Welcome to Ringside News’ live results, highlights, winners and reactions for the November 15th 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.
Two weeks ago Kevin Owens capitalised on Seth Rollins’s cheating to try and pin Big E to no avail. Last week he was beaten by Rollins via count-out, then launched into a frenzied attack on Big E. Owens seems like a man teetering on the edge, and it feels as though we’re heading towards a Triple Threat match between him, Rollins and Big E at TLC in December. That said, we have Survivor Series before then and tonight the WWE Champion will respond to the attack and we’ll see how that plays out.
Elsewhere, Liv Morgan established herself as the new number one contender to Becky Lynch, and tonight Lynch will speak on her new challenger. That’s all we know about tonight’s show, although we can expect to see the likes of RK-Bro, Bobby Lashley, the Mysterio’s, AJ Styles and Omos, and perhaps Adam Pearce and his new bodyguard, Von Wagoner.
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This week’s Monday Night RAW opens with a look at the recent happenings between Big E, Seth Rollins, and Kevin Owens. We go live to the arena and out comes the WWE Champion, Big E.
Big E says that it seems a lot of people have their eyes on him, but with Thanksgiving right around the corner he’s got a lot to give, including the leftovers. Big E addresses Roman Reigns an says Survivor Series was meant to be simply Champion Vs. Champion, but him and his cousins went to a place they can’t come back from. They put their hands on his family, so he’s got to beat his ass like he stole something.
They need to make sure Brooklyn has free hospital beds for The bloodline, because Big E’s got to take a piece of Roman he’ll never get back. But that’s Sunday and this is Monday Night RAW. Big E tells Kevin Owens to bring his “lying, treacherous ass” out to the ring so they can get to it. Owens comes out to the stage and he says he’d love nothing more than to beat the Hell out of Big E again, but he needs to get something off his chest first.
Owens says Big E caused him a loss last week and that was his third in a row. He hasn’t won since he got back to RAW and Big E has been questioning his integrity. So yes, he snapped, how could he not? Anyone judging him for what he did last week can go to Hell. They say perception is reality and Big E made everyone see Owens as a scumbag, so why fight it? He can be the bad guy everyone thinks he already is. Only he’ll be worse. He’s going to break bad all over the world and on Big E especially. Everything that happens from here on out is on Big E.
Owens turns and leaves, so Big E jumps out of the ring and goes after him. Big E goes through the stage but suddenly comes flying back out as The Uso’s are attacking him! Jimmy and Jey beat Big E down to the ring and Jey grabs a microphone. He says Roman Reigns sent this little message, and RK-Bro can get some as well. They continue stomping Big E until Riddle comes running down to help out.
The Uso’s are knocked from the ring. Sonya Pearce comes out and says she’s calling this on the fly, they’re going to have a tag match right now! Before that can get underway, Seth Rollins comes out to presumably watch this one.
Big E starts against Jimmy and beats him into the corner, then applies an abdominal stretch. Riddle tags in, then in comes Jey shortly after. The Uso’s double-team Riddle, but the he flips over Jey and tags Big E. Jey knocks Riddle off the apron but Big E hits him with a belly-to-belly, then catches an incoming Jimmy and tosses him over the ropes.
Big E goes outside and throws Jimmy into Seth Rollins behind the commentary desk. Seth comes around to trash talk Big E but eats a right hand. Big E gets back inside and Jey kicks Big E, then Seth rushes in and attacks Riddle, forcing the disqualification.
Rollins and The Uso’s continue the assault after the bell, but then comes Randy Orton to even the odds and this seems like it’s becoming a 3-on-3 tag match.
We’re back live and this match is underway with Orton stomping Rollins. Riddle tags in and Orton flips him over onto Seth for a two-count. Riddle applies an abdominal stretch, then forces Seth to the corner and Orton tags back in. Randy kicks Seth in the corner before tagging Riddle again. Rollins backs Riddle to his corner where he tags Jimmy. The Uso’s make lots of quick tags and isolate Riddle.
Orton gets knocked off the apron but Riddle drops Jimmy. Riddle jumps to make the tag to Big E, and he comes in with belly-to-belly suplexes to Jimmy. Big E knocks Seth and Jey off the apron, then lands a big splash to Jimmy. Big E wants the Big Ending but Jimmy hits an enziguiri. Big E catches him with a urinage for two, then drags him under the rope and lands a big splash!
Rollins hits Orton with an enziguiri for a two-count and argues with the referee. Jey tags in and applies a submission to Orton, but he hits a quick back suplex to create some separatio. Riddle and Rollins get the tags and Riddle runs over him and Jimmy Uso with splashes, suplexes, and sentons. Everyone rushes back inside and lands moves on each other, until Seth rolls-up Riddle for the win!
Rollins immediately bails and heads to the back, meanwhile Jimmy and Jey look to continue the attack on Riddle but Orton takes them out with RKO’s. They leave and Big E grabs Jey, telling him he’s received the message loud and clear but he’s got one for Roman in return, then hits him with a Big Ending.
We see a replay of last week when Doudrop cost Bianca Belair her match. Belair is interviewed backstage and she says Doudrop made her intentions known and stuck her nose in her business. Tamina appears and says Belair is her business tonight. Bianca says she was hoping for Doudrop but Tamina will do.
Kevin Owens is interviewed backstage and the interviewer implies he’s a liar. Owens is offended and says he’s a an of his word. Finn Balor appears and says he’s sorry he wasn’t there last week to tell Owens to his face he doesn’t trust him one bit. And the authorities have told him it’s the two of them tonight. Owens laughs and says that’s too bad for Finn.
The match gets underway and Tamina backs Belair into the corner and clubs her. Bianca fights back and taunts her, then lands some punches of her own. Tamina takes Bianca down with a clothesline and grabs a headlock. Belair fights up but eats a back elbow. Belair counters Tamina and hits a spinebuster for a two-count. Tamina wants a Samoan drop but Belair counters with the K.O.D for the win.
Doudrop makes her way to the ring after the match. She says Belair must be exhausted right now, so it wouldn’t be fair for her to come down there and take advantage. But after Survivor Series, she’ll be looking for her.
The RAW Women’s Champion, Becky Lynch, comes to the ring. Lynch shows a clip of Charlotte saying she’s not natural, she’s a fabricated Champion. Becky says Charlotte might need reminded; she’s the person who was her best friend, happy for her every step of the way and a shoulder to cry on. But she’s also the person who realised that friendship meant she was always in the background. She’s the person who slapped her so hard it sent her into a different stratosphere.
Becky says she’s the person who tore herself apart time and again to become the biggest female star the industry has ever seen. The person whose success pisses Flair off so much that she can’t even stand herself anymore. And she’s the person who she’s facing on Sunday and this is all about legacy. And if she still doesn’t know, she’s the person who’s going to beat the piss out of her. Liv Morgan comes out to the stage.
Morgan says she’s sorry for interrupting this little love-fest with Becky and Charotte, but last week Becky ghosted her. She can’t let Lynch do that again, not after she finally got her opportunity. Becky tells her to hang on and says she left to give her the limelight because Lord knows she’s doesn’t get many wins. She was Liv’s biggest fan and she points to a video from four months ago of Liv Morgan saying Becky said she’d be Champion when she returned from pregnancy. Lynch apologises and says she had no idea Liv would underperform so much.
The fans boo and Lynch says they can’t blame her, the man wasn’t around. The truth is, some people have it and some don’t. She left for a year and won the title within five minutes of being back. And in all that time, Liv has done nothing. She told her to get the title while she was gone because now she’ll never get her grubby hands on it. Morgan says everyone can agree that Big Time Becks is just a big time bitch! Lynch grabs her and attempts the Man Handle Slam but Liv counters and Becky rolls out. Morgan grabs the RAW Women’s Championship and poses with it while Lynch yells at her to drop it.
RK-Bro are walking backstage and Orton isn’t happy. He says he’s told Riddle to stop running down to the ring and getting his ass kicked. Randy says people make their own messes and Riddle shouldn’t be concerning himself with anyone else. RK-Bro is his only priority. Riddle says he wishes he could get some of Randy’s sweet knowledge. Orton says the only thing he cares about is their team and the titles, and Riddle smiles, saying he knew Randy cared about him.
Angelo Dawkins starts with Chad Gable and they exchange holds and struggle for control. Some leap-frogs and arm-drags, followed by an exploder suplex by Dawkins. Ford tags in and hits a dropkick for a one-count, then mocks Otis. Gable grabs a front facelock but Ford fights up and tags Dawkins for some double-team offense.
Otis tags in and runs over Dawkins for a minute but gets backed into the corner. Gable drags Otis out of the way and Dawkins crashes into the buckles. Ford dives over the ropes onto Gable but Otis then runs him into the barricade. Dawkins runs at Otis but gets streamrolled and Otis is the only man standing.
Back live and Gable catches a flying Dawkins with a Boston crab. Otis tags in and hits a splash, then methodically beats him in the corner. Gable tags in and shoulders Angelo in the corner, then hits a northern lights suplex for a two-count. Gable goes to the top rope for a moonsault but nobody’s home. Dawkins hits a double-arm spinning neckbreaker.
Otis and Ford get tags and Montez lands some clotheslines but Otis won’t go down.Ford chops Otis over and over but he’s barely budging so Ford starts to comically lose steam. Otis catches him with a pop-up body slam and tags Gable before chasing after Dawkins on the outside. Otis gets sent into the barricade and Gable hits a crossbody to Ford but he rolls him over and scores the pinfall!
Rey Mysterio storms into Adam Pearce’s office and asks why he threw him to Bobby Lashley last week. Pearce says he gets it but Rey says he’s full of it and asks if he’s a man of his word. Pearce tells him to stay in his lane and puts him in a match against Bobby Lashley tonight.
They lock-up and Nikki takes Vega down with a side headlock. Nikki hits a crossbody, then lifts Vega up but the Queen slides off and throws her backwards into the buckles. Vega hits a knee strikes for a one-count. Vega knees her, then whips her to the corner but Nikki leaps over her and knocks her into the buckles for ten punches. Nikki hits a bulldog and goes up top but Carmella distracts her, allowing Vega to trip her. Vega hits Code Red for the win.
After the match Carmella talks so much trash that Rhea Ripley takes her jacket off and gets in the ring to confront her. After the break they’re having a match.
Ripley tosses Carmella across the ring at the outset. Carmella goes to the apron and when Rhea tries to grab her she attacks. Carmella kicks Ripley’s head against the ring post, then continues the assault in the ring. Carmella grabs a sleeper but Ripley runs her backwards into the buckles. Rhea gets angry and Carmella is scared. Rhea hits some short-arm clotheslines, then a snapmare and a hanging dropkick. A northern lights suplex earns a near-fall, then a headbutt and the Riptide win the match.
After the match the Queen gets the microphone. She speaks with an English accent and says she should congratulate them but Rhea’s win was a fluke. She’s still the Queen and Carmella is still the most beautiful woman, and they’ll be leading the RAW Women’s Team at Surviror Series while Nikki is watching at home.
Adam Pearce talks to Big E backstage. He says RAW needs Big E focused on Survivor Series. Big E says no worries, he just has Roman Reigns on Sunday, Rollins gunning for him, and Kevin Owens being an ass. Pearce tells Big E he needs to steer clear of Owens and Finn Balor tonight, otherwise he’ll end up like Brock Lesnar: suspended.
Seth Rollins is dancing backstage and is stopped for an interview. He tells his lackey to take his suitcase to the bus and not wake the baby. He says he will be leading the RAW Survivor Series team, and after he leads them to victory, he will be turning his attention to Big E. He will then, as WWE Champion, lead RAW to the mountain-top.
The match gets underway and they lock-up with Balor forcing Owens to the ropes. Owens knocks Finn down and stomps him, then catches him with a back elbow for a one-count. Owens mocks Balor and grabs a seper. Balor fights up but eats a kick to the chest. Owens wants a powerbomb but gets flipped over. Balor connects with a dropkick and Owens rolls to the apron where he snaps Finn on the ropes.
Owens drags Balor outside and trips him on the apron, then aets back inside to hit a spinning back suplex for a two-count. Owens grabs a submission in the middle of the ring. Finn tires to fight up but gets clubbed down again. Balor hits a forearm, then trips Owens and hits a double stomp. Balor tosses Owens outside and lands a tope over the ropes.
Back live and Balor is attempting a superplex but Owens turns it around for a rolling fireman’s slam off the top! Balor kicks Owens and hits a spinning elbow drop slam. Balor leaps over Owens but gets caught and slammed with an Irish curse backbreaker for a near-fall. Balor fights back and wants the shotgun dropkick but eats a superkick. Finn rolls to the apron and Owens goes after him but Balor slams him and they tumble to the floor.
Balor hits a shotgun dropkick, sending Owens into the barriade. Finn rolls KO inside and looks for the Coup de Grace but Owens avoids it, then catches him with the pop-up powerbomb… for a near-fall! Owens goes up top and wants a swanton bomb but Finn gets his knees up. Balor hits the shotgun dropkick, then scales the ropes but Owens hits the ropes and crotches him. Owens drags Finn down and hits the Stunner for the win.
AJ Styles and Omos are walking backstage when they’re stopped and asked about the Dirty Dawgs. AJ says they’re not on him and Omos’s level. He says everyone would be better if The Uso’s could do their job and finish the New Day, and absolutely nobody likes The Street Profits. AJ likens him and Omos to Loki and the Chitauri from The Avengers and Omos says he will make the Dawgs suffer. We then see Ziggler and Roode backstage and they say they watched Twins, the movie with Arnold Schwarzanegger and Danny De Vito, and it reminded them of AJ and Omos.
Omos starts against Roode and clobbers him right away. Omos backs him into the corner and clubs him, then picks him up and drops him face-first on the buckles. Omos tells Ziggler to get into the match and he does just that. Dolph jumps and Omos swats him out of the air. Omos runs through Ziggler with a shoulder, then hits a military press. Styles tags in and hits the Phenomenal Forearm for the win.
Bobby Lashley is asked backstage about Dominik Mysterio. Lashley says Dominik should never have been on Team RAW. And neither should is father. So after he wipes the floor with him tonight Rey can come to Survivor Series and cheer him on from the sideline as he demolishes SmackDown by himself.
We get a long replay of Friday’s SmackDown, focusing on Roman Reigns Vs. Xavier Woods. The announcers then run down the card for Survivor Series.
Bobby Lashley makes his entrance for the main event, where Rey and Dominik Mysterio have been waiting for some time.
The main event finally gets underway and Rey ducks a few punches before chipping away at Lashley. Rey slides under the legs and wriggles away from Bobby before hitting a senton off the top rope. Lashley finally gets the hold of him and lands some ground-and-pound. Dominik gets on the apron and distracts Lashley, allowing Rey to knockin him out of the ring.
Rey looks to slide under the ropes onto Bobby but gets caught on his shoulders. Rey knees Lashley, then hits a headscissors into the ring post. Rey hits a 619 to Lashley on the outside, then slides under the ropes and splashes Lashley. Rey goes inside and wants the count-out win but changes his mind, dives over the ropes, and gets caught and thrown into the barricade.
Back live and Lashley is beating Rey in the corner. Rey avoids a clothesline and chops the leg, then looks for a springboard moonsault but gets caught with Dominator. Lashley chucks Rey out of the ring, then lifts him up and runs him into the ring post. Back inside, Lashley shoulders Rey in the corner, then hangs him in the tree of woe and attempts it again but Mysterio avoids it. Rey hits a 619 to the gut, then kicks Bobby onto the middle rope. Mysterio hits the 619 and goes up top for a splash but Lashley stands-up with Rey on his chest and applies the Hurt Lock for the submission win.
After the bell Lashley holds onto the Hurt Lock and stares at Dominik. Lashley drops Rey and poses. Dominik gets in the ring and checks on his father. We see Adam Pearce watching backstage and he’s asked about Survivor Seires. Pearce walks out to the stage with the microphone and says it’s his job to ensure RAW wins Survivor Series, and with that in mind he is removing Rey from the team with a replacement to be named later.
Dominik is disgusted and stares after Pearce until Austin Theory appears and attacks Dominik from behind! Theory takes some selfies and Pearce comes back out. Pearce says he likes his style and says Theory is Rey’s replacement. RAW ends with Theory taking selfies of himself and injured Rey Mysterio.
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.