File Name: WWE RAW 4 December 2017 Full Show Highlights
Published: 5 Des 2017
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WWE Raw results, Dec. 4, 2017: Samoa Joe costs The Shield championship gold
Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose failed to reclaim the WWE Raw Tag Team Titles thanks in no small part to the intervention of Samoa Joe. How will The Shield repay The Samoan Submission Specialist and his new allies, Sheamus & Cesaro WWE Jason Jordan may have made what was his boldest bid for respect yet this week on WWE Raw. After misses against Braun Strowman and Kane, the gold-blooded Superstar challenged Roman Reigns for a title bout right as the WWE Intercontinental Champion was demanding Angle sanction a match between himself and Samoa Joe, and even offered to throw down with Joe himself when the former WWE NXT Champion stole his thunder by emerging to accept Reigns’ challenge.
When Roman Reigns failed to treat Jason Jordan’s presence seriously, the young Superstar suplexed the WWE champion out of nowhere, forcing Reigns into a title match while Joe watched from the ramp. Jordan made good on the opportunity to showcase his abilities (catching Reigns midair out of a Superman Punch and charging him into the steps was a thing of beauty, as were his one-legged Northern Lights Suplexes), but the win was once again just beyond his grasp. Roman Reigns sealed jason Jordan’s fate by targeting his taped-up knee — which Jordan re-injured after a tumble over the ropes — and landing the devastating Superman Punch-Spear combo for the win. Paige hadn’t competed in over a year before going one-on-one with Sasha Banks on Raw. That inactive streak officially came to an end with her victory over The Boss, though the former Raw Women’s Champion’s woes didn’t stop at just an in-ring defeat.
With Bayley and Mickie James backing Banks at ringside to offset the presence of Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville of Absolution, Sasha had the opportunity to face Paige one-on-one and took advantage of her foe’s rust to force her onto the defensive. Paige rallied with a sunset flip powerbomb, but couldn’t put Sasha away until after Mandy and Sonya took out Bayley and Mickie at ringside, distracting Banks and leaving her defenseless for a boot to the face and ring-rattling Ram-Paige — to say nothing of a post-match attack the hands of Absolution, who tried and failed to entice Sasha into their ranks last week. Elias came within inches of the WWE Intercontinental Championship last week, so he was understandably miffed when Kurt Angle General Manager of WWE bestowed the next opportunity at Roman Reigns’ title to his son instead. That said, Elias may have been a little too blunt in his criticism of The Olympic Hero, which is why he ended up facing a mystery opponent that turned out to be Braun Strowman. Alicia Fox is unpredictable, but not so unpredictable that she’s ready for Asuka. The Empress of Tomorrow followed up on her near-instantaneous defeat of Dana Brooke last week (setting a record for fastest submission victory in a women’s match) by toppling the former Divas Champion, though Alicia did manage to make it interesting (that big boot!) before suffering the fateful armbar that spelled her end. With The Miz out of action shooting a movie, The Miztourage’s quest to represent his brand continues apace. This week, it was Bo Dallas — entering to Miz’s music, no less — who flew the flag against Finn Bálor in a match he intended to dedicate to The A-Lister, should he prove victorious.