Welcome to Ringside News’ live results, highlights, winners and reactions for the November 1st, 2021 episode of WWE RAW.

Start time for tonight’s show is 8:00 PM EST. Match-by-match highlights and results from the show will take place on this very page, so you should update frequently to get the latest happenings. Feel free to leave any reactions in the comment section below.

Tonight’s RAW will be headlined by Bianca Belair challenging Becky Lynch for the RAW Women’s Championship. Lynch narrowly retained the title at Crown Jewel by pinning Sasha Banks, but tonight she goes one-on-one with Belair for the first time since SummerSlam. Can The Man retain again tonight, or will be get a new Champion? Let us know your predictions below!

Elsewhere tonight, Seth Rollins will address Big E for the first time since becoming number one contender. Also, Bobby Lashley returns to RAW for the first time since losing to Goldberg at Crown Jewel. We can also expect to see RK-Bro, Damian Priest, Austin Theory, and Karrion Kross is rumoured to re-debut, but as of now WWE hasn’t announced much ahead of time.

And that’s the preview for tonight’s RAW. Our live coverage will begin from 8PM right here. Let us know if you’re excited about any of it and remember to hit the refresh link below and enjoy the show!


This week’s Raw opens with a video hyping up the match between Bianca Belair and Becky Lynch later tonight.

Bianca Beliar is backstage for an interview. She tells Sarah that she wasn’t ready for Becky at SummerSlam. And when Becky challenged her, she accepted. But 26 seconds later, she is standing with no championship but she will never regret her mistakes because those are opportunities to make her stronger. She says Becky doesn’t see the threat of getting in the ring with her. Bianca is used to people trying to bring her down during the sidelines but she has always showed out to every match. She says there is no match bigger than a match for the Raw Women’s Championship.

Belair makes her entrance, then Becky is backstage with Sarah and she tells Sarah that while it wasn’t easy for her to come back in the shape she did. She says people don’t realize how difficult it is to be her and she notices that people are not appreciating her. And that will motive her to beat Bianca tonight. The RAW Women’s Champion then makes her entrance.

Raw women’s championship

(C) Becky Lynch (c) vs. Bianca Belair

The bell rings and Becky pushes Bianca, who then pushes Lynch down. Becky slaps Biance, but Belair then grabs her and takes her down. A slap by Bianca in return, then a shoulder tackle takes Becky down. Bianca with a standing moonsault and she goes for the cover but Becky kicks out. Becky rolls to the outside. Bianca grabs her but Becky connects with a jawbreaker. Becky grabs Bianca by the braid but Belair grabs runs her into he ring post. Bianca connects with a vertical suplex on the outside of the ring as we head to the break.

*Commercial Break*

We return from the break to see a reverse DDT by Becky that earns a two-count. Becky hits with a clothesline for another two-count, then goes to a modified Dis-Arm-Her. Lynch turns it into a cover but Bianca kicks out. Both women get up and Bianca goes for a suplex but Becky reverses it into a cover for a near-fall. Becky lands a drop kick, then goes for a leg drop but Bianca moves out of the way. A right hand by Bianca and a dropkick.

Bianca with a suplex, then she lifts Becky up and hits a stalling vertical suplex. Bianca goes for the cover but Becky kicks out. An elbow by Bianca followed by a gut buster for a near-fall. Belair lifts Becky up but Becky reverses it into a small package but Bianca kicks out. Becky goes for the Dis-Arm-Her but Bianca lifts her up on her shoulder and both women tumble to the outside as we head to the break.

*Commercial Break*

Back from commercial, Becky goes for the Dis-Arm-Her but Bianca lifts Becky up. Lynch counters with a hurricanrana, then earns a two-count. Bianca lifts Becky up and slams her, then runs Becky into the corner but Becky fires back with a kick to the face. Becky climbs the top rope but Bianca with connects with a right hand. Bianca lifts Becky up and hits a gorilla press for a two-count. Bianca goes for the moonsault but Becky gets her knees up.

Lynch earns a two-count, then quickly lifts her up and connects with the Man Handle Slam. She goes for the cover but Bianca gets her foot on the ropes. Bianca rolls to the outside and Becky is frustrated. Becky goes for a baseball slide to the outside but Bianca catches her. She lifts her up and drops her face first into the announce table. Bianca throws Becky back into the ring and follows after. Lynch goes for the cover but Becky kicks out. Lynch goes to the apron and connects with a knee to the face.

Becky jumps off the top rope but Belair moves out of the way and she slams Becky face first. Bianca goes for the cover but Lynch kicks out. Bianca climbs the top rope and she goes for a splash but Becky moves out of the way. Lynch stomps on Bianca in the corner. Belair lifts her onto the top rope and punches her. Belair goes for the KOD as Becky unties the turnbuckle pad. Becky counters and lands on her feet, then pushes Bianca face first into the turnbuckle. Lynch rolls-up Belair for the win!

Winner: Becky Lynch

Kevin Patrick is backstage with Rey and Dominik Mysterio. Rey tells him that Austin Theory is talented but arrogant. Autin Theory appears and tells Rey that it’s a big honour for him to have a match against him tonight. He says he will get his selfie with Rey tonight after he beats him just like he beat Dominik last week.

Rey tells him he has been doing this for a very long time and he’s not the first to try and make a name off his expense. But he will show him why the Mysterio name is still making noise.

*Commercial Break*

Rey Mysterio W/Dominik vs. Austin Theory

The bell rings and right away a shoulder tackle from Austin sends Rey to the outside. Rey gets back in and tees-off on Austin but Theory counters with a kick and a headlock. Austin runs to the ropes but Mysterio catches him with a hurricanrana. Right hands from Rey as he gets Austin in the corner but Austin turns the tables and hits a splash.

Stomps in the corner from Theory followed by a fisherman’s suplex for a two-count. Theory with a modified torture rack, then drops Rey and hits a dropkick for a near-fall. Austin grabs Rey but Mysterio throws him to the outside. Mysterio goes outside and throws Austin into the barricade. Austin pushes Dominik away. He lifts Rey up but Dominik spins Rey, allowing Mysterio to hit Austin with a DDT on the floor.

*Commercial Break*

Back from commercial and Austin places Rey on the second rope. Austin climbs up but Rey slides under and trips him. Rey hits a hurricanrana as he sends Austin into the ring post. Rey comes off the top rope with a seated senton, then jumps off the second rope with a crossbody. Rey goes for a DDT but Austin reverses it into a backdrop. Theory then connects with a dropkick to Dominik out on the outside. Austin lifts Rey up but Rey throws him onto the second rope. Dominik punches Theory on the ropes, then Rey hits him with the 619 but as he goes for the cover but the referee calls for the bell, having seen Domink’s interference.

Winner Via Disqualification: Austin Theory

After the match Theory takes a selfie of himself with Rey and Dominik, then leaves as the two of them bicker about the match.

We see a video package with highlights from last week’s main event, in which Seth Rollins earned a title shot against Big E. The drip master makes his way to the ring with the contract in hand.

*Commercial Break*

We’re back live with Seth Rollins in the ring. He says he was drafted to RAW and he’s the face of the brand, the only thing he’s missing is some gold. Rollins dances and says the contract he won guarantees that he will be the next WWE Champion, it’s just a matter of when he chooses to take it. Big E makes his entrance and says his auntie thinks Seth is a little touched in the head.

Seth says Big E’s title reign has been a joke, just like Kofi-Mania was a joke, just like Xavier Woods as King is a joke. Big E says all hail the King, and he’ll be damned if he’ll stand there and listen to Rollins badmouth one of the greatest moments in WWE history. Big E then says if Seth really wants the WWE Championship, then can do it tonight. Rollins laughs and asks the fans if they actually want that and they cheer. Seth says he won’t be doing it tonight.

Kevin Owens comes out and says Seth sucks. He says it doesn’t matter that Rollins won the Fatal 4-Way last week, because all anyone was talking about afterwards was hsi performance. He says everyone makes claims about being the face of WWE, from Big E to Bianca Belair, but there’s only one man who shows up every single week and works his ass off no matter what position he’s in: KO. So if Seth isn’t willing to fight tonight, he wants Big E in a match for the first time. Big E says “you on sucka!”

We see Zelina Vega and Carmella walking backstage, bragging about their looks and Zelina’s corner. They see Rhea Ripley and Nikki A.S.H and they say hello in sarcastic voices. They walk off and make fun of Nikki’s outfit, so Ripley grabs them and tells them this isn’t high school you can’t do the mean girl thing here. Carmella says they’re better than all of the RAW women’s roster, in every way. Rhea says they can prove it tonight if they want and they agree. The Women’s Tag Team Champion’s then make their entrance.

*Commercial Break*

Rhea Ripley & Nikki A.S.H Vs. Carmella & Zelina Vega

We start this match with Ripley and Zelina while Carmella gets her protective mask put on. The size difference is huge as Vega attempts to shove Ripley and gets pushed back into her corner. Carmella tags in and slaps Ripley, who fires back with a headbutt. Rhea clubs Carmella with punches and we see a few other Superstars watching on a monitor backstage. Nikki tags in and knocks Carmella out of hte ring, where Vega an dher regroup. Nikki goes to the apron and dives onto them both with a crossbody and we head to the break.

*Commercial Break*

Back live and Carmella is in control of Ripley with a chinlock. Rhea gets up with Carmella on her back and slams her into the buckles. Vega holds her feet, allowing Carmella to drive her knees into Rhea’ back. Vega tags in and jumps on Ripley’s back but she gets slung off and Ripley makes the tag. Nikki comes in hot with clotheslines to Vega and knocks Carmella off the apron. A.S.H punches Zelina in the corner. On the outside, Carmella attacks Ripley and slams her into the barricade. Vega and Carmella team to attack Nikki, and Zelina hits a Code Red for the win!

Winners: Carmella & Zelina Vega

Big E is backstage when Chad Gable and Otis show-up. Gable says they can help Big E because he doesn’t have what it takee to be the face of Monday Night RAW. Gable says he just graduated with a Masters degree and 4.0 GPA. He turned Otis into a serious competitor, not just an entertainer. Big E says he did nothing but turn Otis into a thumb. Gable tells Big E not to come crying to him when this place becomes Monday Night Rollins again. So pay attention and watch him turn Prince Balor into a peasant.

*Commercial Break*

Finn Balor Vs. Chad Gable W/Otis

They lock-up and Balor takes the back but Gable grabs the wrist. They continue grappling for holds and control until Gable chops the throat. Gable slams Balor down and poses, then looks for a sunset flip but Finn rolls through and dropkicks him. Gable takes Balor down by the leg and starts targetting it. Finn fights up and gets an abdominal stretch but Gable quickly hip-tosses him. Balor tips Gable over and double stomps him.

Sling blade from Balor, then he wants the shotgun dropkick but Gable avoids it. Gable applies an ankle lock but Finn counters into an armbar. Chad turns it into the ankle lock again, only for Balor to roll him over and hit a double stomp. Balor sells the ankle and chops Gable in the corner. Balor wants 1916 but Gable counters with a northern lights suplex. Gable goes up top for a moonsault but Finn gets the knees up. Balor hits the shotgun dropkick, then goes up top. GAble jumps up and hits a superplex but Finn rolls him up for the win!

Winner: Finn Balor

Riddle is rolling around backstage until he spots the Dirty Dawgs. Riddle starts talking about how much he loves dogs and how they remind him of dogs. Roode tells him to shut up. Ziggler says they have a match with the Street Profits tonight and he knows RK-Bro will be on commentary, so they should pay attention because last week was a fluke. Roode says they’ve had a week to recover and they will beat the Profits again, then Riddle and Orton can kiss the titles goodbye.

*Commercial Break*

The Street Profits Vs. The Dirty Dawgs

Montez Ford starts against Bobby Roode while RK-Bro join the commentary team. They lock-up and exchange reversals until Ford hits a hip-toss. Dawkins tags in and back-drops Ford onto Roode for a two-count. Ziggler tags in and connects with a dropkick to Dawkins to take him down. Roode tags in and kicks the ribs while Dolph holds the arm. Dawkins is backed-up against the ropes but flips Roode over the ropes. Dawkins goes out and Ziggler looks to attack him but Ford leaps off the steps onto him.

*Commercial Break*

Back live and the Dawgs are in control of Dawkins. Roode chokes Angelo behind the referee’s back. Roode tags in and slams Dawkins, then makes the tag to DZ again. Dolph mocks Ford, then looks for a superkick but Dawkins counters him and both men are down. Tag to Ford and Roode, and Montez is flying with clotheslines and knocks Ziggler off the apron. Ford hits a crossbody and does some push-ups before connecting with an enziguiri and a blockbuster for a near-fall.

Dolph is thrown outside and Roode rolls-up Ford for a near-fall. Ford then pins Roode for a near-fall but runs into an elbow in the corner. Ziggler tags in and Roode catapults him into a DDT from Ziggler for a near-fall. The action spills to the floor and Montez flies over the ring post onto the Dawgs. Ford gets Ziggler back in the ring but out comes Omos surrounded by referees and officials and Ford gets distracted. The distraction allows Ziggler to hit the Zig-Zag for the win!

Winners: The Dirty Dawgs

Dawkins attacks Omos but gets slammed. Ford dives over the ropes but Omos catches him and throws him into the barricade. Riddle then runs around the ring and jumps onto him but he gets thrown into the ropes. Orton and Omos then trash-talk each other from opposite sides of the rings but officials keep them separated.

Damian Priest is interviewed backstage by Kevin Patrick. As to why he attacked T-Bar last week, Priest says he had no issue with him until T-Bar threw a chair in his face. He has no problem throwing hands and getting rough, but disrespect him and he’ll hurt you. Tonight, with no holds barred, T-Bar will get to meet the Damian in him.

*Commercial Break*

No Holds Barred

Damian Priest Vs. T-Bar

The two big men start throwing hands right out the gate and the action spills out of the ring. T-Bar beats Priest against the announce desk but then gets whipped hard into the barricade. Priest pulls a table out and slides it into the ring but T-Bar then connects with a pump kick. Priest fires back and sets the table up at ringside, then grabs T-Bar but gets beaten down. T-Bar lifts Priest and looks to powerbomb him but Damian fights himself free.

T-Bar gets back in the ring and pulls Priest up onto the apron, then tries to knock him off through the table. T-Bar misses a big boot and Priest kicks him down. Priest goes up top but T-Bar connects with a boot, then climbs up and lifts him onto his shoulders. T-Bar hits an avalanche Samoan drop and both men are down as we head to the break.

*Commercial Break*

Back live and they’re trading blows, with Mace getting the better of the exchange. Priest backs him into the corner and hits a back elbow. Priest connects with a boot and a falcon arrow for a near-fall. Priest goes to the midle rope but T-Bar grabs him and hits a backbreaker for a two-count. T-Bar ties Priest’s arms in the ropes, then goes outside to get a Kendo stick and a chair. T-Bar batters Priest’s torso with the Kendo and it shatters.

He looks to stab Priest with it but gets kicked away, then Damian breaks free and clotheslines him inside out. Priest grabs hold of the steel chair and beats T-Bar with it relentlessly, then chokeslams him off the apron through the table! Priest screams before going out and slowly dragging T-Bar’s lifeless body back into the ring. Priest lifts T-Bar up and hits the Final Reckoning for the win.

Winner: Damian Priest

After the match, Apollo Crews and Commander Azeez come out. Apollo congratulates Priest and says that was a proper fight. Crews says he and Azeez are here to inject RAW with some new life and it won’t be long until he meets Priest in combat.

John Morrison is backstage meditating when Reggie appears to ask how he’s doing. Reggie is then chased by R-Truth and Akira Tozawa but he gets away. Tozawa and Truth then blame Drake Maverick for not getting anywhere.

*Commercial Break*

Becky Lynch is interviewed backstage and denies cheating tonight to retain her title. She says the fans are fickle and they can’t relate to her, that’s why they cheer Bianca. Becky says it’s time for Belair to head to the back of the line and someone new t step-up. Liv Morgan then steps into frame and stares at Lynch until she walks away.

Kevin Owes is backstage and Seth Rollins approaches him. Seth says they don’t like each other but how about they scratch each others backs. If Owens helps him beat Big E, he’ll make sure KO is the first challenger. Owens pretends to be excited, then tells him to not to get involved with him whatsoever. Seth says that’s fine, Owens can keep fighting the good fight… we saw how far that got him on SmackDown.

*Commercial Break*

Big E Vs. Kevin Owens

The match begins and Owens rolls-up Big E for a near-fall. They lock-up and Owens takes Big E down with a side headlock. Owens hits a shoulder tackle and talks some trash, but Big E then drops him with one and does the same. Owens htis a neckbreaker and delivers some knees to the back for a one-count. Owens punches Big E to the corner and whips him but gets reversed. Owens connects with a boot, then goes to the middle rope and hits a missile dropkick.

Big E catches Owens with a belly-to-belly suplex, then another. They trade shots back-and-froth, then Big E runs at Owens but gets sent over the ropes to the floor. Big E drags Owens under the bottom rope and peppers him with forearms to the chest. Big E then looks for a big splash on the apron but Owens moves out of the way. Owens then hits a cannonball off the apron onto Big E and lands flush, before hitting a senton as a follow-up. Seth Rollins walks out as we head to the break.

*Commercial Break*

We’re baclk live and Owens hits Big E with a superplex. Owens lands some right hands but Big E shrugs them off, then hits a massive clothesline. Big E looks for a splash but Owens rolls out of the way, then hits a cannonball in the corner. Owens goes up top and hits a swanton bomb and lands 100% on Big E’s chest for a near-fall. Owens wants a pop-up powerbomb but Big E counters it. Big E wants a spear through the ropes but Owens knees him. Big E then cathces Owens with an STO for a near-fall. Big E sets Owens on the top rope but gets knocked off.

Owens then looks for another swanton but Big E gets his knees up! Owens rolls to the apron, where Big E spears him through the ropes! Big E gets Owens back inside and looks for the Big Ending but KO slides off and shovs him into the buckles and they connect heads. Big E falls on the middle rope and Seth Rollins his him with his contract when the referee is distracted. Owens is unsure what to do for a minute, but he tries to pin Big E, only for the Champion to roll him up for the win!

Winner: Big E

After the match we see replays and Big E is watching in the ring. Big E isn’t happy and accuses Owens of trying to cheat. Owens gets the microphone and says he didn’t know what was going on. He apologises to Big E and challenges Seth to a one-on-one match next week. Big E says he doesn’t care and Owens apologises again, sing the headbutt knocked him loopy. Big E lifts him and hits a Big Ending!

That’s it for this week’s RAW, let us know what you thought of the show and we’ll see you back here tomorrow night for NXT. Until next time, stay safe.

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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