WWE Monday Night Raw Results – April 10 2017

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Seth says it feels great to be out here with the fans. He didn’t know if he would make it back, he put everything into WrestleMania and didn’t think beyond it. He says after his war with Triple H, he was in more pain than ever before. But mentally he was at peace because he left it all in the ring and he did it, they did it, they slayed the King of Kings!

The fans start chanting for Seth and he thanks them. He says WrestleMania was not the finish line, he has a ton of unfinished business here on Monday Night Raw. His first issue is Samoa Joe, then he wants the Universal Championship. However, because of what happened at WrestleMania – Stephanie being put through the table – he might not get any opportunities. The fans chant “thank you Seth”.

He says he probably won’t be named employee of the month, and Stephanie will be even angrier when she returns. She will make his life hell. He says the easy thing would be for him to pack his bags and move to SmackDown Live. But he took the easy way before but he will not do it again. That is not the kind of man he is, not the man he wants to be. So if they want him to move to SmackDown, they will need to bring an army because he isn’t leaving Monday Night Raw without a fight.

Kurt Angle comes to the ring. He says it’s true, Stephanie wants him gone. And if they had that conversation before WrestleMania, he would be gone. However at WrestleMania Seth was the one legged man who won an ass-kicking contest. Angle says he doesn’t play politics, he wants to have the best show, and that show has Seth Freakin’ Rollins. And as long as he is GM, Seth has a place on Monday Night Raw!

Angle leaves and Samoa Joe attacks Rollins from behind. Angle returns to the ring and does his best to separate the two but they keep brawling and Seth manages to clear Joe from the ring. Rollins goads Joe to come back to the ring but he won’t.

We go backstage for an interview between Kevin Owens and Charly Caruso. She says Seth is staying on Raw, and Ambrose is now here, so how wil the shake-up affect him. KO says that they can shake-up as much as they want but the cream always rises to the top. He tells her to go find Chris Jericho and ask how it’s affecting him because maybe moving to SmackDown he could find some success. Owens gloats about the powerbomb through the table last week, then says he is the face of America. Charly again asks about Ambrose and the Intercontinental Championship, to which Owens says Ambrose can act as goofy as he wants, so long as he remembers his place. Should he not remember that, he will beat the crap out of him and prove that he is the premier athlete on Raw.

Charlotte makes her way to the ring for a match and we see what happened after the tag team match last week, in which Nia Jax destroyed Charlotte.

*Commercial Break*

Charlotte Flair Vs. Nia Jax

They lock up, and Jax face plants her. Flair goes for a waistlock, but Jax breaks the hold and throws her. Charlotte kicks and knees her before hitting the ropes, but Jax avalanches her. Flair elbows her in the back, so Jax takes her down with a shoulder-breaker that spikes her on her head. The referee immediately runs over to check on her, then Jax continues the attack.

Jax soon applies a cobra clutch, but Charlotte fights up. There’s some miscommunication before Jax throws her across the ring. Jax chokes her against the ropes. Flair chops back at her before going to the apron. Flair goes for a roll-up, but Jax doesn’t go down. Charlotte eventually chop blocks her and hits Natural Selection for a near fall. Nia pushes her before Charlotte moves, and she hits the ring post with her shoulder.

Charlotte pushes her into the ring post to knock her to the floor. Flair goes to the top rope and hits a moonsault block to the floor. Nia doesn’t go down with her fluidly, so Flair winds up landing on her face. Flair gets in the ring, but Jax gets in before being counted out. Flair is bleeding from the elbow.

Charlotte boots her down and goes for a Figure Four Leglock, but Jax pulls her off into the turnbuckle. Jax eventually avalanches her and gives her a Samoan Drop for the win.

Winner: Nia Jax

After the match, we see a quick video package hyping Finn Balor.

*Commercial Break*

We return to see Jinder Mahal in the ring, awaiting his opponent.

Finn Balor Vs. Jinder Mahal

They lock up, and Mahal powers him into the ropes before shoving him. Bálor comes back with some punches, but Mahal knees him. Bálor reverses a whip and rolls through a sunset flip to dropkick him.

Bálor takes him down with an arm drag. Mahal fights up and powers him to the roles. Mahal kicks the top rope into his neck before dropping some knees on him. Mahal picks up a pair of one counts. Mahal applies a chin lock, but Bálor fights up and elbows out.

Bálor hits a striking combination on him before hitting the ropes. Mahal takes him down with a right hand. Bálor fights out of a chin lock with a pelé kick. Bálor takes him down with a Sling Blade before giving him a vicious dropkick into the corner. Bálor follows up with the Coup de Grâce for the win.

Winner: Finn Balor

After the match, Bray Wyatt appears on the screen and announces that this is his new home. He says after he defeats Randy Orton in a House of Horrors match at Payback, he will be keeping an eye on Finn.

*Commercial Break*

It’s announced that Kalisto is moving to Monday Night’s, as well as Heath Slater & Rhyno!

The Miz W/Maryse Vs. Sami Zayn

They take their time before locking up. Zayn applies a hammerlock, but Miz elbows out and punches him. Miz sends him into the ropes, but Zayn slingshots over him, hits a trio of arm drags, and clotheslines him out of the ring. Zayn goes for a senton, but Miz pulls Maryse in front of him, so Zayn stops himself.

*Commercial Break*

We come back from the break to see Zayn trapped in a chin lock. Zayn fights up and goes for a back suplex, but Miz flips through and lands on his feet. Miz follows up with a Reality Check for a near fall. Miz puts Zayn on the top rope and mocks the “Olé” chant. Miz goes for a superplex, but Zayn fights him off. Zayn leaps, but Miz moves. Miz catches him with a kneeling DDT for a near fall. Miz mocks Daniel Bryan’s “YES” taunt and the “YES” kicks. Zayn ducks the big kick to the head and hits the Blue Thunder Bomb for a near fall. Maryse pulls Miz out of the ring before Zayn hits the Helluva Kick. Zayn follows him out, so Miz runs into the ring. Maryse pulls the foot to distract him. Miz goes for a Skull Crushing Finale, but Zayn counters into a roll-up for the win.

Winner: Sami Zayn

Michael Cole will interview Roman Reigns after the break.

*Commercial Break*

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