Fans that watched WWE's Raw 25 show at the Manhattan Center last night were not particularly pleased with what they were giving during the celebrations of the 25th Anniversary of Monday Night Raw, but they did have a fantastic dark segment after the show went off the air.
A lot of fans that paid to watch Raw at the Manhattan Center were left disappointed with the WWE as although they were treated to appearances from D-Generation X, Razor Ramon, Jim Ross, Jerry Lawer, and The Undertaker, they were forced to sit and watch the majority of Raw on big screens inside the arena.
Inbetween segments at the arena, fans were treated to 205 Live matches as well as the action at the Barclays Center on the big screen. By the end of the night, a lot of fans at the Manhattan Center were angry as they felt the show they were given wasn't worth the amount of money they had to spend on tickets.
Although a lot of fans that watched Raw from the Manhattan Center will still be angry, WWE tried to pay them back by giving them a special dark segment after the celebrations of the 25th Anniversary of Monday Night Raw finished.
With Balor Club, D-Generation X, and Razor Ramon in the ring, the newly crowned Intercontinental Champion The Miz made his return to the Manhattan Center and produced a promo aimed at the two stables.
The Awesome One bragged about the fact that he now holds the Intercontinental title and stated that nobody else in the ring is a champion, saying they're all either former Intercontinental Champions or have never won the belt at all.
The Miz then labelled himself as the Greatest of All Time and told DX members and Scott Hall to leave ‘his’ ring and claimed that Raw’s 30th Anniversary show is going to be all about him and nobody else.
Raw Tag Team Champion Seth Rollins came out and said that it’s been awhile since he stepped foot into the Manhattan Center, recalling the time he won the ROH World title in 2010. After a few verbal exchanges between the two superstars, Rollins would eventually go on and hit the Blackout curb stomp on The Miz as he and DX then proceeded to do the “Suck it” gesture.
Lastly, Triple H ended the show and thanked all the fans for coming and for making it a special night. A good way to end what had been a disappointing show at the Manhattan Center.
Rollins and The Miz were both involved in segments earlier on in the night at the Barclays Center. The Architect was part of a segment alongside his tag team partner Jason Jordan, Christian, and their Royal Rumble opponents Sheamus and Cesaro hyping up their match this weekend.
The Awesome One, on the other hand, became the Intercontinental Champion for the eighth time earlier in the night after he defeated Roman Reigns to win the title. These two will likely have a rematch with the title on the line this Sunday at the Royal Rumble.
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