WWE Raw Results
March 13, 2023
Providence, Rhode Island (Amica Mutual Pavillion)
Commentary: Kevin Patrick and Corey Graves
Results by: Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com
“Then. Now. Forever. Together.” The WWE video leads us into the show.
We go live into the Amica Mutual Pavillion to see WWE Hall of Famer Edge making his way to the ring. Edge gets a great reaction from the Providence crowd.
Coming up tonight, Brock Lesnar and Omos will go Face to Face. Cody Rhodes will also battle LA Knight. Rey Mysterio, who will be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame: Class of 2023 this year, will return to Raw. Finally, Kevin Owens and Solo Sikoa will battle in a Street Fight.
Edge stands in the ring, and the crowd gives him a great ovation. Edge says getting a reaction like this never gets old. This is why he still does this. Edge knows why he’s here. Providence also knows. Edge calls out Finn Bálor to the ring so they can finally be done with this.
The Judgment Day’s music hits, and they all appear on the stage. Finn Bálor stands alongside Dominik Mysterio, Damian Priest, and Rhea Ripley. Edge puts his head down in frustration. Bálor says he’s here live and in the flesh. They remain on the stage. Bálor says he finally agrees with all the clowns and wants to hear what he has to say. Edge says he’s not here to say anything. Edge is here to end this, but Bálor is just going to hide back there. If Edge comes over there, he’ll sick Pugsley and Wednesday on him.
A few weeks ago, Bálor challenged him to a match at WrestleMania. Since Bálor isn’t man enough to come in here and face him, if he wants his match at WrestleMania, then he’s got it. Bálor celebrates that he’s going to WrestleMania. If Edge thought the beating he got at Extreme Rules was bad… Edge tells him to shut his mouth. For the last year of his comeback, he’s wasted it with all of them. The year before that, he wrestled in front of a bunch of TV screens in the ThunderDome. Edge doesn’t have time for this. Edge needs to accomplish what he needs to do before he’s done. He’s running out of time. Bálor pulled the Judgment Day out from under his feet and made them better. Edge can admit that because he leaned into what they are: bitter, immature malcontents. They’re an emo-delight. It worked. Every other week, they have left him laying. They made Edge utter two words he never thought would fall out of his mouth: I Quit. Then they still bashed Beth’s skull in with a con-chair-to.
For the last year, they’ve tried to make his life a living hell. A lot of the time, they accomplished it. There is only one way that this can end. Edge says, “At WrestleMania, Edge versus Finn Bálor inside Hell in a Cell!” The crowd erupts! Bálor stares at him stone-faced. An “Edge” chant picks up. Bálor says he’s been to hell before and it spit him out. Hell couldn’t handle his Demons. Bálor says, “I’ll see you at WrestleMania.” Until then…
Damian Priest, Rhea Ripley, and Dominik Mysterio make their way to the ring. They triple-team Edge and beat him down. The crowd boos. Dexter Lumis, Candice LeRae, and Johnny Gargano run down to make the save. Ripley easily handles LeRae.
Tag Team Match
The Judgment Day (Damian Priest and Dominik Mysterio) w/ Rhea Ripley vs. Johnny Gargano and Dexter Lumis w/ Candice LeRae
We join this match in progress. Johnny Gargano is punching away at Dominik Mysterio in the corner. Mysterio fights back and applies a side headlock. Gargano whips him off, but Mysterio shoulder tackles him down. Gargano quickly gets to his feet and hits a pair of arm drags. Mysterio drops down, but Gargano stops himself. Gargano kicks Mysterio in the head. Mysterio quickly tags in Damian Priest. Gargano looks over to Dexter Lumis and tags him in.
Lumis and Priest circle the ring and lock up. Priest wrenches the arm, but Lumis rolls through and kips up. Priest twists out and applies a side headlock. Lumis whips him off, but Priest shoulder tackles him down before taunting the crowd. Lumis kips up, and Priest backs up. Priest kicks Lumis in the midsection and punches him to the corner. Priest beats him down before whipping him to the opposite corner. Lumis hits the turnbuckles hard and falls to his knees. Priest kicks away at Lumis and sends him into the ropes, but he lowers his head and eats a kick. Lumis then dropkicks Priest out of the ring. Priest slaps the commentary table in frustration and gets back in the ring. Lumis connects with a drop-toe-hold and tags Gargano in. Lumis bounces Priest’s face off Gargano’s boots. Priest quickly punches Gargano down and lifts him before hitting snake eyes on the top turnbuckle. Mysterio tags in and punches away at Gargano before taunting the crowd. Mysterio whips Gargano to the corner and charges, but Gargano gets his knees up. Gargano sends Mysterio out of the ring with a running hurricanrana. Gargano sets up for a plancha, but he lands on his feet when Mysterio moves. Gargano kicks Mysterio in the face and avoids Priest. Lumis punches Priest back. Gargano wipes out Mysterio and Priest with a cannonball off the apron.
We come back from the break to see Gargano chopping at Priest’s chests. Priest claps the ears and puts Gargano in his corner. Mysterio tags in to loud boos from the crowd. Mysterio chokes Gargano in the corner and tags Priest back in. Priest taunts the crowd and punches Lumis. Priest hits Gargano with a running elbow before dropping him with a Broken Arrow. Mysterio tags in and hits a slingshot rolling senton a la Eddie Guerrero for a two-count. Mysterio applies a chin lock. Gargano fights up, but Mysterio cuts him off and starts the Three Amigos to loud boos. Mysterio connects with the trifecta of suplexes for a near fall. Ripley argues the count with the referee. Mysterio taunts the crowd. Gargano pulls himself up and punches Mysterio back. Mysterio knocks him away and dropkicks him into the ropes. Gargano avoids a 619 and hits a slingshot spear!
Lumis and Priest tag in. Lumis takes it to Priest and hits a spinebuster. Mysterio charges, but he takes a spinebuster from Lumis as well. Lumis goes back and forth hitting Priest and Mysterio with avalanches. Lumis hits Mysterio with a bulldog. Lumis then hits Priest with a back suplex and a twisting leg drop for a two-count. Lumis lifts Priest, but he slides off his shoulders. Mysterio blind tags in. Lumis clotheslines Priest over the top rope. Mysterio kicks Lumis in the face and rolls him up with his feet on the ropes, but Candice LeRae pushes them off. Lumis and Mysterio take each other out with a double clothesline.
Outside the ring, Ripley charges LeRae, but LeRae pushes her into the steel steps. Ripley quickly comes back with an electric chair drop into the barricade! Lumis appears behind her, but he soon turns into a clothesline from Priest! Priest gets Lumis in the ring. Priest is apparently the legal competitor. Priest crushes Lumis with a flatliner and tags Ex-Con Dom in. Mysterio hits a Frog Splash, but Gargano breaks up the pin just in time! Priest gets in the ring, but Gargano ducks a spin kick. Gargano superkicks Priest out of the ring and hits a suicide dive. Mysterio drops Gargano with a baseball slide. Mysterio goes for the Three Amigos on Lumis, but Lumis gets out of it. Lumis grabs Mysterio, but Mysterio tags Priest in. Priest kicks Lumis in the head and hits South of Heaven for the victory!
Winners by Pinfall: The Judgment Day
It is confirmed: at WrestleMania, Edge will battle Finn Bálor inside Hell in a Cell.
Earlier today, Cathy Kelley attempted to interview The Miz, who is the host of WrestleMania. Chad Gable runs up to Miz and asks if he’s seen Otis. Miz says if he lost his dog, that’s not his problem. Miz has flyers for this. Gable says that’s a great idea and runs off. Kelley asks about a co-host for WrestleMania, which makes Miz scoff. The camera then cuts away to see Damage CTRL viciously triple-teaming WWE Hall of Famer Trish Stratus. They bounce her off some road crates and hit a triple superkick.
Omos makes his way to the ring alongside MVP. He’ll go Face to Face with Brock Lesnar next.
Omos is standing in the ring alongside his manager MVP. Omos will battle Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania. MVP says, “Brock Lesnar, you are a brilliant athlete but a terrible tactician.” Lesnar made a critical error putting his hands on him two weeks ago, but the biggest mistake he’s ever made in his career was accepting a match against the 7-foot, 3-inch 416-pound “Nigerian Giant” Omos at WrestleMania.
Brock Lesnar’s music hits, and he comes out to a big reaction from the Providence crowd. Cowboy Brock circles the ring and is smiling. Lesnar gets in the ring and scares MVP back. The crowd is buzzing. Lesnar signals that Omos is big. A “Holy S**t” chant picks up, which is annoyingly censored by the USA Network. Lesnar steps up to Omos, who towers over him. Omos looks down at his WrestleMania opponent and holds a fist up to Lesnar’s face. His fist is half the size of Lesnar’s face, and Lesnar is a big man. Omos then extends a hand. A “Suplex City” chant picks up. Lesnar shakes hands with Omos and laughs. Omos won’t let go, so Lesnar stomps his foot. Lesnar goes for a German Suplex, but Omos elbows him away. Omos grabs Lesnar by the head and throws him over the top rope. Lesnar doesn’t initially go over, so Omos powers him over. Lesnar lands on his feet and backs up as WWE Officials run down to the ring. Lesnar puts his hat on and walks off.
Replays are shown of Jey Uso turning on Sami Zayn and viciously attacking him last week on Raw. The Usos double-teamed Zayn before Cody Rhodes made the save. Last Friday on SmackDown, Zayn and Rhodes would attack The Usos and send them out of the ring.
“Wrestling has more than one royal family.”
“The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes makes his way to the ring. Rhodes will face LA Knight next.
Cody Rhodes vs. LA Knight
The bell rings, and they circle the ring. They lock up and tussle around the ring for position. Knight turns him in the corner and gives a clean break. Knight then blindsides him with a right hand. Rhodes reverses a whip and hits an arm drag. Rhodes wrenches the arm and punches him down. Rhodes wrenches the arm before transitioning to a side headlock. Knight backs him into the corner, so Rhodes releases the hold. Rhodes shoves him back. Rhodes gets out of a waistlock and knees him in the face for a two-count. Knight quickly rolls out of the ring to recover. Rhodes sets up for a suicide dive, but Knight punches him. Knight pulls Rhodes out of the ring and tries to bounce him off the barricade, but Rhodes blocks it. Rhodes bounces him off the barricade, but Knight comes back by whipping Rhodes’s arm into the ring post. An irate Rhodes knocks him into the steel steps and bounces him off the ring post. Rhodes gets Knight in the ring and goes to the top rope. Knight quickly goes to the top rope and hits a big superplex!
We come back from the break to see Rhodes attempt a delayed vertical suplex on Knight, but Knight rakes the eyes and hits a DDT for a near fall. Knight talks some trash and applies a chin lock. Rhodes fights up and twists out. Rhodes turns him around and clotheslines him down before hitting a Goldust uppercut. Rhodes connects with a snap powerslam and gets fired up. Rhodes connects with a Disaster Kick for a near fall.
Rhodes hits the ropes and goes for a Cody Cutter, but Knight counters into a slam for a near fall. Knight goes for Blunt Force Trauma, but Rhodes gets out and hits a springboard off the top rope for a massive Cody Cutter! Rhodes is fired up and hits Cross Rhodes for the victory!
Winner by Pinfall: Cody Rhodes
Cody Rhodes grabs a microphone and looks at the crowd. The Providence crowd gives him a great ovation. A “Cody” chant picks up. Rhodes says he keeps hearing these warnings from Mr. Heyman that he should stay out of Bloodline business. Rhodes does not work for the Bloodline or Mr. Heyman. If Rhodes wants to come out here and stand side by side with Sami Zayn, he can do that. If he wants to fight alongside Kevin Owens, he can do that. Rhodes has also heard Mr. Heyman warn not to make this personal. Rhodes says it has been personal since he appeared on this show at 21 years old in front of these same cameramen. It’s personal when week after week, he’s choked up with every sentence. It’s personal when you wear a protective coat of armor, which is a tailored suit. It’s not because he is somebody. It’s because he wants to be somebody. Mr. Heyman talks about acknowledging Roman Reigns. Rhodes acknowledges him. Reigns needs to acknowledge him.
Rhodes is not perfect, but he has been perfect since coming back to WWE. Rhodes states that he is undefeated. Rhodes grew up thinking that he was a prince in this industry, but he has no crown. On April 2 when the sun goes down on Hollywood, it’s going down on Roman Reigns’ generational run. On April 2, it’s not just those that have Rhodes and Runnels blood pumping through their veins. It’s everyone that has ever rooted him on. Rhodes has waited his whole life and will wait no longer. On April 2, he will pin Reigns in the middle of the ring and be the first Rhodes to ever say is the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion!
Replays are shown of Logan Paul challenging Seth “Freakin” Rollins to a WrestleMania match. The Miz made the match official. Logan Paul then knocked Rollins out with a straight right hand.
Byron Saxton is backstage with Seth “Freakin” Rollins. Rollins is laughing and dancing around. Saxton asks about the sucker punch. Rollins says Logan Paul was acting like he won the lottery because he did. Paul landed the shot of a lifetime on Rollins. If there is one thing we’ve learned about Rollins over the past two years, you can’t keep him down. The next time Logan Paul…
The Miz walks up behind Rollins. Miz says Rollins is just jealous that Logan Paul knocked him out with a single punch. Rollins has lost control of the narrative. Miz says as the host of WrestleMania, he has privileged information. Next Monday, Logan Paul will host imPAULsive TV. Miz will be a guest. Baron Corbin walks up and says he can be a guest since his schedule is free. Miz says that’s not going to happen. Corbin mentions he could be a co-host of WrestleMania. Rollins laughs. Miz says he doesn’t have that kind of pull. Corbin suggests he could train Rollins how to protect himself. Rollins says he’d rather take boxing lessons from his baby daughter. Corbin says Rollins is lucky that he’s not facing him because he could knock him out faster than Logan Paul. Rollins says that sounds like a challenge and accepts. Miz tells Corbin if he takes care of Rollins, he’ll put the good word in with Logan Paul.
Elias battles Bronson Reed next.
Elias w/ Rick Boogs vs. Bronson Reed
Elias is wearing an Ezekiel t-shirt. The bell rings, and Reed immediately avalanches Elias down and drops an elbow. Reed crushes Elias with a running cannonball. Reed clubs Elias. Elias tries to fight back, but Reed avalanches him in the corner. Reed easily throws him down for a two-count. Reed applies a neck vice. Elias fights up and elbows him back. Elias connects with a boot and comes off the second rope with a cross-body block, but Reed catches him. Elias gets out and hits a high knee. Elias hits the ropes, but Reed clotheslines him. Reed connects with a Cyclone Powerslam. Reed goes to the top rope and flattens Elias with a Tsunami for the victory.
Winner by Pinfall: Bronson Reed
Cathy Kelley is backstage and standing outside the trainer’s room. Kelley is hoping for an update on Trish Stratus. Chad Gable comes up with flyers looking for Otis. Kelley says she hasn’t seen him. Gable walks off. WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Becky Lynch and Lita charge by him and enter the trainer’s room.
We’ll take a look back at the confrontation between John Cena and United States Champion Austin Theory.
Cathy Kelley is backstage with Kevin Owens. She asks about facing Solo Sikoa in a Street Fight. She asks why he’s refused help from Sami Zayn. Owens says he needed help for a long time and didn’t get it. Zayn has been asking him for help. With the history between them, is it really that hard to understand why he wouldn’t want to fight alongside Sami Zayn? Owens doesn’t need him. As for Cody Rhodes, if he wants to help out Sami Zayn, then that’s his problem. Owens also doesn’t want Rhodes’ help. Rhodes needs to focus on his WrestleMania match against Roman Reigns. Owens doesn’t want to be responsible for Rhodes not making it to WrestleMania. Owens will fight Sikoa and anyone else he brings by himself.
Video: John Cena verbally deconstructs United States Champion Austin Theory before accepting a match at WrestleMania.
Earlier today, the Street Profits made fun of United States Champion Austin Theory after being destroyed by John Cena. Theory laughs and says he hopes they’ll continue to be good at this because this is all they’ve got. In a few months, they’ll be unemployed. As for him, he got what he wanted, which is a match against John Cena at WrestleMania. Cena had a lot to say about him because he’s the most important thing in WWE. Theory wants to figure out who is the toughest among the Street Profits. Theory thinks it’s Angelo Dawkins. It’s not Montez Ford. When it comes to Ford, he’s a big bag of jokes. The biggest joke is that he lands on his face when he gets an opportunity. Whenever Theory gets an opportunity, he goes straight to the top. The smoke they claim to bring just leads them to choke. Dawkins says Cena is going to humble him at WrestleMania. Dawkins says the humbling doesn’t need to wait. He’ll cook him tonight. Theory accepts and reminds them that they’re doing nothing at WrestleMania.
United States Champion Austin Theory makes his way to the ring. He’ll face Angelo Dawkins next.
WrestleMania is 19 days away.
United States Champion Austin Theory vs. Angelo Dawkins w/ Montez Ford
The bell rings, and Dawkins quickly takes him down with a waistlock a few times. Theory soon elbows him back and stomps him down. Theory whips Dawkins to the corner, but Dawkins slingshots over him. Dawkins cartwheels around him and hits a dropkick. Dawkins hits a big flapjack for a two-count. Theory fights back and punches him down in the corner. Theory hits a snapmare and applies a chin lock. Dawkins fights up, but Theory quickly clubs him back down. Dawkins pops up and dazes Theory with a right hand. Theory reverses a whip and trips him. Theory pulls Dawkins out of the ring and sends him into the barricade. Theory punches away at Dawkins and sends him into the barricade again.
We come back from the break to see Theory beating Dawkins down and talking some trash. Dawkins quickly comes back with an exploder suplex. Dawkins hits a pair of clotheslines. Theory quickly kicks him and sends him into the ropes, but Dawkins jumps over him and hits a flying back elbow. Dawkins hits a twisting avalanche in the corner and connects with an enzuigiri. Theory rolls him up quickly for a two-count. Dawkins hits the Silencer for a near fall. Theory knocks Dawkins back and charges, but Dawkins comes back with a pounce. Theory rolls to the apron and snaps him off the top rope. Theory catches him with a rolling thunder dropkick for a near fall.
Theory hooks Dawkins’ head, but Dawkins counters into an inside cradle for a two-count. Dawkins hits a sunset flip for a two-count. Dawkins connects with a step-up enzuigiri and goes for a twisting avalanche, but Theory rocks him with a right hand. Theory follows up with A-Town Down for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Austin Theory
Theory saunters around the ring before locking Dawkins in the STF, one of John Cena’s signature moves. Theory releases the hold and gets out of the ring as Montez Ford runs down for the save. Theory grabs his title and says, “You can’t see me!”
Rey Mysterio returns to Raw next.
Paul Heyman storms up to Cathy Kelley and says the Bloodline has a problem: Kevin Owens. Tonight, the Bloodline demonstrates that they solve all problems. The Kevin Owens Problem will be solved by the Samoan Street Fighter named Solo. Cody Rhodes also has a problem. Rhodes thinks the truth shall set him free, but the truth will imprison his mind in thinking this will be personal to Roman Reigns. Of course, this is personal to Cody Rhodes. That’s what makes him such a compelling challenger for the main event of WrestleMania. To make this personal to Roman Reigns makes him a schmuck. If Rhodes wants to acknowledge Roman Reigns, then Heyman will give him a chance. Next week on Monday Night Raw, the Tribal Chief will be here on Raw. Cody Rhodes will acknowledge Roman Reigns. At that moment, he’ll make the biggest personal and business decision of his life. Rhodes will decide if he’s a challenger or a problem. Rhodes is a problem that Roman Reigns would love to personally solve.
Video Package: Rey Mysterio is the first inductee into the WWE Hall of Fame: Class of 2023
“The Nature Boy” Ric Flair will be on “The Bump” this Wednesday, where the next Hall of Fame inductee will be announced.
Rey Mysterio, the soon-to-be WWE Hall of Famer, makes his way to the ring to a big reaction. Mysterio poses for a bit and thanks the crowd for the reaction. A “You deserve it” chant picks up. Mysterio says he has to admit that it feels really damn good to be back on Raw. Just last year, they were celebrating 20 years together. It was a huge celebration. Now here they are celebrating the biggest honors of his life. Mysterio wants to be clear about this. This isn’t just his award. This is made by the people that helped him build up his career. This was made by the fans that connected with him for all the years he’s been in the business. This award is not just for him. It’s for all of us.
Dominik Mysterio’s music hits, and he walks out to the stage. Dominik sarcastically congratulates his father, who he just refers to as “Rey.” He actually deserves it because he put his entire life into this business. Dominik hopes it was worth it because Rey earned that honor at the expense of his son. A “You Suck” chant picks up. Dominik gets in the ring. Dominik says Rey put his entire life into this business. Rey chose all of these strangers rather than be there for his kids. Another “You Suck” chant picks up. Is it an honor that Dominik went all those nights without having a father? How does it feel? Rey told him that if he got good grades, he would take him out. When his 8th-grade promotion came up, Rey ditched him for WrestleMania. What else happened? He turned 16. Rey said he’d get him a new car. All of his friends showed up with a brand new Mercedes and Rey got him a BMW? The crowd boos Dominik. Dominik laments that it wasn’t even an M-Series.
Dominik says Rey is afraid because he sees him for what he really is. Dominik sees Rey as a sad, ugly excuse for a father… no, a man. Rey tells him to take that back, but Dominik lowers his microphone. Dominik says he’ll let Rey enjoy his Hall of Fame weekend at WrestleMania, but he’ll make it better for him because he’s challenging him to a match at WrestleMania. Rey looks away in shame as a “YES” chant picks up.
Dominik looks down on his father. Rey says he doesn’t know how many times he has to tell him, but he won’t fight his own son. The crowd boos. Whether Dominik believes it or not, Rey loves Dominik and always will. There will be no match at WrestleMania. Rey walks off. Dominik asks if this is really a Hall of Famer. Is Rey just going to walk away? Dominik says Rey is doing what he does best. Rey ran away from Raw, his entire family, and Dominik. The only thing Rey taught him is what not to be. Rey turns around and looks furious. Rey turns back to the stage and walks off.
Cathy Kelley is still outside the trainer’s room. WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Becky Lynch and Lita come out with Trish Stratus. Lita says they should have finished the job. Stratus says all Damage CTRL has managed to do is piss her off.
The Miz, who is the Host of WrestleMania, makes his way to the ring. He’ll be on commentary for the next match.
Rhea Ripley and the voice of John Cena appear in a “Stranger Things” WrestleMania spoof.
WWE Backlash is coming to Puerto Rico and will be hosted by Bad Bunny.
The Miz will be on commentary for the next match.
Baron Corbin vs. Seth “Freakin” Rollins
Baron Corbin attacks Seth “Freakin” Rollins from behind as he finishes up his entrance. Rollins tells the referee that he is ok to start the match.
Corbin takes it to Rollins for a few moments, but Rollins quickly begins to fight back. Rollins ducks a pair of clotheslines, kicks him in the midsection, and knocks him back. Rollins then clotheslines him over the top rope. Rollins sizes Corbin up and hits a suicide dive that knocks Corbin onto the commentary table. Rollins hits a flying knee to the head off the apron and poses. The Miz shouts at Rollins. The crowd sings Rollins’ theme song. Rollins then sends Corbin into Miz and puts him in the ring. Rollins superkicks Corbin down and catches Miz with an enzuigiri as he gets in the ring. Both Corbin and Miz are down in the ring. Rollins jumps off Miz’s back and hits Corbin with a Stomp for the victory.
Winner by Pinfall: Seth “Freakin” Rollins
Seth “Freakin” Rollins keeps the crowd singing as he heads to the back.
Chad Gable is desperately looking for Otis backstage when Mustafa Ali comes up to him. Ali hasn’t seen Otis. Ali also hasn’t seen Gable smiling. The one thing he’s looking for could be around the corner. Gable shooshes him. Gable turns the corner and sees Otis posing for photos with the Maximum Male Models. ma.cé and mån.sôör say they’re working on Otis’s headshots. They call Gable ugly and walk off. Otis follows and apologizes to his coach.
Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair makes her way to the ring.
Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair vs. Chelsea Green w/ Carmella
They lock up, and Belair powers her down with a shove. Green pushes her back and slaps Belair to the corner. Belair chases her back, but Green puts herself through the ropes to keep Belair back. Belair shoves her and hits a waistlock takeover. Green elbows her in the face, but Belair quickly knocks her back. Belair sidesteps her, avoids a big boot, and takes her down. Belair taunts her and backflips over her. Belair connects with a backbreaker followed by a standing moonsault for a two-count. Carmella gets a cheap shot in, and Green picks up a two-count.
We come back from the break to see Belair rolls Green up for a two-count. Belair hits another roll-up for a two-count. Green quickly sweeps the feet on the ropes and hits a backstabber. Green goes for a move, but they do a slow-motion reversal. Belair then hits a sidewalk slam. Belair hits a pair of clotheslines followed by a dropkick. Belair has a whip reversed, but she slingshots over her. Belair shoulders her in the corner and hits a briefly delayed vertical suplex. Carmella gets on the apron, but Belair knocks her off. Green gets the knees up on a handspring moonsault and covers for a two-count. Green slaps her in the face, and they botch something that gives Green a two-count. Belair goes for a scoop slam, but Green gets out. Green knocks Belair down, but Belair immediately comes back with the KOD for the victory.
Winner by Pinfall: Bianca Belair
Belair briefly fights off a double team from Green and Carmella, but she’s overwhelmed. Asuka kicks Green in the head, and Belair slams Green down. Asuka picks up the Raw Women’s Championship and looks at it. Asuka pulls it away from Belair a few times and holds it up. Asuka looks at her and shows that she has some blue mist in her mouth. Asuka laughs and drops the title. Belair looks upset.
Replays are shown of Omos overpowering Brock Lesnar earlier in the night.
Solo Sikoa makes his way to the ring.
Scheduled for next week’s Raw:
— Logan Paul hosts imPAULsive TV
— United States Champion Austin Theory vs. Montez Ford
— Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair and Asuka vs. Carmella and Chelsea Green
— Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns returns to Raw
Solo Sikoa vs. Kevin Owens
Owens and Sikoa immediately begin brawling at ringside. The bell rings to start the match. Owens gets Sikoa in the ring, but Sikoa stomps him as he gets in. Sikoa chops the chest. Owens reverses a whip and hits a reverse elbow. Owens connects with a senton splash before going for a cannonball in the corner, but Sikoa gets out of the ring. Owens follows him out of the ring, and Sikoa punches him in the face. Sikoa drives Owens into the barricade. A “We want tables” chant picks up. Owens kicks and punches Sikoa back. Sikoa reverses a whip into the barricade, but Owens quickly pops out and clotheslines him down. Owens stands on Sikoa’s hand and chops the chest. Sikoa quickly knees him in the midsection and chops the chest. Sikoa bounces him off the commentary table a few times before Owens turns it around on him. Sikoa falls to a knee. Owens hooks the head and puts him in the ring. Owens charges, but Sikoa catches him with a Samoan Drop.
Sikoa punches Owens in the head and jumps off the bottom rope to hit a stomp. Sikoa stomps him and hits a falling head-butt. Owens rolls out of the ring to recover. Sikoa goes under the ring and pulls out a pair of steel chairs. Owens attacks him and whips him into the steel steps. Owens then pulls out a table to a huge ovation. Owens goes to put it in the ring, but Sikoa attacks him and throws him over the commentary table. Sikoa puts the table back under the ring to boos.
We come back from the final break of the evening to see Owens throwing a bunch of steel chairs in the ring. There are six chairs in the ring. Owens grabs one of them and attacks Sikoa with it at ringside. Owens sets up two chairs in the ring seat-to-seat. Owens sets up four more chairs next to them seat-to-seat. Owens punches Sikoa down onto the chairs and goes to the top rope. Sikoa pops up and attacks Owens. Sikoa head-butts him a few times and goes for a superplex onto this chair setup. Owens fights him off and hits some head-butts. Sikoa comes back and flips Owens off the top rope and through the six chairs! Unbelievable! Sikoa picks up a near fall.
Owens rolls out of the ring and stumbles to the commentary table. Owens kicks Sikoa back and sends him into the ring post a few times. Owens then connects with a cannonball against the barricade. Owens puts Sikoa over the barricade, and they brawl into the crowd. Sikoa retreats backstage. Owens goes into the Gorilla Position, and The Usos lay him out with a double superkick.
Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos and Solo Sikoa bring Owens to the ring and attack him. Sikoa connects with the Samoan Spike for the victory.
Winner by Pinfall: Solo Sikoa
Owens looks to be spitting up phlegm from the shot to his throat as the show comes to an end. Sikoa shouts in triumph.