WWE Raw Results 9/7/15

Here are your quick and dirty, editorial-free WWE Raw results for the September 7, 2015, episode. The show was headlined by WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins pulling double-duty, wrestling Intercontinental Champion Ryback and teaming with The New Day to take on The Prime Time Players and John Cena.

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

WWE Raw results:

– The show opened with Seth Rollins announcing that he’s “the man” and demanding that Sting return his bronze statue. Triple H puts him in two matches for Raw: a “champion vs. champion” match vs. Ryback, and a tag team match teaming Rollins with The New Day against John Cena and The Prime Time Players.

1. Sasha Banks defeated Paige. Tamina and Naomi caused a distraction, allowing Banks to get a rollup and win.

2. Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose defeated The Ascension. Reigns speared Konnor and Ambrose hit Dirty Deeds on Viktor for the pinfall victory. After the match, the Wyatt Family appeared on the TitanTron and threatened Reigns and Ambrose.

3. Ryback defeated Seth Rollins. Sting appeared on the TitanTron, distracting Rollins and allowing Ryback to roll him up. After the match, Sting put a mask on the Seth Rollins statue.

– Edge and Christian made a cameo, getting into a trombone vs. kazoo battle with The New Day. The Dudley Boyz showed up and scared New Day away.

– Summer Rae begged for forgiveness from Rusev. Rusev forgave her, but was interrupted by Dolph Ziggler. Ziggler superkicked Rusev as a “message” from Lana.

4. Randy Orton defeated Sheamus. Orton won with an RKO. After the match, the Wyatt Family attacked Orton, and Braun Strowman choked him out.

5. The Miz vs. Cesaro ended in a double count-out. Big Show chased Miz around the ring, leading to a double count-out. Miz fled into the crowd, so Show knocked out Cesaro.

– PCB confronted Team Bella in the ring, and Charlotte announced that she’s taking her Divas Championship shot on next week’s Raw to prevent Nikki Bella from breaking AJ Lee’s record for longest reign.

6. John Cena and The Prime Time Players defeated Seth Rollins and The New Day. Xavier Woods played trombone at ringside, as usual. Cena and the PTP get the win after an Attitude Adjustment on Kofi Kingston. After the match, Sting appeared on the TitanTron again and crushed Seth Rollins’ statue in the back of a garbage truck.