Hello and welcome to this week’s WWE Raw Live Results!
I’m your host, CP Bialois, and we’re expecting big things for tonight’s Go Home episode for the Elimination Chamber.
We already have a gauntlet match between the six men entering the Chamber and the winner will get to enter last. Will Drew McIntyre get the coveted spot tonight?
WWE Raw Live Results are going to grab some snacks and settle in for the 8 p.m. EST start time.
On Miz TV, the Miz upset McIntyre and ate a Glasgow Kiss. He then said he’s withdrawing from the Elimination Chamber match because he has the MITB contract.
He promised he will stand in the ring as either the WWE or Universal Champion after he cashes the contract in.
To be honest, he looked super intense and ready to go for another championship run. It can’t be any worse than his last one, right?
6 Man Tag Match – The Hurt Business (MVP, Shelton Benjamin, and Cedric Alexander) vs. Lucha House Party (Lince Dorado and Gran Metalik) and Riddle
This started fast as things broke down and Benjamin and Alexander took out all three opponents outside the ring as we headed to commercial.
Riddle gained the win after hitting a Floating Bro on MVP for the win.
This was a great opening match, but Lashley coming out and leveling the victors before slapping the Hurt Lock on Riddle wasn’t much of a surprise.
Akira Tosawa pinned R-Truth to win teh 24/7 Championship, and he then bumped into Damian Priest who threw him into a stack of equipment containers.
He then told Bad Bunny to pin Tozawa, so we have a new 24/7 Champion. Is anyone paying attention to this?
Also, Pearce made the match where Miz will face Kofi Kingston for his spot in the Chamber. If Miz wins, Morrison is in. If Kingston wins he’s in and we could have KofiMania part 2.
Charlotte Flair and Asuka vs. Lacey Evans w/Ric Flair and Peyton Royce
Lacey Evans cut a promo at ringside where she thanked Flair for disqualifying herself last week.
She then thanked Asuka for losing the Raw Women’s Championship to her at the Elimination Chamber as we headed to commercial.
This ended due to pregnancy. Yep, when it was Evans’ turn to wrestle she told Charlotte she’s pregnant and Ric started dancing and Wooing like the old days.
Guess who the proud papa is?
Kofi Kingston w/Xavier Woods vs. The Miz
This started out as a solid match and quickly rose to a really good one as both pulled out all the stops, including the Miz hitting a neckbreaker on the apron, then the floor as we headed to commercial.
A great back and forth ended when Kingston his a Trouble in Paradise, earning his spot in the Elimination Chamber and the gauntlet match later tonight.
Randy Orton cut a promo about tonight and the Chamber’s match, but it was interrupted by Alexa Bliss as she knelt in a pentagram and it appears the Fiend may have returned.
Lana w/Naomi vs. Shayna Baszler w/Nia Jax
This was a pretty good match and it was good to see Lana get some offense in for a change. She’s been doing such a great job selling for the last few months she deserved it.
Braun Strowman demanded answers from Adam Pearce as to why he’s not in the Elimination Chamber match.
Gauntlet Match – AJ Styles w/Omos vs. Kofi Kingston w/Xavier Woods
This started off pretty good with a fun exchange of moves, then Omos chokeslammed Woods over the barricade because hit trombone was annoying.
The ref ejected Omos from ringside, and Styles hit s chop block on Kingston’s injured leg as we headed to commercial.
Styles hit a Phenomenal Forearm for the win, and Drew McIntyre came out next.
McIntyre wasted no time in going after Styles, and hit two big boots on the apron as we headed to comemrcial.
The action remained heavy as Styles countered a Claymore with a dropkick, then hit a Phenomenal Forearm off the apron to McIntyre, knocking McIntyre into the ring post on the floor as we headed to commercial.
McIntyre ducked a Phenomenal Forearm and then hit a Claymore for the win.
Next up, Drew McIntyre vs. Jess Hardy
Jeff came out and went right after McIntyre, hitting a series of dropkicks and a flying clothesline off the apron as we headed to commercial.
A tough back and forth saw Jeff hardy nearly win and McIntyre recycled the routine of moves from his match against Styles. McIntyre eventually hit a Claymore for the win.
Randy Orton is next.
Orton and McIntyre just started when the lights failed and Alexa Bliss’ image filled the Thunderdome as did her laughter.
Since he was on the floor, Orton was counted out in the fastest ten count in recent memory and Sheamus was next.
Sheamus attacked McIntyre from behind before the bell rang, and once the match got started Sheamus mostly dominated a worn out McIntyre.
Sheamus dodged a Claymore to hit a Brogue Kick for the win and will be the final entrant for the Elimination Chamber.
The was a great match and last hour of the show, and we’re curious how they’ll top it at the pay-per-view on Sunday.
What did you think of the the match and show? Let us know in the comments below, and thank you for joining WWE Raw Live Results.
We had a great time and can’t wait to see you all next week
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