The latest edition of Monday Night RAW closed with a massive brawl as all three brands seemed hell-bent on showcasing their supremacy ahead of Survivor Series. However, WWE had more in store after RAW went off the air. Reigning Universal Champion “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt defended his title against Drew McIntyre in a Steel Cage match under the red light.
The Scottish Psychopath put up one hell of a fight but it was The Fiend who emerged victorious in the end.
According to Wrestling Inc., “The dark main event after this week’s WWE RAW from the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts saw “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt retain his WWE Universal Title.”
“Wyatt won a Steel Cage match over Drew McIntyre to retain the belt. As they have in dark and TV matches for weeks now, WWE used the red lighting in the arena while the match was happening.”
“Wyatt was said to be over in the aggressive bout, and got the pin after a Sister Abigail and Mandible Claw.”
Wyatt will be defending the Universal Title against Daniel Bryan this Sunday in Illinois.
The WWE 24/7 Championship also changed hands for the 61st time once the Survivor Series go-home edition of RAW was officially over.
Earlier on the show, a group of Superstars chased The Singh Brothers for the title that didn’t end too well for Samir. Both brothers entered the medical room backstage for Samir’s treatment. However, instead of coming across legit physicians, The Singhs were greeted by R-Truth and a referee dressed up as doctors. Truth attacked Sunil and pinned Samir to begin his record 22nd 24/7 title reign.
The 24/7 title has definitely lost its initial charm but still continues to serve as a solid dose of entertainment. Hopefully, WWE will have a major plan for the title come WrestleMania 36.