Raw Review: Huge Six-Man Tag Match with World Title Implications

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Goldust promo

Much like they did on SmackDown, Goldust and Stardust looked to apologize for their actions, but The Usos didn’t want to hear it, and attacked. The attack was unsuccessful, as Goldust had the advantage to start the match anyway.

Jimmy Uso vs. Goldust

As Jimmy started to gain the advantage, Stardust tried to provide a distraction. Jey came to his brother’s aid, but Stardust went for the injured leg. Jimmy went over-the-top rope and took out Stardust, but the distraction allowed Goldust to hit Final Cut for the win.

Goldust defeats Uso via pinfall.

After the match, Goldust and Stardust further injured Jey’s bad leg.

Jey sold the attack like he got shot, and I can’t wait to see how The Usos respond.

Big Show and Mark Henry backstage

Show asked where they stand on their deal.

Henry told him that they will still be the most dominant tag team in WWE history, but he has to take care of Rusev first. Show said he would be in Henry’s corner, but Henry said he has to do it on his own.