Gallagher, TJ Perkins and Cedric Alexander defeated Neville, Noam Dar and Tony Nese. Neville refused to accept a tag from Dar, and left with his title. Cedric hit Dar with the Lumbar Check and scored the pinfall.

8. Samoa Joe defeated Roman Reigns. Reigns was about to go to for the spear when Braun Strowman came to the ring. Reigns hit Strowman with a Superman Punch, but Joe then hit Reigns with an enzuigiri and then a uranage to get the pin.

— After the match, Strowman continued to beat down Reigns, hitting him with the running powerslam and then attacking him with the ring steps on the outside of the ring. He drove Reigns through the ringside barricade with another running powerslam and posed over Reigns as the show went off the air.