History On Monday Night Raw…

The New Day were attempting to make history on Raw by breaking the record of longest reigning tag team champions previously held by the team of Demolition, to do this, the New day had to defend their championships once more in a triple threat match and by holding back the challengers Sheamus & Cesaro and Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson.

The New Day didn’t outlast Cesaro & Sheamus and Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson so much as they outwitted them to secure the victory, in the end Kofi Kingston pinned Sheamus to retain however while the celebrations might have been in the air, history would have to wait…

Stephanie McMahon granted Kevin Owens and “Supposed” best friend Chris Jericho a tag team championship match set for the main event, not to be out done, Mick Foley added the team of Seth Rollins & Roman Reigns to make yet another triple threat match for the titles…

Lighting would strike twice, with the same way they won the first triple threat match, The New Day won pull off the win again, leaving Monday Night Raw and entering the history books as the longest reigning champions of all time.

I am really glad that history was made because if we had new champions by night’s end, it wouldn’t have been just me that would be pissed, after all why would you give the New Day such a run with the belts if you didn’t mean for them to break the record.

Congratulations to the New Day, still your Raw Tag Team Champions

MajorMadMike

Been a fan of the WWE since 2000, watched a few from the early years online, wasn’t a fan of where the “Powers that be” were taking the company but it has gotten better with the brand split, I thought that it was a format that worked