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WWE RAW Results 11/07/2022:

– Tonight’s post-Crown Jewel edition of WWE RAW opens live on the USA Network from the Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania as the pyro goes off. Kevin Patrick welcomes us and he’s joined at ringside by Corey Graves. They hype the Open Challenge issued by WWE United States Champion Seth Rollins for the main event.

– We go right to the ring and out comes The Bloodline – Solo Sikoa and Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos. Jimmy Uso and Jey Uso hit the corners to pose as Sikoa stands tall in the middle of the ring.

WWE RAW Results 11/07/2022

WWE RAW Results 11/07/2022

We Hear From The Usos and Solo Sikoa
Jey says The Bloodline is now in Wilkes-Barre. Jimmy brags about The Bloodline’s wins at Crown Jewel before Jey addresses The New Day. He says that after Friday, they will become the longest reigning tag team champions in WWE history. They say that New Day are the twos and they’re the ones.

New Day’s music hits and they head to the ring. Kingston says they’re getting ahead of themselves before Woods asks how they’re doing. He says that in four days on “SmackDown”, the WWE Universe will see them defending their record against The Usos. He says that their record breaking reign will stay intact. Jimmy says that they already gave them their props and recognizes their accomplishments. He says that he’s proud of them, and says it must feel good to be the second best tag team in WWE.

Woods says that they fail to remember that they still hold the record, and therefore, The Usos are chasing them. He says that people coddled them and got their tryouts based on what their families did before them while he and Kingston built their legacies themselves. Jimmy says they have no idea the pressure they’ve been under. Woods says they know nothing about pressure and lists the hardships that they’ve been through. He says the pressure they’ve been under turned them into diamonds. Jimmy mocks him and says that they’re the real kings with the crowns. He tells Kingston to stay at home with his kids so that they can do what they do. Kingston asks what kind of father he would be if he went home to his kids forfeiting the match. He says The Usos don’t get what their reign means to them and explains that they had to scratch and claw their way to the top. He says their record represents a time they were whole and says they won’t forfeit their record to them.

Matt Riddle’s music hits and he heads to the ring with his bongos in hand. He says he didn’t mean to interrupt and asks Woods to join his band with Elias. Jimmy tells him to shut up and Riddle says that he should sit back and relax with the bong. He offers the bongos to New Day to hit and they do. He does the same to The Usos. Jimmy obliges while Jey declines and slaps away his bongos. Riddle says no man slaps his bongs and says that since there’s two teams of three men, they should have a six-man tag team match up next.

The New Day and Matt Riddle vs. The Bloodline

Riddle looking for a move on Jimmy

Back from the break, Riddle and Jimmy begin the action. The bell rings and the two lock up. Jimmy delivers a chop, but Riddle fires back with a kick and tags in Woods. New Day delivers the Unicorn Stampede in the corner before Jey tags in and Kingston hits a lariat. He tags in Woods, then delivers an ax handle and goes to work on Jey’s left arm. Riddle tags in and delivers a kick. He follows it up with a right hand before Jey fires back with an enziguri. Riddle looks for the Floating Bro, but Sikoa knocks him down.

Back from the break, The Usos deliver a double chokeslam to Riddle. Jimmy hits several right hands to Riddle’s throat in the corner, then follows it up with a hip attack. He goes for a pin, but Riddle kicks out. Sikoa tags in and delivers a pair of kicks to Riddle’s face and groin. He hits a leg drop before Jey tags in and delivers a superkick. Riddle plants Jey with a Fireman’s Carry. Sikoa tags in and Riddle hits him with a knee. He makes the hot tag to Woods. Woods delivers a clothesline and a splash before Kingston tags in and ascends to the top. He hits a diving crossbody, then goes for a pin but Sikoa kicks out. Kingston hits the Boom Drop, but Sikoa fires back with a belly-to-belly suplex. He sends him to the outside, then sends Kingston’s face repeatedly into the announce desk.

Back from another break, Kingston tries to roll Sikoa up. Sikoa blocks it before delivering a leg drop and tagging in Jimmy. He delivers a back breaker, then tags in Jey. Jey goes flying, then tags in Sikoa. Sikoa charges at Kingston, but Kingston hits a pair of kicks and a Tornado DDT.

Jey and Riddle tag in. Riddle delivers a series of kicks, followed by a forearm and an Exploder. He delivers the Broton, then follows it up with a kick and a powerbomb. He hits a rising knee, then goes for a pin but Jey kicks out. Jey delivers a superkick, then plants Riddle and goes for a pin. Riddle kicks out before Jimmy makes the blind tag and hits a Frog Splash. He goes for a pin, but Woods breaks the fall. Riddle delivers a Randy Orton style DDT off the ropes before Sikoa makes the blind tag. Riddle delivers an RKO to Jimmy, but Sikoa surprises Riddle and hits Spinning Solo for the win.

Winners: The Bloodline

We then head to a video recapping Crown Jewel.

Back from the break, JBL heads to the ring and says he has sold out every great arena on Earth. He asks “what idiot” decided to bring “Raw” to Wilkes-Barre and rags on them before introducing Baron Corbin.

Corbin’s music hits and he heads to the ring. Cedric Alexander follows.

Baron Corbin vs. Cedric Alexander
Corbin and JBL celebrating Corbin's winThe bell rings and Corbin wastes no time firing off right hands and kicks. He hits a vicious right hand to Alexander’s back, then whips him into the corner and hits a clothesline. He goes for a pin, but Alexander kicks out. Corbin hits a right hand to Alexander’s head, but Alexander manages to hit a knee and a drop kick. He hits a forearm, followed by a Neuralyzer and a tope suicida. He gets back in the ring and Corbin hits the End of Days for the win.

Winner: Baron Corbin

Back from the break, Seth “Freakin” Rollins heads to the ring.

We Hear From Seth Freakin Rollins
Rollins in the ringRollins welcomes Wilkes-Barre to “Monday Night Rollins”, and says he has some business to attend to. He says that the United States Championship Open Challenge is back in business.

Judgment Day’s music hits and they surround the ring before Finn Balor enters the ring. He says he has a bone to pick with Rollins and says that Rollins cost him gold a couple of years back. He says that he will cost him gold tonight and looks to answer the challenge, but The O.C.’s music hits and they head to the ring.

The O.C Gains A New Member
The O.C. standing tall in the ringThe O.C. and Judgment Day face off in the ring, with Rollins standing in between. He sneaks off as Styles say their issues are far from over. Balor says that The O.C. is old news, but Styles cuts him off and says it’s always been three on four. He says Crown Jewel was no different and they’re looking for someone to take care of Rhea Ripley. He says that someone found The O.C. before a hooded figure levels Rhea Ripley and reveals herself to be…Mia Yim!

The six men begin brawling in the ring as Yim hits Ripley with a kendo stick. Gallows sends Priest over the announce desk while Balor and Styles go at it in the ring. Balor retreats as Dominik Mysterio tries to take him down. Styles delivers the Styles Clash as The O.C. stand tall in the ring.

Back from the break, we head backstage to Cathy Kelley and Seth Rollins. Kelley asks what the events that just took place mean for his open challenge and Rollins says that since he made a promise, the world will have to wait to see who answers the call.

Alpha Academy heads to the ring, followed by Elias.

Elias vs. Otis
Otis pinning EliasThe bell rings and the two lock up. Otis delivers a shoulder tackle, but Elias fires back with a chop. He looks for a bodyslam, but Otis counters and plants him. He delivers an elbow drop, but Elias manages to send him into the ring post shoulder first before hitting a ripcord knee. He goes for a pin, but Otis kicks out. Elias ascends to the top and levels Gable, allowing Otis to plant him with the World’s Strongest Slam for the win.

Winner: Otis

We head backstage to Byron Saxton and Judgment Day. Balor says that The O.C. has only created more problems for themselves with no solution. Damian Priest says that The O.C. will always fall before Rhea Ripley says that she doesn’t care who they bring in because no one can take her down. They walk away before Ripley encounters Bianca Belair and the two exchange a look.

Back from the break, Bianca Belair, Alexa Bliss and Asuka head to the ring.

Bianca Belair, Alexa Bliss and Asuka Call Out Damage CTRL
Damage CTRL standing tall over BelairBelair says she is proud to stand in the ring as the Last Woman Standing, but says not everything went to plan. She says their issues with Damage CTRL are far from over and calls them to the ring.

Damage CTRL’s music hits and they head to the ring. Dakota Kai says no one cares that she was the Last Woman Standing, but she hasn’t beaten Bayley yet. She rubs in their win over Bliss and Asuka at Crown Jewel before Bliss says they had them beat the whole time and would’ve won if it weren’t for Cross.

Asuka and SKY get into a heated exchange of words in Japanese. SKY calls Asuka a b**** before the six women begin to brawl. Asuka, Bliss and Belair knock them out of the ring. Belair grabs a mic and says they’re at war. She says things will end at WarGames before Cross comes out of nowhere and attacks Belair. Damage CTRL joins her and begins attacking Belair, Bliss and Asuka. Bayley delivers the Rose Plant to Belair as Cross fires off several right hands on Asuka. Damage CTRL stands tall in the ring and Bayley says that Belair will see her at WarGames.

Austin Theory then heads to the ring, followed by Shelton Benjamin.

Austin Theory vs. Shelton Benjamin
Benjamin with the Ankle Lock on TheoryThe bell rings and Benjamin trips Theory. He delivers a right hand, but Theory sends him into the middle turnbuckle before hitting a drop kick. Theory rains down right hands, but Benjamin fires back with several of his own. Theory plants him, then looks for a stomp. Benjamin rolls out of the way and delivers a German suplex. Theory delivers an elbow, then follows it up with A-Town Down for the win.

Winner: Austin Theory

Back from the break, The Miz heads to the ring.

We Hear From The Miz
The Miz in the ringThe Miz says that Johnny Gargano’s interview was completely false and a complete smear job. He says that it’s a deep-fake and is tired of defending himself to everyone outside his family. He says that even his father believes Johnny, but the silver lining is that his agent’s phone hasn’t stopped ringing. He says he met with a Hollywood producer who wants to produce a film that proves his innocence, then informs Gargano he will be bringing a defamation lawsuit against him.

Johnny Gargano’s music hits and he heads to the ring. He says he’s always liked The Miz’s father and says he can’t start the match without telling the truth about something he did. He says when he did his interview, he was hoping The Miz would tell the truth and pay Dexter Lumis, but that didn’t happen. He says he realized he needed stronger evidence against him and says he hired someone to do so: the Hollywood producer. He says she was a private investigator wearing a hidden camera. He rolls the footage and it shows The Miz admitting that everything Gargano said in his interview was true while “off the record.” He says he stopped paying Lumis because corporate became too involved and since “the project went under, no one got paid.”

Johnny Gargano vs. The Miz
Miz with a submission on GarganoBack from the break, the bell rings and Miz charges at Gargano. Gargano ducks out of the way and hits a forearm. He follows it up with a drop kick, followed by a knee and a cannonball. He delivers a pair of chops, then rolls him up. Miz kicks out and Gargano delivers a drop kick to his head. He delivers another kick to his hand, then goes to work targeting it. Miz hits a knee to Gargano’s midsection, then follows it up with a kick and a knee to the back of his head. Gargano fires back with a right hand before Miz hits a knee. Gargano hits a neck breaker, then goes for a pin but Miz kicks out. Gargano delivers a superkick that sends Miz to the outside, then follows it up with a super kick. Miz sets Gargano up on the apron, then returns the favor.

Back from another break, Gargano takes Miz down with some offense. He hits a spear through the middle rope, then goes for a pin but Miz kicks out. Miz hits a DDT, then goes for a pin but Gargano kicks out. Miz hits the Yes Kicks to Gargano’s chest, but Gargano fires back with an enziguri and a super kick. He fires off several rights and lefts, then looks for another spear. Miz catches him with another kick, then goes for a pin but Gargano kicks out once more. He looks for the Skull Crushing Finale, but Gargano rolls him up. Miz kicks out before Gargano delivers a superkick. Miz rolls to the outside and Gargano levels him with a tope suicida. Miz pushes Gargano onto the announce desk, then tosses him into the ring. Gargano delivers a drop kick that sends him out of the ring and he gets pulled under. He reemerges with a wrench in his hand and tells the referee to check under there. The referee obliges and The Miz takes advantage, hitting Gargano with it for the win.

Winner: The Miz

After the match, Dexter Lumis appears and hits Miz with a chair before security chases him out of the arena.

We head backstage to Damage CTRl and Nikki Cross. Kai says that she’s just like her and SKY, but they haven’t forgotten about her. They invite her to be part of their team at WarGames and encourage her to let out all of her anger tonight. Cross manically laughs, then walks off.

Back from the break, Nikki Cross and Damage CTRL head to the ring, followed by Dana Brooke.

Nikki Cross vs. Dana Brooke for the 24/7 Championship
Cross locking in a submission on Brooke while smilingThe bell rings and Cross takes Brooke down with a crossbody. She hits several kicks to Brooke’s midsection, then locks in a jaw submission. Brooke breaks the hold, then delivers a back elbow, several rights and lefts and a kick. Cross sends Brooke to the mat, then bashes her head repeatedly into the mat. She chokes her on the middle rope, then hits Whiplash for the win.

Winner (and new): Nikki Cross

Back from the break, we head backstage to The O.C. and Byron Saxton. Styles says it feels good to get some payback on Judgment Day and says who else to get the job done but Yim. Yim says that she only showed a sample of what she can do before Gallows and Anderson invite her to get drinks. Yim says that drinks are on her tonight.

Back at ringside, Seth “Freakin” Rollins heads down. He says that November marks his ten year anniversary in the company, and thanks fans for being with him through it all. He says that it was far too long before he managed to capture gold, and says he has made the United States Championship “the title” on “Raw”. He then calls his opponent to the ring and Mustafa Ali appears on screen. He says he needs to look no further before Ali is attacked by none other than Bobby Lashley. He says that he’ll be the one to win back his title. Ali jumps him, but Lashley tosses him into some equipment and accepts the challenge.

Back from the break, Bobby Lashley heads to the ring.

Bobby Lashley Brutalizes Seth Freakin Rollins
Lashley with Rollins on his shoudlersLashley jumps Rollins. He sends him into the announce desk and the barricade. He tosses him into the ring, but Rollins rolls out of it. Lashley charges at him, but Rollins manages to hit a superkick and send him crashing into the ring steps. Lashley hits a Back Body Drop, then fires off several right hands. Referees and security head down as Lashley plants Rollins with a flatliner and sends him into the barricade. He tosses him into the ring post, then clears the announce desk and chokeslams Rollins through it. More officials head down to check on Rollins and prevent Lashley from attacking him further. Lashley is escorted from ringside as Austin Theory heads down with his Money In The Bank briefcase in hand.

Seth Freakin Rollins (c) vs. Austin Theory For The United States Championship
Theory about to cash in his briefcase as Rollins is laid outBack from the break, Theory cashes in his Money In The Bank briefcase. The bell rings and Theory hits a forearm. He goes for a pin, but Rollins kicks out. He hits A-Town Down, then goes for a pin, but Rollins kicks out. He looks for a second one, but Rollins counters it into a Pedigree. Theory escapes and delivers one of his own. He goes for a pin, but Rollins kicks out once more. Theory looks for a hurricanrana, but Rollins reverses it into a superkick and hits two right hands. He charges at Theory, but Theory gets him up and hits A-Town Down. He goes for a pin, but Lashley pulls the referee out of the ring. Theory calls Lashley an idiot, leading to Lashley attacking him and sending him careening into the ring post. He tosses him into the barricade, then into the ring post once again. He locks in the Hurt Lock on Theory, putting him to sleep. Both men are laid out as Lashley leaves the ring. The referee comes to and begins the ten count. Theory gets back in the ring at nine, and Rollins hits him with the Curb Stomp for the win.

Winner (and still): Seth “Freakin” Rollins

– After the match, Rollins slowly recovers and stands tall with the title as the music hits. We go to replays. RAW goes off the air with Rollins celebrating with the title as fans sing his theme song.

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