In the past couple of weeks since Jey Uso made his way to Monday Night Raw, he has had a target on his back. Who is after Jey Uso? Drew McIntyre. Drew McIntyre isn’t too keen on having Jey Uso on Monday Night Raw. He also is not a huge fan of Jey getting title opportunities before him. Jey was on The Bump this past week, where he apologized to Drew. Moments later, he reneged his apology due to McIntyre putting him through a table on last Monday night. Jey went on to tell Drew if he wanted him, he is going to give him what he wants on a silver platter this Monday night (tonight). Will Drew finally end his pursuit of Jey Uso? Will Jey Uso finally get to focus on more opportunities? Find out what happened below.

Raw Recap

“Main Event” Jey Uso makes his way to the ring and is wearing a shirt that says, “YEET,” on it. This word was apparently removed from his arsenal last week. Jey Uso welcomes everyone to Monday Night Raw. Jey says he’s got “YEET” back and is excited about that. He’s also excited about CM Punk being in the building. Tonight, CM Punk will decide if he wants to sign with Raw or not. If they want Punk on Raw, they can shout, “YEET.” The crowd shouts it loudly. Last week, we lost Sami Zayn, so Jey wishes him well in his recovery. A “Sami” chant picks up. Zayn was taken out at the hands of Drew McIntyre. McIntyre came after them all last week. McIntyre isn’t trying to be honest. Tonight, he’ll be face-to-face with the “YEET-Master.” McIntyre’s music cuts Jey off.

Drew McIntyre walks out onto the stage, and the crowd boos him. McIntyre says he’s heard enough “arse-kissing” from Jey Uso. The Raw locker room is already in a bad state because of Jey. McIntyre implores Raw General Manager Adam Pearce to let CM Punk go and sign with Nick Aldis on SmackDown. McIntyre says CM Punk should not be in the locker room because he’ll destroy the place from the inside out. McIntyre has traveled the world with Pupnk and knows what he’s like. McIntyre knows how this story ends. A “CM Punk” chant picks up.

McIntyre wants to talk to Jey. He knows Jey is mad about Seth Rollins, but he made it personal. McIntyre says he may have had a little to do with Sami Zayn being home. Zayn ran his mouth too much and talked about his family. McIntyre did leave him with one good leg, but he still apologizes. McIntyre tells Jey that’s a real apology, something Jey is incapable of giving. McIntyre gets on the apron. McIntyre wants to play a social experiment. If someone hurt their family, would they want revenge? The crowd agrees. If they didn’t apologize, would they want revenge? The crowd sees where this is going and lightly agrees. McIntyre says Jey has everyone fooled and mocks his dance. Jey says McIntyre cannot dance and asks the crowd if they want to see him get a “YEETdown.” They do.

“Main Event” Jey Uso vs. Drew McIntyre

The bell rings, and Jey punches away at McIntyre. McIntyre hasn’t taken his jacked off yet. Jey knocks McIntyre over the top rope, and McIntyre is irate at ringside.

Back from the break, Jey punches McIntyre to the corner. McIntyre reverses a whip to the opposite corner, but Jey puts the brakes on. McIntyre quickly clubs Jey down and puts him on the apron. Jey quickly kicks him back and goes to the top rope for a diving cross-body block for a two-count. McIntyre reverses a whip to the corner and quickly kicks Jey in the midsection to take him down. McIntyre mounts Jey and punches away at him. McIntyre powers Jey up and slams him with a vertical suplex. McIntyre stomps the back of the head. Jey blocks a right hand and punches back at McIntyre. McIntyre reverses a whip and connects with a back elbow to take Jey down. McIntyre hooks a front facelock and powers him into the corner. McIntyre chops the chest. Jey rolls out of the ring to recover, so McIntyre follows him outside. McIntyre sizes him up and charges for a Claymore Kick, but he lands on the commentary table when Jey moves. Jey quickly gets in the ring and drops the Scottish Warrior with a suicide dive. McIntyre is irate that he let Jey back into this match as he lays on the ringside mats.

We come back from the break to see Jey fighting out of a superplex and knocking McIntyre into the tree of woe position. Jey stands on the top rope, but McIntyre sits up and slams him to the mat with a belly-to-belly superplex. During the commercial break, McIntyre connected with a guillotine catapult into the metal framing of the ring.

Back to live action, Jey punches away at McIntyre, does a little dance, and rocks him with a right hand. McIntyre responds with a Glasgow Kiss that takes him down. McIntyre charges, but Jey puts him on the apron. McIntyre punches him back and goes to the top rope. McIntyre dives, but Jey moves. Jey superkicks McIntyre and punches him before hitting a Samoan Drop for a two-count. Jey slowly gets to his feet and sizes McIntyre up. McIntyre crawls to the corner. Jey goes for a running hip attack, but McIntyre moves and connects with a neckbreaker. Both men lay there for a few moments until McIntyre kips up. McIntyre looks sinisterly into the camera before staring at Jey. McIntyre crouches down in the corner and stalks Jey. McIntyre counts down and charges for a Claymore Kick, but Jey counters with a superkick. Jey hits a second superkick to take him down. Jey scurries up to the top rope and dives for an Uso Splash, but McIntyre gets the knees up! McIntyre hits a Future Shock DDT and covers. 1… 2… Jey kicks out!

McIntyre is furious and removes the top turnbuckle pad. McIntyre looks to Jey and charges, but Jey cuts him off with a Spear for a near fall! The referee sees the turnbuckle pad off and starts to deal with that. While the referee is distracted, McIntyre digs his thumb into Jey’s eyes! Jey screams in pain. McIntyre goes to the corner and connects with a Claymore Kick for the win.

Winner by Pinfall: Drew McIntyre