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Samoa Joe nearly caused Seth Rollins to miss his second straight WrestleMania by tearing the MCL his right knee weeks before The Show of Shows. At WWE Payback, though, Rollins battled to earn his redemption, defeating Joe with a quick roll-up.

It was just weeks ago when Rollins fought to recover before prevailing against Triple H at WrestleMania. After slaying The King of Kings, The Architect turned his attention to the man who nearly cost him everything: Samoa Joe.

The Kingslayer started the match with a fast-and-furious attack, taking every risk to knock down Joe. But his formidable opponent only needed one shot at Rollins’ knee to turn the showdown 180-degrees. From there, the bout became an exercise in punishment, as Joe twisted and smashed Rollins’ ailing knee just like a lion would toy with a gazelle.

The damage lingered with Rollins for the rest of the match, as every move of offense or defense resulted in him writhing in pain. The Kingslayer fought through the agony, though, flying halfway across the ring for a crushing Frog Splash.

The hard-hitting Samoan tried to suck the life out of Rollins with a sleeper hold and looked for one more maneuver to finish him off, but The Kingslayer suddenly countered with a roll-up for the three-count.

Rollins had to feel vindicated with the victory, but as he hobbled to the back, it was clear he’d be feeling the effects of this battle for a while.

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We’ll admit it: Taking out Enzo Amore before a planned Six-Man Tag Team Match was a good strategy for Samoa Joe, Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson. Alas, Raw General Manager Kurt Angle wasn’t exactly going to leave Seth Rollins and Big Cass hanging, so he was quick to sub in a third man for the beleaguered fan-favorites: Finn Bálor.

Joe, Gallows & Anderson wisely formulated their strategy on separating Finn from his tag team partners, leading to the surreal sight of Bálor battling his own good brothers for minutes on end. After Gallows superkicked Cass off the apron, things looked even more dire. But Finn managed to reach Rollins anyway and he singlehandedly took out the opposition, teeing himself up for the Pedigree on Karl Anderson before seemingly reconsidering and instead pulling the former Tag Team Champion face-first into a flying knee. Neat.

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Seth joined the commentary team to see what Samoa Joe was up to in his match against Chris Jericho. After the match, Joe adressed Rollins about their match at Payback and said that business just became personal. Seth responded by saying that “Payback is a Bit**.”

In two weeks, Samoa Joe will attempt to finish what he started against Seth Rollins when the two battle at WWE Payback. But before then, The Samoan Submission Machine had a G.O.A.T. to take care of when he clashed one-on-one with Chris Jericho on Raw, and the former United States Champion was out for a little payback of his own after Joe helped put him through a table a couple of weeks back.

The long and short of this tangled web, however, ended up in Joe’s favor when he powered out of the Walls of Jericho to lock in the Coquina Clutch. Jericho briefly managed to bridge his way into a defensive pinfall attempt, but Joe adjusted his position and submitted his foe before promising to defeat Rollins at Payback as retribution for The Kingslayer’s defeat of Triple H at WrestleMania.

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The short version is that Seth Rollins is staying on Raw, but he might regret it in the long term. After a week of hand-wringing over whether or not The Kingslayer would remain on Team Red, the former WWE Champion essentially proclaimed that he had no intention of running to SmackDown LIVE, and if still-absent Commissioner Stephanie McMahon wanted him gone as revenge for his WrestleMania win over Triple H, she’d need an army to do it.

Instead, new General Manager Kurt Angle greeted The Architect and proclaimed that, despite Stephanie having made it clear she wanted Rollins gone, The Olympic Hero had decided to retain Rollins on Raw as reward for his efforts at The Show of Shows. The implications of that decision quickly made themselves clear, however, as Samoa Joe appeared in the ring and attacked. While Rollins managed to deny The Destroyer this time, it was clear that as long as Rollins stays on Raw, the target on his back stays with him.

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