WWE Raw Results
September 6, 2021
Miami, Florida (FTX Arena)
Commentary: Jimmy Smith, Corey Graves, and Byron Saxton
Results by: Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com
The New Day is shown backstage. Xavier Woods is hyping up Tag Team Turmoil to determine the #1 Contenders for the Raw Tag Team Championship. The Viking Raiders say they will raid the tag team division. Mustafa Ali is trying to calm Mansoor down backstage. Ali tells Mansoor to do whatever it takes. The Lucha House Party says they will prove they’re out of this world. T-Bar and Mace say that they aren’t intimidated. They’re going through six victims. Jinder Mahal and Veer are shown with Shanky in the background. Mahal says they are the next Raw Tag Team Champions. AJ Styles and Omos say RK-Bro are putting turmoil on the Raw Tag Team Championship. After tonight, they’re going to be the #1 Contenders and will win back the titles.
Raw Tag Team Champions RK-Bro make their way to the ring. Replays are shown of RK-Bro defeating WWE Champion Bobby Lashley and MVP last week on Raw to retain their titles.
Randy Orton says WWE Champion Bobby Lashley and MVP failed miserably to take their titles last week. Lashley is a greedy son of a bitch. Tonight, they’ll look at the rest of the 7 tag teams on Raw. They’ll determine which team deserves to be destroyed by RK-Bro. Riddle starts talking about how T-Bar and Mace are super tall, but the Lucha House Party aren’t. LHP has cool masks, though. Riddle wants them to get masks or get jackets like Mansoor or Ali. If Orton doesn’t want to do that, maybe they’ll go on a raid and drink some ale like the Viking Raiders. Riddle says Orton’s body looks like he doesn’t take in any carbs. Riddle loves ale, especially when he gets the munchies. Speaking of munchies, he hopes the New Day brings out some pancakes.
WWE Champion Bobby Lashley and MVP make their way out to the stage. MVP tells Riddle to shut his dumbass up. MVP then speaks Spanish. The WWE Universe loses IQ points every second they hear Riddle ramble on about nothing. Instead of worrying about Tag Team Turmoil, they need to worry about the one-man juggernaut who will rip Randy’s head off for the cowardly RKO last week. Lashley and MVP get in the ring. Lashley says it was cowardly what happened last week. Lashley is out here so Orton can finish what he started. Instead of attacking him from behind, Orton can face him like a man one-on-one so he can rip his shoulders out of their sockets with the Hurt Lock and dump Orton at his feet like the coward he is. Orton asks if Lashley is really challenging him to a match. Lashley says he is. Orton says that sounds interesting. He was thinking a few weeks ago that it’s been 10 or maybe 15 years since they’ve faced each other in this ring. Lashley was talking about being a double champion, and it got Orton thinking. He’ll accept the match on one condition. When they fight, Lashley will put the WWE Championship on the line. The crowd roars in approval. MVP wants to take a moment and whispers in Lashley’s ear. MVP says last week, like the Viper he is, Orton hit the patented RKO out of nowhere. However, when the All Mighty returns the favor, it won’t be from out of nowhere. It’ll be in his face at Extreme Rules!
Lashley and MVP go to walk off, but Lashley stops and turns around. Lashley says he is the greedy son of a bitch like Orton said. They’re going to talk to Adam Pearce and Sonya Deville to get themselves in Tag Team Turmoil. Then he’ll be the double champions, like he said.
The New Day make their way to the stage. Kofi Kingston asks if Lashley really said that. He might want to talk to Sonya and Adam ASAP because they’re kicking off the Tag Team Turmoil match right now. Woods says they’re starting the match off, which means the odds are against them, but they’ve beaten the odds before, like when Woods beat Lashley a few weeks ago. They’ll do it again when they win the match and go on to win the Raw Tag Team Championship.
The Viking Raiders make their way to the ring.
Raw Tag Team Champions RK-Bro are seated at ringside.
Tag Team Turmoil
The New Day (Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods) vs. The Viking Raiders (Erik and Ivar)
Ivar takes Kofi Kingston down to start it off, but Kingston gets him to the corner. Ivar hits a seated senton out of the corner. Erik tags in and slams Ivar into Kingston for a two count. Erik takes Kingston down and tags Ivar in. Kingston hits Ivar with a leaping double stomp. Woods and Erik tag in. Woods hits a head-scissor takeover followed by a sidekick. Woods goes for a whip to the corner, but Erik puts the brakes on. Erik takes him down with an exploder. Erik blocks a double boot in the corner from Woods and puts him on the apron. Woods kicks Erik in the neck and hits a slingshot tornado DDT. Kingston tags in. Woods knocks Ivar off the apron. Woods hits Erik with a superkick. Kingston follows up with a superkick on Erik for a near fall. Woods tags in. They send Erik into the ropes, but Erik sends Kingston out of the ring. Erik goes for a knee on Woods, but Woods blocks it. Woods slides between the legs and clubs away at Erik. Woods hits the ropes, but Erik lights him up with a forearm to the face. Woods clotheslines Erik out of the ring. Kingston tags in and goes for a trust fall to the floor, but The Viking Raiders catch him and throw him into Woods!
We come back from the break to see Kingston running wild on Erik with clotheslines and chops. Kingston hits a Boom Drop before knocking Ivar off the apron. Ivar tags in after Erik takes Kingston down. The Viking Raiders hits a springboard clothesline/German Suplex combo for a near fall. Erik hits Kingston with a backbreaker and a gutbuster. Erik goes for a powerbomb, but Kingston counters with a hurricanrana.
Woods and Ivar tag in. Erik slams Woods. Ivar comes off the top rope with a HUGE splash for a near fall. RK-Bro are out of their seats. Kingston hits Ivar with Trouble in Paradise, while Woods counters a flapjack from Erik into an inside cradle for the win.
The Viking Raiders have been eliminated.
The New Day (Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods) vs. Jinder Mahal and Veer w/ Shanky
The New Day attack Mahal and Veer before they even get in the ring. Kingston takes Veer out with a suicide dive. Woods gets Mahal in the ring and hits a big cross-body block for a near fall. Mahal takes Woods down and drops a knee for a two count. Mahal applies a side headlock. Veer tags in. Mahal flapjacks Woods into the ropes before Veer hits a wild Lou Thesz Press on Woods. Woods rolls out of the ring to recover. Shanky approaches Woods, but Kingston distracts him.
We come back from the break to see Veer taking it to Woods. Mahal tags in and slams Woods. Mahal goes for another slam, but Woods slides off and kicks him away. Kingston tags in and kicks Mahal back before hitting a springboard ax handle. Kingston knocks Veer off the apron. Mahal knocks Kingston back. Woods tags in. Kingston hits a backbreaker on Mahal while Woods hits a double stomp off the top rope to win!
Jinder Mahal and Veer have been eliminated.
The New Day (Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods) vs. Lucha House Party (Gran Metalik and Lince Dorado)
LHP hits Woods and Kingston with a double moonsault off the apron after thwarting an attack at ringside. Dorado hits Woods with a spinning wheel kick in the ring. Metalik tags in and stands on Dorado’s shoulders for a splash on Woods. Woods kicks out at two. Dorado tags back in and puts Woods in the corner for a big chop. Woods chops him back, but Dorado takes him down and splashes him for a two count. Dorado knocks Woods back and goes to the top rope for a cross-body block, but Woods hits a double knee out of midair (I think). Replays confirm that was correct. Metalik tags back in and lifts Woods. Woods slides off, but Metalik stuns him with a superkick. Woods avoids a running cross-body block. Kingston tags in and hits a splash off the top rope as Metalik gets to his feet for a near fall. Metalik stuns Kingston and tags Dorado in. Kingston big boots Dorado down for a two count. Woods tags in. Dorado hits The New Day with a springboard double stunner for a two count on Woods. Dorado tags in. They hit back-to-back splashes on Woods. Dorado tags back in and hits a top rope moonsault, but Kingston breaks up the pin. Kingston puts Dorado on the apron but misses a baseball slide. Metalik hits Kingston with a baseball slide. LHP goes for a double-team move, but Kingston pulls Metalik out of the ring. Woods hits Dorado with a code red facebuster for the win.
Lucha House Party has been eliminated.
Mace and T-Bar make their way to the ring.
The New Day (Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods) vs. T-Bar and Mace
We join this portion of Tag Team Turmoil in progress. Mace is clubbing away at Woods. Mace hits a running forearm on Woods for a two count. Mace applies a nerve hold to Woods. Woods fights up and hits a step-up enzuigiri. Mace attacks Woods in the corner and puts him on the top rope. Mace stuns Woods with a shot to the face, but Woods fights him off and hits a missile dropkick to the knee. T-Bar tags in and stomps Woods. Woods fights back, but T-Bar cuts him off. T-Bar sends Woods into the ropes for a big back elbow for a two count. T-Bar applies a chin lock. Mace tags in as Woods hits a jawbreaker on T-Bar. Mace hits Woods with a back suplex for a near fall. Mace applies a neck vice, but Woods fights out and kicks him in the midsection. Mace knocks Kingston off the apron. T-Bar tags in and sends Kingston into the barricade. Mace hits Woods with a kick to the temples. T-Bar lifts Woods for Feast Your Eyes, but Kingston counters into a schoolboy for the elimination!
T-Bar and Mace have been eliminated.
T-Bar angrily attacks Woods outside the ring. Mace throws Kingston into the barricade and puts him in the ring. Mace hits Kingston with a running back suplex.
Mansoor and Mustafa Ali are up next. Mansoor charges the ring despite Ali’s protests. Mansoor attacks T-Bar and Mace, but they quickly take him down. Ali stays at ringside and yells for Mansoor to get out of the ring. Ali gets in the ring and dropkicks Mace. T-Bar then big boots Ali down. Mace sends Mansoor out of the ring before T-Bar throws Ali over the top rope. T-Bar sends Mansoor into the steel steps. They then send Ali into the ring post, turning him inside out. T-Bar and Mace grab the top half of the steel steps and drive them into Mansoor’s forehead. They put the steps in the ring and grab Kingston. T-Bar then lawn darts Kingston into the steps held up by Mace.
WWE Officials Adam Pearce and Sonya Deville run down to ringside to try to regain order. WWE referees and producers are also down there. Mace and T-Bar grab Woods and double chokeslam him into the ring post!
Replays are shown of the destruction caused by T-Bar and Mace. Sonya Deville said they are not ending like this in Miami. They’ll give these teams some time to regroup and finish this match later tonight.
Bobby Lashley and MVP have been added to Tag Team Turmoil. AJ Styles and Omos are also still to make an appearance.
#1 Contender’s Match
Drew McIntyre vs. Sheamus
The winner will face Damian Priest for the WWE United States Championship. Footage is shown from last week’s Triple Threat Match, where Priest beat McIntyre clean to retain the title.
Sheamus jokingly goes for a handshake, but McIntyre tells him to stick it. They lock up, and McIntyre powers Sheamus to the corner. They tussle a bit before breaking it up. They lock up, and Sheamus hits a headlock takeover. Sheamus cinches in the headlock. WWE United States Champion Damian Priest is shown watching backstage. McIntyre whips Sheamus off, but Sheamus shoulder blocks him down. Sheamus hits the ropes, but McIntyre ducks a clothesline and hits a shoulder tackle. McIntyre pulls Sheamus to his feet and chops him back. McIntyre stomps and chops Sheamus in the corner. McIntyre sends Sheamus into the ropes, but Sheamus holds on and knees him. Sheamus puts McIntyre on the apron and clubs the back. Sheamus then starts up the 10 Beats of the Bodhran. McIntyre blocks it halfway through and viciously elbows Sheamus in the face. McIntyre then does the 10 Beats of the Bodhran to Sheamus! Sheamus quickly counters out with a snap off the top rope. McIntyre falls to ringside. Sheamus goes to the top rope and hits a diving clothesline to the floor!
Sheamus puts McIntyre in the ring and charges, but McIntyre hits a Double-A Spinebuster followed by a jackknife pin for a near fall. McIntyre chops Sheamus and heads to the corner. McIntyre goes to the top rope, but Sheamus cuts him off. Sheamus clubs away at McIntyre’s back while going to the second rope. Sheamus sets up for a superplex, but McIntyre clubs him off. McIntyre looks to the floor and goes for a superplex. Sheamus blocks it and clubs McIntyre. Sheamus stands on the top rope and hits McIntyre with a WILD superplex!
We come back from the break to see McIntyre fight up from a chin lock. They exchange stiff chops. McIntyre sends Sheamus to the corner, but Sheamus quickly responds with a back elbow. McIntyre fires back with a pair of clotheslines before sending him into the ropes for an overhead belly-to-belly suplex. Sheamus quickly knocks McIntyre back, but McIntyre hits a neckbreaker. McIntyre kips up and gets fired up. Sheamus quickly kicks the knee out and powers himself up to the top rope. McIntyre meets him there and hits an overhead belly-to-belly superplex for a near fall.
McIntyre counters a slam into a sunset flip for a two count. McIntyre goes for a Glasgow Kiss, but he hits Sheamus’s face mask. Sheamus hits an Alabama Slam for a near fall. Sheamus goes to the corner and mocks McIntyre’s countdown. McIntyre clotheslines him down and hits a Future Shock DDT for a near fall. McIntyre sizes Sheamus up and charges, but Sheamus lifts him. McIntyre slides off and sends him into the ring post shoulder-first. McIntyre then takes him down and applies a Kimura Lock! Sheamus struggles, but he makes it to the bottom rope.
Sheamus puts McIntyre on the apron, but McIntyre snaps him off the top rope. McIntyre dives off the top rope, but Sheamus sidesteps him and hits a pump knee for a near fall! Sheamus grabs McIntyre, but McIntyre catches him with an inside cradle for a near fall. McIntyre hits Sheamus with White Noise for a near fall. McIntyre cannot believe it. They trade forearms from their knees, completely and totally exhausted. McIntyre then rips Sheamus’s mask off and kicks him in the neck. McIntyre goes for a Claymore Kick, but Sheamus counters into a roll-up with a handful of tights for the win!
Winner by Pinfall: Sheamus
McIntyre angrily grabs Sheamus’s mask. Sheamus begs him off, but McIntyre floors him with a shot to the skull. McIntyre then counts down and connects with a Claymore Kick.
Sheamus will face Damian Priest for the WWE United States Championship at WWE Extreme Rules.
Kevin Patrick interviews Damian Priest backstage. Priest loves a good fight, which is why he likes squaring up with Drew McIntyre and Sheamus. Priest will enjoy the match at Extreme Rules. Priest has Sheamus’s number. Come Extreme Rules, Sheamus’s night will end like tonight, except with sounds that will live forever, like the ring announcer saying Priest is still the United States Champion.
Sarah Schreiber catches up with Rhea Ripley and Nikki A.S.H. Schreiber says it doesn’t seem like they have much in common. Ripley wanted to be a champion and liked watching Nikki achieve so much. Nikki says they don’t have much in common, but they’re working on it and will get there… probably, she thinks. Ripley says if they end up beating Natalya and Tamina, maybe gold will be in their future. Nikki shouts, “Super Brutality!”
Nikki A.S.H. and Rhea Ripley make their way to the ring.
Raw Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair is backstage. Sarah Schreiber asks how she’ll respond to losing to Nia Jax in the title match tonight. Flair says Jax said she would splatter her, but she’s still here. Flair will do whatever it takes. The crowd Jax said she would stick up her royal behind will be bashed over her head. The Irresistible Force cannot resist the Queen of WWE.
Charlotte Flair will defend the Raw Women’s Championship against Nia Jax later tonight.
Nikki A.S.H. and Rhea Ripley vs. WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Natalya and Tamina
Nikki A.S.H. will start against Tamina. Nikki A.S.H. has an armband that says “DAFF” on it. Tamina doesn’t look impressed by her. Tamina knocks her back and disregards her. Tamina corners Nikki and counters a monkey flip. Tamina puts her on the top rope and before putting her on her shoulders. Nikki elbows her and goes for a sunset flip. Tamina won’t go down and goes for a cannonball. Nikki avoids it and hits a dropkick. Rhea Ripley tags in and throws Nikki at Tamina. Ripley and Tamina exchange punches before Natalya tags in. Natalya hits a headlock takeover. Ripley whips her off and tags Nikki in. Ripley puts Nikki on her shoulders and whips her into Natalya. Natalya quickly takes Nikki and puts her in the corner. Nikki elbows Natalya back and yells at Tamina. Nikki attacks Tamina, so Natalya takes her down from behind. Natalya hits a snapmare and dropkicks her in the back. Tamina goes outside and hits Ripley with a superkick.
We return from the break to see Tamina charge Nikki in the corner, but Nikki sidesteps her. Natalya tags in and goes for a Sharpshooter, but Nikki kicks her away. Ripley tags in and hits a pair of short-arm clotheslines followed by a ripcord head-butt. Ripley hits a snapmare and knocks Tamina off the apron. Ripley dropkicks Natalya in the face and gets fired up. Ripley kicks Natalya in the midsection and hits a northern lights suplex for a near fall. Nikki tags in and hits Natalya with a cross-body block. Tamina breaks it up. Ripley hits Tamina with a dropkick. Natalya hits Ripley with a German Suplex. Natalya counters a tornado DDT from Nikki and hits a Discus Clothesline. Ripley blind tags in and hits Natalya with the Riptide for the win.
Winners by Pinfall: Nikki A.S.H. and Rhea Ripley
Moist TV was taped earlier today. John Morrison had Karrion Kross on the show. Morrison wants to know what makes Kross tick. Kross thanks him for having him on the show. It’s a real honor. Kross can be easily described as a person that wants to make people’s worst dreams a reality. Morrison wants to know what he plans to do next. Kross plans on making Morrison suffer. Kross will eliminate Morrison out of existence. Morrison says he’s been in the game for two decades and has been in the ring with Undertaker, Kane, and DX. Kross says Morrison asked for answers. Tonight, he’ll get them in the ring when he teaches Morrison to fall and pray.
Karrion Kross makes his way to the ring.
The commentators talk about September being Pediatric Cancer Month. A video shows off some of the warriors fighting off the dreaded disease.
Karrion Kross vs. John Morrison
The bell rings, and Morrison grabs the arm. Kross shoves him off and avoids some kicks. Kross hits a headlock takeover and punches away at Morrison. Kross connects with a Doomsday Saito Suplex. Kross goes for the Krossjacket, but Morrison falls into the ropes. Morrison grabs a Drip Stick and sprays it in Kross’ face. Kross looks infuriated. Kross annihilates Morrison and gives him a back body drop onto the ring post. Morrison falls in a heap to the floor. Kross gets him in the ring and applies the Krossjacket. The referee calls for the bell.
Winner by Referee Stoppage: Karrion Kross
Video Package: Nia Jax
Sarah Schreiber asks Nia Jax for a response to Charlotte Flair. Jax says everything Flair said was a defense mechanism. No one has physically overpowered her as Jax did. She did splatter Flair. Now Flair wants to bash her with the crown, but she can’t find it since she shoved it so far up her royal behind. Flair has no dignity and will have no title soon.
Raw Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair makes her way to the ring. She’ll defend the title against Jax next.
Video Package: Nia Jax runs wild on Nikki A.S.H., Rhea Ripley, and Charlotte Flair
Raw Women’s Championship
Charlotte Flair (c) vs. Nia Jax w/ Shayna Baszler
Before the match gets started, Shayna Baszler gets on the apron with a microphone. Baszler says she doesn’t think Nia Jax has what it takes to beat Flair twice in a row. Baszler can. Will her tag partner become a champion, or will she choke?
Flair attacks Jax from behind. They tussle into the ropes before the referee separates them. Flair taunts her before getting out of the ring. Flair tells Jax to “kiss my ass.” Flair takes the Raw Women’s Championship and goes to leave. Baszler stands in her way. Jax grabs Flair by the hair, but Flair snaps her off the top rope. Flair gets in the ring, and Jax clotheslines her down. Flair quickly elbows Jax in the face. Flair flips through a back suplex attempt and hits a chop block. Jax quickly stops her and puts her on the top rope. Jax goes for a superplex, but Flair slides out and powerbombs her for a near fall. Flair stomps away at Jax’s knee. Jax kicks her away, and Flair hits the bottom turnbuckle. Corey Graves says the match is getting ugly but is also getting good.
We come back from the break to see Flair heading to the top rope. Flair hits a moonsault block to the floor and takes Jax down. Baszler goes to blindside Flair but puts the brakes on when she nearly hits Jax. Jax stares at her partner. Jax gets in the ring and goes for a powerbomb. Flair counters into a sunset flip attempt, but Jax powers her up and sends her to the corner. Jax connects with an avalanche. Baszler gets on the apron, so Jax yells at her. Flair hits Jax with Natural Selection off the top rope for the win.
Winner by Pinfall and still Raw Women’s Champion: Charlotte Flair
Alexa Bliss appears on the big screen. Now that Flair is done fighting, it’s time for some fun. She and Lilly are inviting Flair to come to their playground. Lilly wants to try one of Flair’s robes on. Flair says that’s cute, but the Queen doesn’t do cute. Flair isn’t interested in the mind games and isn’t coming to the playground. Lilly has a lot of pent-up energy. Does Flair know what it’s like to be with a maniacal lunatic? Of course, Charlotte does. She’s a Flair. If Flair doesn’t come to them, they’ll bring the playground to her.
The lights flicker around Flair and go out. When they come back on, Alexa Bliss and Lilly are standing in the ring. Flair turns and looks. Flair wants to know what Bliss wants. Bliss points at the title. A “YES” chant lightly picks up. This isn’t Bliss’ playground. It’s hers. Flair leaves the ring.
Video Package: Reggie retains his WWE 24/7 Championship through the weeks
WWE 24/7 Champion Reggie makes his way to the ring. He’ll face Akira Tozawa next.
WWE 24/7 Championship
Reggie (c) vs. Akira Tozawa
Reggie flips around to avoid some offense from Tozawa before hitting a backflip dropkick. Reggie kicks Tozawa and hits a somersault scissor kick. Reggie hits a somersault senton for the win.
Winner by Pinfall and still WWE 24/7 Champion: Reggie
R-Truth runs down, but Reggie avoids him. More 24/7 jobbers run down like Cedric Alexander, Humberto Carrillo, Jeff Hardy, Drew Gulak, and Jaxson Ryker also come out. Reggie takes them all out. All of a sudden, Drake Maverick appears behind him. Reggie ducks a clothesline from R-Truth. R-Truth tells Maverick to go home to his wife.
Replays are shown of Doudrop destroying Eva Marie last week on WWE Raw.
Doudrop says she destroyed Eva because Eva has a habit of getting out of matches. The Eva-lution is an Eva delusion. Doudrop will start her own revolution.
The New Day make their way to the ring. Tag Team Turmoil resumes next.
Raw Tag Team Champions RK-Bro are seated at ringside once again.
Replays are shown of T-Bar and Mace running wild on everyone, leading to this match being stopped to resume later tonight.
Tag Team Turmoil (match resumes)
The New Day (Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods) vs. Mustafa Ali and Mansoor
Kofi Kingston will start against Mansoor. Kingston wrenches the arm, but Mansoor comes back with an arm drag. They hit the ropes. Ali pulls the middle rope down to get Kingston out of the ring. Woods runs over to check on his partner. Ali tags in and puts Kingston in the ring for a one count. Ali applies a chin lock, but Kingston fights up. Ali clubs the back and has a whip reversed. Kingston hits Ali with an SOS.
Woods tags in and puts Ali against the ropes before hitting a dropkick. Ali quickly tackles Woods to the corner and tags Mansoor in. Mansoor clubs the back and puts him in the electric chair. Ali goes to the top rope, but Woods slides off and sends Mansoor into him. Kingston climbs on Mansoor and goes to the middle rope to hit Ali with a superplex. Woods rolls Mansoor up for a near fall. Woods tries to lift Mansoor, but his back is still hurting from tonight’s attack. Mansoor rolls Woods up for a near fall. Ali tells Mansoor to get on him, but Mansoor says Woods is hurt. Ali angrily blind tags in and kicks away at Woods’ injured back. Woods ducks a kick and punches away at Ali. Kingston tags in and hits Ali with a cross-body block. Kingston knocks Mansoor off the apron. Ali quickly takes Kingston out with a superkick. Ali goes to the top rope for a 450 splash, but Kingston moves. Kingston hits Ali with Trouble in Paradise. Woods, who blind-tagged in, hits Ali with a diving elbow drop across the ring for the elimination.
Mustafa Ali and Mansoor have been eliminated.
AJ Styles and Omos are up next.
The New Day (Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods) vs. AJ Styles and Omos
We join this portion of Tag Team Turmoil in progress. Styles is stretching Woods out. Styles stops Woods from making a tag and floors him before punching away at the lower back. Styles whips Woods hard into the corner. Woods screams in pain. Styles puts Woods in the corner and attacks the lower back. Styles taunts Kingston and tags Omos in. Omos steps over the top rope. Woods desperately tries to get to his corner, but Omos grabs him. Omos sends him down to the canvas with a forearm across the back. Omos then stands on Woods’ injured back. Omos sends Woods to the corner and taunts Kingston. Omos avalanches Woods in the corner. Styles tags in and covers Woods for a near fall. Styles hits Woods with a suplex for another near fall. Styles applies a chin lock to the nearly spent Woods. Woods fights up, so Styles knocks him back down. Styles viciously kicks him in the hamstring. Styles grabs the leg, but Woods responds with some forearms that knock Styles out of the ring. Woods goes for a tag, but Styles runs interference. Kingston avoids an attack from Styles. Styles and Woods then take each other out with stereo clotheslines.
Kingston and Omos tag in. Omos swats Kingston out of midair attempting a springboard ax handle. Omos taunts the crowd.
We come back from the break to see Styles put Kingston on the top rope. Kingston fights him off and hits a flying double stomp to the chest. Styles fights back and goes for a moonsault into a reverse DDT, but Kingston counters out. Kingston hits Trouble in Paradise, but Omos breaks up the pin. Omos viciously throws Woods out of the ring. Kingston attacks Omos, so Omos throws off and puts him on Styles. Styles hits the Styles Clash for the elimination.
The New Day has been eliminated.
AJ Styles and Omos vs. WWE Champion Bobby Lashley and MVP
An “MVP” chant fires up for the hometown guy. MVP tags Bobby Lashley in before seeing any action. Styles kicks Lashley and applies a side headlock. Lashley lifts Styles off his feet and slams him down. Lashley sends Styles hard into the corner, and Styles’ face bounces off the top of the ring post. Lashley viciously clubs Styles down in the corner and rips at his face. Styles flips through a back suplex but doesn’t land on his feet. Styles recovers and hits a Pele Kick.
Omos tags in, and the crowd buzzes over this interesting power matchup. Omos signals for a test of strength. Lashley obliges, and they lock horns. A “Bobby” chant fires up. Lashley kicks away at Omos and powers him to the corner. Lashley shoulders away at Omos’ midsection before applying a front facelock. Lashley sets up for a suplex, but Omos doesn’t leave his feet. Omos hits a delayed front suplex. Omos big boots Lashley over the top rope. Lashley lands in front of RK-Bro. Lashley gets on his feet and comes face-to-face with Randy Orton. Styles dives off the commentary table to take out Lashley and Orton. Omos grabs Riddle and sends him into the barricade.
Styles, who has a nasty welt on his lower back, puts Lashley in the ring. MVP grabs Styles, but Styles takes him down with a Pele Kick. Omos throws Riddle over the commentary table. Styles gets on the apron and signals for the end. Styles goes for a Phenomenal Forearm, but Lashley avoids it and crushes him with a spear for the win.
Winners by Pinfall: WWE Champion Bobby Lashley and MVP
WWE Champion Bobby Lashley and MVP will take on RK-Bro for the Raw Tag Team Championship next week on Raw.
Omos grabs Lashley and lays him out with a double-hand chokebomb. Lashley angrily gets to his feet, and Orton drops him with an RKO from out of nowhere, of course. RK-Bro poses as the show comes to an end.
Quick Match Results
- Sheamus def. Drew McIntyre in a #1 Contender’s Match for the WWE United States Championship
- Nikki A.S.H. and Rhea Ripley def. WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Natalya and Tamina (non-title)
- Karrion Kross def. John Morrison via Referee Stoppage
- Charlotte Flair def. Nia Jax to retain the Raw Women’s Championship
- Reggie def. Akira Tozawa to retain the WWE 24/7 Championship
- WWE Champion Bobby Lashley and MVP win Tag Team Turmoil
- The New Day (Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods) def. The Viking Raiders (Erik and Ivar)
- The New Day def. Jinder Mahal and Veer
- The New Day def. Lucha House Party (Gran Metalik and Lince Dorado)
- The New Day def. T-Bar and Mace
- The New Day def. Mustafa Ali and Mansoor
- AJ Styles and Omos def. The New Day
- WWE Champion Bobby Lashley and MVP def. AJ Styles and Omos
Wrestleview Post-Raw will return next week. Happy Labor Day to those in the United States!
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