WWE Raw on-site report: Seth Rollins faced “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt after the show went off the air

By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

Dot Net reader Jeffrey Peter attended Monday’s WWE Raw in Denver, Colorado at Pepsi Center and sent the following report.

Seth Rollins beat “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt by DQ in the post Raw main event. The match lasted three minutes. The Fiend put the Mandible Claw on Seth Rollins in the corner. As the referee was counting to five, The Fiend turned around and put the Mandible Claw on the referee, who escaped by falling down and rolling out of the ring. The referee called for the bell and disqualified The Fiend.

The post match was a back and forth with Seth getting five Curb Stomps on the Fiend. Seth sat a chair up and laid The Fiend’s head through it and grabbed another chair like he was going to guillotine The Fiend’s head, but the Fiend jumped up and gave Seth the Mandible Claw again. The lights and the weird Fiend sounds started. The Fiend disappeared from the ring and reappeared at the entrance and the show was over.

The Pepsi Center was completely full and looked to be sold out on the first two levels. A very good crowd. The fans cheered Mojo Rawley when he came out for WWE Main Event and then booed him later. The crowd couldn’t decide whether to cheer or boo Seth Rollins, but The Fiend got the loudest cheers of the night. I still do not understand it.

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