WWE Raw Results:

WWE Raw Results

Welcome to Bleacher Report’s live coverage of WWE Row’s go-home event in anticipation of Survivor Series: Wargames. WWE Raw Results.Wargames is the subject of this year’s pay-per-view once again, so management set aside one, space for each men’s team to play on Saturday night in an effort to get first entry. Along with these bouts…

Welcome to Bleacher Report’s live coverage of WWE Row’s go-home event in anticipation of Survivor Series: Wargames. WWE Raw Results.
Wargames is the subject of this year’s pay-per-view once again, so management set aside one,

space for each men’s team to play on Saturday night in an effort to get first entry. Along with these bouts on Monday, we saw Chad Gable defeat Shinnosuke Nakamura, dangerous fighter Raquel Rodriguez defeat Xia Li, and Becky Lynch defeat Chad Lynch. Lastly, Drew McIntyre discussed his actions the week before and his thoughts on The Judgement Day. Let’s look at everything that happened on Monday night.

Opening Segment

After a little video montage, Drew McIntyre and the other wrestlers squared up to start Raw. Despite the jeers from the audience, he claimed he would be heard by everyone. The Scot says he could care less about people who have deserted him since they were never his followers in the first place. He ridiculed Jay Use for never having shown regret to the people he had harmed when he was a member of The Bloodline.

Speaking, McIntyre talked about all he had sacrificed for his family, including the time Jay’s family robbed him of the opportunity to play in front of them in Europe. He declared he wouldn’t be there on The Judgement Day, but Rhea Ripley extended an invitation to him Jay has the willingness to comply if he is placed in a cage. Jay came out to respond, but The Judgement Day materialized behind McIntyre to provide assistance. Jay’s Wargames team eventually joined him.
Adam Pearce said that he didn’t want anyone on either team to fight because he believed that fighting on either side would give his team the advantage on Saturday night. He also gave the babyface team instructions to choose a fifth participant by the end of the night. While McIntyre performed admirably in his section, the remainder of it seemed a bit forced in an effort to push the two teams into a standoff, which would have been more advantageous at the conclusion of the program than the beginning.

Grade:

B-

Notable Moments and Observations

Has McIntyre’s hair been becoming progressively darker? It used to be brown, but now it almost looks black.

Pearce allowed the teams to select the fighter for this episode in order to give them an advantage over the other teams in the Wargames.

We saw a titanic clash between Jac and Rodriguez in this week’s singles contest.

Nia Jax vs. Raquel Rodriguez

Jac was able to take charge straight immediately due of her advantage—her size. She engaged in a lengthy tirade before Rodriguez stopped her with a shoulder tackle, causing her to retreat from the ring. As we returned from the break, Jac had regained control of the situation after beginning to focus her attack on her opponent’s back. Rodriguez tried to lift Jac up on her shoulders, but her injuries made it impossible for her to do so. Jac won after hitting her finisher after she failed to land a powerbomb. This was great and beyond expectations. “Irresistible Force vs. Conflict “Immovable Object”-style The main attraction in this case was Rodriguez, who always looks her finest next to someone larger or more like in stature.

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Notable Moments and Observations

During a brief backstage conversation, Damian Priest told Ripley that he wanted to fight in the advantage match, but she turned him down, saying they needed to wait for McIntyre to discuss it as a group. The Archer of Infamy seems to find this annoying.
Rodriguez completed a stunning crossbody from the apron to the floor.
Rodriguez made a beautiful shot, but his corkscrew elbow drop looked more like a senton.

Becky Lynch vs. Xia Li

Before entering the cage at Wargames on Monday, Lynch had some personal business to attend to with Li. Due to their ongoing feud, Lyra Valkyrie, the NXT women’s champion, attended Li’s performance in the crowd. Li started the fight with the advantage, but Lynch’s well-timed takedown changed the game and gave The Man the upper hand until her opponent took the lead back before the half. When the program returned, Lynch began to come alive.
After exchanging spectacular moves and near falls, The Man eventually executed the Manhandle Slam to pin Li for a three-count. Compared to her appearance on the main roster, Li looked significantly better in this bout thus far. It was a terrific and very competitive battle. She needed a display like this, even if she didn’t win. Damage CTRL came from the crowd to start combat, but Lynch’s allies intervened to turn the argument into a full-scale fight.

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Notable Moments and Observations

Li’s twin feuds on Raw and NXT are a big improvement than not showing up on TV at all for much of 2023.
The return of the lightning visuals for the Chinese star’s entrance by WWE was awesome. It was one of the few great augmented reality pictures the firm has. Lynch seemed to have a big black eye due to the partial erasure of her face paint.
Whatever Li’s attempt to swivel Lynch around on her shoulders was, we most likely missed it. It’s hard to tell what she was trying to do, but it looks like something went awry.

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