Dec 28, 2016 10:00 AM EST
These WWE Raw Results bring you the last Raw for the year and it features a United States title match between champion Roman Reigns and challenger current WWE Universal Champion Kevin Owens. Owens had the chance to become a double champion but interference from his best friend Chris Jericho backfired when Seth Rollins came out to even the odds. He ended up getting pinned by Reigns after a spear.
The first part of WWE Raw Results saw it start with explosions when Stephanie McMahon came out and revealed she had given Mick Foley the night off according to Wrestling Inc. Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns then came out to make their case for a match against Braun Strowman which prompted Stephanie McMahon to joke about a Shield reunion. After that, she announced Roman Reigns would be defending his US Title against an opponent of her choosing and Seth Rollins would be facing Braun Strowman.
Later on in the night, Seth Rollins tried his best against Braun Strowman but got manhandled, according to Wrestle Zone. It was shocking to see someone completely dominate a multi-time world champion but Rollins ended up getting saved when Sami Zayn's music hit and Zayn attacked Strowman from behind. Strowman did not show any effects of Zayn's attack and he ended up chasing Zayn through the crowd. After that, Jericho snuck into the ring and delivered a codebreaker to Seth Rollins in order to ensure he won't interfere in the main event.
In the Women's Division part of WWE Raw Results, Charlotte once again took on Bayley with Dana Brooke as special guest referee. This time, Charlotte finally got the victory when Dana Brooke fast counted Bayley after a small package pinning combination. Nia Jax also squashed a local competitor who was wearing a Sash Banks shirt.
Check out this video highlighting the final segment of WWE Raw Results where Roman Reigns defended his United States title against WWE Universal Champion Kevin Owens.
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