Welcome to Ringside News’ live results, highlights, winners and reactions for the March 7th, 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.

Tonight’s RAW will open with the RAW Tag Team Title match, which sees Alpha Academy defend against RK-Bro, as well as Kevin Owens and Seth Rollins. Which team will walk out with the titles, and will this spell the end for RK-Bro if they don’t? Elsewhere The Miz and Logan Paul will once again join forces for a celebration in front of Miz’s hometown of Cleveland.

Brock Lesnar isn’t advertised for tonight’s RAW but we will likely see a replay of Roman Reigns beating him up at Madison Square Garden this past Saturday night. Edge is set to explain his heinous actions last week, where he turned heel and annhilated AJ Styles. And Finn Balor and Damian Priest, as well as Becky Lynch and Bianca Belair, are set to continue their respective feuds as we head into WresteMania.

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!



Monday Night RAW opens with a look at what happened at Madison Square Garden on Saturday night, with Roman Reigns attacking and leaving Brock Lesnar lying.

Kevin Owens and Seth Rollins come to the ring and Rollins welcomes us to the show. He says he is very excited because they’re about to become RAW Tag Team Champions. Owens says it’s been a tough year for the two of them because they keep getting screwed over. Rollins says the deck is constantly stacked against them but that changes tonight. Rollins asks can you even imagine WrestleMania without the two of them?

Owens says he can’t imagine it but it came close. Thankfully they’re on a roll now but the downside is they’ll have to compete in the dump that is Dallas, Texas. The fan boo and Owens says he knows they agree but the positive is that he’ll be with his best friend. Footage is shown of the tag match last week where Owens and Rollins beat Alpha Academy. Owens says they are undeniable, just as much as Dallas sucks, and just as much as Alpha Academy sucks.

Alpha Academy come out and their music now features a “shush” at the start. Gable then shushes the fans in person before telling them that KO and Seth’s win last week was erroneous. Gable says they cheated to win last week. And he has a masters degree, therefore he hould be the one to compete at WrestleMania along with his number one guy: Otis. Gable says they will finish this crap tonight and waltz on to the biggest stage in wrestling.

RK-Bro are backstage and Kevin Patrick asks them for a word. Riddle says tubular is a pretty cool word. Riddle says this is the most important night in RK-Bro’s career and he won’t let it end badly. Orton says he has a word too: win. They have to win by any means necessary. They’ve worked too hard not to go out there and kick everyone’s ass and take their titles back. RK-Bro make their entrance for the title match.

*Commercial Break*

RAW Tag Team Championships

(C) Alpha Academy Vs, Kevin Owens & Seth Rollins Vs. RK-Bro

The Triple Threat tag match gets underway and Rollins superkick Gable, who rolls out of the ring. Rollins then avoids Riddle and hits him with a slingblade for a one-count. Owens tags in and teams with Rollins to hit a double back elbow and a senton. Riddle lands some kicks but Owens catches one and stomps his foot, then hits a DDT for a two-count.

Riddle is sent to the outside where Gable hits him with an exploder suplex. Gable returns to the ring and snaps Owens on the top rope. Gable looks for a German suplex but gets shrugged off and Owens connects with an enziguiri. Owens lands a springboard elbow drop for a two-count, then tags Rollins. Drop-toe-hold from Seth and a senton from Owens for a two-count. Rollins throws Gable into the buckles and follows-up with a forearm to the back.

Riddle returns and Rollins jumps onto both with a springboard crossbody. Owens tags in and hits a flurry of double-team offence with Rollins to clear the ring. Rollins then hits a suicide dive to take out Gable and Riddle. Seth gets Gable back into the ring and Owens hits a swanton bomb off the top rope and covers but Gable kicks out. KO and Rollins are frustrated as we head to the break.

*Commercial Break*

We’re back live and Otis tags in and whips Riddle hard into the buckles. Gable tags back in and goes to work on the left leg of Riddle. Otis tags back in and grabs a neck crank. Riddle tries to fight up but gets dropped with a forearm to the back, then squashed in the corner. Otis goes to the middle rope for a splash but Riddle rolls out of the way.

Orton and Gable get the tags and Randy hits him with repeated clotheslines, then a snap powerslam. Rollins runs in and he gets caught with a powerslam as well. Owens gets on the apron and Orton knocks him off, then hits both Rollins and Gable with draping DDT’s at the same time. Orton wants an RKO but Gable avoids it but gets knocked out of the ring.

Orton catches Seth with the RKO but Owens drags him out of the ring as he’s making the pinfall. Orton back drops Owens onto the announce desk, then does the same to Gable. Otis rushes over and Orton tries to back drop him on the table but can’t get him up. Riddle joins Orton and they lift and slam Otis onto the desk as we head to the break!

*Commercial Break*

We return to find Gable and Riddle going back-and-forth. Riddle drops him and hits a floating bro for a near-fall. Riddle jumps on the back of Owens but he hits a senton to Gable with Riddle on his back. Orton comes in and throws hands with Owens, then hits a backbreaker. Otis comes in and slams Orton and Riddle, then goes to the middle rope for a Vader Bomb, then Gable lands a moonsault but Seth break the pin.

Otis runs at Rollins but hits the ring post and falls to the outside. Gable is on the top rope but Rollins crotches him, then chops him. Seth climbs up but Gable headbutts him back down. Rollins leaps back up and Owens joins him on the middle rope, then Otis comes in and powerbombs them both for a tower of doom spot. Every man comes into the ring and starts brawling!

*Commercial Break*

Back live and every Superstar is down on the outside. Riddle and Gable make it back into the ring and Riddle hits an exploder suplex. Riddle goes up top but Rollins drops him into the tree of woe and hits a double stomp. Seth stares at the WrestleMania sign, then runs at Riddle but gets caught in an armbar! Gable comes back and knocks Riddle off, then hits a rolling German suplex.

Gable with an exploder suplex to Riddle, then goes up top for a moonsault but Orton catches him with an RKO in mid-air!! Owens superkicks Orton, then he and Rollins team to hit Otis repeatedly and he tumbles out of the ring. Rollins hits a buckle bomb to Gable, then Owens hits the Stunner and Rollins lands the Stomp. Riddle rushes in and tosses Rollins out and covers Gable!

Winners and New RAW Tag Team CHampions: RK-BRO

Rollins walks off in a daze, leaving Owens sitting by the steel steps with his face in his hands. Randy Orton and Riddle are interviewed after the match. Orton says he’s been doing this for twenty years and he’s never had as much fun as he’s having now. He says he means that from the bottom of his heart and he’s going to say the F-word, a word he’s never said on TV before. Randy calls Riddle his friend and shouts that they’re going to WrestleMania together.

*Commercial Break*

24/7 Championship

(C) Dana Brooke W/Reginald Vs. Tamina W/Akira Tozawa

The match starts and Tamina boots Dana across the ring. Tamina punches Dana on the mat, then tosses her by the hair. Dana avoids a splash in the corner before hitting a handspring back elbow. Tamina drops her and applies a Boston crab. Reggie rallies Brooke to get to the ropes but instead she rolls Tamina up for the win.

Winner: Dana Brooke

Seth Rollins is backstage with a bad cut above his left eye. He’s asked for a comment from Kevin Patrick but he just stares into space and seethes.

*Commercial Break*

The Miz is in the ring for a new edition of Miz TV. He says he’s home in Cleveland and the fans chant his name. Miz says Cleveland is awesome before introducing his WrestleMania partner, another hometown boy, Logan Paul. Paul says he is honoured to be Miz’s partner and honoured to be home. His friends are in the crowd and he says he was a high school wrestler. Cleveland made him the man he is – the fans boo that.

Miz says Logan has earned everything he has. Unlike Dominik Mysterio. He was handed a contract because his father is a legend. And he is a true legend but that doesn’t mean Dominik deserves anything. Paul says Dominik is riding off Rey’s coattails. Miz agrees before introducing yet another Cleveland native: Jerry ‘The King’ Lawler! Lawler comes to the ring and he rhymes off a few of his accomplishments in the city and he says he’s very excited to be here.

Lawler asks what they think about having WrestleMania right here in Cleveland. Paul says it’s an awesome idea but Miz says he does’t know. This isn’t a WrestleMania city. The pyrotechnics alone Cleveland couldn’t handle. Let’s be honest, anyone who gains some success leaves the place; him, Lebron James, Odell Beckham Jr., etc. Miz says him and his partner are going to get out of town and head straight to WrestleMania.

We see highlights from NXT 2.0 where Tommaso Ciampa and NXT Champion Bron Breakker beat Dolph Ziggler and Robert Roode. Kevin Patrick interviews Ciampa backstage and Bron Breakker! Bron says he’s excited to be on RAW and barks. Patrick asks if they’re worried about the Dirty Dawgz having the home-field advantage. Breakker says this is a dream come true and he’s representing NXT, so he’s just excited to beat Ziggler and his lap-dog. Ciampa says they’re already beat the two of them, so it’s no big deal to do it again.

*Commercial Break*

The Street Profits are interviewed backstage and asked if they have a spot on WrestleMania this year. They say they pinned RK-Bro a few weeks ago, so if anyone is first in line it’s the two of them.

Tommaso Ciampa makes his way to the ring, followed by NXT Champion, Bron Breakker. We see a video package for Breakker, who is the son of Rick Steiner, therefore the nephew of Scott Steiner. He’s a phenomenal talent that has been only wrestling for about a year.

Bron Breakker & Tommaso Ciampa Vs. The Dirty Dawgz

The match starts with Roode and Breakker. The rookie avoids Roode using his athleticism before landing a stalling vertical suplex. Ciampa is tagged in and stays on the offence until a distraction frm Ziggler allows Roode to hit a spinebuster. Ziggler tags in and looks to capitalise but Bron drags Ciampa out of the ring to regroup.

*Commercial Break*

Back live and the Dawgz are still in control of Ciampa. Ziggler connects with a dropkick before tagging Roode for a double-team. Ciampa drops Roode and both men make tags. Breakker runs over Ziggler with big shoulder tackles and an belly-to-belly suplex. Breakker hits a clothesline, then catches Dolph in mid-air with a spinebuster.

Breakker wants a spear but Ziggler kicks him in the face, only to eat another clothesline. Breakker lifts Ziggler for a stalling military press but Roode gets on the apron and distracts him. Ziggler rolls-up Breakker for a near-fall. Breakker hits the ring post after Dolph rolls out of the way, then Ziggler hits a Zig-Zag for a near-fall. Ciampa knees Roode off the apron, then attacks him on the floor. Breakker hits a military press powerslam to Ziggler for the win.

Winners: Bron Breakker & Tommaso Ciampa

After the match Ziggler get the microphone and sarcastically congratulates them. Ziggler says they’re having a three-way for the NXT Championship tomorrow night and the second Breakker looks to Ciampa he’ll catch him. He’s going to take Bron’s NXT Championship for his “big ass trophy cabinet” and leave the kid with nothing.

*Commercial Break*

Omos Vs. Apollo Crews W/Commander Azeez

At the start of the match Omos says once he’s done with Apollo, Azeez is next. Crews dropkicks Omos and tries to attack him in he corner but gets pushed back and dropped with a big boot. Omos clubs Apollo and locks-in a submission. He let’s go to trash talk Azeez, then knocks Crews out of the ring. Omos brings Crews back in but misses a splash in the corner, then eats an enziguiri. Crews jumps at Omos but gets caught and chokeslammed.

Winner: Omos

Azeez gets into the ring after the match to check on Apollo. Omos gets in his face but then walks off.

*Commercial Break*

We see a long replay of last week when Edge begged someone to come out and challenge him to a match at WrestleMania. AJ Styles answered the call but Edge proceeded to beat the holy Hell out of Styles with a chair.

Edge’s music hits with just a blue spotlight on the ramp. The music stops and Edge stands in the spotlight wearing a black suit, then walks to the ring in silence and bathed in blue light. The fans are booing lightly and the commentators don’t say a single word.

Edge goes to speak but then stops and looks around him. He says “you think you know me?” He says it’s clear AJ doesn’t. He knows he’s at home and he wants to speak directly to him and he should put the kids and wife to bed. What he did last week he did for AJ. If he wants to face Edge at WrestleMania then he needs to be the flesh-eating pitbull. Edge says he helped Styles but AJ helped him too.

It’s like his brain cracked open and the real him was able to fly. It was a version of him he’s never met before and one he’s fallen in love with. He says he feels completely in control of everything that can and will ever happen in the ring. He says he is standing atop the mountain of omnipotence and the view is phenomenal.

Kevin Owens is pacing backstage when he’s asked for a comment about losing the tag match earlier. Owens says he isn’t as distraught as Rollins because he never wants to feel so low as he did earlier tonight. And he won’t because he’s had an epiphany. An idea so powerful that will change his entire WrestleMania future. He won’t share the details right now, but he will later tonight.

*Commercial Break*

We see another lenghty recap of Roman Reigns attacking Brock Lesnar on Saturday night at Madison Square Garden.

Liv Morgan & Rhea Ripley Vs. Carmella & Queen Zelina

The match starts with Morgan and Carmella. Liv backs Carmella into the corner and hits her with double knees, then tags Ripley. Rhea clobbers Carmella with repeated knees, then Vega tags in. Ripley lifts Vega up for a stalling suplex and Carmella runs in but Ripley boots her while holding Vega. Zelina knocks Ripley out of the ring with a DDT, then Carmella kicks her against the steel steps.

*Commercial Break*

Vega is holding Ripley down with a submission. Carmella is tagged in followed a boot to the face from Vega. Carmella smushes Ripley’s face into the mat, then hits her with an Edgecutor. Carmella wastes time talking trash and Ripley hits her with a unique up-kick. Morgan and Vega get the tags and Liv hits an enziguiri, dropkick to the back, and a springboard dropkick for a near-fall.

Morgan slides under a clothesline and rolls Vega up for a near-fall. Zelina leaps to her corner to make a tag but Carmella isn’t there, she’s over talking with her boyfriend, Corey Graves. The distraught Zelina Vega gets caught with a slam but Liv, then Ripley tags in and hits the Riptide for the win while Carmella is still chatting with Graves.

Winners: Liv Morgan & Rhea Ripley

We see a replay of last week when Damian Priest lost the United States Championship to Finn Balor, then beat him up after the fact. Balor makes his entrance for a match after the break.

*Commercial Break*

It was announced earlier today that Vader will be joining The Undertaker as the next inducttee into the 2022 Hall of Fame ceremony.

Finn Balor Vs. Austin Theory

The match begins and Balor avoids Theory, then starts punching and kicking him in the corner. Balor grabs a side headlock but Theory shoots him off and hits a shoulder tackle. Theory shoulders Finn in the corner, then hits a snapmare and a stomp before grabbing a rear chinlock. Balor fights up but Theory knocks him against the ropes and chokes him.

Balor rolls through a sunset flip and dropkicks Theory. Balor lkicks Austin in the gut and looks to stomp him but Theory rolls outside and drags Balor with him. Theory gets Finn on his shoulders for the A.T.L but Balor slips off and hits a slingblade. Balor gets back in the ring and looks like he’s about to hit a dive to the outside but we head to the break.

*Commercial Break*

Back live and Theory has Balor down in a headlock. Balor fights up and lands some forearms as he backs Theory into the corner. Balor counters Theory and stomps him over-and-over by the ropes. Theory rolls to the apron and Finn looks to suplex him back inside but Austin shoulders him in the gut and jumps over the ropes with a stomp. Theory hits a fisherman suplex for a near-fall.

Theory fends off a comeback and lands an Ushigoroshi for a near-fall. Austin is getting frustrated and stares at the WrestleMania sign. Balor slides off the shoulders and htis a reverse DDT, followed by a shotgun dropkick. Balor goes to the top rope but suddenly he’s grabbed by Damian Priest! Balor is shocked and Priest throws him off the top rope and he lands on the top rope.

Winner Via Disqualification: Finn Balor

Priest gets into the ring and lifts Balor up to hit a crucifix powerbomb. Priest stares at Balor and the WrestleMania sign before walking off. Austin Theory grabs Balor and hits an ATL. then takes some selfies.

We see a replay of Bianca Belair lashing Becky Lynch with her hair last week. Belair is interviewed backstage and she says she has one rule: don’t touch her hair – she even has a t-shirt that says so. Belair says she wanted her and Lynch to have a repsectful match but Becky wants to fight dirty. Well it doesn’t matter because she’s going to prove that she is the Est. in WrestleMania.

*Commercial Break*

Kevin Owens comes to the ring to share his ephiphany regarding WrestleMania. He says it’s official that he has no match for WrestleMania but that’s fine because he has an offer to make. He wants to have the biggest, most stupendous KO Show in history. So he’s been thinking about who he could invite and there’s a lot of scumbags from Texas.

Owens could invite the blowhard JBL but he doubts his stupid limousine could even fit into the stadium. Then there’s Booker T who challenged him last week. Booker is from Texas but spent his career in a team called Harlem Heat and called himself a King and talked in a British accent, so there’s no place for a hypocrite on the KO Show. And then there’s Shawn Michaels. Owens says he’s a Canadian so he couldn’t in good conscience invite HBK onto his show.

So who has he chosen? He’s picked the man that epitomises Texas and its redneck lifestyle. The guy has crappy knees and is probably out of shape from drinking beer all day. Nothing would give him more pleasure than to hit him with a Stunner that would be talked about the world over for years to come. And when the drunk is down and put he’s going to pour a glass of milk over his lifeless body. That is, if he accepts. “I am calling you out… Stone Cold Steve Austin!”

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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