Hulk Hogan kicks off Raw is XXX in spectacular fashion
Sami Zain faced trial in a tribal court
The Usos def. Judgment Day to retain the Raw Tag Team Championship
The tag team feud winners, Dominic Mysterio and Damian Priest started off hot by grounding Jimmy and Jey for a chance to challenge The Usos for the Raw Tag Team Championship. As Finn Balor tried to get involved, he was quickly kicked out by WWE officials. This allows Jimmy to hit a huge splash, but he can only get a two-count. Late in the match, Jimmy suffered a knee injury and Sami Zayn tagged in for the injured Jimmy, which was allowed by WWE official Adam Pearce.
With great pressure to watch the entire bloodline, Jane performed admirably with a huge south of heaven kick from Priest. After a 619 and top-rope splash from Mysterio to Jey, Zayn once again proved his worth by breaking up the pinfall that probably would have earned him three. Zayn and Jey ended the exciting match-up by connecting with 1D on Dominic, seemingly getting The Honorary Us back in the tribal chief’s good graces.
The Undertaker and Bray Wyatt disposed of LA Knight
Becky Lynch and Bayley’s steel cage match never started
Before the match began, The Man Damage received a beating from three members of CTRL. With Damage CTRL and Becky Lynch locked inside the cage, The Man had no chance, forcing WWE official Adam Pearce to open the cage with pliers. The match did not start with The Man in such a state.
DX and Kurt Angle square off with the Imperium
Seth “Frickin'” Rollins & The Street Profits def. Imperium
With special guest referee Kurt Angle officiating and special guest commentator Jerry “The King” Lawler calling the action, Seth “Frickin'” Rollins and The Street took on an old-school feud with the Profit Imperium. Gunther confronts Angle, allowing Rollins and The Street Profit to gain the advantage. Gunther countered with a brutal powerbomb on The Visionary, nearly earning a two-count. With Angle watching, Rollins hits a nice Angle Slam to pay tribute to the Hall of Famer. Rollins and The Profits continued and Rollins ended the match with a stomp on Giovanni Vinci.
Sonya Deville interrupted Charlotte Flair and Bianca Bellaire
Bianca Bellaire def. Sonya Deville
Despite Sonya Deville “not even going here”, she took on Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Bellaire in a pre-Royal Rumble feud. Belair made short work of Deville, dispatching him with the KOD
Alexa Bliss gives Bianca Bellaire a warning
Kevin Owens pinned Miz twice
Brock Lesnar made his earth-shattering return; Austin Theory def. Bobby Lashley to retain the United States title in a no disqualification match
Bobby Lashley eliminated Austin Theory, leaving the champion in dire straits. Fitting for the Philadelphia No Disqualification match, the table made an appearance, but Lashley locked in the Hart Lock before Theory could use it. In a desperation move, Theory blinds Lashley with a fire extinguisher. In the final stretch, Lashley threw Theory through a table, but Brock Lesnar returned to the scene! With the WWE Universe at a fever pitch, The Beast F-5’d Lashley and Theory, putting Theory over The All Mighty, allowing him to retain the US Title. An incredible Raw 30 ended with Lesnar standing tall and the WWE Universe in complete disbelief.