1. Great Balls of Fire
Despite it’s corny name the latest pay per view event that the RAW brand has held has by far been their best. The card was loaded from top to bottom with marquee matches that all lived up to their hype.
The event started when the Bray Wyatt defeated Seth Rollins in what has been considered by many a bit of an upset. The match was then followed by one of the best tag team matches in recent memory when The Hardys battled Sheamus and Cesaro in an Iron Man Match.
With the score tied at 3-3, The Hardys seemed to have the match won until Cesaro pinned Jeff Hardy after Hardy hit the swanton bomb on Sheamus. Despite hitting a twist of fate not long after on Cesaro the clock ran out and Cesaro and Sheamus retained their RAW Tag Team titles.
The next match we would see would be the arguably the best two females on the RAW roster finally battling, Alexa Bliss and Sasha Banks. Sasha Banks would win the match via countout after Bliss seemed to be fed up with the match.
Furious that she was not leaving with the championship Banks, attacked Alexa up the walkway and then performed her diving knee drop off the announcer table on to Alexa Bliss. The next match we would see saw The Miz using his entourage to help defeat Dean Ambrose and retain the Intercontinental Championship.
The main events though are what made this event so memorable the first being Braun Strowman vs Roman Reigns. The two competed in an ambulance match and the two beat the tar out of one another.
After attempting a spear Braun moved out of the way and Regins went flying into the ambulance, Strowman closed the doors and one the match. However, Reigns was not done with Strowman as he came out of the ambulance attacked Strowman and threw him into the ambulance.
Reigns would then drive the ambulance out of the arena and crashed it into a truck with Strowman still in the back. After using the jaws of life to get Strowman out of the ambulance a bloody Braun refused medical help and through his own strength walked away from the wreckage.
The main event would show Samoa Joe giving Brock Lesnar his toughest match since becoming champion. Joe brought everything he could to defeat Lesnar even getting Lesnar in his chokehold twice.
However, Brock was able to power through hit an F-5 and leave the event as still the Universal Champion. Despite its goofy name Great Balls of Fire proved to be the best RAW pay per view since the brand extension.