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WWE Raw Results 26th September 2016, live updates

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Updated: 27 September 2016 08:46 IST - Published: 26 September 2016 23:30 IST
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For now, this is 'IT'. 

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Curtains draw on yet another enthralling episode of WWE Raw, with at least 2-title matches scheduled for next week. It was a pleasure to have you follow our live commentary, do join us for live updates and results of WWE SmackDown tomorrow.

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Chris Jericho and Kevin Owens vs. Enzo Amore and Big Cass

Jericho and Amore kick things off in the middle of the ring. Jericho has the momentum in the early exchanges before Amore nails a dropkick.

Jericho then tags in KO, who wants Cass in the middle of the ring and he is granted that as Enzo tags his partner in. KO starts assaulting Cass, before the 7 feet plus Cass shows his brute strength.

Cass then throws out KO, before doing the same to Jericho. Cass is dominating the match by nailing the sidewalk slam on Jericho and KO.

Y2J uses his street smartness to evade a high boot from Cass as KO also knocks him down with a kick to the face.

We cut to commercials.

Back from the break and KO and Cass are seen working on each other.

Cass looks to tag in his partner and succeeds, while KO hot-tags Jericho. A Certified G and A Bona-Fide Stud then starts unloading on Y2J. He then goes up top and nails a crossbody, only after doing the Dab.

Enzo is distracted by KO allowing Jericho the opportunity to roll him up for a near fall.

Y2J and KO then double team against Amore before KO mocks A Certified G and A Bona-Fide Stud on the apron, copying his dance move.

Jericho then tags in KO, who works on Amore. KO and Jericho then trash talk A Certified G and A Bona-Fide Stud.

KO then tags in Jericho, who nails the Vertical Suplex before hitting a kick to the mid-section.

Jericho then takes Enzo to the top rope, but A Certified G and A Bona-Fide Stud fights back and tries to hit the crossbody but is hit by a dropkick by Y2J.

KO is then tagged in and he hits the Scoop Slam followed by a Senton Drop on Enzo. Owens then stands on the fingers of Enzo before tagging in his 'best friend'.

Jericho trash talks Enzo and tries to pin him, to no avail. Enzo tries to fight back but is hit by a clothesline. Enzo put his knees up and hot-tags Big Cass, while Jericho tags in his partner.

Cass goes berserk in the miiddle of the ring and takes out both KO and Y2J. Jericho, who went to the top rope, was welcomed by a Big Boot to the face.

He hit the Empire Elbow drop on KO.

KO fights back with a Superkick followed by a Cannonball. Jericho then enters the ring and lands a couple of slaps on Cass before being taken out by the monster.

Enzo pins KO for a 2-count. The WWE Universal Champion hits A Certified G and A Bona-Fide Stud with a clothesline followed by the Pop-Up Powerbomb for the win. With that the 'Best Friends' match comes to a conclusion.

Result: Kevin Owens and Chris Jericho beat Enzo Amore and Big Cass via pinfall

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Chris Jericho's Highlight Reel with Kevin Owens


Jericho is seen making his way to the ring. Last week, Jericho mocked the friendship between celebrity duo of Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson - who appear on That 70's Show. The duo responded by teasing an appearance on next week's Raw. They also added that the friendship between Jericho and Owens is not real.

Jericho, who is in the middle of the ring, is infuriated by the remarks of the celebrity duo and added them to his list. He adds that even Seth Rollins is on the list. Y2J adds that he has been in the WWE for 17 years and he has never been injured and Rollins - who has been here for some one and a half years - is injured again.

He then welcomes tonight's special guest and his dear friend Kevin Owens to the ring.

The duo first discuss the 65 inch TV present for the Highlight Reel.

KO then adds that he did not come in a suit, because a city like Cincinnati - which spawned a lunatic like Dean Ambrose - does not require a suit.

He adds that he proved last night that he is what he says he is. He then takes credit for injuring Seth Rollins.

KO then adds that Rollins has been reckless and has been responsible for injuries to John Cena, Sting and Finn Balor. The Champion then adds that Rollins may have been the most dangerous man in the WWE, but now it is KO who is the most dangerous man.

Seth Rollins' music hits and he starts to make his way to the ring, only to be interrupted by Mick Foley and security guards.

KO then cuts a promo about how he broke Rollins in half.

As Rollins and Foley make their way back to the locker room, Enzo and Cass' music hits and the duo make their way to the ramp.

Enzo cuts a promo before Jericho interrupts and adds that the duo have been added to the list.

However, Y2J makes a mistake in noting down the name of Enzo Amore and Big Cass and KO points that out.

The Ayatollah of Rock 'n' Rolla is then mocked by Cass, before Y2J says that if Cass was Santa Claus, he will come and sit on his lap.

The two pair then discuss whether Y2J actually said what he said, with Jericho denying that he ever said that. Cass then validated his argument by asking the crowd whether Y2J said it.

KO then asks them to leave ringside as they don't have a match scheduled, to which Cass responds by adding that on their way to the ring, Raw GM Mick Foley informed them that they do have a match against Chris Jericho and Kevin Owens and it is up next.

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Up Next: Chris Jericho's Highlight Reel with special guest and WWE Universal Champion, Kevin Owens.

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TJ Perkins vs. Tony Nese


TJ makes his Raw debut tonight.  Perkins makes his way to the middle of the ring followed by Nese.

Update: Brian Kendrick has been granted a rematch for the WWE Cruiserweight Championship against Perkins on next week's Raw.

Nese took part in the Cruiserweight Classic and was eliminated by Perkins.

Nese has all the momentum at the start of the match and looks o be on a mission. Perkins fights back and locks his opponent in the Knee Bar.

Tese fights back and goes over the top rope to take out the champion, before rolling him for a 2-count.

We go to commercials.

Back from the break and Perkins has the momentum as he locks Nese, but he powers out of it.

During the break, Nese landed a Superkick on the Cruiserweight Champion.

Nese is seen working on the champion, but Perkins fights back with the Inverted Atomic Drop.

Chants of CM Punk breaks out in the arena.

Perkins then nails the Gut-buster and pins his opponent for a 2-count. He then goes to the top-rope but is welcomed by a slap from Nese.

Perkins goes for the Tornado DDT, but is stopped midway and Nese gets the upper hand and aims for the Pumphandle slam.

The champion hits a flying dropkick from the top rope before locking Nese in the Knee Bar. Nese taps out and Perkins records his first-ever Raw win.

Result: TJ Perkins beats Tony Nese via submission

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Later tonight, Kevin Owens will appear as a special guest on his friend, Chris Jericho's Highlight Reel.

And we cut to backstage, where it is none other than the injured Seth Rollins. Let me remind you, Rollins injured his ribs in the match against Owens last night and is not medically cleared to compete tonight.

We cut to commercials.

Back from the break and Rollins is interrupted by Foley. Rollins insists that nothing will stop him from interrupting the Highlight Reel as Foley tries to talk some sense into him.

Rollins insists that he sees Foley's lips moving but all he listen to is Stephanie's words.

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Up Next it is Charlotte and Dana Brooke celebrating in front of the capacity crowd in the US Bank Arena.

Charlotte successfully defended her title in a triple-threat match against Sasha Banks and Charlotte at Clash of Champions last night, albeit with some help from Brooke.

Charlotte's music hits and boos ring around the arena.

Charlotte starts with stating that Clash of Champions was once again her night. She insists that she is the Queen of WWE's women's division.

She adds that the difference between her and Bayley and her and Sasha is that - she not only Talks the Talk, but also Walks the Walk.

She adds that she is not the huggable Bayley or the internet sensation Sasha Banks, but she is the money-maker and the Queen.

The Boss' music hits and Sasha makes her way to the ring.

Sasha insists that the title is still hers and she wants it back. She adds that Charlotte beat Bayley to retain the title and not her and she still has her one-on-one match due.

She wants the title shot now.

Charlotte first teases that she accepts Sasha's invitation before adding that she would put her title on the line against Sasha next week.

After some more trash talking, Sasha slaps Charlotte right across the face, before locking Brooke in the Banks Statement.

Charlotte breaks it, but the Boss throws both of them out of the ring.

Update: Raw GM Mick Foley has made next week's title match between Charlotte and Sasha Banks official.

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The Raw debut of WWE Cruiserweight Champion, TJ Perkins is scheduled for tonight.

Perkins beat Brian Kendrick at Clash of Champions to retain his Championship for the first time. We cut to backstage and Tom Phillips introduces the Cruiserweight Champion to Raw, before asking him how it feels to make his Raw debut. But the champion is interrupted by Kendrick and the two cut a promo - hinting that Kendrick will again be challenging for the Cruiserweight Championship sometime soon.

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Sheamus and Cesaro vs. Willis Willams and Nick Cutler

Sheamus and Cesaro are seen making their way to the ring, both competing to be the one ahead of the other.

First it is the Swiss Superman, whose music hits and as Cesaro is seen tearing apart his suit for the second time tonight, Sheamus' music hits to the shock of the Swiss and the Celtic Warrior advances.

Cesaro and Cuttler kick off things with the Swiss showing off his strength to his partner. After some work, the Swiss tags in his partner and the Celtic warrior is forced to make his way to the mat.

The dynamic duo annihilate their opponents in the middle of the ring before Cesaro pins one of them for the win.

The two are then seen competing while celebrating on either sides.

Result: Sheamus and Cesaro beat Willis Williams and Nick Cutler via pinfall

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Rich Swann and Cedric Alexander vs Lince Dorado and Drew Gulak


It's time for the cruiserweights  to take centre stage. The team of Swann and Alexander go up against Dorado and Gulak in what is expected to be a fast-paced encounter.

All the competitors have made their way to the ring and the match is underway after the customary show of sportsmanship. Dorado and Swann kick off the match with some quick counters and a hurricanerana each. Dorado slams Swann face first into the mat with a facebuster, but Swann smacks Dorado in the face.

Swann rolls out of the ring with Gulak and Cedric going at it by ringside. Dorado takes the opportunity to show off his aerial ability with a moon sault on all three men on the outside. We cut to commercial.

We're back from the commercial break and Gulak is wearing down Swann with a chin lock. Gulak tags Dorado in, who continues the onslaught. Swann creates some separation after he moves out of Dorado's missile dropkick in the corner.

Swann tags Cedric Alexander, while Dorado tags Gulak in. Cedric Alexander is feeling the momentum as he goes on to unleash a barrage of kicks on Gulak. Dorado is tagged in and is taken down with an insane back suplex double knee backbreaker courtesy of Cedric. Swann tagged in next, who comes in and connects with the Rich kick on Dorado, follows it up with a pinfall with a bridge. 1-2-3!

Rich Swann and Cedric Alexander def. Drew Gulak and Lince Dorado

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Mick Foley is seen backstage arguing with Stephanie McMahon.

Foley accuses Stephanie of helping Owens retain his title last night at Clash of Champions.. Stephanie loses it, and blasts Foley. She asks him if he wants to continue as the GM of Raw or wants to be an ambassador.

In case you missed it, after Clash of Champions Stephanie was received by her husband Triple H in a limousine, which teased the theory that it was the two who worked together to help Owens retain his title.

However, Steph insists that Hunter was there just to pick him up and the two didn't have anything planned against Rollins.

She then asks Foley to do his job and protect Rollins tonight, as he is not cleared to compete in the ring tonight.

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Bayley vs. Anna Fields

A squash match for Bayley?

The rookie starts unloading on Bayley but she fights back. The match is short-lived as Bayley lands the Bayley-to-Belly on Anna, before pinning her for the win.

Result: Bayley beats Anna Fields via pinfall

After the match, Bayley is asked about last night's match against Charlotte and Sasha Banks. She vows to come back stronger.

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Meanwhile, Foley and Cesaro are backstage and the Raw GM has just reiterated that he cannot risk losing a supreme competitor like Cesaro. But, why was this segment aired. Is it a sign of things to come? Is Cesaro on his way to SmackDown?

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Update: Seth Rollins has injured two of his ribs in last night's match against Kevin Owens for the WWE Universal Championship and has not been cleared by the medical team to compete tonight.

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