WWE Monday Night RAW 6 October 2015 Results Winners Losers Highlights Written Updates

WWE Monday Night RAW 6 October 2015 Results Winners Losers Highlights Written Updates :- One of the longest running reality show till date WWE Monday night Raw happened tonight at Boston, USA where we have seen crowd coming in massive numbers to watch their favourite Divas & Superstars performing live. We watched some wonderful matches and we are going to discuss about all of them in our report further.


As you all have seen how the beast Brock Lesnar defeated Big Show in a one sided contest at Madison Square Garden this Saturday and to talk about it he with his advocate Paul Heyman kicked off tonights 6 October 2015 episode of RAW.

WWE Raw 6 October 2015 Match Card & Results

1. Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose and Randy Otron defeated The Wyat Family in a six man tag team match

2. Sheamus defeated Nevile in a singles match

3. Natalya defeated Paige in a singles match

4. Kevin Owens defeated Sin Cara in a singles match

5. The Dudley Boyz defeated Seth Rollins and Kane in a tag team match as the result of a disqualification

6. Team Bad defeated Team Bellas in a six diva tag team match

7. John Cena defeated Big E in a US Open Challenge match

WWE Monday Night RAW 6 October 2015 Highlights

These are the major highlights of 6 October 2015 episode of WWE RAW

1. Brock Lesnar f-5ed Big Show as he taunted him that he wish that he will hose against The Undertaker at Hell in a Cell 2015…. AGAIN

2. Demon Kane demolishes Seth Rollins as he chokeslammed him through a table.

3. Rusev told Summer Rae that he will not marry her till the time he wins WWE Gold

4. The New Day gets the better of John Cena, Dolph Ziggler and The Dudley Boyz at the same time

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