Rewind-A-Raw 1/4/21: Legends Night, Goldberg challenges McIntyre

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John Pollock & Wai Ting review Legends Night on WWE Raw featuring a WWE Championship match between Drew McIntyre and Keith Lee and the post-match challenge by Bill Goldberg.


  • ROH parts ways with Marty Scurll
  • Eddie Kingston’s speech on Being the Elite
  • AEW and NXT ratings from last Wednesday
  • Line-ups for Dynamite and New Year’s Evil
  • NOAH card at Korakuen Hall on 1/4
  • Title change at Tokyo Joshi Pro-Wrestling
  • UFC Fight Night airing on ABC on 1/16
  • Michael Chandler vs. Dan Hooker added to UFC 257

Raw featured Drew McIntyre defending the WWE Championship against Keith Lee in the main event and an appearance from Bill Goldberg, Randy Orton terrorized the legends throughout the show, an update on Alexa Bliss from last week, several non-title matches with the champions losing, a new pronunciation for AJ Styles’ bodyguard, a brutal edition of Miz TV, and countless names from the past in search of segments to be utilized in.

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Randy Orton : I’m the legend killer.

Vince McMahon : Hold my beer and watch this episode.

Really enjoyed the discussion on whether Elias is a babyface or heel. I like it with John and Wai are combative. :sunglasses:

If Vince McMahon directed Home Alone Harry and Marv would stand triumphant. Excellent sentence from John

This show is fucking shit.

A cliffhanger ending last week, that gets a brief passing mention this week. Legends who randomly stand around in the back, staring at walls. Your U.S Champion, who hasnt lost in months, getting pinned with a 24/7 rollup. Goldberg challenging Drew McIntyre, which makes no fucking sense.

I try not to comment too specifically on things I didn’t watch. But when I looked up last night’s results on Cage Match and saw that three champions lost non-title matches (Asuka/Flair, Lashley, Hurt Biz), I figured that was enough information to form an opinion that this show probably sucked.

A minor point, but the other danger of having Drew poo-poo fighting Goldberg as being akin to fighting his dad is reminding everyone that said “dad” defeated their immortal murder clown to become Universal Champ less than a year ago.