Welcome to Ringside News’ live results, highlights, winners and reactions for the February 14th 2022 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.

This Valentine’s Day edition of WWE RAW comes to us a mere five days before the Elimination Chamber PPV in Saudi Arabia. As such, Brock Lesnar will be on hand to talk about the Elimination Chamber match, in which he faces Austin Theory, Seth Rollins, Riddle, AJ Styles, and the WWE Champion, Bobby Lashley. And speaking of AJ Styles, he could be walking into the Chamber as United States Champion if he can beat Damian Priest on tonight’s show.

Riddle, meanwhile, will be hosting an RK-Broga party in order to celebrate him and Randy Orton defeating Alpha Academy in the academic challenge. We suspect in Alpha Academy will be on hand to disrupt proceedings. And finally we know Hall of Famer Lita will be on tonight’s RAW to confront Becky Lynch once more before their showdown on Saturday.

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 from Indianapolis opens with the All Mighty WWE Champion, Bobby Lashley and MVP making their way to the ring.

Lashley says he has to win the most brutal match in WWE before he can walk into WrestleMania as the WWE Champion. He says the Elimination Chamber has changed lives and destroyed careers… but so has he. So many people have tried to stop and derail him but he’s destroyed all of them. MVP says Lashley has a 16% chance of winning the Elimination Chamber, which doesn’t sound great until you take one key factor into account: none of the other competitors are All Mighty. So Bobby has a 100% chance of winning.

Seth Rollins comes out laughing and says Lashley looks great but not as great as him. Rollins says the good news for Bobby is that nobody in the Chamber can beat him… except for him. MVP says he’s had a vision and he can see Rollins getting his ass beat if he doesn’t shut up. Riddle comes out wearing his toga and his hair braided. The fans chant “toga” and Riddle compares being inside the Elimination Chamber to being locked inside a smelly bathroom.

Riddle says it would be really cool if he became WWE Champion, and it would be even cooler if they all came to his Broga party later tonight. Maybe not Seth though, because he has to get ready for a match against Randy Orton tonight. Riddle says Lashley would look amazing in a toga and the fans start chanting. Austin Theory comes out and says Mr. McMahon has taught him to expect the unexpected, and that apologies are weaknesses. He’s going to apply those lessons inside the Chamber and win the Chamber match.

AJ Styles is out next and he says Theory’s lips have been on Vince’s ass so long he can’t speak sense. Styles says he’s been in the Elimination Chamber before and he knows nobody walks in with an advantage. Everyone comes out a changed man but that’s part of the game. Styles says nobody is going to stop him from having a defining WrestleMania moment. AJ praises Riddle’s toga and says he too could walk out of Elimination Chamber as a double Champion if he can beat Damian Priest tonight.

Riddle asks AJ to come to the Broga party but Lashley shuts him up. Lashley goes through each of them explaining why none of them can beat him and why he’s the only one deserving of walking into WrestleMania as Champion. Brock Lesnar’s music hits and out he comes with cowboy hat and sweater. Lesnar circles the ring, then gets inside and takes the sweater and hat and places them on Theory like he’s a hat rack. Theory jumps on Brock’s back as he stares at Lashley but quickly gets German suplexed. The ring clears and Brock is left alone with Theory, who he plants him with an F5. Brock takes a selfie with Theory.

The Dirty Dawgs Vs. Street Profits

Former NXT Champion, Tommaso Ciampa, is on commentary for this match after he brawled with Dolph Ziggler on last week’s NXT. Ford begins with Ziggler and starts hot but Roode tags in and catches Ford with a spinning Rock Bottom for a two-count. Ziggler tags back in and Roode throws him up so he can drop a knee on Montez. Ford drops Ziggler with a dropkick and both men are down.

Dawkins and Roode get the tags and Angelo lands some lariats and a spinning back elbow. Dolph comes back in and Dawkins slams him, but Roode then catches him with a spinebuster. On the outside, Ciampa mocks Ziggler with fake applause. Dolph goes for a superkick but Ciampa throws water in his face. Meanwhile in the ring, Dawkins slams Roode and Ford hits From The Heavens for the win.

Winners: Street Profits

On the outside, Ziggler does superkick Ciampa but Ford and Dawkins get him back in the ring. They look to double-team him but Ziggler escapes and laughs on the ramp with Roode.

Riddle is backstage with a bunch of other Superstars, who are all wearing toga’s. He asks where Orton is but Zelina Vega says who cares, this is a party for her. Riddle says it’s for RK-Bro and starts a Bro-ga chant. Orton is shown watching the shenanigans on a monitor. Kevin Patrick appears and asks him why he isn’t celebrating and Orton says he’s not much of a toga guy. Orton says he’s more focused on Seth Rollins, who he knows will have some sort of scheme to win the Elimination Chamber on Saturday but before that happens, he’s going to him with the three most devastating letters in WWE…R..K..O.

To celebrate Black History Month we get a video package celebrating the life and career of WWE Hall of Famer, Rocky Johnson. The video is narrated by his son, The Rock.

Kevin Owens cut a promo earlier today and says he’s a realist, so he knows he probably won’t get to WrestleMania this year. Last week he had great things to say about Texas but the Texans started trashing him on Twitter. Well he was lying last week but he’s not lying now: he hates Texas. He’s from Quebec, Canada, a place populated with intelligent, sophisticated people, the opposite of Texas. If North America was the human body, Texas would be the ass.

United States Championship

(C) Damian Priest Vs. AJ Styles

The match gets underway and Priest takes Styles down with a wristlock. Styles fights back but Priest wallops him with right hands, backing him into the corner. Priest shoves AJ to the ropes and catches him with a backbreaker. Styles fights out of a rear chinlock and knocks Priest down. AJ wants the Styles Clash but Priest escapes and hits a dominator for a two-count.

AJ clotheslines Priest over the ropes to the floor, then jumps to the apron but Priest swipes his feet. Priest wants to Chokeslam AJ on the apron but Styles lands on his feet, swings a kick but Priest avoids it and swipes his feet again. Priest gets back inside and tries to kick AJ off the apron but gets his foot caught on the top rope. Styles knocks him back and wants a Phenomenal Forearm but Priest avoids it and hits a sunset flip for the win.

Winner: Damian Priest

We’re back with Alexa Bliss and her therapist. He asks her if she’s feeling better and she says yes. Life is good for the first time in a long time. She’s happy. He says he thinks she’s earned a gift and asks what she wants. She says she wants the music to stop. He stops the music, then pulls out the ripped Lilly doll that Charlotte tore apart. He says he’s giving this to her so she can be at peace. Bliss takes a deep breath and smiles at him. He then pulls out an intact Lilly and says he has an idea.


Alexander tries to rush Omos from behind but gets grabbed and shoved into the corner. Shelton is tagged in and Cedric grabs Omos’s feet to distract him, allowing Shelton to land some right hands. Omos shrugs them off and knocks Benjamin down, then grabs Cedric by the throat and throws him with a choke bomb to score the quick win.

Winner: Omos

We see Dana Brooke and friendzoned Reggie in a restaunts together for Valentine’s Day. In the background we see Akira Tozawa and Tamina sneak into the restaurant. To be continued.

The RK-Bro-ga party is raging backstage and the Street Profits join proceedings to play some beer pong.

Adam Pearce is in the ring for a contract signing between Hall of Famer Lita and the RAW Women’s Champion, Becky Lynch. Pearce introduces Lita first, then Lynch comes out looking distracted and a little dishevelled. Becky asks Lita not to sign the contract. She says she hasn’t slept in a week, thinking her teenage idol assaulted her and is trying to steal everything from her. She’ll let all that slide if Lita tears up the contract. She says Lita had a great career, what does she have to prove? Neither of them have anything to gain from this.

Lita asks the fans if they think she should tear the contract up and they boo. She ask if she should sign it and shut Becky up and they cheer. Lita says she didn’t come back because she has one good match left in her, she has one of hell of a Championship run in her. Becky doesn’t have to like this but the match is happening. Lita signs the contract and Becky says she’s pushing her to a point she can’t come back from.

Lynch says she’s studied Lita more than anyone, knows all her weaknesses, and she’ll go right for her neck. People remember with a smile on their face, but by the time she’s done they’ll think of her with a tear in their eye. Becky signs the contract and Lita says Becky claims there would be no Big Time Becks without Lita. So if she had a hand in creating this mess, she owes it to everyone to end it. And become a 5x Champion in the process. Becky throws the contract at Lita, then walks off.

A women’s Elimination Chamber match has been announced for the PPV on Saturday. The participants include Liv Morgan, Rhea Ripley, Bianca Belair, Doudrop, and Nikki A.S.H, with the final entrant yet unknown. The winner of this match will face the RAW Women’s Champion at WrestleMania.

*Commercial Break*

Gauntlet Match

Rhea Ripley Vs. Nikki A.S.H

We return to find this match underway and Ripley misses a boot to Nikki on the apron. Nikki sweeps her feet, then drags Rhea under the apron and peppers her with forearms. Nikki gets back in the ring and tackles Ripley for a two-count, then goes to a submision. Rhea gets slammed into the buckles and Nikki starts targetting her left leg.

Ripley fights out of a side headlock and hits a few short-arm clotheslines. Ripley lifts and throws Nikki face-first, then picks her up for the Riptide but Nikki slides off and chop blocks the leg. Nikki goes to the middle rope for a crossbody but gets caught and awkwardly slammed. Ripley lifts Nikki up and hits the Riptide for the pinfall.

*Commercial Break*

Rhea Ripley Vs. Liv Morgan

The match gets underway and Morgan attempts to small package but eats a boot to the chest for her trouble. Liv lands a dropkick and beats Rhea down in the corner before grabbing a sleeper. Ripley gets up with Morgan on her back and runs her into the buckles. Ripley hits a snapmare before lifting Liv up on her shoulders for an electric chair drop.

Morgan wants a hurricanrana but Ripley holds her up, until Liv lands a facebuster for a near-fall. Liv goes to the apron and jumps at Ripley but gets caught. Ripley grabs Morgan in the Prism Trap but Liv rolls forward to get out of it. Morgan runs at Ripley but gets kicked in the gut and hit with the Riptide. And that’s Morgan out of the equation.

*Commercial Break*

Rhea Ripley Vs. Doudrop

Ripley and Doudrop lock-up and struggle for control. Doudrop gets Ripley into the corner but Rhea starts forcing her backwards so Doudrop grabs a side headlock. Rhea shoots her off and attempts a shoulder block but Doudrop doesn’t budge. Rhea talks some trash and says she’ll try again, but again Doudrop doesn’t go down.

Ripley shoves Doudrop and hits a third shoulder, and this time Doudrop goes flying. Ripley swings for her but Doudrop catches her with a back suplex. Doudrop kicls the back and runs Rhea into the buckles. Doudrop stays in control, hitting a senton and a scoop slam. Doudrop looks for another but Rhea avoids it and connects with a dropkick. Ripley wants the short-arm clotheslines but Doudrop eats them and does’t fall.

They start hitting each other with clotheslines and not falling, then Rhea ducks one and connects with a dropkick for a two-count. Doudrop eats a few shots and wants a scoop slam but Rhea slides down her back. Ripley wants the Riptide but Doudrop fights out. Doudrop hits the ropes but Ripley hits her, then lands the Riptide for the win!

*Commercial Break*

Rhea Ripley Vs. Bianca Belair

The final step of the gauntlet match is underway and Belair slams Ripley in the corner for a two-count. Ripley wriggles out of a scoop slam but gets rolled-up for a two-count. Belair attempts another quick pin but Rhea kicks out. Belair boots Ripley in the gut, then jumps over her and hits a suplex. Ripley prevents a second suplex and attempts one of her own, but Belair counters with a stalling suplex for a near-fall.

Belair applies an abdominal stretch to Ripley in the middle of the ring. Rhea eventually fights free but gets hit with a hip toss. Bianca runs at her in the corner but gets caught with a drop-toe-hold into the turnbuckles. Ripley knees Belair in the face, then hits a snapmare and looks for a dropkick but Bianca avoids it. Belair hits a handspring moonsault for a near-fall.

Belair jumps over Ripley again and runs at her but this time Ripley drops her with a boot to the chest. Both women run at each other and drop each other. Rhea rolls from the ring and Bianca goes after her. Belair tries to get Ripley back in the ring but Rhea sends her into the steel steps. Both women are down on the outside as we head to the break.

*Commercial Break*

Back live and Belair is in control of Ripley. She lifts her up and hits the Glam Slam for a near-fall. Rhea fights back and looks for the Riptide but Belair avoids it. Belair attempts the Kiss of Death but Ripley lands on her feet and backs up. Ripley gets sent to the apron and goes to the top rope where Belair slaps her across the face. They exchange slaps over-and-over until Bianca hits a dropkick, then throws Ripley off the top rope onto her back.

Belair attempts the handspring moonsault but Ripley gets her knees up and again both women are down. “This is awesome” chant from the fans. Ripley goes to the top rope and connects with a missile dropkick that sends Belair flying across the ring. Rhea locks in the Prism Trap but Belair quickly rolls out and hits a spinebuster. Belair hits the Kiss of Death for the win.

Winner: Bianca Belair

Bianca Belair has earned the right to enter the Elimination Chamber match last on Saturday. She helps Ripley to her feet and holds her arm up. Ripley competed for 44 minutes straight.

Riddle is abckstage with the Bro-Ga party and sings a Valentine’s Day song. That is, until he gets attacked by Otis and Chad Gable. Everyone runs away, allowing Gable to hit Riddle in the gut with his guitar.

*Commercial Break*

We’re back in the restaurant with Reggie and Dana Brooke. R-Truth appears as their waiter and Reggie attacks him, allowing Dana to run off. Dana runs into Tamina and Tozawa but fights them off. They evade the jobbers and Dana kisses Reggie again. Reggie asks if they can be more than friends and she says no, so Reggie rolls her up and takes the title. Reginald is the New 24/7 Champion.

Alpha Academy come out to the ring where the Mysterio’s are waiting. Gable tells everyone to shush and calls the fans criminals. He says now that they’ve taken care of the Bro-Ga party it’s time for them to get down to brass tacks. He says its time for Professor Gable’s first ever public assembly. Gable says he hates cheaters and RK-Bro are the worst-of-the-worst.

Gable says RK-Bro hired an Irishman to host a spelling bee and his accent was as thick as Otis’s neck. He couldn’t understand a word. Gable complains that the categories were corrupt and the fans helped RK-Bro win. Gable says he wants Dominik to listen because his con-man father has been teaching him to cheat. They show a clip of Mysterio helping Dominik beat The Miz by tripping him. The Miz and Maryse come out and will be joining commentary for this match.

*Commercial Break*

Rey & Dominik Mysterio Vs. Alpha Academy

We’re back and the match is underway with Otis standing on Rey. Otis lifts Rey and hits a scoop slam before staring at Dominik. Otis backs Rey into the corner and whips him chest-first into the opposite buckles. Otis splashes Rey, then tags Gable and he hits a gutbuster for a two-count. Otis tags back in and tries to make Rey submit to no avail. Otis attempts a Vader Bomb but Rey rolls out of the way.

Gable and Dominik get tags and Dom catches Chad with a headscsissors, then knocks him into the corner. Dominik hits the Three Amigoes for his uncle Eddie but Gable counters the last one and hits a tiger suplex for a near-fall. Dominik hits a headscissors and Gable flies out of the ring. Rey gets the tag and he knocks Otis off the apron, then holds the ropes open for Dominik to dive onto Otis. Rey then slides under the bottom rope and sunset flips Gable into the barricade.

*Commercial Break*

Back live and Gable hits Dominik with repeated belly-to-belly suplexes for a near-fall. Gable goes to the top rope and jumps with a moonsault but Dominik rolls out of the way and rolls him up for two. Rey tags in and hits a tilt-a-whirl headscissors to Gable before knocking Otis off the apron. Rey elbows Chad and attempts a springboard but gets caught in mid-air with a German suplex.

Gable lifts Rey onto his shoulders but Mysterio counters with an incredible spinning facebuster. Otis breaks up the pin but Dominik and Rey run him shoulder-first into the ring post. Rey drops Gable on the middle rope and tags Dominik so the two of them can hit stereo 619’s. They both go to the apron but Miz jumps up and distracts them, so Rey jumps onto him. Dominik hits Gable with a crossbody but gets rolled-up by Gable for the win.

Winners: Alpha Academy

After the match Maryse gets in the ring and berates the Mysterio’s, allowing Miz to throw Dominik out of the ring, then hit Rey with a Skull Crushing Finale.

Alexa Bliss is back with her therapist and he says he’s happy to let her go because she’s cured. He tells her to take Lilly with her at all times. Bliss says she doesn’t have Lilly anymore but he tells her he restored the original Lilly and she needs to keep her in order to live a normal life. Bliss thanks him and shakes his hand, then makes him shake Lilly’s hand. We then hear a voiceover of Alexa saying there’s an open spot in the Elimination Chamber, so she knows what she’s doing on Saturday.

*Commercial Break*

We see a lengthy recap of this week’s SmackDown, focusing on Naomi and Sonya Deville’s relationship.

The announcers run down the entire card for Saturday’s Elimination Chamber PPV. The show will begin at twelve noon EST and we’ll have live coverage right here on Ringside News.

*Commercial Break*

Seth Rollins Vs. Randy Orton

The main event finally gets underway with a lock-up. They separate and Rollins gloats, so Orton drops him with a right hand. Orton beats Seth in the corner with European uppercuts, then climbs up for ten punches but Seth slips between his legs and trips Orton. Rollins chokes Randy using the middle rope, then hits a running forearm, snapmare and a kick to the back.

Rollins applies a rear chinlock, then gets out of the ring and drags Orton under the bottom rope to hit a running boot to the face. Rollins taunts the crowd before getting Randy back into the ring and connects with an axe handle off the top rope. Seth wastes time gloating and Orton starts chopping at him, then lands a few lariats. Orton looks for the snap powerslam but Rollins avoids it, then attempts the Stomp but Randy slips away.

Orton clotheslines Rollins out of the ring, then back suplexes him onto the announce desk. Orton gets Rollins back into the ring and wants the draping DDT but Rollins flips the Viper over the ropes to the floor. Seth goes to the apron and hits a running knee to drop him. Seth then connects with a suicide dive that sends Orton over the announce desk.

*Commercial Break*

Back from the final break and Rollins blocks a suplex to hit one of his own. Seth heads to the top rope and wants a frog splash but Orton crotches him on the ropes. Orton climbs up and hits a superplex, then crawls over to cover and get a near-fall. Rollins and Orton trade blows in the centre of the ring until Seth hits an enziguiri, then slams Orton into the turnbuckles.

Rollins connects with a slingblade, then looks for the Stomp but Orton catches him with a snap powerslam for a near-fall. Seth counters Orton with a superkick for a near-fall. Rollins hits a rolling elbow, followed by a second one to the back of the head. Rollins runs for the Stomp again but Orton pulls away. Rollins attempts a Pedigree but Randy throws him to the apron and hits the draping DDT.

Orton connects with an RKO but out come Alpha Academy! Riddle catches up with them and they start brawling on the ramp. Randy runs out of the ring to help him fight them off and leaes all three men lying. When Orton returns to the ring he eats a Stomp and Rollins covers him for the pinfall.

Winner: Seth Rollins

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. Remember this Saturday we will have live coverage of Elimination Chamber, which starts at 12 PM EST. Until then, 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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