8/18 Powell's WWE Raw Live Coverage: Brock Lesnar presented with a new WWE World Heavyweight Championship belt, SummerSlam fallout

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8/18 Powell's WWE Raw Live Coverage: Brock Lesnar presented with a new WWE World Heavyweight Championship belt, SummerSlam fallout
2014-08-18 19:00:51

By Jason Powell

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WWE Raw on the USA Network
Live from Las Vegas, Nevada at the Thomas & Mack Center

[Q1] Raw opened with a video package that focussed on the SummerSlam matches and included the graphics from the pay-per-view event's opening video... Michael Cole, Jerry Lawler, and JBL were on commentary...

Daniel Bryan's music played to open Raw. However, Stephanie McMahon walked out wearing a "Steph, Steph, Steph" t-shirt and doing the Yes! routine while saying her own name instead. Once in the ring, Stephanie thanked the fans for chanting her name when she came out.

Stephanie said they have been monitoring social media and a lot of fans felt that SummerSlam was better than WrestleMania, which actually drew some boos from the crowd. She said one of the reasons is that there is a new World Heavyweight Champion (more boos).

Steph noted that they will be presenting Brock Lesnar with a new title belt. She wished John Cena a speedy recovery and questioned how he could ever recover from the beating he took. She said Chris Jericho has to recover from the lesson in humility that Bray Wyatt gave him, just as Dean Ambrose has to recover from being beaten by Seth Rollins.

"By far, the biggest loser of the night was my opponent, Brie Bella," Stephanie said. She told fans they could relive the show for just $9.99 (fans chanted along). She thanked Triple H for standing by her side and always being faithful "unlike Daniel Bryan." Stephanie said that despite her sweet looking exterior, the only thing Brie really cares about is herself.

Nikki Bella was introduced to give more details on her sister. Nikki walked to the ring to the usual Bellas music and had some trouble with her heel on the ramp. Once in the ring, Nikki hugged Stephanie. Steph said Nikki clearly wasn't herself and said it took a lot for Nikki to stand up to someone who had been abusing her for so long.

Nikki's mic worked for the live crowd, but it wasn't turned up for the television audience initially. She said the Bella Twins were supposed to team together against the world, but Brie has never really been about that. "Brie is so selfish and manipulative," Nikki said. She said Brie always blamed her when they got in trouble as kids and she's always competed with her. Nikki said she's tired of Brie saying she will never be married or have children.

"In all honesty, I won in that situation," she said before taking a shot at "that goat-faced Daniel Bryan." Nikki said she's heart broken over the situation. Nikki said she stands tall on her own two feet. "I can say that I lost a sister, but I never really had one," she said. "Without that burden of Brie around my neck I am free, free, and it feels so damn good."

Brie Bella walked onto the stage and received a favorable reaction. Brie headed to the ring wearing a "Brie Mode" t-shirt and a red skirt. There was a Yes! chant briefly. Once in the ring, Brie told Nikki that they are sisters and she loves her. "You have destroyed our family," she said. Brie said she could still forgive Nikki.

"You could forgive me?" Nikki asked. Nikki slapped Brie and said she would never forgive her. The fans chanted "you sold out" at Nikki as Brie sobbed and left the ring without returning fire. Brie stopped on the stage and looked back at her sister before going backstage... Somber voiced Michael Cole hyped the new title belt and Brock Lesnar for later in the show. Mark Henry and Big Show vs. Luke Harper and Erick Rowan was hyped for after the break...

Powell's POV: If you want to be a McMahon hating conspiracy theorist, then you could claim that Stephanie surrounded herself with bad actresses to make herself stand out even more. Or you could step back into reality and admit that Stephanie shined again, whereas Nikki and Brie were really campy and unbelievable. Nikki was actually better than I thought she'd be, which says a lot about how awful I thought she would be in this role.

[Q2] [C] The previous segment was recapped... The German broadcast team checked in. They were down to two team members rather than four...

1. Luke Harper and Erick Rowan vs. Mark Henry and Big Show. They cut to an early commercial break. [C] Afterward, Cole questioned when the last time Harper was the smallest guy in a match. Harper and Rowan isolated Show and took turns working him over in their corner. Harper hit a superkick on Show for a two count.

[Q3] Rowan bodyslammed Show and covered him for a two count. The broadcast team put the slam over in a big way and it was replayed. Henry tagged in and had Rowan up for a slam, but Harper kicked his partner onto Henry for another two count. Show hit the knockout punch on Harper, then traded blows with Rowan, who stumbled into the World's Strongest Slam...

Mark Henry and Big Show defeated Luke Harper and Erick Rowan in 11:40.

The broadcast team hyped Dolph Ziggler vs. The Miz for the Intercontinental Title, Roman Reigns, Sheamus, and and Rob Van Dam vs. Randy Orton, Ryback, and Curtis Axel in a six-man tag, and a look back at the lumberjack match from SummerSlam... [C]

Powell's POV: A fun match. I'm not crazy about Big Show being bodyslammed in throwaway fashion. Sure, we've seen him slammed before and they did play it up here, but it's not like it will be a talking point going forward as it should be. In other words, it should really pack a punch when Show is slammed. JBL played up the idea that the Uso Brothers should be worried about Show and Henry, so I assume we'll see that match, perhaps as soon as Night of Champions.

A graphic boasted that SummerSlam was the most socially active show on Sunday night and listed several networks that it topped in that regard...

Backstage, The Miz told Dolph Ziggler that he's not worthy and that the IC Title would return home to the A-Lister. Ziggler told Miz he's not an A-Lister, he's an A-hole. Ric Flair walked into the picture and delivered a couple of woooo's...

The broadcast team narrated footage of the lumberjack match and said it was one of the most chaotic they have seen (name one better)...

Backstage, Renee Young interviewed Seth Rollins, who said he didn't run or hide. He said he stood inside Ambrose's "wall of flesh" and proved he's the future WWE World Heavyweight Champion and the entire WWE. Suddenly, Rollins had a bucket of ice water poured onto him. The camera pulled back and showed Ambrose, who said it was for charity. They brawled and were pulled apart by referees and producers... [C]

[Q4] Ambrose threw a fit backstage to Triple H and Kane over the Ambrose attack. Hunter told him to relax and said they were going to have a rematch and he would let the fans decide what type of match. He explained that this way the blood of Ambrose would be on the hands of the fans. "Finish it," Hunter told Rollins...

2. WWE Divas Champion Paige vs. Natalya in a non-title match. Paige skipped to the ring with her title belt. Before the match, Paige took the mic and said she loves and respects A.J. Lee, then dedicated her match to her. Paige was in control of the match when Lee's music played and she skipped around ringside. Natalya used the distraction to roll up Paige for the win...

After the match, Lee said she dedicated her life to Paige and needed to shake her hand right now. Paige ran away, while Lee stared at her and the fans chanted C.M. Punk...

Natalya pinned Paige in a non-title match in 1:40.

Cole hyped the match stipulations for Ambrose vs. Rollins as no holds barred, falls count anywhere, or no disqualification...

Powell's POV: A forgettable followup to the SummerSlam match. I guess the idea is that Lee is going to beat Paige at her own mind games. If nothing else, it looks like we're going to get a rematch between Paige and Lee at Night of Champions.

The broadcast team pimped WWE Network...

Triple H and Stephanie McMahon (now wearing a dress) headed to the ring where the new title belt was covered. Hunter put over SummerSlam, his wife's win, and the "instant classic" main event. Triple H and Stephanie unveiled the new WWE World Heavyweight Title. There were groans more than anything from the live crowd.

[Q5] Hunter introduced Brock Lesnar as the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion. Lesnar and Paul Heyman made their entrance. Cole said there has never been a championship match as one sided as Lesnar's win over Cena. "It wasn't even close," Cole said. JBL said it was the most dominating performance he's seen in a championship match.

Once in the ring, Lesnar shook hands with Triple H, then all four of them posed for pictures while mugging with the title belt. Hunter and Stephanie left the ring, while Heyman and Lesnar stood and admired the title belt. "Ummmm, ladies and gentlemen, my name is Paul Heyman," Heyman started. "And I'm the one behind the one who conquered the one who thought he was the one to beat the one in 21-1."

Heyman said Lesnar didn't just beat or victimize, he conquered the title holder. Heyman said there's a secret that even The Authority doesn't want revealed. "John Cena is not here this evening," Heyman said, which was greeted by some cheers. Heyman said Cena would be there if he could be, but he can't be there because he can't physically appear thanks to Lesnar.

Heyman said he has been in the industry since he was 14 and he's never seen a superstar take an ass kicking like the one Cena took at the hands of Lesnar. Heyman said it's not just any superstar, it's the top superstar of his generation. He said The Rock's reign was legendary and it was three to three-and-a-half years. He said Steve Austin's reigns on top was four or four-and-a-half years.

Heyman said there has been one man on top of WWE for the last ten years and that man is John Cena. Heyman said that he has to give credit because other men would have given up 30 seconds in but not Cena. Heyman said he witnessed the suffering on Cena's face from ringside, and that made him understand why so many fans adore him.

Heyman said Cena kept coming back for more. "When John Cena says never give up, John Cena means never give up," Heyman said. He said Cena earned his respect and if he had time on his hands he would love to make him a Paul Heyman Guy. Heyman said before SummerSlam, Cena would have gone down as the greatest fighting champion in WWE history.

"Unfortunately, my client does not share these opinions," said Heyman. He added that Lesnar turned into a martyr. Heyman boasted that the Undertaker's streak and career, along with Cena and Hustle, Loyalty, and Respect died at the hands of Lesnar. He said anyone who steps into the ring to face Lesnar is just a man, just a challenger. "My client is not a man, my client is a beast who will lay wreckage to any many that tries to take the title away from him."

Heyman said Lesnar imposed his will on Cena. He mentioned "Basic Brockanomics" and said "eat, sleep, suplex, repeat, suplex, repeat, suplex repeat..." He closed by saying Lesnar lives by the words eat, sleep, conquer John Cena...

Powell's POV: There's the weekly phenomenal promo from Heyman. This gloating session was every bit as good as the gloating the night after WrestleMania 30. Awesome. Lesnar and Heyman are just a perfect act. I have a feeling that Heyman could fill an hour with a gloating promo about Lesnar. He is the first person I've seen in my 30-plus years of watching pro wrestling that gives Bobby Heenan a run for greatest manager of all time.

Footage aired of Nikki Bella slapping Brie Bella earlier in the show... The broadcast team hyped the Rollins vs. Ambrose match and the stipulation poll, and the six-man tag match...

[Q6] Dolph Ziggler made his entrance... [C] The Miz made his entrance. By the way, the new WWE logo is in full display on the stage and in the various graphics...

3. Dolph Ziggler vs. The Miz for the Intercontinental Championship. "What is that?" Cole asked regarding Miz's new jacket/robe/whatever. Justin Roberts delivered in-ring introductions for the title match. Dolph leapfrogged Miz and then sold his knee giving out on him. Cole said Ziggler had issues with the same knee at SummerSlam. [C]

Ziggler was still selling the knee. He DDT'd Miz and then went right back to selling. Miz applied the Figure Four. Ziggler reached the ropes to break the hold. He rolled to ringside. Miz went to the ring apron, and Ziggler swept his legs out from under him. Ziggler went after Miz on the apron, but Miz kicked Ziggler's knee and Ziggler fell to the floor and was counted out.

After the match, Miz attacked Ziggler out of frustration over Ziggler retaining the title. Ziggler hit the Zig Zag and went right back to clutching the knee. JBL accused Ziggler of faking the injury...

The Miz defeated Dolph Ziggler by count out in 7:15.

Powell's POV: I thought we might see a title change to put the belt right back on Miz. I assume that's the direction they are going in, but perhaps they will save it for NOC.

[Q7] Backstage, Renee Young interviewed Jack Swagger. They watched highlights of his SummerSlam match against Rusev, and of Rusev kicking Zeb Colter. Swagger said SummerSlam was the opportunity of a lifetime to defend the country he loves and he failed. He said when times are tough, they unite and that's "we the people." He said he is going to pick himself up and come out swinging...

Jack Swagger made his entrance without Zeb Colter. "Where's Zeb?" JBL asked going into the break... [C] Cole hyped Night of Champions and its soda sponsor...

4. Jack Swagger vs. Cesaro. Cole explained that Colter was not with Swagger because Rusev kicked him after the match at SummerSlam. Swagger was still selling the rib injury and had them wrapped. JBL had a mid-match over the top rant. Swagger caught Cesaro in the Patriot Lock while standing on the ring apron. He applied the hold again in the ring, but Cesaro got to the ropes. Cesaro hit the Neutralizer for the win...

Cesaro beat Jack Swagger in 4:40.

After the match, Cesaro mocked Swagger's limp. Bo Dallas made his entrance and delivered a promo on the stage. He said there were 318 million Americans let down at SummerSlam when Swagger lost the flag match to Rusev. Dallas said Swagger lost his manager, all self respect, and his dignity. "But you can get it all back, you can get it all back, you just have to Bolieve"...

[Q8] Backstage, Renee Young interviewed Chris Jericho and asked how he felt after losing to Bray Wyatt. Jericho said that despite facing dozens of Hall of Famers, he realized that he's never faced anyone like Wyatt. He said Wyatt has an emptiness to him and that he is dead inside. Jericho said he has three things that Wyatt will never have: the fire inside him; the fighting spirit that drives him forward; the best fans in WWE history. Jericho got a Y2J chant started and smiled. He said the fans will be behind him no matter what he does and that's something no one can take away from him...

The broadcast team hyped the six-man tag for after the break... [C]

Powell's POV: It was nice to see Cesaro get a rare (these days) victory. It seemed like the type of win that will be avenged rather than the beginning of a push for Cesaro, but we'll see. The post match bit with Bo was fun, but I pretty much feel that way about all of Bo's appearances. Meanwhile, I expected the Jericho segment to be more eventful. It was a good promo, though, as in addition to bonding with his fans he put over the Wyatt character.

Big Show vs. Erick Rowan was advertised for WWE Main Event...

5. Roman Reigns, Sheamus, and Rob Van Dam vs. Randy Orton, Ryback, and Curtis Axel. No televised entrance for Rybaxel because, well, they're Rybaxel. JBL was still venting about Swagger letting down the country as the ring entrances took place. Sheamus performed a rolling senton on Orton, then RVD performed Rolling Thunder. Orton took a powder heading into the break. [C]

[Q9] The crowd chanted Ryback Rules and Feed Me More. Orton tagged in the hometown Ryback to a big pop. He didn't stay in the ring long. Sheamus made a hot tag to Reigns, who performed his signature moves on all three opponents. He backed into the corner and set up to spear Axel, but Orton performed the sidewinder backbreaker.

Reigns tagged in RVD, who had a flurry of offense on Axel that included a split-legged moonsault and a cover that was broke up by Ryback. After a series of finishing moves by various wrestlers, RVD hit the Frogsplash on Axel for the win...

Roman Reigns, Sheamus, and Rob Van Dam beat Randy Orton, Ryback, and Curtis Axel in 11:20.

Powell's POV: A time killing, crowd pleasing six-man tag match. It does not appear as though the Reigns and Orton program is finished.

The broadcast team spoke at ringside and set up recap footage of Dean Ambrose attacking Seth Rollins backstage. Lawler pimped the way too similar match stipulations that fans can vote for... [C]

Orton was shown walking backstage when Ric Flair approached him and wanted to talk to him about Reigns. Orton told him he didn't need his advice. He told Flair to stay out of his way or find out why they used to call him the Legend Killer...

Powell's POV: It was an amazing coincidence that the camera crew just happened to be focussing on Orton for no apparent reason when Flair approached.

In another part of the backstage area, Bray Wyatt delivered a promo about his win over Chris Jericho at SummerSlam. He said he told Jericho this would happen and he is a man of his word. He said Jericho looked in his eyes and saw nothing. Wyatt said he might not have a soul and his place on earth is to collect them. Wyatt said Jericho will never be able to comprehend what he is. "Behold, the new face of salvation," Wyatt said. "Follow the buzzards"...

[Q10] The Uso Brothers made their entrance... [C] A new look graphic (with the same shitty song) boasted that Smackdown was No. 1 on cable on Friday nights for the eleventh straight week... The Bella Twins angle was shown again...

6. WWE Tag Team Champions The Uso Brothers vs. Goldust and Stardust in a non-title match. Late in the match, Stardust was trying to make a tag to his brother, but he was cut off. He ended up rolling up one of the Uso Brothers and pinned him clean...

Goldust and Stardust beat The Uso Brothers in a non-title match in 5:55.

The broadcast team hyped the stipulations for Rollins vs. Ambrose again... [C]

Powell's POV: Now I'm back to suspecting we'll get a big multi-team "get everyone on the show" tag title match at Night of Champions. I'm not sure who the fans were supposed to cheer for in that match. It didn't seem like they knew either, so they just kind of sat there early on. The show is really dragging right now. At least Johnny Manziel is flipping the bird to keep the preseason game, well, as interesting as preseason football can be.

[Q11] Rob Van Dam vs. Randy Orton was advertised for Smackdown...

Rusev and Lana made their entrance and delivered an in-ring promo. Lana said Rusev dedicated his SummerSlam match to Mother Russia and Vladimir Putin. She said Putin is proud of Rusev. Her promo was interrupted by Mark Henry's music. Henry came to the ring and a USA chant started. "Do you hear that?" Henry asked. "That's American pride."

Henry said he's represented his country twice in the Olympics and he never had a problem with anyone's country or flag aside from "the way you two jackasses do it." Henry said it got under his skin to see the Russian flag raised in his country. The USA chants grew louder. Henry told Rusev he's going to give him a guided tour of the Hall of Pain.

Rusev and Henry traded punches. Rusev kicked Henry and sold the ankle injury. Henry performed the World's Strongest Slam on Rusev. Lana looked shocked as Rusev stayed down and the fans chanted USA. Henry hit a running splash on Rusev. Henry's music played to close the segment...

Powell's POV: A good segment. I didn't see Henry's entrance coming so that was a nice surprise. His promo was solid and the intensity of his attack was strong.

The broadcast team pimped WWE Network again. Cole pimped the documentary on the former members of The Shield and their journey to SummerSlam. Footage from the documentary was shown... [C]

John Cena returning to Raw and addressing his loss to Brock Lesnar was advertised for next week's Raw... Lawler revealed that Falls Count Anywhere was voted as the stipulation for Rollins vs. Ambrose...

[Q12] 7. Seth Rollins vs. Dean Ambrose in a Falls Count Anywhere match. Ambrose dropkicked Rollins to ringside and went right after him. They fought into the crowd and up to the stage. Ambrose went for a suplex, but Rollins avoided it. Rollins went for a powerbomb, but Ambrose slipped away. Ambrose suplexed Rollins on the stage and covered him there for a two count.

They fought back to the ring where Ambrose drove a chair into Rollins. The chair was wedged between the ropes and Rollins drove Ambrose into it and covered him for a two count heading into the break. [C] After the break, Rollins had a kendo stick and was in control. Ambrose fought back, but Rollins cut him off. Ambrose did come back with a tornado DDT for a two count at 10:00.

The crowd came to life as Ambrose stood up and looked to them. He went for his finisher, but Rollins dodged it and went for his own finisher, which Ambrose avoided. They both went for cross body blocks simultaneously and collided in the middle of the ring. Ambrose threw a flurry of punches, but Rollins caught him with a kick. Ambrose responded by catapulting Rollins into the corner.

Ambrose grabbed the kendo stick and struck Rollins with it, then used it for a Russian leg sweep to get a two count. Ambrose sat up and smiled despite not getting the pin. Ambrose went to ringside and pulled several chairs out from underneath the ring and threw them inside the ring. Ambrose went for a superplex onto the chairs, but Rollins blocked it, then performed a sunset flip into a powerbomb onto the chairs for a strong near fall.

[Overrun] Kane walked to ringside and took a seat near the broadcast team. Rollins went to ringside and pulled a table out from underneath the ring, which got one of the biggest pops of the match. Rollins brought the table inside the ring. He struck Ambrose with a kendo stick and set up the table. Rollins positioned Ambrose's head on the table and then went to the top rope.

Ambrose recovered and then superplexed Rollins through the table. Kane flashed a great look of shock and concern. Kane climbed onto the ring apron and Ambrose knocked him down to the floor. Ambrose threw Rollins to the floor by Kane, then ran the ropes and suicide dived onto both men. Back inside the ring, Ambrose caught Rollins with a great clothesline and followed up with Dirty Deeds.

Ambrose had the pin, but Kane reached in and pulled Ambrose to ringside. Kane roughed up Ambrose briefly, but Ambrose fought him off. Rollins charged at Ambrose, who backdropped him over the barricade. Ambrose ran across the table and leapt onto Rollins. They took the fight back to ringside and the fans chanted "this is awesome."

Ambrose took the broadcast team's table apart and then set Rollins on it. Ambrose looked to the crowd and got a strong reaction. Ambrose set up for his finisher on the table, but Kane reached up and grabbed him by the throat. Kane chokeslammed Ambrose onto the table. Rollins hit the Curb Stomp on Ambrose on the table.

Kane pulled the cover off of something at ringside and revealed it to be a bunch of cinderblocks. Rollins then performed the Curb Stomp and drove the face of Ambrose into the blocks. Cole said they needed help at ringside. The referee called for the bell and told Rollins that he went too far. The fans booed. Rollins was announced as the winner.

Seth Rollins beat Dean Ambrose via ref stoppage in 20:20.

After the match, Rolins went to the top of the broadcast team's table and celebrated. Trainers ran out to help Ambrose. Rollins and Kane celebrated together as the broadcast team narrated various highlight clips from the match.

Powell's POV: Damn! A great brawl to close the show. It was really cool to see WWE go with Rollins and Ambrose in the Raw main event slot. They obviously recognize that they have something hot and I am very curious to know how that match drew compared to a typical Raw main event. The angle with Rollins putting Ambrose's head through the blocks was cool, and I really liked that they took the time to announce a winner to the match.

Overall, the main event saved the second half of the show. Take that away and you have to go back to the Heyman promo for a segment that felt like a memorable followup to SummerSlam. This was not the red hot show I hoped for coming off the great SummerSlam show, but it had it's moments. I thought we might see them set up the NOC main event while Lesnar was in the building, but they are obviously saving that for another week. Thanks for watching along with me tonight. Join us for Prowrestling.net Live and don't forget to take advantage of our membership sale, which expires mid-week.

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