Hello and welcome to WWE Raw Legends Night Live Results!
I’m your host, CP Bialois, and it looks like we’re in for a fun stroll down memory lane with some old favorite and current stars as the WWE brings back the legends.
There’s also a WWE Championship match between Drew McIntyre (c) and Keith Lee, and with Sheamus, The MIz and John Morrison lurking around is the title safe?
We’ll find out later on, but until then WWE Raw Legends Night Live Results are going to grab some snacks and settle in for the 8 p.m. EST showtime.
MIz TV featuring the New Day
Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods took over the segment, proclaiming it theirs and taunting the Miz, doing a better job of being him than, well, then Miz does.
Teddy Long came out and accidentally told Miz and Morrison they’ll face the Undertaker, then changed it to a tag match against New Day.
Gee, we never saw this match coming. It’s great to see Teddy Long again, though.
The New Day (Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods) vs. The Miz and John Morrison
This match started off largely one-sided as the New Day dominated until we headed to commercial.
The match was far more competitive after the commercial, but Woods hit a shining laser on Morrison for the pin.
In an interview, Randy Orton said he showed Alexa Bliss mercy and compassion last week, and that’s how he changed after facing the Fiend.
He then said he hated himself but realizes there are no boundaries for him to cross and will take a walk and remind the legends why he’s the Legend Killer.
AJ Styles (w/Omos) vs. Elias (w/Jaxson Ryker)
This started off as a slow burn as they felt each other out, but Elias gained the upper hand after press slamming Styles on the top turnbuckle then knocking him to the floor as we headed to commercial.
A back and forth match ended shortly after we came back with a series of big hits by Styles, finishing with a Styles Clash for the pin.
Ryker went to hit Styles with Elias’ guitar, but Omos intercepted it with a big boot, destroying the guitar. Ryker hurried out of the ring.
Orton tried to antagonize the Big Show backstage, but Show took the higher road. Orton told him he was afraid to face him and walked away.
Asuka and Charlotte Flair (w/Ric Flair) vs. Peyton Royce and Lacey Evans
This started off pretty well, but broke down to action in and out of the ring as we headed to commercial.
Ric may have had a hand in it as he antagonized Evans and put his daughter in a bad position.
The match ended up being a pretty good one that ended when Ric tripped Charlotte at the ropes for Royce to roll her up for the win.
Guess Evans flirting with him worked.
Riddle vs. Bobby Lashley (w/MVP)
Riddle started it off fast by attacking Lashley from behind before the bell rang, but Lashley leveled the playing field after driving Riddle head first into the ring post as we headed to commericial.
Lashley dominated and Riddle tapped out of the Hurt Lock, but the referee didn’t see it, and Riddle rolled Lashley up while he was distracted for the upset win.
Orton confronted Mark Henry backstage and gave him a pass while mocking him for needing a scooter to get around.
Dana Brooke vs. Shayna Baszler
This was supposed to be Mandy Rose against Baszler, but Baszler attacked her from behind on her way to the ring so Brooke challenged her in Rose’s place.
This ended fast when Baszler locked in the Coquina Clutch and Brooke rolled her back for the pin.
Baszler refused to released the hold until Rose hit her with a knee and they hit a double slam to “claim victory.”
Orton approached Flair, Molly Holly, and IRS backstage and called Ric a pathetic old man that wasn’t the same person that taught him everything he knows.
Randy Orton vs. Jeff Hardy
Orton dominated early, hitting Hardy with everything until Hardy hit a crossbody off the apron onto the floor as we headed to commercial.
This was a great match despite Orton controlling through most of it before he hit an RKO for the win.
The Hurt Business (Shelton Benjamin and Cedric Alexander) (w/MVP) vs. Lucha House Party (Lince Dorado and Gran Metalik)
This was an entertaining match that Dorado won after rolling up Benjamin for the win after he and Alexander had a falling out as Alexander’s ego has grown out of control.
WWE Championship – Drew McIntyre (c) vs. Keith Lee
The two exchanged blows and it remained even until Lee knocked McIntyre over the barricade with a shoulder block as we headed to commercial.
A great match so far that’s living up to the Legends in attendance and main event status saw McIntyre continue to fight back as he powerbombed Lee through the announce desk as we headed to commercial.
McIntyre hit a Claymore for the win, and Goldberg came out after the match claiming McIntyre didn’t respect any of the legends and challenged him for the WWE Championship at the Royal Rumble.
McIntyre said fighting him would be like fighting his dad since he’s not the monster he was anymore, so Goldberg laughed and shoved him to the mat as the show ended.
This was a far better show than we expected, though Goldberg coming out kinda ruined it for us. At least Goldberg’s a clear heel this time.
Wonder if he’ll win it in a squash match like he did against the Fiend?
We’d love to see the WWE put on a show like this every week, so maybe this is where the worm turns?
Let us know what you thought in the comments below, and thank you for joining WWE Raw Legends Night Live Results. We had a blast and can’t wait until next time.
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