Welcome to Ringside News’ coverage of WWE Monday Night Raw!
Tonight’s show will be opened by The Shield, who may want to make a statement after several weeks of being on the wrong-end of Baron Corbin’s BS. Who will Reigns, Ambrose, and Rollins target? Will they go after Corbin? Or aim their attacks at Strowman and his dogs? We shall find out soon.
Speaking of Strowman’s dogs, McIntyre and Ziggler will be in tag team action tonight as they defend their Championships against The Revival. Ziggler and Drew made short work of The B-Team a few weeks ago, so it stands to reason they might do the same to Dash and Dawson. That said, perhaps Ambrose and Rollins will look to run some interference.
Elsewhere tonight, Ruby Riott will face Brie Bella in singles action. The Bella’s have been on fire since returning to WWE a month ago, and Brie looks to continue that streak with a win over the leader of the Riott Squad. Beyond that, Elias will face Bobby Lashley and Nia Jax is back to haunt Alexa Bliss. That’s the lowdown on tonight’s Raw is War. Remember to download the Ringside News app, and enjoy the show!

Monday Night Raw opens backstage with Acting General Manager Baron Corbin backstage, standing by a limo. Stephanie McMahon steps-out of the car and Corbin wishes her a happy birthday, then begins to sing, but out of the limo comes Triple H and he stops. Corbin then tells Triple H and Stephanie that he has their office set-up the way they asked. Stephanie tells him she can talk to him right here. Triple H then excuses himself in a funny manner. McMahon says Corbin hasn’t been doing a very good job. He says he’s been doing the best he could but The Shield has been running a muck. Stephanie says that just sounds like he isn’t a leader and can’t keep a lid on things. Corbin again uses Roman Reigns as his excuse but Stephanie cuts him off and tells him he needs to find himself two tag partners, because he’ll be facing The Shield tonight. And if he doesn’t step-up, Kurt Angle will be back from his vacation very soon.


We go live to the arena and out come The Shield! They get into the ring and grab microphones. Dean Ambrose says we’re looking at the three workhorses in WWE. They may have lost a few battles here and there, but they have never lost a war and they’re still standing. Roman Reigns says you can read off their resumes, but it would take all day. Reigns gets booed immediately upon talking. Reigns says all they have to do is this: Reigns and Seth Rollins raise up their championships while Ambrose lurks behind. Reigns says the championships are the keys to the kingdom, and everyone wants these. That’s why Brock Lesnar came back and Baron Corbin booked himself in a championship match. These titles change your life, but the fact is the only men that deserve the championships are the ones in the ring. Rollins says this is and always will be about being the best. They are the best. Braun Strowman wanted that power so much that he recruited two jackasses to try to take The Shield down at Super Show-Down. As for tonight, Baron Corbin, the world’s largest substitute teacher, thinks The Shield is a problem. Stephanie McMahon wants him to find two partners and show The Shield who the boss is. Well, they’re out here and want to show him how big a problem they can be. They call out Corbin “right now” – which is officially the most overused saying in WWE these days.
Baron Corbin’s music hits, and he comes out. Corbin says Stephanie McMahon is here, and it’s her birthday. Corbin won’t let RAW turn into madness. He’s putting his foot down. Then he’ll throw them around with his partners like rag dolls, and he’ll impress his boss. Corbin says they’re selfish individuals. There isn’t a guy in the locker room that likes them, including these guys…


Braun Strowman’s music hits, and he comes out to the stage with the RAW Tag Team Champions Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre. A “Get these hands” chant picks up. Strowman tells Reigns to shine the championship belt up nicely because he won’t be wearing it long. As far as The Shield is concerned, he can see the cracks forming. They’re going to implode, falling apart from the inside. At WWE Super Show(-Down), it’ll be the two of them taking on the two of them. Rollins immediately capitalizes on the botch and tells him to check his math. Strowman tells him to check on Dean Ambrose. Ziggler says Ambrose doesn’t need The Shield. Two years ago, he was WWE Champion all on his own. Now he has nothing. McIntyre says he’s a brutally honest individual. Last week, Ambrose pushed him to the limit, and he was lucky to come away with the victory. McIntyre says Reigns and Rollins do not appreciate him. Ambrose deserves more. Ziggler calls him “Disposable Dean.” When Rollins couldn’t beat him at SummerSlam, he brought Ambrose back. What did he get for that? Nothing. The next night, Strowman tried to cash in, so Ambrose sacrificed himself for nothing. Rollins says this is ridiculous. Ziggler says they won’t even let him talk. How long after Ambrose’s injury did Rollins replace him? A week later, Rollins was teaming with Jason Jordan. They are the Tag Team Champions. At Crown Jewel, Braun Strowman will beat Roman for the Universal Championship. If Ambrose hangs with them, the Intercontinental Championship is all his. Ambrose just stares up the ramp, impossible to know what he’s thinking.
Reigns tells them to shut up. These people didn’t pay money to watch them bump their gums. They paid their money to watch them whoop their asses, so let’s do it. They throw down the microphones, but Corbin stops them. This is not happening right now. A “YES” chant fires up. They can chant all they want, but it’s not happening. Ziggler and McIntyre have to defend their RAW Tag Team Championships tonight. He’ll find two partners and deal with The Shield.
Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre will defend the RAW Tag Team Championships against The Revival later tonight. Bobby Lashley will take on Elias. Finn Balor is warming up backstage when Bayley walks up to him and hugs him. They’re partners in the Mixed Match Challenge and she will be in his corner tonight. Balor will face Jinder Mahal, whose MMC partner is Alicia Fox, next!


*Commercial Break*
Bayley makes her way to the ring, followed by her Mixed Match Challenge partner, Finn Balor! Jinder Mahal is already in the ring, which shows just how far his star has fallen.

Finn Balor W/Bayley Vs. Jinder Mahal W/Sunil Singh & Alicia Fox

The bell rings and Mahal backs Finn into the corner before kicking him down. Mahal grabs Balor and slams him with a simple body slam. Mahal then applies a headlock to keep Finn grounded. The fans do the “Too Sweet” chant.
Balor fights to his feet and shoots Mahal into the ropes but Jinder knocks him down with a block tackle. He goes to the headlock again, and again Finn fights to his feet. This time, Balor catches Jinder with a dropkick, then clotheslines him over the top rope. Finn then comes off of the ropes and hits a huge senton onto Jinder as we head to the break!


*Commercial Break*
We return to see Mahal once again holding Finn by the back, Finn elbows him and hits the ropes but Jinder clocks him with a back elbow. Mahal drapes Finn over the middle rope and chokes him with his knee. Mahal then hits Finn with a rope-assisted knee drop. Mahal holds Finn in the middle of the ring with an abdominal stretch.
Balor escapes, rollws through a sunset flip, and hits a dropkick. Balor ducks a clothesline, hits a flying forearm, then connects with a standing double stomp. Balor chops Mahal in the corner but is then caught with a boot to the head. Jinder takes to the top rope but Balor connects with an enziguiri. Balor hits a slingblade, then looks for the corner dropkick but Sunil Singh pulls his foot. Jinder takes advantage of the distraction and rolls-up Balor for a two count. Mahal hits the ropes but this time Bayley pulls his foot and the fans pop.
Foxy then rounds the ring to start sumthin’ with Bayley but the hugger clocks her! Sunil Singh then comes over and Bayley hits him with a Bayley-To-Belly on the floor! Inside the ring, Balor rolls up the distracted Mahal for the win!

Winner: Finn Balor

After the match Finn and Bayley celebrate. Then Mahal leaves the ring and throws Sunil Singh! He picks him up and tosses him into the ring, and performs his breathing exercises as Alicia joins him.


We’re shown a replay of last Monday night when Ronda Rousey’s open challenge was accepted by Ruby Riott, but Ronda attacked them before it could start. The Riott Squad beat the Champion down until the Bella Twins came out to help.
Natalya makes her way to the ring, followed by The Bella Twins, for six-woman action – this was supposed to be Brie Vs. Ruby but it’s been changed.
*Commercial Break*

Natalya & The Bella Twins Vs. The Riott Squad

Nikki Bella starts against Liv Morgan. They lock-up and Nikki throws Liv down. Morgan returns the favour before kicking her in the ribs. Morgan talks some trash to her and hits the ropes, but Nikki follows her and shoulder blocks her to the mat. Nikki hits a hammerlock backbreaker for a two count. Nikki pulls her to her corner by the hair, and Brie Bella tags in. They hits a double-team rolling slam for a two count. Brie starts hitting the YES Kicks and seemed to kick Moran right in the head, twice. Morgan might legit be knocked out cold right now.
Morgan groggily tags Ruby Riott in, who applies a side headlock to Brie. Brie fights up and elbows her back. Brie hits a missile dropkick and a Brie Mode knee to the face for a two count. The Riott Squad all run into the ring, including Liv Morgan, and Natalya and The Bella’s hit a triple suplex on them. The heels roll from the ring to regroup.


*Commercial Break*
We return from the break and Liv Morgan is not on the apron. Cole says she has been taken to the back because of the kicks. Meanwhile Sarah Logan is in charge of Brie Bella. Logan tags Ruby, then catapults her into Ruby’s forearm. Riott comes in and kicks Brie in the face before applying a neck vice. Eventually, Brie escapes and knocks Ruby down.
Natalya and Logan tag in, and Nattie hits a pair of clotheslines before knocking Riott off of the apron. Natalya hits a German Suplex and a discus clothesline, but Riott breaks it up. Nikki and Brie run in, but they’re cleared from the ring. Natalya sends Logan into the ropes, but Riott blind tags in. Natalya applies a Sharpshooter to Logan, but Riott attacks from behind. Riott then hits the Riott Kick for the win.

Winners: The Riott Squad

Later tonight, The Shield are in action against Baron Corbin and two mates of his choosing.
The stage fills up with every Superstar for a Connor’s Cure presentation – bit weird seeing The Shield stand beside Braun Strowman.


*Commercial Break*

We return from the break and Triple H and Stephanie are in the ring, with the roster on the stage, for the Connor’s Cure presentation. Stephanie talks about former WWE fan and Hall of Famer Connor Michalek and how they’ve raised $2.5 million in his name, helping 400 families. They say they’ve teamed with a new tag team partner and turn us to a video of the WWE Superstars and the kids working with Hyundai to make a car with the children’s handprints all over it, which will travel across the States for cancer.
The Hyundai Hope On Wheels car, as it’s known, drives into the arena. Stephanie then introduces two of WWE’s newest superstars, Cartere and Elizabeth – two kids who have had cancer. They are the 2018 Hope On Wheels ambassadors. They are not only surviving their cancer battle, they are thriving. She welcomes Carter and Elizabeth to the ring, along with the ambassador for Hyundai Hope On Wheels. They make their way to the ring high fiving fans and smiling widely.
Triple H says Carter and Elizabeth are not only survivors, they are the coolest kids he’s met. Triple H has Elizabeth do a Fortnite dance. They then present them with two WWE Championships. A “You deserve it” chant picks up for them, causing Elizabeth to cry, and that got me I’ll admit. Triple H and Stephanie raise their arms up.
Zafar Brooks takes the microphone and says these kids know about fighting and winning, just like WWE. Hyundai Hope On Wheels is celebrating 20 years of saving lives and creating hope. They are so proud to team with WWE and Connor’s Cure in the fight to save lives and beat pediatric cancer. Together they are putting the smackdown on pediatric cancer. This work is important, hard, and expensive, so they’re supporting WWE and Connor’s Cure. On behalf of the Hyundai dealers and Hope On Wheels, they’re presenting WWE with a check for $200,000 for Connor’s Cure. Everyone smiles and hugs to end the segment. Those things can be real hokey but that was great.


The Shield will take on Baron Corbin and two mystery partners later tonight. We’ll also see Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre take on The Revival with the RAW Tag Team Championships on the line.
*Commercial Break*
We see Dean Ambrose backstage and Dolph Ziggler approaches him. Ambrose grabs him by the shirt but Dolph says he just wants to talk. He reiterates what he said earlier about Ambrose being the forgotten member of The Shield, and how he’s better on his own. He says Ambrose doesn’t actually have to do anything tonight, he can just stand by and let them do the work. Ambrose looks like he is considering it.
Chad Gable and Bobby Roode come to the ring. We get a promo from Gable, split-screen, in which he says Roode is an inspiration to him. He often thinks to himself “WWBRD? What Would Bobby Roode Do?” And the answer is “Be glorious”

Chad Gable W/Bobby Roode Vs. Konnor W/Viktor

The bell rings and Konnor immediately hits a kick to the gut to take control. He whips Gable into the corner as hard as he can and gets a two count. Konnor applies a chin lock, but Gable fights up.
Konnor knocks Gable back down and reapplies the chin lock. Again Gable fights up but Konnor knees him in the midsection and elbows him in the face. Konnor puts him on the top rope, but Gable puts Konnor in an armbar over the top rope! He lets him go before hitting a dropkick from the middle rope. Gable hits a German suplex for a quick two count. Konnor avoids a moonsault and uses his whole body to knock Gable over. He hits a Dominator for the surprise win.

Winner: Konnor

Stephanie McMahon and Triple H are walking to their limousine when Charly Caruso stops them. She asks about The Undertaker. Triple H asks what she wants to know. She wants a response to Undertaker’s comments. If Undertaker is worried about a suit, then he’s already lost. They won’t be fighting in suits or a boardroom. As far as him taking his soul, he sold that a long time ago. He says that anybody that is honest with themselves can feel it in the air. It’s been coming for a while now; when it comes to The Undertaker… the end is near. Triple H gets in the limo and leaves. Well, realistically the end was near five years ago, not it’s just a parody.


Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre make their way to the ring for their Tag Team Title defense.
*Commercial Break*
We’re back from the break and The Revival are already in the ring, no entrance for them says a lot.

WWE Tag Team Championship Match

(C) Ziggler & McIntyre Vs. The Revival

Dolph Ziggler will start against Scott Dawson. They lock up, and Ziggler gets him in the corner before giving a clean break. Ziggler then shoves him, so Dawson chops him down. Dawson wrenches the arm and tags in Dash Wilder. Ziggler quickly puts him in the corner, and Drew McIntyre tags in.
McIntyre bounces him off the turnbuckle and chops him down. Ziggler tags in and punches Wilder in the ribs. Ziggler punches him in the corner and tries for a splash in the corner, but Wilder moves. Wilder then hits a back suplex. Dawson tags in, and he stomps Ziggler’s arm while Wilder holds it down. Dawson hits a northern lights suplex for a two count. Wilder tags in, and Dawson whips Ziggler into a slingshot battering ram from Wilder for a two count.
Wilder chops Ziggler and puts him in the corner. Ziggler elbows him back and goes for a spike DDT, but Wilder flapjacks him. Wilder then applies the Rings of Saturn, a shout-out to Neville? Ziggler crawls away but Wilder tries to pull him to the middle of the ring to reapply the hold, but Ziggler gets out. Wilder shoves him into the ropes and cross-bodies him over the top rope to the floor!


Wilder gets to his feet and charges, but Ziggler sidesteps him to send him shoulder-first into the ring steps. McIntyre tags in and stomps Wilder while he attempts to get in the ring. McIntyre hits a massive suplex for a two count. The Champs are well in control as we head to the break.
*Commercial Break*
We return from the break to see Scott Dawson make the hot tag against Ziggler. He connects with some jabs, then hits a butterfly powerbomb for a close two count. He takes Dolph to the top rope. Wilder makes a tag, Dawson hits a superplex, and Dash follows-up with a huge splash from the top rope but McIntyre is there to make the save. The Revival may have something as fiery underdog heels, the fans are really getting behind them.
Dash and McIntyre brawl outside the ring but McIntyre punches the ring post by accident. Dash then catches McIntyre with a nice tornado DDT at ringside and the fans popped. Ziggler and Wilder botch a fameasser, but Dash recovers and lifts him up in the electric chair so Dawson can hit a clothesline from the top for another two count.
McIntyre gets the tag and connects with a big boot. Dash jumps towards him but McIntyre catches him in mid-air. Dawson leaps from the top rope and dropkicks the back of Dash, knocking McIntyre down for another near-fall. McIntyre takes them both out in frustration. McIntyre tags Ziggler so they can hit Wilder with the Claymore/Zig-Zag finish for the win.

Winners: Ziggler & McIntyre


The Shield will take on Baron Corbin and two mystery partners in the main event. Bobby Lashley will also take on Elias. After the break we’ll be getting a new episode of The Kevin Owens Show.
*Commercial Break*
“Ladies and gentlemen, Elias.” The Drifter says he only speaks the truth, and tonight the truth is that Denver do not deserve a performance from him. So he will turn the spotlight over to a man he respects, a man he can have a conversation with. The person who just happens to be his partner in Australia… Kevin Owens.
Owens thanks Elias for the introduction and says he is his biggest fan. He says he’s honoured to be Elias’ partner come WWE Super Showdown. Owens points to a picture of Bobby Lashley and says you can’t forget Lashley’s partner in Australia, the 16x Champion, John Cena. But that’s in weeks. Owens turns his attentions to Lashley and Lio Rush tonight, but Elias says he doesn’t even want to see them. Owens says Rush started insulting him on commentary last week, for no reason whatsoever. So tonight he has invited Rush out to be his guest tonight.
Rush comes out and thanks them for welcoming him to the show. Owens asks him to come on down to the ring. Rush doesn’t take the bait and says he is the 23 year old piece of gold, he’s Bobby hype man, and he might be young but he isn’t dumb. Elias says he knows Rush might be concerned, but he need not worry because they’ve prepared proper seating; Kevin Owens pulls out a children’s car seat and sets it on the steel chair, much to the laughter of the fans. Rush fake laughs along but introduces Colorado’s-own Bobby Lashley.


Lashley comes out to a big reception. He will take on Elias, next!
*Commercial Break*

Bobby Lashley W/Lio Rush Vs. Elias W/Kevin Owens

The bell rings and Lashley circles Elias. Kevin Owens gives his pal some pointers. Lashley scoops Elias up and slams him down, before throwing him into the corner. Lashley climbs the ropes and looks to deliver 10 punches but Elias slips between his legs and pulls Lashley to the mat. Elias grounds Bobby with a headlock.
The fans chant his name and Bobby climbs up and escapes the headlock. Lashley leapfrogs Elias and delivers a shoulder tackle. Elias hits the ropes but gets caught with a crossbody, followed by a clothesline in the corner. Lashley again goes for the 10 punches and manages to land them all this time. Elias stumbles out of the corner and gets caught with a side slam for a two count.
Elias takes to the middle rope and dives off but Lashley catches him in mid-air. Lashley looks for the Dominator but Elias slides off and chop-blocks the leg. Elias crawls to the corner to regroup as Owens yells advice at him. Elias gets aggressive and takes Bobby down before getting out of the ring and slamming his leg into the ringpost.
Back inside the ring, Elias scores a two count. Elias kicks Lashley before applying a leglock. Lashley fights back with some punches but Elias goes right back to work on the leg to keep Bobby down. Lashley starts to fight back and knocks Elias from the ring. He goes out after the Drifter but gets caught with a cheap shot and Elias gets into the ring as we head to the break.


*Commercial Break*
We come back from the break to see Elias applying a single leg crab to Lashley. During the commercial, Lashley came off the second rope, but Elias kneed him out of mid-air. Lashley pulls Elias out of the ring to try to catch his breath.
Elias runs back in but Lashley catches him with a reverse STO. They trade punches before Lashley kicks him. Lashley hits a clothesline and a big suplex. Lashley then spears him out of the ring. Kevin Owens starts to chase Lio Rush, and he accidentally knees Lashley in the face. The referee calls for the bell and the DQ.

Winner via Disqualification: Bobby Lashley

After the match ends, Owens chases Lio around the ring until they corner him inside the ring. Owens lifts him for a powerbomb but Lashley gets back into the ring and prevents it from happening. The heels retreat.
We see Drew McIntyre backstage and Seth Rollins walks-up to him. Rollins says Drew was out talking “the truth” earlier tonight. However, we all know that Drew is being used. He says McIntyre is being used by Strowman, when Dolph is the weak link. He asks why Ziggler is the one getting all the Intercontinental Championship opportunities. Rollins tells him to think about it as he walks off. Ziggler then approaches Dolph and asks him what that was all about, to which McIntyre tells him not to worry about it.


Nia Jax makes her way to the ring, accompanied by Ember Moon. Jax will face Alicia Fox, next!
*Commercial Break*

Nia Jax W/Ember Moon Vs. Alicia Fox W/Alexa Bliss & Mickie James

The bell rings and Nia Jax quickly overpowers Foxy and hits an avalanche. Jax throws her across the ring like a ragdoll. Fox gets out of the ring to recover.
Ember Moon then clocks Mickie James with a cannonball off the apron for no reason. Jax gets Fox in the ring. Fox kicks her in the face and hits a swinging neckbreaker for a two count. Fox applies a chin lock, but Jax powers up and knees her in the head for a two count. Jax soon takes her out with a Samoan Drop for the quick win.

Winner: Nia Jax

Dean Ambrose is in the trainer’s room when Drew McIntyre walks in. McIntyre asks why Seth Rollins approached him and turned everything they said earlier on him. He reckons Seth Rollins was trying recruit him for a 4-man Shield, or he’s trying to unload Ambrose. He sarcastically says “It’s not like Rollins has never turned on you before.”, and walks off.
After the break, we’ll take a look at the upcoming match between The Undertaker and Triple H.
*Commercial Break*
We get a very long video chronicling the rivalry between Triple H and The Undertaker. Shawn Michaels will be live on Raw next week!


The Shield makes their way to the ring. They’ll be in action against Baron Corbin and two mystery partners, next.
*Commercial Break*
The Shield are in the ring, awaiting their mystery opponents. Baron Corbin comes out and introduces his partners…


Before the match can get underway however, Strowman’s music hits and out he comes with Ziggler and McIntyre, who all unfold steel chairs on the ramp and sit down.

The Shield Vs. Author’s of Pain W/Drake Maverick

The bell rings with Corbin and Ambrose starting things off. Ambrose takes Corbin down and looks for a sly pin but Corbin kicks out. Corbin hits the ropes but Ambrose trips him up and tags Seth, together they hit a suplex.
Corbin retreats to the corner and tags Akim into the match. Rollins applies a headlock to Akim, but he gets shot off and shoulder tackles into oblivion. Akim lifts Rollins but the IC Champion slides down his back and tags Ambrose. They look to double-team Akim but he tags Rezar, who taes out both men.
Ambrose makes the tag to Reigns and it’s the two biggest men coming face-to-face. Rezar shows no fear and talks some trash to the Universal Champion as they square-up. Reigns unleashes an uppercut, then another. Reigns hits a shoulder tackle but Rezar doesn’t fall, instead he scoops him up and rams him into the corner. Rezar gets Roman on his shoulders but the big dog elbows him. Roman hits a flying clothesline but Rezar bounces right back to his feet. Reigns is shocked and all six men storm the ring and brawl throughout the ring until The Shield clear them out.
Strowman, Ziggler, and McIntyre suddenly get off their chairs and start walking towards the ring. The Shield are ready but AOP and Corbin attack them from behind. Ambrose and Rollins are thrown into the barricades, while Corbin hits Reigns with a chokeslam backbreaker for a two count.
*Commercial Break*
We return to see Reigns hit Baron Corbin with a Samoan drop and both men are down. Rollins and Akim are tagged in. Rollins ducks Akim and kicks Rezar from the apron. Rollins kicks Akim, then looks for a suplex but it’s countered. Rollins lands on his feet, takes to the middle rope, and hits a blockbuster for a two count. Rollins gets a Burn It Down chant going, and looks for The Stomp but Maverick distracts the referee, allowing Corbin to pull the rope down and send Rollins to the outside.
Corbin tags in and continues to beat Seth at ringside. AOP and Maverick lay the boots to Rollins until Reigns and Ambrose walk over to stop them. The action returns to the ring and Seth is grounded by Akim. AOP hit Rollins with a double team sidewalk slam/stomp or a two count. Akim applies a headlock to Seth.


Corbin tags into the match and methodically beats on Rollins. Corbin mocks Ambrose while the referee holds the lunatic back. Rollins then hits a Sling Blade on Corbin. Akam runs in, and Rollins sends him out of the ring. Rollins tries to tag Ambrose, but Akam pulls him off the apron. Reigns attacks Akam, but Rezar helps out and sends Reigns into the ring steps. They then hit a Last Chapter on the floor.
In the ring, Rollins counters a chokeslam into a roll-up for a two count. Corbin follows up with a Deep Six for a near fall. AOP go for another double team move but Rollins is able to dodge and counter with a superkick. He finally makes the hot tag to Dean Ambrose, who starts taking it to Corbin. Dean dodges Deep Six before clotheslining Corbin over the top rope. He takes out all three of his opponents with a basement dropkick. Akam knocks him off the top rope, but Ambrose still has enough in him to take down The Lone Wolf with a neckbreaker. He heads back to the top for a flying elbow but AOP break up the pin.
They grabs Ambrose and look to his their double-team finisher but Reigns catches Akim with a Superman Punch, while Rollins Stomps Corbin, then a suicide dive to Akim. Ambrose hits Dirty Deeds before tagging Reigns, then connects with a suicide dive to Rezar. The Big Dog hits the Spear to Corbin for the pin and the win.

Winners: The Shield

After the match Rollins and Reigns celebrate inside the ring, while Ambrose sits on the floor, between his brothers and his enemies. He looks at both as the fans chant “Shield!” Ambrose takes a minute before sliding back into the ring and joining a fist bump with Reigns and Rollins.
That’s it for this week’s Raw! Let us know what you thought and we’ll see you back here tomorrow for all your wrestling news and results! Until then, safe travels!

Curtis Dillion

Curtis does our weekly live match-by-match coverage of WWE RAW and SmackDown for Ringside News. In addition to SmackDown, Curtis also does WWE & NXT special event coverage as well. He has been helping out at for Ringside News for many years.

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