Dolph Ziggler, Robert Road, AJ Styles and Omos def. Raw Tag Team Champions RK-Bro and The Street Profits
The blockbuster Eight-Man Tag Team Match took shape when Raw Tag Team Champions Randy Orton and Riddle joined forces with The Street Profits to take on a colossal team of A.J. Styles, Omos, Dolph Ziggler and Robert Rhode. While both Juggernaut teams fought, Omos defeated Angelo Dawkins and Montes Ford, prompting Riddle to enter the fray and fight the giant, but he, too, ended up on the side of Omos’ rage as the two. Chokeslam.
After the destruction, Ziggler jumped at the opportunity to tag himself and earn a victory for his team, further infuriating Omos and prompting Styles’ personal colossus to target Rude. This set the stage for the victorious but distracted Ziggler, who received an RKO out of nowhere.
Bobby Lashley, def. Dominic Mysterio to join Raw’s Survivor Series
It started when WWE spokesman Adam Pierce expressed regret that Dominic Mysterio was included in Raw’s Survivor Series given that everyone else in the team is former world champions. Pierce ruled that the younger Mysterio would have to earn his way into the squad against returning Bobby Lashley.
The Almighty picked up where he left off and destroyed Dominic, cementing his victory with a crushing spear and harrowing Hurt Lock to become the fifth and final member of Raw’s Survivor Series.
WWE Champion Big E def. Chad Gable
In the midst of the drama between Kevin Owens and Seth Rollins, WWE Big E champion had to endure some disappointments against Alpha Academy’s Chad Gable. Despite having Otis in tow and his newly earned master’s degree, Gable put in an incredible amount of effort but couldn’t mentally or physically figure out how to beat the WWE champion as Big Y overpowered his opponent with a swift Big End.
Drake Maverick def. 24/7 Champion Reggie
This 24/7 championship hasn’t been without a fair amount of chaos. After Drake Maverick managed to win the title, many other superstars joined them, bringing the championship titles to Akira Tozawa and even Raw commentators Corey Graves and Byron Saxton!
After Maverick regained the title, Reggie prevailed and reclaimed his gold before making a hasty escape.
Liv Morgan wins Fatal 5-Way Match to become Raw Women’s Champion
The competition was fierce as Bianca Belair, Rhea Ripley, Liv Morgan, Carmella and Queen Zelena battled for the next opportunity in the Becky Lynch Women’s Raw Materials Championship. Fatal 5-Way’s gripping action ended when Doodrop burst onto the stage after an argument with The EST WWE earlier that night and cost her a match. This intervention left enough room for Morgan to defeat Carmella.
After the victory, Morgan walked over to Big Time Becks and met her at the top of the Raw bulletin board for a tense look before Lynch began to back down.
Seth Rollins, def. Kevin Owens through the countdown
After doubting his own honesty all night long, Kevin Owens turned his attention to Seth Rollins in this intense main event. KO didn’t even get a call when he jumped over The Visionary right before the match. The action ended when Rollins and a knockout had a fight on the street as the referee’s score climbed to 10. As both men ran towards the ring, the WWE Big E champion inadvertently got in the way of Owens, allowing Rollins to win.
Owens’ frustration erupted after the fight with a violent attack on Big E at the ring, which was limited by a devastating Powerbomb on the champion’s apron.