Damian Priest def. USA Champion Sheamus
Successfully facing off against Humberto Carrillo last week, US champion Sheamus is facing a completely different challenge this time in the face of Damian Priest. The result was a very physical championship match that ended well for the Bowman of Infamy after he hooked up with Reckoning and seemingly re-injured Shimus’ nose on his way to victory.
AJ Styles and Omos, def. Viking Raiders in a Raw Tag Team Championship match
With a big win last week, The Viking Raiders finally got their long-awaited rematch in the Raw Tag Team Championship against AJ Styles & Omos.
Erik and Ivar put in a brave effort, but they were unable to stop Phenomenal and his colossal partner, as their fate was sealed after Omos threw Erik off with a huge two-handed throttle and Styles put an exclamation point with the 450 Splash Jump.
Drew McIntyre, def. Decline on disqualification
After a heated exchange in which Drew McIntyre apologized for not hitting Schenki with a steel chair over 34 times last week, Ginder Mahal sent his other cohort, Vira, into the ring to take on the Scottish warrior.
Mahal’s attempt to move the steel chair towards Vir was thwarted by an evil blow from Claymore from McIntyre. The former WWE champion then turned his attention to the lawyer Mahal, who was the last associate of the modern Maharaj to suffer from McIntyre’s wrath.
WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Natalia and Tamina won. Eva Marie and Doudrop
Eva Marie and Dowdrop had set out to face off against WWE women’s champions Natalya and Tamina in an important contenders match, but Alexa Bliss couldn’t wait to feel her presence.
Bliss and Lilly introduced “Lilli Lucia” to distract Eva Marie, which resulted in Natalia and Tamina’s victory after Tamina gave Eve a quick super punch.
Carrion Cross def. Kate Lee
NXT champion Carrion Cross has been looking for a significant recovery after losing his Raw debut against Jeff Hardy, and that is exactly what he did against former NXT champion Keith Lee. After a tense physical battle, Cross blocked Kross Jacket’s patented submission and forced Lee out of the game, earning his first win on Monday night.
Mustafa Ali and Mansour def. MACHINES AND T-BAR
Finally, it is time for Mansour and Mustafa Ali to see how they will team up as they face the daunting challenge of facing off against MACE and T-BAR. Ali and Mansour put on an impressive fight, making their tag team’s successful debut after Ali delivered massive DDT to the T-BAR outside of the ring and Mansour rolled MACE to pick up the pins.
WWE Champion Bobby Lashley won. Cedric Alexander and Shelton Benjamin in a handicap match
WWE champion Bobby Lashley refused to even honor Goldberg with an answer to the challenge, but made sure to point out that no one would respect him.
This sparked the unexpected appearance of the former Lashley Hurt Business cohorts, Cedric Alexander and Shelton Benjamin, who teamed up to try and defeat the Almighty. Lashley dominated the match, cementing his victory by hitting Benjamin with Goldberg’s Lance and Jackhammer and setting Alexander against Dominator.
Riddle def. John Morrison
Riddle was doing well against John Morrison of America’s Moist Wanted, and the constant battle continued until Raw Tag Team Champions AJ Styles and Omos took the stage. Omos proceeded to destroy Riddle’s valuable scooter, resulting in Morrison defeating Riddle with Starship Pain.
Raw Tag Team Champions didn’t finish assigning punishment as The Phenomenal One stepped into the ring to stage an epic style clash for Riddle.
Reginald def. R-Truth in a 24/7 championship match
The 24/7 championship rules were temporarily suspended as R-Truth received an official attempt to get his child back, but new champion Reginald was not going to let that happen.
Aerodynamic Reggie managed to retain his title after a lightning-fast message to Truth and tried to escape as quickly as he could.
Charlotte Flair def. Nikki Ash
Charlotte Flair stepped into the ring to prove she could beat Raw Women’s Champion Nikki Ash, and that is exactly what the Queen did in the main event. Despite the defeat, “Almost a Superhero” quickly got to her feet and challenged Flair to a rematch the following week, which the Queen happily accepted. The 11-time women’s champion then made sure to have the last laugh, launching a furious attack on Nikki ASH.
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