We head into the arena in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where Renee Young, Booker T, and Sam Roberts welcome us to the show. We join Tom Phillips in the Social Media Lounge, and he informs us that his guest later on tonight will be Sami Zayn. We rejoin the panel and they hype the WWE Network and then talk about the match for the WWE Raw Tag Team Championship, where the Champions, The New Day will defend against Cesaro and Sheamus. Roberts says the WWE Universe has always liked The New Day, but are beginning to rally behind Cesaro and Sheamus. Roberts says Cesaro and Sheamus have made the best out of a bad situation. Booker says New Day has always turned nothing into something, but tonight will be their toughest test yet. Booker says even if New Day has to throw in some shenanigans, they will do what they need to do to win by any means necessary. Roberts picks Cesaro and Sheamus to win, as does Booker T.
Renee reminds us of the match on the preshow, Big Cass vs. Rusev, but says the panel will break down the feud and match between Sasha Banks and Charlotte after the break.
Back from the break, we take a look at the video hype package for the feud between the WWE Raw Women’s Champion, Sasha Banks, and the number one contender, Charlotte. Bayley joins the preshow panel for the breakdown of the match, and says, so far, she is the one and only Iron Woman in WWE. Bayley says Sasha has a bigger point to prove with Charlotte tonight, because it is the end of their rivalry. Booker says you have to push yourself farther than ever in an Iron Man Match and asks Bayley what it will take for her to end up in Charlotte or Sasha’s spot. Bayley says this is the end of Charlotte and Sasha’s feud and she is mentally and physically ready to take one of their spots. Bayley picks Sasha to retain the title, as does Roberts, but Booker goes with Charlotte. Renee informs us that the panel will breakdown the match between Seth Rollins and Chris Jericho after the break.
Back from the break, we see the video hype package for the feud between Seth Rollins and Chris Jericho. Renee asks if it wasn’t for Chris Jericho, would Seth Rollins be the Universal Champion. Roberts says not necessarily, but Booker says that is exactly the case. Booker says Rollins wants to be the best, but he has ran into a bump in the road. Booker says Rollins is going to have to find a way to get through Jericho tonight and Rene says the winner of the match would have to be considered the number one contender for the Universal Championship. Roberts says Rollins has been focused on Triple H, but he better get focused on Jericho. Booker picks Rollins to get the win tonight, and Roberts goes with Jericho. Renee informs us that the panel will break down the feud between Sami Zayn and Broaun Strowman after the break.
We take a look back at last Monday’s Raw, where Mick Foley tricked Sami Zayn into thinking Zayn was traded to Smackdown to fire Zayn up for the match against Strowman. Booker says what Foley did was the right thing to do. Booker says what Zayn wants to do is stupid and Renee asks if Zayn has any chance to go the full ten minutes against Strowman. Roberts says the WWE Universe wants Zayn to succeed, but tonight may not be the best opportunity to do that. We head back to the Social Media Lounge with Tom Phillips and Sami Zayn. Someone asks if Zayn has any fear steeping into the ring with Strowman. Zayn says every man has fear, but he also knows what he is capable of doing to Strowman. Someone asks Zayn what his strategy is. We head back to the panel and Booker and Roberts both pick Strowman to win.
We take a look at the press conference in the United Kingdom where Triple H announced the two-day tournament on January 14th and 15th to crown the first-ever WWE United Kingdom Champion, which will air live on the WWE Network.
We rejoin the panel and they are joined by T.J. Perkins. Perkins says The Brian Kendrick is his biggest threat tonight, but he is not overlooking Rich Swann either. Roberts says it does seem like Perkins is looking Swann and that could cost him tonight.
We take a look back to Raw two weeks ago when Rusev ambushed Enzo Amore in a hotel room. Booker says he would have done exactly what Rusev did, while Roberts says he would do exactly what Enzo did. We see that the match between Big Cass and Rusev is up next.
Big Cass (w/Enzo Amore) vs. Rusev (w/Lana
They tie up and Cass backs Rusev into the corner and delivers right hands. Cass sends Rusev to the opposite corner and then takes him down with a big boot. Rusev rolls to the outside to regain himself as we head to a break.
We’re back and Cass is still in control of Rusev in the ring. Cass delivers an elbow shot in the corner and then beats him down against the ropes. Cass delivers a big right hand to Rusev, who tries to escape through the ropes. Rusev counters with an elbow shot and then delivers a few right hands to Cass. Rusev goes for a superkick, but Cass catches Rusev and slams him down. Cass delivers the Empire Elbow and splashes Rusev in the corner. Rusev rolls to the ring apron and Cass goes for a big boot, but Rusev drops down to the floor. Cass goes out after Rusev, who goes over the barricade. Cass follows Rusev and they battle in the crowd. Lana pushes Rusev from behind and Rusev blasts Enzo from behind. Rusev rolls back into the ring and the referee calls for the bell as Cass has been counted out.
Winner via countout: Rusev.
We rejoin the panel and Booker says that’s why Cass should not be battling Enzo’s battles for him, and that a win is a win for Rusev. The panel turns the talk to the feud between Kevin Owens and Roman Reigns. Booker says he wants to see the Owens that did whatever it took to win. Booker says if Reigns overlooks Owens because of the drama between Owens and Chris Jericho, Reigns will be in for a rude awakening tonight. Booker says he cannot wait to see the match and Roberts says there are a lot of members of the WWE Universe that do not like Reigns and do not want him as the champion, and that will not change tonight. Roberts and Booker both pick Owens to retain the title.
We take a look at the video hype package for the feud between Kevin Owens and Roman Reigns as the preshow comes to a close.
WWE Roadblock: End of the Line opens with a video hype package focusing on the main feuds tonight, Kevin Owens vs. Roman Reigns and Sasha Banks vs. Charlotte. We go into the arena where Michael Cole, Bryon Saxton, and Corey Graves welcome us to the show.
WWE Raw Tag Team Championship Match: The New Day (Big E and Kofi Kingston w/ Xavier Woods) (c) vs. Cesaro and Sheamus
Cesaro dropkicks Kingston and goes for a cover, but Kingston kicks out at one. Cesaro delivers a couple uppercuts, but Kingston counters and gets his boots to Cesaro’s face. Kingston comes off the ropes, but Cesaro catches him. Cesaro goes for a suplex, but Kingston lands on his feet. Cesaro and Kingston exchange offensive moves and each land on their feet, but then Sheamus takes Kingston down with a cheap shot. Cesaro tags in Sheamus, who takes Kingston down and goes for the cover, but Kingston kicks out again. Sheamus takes Kingston down with a rolling senton and tags in Cesaro. Cesaro double stomps onto Kingston and goes for the cover, but Kingston kicks out at two. Sheamus tags back in and applies a headlock to Kingston down on the mat. Kingston counters with a jaw-breaker, but Sheamus knocks Big E down to the floor. Cesaro tags in and delivers a corner uppercut and then nails Kingston with another uppercut in mid-air. Cesaro goes for the cover, but Kingston kicks out at two. Cesaro sends Kingston to the corner and charges, but Kingston moves and Cesaro goes shoulder-first into the ring post. Big E is still down on the floor an Sheamus tags in. Kingston sends Sheamus to the floor and looks for Big E, but Big E is still down. Sheamus goes for the Ten Beats, but Big E finally gets on the apron and tags in. Big E spears Sheamus down to the floor. Big E tosses Sheamus back into the ring and delivers the Big Splash. Big E goes for the cover, but Sheamus kicks out at two. Sheamus comes back and drapes Big E over the top rope and goes for the Brogue Kick, but Big E counters into a power bomb. Big E goes for the cover, but Sheamus kicks out at two. Big E goes for the Big Ending, but Sheamus gets out and kicks Big E in the face. Cesaro tags in and Cesaro and Sheamus take Big E down with a double-team White Noise. Cesaro goes for the cover, but Big E kicks out at two. Cesaro takes Big E down with a spinning corkscrew uppercut and then goes to swing him. Kingston goes after Cesaro, but Sheamus goes after Kingston. Kingston moves and Sheamus hits Cesaro. Sheamus gets sent to the floor and Xavier Woods kicks Cesaro. Big E delivers the Big Ending to Cesaro and goes for the cover, but Cesaro kicks out at two. Kingston kicks Sheamus in the face, but Sheamus grabs Kingston leg and Cesaro sends Big E to the floor. Cesaro swings Kingston as Sheamus delivers a Brogue Kick to Big E. Cesaro locks in the Sharpshooter, but Woods gets on the apron. Sheamus chases Woods away as Kingston taps and the referee doesn’t see it. Kingston goes for a small package roll-up, but Cesaro counters and hits the Neutralizer. Cesaro goes for the cover, but Big E breaks up the count. Cesaro tosses Big E to the floor and Sheamus tags in. Cesaro takes Big E out with a plancha over the top rope. Sheamus sets up for the Brogue Kick on Kingston, but Xavier pushes Kingston out of the way. Kingston hits Sheamus with an S.O.S. and goes for the cover, but Sheamus kicks out at two. Cesaro and Sheamus fake a tag and Kingston tries to pin Cesaro, but Sheamus rolls up Kingston from behind and gets the pin fall.
Winners and new WWE Raw Tag Team Champions: Sheamus and Cesaro.
After the match, New Day hands over the tag titles as Cesaro hugs them, but Sheamus grabs the titles and celebrates in the corner. Cesaro goes to celebrate with the fans as Sheamus is left alone in the ring.
Sheamus walks up the ramp with both tag titles, but Cesaro chases him down and takes his title belt.
We go backstage and see Kevin Owens. Charly Caruso asks him if he is scared that his fate will be the same as The New Day’s tonight. He asks if she is trying to insult him or if she is bad at her job. He says he is better than The New Day, Cesaro, and Sheamus, and definitely better than Roman Reigns. He says he is the longest-reigning WWE Universal Champion of all-time. Owens gets offended when she asks about Chris Jericho, and says he and Jericho are unconditionally best friends forever. Jericho walks in and Owens tries to apologize, but adds in that it is not his fault that they lost on Monday. Jericho goes to walk away, but Owens grabs his arm. Owens hands Jericho a Christmas present and inside is a holiday scarf. Jericho throws the scarf at Owens and walks away.
We see a video hype package for the Royal Rumble Match and the Royal Rumble Pay-Per-View, which is on Sunday, January 29th, only on the WWE Network.
Singles Match in which Sami Zayn Must Last Ten Minutes: Sami Zayn vs. Braun Strowman
Zayn tries some quick offense in the first minute, but Strowman is not affected and tosses Zayn across the ring by the throat. Zayn goes to the outside, but Strowman follows him out. Strowman clubs Zayn across the chest and tosses him back into the ring. Strowman chokes Zayn over the middle rope and then drops him down to the mat. Strowman delivers a chop to Zayn and chokes him in the ropes again. Strowman backs away and charges, but Zayn pulls the ropes down and Strowman hits the floor. Strowman lands on his feet and Zayn launches out onto him. Strowman catches Zayn and slams him against the ring apron. Strowman splashes Zayn in the corner and delivers a big clothesline. Strowman goes for the cover, but then pulls Zayn up at one. Strowman clubs Zayn across the face a few times and the referee backs Strowman away from Zayn. Strowman clubs Zayn again and goes or the cover, but pulls Zayn up at two. Strowman tells Zayn to look at the clock, which is still over five minutes. Strowman chops Zayn again and slams him down to the mat. Strowman drops Zayn with a forearm shiver and then clubs him across the chest again. Zayn keeps getting to his feet and keeps getting slammed to the mat by Strowman. Strowman turns Zayn inside-out with a clothesline and then drops him with another clothesline. Strowman slams Zayn down to the mat and Mick Foley walks down the ramp with a white towel. Strowman tells Foley to throw the towel in and Foley says no. Strowman sends Zayn out to the floor and he lands at Foley’s feet. Strowman yells at Foley to throw the towel in again but Zayn tells him not to. Zayn grabs the towel and throws it into the crowd. Strowman clubs Zayn from behind again and tells Foley this is on his hands. Strowman charges at Zayn, but Zayn moves and Strowman crashes into the ring post. Zayn and Strowman stagger around the ring. Strowman charges at Zayn, but Zayn moves again and Strowman crashes through the barricade. Zayn rolls back into the ring, as does Strowman at the count of nine. Strowman charges at Zayn again, but Zayn moves and Strowman goes shoulder-first into the ring post. Zayn takes Strowman down with a cross-body and goes for the cover, but Strowman kicks out at two and sends Zayn to the floor. Zayn delivers the Helluva Kick and the clock runs out and Sami Zayn is declared the winner of the match.
Winner via lasting 10 minutes: Sami Zayn.
We take a look back at Triple H’s press conference where he announced a two-night tournament in the United Kingdom to crown the first-ever WWE United Kingdom Champion. The tournament will take place on January 14 and 15, 2017, exclusively on the WWE Network.
We take a look at the video hype package for the feud between Seth Rollins and Chris Jericho.
Seth Rollins vs. Chris Jericho
They tie up and Rollins quickly takes Jericho down. They tie up again and Jericho applies a side-headlock. Rollins sends Jericho off the ropes, but Jericho takes him down with a shoulder block. They tie up again and Jericho applies a wrist-lock. Rollins gets free and applies a wrist-lock of his own. Rollins takes Jericho down with an arm-drag and works over Jericho’s shoulder. Rollins kicks Jericho in the chest and chops him into the corner. Rollins delivers a few right hands and then sends Jericho to the opposite corner. Rollins charges, but Jericho gets a boot up and takes Rollins down with a dropkick. Jericho goes for the cover, but Rollins kicks out. Jericho slams Rollins down to the mat with a gut-buster and goes for another cover, but Rollins kicks out again. Jericho backs Rollins into the corner and delivers a few chops and then slams him in the back of the head. Jericho sends Rollins to the opposite corner, but Rollins comes right back with a clothesline. Rollins sends Jericho off the ropes and goes for a superkick, but Jericho holds on and rolls to the floor. Rollins gets on the ring apron and delivers a knee to Jericho’s face. Rollins slams Jericho into the barricade and then tosses him back into the ring. Jericho hides behind the referee and then rakes Rollins’ eyes. Jericho takes Rollins down and then goes for the Codebreaker, but Rollins catapults Jericho into the corner. Rollins gets on the apron and delivers some clubbing blows to Jericho, but the referee separates them and Jericho dropkicks Rollins to the floor.
Rollins rolls back into the ring at the nine count, but Jericho continues the beat down in the ring. Jericho applies a submission down on the mat, but Rollins fights to his feet. Rollins kicks Jericho in the midsection and comes off the ropes, but Jericho counters with a dropkick. Jericho goes for the cover, but Rollins kicks out at two. Jericho chokes Rollins over the middle rope, but Rollins comes back with rights and left and delivers a kick to Jericho. Rollins comes off the ropes, but Jericho cuts him off with a knee. Jericho goes for the Walls of Jericho, but Rollins gets free and delivers an enzuiguri to Jericho. Jericho comes back and kicks Rollins in the face and goes for the bulldog, but Rollins sends Jericho into the turnbuckle. Rollins delivers a series of right hands and then takes Jericho down with the Slingblade. Rollins delivers a couple forearms in the corner and throws Jericho down to the mat. Rollins delivers a Slingblade from the top rope and goes for the cover, but Jericho kicks out at two. Rollins kicks Jericho in the midsection and goes for the Pedigree, but Jericho counters and goes for the Walls. Rollins counters, but Jericho connects with an enzuiguri. Jericho goes for the Lionsault, but Rollins sends Jericho out to the floor. Rollins takes Jericho out with a suicide dive through the middle rope and then tosses Jericho back into the ring. Rollins comes off the ropes, but Jericho catches him and locks in the Walls of Jericho. Rollins gets to the ropes to break the hold. Rollins takes Jericho down and goes for the frogsplash, but Jericho moves out of the way. Jericho connects with the Lionsault and goes for the cover, but Rollins kicks out at two.
Rollins comes back and hits the Falcon Arrow and goes for the cover, but Jericho kicks out at two. Rollins and Jericho counter each other with roll-throughs and then Jericho locks in the Walls again. Rollins counters again and sends Jericho to the apron. Jericho climbs up top and jumps, but Rollins kicks him in the midsection. Rollins delivers another kick to Jericho’s face and then connects with the frogsplash. Kevin Owens rushes the ring and Rollins takes him out when he gets on the ring apron. Jericho rolls up Rollins, but the referee was with Owens and Rollins is able to kick out. Rollins goes for the Pedigree, but Jericho counters and Jericho tells Owens to go away and yells at him. Rollins delivers the running knee and then hits Jericho with a Pedigree and gets the pin fall.
Winner: Seth Rollins.
We see an ad for the WWE Network and then take a look back at the match on the preshow between Big Cass and Rusev. We then see Big Cass and Rusev will have a rematch on Monday Night Raw tomorrow night.
Austin Aries joins the commentary team for the next match.
WWE Cruiserweight Championship Triple Threat Match: Rich Swann (c) vs. T.J. Perkins vs. The Brian Kendrick
My Network feed cut out for a bit, but it comes back to Swann taking Kendrick and Perkins down with a double-hurricanrana. Perkins comes back and locks in a knee-bar on Swann as Kendrick is down and out on the floor. Swann gets to the ropes, but the hold doesn’t have to be broken under triple threat rules, but Perkins breaks it anyway. Kendrick gets back into the ring, but Perkins and Swann double-superkick him. Swann drops Perkins with a superkick and gets the pin fall.
Winner and still WWE Cruiserweight Champion: Rich Swann.
After the match, Neville makes his return and beats down Swann and Perkins. Neville tosses Swann and Perkins back into the ring and stands tall over both of them before leaving the ring.
We see Kevin Owens walking backstage. He tries to enter Chris Jericho’s locker room, but the door is locked. Owens talks through the door and says he was just trying to help earlier and was trying to make things better. Owens says their friendship is stronger than that, but Jericho doesn’t open the door. Owens tells Jericho to put his name at the very top of The List. Owens says best friends don’t stay mad at each other and tells Jericho that he is hurting his feelings.
We take a look at the video hype package for the feud and final match between Sasha Banks and Charlotte.
WWE Raw Women’s Championship 30-Minute Iron Woman Match: Sasha Banks (c) vs. Charlotte Flair
They tie up and neither woman can gain and advantage. Four minutes in, we are still scoreless as the women exchange pin fall attempts. Charlotte stomps away on Sasha, but Sasha counters with kicks to the face. Sasha sends Charlotte to the corner and delivers a chop and then takes Charlotte down with an arm-drag. Sasha goes for the Bank Statement, but Charlotte gets away and goes to the floor. Charlotte drives her shoulder into Sasha’s midsection and goes for the cover, but Sasha kicks out quickly. Sasha comes back with a back-slide, but Charlotte kicks out.
Ten Minutes into the match, Sasha applies a nasty-looking submission to Charlotte, but Charlotte doesn’t tap and breaks the hold. Charlotte sends Sasha to the outside and Sasha crashes face-first into the steel steps. Charlotte grabs Sasha and tosses her back into the ring. Charlotte goes for the cover, but Sasha kicks out at two. Charlotte beats down Sasha and stomps away on her in the ring. Charlotte chokes Sasha over the bottom rope and then stomps away on her some more. Charlotte tosses Sasha into the corner and then tosses her down to the mat. Charlotte drops the knee three times and goes for the cover, but Sasha kicks out at two. Charlotte applies a headlock down on the mat and slams Sasha’s face into the mat. Sasha rolls Charlotte up, but Charlotte quickly kicks out.Sasha tries to fight back, but Charlotte takes her to the corner and slams her down to the mat. Charlotte goes for the cover, but Sasha kicks out at two. Charlotte gets a quick fall right after to go up 1-0 (sorry, Internet issues again).
After Charlotte gets the fall, Charlotte goes on cruise control, but Sasha comes right back and rolls Charlotte up to even the score at 1-1. Charlotte beats Sasha down and goes for the moonsault, but Sasha moves and locks in the Bank Statement. Charlotte taps out and Sasha goes up 2-1. Charlotte comes back and attacks Sasha and works over Sasah’s knee. Charlotte stomps away on Sasha’s knee in the corner and goes for the Figure-Eight, but Sasha counters with a right hand. Charlotte wraps Sasha’s knee around the ring post a few times and then works over it with elbow drops in the ring. Charlotte applies a knee bar and then takes out Sasha’s knee again. Sasha goes for a roll-up, but Charlotte counters and applies the knee bar again. Charlotte applies the Figure-Four and Sasha holds on for two minutes, but then Charlotte changed it to the Figure-Eight and Sasha taps out as time expires. We are tied 2-2 and heading for sudden death overtime.
Charlotte goes for the Figure-Eight, but Sasha counters out of it. Charlotte slams Sasha down to the mat, but Sasha gets a quick roll-up. Charlotte kicks out again and Sasha is busted open. Sasha connects with the back-stabber and locks in the Bank Statement, but Charlotte counters into the Figure-Four and then the Figure-Eight, and Sasha taps out.
Winner and new WWE Raw Women’s Champion: Charlotte Flair.
After the match, Sasha is helped to the back by the referee and doctor as Charlotte stands tall with her title.
We see another video hype package for the Royal Rumble Pay-Per-View, which is on Sunday, January 29th and only on the WWE Network.
We see the video hype package for the feud between Kevin Owens and Roman Reigns.
WWE Universal Championship Match: Kevin Owens (c) vs. Roman Reigns
Owens ducks to the outside when the bell rings. Reigns follows him out and deliver a few right hands. Reigns slams Owens into the announce table and rolls him back into the ring. Owens comes back and delivers some clubbing shots to Reigns back and then takes him down with a headlock take-down. Reigns gets free and takes Owens down and goes for the cover, but Owens kicks out at two. Reigns clotheslines Owens in the corner a few times, but Owens ducks out of the ring. Reigns goes out after Owens and throws him into the barricade. Reigns takes apart the announce table, but Owens takes him down and tosses him back into the ring. Owens kicks Reigns in the face and comes off the ropes, but Reigns counters with a few big clotheslines. Reigns goes for the Superman Punch, but Owens ducks to the floor. Owens goes to the timekeeper’s area and Reigns follows, but Owens gains the advantage and slams Reigns into the steel steps. Owens tosses Reigns back into the ring and applies a headlock down on the mat. Owens picks Reigns up and delivers a neck-breaker. Owens goes for the cover, but Reigns kicks out at two. Owens goes back to the headlock down on the mat. Reigns fights to his feet, but Owens slams him back down. Owens goes for a splash, but Reigns moves out of the way. Owens and Reigns exchange right hands and the Reigns takes Owens down with a big clothesline. Reigns clotheslines Owens in the corner and comes off the ropes, but Owens counters with a forearm shot. Owens clocks Reigns in the face and takes him down with a German suplex. Owens goes for the Cannonball, but Reigns counters with a big boot. Reigns goes for the cover, but Owens kicks out at two. Owens comes back and takes Reigns down and then connects with the Cannonball. Reigns comes back with a Superman Punch and goes for the cover, but Owens kicks out at two. Reigns stomps away on Owens and then goes for a superplex from the top. Owens fights out with shots to the ribs and an elbow to the face. Reigns comes back with a Superman Punch to Owens and then goes for the superplex again, but Owens counters and slams Reigns down to the mat. Owens goes for the cover, but Reigns kicks out at two. Owens goes for a swanton bomb, but Reigns gets his knees up to counter. Reigns sets up for the Spear, but Owens rolls to the outside. Reigns connects with the Drive-By and tosses Owens back into the ring. Owens rolls out the other side and goes for another Drive-By, but Owens moves and delivers a superkick to Reigns. Owens superkicks Reigns onto the announce table and goes to the timekeeper’s area. Owens delivers a frogsplash onto Reigns, and then another, and both men crash through the table. Owens and Reigns get back into the ring and Owens deliver another frogsplash. Owens goes for the cover, but Reigns kicks out at two. Owens goes for the Pop-up Powerbomb, but Reigns counters. Reigns lifts Owens and delivers his own powerbomb. Reigns goes for the cover, but Owens kicks out at two. Owens comes back and delivers the Pop-up Powerbomb and goes for the cover, but Reigns gets his foot on the rope at two. Owens grabs the Universal Championship and goes to hit Reigns with it, but Reigns connects with a Spear. Chris Jericho runs to the ring and hits Kevin Owens with a Codebreaker and the referee calls for the bell.
Winner via disqualification and still WWE Universal Champion: Kevin Owens.
After the match, Jericho hands the title to Owens and raises his hand in the air. Jericho and Owens hug in the ring as Reigns looks on from the floor. Owens and Jericho leave the ring and walk up the ramp, but Seth Rollins’ music hits and he comes to the stage to block their way. Reigns delivers a Spear to Owens and Rollins Pedigrees Jericho in the ring. Rollins tosses Jericho to the floor and he and Reigns power bomb Jericho through the other announce table. Owens tries to escape, but Rollins runs him down and throws him down on the stage. Reigns and Rollins power bomb Owens through the main announce table by the entrance ramp. Rollins and Reigns stand tall as Owens is down and out as Roadblock: End of the Line comes to a close.