WWE Monday Night RAW Pre-Show - Netflix

WWE Monday Night RAW Pre-Show is a 30-minute long live talk show that will air most weeks on Monday nights at 7:30 PM, ET just prior to the WWE RAW TV show on the USA Network.

WWE Monday Night RAW Pre-Show - Netflix

Type: Talk Show

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2014-02-24

WWE Monday Night RAW Pre-Show - One Night Stand (2008) - Netflix

One Night Stand (2008) was a professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event produced by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) that took place on June 1, 2008, at the San Diego Sports Arena in San Diego. It was the fourth and final event promoted under the One Night Stand name. The event featured talent from the Raw, SmackDown, and ECW brands. The main match on the SmackDown! brand was a Tables, Ladders, and Chairs match for the vacant World Heavyweight Championship between Edge and The Undertaker, which Edge won after retrieving the belt suspended above the ring. Per the pre-match stipulation, Undertaker was forced to leave the WWE. The predominant match on the Raw brand was a Last Man Standing match for the WWE Championship between Triple H and Randy Orton, which Triple H won after Orton failed to answer the ten-count. The primary match on the ECW brand was a Singapore Cane match involving The Big Show, CM Punk, John Morrison, Chavo Guerrero, and Tommy Dreamer. Big Show won the match after pinning Dreamer to become the number-one contender to the ECW Championship at Night of Champions. Featured matches on the undercard included Shawn Michaels versus Batista in a Stretcher match, and John Cena versus John “Bradshaw” Layfield in a First Blood match.

WWE Monday Night RAW Pre-Show - Event - Netflix

The opening match of the pay-per-view was a Falls Count Anywhere match between Jeff Hardy and Umaga. The pair fought around the arena, including in the audience stands before they made their way out to a car park. The match ended when Hardy performed a “Swanton Bomb” (a high-angle senton bomb) on Umaga from the top of a truck and pinned him for the victory. The next match was a Singapore Cane match between Big Show, Tommy Dreamer, WWE Tag Team Champion John Morrison, CM Punk, and Chavo Guerrero. The match started with Big Show dominating, until the other competitors teamed together to knock him out the ring. During the course of the match, Guerrero was aided by Bam Neely and Morrison's tag team partner The Miz helped Morrison. After Big Show incapacitated the other wrestlers, including Neely and The Miz, he hit Dreamer with a kendo stick and pinned him. John Cena faced John “Bradshaw” Layfield in a First Blood match, in which the winner is the wrestler who makes his opponent bleed first. Both men utilized weapons in their attempts to win, including steel steps, the steel barricade, and chairs. The match ended Cena executed his STF submission hold on Layfield while using a steel chain to draw blood. An “I Quit” match between Melina and Beth Phoenix was aired fourth. Both women used a variety of submission moves throughout the course of the match, which Phoenix won by making Melina say “I quit”. The first main event match of the event was a Stretcher match contested between Shawn Michaels and Batista. The match ended with Batista rolling Michaels across the finish line on the stretcher. The following match was a Last Man Standing match for the WWE Championship between Triple H and Randy Orton, in which the objective is to ensure the opponent cannot answer a ten count. Orton took control of the match by using the steel ring steps and then tried to execute the RKO on Triple H; Triple H countered by pushing him over the top rope. Orton legitimately broke his collarbone landing on the outside, and could not answer the ten count, allowing Triple H to retain the WWE Championship. The main event was The Undertaker versus Edge in a Tables, Ladders, and Chairs match for the vacant World Heavyweight Championship. Throughout the match, all members of La Familia got involved, attacking The Undertaker and preventing him from climbing the ladder. The Undertaker put both Curt Hawkins and Zack Ryder through tables on the outside, before executing a Last Ride on Edge off the ladder and through two tables. The Undertaker failed to capitalise as Chavo Guerrero and Bam Neely interfered, prompting The Undertaker to hit them both with steel chairs. He again climbed the ladder, but Edge had recovered and pushed the ladder over, sending The Undertaker through four tables on the outside of the ring. Edge then climbed the ladder and retrieved the championship, winning the match and forcing The Undertaker to leave WWE, as per the pre-match stipulation.

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