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-WWE Monday Night RAW Results: 10/23/17 – Oct. 23 2017-

Below is The Results Of WWE Monday Night RAW:

AJ Styles, Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose vs. Cesaro, Sheamus and The Miz

AJ unloads on Cesaro and hits the flying clothesline in the corner. AJ drops Cesaro with the Ushigoroshi for a 2 count. More back and forth before the match falls apart. Rollins and Ambrose send Sheamus and Miz to the floor, then nail a double suicide dive after ducking a clothesline from Cesaro in the ring. Cesaro turns around to a Phenomenal Forearm from Styles for the pin.

Winners: AJ Styles, Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose

Kane vs. Finn Balor

Balor ends up on the floor for a breather. Kane follows but Balor drops him into the steel steps. The referee counts as Balor returns to the ring. Kane returns but Balor immediately unloads on him. Balor tries to get Kane off his feet now. Kane catches Balor in mid-air but Balor lands on his feet. Balor with a Slingblade. Balor keeps control and goes to the top but Kane sits up. Kane grabs Balor for a chokeslam but Balor lands on the mat. Kane follows right up and nails the chokeslam. Kane waits a minute before delivering another chokeslam to Balor. Kane stands over Balor and grabs him for a third chokeslam, nailing it in the middle of the ring. Kane covers for the win.

Winner: Kane

– After the match, Kane stands tall and looks down at Balor as we go to replays.

Asuka vs. Emma

Emma counters a move and hits a lariat for a close 2 count. Asuka ends up hitting a missile dropkick but Emma comes back with more offense. Emma tries to strike with Asuka but Asuka gets the upperhand. Asuka with more offense including a German suplex. Asuka hits another Hip Attack. Emma counters a move and sends Asuka back into the turnbuckles.

Emma rolls Asuka up with a handful of tights for a 2 count. They tangle on the mat as Asuka counters and applies the Asuka Lock for the win.

Winner: Asuka

– After the match, Asuka stands tall as we go to replays. Asuka smiles and poses on the ropes as her music plays.

Jason Jordan vs. Elias

Jordan with a belly-to-belly, sending Elias across the ring and to the floor. Jordan follows and works Elias over, then rams him into the barrier. Jordan grabs Elias again and rams him into another part of the barrier, right in front of a few of the NFL’s Green Bay Packers.

Jordan is fired up now as he drives Elias into the barrier again. Jordan charges but Elias comes right back with a big guitar shot for the disqualification.

Winner by DQ: Jason Jordan

– After the bell, Elias stands over Jordan as we get a replay. WWE medics are down to check on Jordan as Elias walks away.

WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar with Paul Heyman. Fans pop.

We see the recent Survivor Series challenge by WWE Champion Jinder Mahal on last week’s SmackDown. Lesnar and Heyman laugh. Heyman does his grand introduction for The Beast. Heyman says someone has a problem with the word undisputed and someone wants to dispute the fact that Lesnar is the undisputed champion of WWE. This same someone is on SmackDown and barely survived the title challenges from Randy Orton and Shinsuke Nakamura. This same person is sitting up at night trying to figure out how he will barely survive the title challenge from AJ Styles. Meanwhile, on the flagship show of RAW, Lesnar has eaten through the best heavyweight division in WWE history. Heyman goes on and says we live in the age of trash talking. Everyone wants to talk trash, hurl insults and not give props where props are due. Everyone wants to run down their opponents, hurl insults at their opponents’ families and brand their opponents losers instead of box office attractions. Heyman goes on and names himself as the best of the trash talkers. Heyman says he doesn’t trash talk Lesnar’s opponents because any man deemed worthy enough to step in the ring and fight Lesnar must be a real man. He talks about not trash talking and praising Bill Goldberg, Samoa Joe and Braun Strowman, rightfully so. But you… Jinder Mahal? The make-believe Mahahaharaja. With The Singh Sing Sing-a-long brothers standing behind him, using Heyman’s shtick to introduce Jinder.

Heyman says Jinder is not Lesnar’s equal, contemporary or counterpart on SmackDown. He’s not even a worthy pretender to the throne of being WWE Champion. When they think of WWE Champions they think of Bruno Sammartino, Hulk Hogan, Randy Savage, Ric Flair, Triple H, Shawn Michaels, John Cena and Brock Lesnar. They don’t think of Jinder, a consolation-prize champion offered to SmackDown when blue brand bosses Shane McMahon and Daniel Bryan realized they got the shaft in the Superstar Shake-up. Heyman says don’t think Lesnar is marching into Survivor Series for the battle of brand supremacy because there is no battle for brand supremacy. Heyman says the brand with Lesnar is the #1 brand, the supreme brand, the flagship brand with the #1 champion, the place to be in WWE. Heyman says that’s undisputed and because Jinder disputes this fact, at Survivor Series… Jinder will be going to Suplex City.

Lesnar bounces round as Heyman teases even more bad news for Jinder. Heyman says that’s where Jinder’s night only begins because the last time a SmackDown Superstar stepped into the ring to fight Lesnar they had to stop the match. Everyone was in shock, the locker room was in an uproar, even the RAW locker room because on that night, Lesnar violated every single rule, regulation and moral of the PG Era. Heyman accepts Jinder’s challenge for Survivor Series and fans pop. The challenge is accepted by The Undisputed Beast, The Undisputed Conqueror, The Undisputed #1 Champion in WWE, the reigning & defending WWE Universal Champion – Brock Lesnar. The music hits again and they leave.

– We get stills from the WWE Cruiserweight Title change at TLC last night. Charly Caruso is backstage with Kalisto now for comments on the loss. Kalisto says physically he’s fine but it was his dream to be a champion. It would be different if he lost to someone he respected but not Enzo Amore. This is why he’s invoking his rematch for WWE 205 Live tomorrow. That’s tomorrow but tonight is all about family. Gran Metalik, Cedric Alexander, Rich Swann and Mustafa Ali all appear. Kalisto gets them riled up for a piece of Enzo tonight. They do the “lucha!” chant as Graves hypes the 10-man match.

– Still to come, Kurt Angle makes another Survivor Series announcement. Also, Sasha Banks vs. Bayley vs. Alicia Fox to determine the red brand Team Captain. Back to commercial.

Sasha Banks vs. Bayley vs. Alicia Fox

Bayley unloads on Fox with knees now. More back and forth until Fox drops Bayley again for a close 2 count. Fox yells about how she doesn’t want to play this game. She leaves the ring and goes to the timekeeper’s area to ring the bell over and over. Fox comes back in and kicks Sasha away from the apron. Bayley takes advantage and rolls Fox up for 2. Bayley with a Bayley-to-Belly on Fox for a 2 count as Banks breaks it up. Banks and Bayley take turns unloading on each other now. Fox mocks Bayley from behind and steals her suplex. Fox sends Bayley out of the ring. Fox waits for Sasha but Sasha ends up hitting the Banks Statement. Fox tries for the bottom rope for leverage. She ends up breaking the hold and sending Sasha into Bayley, then pinning Bayley for the win.

Winner and RAW Women’s Team Captain: Alicia Fox

– After the match, Fox celebrates and kisses the referee as we go to replays. We come back and Fox celebrates with some of the Packers at ringside.

Enzo Amore, Drew Gulak, Noam Dar, Ariya Daivari and Tony Nese vs. Kalisto, Gran Metalik, Mustafa Ali, Rich Swann and Cedric Alexander

Enzo watches from the apron as does Kalisto. All of the heels end up down on the floor. Daivari has Swann’s leg int he ring but Swann nails an enziguri. Daivari tags Enzo in while he wasn’t ready. Swann tags in Kalisto. Kalisto stares Enzo down but Enzo begs him to take it easy. Enzo charges but Kalisto ducks. Kalisto unloads with kicks. Kalisto with more offense and a 2 count on Enzo as the pin is broken. More chaos among the cruiserweights. Enzo ends up hitting a big DDG from the ropes for a 2 count. The heels get sent to the floor again. Swann and Ali run the ropes for dives. Metalik and Cedric also launch out to the floor. This leads to Kalisto hitting Salida del Sol on Enzo for the pin.

Winners: Kalisto, Gran Metalik, Rich Swann, Cedric Alexander and Mustafa Ali

– After the match, the babyfaces stand tall as Enzo is pulled out of the ring by his partners. Kalisto gets the “lucha!” chant going ad they celebrate the win.

AW General Manager Kurt Angle talks about how excited everyone is for Survivor Series as it puts the best vs. the best.

Angle is about to announce the 5 best men’s Superstars for the match at Survivor Series but Shane McMahon’s music interrupts and out comes the SmackDown Commissioner. Shane appears in the crowd with The New Day, Becky Lynch, WWE United States Champion Baron Corbin, Dolph Ziggler, Zack Ryder, Mojo Rawley, Shinsuke Nakamura, Chad Gable, Shelton Benjamin, SmackDown Women’s Champion Natalya, Carmella, Bobby Roode, Tamina Snuka, Tye Dillinger, Rusev, AJ Styles and maybe just a few other blue brand Superstars.

Shane enters the ring with Kurt as the blue brand Superstars surround the ring. Shane stares at Angle. Shane simply says: under siege. Angle drops the mic and backs away, leaving the ring. Angle heads to the back and looks worried. Shane orders the blue team to “go get ’em” and they head up the ramp. Angle hurries to the back.

We see the SmackDown Superstars enter the backstage area. They see Titus O’Neil and Apollo Crews first. Xavier Woods taunts them before the group beats them down. They move on and come up on an intern next. Corbin takes him out. Roode and Dillinger destroy a TV screen with the RAW logo on it. They keep walking, taking out Goldust, Curtis Axel and Curt Hawkins next. They enter the RAW locker room next, taking out Matt Hardy, Jason Jordan and another Superstar. They enter another part of the locker room and attack several other RAW Superstars. They face the women next. Natalya, Becky, Tamina and Carmella attack Sasha Banks, Bayley, Mickie James and Alicia Fox. We see Shane nodding in approval back in the ring. Some fans boo.

The group keeps walking but they’re attacked by Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose. The numbers catch up and the RAW Tag Team Champions are also beat down. Rusev and Corbin hold Kurt Angle, making him look at Rollins and Ambrose down on the ground. The blue brand mob brings Angle back to the arena now. Shane watches from the ring as the SmackDown stars stand on the stage with Angle. Shane waves them down to the ring. Corbin and Rusev bring Angle into the ring while the others stand on the outside. Angle and Shane stare each other down. Shane says he wants Angle to bring his gold medal, what’s left of the RAW roster because they’re going to finish what they started. It’s true, it’s damn true. The SmackDown roster beats on the apron to taunt Angle. Shane’s music hits as he leaves with the rest of the blue brand Superstars. An embarrassed & angry Angle looks on from the ring as SmackDown leaves through the crowd. RAW goes off the air with Angle frozen.

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