WWE Monday Night Raw Results – July 24 2017

We return to Raw and out comes Enzo for his match with his former partner. I guess we’ll be waiting to see Jordan debut.

Big Cass Vs. Enzo Amore

Enzo says the things that drive him drive Big Cass crazy. Because the things that drive the little engine that could is fuel and Enzo has a full tank and they key that drives Enzo is the WWE Universe and quotes Drake saying Cass is like the finish line and he can’t wait to run into him.

Enzo quickly goes after the knee. Enzo with a dropkick but Cass swats him away delivering a clubbing blow to the back. Cass throws Enzo across the ring. Cass runs into a boot. Cass looking to slam Cass but Enzo with a sleeper and Cass backs him into the corner. Enzo runs into a boot and Cass delivers the Empire Elbow.

Big boot to the ribs and Cass puts a boot across the throat. Cass drapes Enzo across the top rope delivering clubbing blows. Enzo tries to fight back and Cass backs Enzo into the corner stomping away at him. Cass picks Enzo up, and lays him out with the big boot for the three count!

Winner: Big Cass

Big Show comes down to stop Cass from beating up his former friend. Cass threatens to snap Enzo’s neck if Show gets in the ring. Show calls his bluff, but Cass still gets the better of him and hits a trio of Empire Elbows. Big Show slaps him, so Cass knocks him down and delivers a few more elbow drops. He beats on the giant until he poses and leaves to boos.

Alexa Bliss is backstage with Renee Young who asks about the upcoming Bayley vs. Banks match. She says she doesn’t care who wins because it’s more important to see their friendship broken up. Bliss mocks both women and paints Sasha as a heel.

Emma Vs. Nia Jax

Emma tries to avoid Jax, but she gets caught and thrown across the ring. Jax shows off her power by dominating Emma. Jax hits an impressive somersault senton to score the quick win!

Winner: Nia Jax

We get an interview Akira Tozawa backstage. He’s asked why he wants a rematch against Ariya Daivari and they show the footage of him being beat last week. Titus walks up and says he had tonight’s match cancelled and Tozawa loses it. Akira says he wants the match regardless and heads to the ring. Once in the ring Akira shoves O’Neil as we head to a break!

*Commercial Break*

We return and Tozawa calls out Daivari before chanting with the crowd. Neville comes out instead, laughing. Neville stands on the stage and mocks Tozawa’s chant. Neville says it seems like Akira has forgotten who he is. He says his injured shoulder and shattered confidence is because of him. Neville comes to the ring and says joining Titus has led to Tozawa becoming pathetic, a joke. Tozawa hits the Champion and goes to the top rope before hitting his huge senton. Tozawa’s shoulder kills him after the big move and out comes Daivari, who beats on Tozawa and clotheslines him. Daivari then grabs Neville and hits his clothesline finisher on him before grabbing the title and throwing it at Neville.

We see Bayley and Sasha Banks backstage and they say tonight won’t tear them apart because they’ve had wars before. Banks mentions facing Bliss at SummerSlam and Bayley tells her to focus on tonight. Banks asks why and Bayley says that she wants to win just as bad as she does. Banks says that’s fine because they will prove tonight who the best woman is, and she will win. Passive aggressive to say the least.

*Commercial Break*

Replays are shown of the wild brawl that kicked off Monday Night RAW between Braun Strowman, Roman Reigns, and Samoa Joe.

Renee Young asks Jason Jordan about having his first match on RAW. Jordan says he’s thankful for the opportunity. Since being revealed as Kurt Angle’s son, all eyes are on him, but he’s up for the challenge. Renee asks if he’s nervous, and he says he has butterflies. She thinks that’s cute because that’s what Kurt Angle said. Jordan says his hero is his biological father. He’s not a poet, but if he could put it into words, he’s overjoyed. That’s how he feels. Right now, he’s focused and determined. He’ll go out and win his first match on RAW. The crowd weren’t into that interview.

Elsewhere backstage, Dean Ambrose is warming up when Seth Rollins comes in. Ambrose asks what he wants. Rollins says it’s a big deal that they’re teaming up for the first time in three years. Rollins wants to come up with a game plan. Ambrose isn’t interested in that. Rollins only has to worry about three guys. Ambrose has to worry about four, and he walks off.

Bayley comes out to an incredibly light reaction. She’ll face Sasha Banks, next.

*Commercial Break*

Before the match can begin Alexa Bliss comes out and joins the commentary team!

Sasha Banks Vs. Bayley

The bell rings, and they circle the ring before locking up. Banks shoves her off and points at herself. They lock up again, and Bayley shoves her off. Banks quickly bounces back with a forearm for a two count. Bayley takes her down for a no count. Bayley covers again for a one count. Bayley takes her down and tries a third cover for a one count.

Bayley applies a front facelock. Banks reverses a whip and leapfrogs her. Bayley avoids a dropkick and rolls her up for a two count. Banks then slaps her down. Banks hits a rope climbing arm drag. Bayley comes back with a springboard arm drag before giving her a clothesline in the corner. Bayley then applies a front facelock. Banks fights up and kicks her in the face. Bayley comes back with a back body drop for a two count. Bayley shoulders her in the corner and hits a running elbow. Bayley goes to the top rope, but Banks knocks her off to the floor.

*Commercial Break*

We come back from the break to see Banks stretching her out with a modified surfboard stretch. Bayley fights up, but Banks takes her down with a straightjacket. Bayley fights up and backs her into the corner, but Banks takes her down. Bayley quickly flapjacks her into the turnbuckle before putting her through the ropes and hitting a face-buster for a two count.

Bayley goes for a backslide, but Banks gets out and knees her in the face. Banks hits a running double knee into the corner before applying the Bank Statement. Bayley nearly gets to the ropes, but Banks rolls through. Bayley tries for a desperation pin for a two count.

Bayley gets out of a sleeper and goes for a Bayley-To-Belly, but Banks slaps her. Bayley then slaps her back. They then get into a hockey fight before Banks sends her face-first into the turnbuckle. Banks hits another double knee to the back before going to the top rope. Bayley avoids a flying double knee and hits a running knee. Banks then takes her down with a Shining Wizard.

Both get to their feet before the referee counts them down. They trade forearms before Bayley punches her in the face. Bayley then elbows her in the head. Banks comes back and takes her down. There are dueling chants going on in the arena. Bayley goes for a superplex, but Banks fights it and knocks her off. Banks hits a frog splash, but Bayley rolls through and pins her for the win.

Winner: Bayley

Bayley will face Alexa Bliss for the RAW Women’s Championship at WWE SummerSlam. Sasha Banks looks disappointed, and Bayley just looks at her. Alexa Bliss gets in the ring and holds up the title. Bayley looks at the title while Bliss’ music plays.

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