D-Generation X makes their way to the ring to a good reaction, but the crowd is pretty dead at the Manhattan Center. DX right now is just Shawn Michaels and Triple H.
A “DX” chant picks up. HBK says it’s been 25 years and people have been asking him for his most favorite moments. Michaels can’t remember 25 minutes ago. Michaels says one of his favorites was that time they had that sausage kielbasa thing. HBK then tries to tell the story of when they had the Santa hats on their private areas. HBK says he used to be the boss of this group, but now Triple H is the boss of everything. Triple H says this is the place where it all started 25 years ago. The crowd lit the spark that started the fire that became the inferno that is WWE. 25 years later, they’re here because of the crowd. 20 years ago, he and HBK started something special in this ring. They’d come to the ring every week with “Ravishing” Rick Rude and “The 9th Wonder of the World” Chyna. They did whatever the hell they wanted and say whatever the hell they wanted. DX has always been at the forefront of this whether it was being on the first RAW or driving a tank to WCW and starting a war or being here tonight for the 25th anniversary. The Manhattan Center for RAW is home. DX will be at the forefront of the next 25 years. It’s time to start that right now. Are you ready? Triple H then asks again. They didn’t come alone.
The New Age Outlaws make their way to the ring. “Road Dogg” Jesse James and “Bad Ass” Billy Gunn. Road Dogg goes through his old schtick before introducing X-Pac to the ring. A “1-2-3” chant picks up. X-Pac looks moved by that. This is a DX reunion, but they can’t have a 25th anniversary celebration without this guy… Razor Ramon! “Razor Ramon” Scott Hall makes his way to the ring.
We come back from the break to hear Scott Hall say, “Hey yo…” Everybody knows you can’t have a party on RAW without The Bad Guy. Hall has been watching the show from both locations. This RAW 25 thing is just too sweet.
The Balor Club makes their way to the ring to a big reception! Finn Balor, Karl Anderson, and Luke Gallows get in the ring. The Balor Club and DX then do a “Too Sweet” hand signal to a good round of applause. The Revival then make their way to the ring. Mike Chioda gets in the ring in the old blue referee shirt and a black bow tie.
Anderson and Gallows vs. The Revival
Dash and Dawson attack Anderson and Gallows from behind before the match starts. Wilder clotheslines Anderson to start the match and tags in Dawson. Dawson kicks Anderson and connects with a back elbow. Dawson drops a leg and stares at Gallows. Wilder tags back in and takes him down before applying a side headlock. Anderson runs him of, but Dawson is tagged in. Anderson takes him down with a leg lariat.
Gallows and Wilder are tagged in. Gallows clotheslines him before hitting an avalanche. Gallows big boots him before hitting a roundhouse on Wilder. They hit the Magic Killer for the win.
Winners by Pinfall: Anderson and Gallows
DX and Ramon celebrate with The balor club . Dawson turns Ramon around. Ramon throws his toothpick in his face. X-Pac hits the X-Factor. Road Dogg hits the Shake, Rattle, and Roll before Billy Gunn hits a Fame-ass-er. HBK hits some Sweet Chin Music on Wilder before Triple H drops him with a Pedigree. Balor then hits the Coup de Grace. Gunn says, “If you’re not down with that, we’ve got two words for ya…” The crowd finishes with an enthusiastic, “SUCK IT!”
Back at the Barclay’s Center, Kurt Angle makes his way to the ring with a bunch of legends. The rest of the mid to lower RAW roster then comes out. The New Day is also there. Brock Lesnar, Braun Strowman, and Kane will be out, next.