WWE RAW Results (9/2) – HHH Forces Show To Fight Bryan, Fires Cody Rhodes, Punk Promises To Break Heyman

Bill Pritchard

3MB (w/ Drew McIntyre) vs Prime Time Players

Slater taunts Titus' bark but Titus throws him in the corner, then he hits Slater a few times and stomps him while he blows his whistle at him. Young tags in and gets a near fall, then Slater tackles him in the corner and tags Jinder, who hits a shoulder block before Young comes back with an atomic drop. Young gets a near fall before Jinder whips him in the corner, but Young kicks him in the head and goes up top, only to have Jinder sweep his legs. Slater gets back in and stomps Young a few times, then he slingshots him throat first into the bottom rope before he applies a side headlock.

Young makes it to his feet but Slater slams him down and tags out, then Jinder stomps Young a few times and chokes him with his boot. Slater kicks Young while Jinder has him in a front facelock, then he applies a side headlock but Young breaks it with some elbows and a headbutt. Slater kicks him and runs back at him, but Young takes him down with a belly-to-belly throw before Titus finally gets the hot tag. Titus hits a few clotheslines and a release fallaway slam, then he kicks Jinder in the head and makes a cover but Slater breaks up the pin. Young runs back in and takes Slater out, then he attacks Drew on the apron as Titus drops Jinder with a sit out spinebuster for the win.

Winners – Prime Time Players

Paul Heyman interrupts Brad Maddox's phone call and tells him to ask how he is, then he says he is in a bad mood because Maddox put him in a match with CM Punk. Heyman says they'd never see him again if Punk got his hands on him, and Maddox all but guaranteed it by booking him in a match in Night of Champions. He says he doesn't think it's good for business, then HHH walks in and says he heard them talking about business, and he thought that was his cue to step in. HHH excuses Maddox from the room, then he tells Heyman he approved the match but it's not about their history together. HHH says he did this so Heyman doesn't weasel his way out of this, and if he does, good, but Punk could also give him the beating of a lifetime. He says no matter what happens, he wins, so he thinks that is what is best for business, then he leaves a surprised Heyman alone in the room.

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