The New Day def. Seth Rollins & Roman Reigns, Chris Jericho & Kevin Owens
With just a few hours to go before tying Demolition’s all-time Tag Team Title record, The New Day pulled out every last trick in the book to extend their reign as Raw Tag Team Champions.
No, this isn’t a cut-and-paste glitch: Getting sprayed with champagne made an irate Stephanie amenable to some last-minute machinations by Kevin Owens and Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns’ showing in a four-way brawl on “The Rollins Report” meant that ya boys had to defend their titles in yet another Triple Threat Match, this time against aspiring Tag Team Champions Jeri-KO and former Tag Team Champions Rollins & Reigns.
Got all that? Good. The long and short of it is that New Day are still champions by the skin of Francesca II Turbo’s brass skin, all thanks to Rollins. Jeri-KO was a count away from the titles after landing a Pop-up Codebreaker on Woods, until Rollins shoved Owens into Jericho to break up the pinfall, and then Jericho into Owens when the two started to bicker over the contact. Rollins administered a Pedigree to Jericho, then much like their first win of the night, Big E grabbed his ankle while Woods limply draped his arm over Jericho for the pin.
But wait, there was more: While Owens pleaded with Jericho to believe that he didn’t cost them the match on purpose, Reigns made his way to the ring and stared Owens down in preparation for a massive Spear. Seeing what was coming down the pike, Jericho took his leave and more or less left Owens to the mercy of The Big Dog, who ended the show posing with his United States Title and Owens’ WWE Universal Title. End of the line indeed.