Goldberg! Goldberg! Goldberg! This week’s RAW was all about the return of the decade and without a doubt, it was the biggest selling point of the show. This is not to undermine the other storylines on RAW, but the return was just a goosebump-inducing moment.
Apart from that there were some decent matches and segments that shaped up existing Hell In A Cell feuds. So here are the results and highlights for this week’s historic RAW:
Kevin Owens opened the show, accompanied to the ring by his 'best friend' Chris Jericho. We got a recap of what happened to close out the show last week, with Kevin Owens is shown bailing on Jericho, as Michael Cole plugged the HIAC encounter between him and Seth Rollins in two weeks.
Owens claimed that Foley has a personal vendetta against him, for 'forcing' him to defend the WWE Universal Championship against Rollins at the PPV. Jericho chipped in saying that he should have been in the match, to make it a triple threat.
He reminded us of the time when he beat The Rock and Stone Cold on the same night, and claimed that the only reason why he lost to Rollins last week was due to suspect officiating.
Rollins has had enough of this bravado and makes his way out to confront the duo. He asked Jericho to enter his friendship with Kevin Owens on the list, saying that he stood by for two weeks in a row and watched him eat a pedigree. Chris Jericho said there is a reason why he is the 'GOAT', and claimed that he can beat Rollins whenever he wants. Rollins challenged him to a match then and there, but asked what is to become of Kevin Owens.
Owens wanted to stay at ringside, but Jericho says he has it covered. Owens left as Rollins and Jericho were ready to kick off the night's in-ring action with a match.