Big Title Change Takes Place on WWE RAW Tonight (Photos & Videos)
- Author: Julie Sanders Feb 14, 2017,
Feb 14, 2017, 9:27
This week's edition of Monday Night Raw will be witnessing a celebration of friendship between the two best friends, Chris Jericho and Kevin Owens.
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The main event of this week's episode of Monday Night Raw in Las Vegas, Nevada featured Bayley challenging Charlotte for the women's championship. Bayley should try to capture the first-ever Raw women's title with whatever she has but a surprise should be stored during this match. Though Flair has never lost a match or dropped the belt at a pay-per-view, Monday marked the fourth time she has fallen in a championship defense on Raw. Breaking up is hard to do, and we will hurt for them, but the process should be fun, and if we are going to get a WrestleMania match out of these two, they need to toss more fuel on the fire.
Kofi Kingston of The New Day wants to give the WWE Universe their just desserts as he clashes with Bo Dallas on Raw.
Gallows and Anderson start a beatdown on Reigns in the middle of the match, and the referee calls for the bell. Dallas continues his streak of being irrelevant on the main roster as Kingston hit the S.O.S. for the 1-2-3.
As he prepares to challenge Neville for the WWE Cruiserweight Championship at WWE Fastlane, "Gentleman" Jack Gallagher tells The King of the Cruiserweights exactly what he thinks of him.
Following a headbutt to Noam Dar's chest, Gentleman Jack Gallagher picks up the victory with a running dropkick in the corner.
- Emmalina finally debuted on Raw...kind of. WWE wasted four months on that, not that anyone was really clamoring for Emma in the first place. Stephanie pointed out that it would be bad for his health after the beating he took last week, and Strowman already has a match tonight against Mark Henry.
Strowman counters the World's Strongest Slam by shifting his weight, and takes advantage to pick up the 399-pound Mark Henry for a powerslam. After Rusev got back in the ring, Sami popped up out of nowhere with a Helluva Kick for the win.
Tozawa dodges several strikes from Ariya Daivari, and hits a snap German suplex to swiftly Daivari away. Cesaro dominated Amore, hit a European uppercut and scored the pinfall.
Bayley won after Shasha Banks interfered and attacked Charlotte. Though much can change with Fastlane approaching, putting the belt on Bayley here is a curious development considering her winning at the big show would have been a memorable "WrestleMania moment".