WWE News: What happened after WWE Raw, 26th September 2016 went off the air
Check out what happened after WWE RAW went off the air
WWE posted this video of Rusev going absolutely crazy backstage after he failed to win his United States Championship belt back from Roman Reigns, who won it from him only the night before at Clash of Champions. He can be seen flipping out backstage in a hallway where he throws steel chairs around while being followed by the camera man and with Lana close behind.
With the United States Championship out of his hands, WWE will probably choose to continue his feud with Roman Reigns for now and the audience doesn’t seem to mind not having Roman Reigns in the main title picture.
WWE Tag Team Champion Kofi Kingston suffered an injury to his head during the New Day’s match last night with The Club comprised of Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson. Although it was reported that the Superstar wasn’t hurt too badly, Kofi Kingston still received 9 stitches to close the wound on the right part of his forehead which was revealed by the Instagram post that he made later that night.
The New Day have held the WWE Tag Team Championship for about 400 days at the time of writing this and although there were rumors of them losing the title to fresh stable The Club, it looks unlikely that the New Day will lose their title anytime soon.
Cedric Alexander and Rich Swann went on record during the taping of RAW’s Fallout to say that it had been a “dream come true” for them to perform in the WWE ring and defeat fellow Cruiserweight Superstars Lince Dorado and Drew Gulak. Cedric mentioned that he and Swann started their careers together and that he now feels like they are “on top of the world” and that they will ”party all night long”
49% of the viewers of last night’s RAW gave it a thumbs up on the twitter poll by @WWE whereas usually, the number of up-votes is more than 50%. It was previously speculated that RAW would be losing viewers to the Trump-Clinton debate airing at the same time but it now seems that the show wasn’t that well received.
— WWE (@WWE) September 27, 2016