Hello and welcome to WWE Raw Live Results!
I’m your host, CP Bialois, and it looks like an interesting night ahead of us.
Braun Strowman will be facing Dabbo-Kato in Raw Underground and Drew McIntyre and Keith Lee giving it another try.
Better grab some snacks and get ready to settle in.
Retribution started the night off, and the lead six members removed their hoods but kept their masks on.
It appears they are Shane Thorne, Mia Yim, Dominik Dijakovic, Dio Madden, and Kayeden Carter, and they have a contract to attack anyone at any time.
The Hurt Business came out and confronted them, but the rest of Retribution circled the ring and beat MVP, Shelton Benjamin, Bobby Lashley, and Cedric Alexander down.
A recap of Retribution and the introduction for the Triple Threat tag team match to face the Street Profits were made.
Andrade and Angel Garza vs. Seth Rollins ad Murphy vs. Humberto Carillo and Dominik Mysterio
A decent match. Rollins never took part, choosing to leave the ring when Murphy needed him to teach him a lesson.
Garza and Andrade double teamed Murphy and pinned him so they’ll face the Street Profits at Clash of Champions
Kevin Owens Show featuring Shane McMahon
After a cordial exchange, Owens called out a surprise guest, Dabba-Kato and slapped him.
Owens then called out his second surprise guest, Braun Strowman. As Shane worked to keep them calm, Aleister Black attacked Owens, ramming his goodies into the ring psot twice.
Drew McIntyre vs. Keith Lee
Curious note: there’s an ambulance parked next to the entrance ramp. Randy Orton inside maybe?
This match started kind meh as they seemed out of sync, but they seemed to hit ther stride outside the ring as we headed to commerical.
The match improved and McIntyre hit a Claymore, but Randy Orton hit him from behind with a steel chair, then jammed it into McIntyre’s injured jaw.
Orton then Punt Kicked Lee, but he gave Lee the victory by DQ, so we’re smelling a Triple Threat at Clash of Champions.
Orton cut an awesome promo where he explained his trip in the ambulance filled him with joy at knowing what he’s capable of, and promised to send McIntyre out in one at Clash of Champions.
Peyton Royce challenged Asuka to a match after Clash of Champions, but Asuka said she’s ready tonight
Raw Women’s Championship Number 1 Contender Match – Zelina Vega vs. Mickie James
A pretty good match let us see what both are capable of before Vega hit with a Backstabber for the win.
We got to see a… interesting vignette for the 24/7 championship where it appears Akira Tozawa was eaten by a shark.
Cedric Alexander (w/MVP) vs. Apollo Crews (w/Ricochet)
This started off pretty quick, but the commerical came early in the match.
Alexander allowed himself to be distracted y Ricochet, and Crews rolled him up for the pin.
The Hurt Business then came out and beat down Ricochet and Crews, with Lashley locking in his full nelson on Crews.
Raw Undergound – Arturo Ruas vs. Dolph Ziggler
This was a good fight Ziggler eventually won with a sleeper.
Rollins came to the ring and called the Mysterios out. He claimed to have proof that Rey isnlt the father of his daughter.
Oh boy, seriously?
Lana and Natalya vs. Shayna Baszler and Nia Jax
The Riott Squad (Ruby Riott and Live Morgan) were guest announcing.
Baszler and Jax won their squash match, and then put Lana through the announcer’s table with a Samoan drop.
Raw Underground – Riddick Moss vs. Erik
This was a good fight Moss won with a vicious right that knocked out Erik.
Asuka vs. Peyton Royce
This was a quick one Royce won by DQ when Zelina Vega attacked Asuka when she was about to lock in the Asuka Lock.
Raw Underground – Braun Strowman vs. Dabba-Kato
A pretty good fight, but Strowman won by knockout.
Retribution (Slapjack, T-Bar, and Mace) vs. The Hurt Business (Bobby Lashley, Shelton Benjamin, and Cedric Alexander w/ MVP)
This was a pretty good match Lashley had won when he locked Slapjack in a full nelson.
T-Bar hit him to break the hold and got Retirbution disqualified, which made no sense since he was in the match.
The entire Retribution came out, then the Raw locker room followed by Drew McIntyre.
McIntyre cleared the ring, but Orton snuck in and hit his second RKO of the night to close the show.
This wasn’t an okay show. It had its moments, but too many of the matches weren;t as good as they could be, but it’s understandable with a pay-per0view around the corner.
What did you think of the show? Let us know in the comments.
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