Drew McIntyre & Randy Orton Continued To Brawl After WWE Raw Went Off The Air

An early ending in the US...

WWE kicked off the build to Survivor Series on last night's episode of Monday Night Raw. Sheamus, AJ Styles and Keith Lee all emerged victorious from their qualifying matches and will represent Team Raw on November 22. As will Lana, who won a Fatal 4-Way against Nikki Cross, Peyton Royce and Lacey Evans to earn the red brand's final place in the Women's Survivor Series Elimination Match. 

In the final segment, Randy Orton was the special guest on A Moment of Bliss. Alexa recalled The Viper's history with Bray Wyatt, planting the seeds for a future feud, but she was interrupted by Drew McIntyre who charged to the ring and attacked Orton. The Scottish Psychopath and his nemesis then briefly brawled before the lights went out and the sounds synonymous with The Fiend played in the arena. 

When the lights came back on, Orton had retreated to the ramp, but Wyatt had emerged behind him. Rather than face his former ally, the WWE Champion took his chances with McIntyre and Raw went off the air in the United States while Orton was beating down Drew on the announcers' table. 

Raw remained on the air for another couple of minutes in the UK and Canada, however, and fans witnessed McIntyre reverse Orton's attack and stab a pen into The Viper's eye. Drew then shouted, "You brought this on yourself, Randy!" as Raw finally came to an end.  

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