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If there was one lesson to be taken away from Raw, it’s that Samoa Joe truly fears nothing, but maybe Seth Rollins should.

Even with the looming threat of Brock Lesnar “unleashing The Beast” next week in response to Joe’s attack on Paul Heyman, the No. 1 contender to the Universal Title put on a clinic against Seth Rollins in the Raw main event following The Kingslayer’s assertion he wasn’t afraid of anyone either, be it Joe, Roman Reigns or the “false prophet and wannabe martyr” Bray Wyatt.

Rollins took the fight to Joe like a man with something to prove, but The Samoan Submission Machine was just a hair faster and a hair more on point than he was the last time these two met, deploying a counter for every move Rollins attempted.

When Rollins finally fought into the advantage and prepared to go up top, Wyatt’s signature imagery played across the TitanTron, distracting The Architect long enough for Joe to lock in the Coquina Clutch and put Seth to sleep. Next week, The Beast arrives, and we find out who is truly heading into their worst-case scenario.

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Samoa Joe entered the Extreme Rules Fatal 5-Way No. 1 Contender’s Match as the only Superstar in the bout who hasn’t won a World Championship in WWE. He ended the night standing tall above four elite Raw Superstars with an opportunity against Universal Champion Brock Lesnar looming at WWE Great Balls of Fire on Sunday, July 9.

In an Extreme Rules Fatal 5-Way Match, it’s every Superstar for himself — no friends and no rules. But an early alliance between Joe and Bray Wyatt set the tone of Sunday night’s showdown. They took Roman Reigns out of the picture with the steel steps. Then, they dented a steel chair over Finn Bálor. They even DDT’d Seth Rollins on the steps.

The sinister partnership ensured they would stay in control at every turn. When The Big Dog had Wyatt set up for a Superman Punch, Joe pulled The Eater of Worlds to the outside, saving him from certain destruction. With a championship opportunity on the line, though, the alliance couldn’t last for long.

As Rollins dove toward Wyatt and Joe on the outside, The Eater of Worlds moved to the side and pushed his ally into the collision. Wyatt seized the opening to drop The Kingslayer with Sister Abigail, but Joe rushed back to break up the pinfall.

The match truly lived up to its Extreme Rules stipulation when Reigns Speared both Joe and Bálor through the barricade and Rollins Frog Splashed Wyatt through the announce table.

With three competitors reeling on the outside, Reigns and Rollins brawled inside the ring, hitting each other with their signature moves and coming inches away from a title showdown against Lesnar.

Wyatt battled his way back into the fray, but was sent to the outside with a Spear from Reigns. The Big Dog followed that attack by drilling The Architect with a Superman Punch. Bálor then dodged Reigns’ Spear attempt and capitalized with the Coup de Grace. Before Bálor could attempt the pinfall, though, Samoa Joe returned to the ring and locked in a vicious Coquina Clutch, squeezing the life out of the first Universal Champion.

With Bálor unresponsive, the official called for the bell, setting up a dream showdown between Samoa Joe and Universal Champion Brock Lesnar at WWE Great Balls of Fire.

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Seth Rollins may have slayed a King, but toppling an empire might still be a little bit beyond his reach.

In Raw’s main event — and the final preliminary bout among Sunday’s Fatal 5-Way competitors — Rollins went head-to-head with Roman Reigns and found himself laid low in The Big Dog’s yard, giving Reigns a major boost of momentum as Sunday approaches.

In a reverse of fortune — given Reigns has been banged up the last few weeks — Rollins was forced to compete at less than 100 percent after The Big Dog landed a Drive-By that sent Seth ribs-first into the ring post. The Architect stayed in the fight on pure adrenaline, but Reigns had an answer every step of the way, rebounding from a buckle bomb with an instantaneous Superman Punch.

Rollins went high not once, but twice in an attempt to put Reigns away and may have done himself in in return, aggravating his ribs with an earth-shattering Frog Splash. That breathtaking move only netted Rollins two but kept Reigns down … at least until The Big Dog avoided a Phoenix Splash, narrowly dodged The Kingslayer’s knee to the face and landed a Spear for the win.

It was a rough way to treat a man Reigns once called his brother, but like Kurt Angle said all those weeks ago: In the race for the Universal Title, it’s every man for himself.

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