The Undertaker opens the program: The Phenom speaks on WrestleMania how it will not be his last. The Undertaker speaks about "his yard" and is interrupted by Shane McMahon who runs his mouth to 'Taker; angering The Deadman in the process. Shane makes his way down to the ring, words are exchanged, and the fists begin to fly. The brawl eventually leaves 'Taker laying across the announce table as Shawn drops the elbow from the top rope. As Shane heads to the back ... The Undertaker rises from the wreck.
Chris Jericho vs. Zack Ryder
Zack Ryder pulls off the upsets thanks to the distraction of A.J. Styles.
Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte
Good match from the gals who are looking to put on a show this Sunday. Charlotte scores the pinfall thanks to interference from Ric Flair.
Renee Young Interviews Mr. McMahon: The Chairman discusses the situation between his son and The Undertaker before Shane approaches. Shane informs Vince that while he "stole" the company from his father, he will be "taking" the company.
The Social Outcasts (Curtis Axel and Bo Dallas) vs. Big Show and Kane
Pointless. Boring. DQ finish following interference from Heath Slater and Adam Rose.
Triple H and Stephanie McMahon take to the ring: Triple H addresses this Sunday and "the dream" of WrestleMania. Triple H mentions his "obsession" with being WWE Champion; an obsession which will mark the "end of Roman Reigns' dream." Naturally, this bring Reigns down to the ring and the fight ensues. Triple H retreats up the ramp.
Kofi Kingston vs. Alberto Del Rio
Decent match here: following some back-and-forth, Kofi Kingston pulls out the roll-up pinfall.
Post-Match: Jonathan "The Coach" Coachman appears to announce that SportsCenter will be live at WrestleMania.
Backstage: The Dudley Boyz lure Roman Reigns into a fight; causing Triple H to jump his opponent from behind. "The Game" leaves Reigns laying.
Kalisto vs. Konnor
AH! ... Waste of air time ... Kalisto wins.
Post-Match: Ryback arrives to intimidate Kalisto.
Brock Lesnar is live in Brooklyn: Paul Heyman sells the Street Fight match this Sunday in true Heyman fashion. (What a promo. Go watch.) Eventually, Dean Ambrose appears with a wagon; packs a variety of weapons from beneath the ring and leaves accordingly.
Paige vs. Emma
Filler match: Emma Wins.
Kevin Owens, Stardust, and The Miz vs. Sami Zayn, Sin Cara, and Dolph Ziggler
Solid match to end the in-ring action on the WrestleMania go-home edition of Raw. Although, the crowd was hot and cold throughout. Sami Zayn scores the pinfall on Kevin Owens. (KO is the best all-around performer on the roster right now.)
Triple H and Stephanie McMahon close out the show: more trash-talk on the audience and Roman Reigns. Which brings out Reigns again; and once again, we have a fight. The old "Superstar separation" angle occurs as the locker room clears to break up the brawl as the show concludes.
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