Last night's RAW was the first show since the Superstar Shakeup.
Two of the biggest names that moved to the red brand from Smackdown were Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn.
The pair had been causing chaos for Commissioner Shane McMahon and General Manager Daniel Bryan on Tuesday nights.
Their long-running feud with the pair ended at WrestleMania 34, where a tag team of the returning Bryan and McMahon defeated Owens and Zayn, leading to them being fired from Smackdown.
Of course, the two "best friends" popped up on RAW last week and announced that Stephanie McMahon gave them permission to join her show.
And it didn't take them long to get under the skin of their new boss - Kurt Angle. As The Miz was moved to Tuesday nights last week, a slot for a new RAW talk show opened up.
Last night, Owens and Zayn premiered The Sami & Kevin Show and made Angle their first guest. After the hosts made a number of jokes at his expense, the GM decided to put them in a match.
Angle announced that the pair would take on a team of Bobby Lashley and Braun Strowman later on in the night. The fans loved it, but Sami and Kevin weren't too pleased.
And for good reason. When that match rolled around, they employed their classic tactic of dodging the fight and playing games with their opponents.
After a bit of back and forth, Strowman and Lashley were able to get their hands on Owens and Zayn inside the ring.
The two teams put on a good match that ended with "The Monster Among Men" pinning Zayn and although it was a good finish, fans found something else during the match even better.
During the early stages, KO and Sami were dominating as they managed to isolate Lashley. Owens even went as far as dragging Strowman off the apron so he couldn't tag in.
Big mistake. Because as soon as he inevitably make a tag, Strowman completely ignored Zayn, who was the legal man - and went after Owens instead.
The result? Some brilliant gifs. He started with a huge shoulder charge:
Then went on to somehow hit an even bigger one:
Finally, he ended the carnage with an epic missile dropkick, wiping out Owens:
Amazing. Naturally, the fans loved it.
It's fair to say KO "got those hands" and won't be trying any funny business with Strowman again anytime soon.
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