Welcome to Ringside News’ live results, highlights, winners and reactions for the November 29th 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 is set to be a pretty big one with the WWE Champion in action and the return of a Hall of Famer. Yes Big E will be in action against the man whose been a real thorne in his side this past month, Kevin Owens. The last time the two went toe-to-toe Owens tried to cheat to win but Big E still took the victory, will it be the same outcome tonight?
As for the Hall of Famer, the Rated R Superstar, Edge, comes to Monday Night RAW for the first time since the Draft. Edge hasn’t been seen since he defeated Seth Rollins at Crown Jewel, so who would you want to see him go up against next? Seth Rollins meanwhile faces Finn Balor in a rematch from last week. Damien Priest will defend the United States Championship against Apollo Crews, and The Dirty Dawgs get a title shot against RK-Bro.
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 the visionary, Seth Rollins, coming to the ring. The announcers run down everyhting announced for tonight’s show.
Rollins gets to the ring in one piece. He says we might be expecting him to be in a bad mood but he’s Seth “Freakin” Rollins and nobody can keep him down. He says he has a secret, some breaking news, and that’s why he’s in such a great mood. Rollins calls for a drumroll, then reveals that it will be him Vs. Big E for the WWE Championship at WWE Day 1. Seth says it’s fitting because this will be the first day of the new era, the first day of the future of the business.
Finn Balor comes out and rushes to the ring. Balor attacks Rollins, who rolls out of the ring. Balor tackles Seth over the barricade into the timekeeper’s area, then tosses him into the apron and over the announce desk. Balor gets Seth back in the ring but Rollins comes flying back out with a suicide dive. Rollins takes his jacket off and Balor catches him with a slingblade. Balor lifts the steel steps and runs them into Seth. Back in the ring and the referee checks on them both before ringing the bell.
As soon as the bell rings, Balor hits Seth with a shotgun dropkick. Balor heads to the top rope but Rollins rolls to the floor. Balor wipes out Rollins on the outside with a tope as we head to the break.
Back live and Balor catches Seth with a DDT for a near-fall. Balor goes to the aron and connects with an enziguiri. Balor goes up top but Rollins crotches him. Rollins jumps up and hits a superplex into a falcon arrow for a near-fall. Seth goes to the top himself and jumps for a frog splash but Finn gets his knees up. Balor hits a double stomp for a two-count.
Balor wants a slingblade but Rollins throws him off and hits one of his own, followed by Avada Kadavra for a near-fall. Seth takes his time and runs at Balor but gets caught wit a slingblade. Balor connects with the shotgun dropkick, then looks for the Coup de Grace but Rollins rolls out of the way. Seth attempts The Stomp but Finn rolls him up for a two-count and both drop each other with punches.
They slowly get up and trade blows, then Finn hits a Pele kick and Rollins lands an enziguiri. Rollins looks for the ripcord knee but Balor avoids it and hits an elbow drop slam. Balor wants 1916 but Rollins jams a thumb in the eye, then follows-up with an elbow to the back of the head and The Stomp for the win!
Vince McMahon is sitting backstage in his office and in walks Austin Theory. Vince says he hates it when people ask how he’s doing because they don’t mean it. He has IBS, an in-grown toenail, etc., but nobody wants to know that. McMahon says he was very impressed with Austin Theory in his match with Big E last week – we then see a replay of last week’s show. Vince says tonight Theory is going to stay in his office with him and they’re going to watch the whole show together to see if they can see the unexpected. Vince tells him that if he ever steals from him again, he’ll kill him.
Big Time Becks comes to the ring where Sonya Deville and a table are ready for a contract signing. Deville introduces Becky, then her challenger, Liv Morgan, comes out. Becky says this is Liv’s first contract signing, so she’s welcome. Lynch says she intentionally made Liv angry last week because she wanted to see if she has some fire and she was pleased to see she has a Hell of a right. But that was it. She walked off. Well a right hand won’t be enough to keep her down.
So what happens when they meet in the ring? Sonya Deville says this match won’t happen at Day 1, but next week on RAW. Becky teases the fans and says they aren’t ready for a title match because their hockey team never wins anyway. Liv tells her to shut up and signs the contract. Morgan says she got upset last week but she channeled her emotions into her fists, not crying like a mess. Kinda like Becky did on camera, after Survivor Series, after her match with Flair. Liv then plays the footage on the tron.
Liv laughs and says Becky is the reason she has no friends, just like her big fat contract is why her friends are no longer in WWE. Morgan says Becky’s a hypocrite because she bitched about being Flair’s number two but now Lynch wants her to be hers. Morgan threatens to punch her again but Lynch says she was emotional after a big match, something Morgan wouldn’t know anything about. And some people deserved to get paid. Well tonight Liv will get a taste of the big time tonight because Becky pitched a 10-woman tag match for tonight, Team Liv Vs. Team Becky. Morgan accepts.
We see RK-Bro backstage and Riddle is disappointed that Orton isn’t dressed like him. Randy asks why he’d do that and Riddle says they killed it last week when he chanelled the Viper. He RKO’d Dolph Ziggler and then Orton hit the Bro-Derek on Bobby Roode and he figured they were going to do it again this week. Randy says if Riddle thought he was ever going to ride a scooter to the ring he’s more brain-dead than he ever thought.
Randy feels bad and says he appreciates it but they need to be themselves and ruthless. They need to always be ten steps ahead in order to retain their titles. Riddle asks him to clsoe his eyes, then puts a blonde wig on him. Orton looks in the mirror and tells him he has two seconds to take it off, then tells him never to do that again. RK-Bro make their way to the ring, they’ll be defending their belts against The Dirty Dawgs after the break.
The Dirty Dawgs attack RK-Bro at the outset and hit Riddle with a catapult into a DDT for a two-count. Ziggler appleis a sleeper and the fans try to rally Riddle. Ziggler beats him into the corner but misses a splash. Orton gets the tag and he runs over Dolph and Roode with clotheslines, then catches Ziggler with a powerslam.
Orton sends Dolph to the apron for the draping DDT but Roode drags Ziggler down. The Dawgs pull Orton out of the ring but he beats them both back, then slams Ziggler’s head into the announce desk. Orton wants to back-drop Dolph onto the desk but Ziggler lands on his feet and kicks him. Riddle jumps off the steps but Roode kicks him, then back-drops him on the desk!
Back live and Ziggler is beating Orton in the corner. Roode tags in and continues the offence and grabs a headlock. Orton fights up and hits a back suplex. Both men make tags and Riddle hits Dolph with a ripcord knee, then a bicycle kick to Roode. Riddle hits a forearm and an exploder to Dolph, then the same for Roode. Broton’s to both Ziggler and Roode, then a penalty kick to Dolph and a draping DDT to Roode.
Orton tags in and he and Riddle both drop down and start pounding the mat, but both get shoved away and Roode tackles Riddle over the ropes. Orton attempts another RKO on Ziggler but Dolph counters with a Zig-Zag for a near-fall. Ziggler looks for a superkick but Orton catches it, then rolls him away and hits an RKO! Riddle prevents Roode from getting back in the ring as Orton scores the pinfall.
Seth Rollins is walking backstage when Kevin Owens approaches him. Owens says this was a big night for Rollins but he has news as well. He tells Seth that if he beats Big E tonight, he gets added to the title match at Day 1. Rollins laughs and says that must be a joke. There’s no way. That’s his match. Owens says when he beats Big E it becomes their match. If he doesn’t believe him he should go ask Pearce, the bald guy.
Adam Pearce is backstage and Seth Rollins walks in and asks what’s going on with Kevin Owens possibly being added to his Day 1 title match with Big E. Pearce says that’s not true, he’s never even seen Kevin Owens today. Rollins laughs and walks out. Deville walks in and Pearce tells her what happened, then she says it’s not a bad idea.
Edge is in the ring and he says this is the best job in the world and he’s so happy to be back. Last time he was seen he was in a war with Seth Rollins inside Hell In A Cell, and now Seth is number one contender. Kudos to him because “that dude is operating on a whole other level.” Edge says he’s excited to be on RAW because there’s a whole list of people for him to get in the ring with, like AJ Styles, Kevin Owens, Finn Balor, Damian Priest, or Big E. Before Edge can continue, he’s interrupted by the returning Miz and his wife, Maryse!
The Miz says they gave Edge the big return and the press releases. He’s only been gone a month! Is this what Edge’s life has become? Going away and coming back for reactions? Well he’s been here, week-in, week-out, for years. When he’s injured he’s carted around in a wheelchair, and when he’s gone it’s to help elevate what they do. But when he comes back he doesn’t get the pyro or the press releases. And what really pisses him off is that his wife, one of the all-time great female competitors, is back and there’s nothing.
Miz says Edge didn’t mention him in the list of people he wants to face. Edge says he figured Miz was still away painting his face. Maryse says her husband was off being the most charasmatic and talented man on Dancing With The Stars. Edge says he came ninth and Miz says that’s got nothing to do with his talent, and everything to do with the fanbase not being loyal. Edge says Miz could have complained to Adam Pearce about all of this but he didn’t, so he must have an agenda.
Interrupting him puts Miz in the main event and he’s here now, so he’ll roll with it. The Miz says how dare he say he’s doing this for clout. Maybe Edge forgets that the last time they competed on the same card, he was main eventing WrestleMania and Edge was opening the show. Edge was good, once, but he surpassed him long ago. And he should have stayed at home. Edge says Miz is saying he can’t hack it any more and he’s right, his window is small, but he’s making the most of it.
And every guy in the back wants to test themselves against him. That’s respect and he respects them for it. Instead The Miz tangoed down to the ring and bitched for a pat on the back. Edge then says Miz made it to this moment from Tough Enough. He used to come out to the ring with notes and eventually made it to main event of WrestleMania with John Cena. He has people on other wrestling shows saying his name to get a cheap pop.
Edge says Miz is rich and successful, made it further than anyone ever thought he could. But the big difference between them is that Edge fought and clawed to get this small window back, but Miz uses this to get reality shows, movies and guest spots on crappy TV shows. Miz takes his glasses off and Edge tells him to bring it right now. Miz starts taking his jacket off but says no, then tosses the microphone and leaves with Maryse while Edge stares on.
AJ Styles and Omos are interviewed backstage and AJ is wearing sunglasses. They’re asked why the Profits used a fire extinguisher on them and Styles says obviously because they couldn’t beat him and Omos. Styles says he can’t see, Omos had to shave him this morning. And the doctor says he might never see properly again. And it’s because of the Profits. They gave him the smoke, right in his eyes! But when there’s smoke, there’s fire and he promises them they’re going to get burned.
AJ Styles and Omos come out to join commentary and Styles can’t see anything. Ford starts with Otis and eats a right hand to the ribs. Ford leaps over Otis but gets mowed down with a clothesline. Otis tags Gable and they hit a monkey flip and an elbow drop for a two-count. Ford leaps at Gable but gets caught with a northern lights suplex for a near-fall. Otis tags in and Ford chops at him but gets sat on.
Gable and Dawkings tag in and Angelo hits a half-nelson suplex, then catches Otis with a spinning back elbow. An exploder to Gable, then a splash in the corner to Gable. Otis and Gable drag Dawkins outside and slam him into the barricade. Ford dives off the top rope onto both of them, then gets Gable back inside. Styles jumps to the apron and tries to shove Ford off but gets kicked away. Ford hits From The Heavens for the win!
Omos isn’t happy with AJ Styles for pretending he couldn’t see. The two of them argue at ringside.
Vince McMahon and Austin Theory are backstage. Vince asks what he thought of what just happened and Theory says he liked it. Vince says he should have seen the twist with Styles coming because it as terrible. He needs to expect the unexpected. Vince then tells him to look at him when he’s speaking and Theory stares at him blankly.
We see Dana Brooke winning the 24/7 Championship last week, her first title win in WWE. She’s backstage talking with Reggie.
Kevin Owens is sitting backstage and Seth Rollins walks up and starts laughing at him. Owens denies lying, saying he assures him he is getting added to the title match at Day 1. Rollins laughs and mocks him.
They lock-up and Priest lifts and slams Crews. They lock-up again and this time Priest takes him down with an armlock. Crews fights up and punches him. Priest is sent from the ring and he stares down Commander Azeez but Crews comes flying through the ropes with a suicide dive to take him out.
Crews hits Priest with a spin-out powerbomb, then a standing moonsault for a near-fall. Priest starts fighting back and connects with a knee. Crews lands a enziguiri but Priest fires back with a big lariat. Priest lifts Crews and hits a cliffhanger DDT, then Crews rolls out. Priest looks to dive out of the ring but Azeez drags Crews out of the way. Priest jumps off the steps onto Apollo and gets him back inside.
Priest goes to the top rope but Commander Azeez pulls him down. The referee pieces together what happened and ejects him from ringside. Priest’s “devil” wakes up and he makes lots of weird faces, then rushes Crews, beating him down in the corner before hitting a south-of-Heaven chokeslam. Priest hits The Reckoning for the win.
Seth Rollins goes into Pearce and Deville’s office backstage and they inform him that they’ve changed their plans; if Owens wins tonight he gets added to the match at Day 1. Rollins loses it and storms out.
Dominik starts with Shelton and attempts a springboard but gets caught in mid-air. Alexander tags in and twice the referee won’t (correctly) count his pinfalls because of Dom’s shoulders up and Cedric’s feet under the bottom rope. Alexander slams Dominik, then Shelton tags back in. Domnik counters Shelton and tags Rey while Alexander tags back in.
Rey knocks Shelton off the apron, then hits a tilt-a-whirl to Cedric and hangs him on the middle rope. Dominik tags back in and he knocks Shelton onto the midle rope so they an hit stereo 619’s. Dominik goes up top and hits a frog splash to Alexander as Rey jumps off the apron onto Benjamin and the Mysterio’s record the victory!
We see a replay of the contract signing between Liv Morgan and Becky Lynch earlier tonight. Morgan makes her entrance alongside her partners for the ten-woman tag match.
We see a lengthy replay of Sasha Banks and Naomi’s run-in with Sonya Deville last week on SmackDown. We then get a replay of last week’s RAW where Carmella and Zelina Vega won the Women’s Tag Team Titles.
The match begins with Liv and Becky, and Morgan decks her with a right hand. Liv connects with a dropkick but Lynch then backs her into the corner and stomps her down. Carmella tags in and slams Liv down by the hair. Morgan tags Ripley and Carmella runs away and tags Zelina. Vega tries for a sunset flip but Rhea stays upright and slooks to stomp her but she rolls away.
All of Team Becky come in and surround Rhea, she tries to fight them off but gets beaten down. Tamina is the leagal woman and she headbutts Ripley. Tamina grabs a rear chinlock. Ripley fights up and drops her with a lariat, then tags Nikki, then all of Team Liv surround Tamina and Belair lifts her up but Team Becky drag her out of the ring to regroup.
Back live and Doudrop is in firm control of Nikki and keeping her isolated. Lynch tags in and lands a few elbow drops on Nikki, then attempts a leg drop but Nikki rolls out of the way. Carmella tags in and prevents Nikki tagging out, then backs her into the corner and stomps her down. Carmella grabs a sleeper and keeps Nikki grounded. Nikki fights up and tags Ripley, who clobbers Carmella with a lariat and she might be concussed.
The referee holds Ripley back for a minute but then Carmella runs at her and Ripley slams her down by the head, then knees her repeatedly. Carmella avoids a dropkick and takes Ripley down with a submission. Brooke runs in and breaks it up, then hits a swinging neckbreaker. Nikki, Zelina, Tamina, Bianca, Doudrop and Morgan all run in and hit moves on each other. Becky hits Liv with a reverse DDT, Ripley tosses Becky out of the ring, then Carmella superkicks her for a near-fall.
Morgan tags in and knocks a few heels off their apron before landing a few strikes on Tamina. Morgan hits a one-leg recoil and covers but Becky breaks it up. Lynch is thrown outside and Nikki dives onto her from the apron. Doudrop then mows-down Nikki with a clothesline but Ripley attacks her. Dana Brooke goes to the top rope but Vega climbs up and grabs her. Carmella gets on the apron and shoves Dana of onto Team Liv and Doudrop.
Morgan returns and attacks Carmella, then avoids Vega as she dives off the middle rope and hits her with a Codebreaker. Morgan knocks Becky off the apron but Tamina reappears and superkicks Morgan for a near-fall. Tamina lifts Liv up for a Samoan drop but Morgan sldies off and kicks her onto the middle rope. Morgan hits ObLIVion for the win!
As soon as the match ends, Lynch storms the ring and attacks Liv. All the competitors begin brawling. Lynch attempts the Manhandle Slam but Liv slings her off, then hits ObLIVion and Becky rolls outside. Team Liv stand tall in the ring.
Vince and Austin Theory are still backstage. Vince is telling Austin Theory to expect the unexpected and if he expects surprises then he won’t be surprsied. Theory is confused and Vince yells for not looking at him.
We get a video package for Bobby Lashley that goes all the way back to his college wrestling days, chronicles his time in the army, his first WWE run, and up until now.
Big E is interviewed backstage and asked about Kevin Owens possibly being added to the Day 1 match. Big E just says he feels no added pressure and walks off but then comes back. He says he fears no man and especially nobody named Kevin. He says he understands that a Triple Threat makes it harder for him to retain his baby. So after he defeats that scourge Kevin Owens tonight, he will go on to beat Seth Rollins and start the new year off with a bang.
Vince is still with Austin Theory and asks how he feels about tonight. Theory says he learned a lot. Vince asks what he’s learned and Theory says he’s learned to expect the unexpected. Vince says that’s good, he’s ready. They stand up and Vince reaches for a handshake but instead he slaps Theory across the face! Vince sits back down and says he’s got a lot to learn.
Before the bell rings Seth Rollins comes out to watch proceedings – wearing a pink suit and big red sunglasses. Owens and Big E immediately start trading blows and momentum. Big E leapfrogs Owens, the catches him with an elbow. Owens rolls out and Big E chases after, sending him into the barricade. Big E talks trash to Seth before getting KO back inside.
Owens attempts a roll-up for two, then kicks the knee a few times. Owens applies a submission to the leg and punches the knee. Big E fights up and lands some clubbing blows but Owens cheap-shots the knee again to halt him. Owens is thrown out of the ring and Rollins mocks him so KO slaps him! Owens gets back in the ring and Rollins jumps on the apron to argue with him.
Owens hits Big E with some short-arm clotheslines, then goes to the top rope but Big E knocks him down to the apron. Big E clubs Owens on the apron, then hits the big splash. Owens stumbles around ringside but Big E goes after him and removes the top of the steel steps. Before he can do anything, Owens DDT’s Big E onto the steps!
Big E fights up from a sleeper and hits a lariat. Owens backs Owens to the corner and chops him a few times. Owens lifts Big E onto the top rope and hits a superplex for a near-fall. Owens goes back to the sleeper but the WWE Champion quickly fights up and lands a flurry of offence. Big E wants the Big Ending but Owens knocks him back. Owens hits the cannonball for a near-fall.
Owens lands some right hands and a superkick but it’s not enough. Owens runs at Big E but gets caught with a urinage for a near-fall. Big E lifts him up but Owens sldies off and rolls hi up for two. Owens then hits the pop-up powerbomb for a near-fall and Rollins is terrified. Owens goes to the top rope but jumps onto Rollins. Owens gets back inside and Big E connects with a lariat. Rollins rushes into the ring and attacks Owens!
Rollins took the bait and continues beating Owens after the bell. Rollins superkicks Big E. The announcer explains that Owens won the match and he’s in the match at Day 1 and Rollins freaks out.
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.