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WWE Raw results, Oct. 5, 2015: The Beast comes to Boston and Kane receives an ultimatum from The Authority

Big Show confronted Brock Lesnar

Brock Lesnar lays waste to Big Show: Raw, Oct. 5, 2015

When the giant confronts Brock Lesnar about his chances against The Undertaker at Hell in a Cell, The Beast Incarnate issues a painful response.

BOSTON — With Madison Square Garden now annexed into Suplex City, Brock Lesnar rolled into Boston looking to add another metropolis to his monstrous domain as part of the ongoing Go to Hell Tour. Whether Beantown now resides firmly within The Beast’s purview is a bit subjective, but there can be no doubt that Big Show, once again, underestimated The Conqueror, given what happened when the giant confronted Lesnar for the second time in three days.

Watch the giant return to Suplex City |  Photos of the confrontation

Teasing a “man-to-man” message he felt the need to deliver in person, Show teased a handshake of respect for his across-the-years foe. When Lesnar brushed off the giant’s gesture, though, Big Show told him to enjoy his success until The Undertaker beats him at Hell in a Cell —  again. Bad move, big man: A belly-to-belly and an F-5 later, and Lesnar’s largest critic was silenced. Oh, and Seth Rollins was out a partner against The Dudley Boyz.

Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose & Randy Orton def. The Wyatt Family

Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose & Randy Orton vs. The Wyatt Family: Raw, Oct. 5, 2015

It's six-man mayhem as The Big Dog teams with The Lunatic Fringe and The Viper to battle Bray Wyatt, Luke Harper and Braun Strowman.

So Bray Wyatt and Roman Reigns are going to hell — in a Cell, that is. First, though, The Wyatts squared up with The Shield vets and the man they’d originaly pegged to be their third in a Six-Man tussle weeks in the making. Unfortunately, Reigns & Co. had trouble getting out of the blocks, as Braun Strowman nearly derailed their effort singlehandedly before it could even get going.

Watch:  Wyatts upended on Raw! |  Photos of Reigns' warning to Wyatt

A bit of misdirection allowed Dean Ambrose to tag in Randy Orton, who set Luke Harper up for a late-game rally from Reigns. Even though the rest of The Wyatts attempted to play spoiler, a sleeper hold from Ambrose to Strowman and an RKO from Orton to Harper allowed Reigns to execute the decisive Spear to The New Face of Desolation. Luckily, The Wyatts will get another crack at their foes on SmackDown, when Bray & Braun team up against Reigns & Orton.

Sheamus def. Neville

Neville vs. Sheamus: Raw, Oct. 5, 2015

The Man That Gravity Forgot locks up with Mr. Money in the Bank, live on Raw.

Neville made his perch among the Manhattan skyscrapers on Saturday night, but Sheamus brought The Man That Gravity Forgot to earth with a crushing Brogue Kick in a much-needed statement win for Mr. Money in the Bank. He did that despite a before-the-bell kick from Neville, who wasn’t exactly having the mouthy Irishman’s insults as he made his way to the ring. The Celtic Warrior’s recovery was swift, though King Barrett, ostensibly at commentary to support Neville, certainly played a (potentially inadvertent?) part in distracting the former NXT Champion and teeing him up for a Brogue Kick.

WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins confronted Kane

Stephanie McMahon announces Seth Rollins' Hell in a Cell opponent: Raw, Oct. 5, 2015

A unique stipulation awaits The Architect and his challenger when he defends the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at Hell in a Cell.

Now comes the ultimate conflict resolution. After weeks of mind games between Seth Rollins and Kane — both sides of him — The Architect and The Devil’s Favorite Director of Operations were ordered to put their beef to bed by a direct report they both share: Stephanie McMahon. When Kane made himself Rollins’ partner against The Dudley Boyz and the WWE World Heavyweight Champion took exception, Stephanie arranged that Rollins would defend his title against Demon Kane at Hell in a Cell, with a final warning Paul Revere would appreciate: Should The Big Red Monster fail to capture the proverbial brass ring and win the title, Corporate Kane would be relieved of his duties as Director of Operations. Two birds, one stone. Ashley from HR would be thrilled.

Natalya def. Paige

Natalya vs. Paige: Raw, Oct. 5, 2015

The Queen of Harts has an opportunity for retribution against The Diva of Tomorrow on Raw.

Regardless of whether it was by her choice, Paige is officially on her own. Bad news is, the former Divas Champion might have been knocked down a few pegs in the process. In fact, she wilted down the road against her backstage rival of recent weeks, Natalya. The Queen of Harts not only showed some Neidhart-ian strength in powering Paige about the ring, but she also rode roughshod over the so-called Anti-Diva in the late goings, reversing a sunset flip into a backbreaking Sharpshooter that gave her the win.

Intercontinental Champion Kevin Owens def. Sin Cara

Sin Cara vs. Kevin Owens: Raw, Oct. 5, 2015

The masked marvel squares off with the Intercontinental Champion.

Kevin Owens is amassing quite the resume, defeating everyone from John Cena to Cesaro to Ryback to Chris Jericho, spoiling the latter’s 25th anniversary party at Madison Square Garden. But the bullying Intercontinental Champion isn’t done with one of his conquests just yet, as Ryback is still apparently waiting in the wings for a fair crack at regaining the ivory prize (the last one, you’ll remember, ended indecisively).

Photos:  Owens goes dragon hunting on Raw |  Watch Ryback strike!

The Big Guy made his presence known at the end of Owens’ battle against Sin Cara, which stemmed from an argument on Raw Pre-Show and ended abruptly when KO superkicked Cara out of the sky and uncorked a Pop-up Powerbomb for the win. Rather than allow Owens to beat up on Sin Cara and Kalisto, Ryback stormed the ring and chased the champion away. Feeding time awaits.

John Cena and Roman Reigns honored breast cancer survivors

WWE and Susan G. Komen continue the fight against breast cancer: Raw, Oct. 5, 2015

John Cena and Roman Reigns honor breast cancer survivors on Raw during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Get the gear and join the fight throughout the month of October by visiting WWEShop.com.

October is upon us, which means WWE has once again partnered with the Susan G. Komen Foundation in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. As the month kicked off, John Cena and Roman Reigns took to the ring on Raw to announce the partnership and offer special recognition to survivors in attendance, giving them a hero’s welcome the WWE Universe was more than happy to echo.

The Dudley Boyz def. WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins & Kane via Disqualification

The Dudley Boyz vs. Seth Rollins & Corporate Kane: Raw, Oct. 5, 2015

Can The Architect coexist with WWE's Director of Operations against Bubba Ray & D-Von?

With Big Show … indisposed, The Authority had to look in-house to find Seth Rollins’ replacement partner against The Dudley Boyz. And with J&J Security nowhere to be found, that meant the on-again, off-again partnership between The Architect and Kane was back on! The corporate incarnation of The Big Red Monster was seemingly more fallible than Rollins would prefer, bickering with his partner and aggravating his ankle injury on top of everything.

Photos:  Rollins goes for a ride |  Watch the Dudleys get the tables

Despite a bizarre attempt by Rollins to handcuff Kane to the ropes and keep him in plain sight, you can probably guess what happened next. Kane went back to the trainer’s room and re-emerged as the demon in full after Rollins got himself disqualified by kicking a table into the Dudleyz’s faces. After shaking off a payback-motivated 3D from the Dudleys, Kane then re-enacted the Boston Massacre by planting Rollins through said table. Wicked good — emphasis on wicked.

Team B.A.D. def. Team Bella

Team B.A.D. vs. Team Bella: Raw, Oct. 5, 2015

Diva drama ignites Raw as Sasha Banks, Naomi and Tamina battle Alicia Fox and The Bella Twins.

Boston became Boss-ton when Sasha Banks exploded back onto the scene with her Team B.A.D. cohorts in tow, outdueling Team Bella in a Six-Diva Tag Team Match that provided the latest scuff on Nikki Bella’s formerly pristine #squad. Team Bella, prepping for Nikki’s Divas Title rematch at Hell in a Cell, wisely kept the former NXT Women’s Champion — and potential Iron Woman — on the apron along with Tamina, focusing their efforts instead on overwhelming Naomi.

Watch:  Sasha returns to action |  Photos of Bella vs. B.A.D.

Can’t keep a good Diva down for long, though. Sasha tagged in and took the fight to Alicia Fox, causing Team Bella to rush the ring and save their resident enforcer. Naomi and Tamina put a stop to the interference, and a reeling Foxy was easy pickings for the Backstabber–Bank Statement combo. 

Summer Rae proposed to Rusev

Summer Rae proposes marriage to Rusev: Raw, Oct. 5, 2015

Are wedding bells in Summer Rae and Rusev's future?

Does Rusev want to put a ring on it? Summer Rae certainly does. To celebrate her and The Bulgarian Brute’s burgeoning success as WWE’s resident power couple, Summer popped the question to her bulky boyfriend by asking him to become her husband. “Ru-Ru” was a bit taken aback, though he said yes, with a catch. The former U.S. Champion promised Summer he would become her husband as soon as their partnership yielded a championship around his waist. While Summer ultimately accepted The Bulgarian Brute’s terms, she definitely looked a little … crushed.

U.S. Champion John Cena def. WWE Tag Team Champion Big E

John Cena vs. Big E - United States Championship Match: Raw, Oct. 5, 2015

After dismantling Dolph Ziggler, a fired-up Big E responds to Cena's U.S. Open Challenge and brings the fight to The Champ.

Don’t #HitSlatersMusic just yet. Don’t #HitZigglersMusic either. But do, please, #HitNewDaysMusic, as the Tag Team Champions pre-empted The Showoff’s answering of John Cena’s U.S. Open Challenge by taking Ziggler out to send Big E into the ring and make a play for The Champ’s title instead. The former NXT Champion made quite a showing of it, too, following up Xavier Woods’ effort last week by beating Cena senseless from the start (Woods resumed his role of cheerleader, showering Big E with musket blasts of trombone notes from the sidelines).

Preview:  New Day vs. Dudleys at Hell in a Cell |  Watch Stephanie silence New Day

Alas, things turned — ahem — sour, when Woods and Kofi Kingston were ejected. An Attitude Adjustment brought an end to the Boston “E” Party but not The New Day’s night. After they swarmed Cena, Ziggler (looking for payback) and Dudley Boyz (likewise) were quickly dispatched by The New Day after an errant superkick from Ziggler inadvertently felled The Champ. Surrounded by a pile of bodies at night’s end, The New Day did, indeed, rock.