RAW begins with Kane being put in charge due to The Authority having trouble with their flight. Kane tells the Stage Manager to inform Seth Rollins that Rollins will have a lumberjack match tonight against Kane.
Dean Ambrose comes out next to welcome the WWE Universe to Monday Night RAW. Ambrose mocks The Authority for being late and says the inmates are running the asylum. Ambrose says he’s not the type of guy to go on and on and on, and is looking for a fight tonight.
Randy Orton interrupts Dean Ambrose to let him know that he loves Chicago and can’t wait to sleep in his regular bed tonight. Orton informs Ambrose that at Hell In A Cell, it will be Braun Strowman and Luke Harper vs. Dean Ambrose and Randy Orton.
Dean Ambrose says he’s been facing The Wyatts for years, and the way to beat the Wyatts starts behind him. Ambrose tells Orton to follow his lead and calls him kiddo.
Orton reminds Ambrose that he was a Superstar way longer than Ambrose and the two get into an argument. Ambrose says he can’t trust Orton. Orton says he can’t trust himself.
Randy Orton and Dean Ambrose are interrupted by The New Day.
The New Day wonder why Randy Orton and Dean Ambrose are out here talking about The Wyatts, when they should be talking about how The New Day took out Dolph Ziggler, The Dudley Boyz and John Cena.
The New Day brag that they’re the only team to do that, then mock Dean Ambrose, saying The Shield never did that. The New Day turn their attention to Randy Orton, saying that The Authority never did that, Evolution never did that and Legacy never did that. Kofi Kingston laughs at how many groups Randy Orton has had then calls him a Groupie.
Kane interrupts and reminds the WWE Universe that the inmates aren’t running the asylum, he is. Kane makes a match between Ambrose and Orton and The New Day.
Randy Orton and Dean Ambrose stomp out Big E.
The New Day takes advantage and brags about it.
In typical New Day style.
Eventually Randy Orton and Dean Ambrose start to come back.
Kofi Kingston kicks Randy Orton into Dean Ambrose, then rolls Orton up getting another victory over Randy Orton.
A video of Brock Lesnar vs. The Undertaker is shown next.
Then followed up with Naomi vs. Nikki Bella.
WWE shows a video of Sasha Banks vs. Bayley, which leads to “We Want Sasha” chants.
The match begins.
As Team B.A.D. starts to get the advantage, Brie Bella starts chanting “We Want Sasha.”
Sasha Banks shuts Brie Bella up.
But the distraction works. Nikki Bella hits the Rack Attack on Naomi for the win.
For whatever reason, the WWE does a man on the street segment asking who the most unconventional person in WWE is. Paige wins by a landslide and accepts her “Payday” for most unconventional.
John Cena comes out for the United States Open Challenge.
John Cena joins the “John Cena Sucks” chant.
John Cena says there are some locations that will boast that they’re the World’s Most Famous Arena (Madison Square Garden) but there is only one Allstate Arena.
John Cena hypes the specialness of the Allstate Arena, his history with the arena and the fans, but everything he says now means nothing to us at Three Man Booth because of his unnecessary dig at Madison Square Garden. Anyway, let’s remain neutral . John Cena continues his stupid U.S. Open Challenge.
Cena’s opponent is Dolph Ziggler, a fan of Madison Square Garden.
Apparently, someone proposes to their girlfriend during the match.
The girl says “YES”
John Cena locks Dolph Ziggler in the STF.
Dolph Ziggler hits a Top Rope DDT.
Dolph Ziggler tries to go for a Superkick.
But of course John Cena counters it.
John Cena goes for the AA, but Dolph Ziggler turns it into the Rocker Dropper.
Dolph Ziggler catches John Cena with the Zig Zag, but Cena kicks out.
And of course, John Cena catches Dolph Ziggler with the AA to retain the U.S. Championship.
Backstage, Kane tries to keep The Authority updated on RAW while they deal with their airplane troubles. Kane praises Cena vs. Dolph Ziggler, until Stephanie McMahon goes off on a flight attendant for spilling coffee on her dress.