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WWE RAW Results | Edge Returns, Drew McIntyre in Action, 8-Man Tag Team Match


For quite a long time, RAW Women’s Champion Becky Lynch has been asking the universe to convey Shayna Baszler as her WrestleMania rival. The destinies have obliged, and The Man is all set. Reacting to some words that beg to be defended by Baszler after the WWE Elimination Chamber pay-per-view, Lynch tossed a portion of her trademark affronts at The Queen of Spades and dedicated the WrestleMania match as a clash of “heart vs. skill.” Baszler would make her transition to revise history and demonstrate that Becky isn’t the sort who beats prepared executioners. However, as Becky said in the sort of counter that will make feature reels until the sun wears out, “I do, I did, and I will.”

Rey Mysterio def. Angel Garza

It took a bit longer than anticipated, yet Rey Mysterio got his man. One month after Angel Garza put The Ultimate Underdog out of activity with a booming DDT on the solid, Mysterio earned much awaited retaliation by conveying Garza some truly necessary quietude as a singles misfortune. So, perhaps not humility. Garza’s self-confidence is … strong, to say the least.

In any case, he was unquestionably clobbered by The Master of the 619, who appeared to disagree with Garza’s endeavor to take the 619 and addressed the lack of respect with a whirlwind of offense that put the previous NXT Cruiserweight Champion on edge. A genuine 619-Dropping the Dime combo put the bout to sleep, as Mysterio educated a Superstar who has all the ability on the planet yet still has a lot to learn.

NXT Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley confronted Charlotte Flair

Two weeks prior, Charlotte Flair danced into NXT and barely abstained from throwing hands with Rhea Ripley. This week, the NXT Women’s Champion gave back in kind, going up against her WrestleMania challenger on The Queen’s own turf. In contrast to last time, the gathering got physical quite expeditiously. Apparently disagreeing with Charlotte’s notice to her — “You are not me, you will never be me, and there is just one of me” — Ripley faced Charlotte and endeavored to give an answer before being cut off by the 10-time Women’s Champion.

So, The Nightmare did what any challenger deserving at least some respect would do and crushed Charlotte in the brow with a correct cross. For every single of their disparities, it’s promising that these two appear to be of a similar attitude in one viewpoint: the ideal opportunity for talking is just about finished.

Bobby Lashley def. Zack Ryder

With Lana off shooting a film, The All Mighty returned to business and straightforward, trouncing Zack Ryder surprisingly fast in a severe, physical appearance of his ongoing dissatisfaction following a droop of sorts. Jerry “The King” Lawler all but cited Lashley in saying he’s searching for a championship match. So, somebody give this man what he needs. The prosperity of the list may rely upon it.

Drew McIntyre def. Erick Rowan

There’s one thing we’ve all taken in, it’s that beating Brock Lesnar is as a lot of a psychological game as it is a physical one. Drew McIntyre appears to be appropriate to the undertaking, wrecking what was generally valuable to the former SmackDown Tag Team Champion.

Drew demolished the cage and probably what’s inside it, squashing the entire part with the steel steps in his match with Rowan. It’s as solid a sign as any that the Savage Scotsman is set up to cross any lines to win the WWE Title. McIntyre guaranteed the success with a Future Shock DDT and Claymore to the upset Rowan. He didn’t appear to be all that distressed over it, a potential see for what anticipates at WrestleMania 36.

WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions The Kabuki Warriors def. Natalya & Liv Morgan

With Becky Lynch and the Elimination Chamber in the rare view, The Kabuki Warriors are back to the matter of a WWE Women’s Tag Team division they pretty much guideline with an iron first. The extemporaneous matching of Natalya and Liv Morgan, while unquestionably a luring choice on paper, didn’t do a lot to challenge that strength.

In decency, Natalya and Liv were beginning at two hindrances. One, Asuka was chomping at the bit to thrash someone – SmackDown‘s Alexa Bliss, and a ringside fight between Ruby Riott and Sarah Logan immediately maneuvered Liv into the fracas. However, the outcome is the thing that issues, and The Kabuki Warriors exploited Natalya’s isolation, sticking her after Asuka booted her in the rear of the head. Strategic.

AJ Styles challenged The Undertaker to a WrestleMania match

Getting chokeslammed is just fine, yet to AJ Styles, The Undertaker’s ongoing assaults speak to a far more noteworthy offense to the man who considers himself the best of all era. He took his minute. Thus, Styles appeared at Raw with Aleister Black’s impression still all over and pledged to take The Deadman’s spirit.

In a challenge to The Phenom that got personal in a rush, Styles pronounced The Undertaker has tainted a wonderful minute at WrestleMania 33 by proceeding to seek the previous three years. Styles suggested he was available no matter what to his “conniving” spouse, Michelle McCool. He vowed to place the last nail in The Deadman’s coffin by provoking him to a WrestleMania bout. The Phenomenal One surely got his minute this time. For all the great it might well wind up doing him.

Edge brawled with Randy Orton and attacked MVP

From a Con-Chair-To that set Edge back on the rack to a RKO to Beth Phoenix, Randy Orton’s animosity has been running unchecked for weeks. What’s more, in The Rated-R Superstar’s first return to RAW since that first assault, he gave The Viper a painful but necessary insight. In a short, enraged brawl, Edge brought down Orton with his own RKO, sending The Viper into a brisk retreat. And keeping in mind that Orton avoided further discipline, Montel Vontavious Porter wasn’t so fortunate.

The future administrator had offered to tutor Edge and recover his absence of “focus” before Orton made his turn. Edge utilized him for instance after The Apex Predator made his retreat. With Orton looking on, Edge exposed MVP to a standing arm triangle, a RKO onto a steel seat, lastly a couple of Con-Chair-Tos before pursuing Orton by walking out of the arena. Question his security on the off chance that you should — it has positively been a running topic of the Rated-R Superstar’s career — but to the extent focus goes, it unquestionably appears as though he comprehends what he needs.

Aleister Black def. Seth Rollins via DQ

As far as deals pitches to join Seth Rollins’ group, the idea to Aleister Black appeared well and good. In the wake of a few assaults by The O.C., it would probably be pleasant to be on the opposite side of the numbers game. Sadly, the confab prompted “words that need defending” and a singles match that Black won, though in a way that amusingly demonstrated Rollins’ point. The Ominous Man From Amsterdam had Rollins dead to rights when Murphy assaulted, separating a would-be pinfall and giving Black the success by preclusion.

Rollins immediately brought in fortifications as AOP, who dispatched Black similarly as The Viking Raiders and, at long last, The Street Profits showed up to even the chances. Furthermore, despite the fact that The Dutch Destroyer was apparently out of the running, the Raiders and the Profits had an attempt to close the deal of their own: an Eight-Man Tag Team Match. As could be, Rollins appears to experience difficulty enlisting partners to his motivation, however you need to respect his skill for making foes.

Seth Rollins, Murphy & AOP def. Raw Tag Team Champions The Street Profits & The Viking Raiders

In the event that the characteristic of a development is the quality of its opposition, at that point Seth Rollins may truly be onto something. The Monday Night Messiah and his disciples scarcely vanquished The Street Profits and The Viking Raiders in an Eight-Man Tag Team Match, in spite of misusing each escape clause and arbitrator interruption that came their direction.

Rollins bagged win by a razor-meager edge with a Stomp on Montez Ford and even got one over on Kevin Owens. The Monday Night Messiah got Owens with a Stomp after KO had Stunned his whole rush, regulating two increasingly after the ringer to ensure his message was heard. In the event that he can’t change over a spirit readily, there’s plainly constantly another way.



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