Happy RAW 25 everyone! Brawn ends it by putting Lesner through the announcers table.
Ric Flair makes an appearance for the live crowd at the Manhattan Center to close out the festivities.
It was a main event reminiscent of old school Raws, as it was short, sweet and to the point. Gallows and Anderson hit the Magic Killer, won the match, and then all of DX hit their finishes — capped off by Finn Balor landing the Coup de Grace.
And now, for the presumptive main event of the evening, Gallows & Anderson take on The Revival.
This just became ‘Too Sweet' as Balor Club entered the fray and threw ‘em up.
And Scott Hall caps it all off.
The New Age Outlaws and X-Pac join the DX party in the ring.
Shawn Michaels and Triple H - DX has arrived at the Manhattan Center.
The Dudleys save the RAW 25 crowd from chants of "This Is Boring."
The Miz made the trip across the river, going from the Barclays Center to the Manhattan Center. He got a raucous applause upon his entrance.
Well that was a very unexpected John Cena appearance. We all came in thinking Undertaker angle. But apparently not.
Jeff Hardy out post-match and he serenades the Manhattan Center crowd with a song - promising that Bray Wyatt will "fade away and classify himself as obsolete". Will he return as Brother Nero when he gets cleared? Perhaps.
Spoke too soon, as the Manhattan Center crowd gets Woken Matt Hardy against Bray Wyatt and immediately does a 180.
The Manhattan Center crowd is growing a bit restless, with only one segment thus far in the show originating from this location. Even though that one segment was the Undertaker, the only in-ring action has been the two short cruiserweight matches.
More cruiserweight action at the Manhattan Center as Akira Tozawa and Hideo Itami take on Drew Gulak and Tony Nese.
Needless to say, The MIZ IC title win over Roman Reigns played well for the smart fans in Brooklyn at RAW 25
The winner and new Intercontinental champion, The Miz. After two skull-crushing finales and a head shot to an exposed turnbuckle, Miz defeated Reigns to become an eight-time IC champ - now just one reign behind Chris Jericho for the most all-time. The Manhattan Center crowd watching via satellite exploded in applause.
RAW is MIZ
The Undertaker, as he did on the very first Monday Night Raw, enters the ring at Manhattan Center. Complete with a Howard Finkel introduction!
During the commercial break, we got some cruiserweight action from the Manhattan Center between Lince Dorado and Mustafa Ali. The ref is even rocking the short sleeved blue shirt and the bowtie.
The Manhattan Center feed carries on through commercial breaks as the eight-woman tag team match continues from Barclays.
Jerry Lawler and Jim Ross at the commentary table, complete with the old school giant video monitors. Lawler keeping the crowd entertained during the commercial break.
Yeah there's no better way to start RAW 25 than with a few stunners.
The McMahons celebrate RAW 25
Our commentary team from the Manhattan Center: Jim Ross and Jerry Lawler.