Hello and welcome to WWE Raw Live Results!
Thank you for joining us. I’m your host, CP Bialois, and this should be an interesting show tonight as Bobby Lashley returns after missing last week.
Drew McIntyre and Braun Strowman look to teach T-Bar and Mace a lesson follow their altercation last week, but could Strowman betray McIntyre and claim his spot at Backlash?
WWE Raw Live Results will be set to go at the 8 p.m. EST start time and we should get some answers tonight.
2-on-1 Handicap Match Braun Strowman vs. T-Bar and Mace
Strowman got into it with McIntyre backstage and demanded this be a handicap match.
Strowman was beaten down by mace and T-Bar, getting him the win by DQ before McIntyre came out and they cleared the ring as we headed to commercial.
Braun Strowman and Drew McIntyre vs. Mace and T-Bar
This was a decent match that was dysfunctional at best between McIntyre and Strowman, and McIntyre hit Strowman with a clothesline by accident on the floor.
T-Bar threw McIntyre into the barricade and slipped into the ring at the count of 8 and McIntyre didn’t make it, giving Mace and T-Bar a count out victory.
Strowman then hit a running powerslam on McIntyre for hitting him and called him bullheaded as he headed to the back.
Miz TV featuring Elias and Jaxson Ryker was special as they did an unlpugged version of “Hey Hey Ha Ha” but were interrupted by Damian Priest and the New Day.
The uninvited trio bombarded the foursome with a case full of tomatoes, so we expect a tag match after the break.
The New Day (Xavier Woods, Kofi Kingston) and Damian Priest vs. Elias, The Miz, and Jaxson Ryker w/John Morrison
This was fast paced and one sided early on, but Elias, Miz, and Ryker came back after knocking Kingston off the top rope and to the floor where the Miz hit a running boot as we headed to commercial.
Woods rolled Ryker up in a small package for the win. This was an awesome match and righted a listing ship after the opening.
Sonya Deville reinstated Charlotte Flair from her suspension after Flair apologized to the ref she attacked last week and the ref apologized for missing Rhea Ripley’s interference.
Pearce added the stipulation that if Strowman beat McIntyre, the WWE Championship match at Backlash will be a triple threat.
Sheamus offered another open challenge and Humberto Carrillo came out.
After an early beat down, Carrillo jumped Sheamus and sent him to the floor where he hit a couple of dropkicks and suicide dive before heading to the back.
Bobby Lashley and MVP addressed the possibility of a triple threat match at Backlash, and Lashley guaranteed he’ll leave Backlash as WWE Champion.
Randy Orton told Riddle they’ll give their tag team, RK-Bro, a try later tonight.
Shayna Baszler stressed to Nia Jax the need to avoid distractions, including Reggie.
Angel Garza had flowers delivered to Jax, and she threw them in Mandy Rose’s face.
MVP tried to intimidate Strowman, and Strowman told him he’s going to win tonight and at Backlash.
RKBro (Randy Orton and Riddle) vs. Shelton Benjamin and Cedric Alexander
This was a good first match for them and they won after Riddle hit a Floating Bro on Benjamin for the win.
We like this new team, but it’d be nice if Benjamin and Alexander were relegated to being jobbers.
Asuka, Lana, and Naomi vs. Nia Jax, Shayna Baszler, and Rhea Ripley
This started out looking pretty good. Ripley was in control of Lana when Dana Brooke and Mandy Rose came out and doused Baszler with a bucket of water.
Jax slipped into a belly flop and couldn’t get up as we headed to commercial.
The goofiness ended with Brooke and Rose and the match finished strong as Ripley, Baszler, and Jax took over with Ripley hitting a Riptide on Lana and Jax finishing her with a leg drop for the win.
Bliss played a meditation trick on us and blamed Lily, then said Lily’s bored of the playground and it’s time to play with the rest of the WWE.
She added not to blame her because Lily made her do it.
Charlotte Flair vs. Mandy Rose w/ Dana Brooke
This was a decent quick match Flair won with Natural Selection. Of course, Flair bullied the ref a bit. As if no one saw that coming.
Drew McIntyre vs. Braun Strowman
This started off pretty even like we expected, and Strowman was about to fire up the Strowman Express after sending McIntyre to the floor when Bobby Lashley came out as we headed to commercial.
MVP and Lashley tried to help McIntyre win, but Mace and T-Bar interfered to aide Strowman and Strowman hit a running powerslam for the win.
Looks like we have another triple threat match coming. The WWE is living and dying with the gimmicks.
At least Strowman deserves this shot. What did you think of the 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.
See you then!
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