WWE Monday Night Raw is live from the CenturyLink Center in Omaha, Nebraska. Tonight’s show starts off with John Cena in action against Raw General Manager Kurt Angle’s son Jason Jordan. Let’s get right to the action now…
WWE Monday Night Raw Viewing Details
Date: Monday, September 4, 2017
Time: 8:00 P.M. EST
TV Channel: USA
Location: CenturyLink Center Omaha, Omaha, NE, US
WWE Monday Night Raw Results
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John Cena vs. Jason Jordan
Before the match, we see a clip of John Cena’s WWE debut against Kurt Angle back in 2002. Cena is an impressive rookie, who kicks the ass of a seasoned veteran. He lost the match, but definitely impressed the Olympic Gold Medalist. Now, Cena returns the favor against Angle’s son…
John Cena starts off this match feeling cocky. Jason Jordan capitalizes off of Cena underestimating him by taking down the 16-time world champion twice. Jordan goes for the pin, but John kicks out. The look on Cena’s face changed. He now knows what he’s up against. Jordan locks Cena’s hips from behind and sends him to the mat with a suplex. Jordman maintains his grip, but Cena fights out. Jordan quickly reverses and sends Cena back down to the mat.
Cena throws Jason Jordan to the mat with a hip toss. But Jordan quickly recovers and traps Cena in another waste-lock. Cena fights out and knocks Jordan down with a big elbow “right to the snout,” says Raw color commentator Booker T.
Super Cena is kicking ass, throwing Jordan across the ring with a superplex. Cena whips Jordan into the turnbuckle and Angle’s son goes crashing to the mat. Cena is in solid control of the match as we go to the commercial break.
Jordan regains control as we return from the commercial break with a huge belly-to-belly suplex. Cena fights out and turns the tide, but Jordan quickly changes the momentum back in his favor. Both men knock each other out. “The playing field is even right now,” says color commentator Corey Graves.
Both men return to their feet and trade shots. Cena drops Jordan and hits him with a Five-Knuckle Shuffle. Cena attempts an Attitude Adjustment, but Jordan slides out and rolls up Cena. 1…2…kick out!
John Cena quickly returns to his senses and locks Jason Jordan into an STFU. Jordan slides out and locks Cena into a crossface submission hold. Cena powers out, lifts Jordan up on his shoulders, but Jordan fights out. Jordan hits two consecutive Northern Light Suplexes, one after the other. Jordan goes for the cover. 1…2….kick out!
Cena and Jordan are jockeying for position. Both men are trading moves, but then outta nowhere Cena hits an Attitude Adjustment.
John Cena defeats Jason Jordan
Post-Match: Cena and Jordan pay their respects. And then…Roman Reigns music hits.
John Cena and Roman Reigns Trash Talking 101
Roman Reigns says that Cena is a “punk ass b*tch.” Reigns says that if Cena was really as good as he claims to be then he wouldn’t have wrestled for over 20 minutes against a rookie. Cena is a “punk ass part-timer” to Reigns.
John Cena fires back and says that this “part-timer” is going to kick of Roman Reigns at No Mercy. But Reigns wants to fight now, and provokes John to start the fight. Cena stands his ground, but doesn’t fight. Reigns still thinks Cena is a punk ass b*tch.
Sheamus & Cesaro vs. Heath Slater & Rhyno
Cesaro is distracted by The Shield sitting at the commentator’s table. Slater capitalizes on this distraction and rolls up Cesaro. “The Swiss Superman” Cesaro quickly turns the tide and levels “The One Man Southern Rock Band” Heath Slater.
Slater is being assaulted left and right. Cesaro and Sheamus double-team. Cesaro grapples Slater down to the mat. But Slater breaks free and tosses Cesaro out of the ring. Cesaro attempts to stop Slater from making the tag. But Heath fires back and cleans Cesaro’s clock.
Rhyno gets the tag and “The Man Beast” goes on the attack. Rhyno dominates both Cesaro and Sheamus. Cesaro tosses Slater out of the ring. Rhyno knocks Cesaro out of the ring, distracting himself with “The Celtic Warrior” in the ring. Sheamus capitalizes on the opportunity and hits Rhyno with a Brogue Kick.
Sheamus & Cesaro defeats Rhyno & Heath Slater
WWE Intercontinental Championship: The Miz (c) vs. Jeff Hardy
Jeff Hardy controls the early going of the match. Hardy sends Miz to the floor. The Miz is reeling to the outside with his Miztourage as we go to the commercial break. When we return from the break, Hardy is about to hit the Swanton Bomb on Miz, but the referee is distracted by The Miztourage. Hardy is knocked off the top rope, and Matt Hardy gets revenge, assaulting both members of the Miztourage.
Jeff and Miz trades moves. Hardy turns the tide and rolls up Miz, but “The Hollywood A-Lister” kicks out. Miz regains control and hits Hardy with a series of YES Kicks.
Hardy changes the momentum once again and attacks Miz in the corner. Hardy runs along the ring apron, and Miz knocks him to the floor hard. Miz rolls Hardy back into the ring and goes for the cover. 1…2…kick out! Miz slaps in the Figure Four Leg Lock immediately. Hardy is racked with pain. Hardy is able to grab the bottom rope, and the hold is broken up. Hardy hits Miz with a jawbreaker and goes for the cover. 1…2…Miz grabs the lower rope. Hardy knocks Miz out of the ring and then launches himself off the steel steps onto The Miz.
Jeff ascends the top rope for a Swanton Bomb. Maryse pokes her husband The Miz, which helps him return to his senses, so he can roll out of the way just in the nick of time. Jeff crashes to the mat and Miz rolls out of the way. Hardy recovers and kicks Miz in the gut. He attempts a Twist of Fate, but Miz counters with a Skull Crushing Finale.
The Miz defeats Jeff Hardy to retain the WWE Intercontinental Championship
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