WWE Raw Results returned as MVP said Strowman is a powerful individual, but he’s not a powerful as Lashley.
He said their match is going to be between two bulls, and only one bull can stand victorious and it’s going to be Bobby Lashley.
Bobby Lashley w/MVP vs. Braun Strowman
The two locked up and fought for position before Lashley forced Strowman into a corner and hit a shoulder.
Lashley ducked a clothesline and slapped on a rear waist lock, but Strowman backed him into the corner and hit a couple of elbows.
Lashley hit a few blows and came off the ropes to hit a shoulder block to no effect.
Lashley hit a neckbreaker for a pin attempt.
Lashley charged in and Strowman dropped him with a clothesline and went for a powerslam, but Lashley slipped free. Strowman sent him to the floor with a clothesline.
Lashley tried to get into the ring but Strowman knocked him to the floor. Strowman headed out and threw him into the ring, then hit a splash in the corner.
Strowman ran into a boot on his second attempt, and Lashley hit a clothesline for a pin attempt.
Lashley tried to lock in a rear chin lock, but Strowman powered out of it and was about to a clubbing blow when Drew McIntyre came out and Strowman met him at the base of the ramp.
Lashley his Strowman from behind then held his hand out for a fist bump but McIntyre refused as we headed to commercial.
McIntyre steps in
Back from commercial, they’re back in the ring and Lashley had a rear chin lock synched in and McIntyre was with the commentary team.
Strowman broke the hold while the camera was in McIntyre, and he caught Lashley as he came off the ropes, but Lashley hit a flatliner for a pin attempt.
Lashley stomped Strowman and choked him out with his foot, then threw Strowman into the ring post.
Lashley ground Strowman down into the ropes, and then hit a snap suplex for a pin attempt.
Lashley hit a couple of elbows, then tore at Strowman’s face.
Lashley hit a running shoulder on Strowman in the corner, and then he ground Strowman into the top turnbuckle and then nailed a right.
Lashley then hit a running right. He pulled Strowman up and mounted him in the corner and hammered away on his.
Strowman picked him up and hit a frankensteiner for a near pinfall, and followed it with a splash in the corner and a suplex slam.
Strowman hit with a kick, and then went for a powerslam but Lashley slipped down and went for the Hurt Lock.
Strowman hit an elbow and sidewalk slam to break the attempt and Lashley rolled to the floor. Strowman head to the floor for the Express and Lashley redirected him into McIntyre and the two got into a shoving match on the floor.
Lashley hit a spear on a distracted Strowman for the win, and McIntyre nailed Lashley with a Claymore.
He then hit Strowman with a Claymore.
This was a decent match until McIntyre came to the ringside and the focus was shifted to him to set up his match against Bobby Lashley next week.
The show was decent overall despite being one of the more predictable ones in recent memory.
What did you think of it? Let us know in the comments below, and thank you for joining WWE Raw Results.
We had a great time and can’t wait to see you all next week.
See you then!
SUBSCRIBE NOW: Get The Overtimer’s Hottest Stories, Breaking News and Special Features in your email, CLICK HERE!