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Tonight’s show will include Iyo Sky and Bianca Belair going one on one. Kevin Owens and Johnny Gargano taking on Alpha Academy. You can check out the full line-up below.
Bianca Belair vs. Iyo Sky
Rey Mysterio vs. Seth Rollins
Matt Riddle vs. Damian Priest
The Miz vs. Dexter Lumis
Kevin Owens & Johnny Gargano vs. The Alpha Academy
AJ Styles vs Sami Zayn
Tonight’s show kicks off with Bianca Belair making her way to the ring with Alexa Bliss and Asuka. She says she would challenge Bayley tonight for the Raw women’s championship, but she Bayley wouldn’t do it alone. Damage CTRL then make their way to the ring. Bayley says it’ll never be about just her and Bianca. She says Bianca was trained how to be a champion but she trained herself. Bianca questions where Bayley has been and tells her she remembers because she was injured. Bayley says that because she was injured, that’s the only reason Bianca was at the top. Bianca reminds Bayley she was at the top while Bayley was there. Bayley then challenges Bianca to make the match at Extreme Rules a ladder match. Bianca accepts and then challenges Iyo Sky to a match tonight. That match will start right now.
Bianca gets a hot start before we head to commercial break. Before we cut back to action, a black SUV arrives in the back and it’s Solo Sikoa and Sami Zayn, who is taking on AJ Styles tonight. The match at the beginning really showcases the strength of Bianca Belair. She hits a lot of power moves at first. However, after a nice reversal, Iyo Sky takes charge and works over Bianca’s arm. Bianca gets back on top after some offense on the top turnbuckle, but it doesn’t last for long as Iyo Sky boots her face into the post. We head to another commercial break. When we return, there is still a lot of back and forth action between the two women, with both sides having their partners look on from the outside. Bianca gets a couple of near falls but can’t put Iyo away. She tries to hit a KOD but Iyo Sky reverses and heads to the top rope for an aerial maneuver, but it’s reversed into a fallaway slam. That was good enough for another two count. The women battle to the top rope and Iyo hits an arm drag from the top followed by running knees into the bottom of the turnbuckle. Bianca, however, recovers and jumps outside to knock out Dakota Kai and Bayley. As Iyo makes her way back in, Bianca hits her with a KOD, and gets the pinfall win.
In the back, Kevin Patrick is with Rey Mysterio. He asks about Dominik’s actions last week and what is going through Rey’s mind. He says he would never fight Dominik, but he doesn’t know what happened to the young man he raised. He says that can’t sway his focus from his match tonight with Seth ‘Freakin’ Rollins. He says he won’t be showing any mercy with Rollins tonight. We head back to commercial, with that match advertised as the next one on the card.
In the back, Miz tells a group of security that they will be given a package of up to a million dollars worth of gifts if they protect him from Dexter Lumis. They are called “The Miz Force”.
Seth Rollins makes his way down for his match with Rey Mysterio. He first cuts a promo putting over his upcoming match with Matt Riddle in the fight pit. Their match will take place in two weeks at Extreme Rules. Rollins insults Mysterio before he makes his way to the ring. He says he’s going to give Mysterio the beating he’s too much of a coward to give his son. Rey attacks Rollins before the bell, and we head to commercial break. When the action returns, Rollins is handling Mysterio. Rollins is also bleeding on his forehead. The action turns outside, and Dominik comes down with a chair. He stands side by side with Rollins as he watches him continue to punish his dad. It should be noted, another QR code popped on the screen during this part of the match. We head back to commercial. As we get back, Rollins is still in control as Dominik has taken a seat on the outside. Rey hit a really nice reversal as Rollins was going for a Three Amigos. Mysterio goes for a 619, but it’s reversed into a Buckle Bomb, and both men collapse to the ground. Mysterio takes Rollins outside with a hurricanrana and then hits a diving splash to the outside. He gets Rollins back in but only for a two count. Mysterio finally hits a 619, but Rollins rolls to the outside. Mysterio continues the attack on the outside until Dominik intervenes and tells Rey to hit him with the chair. From behind, Rhea Ripley attacks Rey. They throw Mysterio back into the ring for a Stomp and submission for the win. In the back, Matt Riddle is watching, and Bobby Lashley meets him in the back. He says he’s wishing Riddle luck in his match tonight and furthermore wishing him luck in the Fight Pit at Extreme Rules. He also tells Riddle not to interrupt any of his matches again. Before commercial, Kevin Owens and Johnny Gargano make their way through the hallways and we see Miz’s security in despair.
Alpha Academy make their way to the ring with Chad Gable waving an American flag in front of the Edmonton crowd. Gargano and Kevin Owens come out next with Owens getting a huge home country reaction. Some good back and forth tag team wrestling between the two teams starts the match. We head to our next commercial break. When we return, Otis is still using his power to dominate Gargano. Gargano, who is desperate for a tag, crawls to Owens but is cut off. He reverses a Gable maneuver and finally gets the hot tag to Owens. Owens hits a sharpshooter to Gable, which gets a huge reaction from the crowd. Gargano gets a tag and performs some great tag team wrestling, by cutting off Gable from a tag. He tags Owens back in who hits a swanton bomb, but only for a two count. Outside, Otis clears off the announce table while attacking Owens. However, Owens gets the advantage and hits a diving elbow through the table. Inside the ring, Gargano goes for a kick, but is distracted by Theory. Gable hits a huge maneuver for a two count but Gargano kicks out. Gargano finally hits his finisher for the pinfall victory.
In the back, Kevin Patrick asks AJ Styles why he declined Judgement Day’s offer to join. He says to give respect he has to get respect. Finn Balor cuts him off who tries to recruit, and says they can change the business again. Balor offers him protection to watch his back, but Styles says he can watch his own back. After the break, we will get Omos in a match.
In the back, Theory is getting after Alpha Academy. He asks why they didn’t win, and Gable says Otis wasn’t in good shape since being attacked by Braun Strowman. He calls Strowman a doofus, who calls Theory’s phone and challenges Gable to a match that we will get next week in Gable’s hometown. Also next week, we have a match made between Otis and Johnny Gargano. In the ring, we have a squash match featuring Omos. The Nigerian Giant wins in just a few seconds, and continues demolishing after the bell. He puts both of the enhancement talents on the announce table and stands over them as this segment ends.
In the back, Miz sees his Miz Force has been beaten down. Miz realizes that means Dexter Lumis is there, but by the time he realizes it, Lumis attacks him. Lumis was disguised in Edmonton Oiler gear. Lumis chokes Miz out before stroking his hair and we head to another commercial break.
When we get back from the break, Nikki ASH is in the ring. She is taking on a returning Candice LeRae. The two women will take on each other in a one on one next! The match is started by Nikki being super aggressive, but it doesn’t take long for LeRae to get back on top. LeRae gets the win after an avalance swinging neck breaker. In the corner, after the match, we see Nikki ASH take her mask off. A very impressive win for LeRae in her return to the company.
After this we get a video package hyping up the Roman Reigns and Logan Paul match in Saudi Arabia. That match will take place November 5th at Crown Jewel. Up next we will have AJ Styles vs. Sami Zayn.
In the back, Finn Balor is telling Judgement Day that Styles is going to come around, but they’re interrupted by Kevin Patrick. Patrick asks if Priest is going to hold back any against his former friend, Matt Riddle. Rhea Ripley and Priest question why Patrick asks such a dumb question. Priest confirms he is going to give Riddle a beat down.
Next, we have Sami Zayn vs Styles. Sami is accompanied to the ring by Solo Sikoa. Sami hits an early shoulder tackle, before throwing up the 1, acknowledging his Tribal Chief. The two men share a lot of back and forth before things head to the outside, and Sami hits a beautiful springboard moonsault to Styles. However, Styles takes control and hits a nice bomb before a two count. Zayn rolls outside, and Styles comes in with a Phenomenal Forearm to the outside and we head to commercial. As we return, the Honorary Uce and Styles are reversing each others moves. Sami hits a big Blue Thunder Bomb but only for a two count. Sami hits another big suplex but can’t quite get the cover quickly and that allows Styles to kick out at two. Sami then takes the offense to the outside and bashes Styles around. He gets a near countout win, but Styles makes it back in just in time. Elbows by Zayn and a Pele kick by Styles knock both men to the ground as we head to our next break.
After the break, we see the two on the top turnbuckle as Styles tries to hit a Style Clash with no luck. Styles afterwards does lock in the Calf Crusher, but Zayn gets to the rope. Sami finally hits the Helluva Kick for the win! After the match, Styles is still groggy in the ring when Judgement Day’s music hits. The group heads to the ring with Balor leading the charge. Balor tells Styles if he would’ve just listened and taken their offer, the outcome would’ve been different. Balor gives Styles one more chance to join Judgement Day, and Styles declines the invitation. The group attacks Styles. Balor nearly hits Styles with a chair wrapped around his throat, but stops just in time. He tells Styles he could’ve ended his career, but he didn’t because that’s not what friends do as this segment comes to an end. We will have our main event next, Matt Riddle vs. Damian Priest.
Before the match, we find out John Cena set the record for most Make A Wish granted with 650. Cena gets a round of applause. In the back, we see Candice LeRae celebrate with Bianca Belair, Asuka, and Alexa Bliss. She tells Belair she hopes she destroys Bayley at Extreme Rules. Bayley overhears this and makes a smart remark. This sets up a match between LeRae and Dakota Kai next week.
The next match is our main event, Matt Riddle vs. Damian Priest. The men exchange offensive moves before Riddle finally gains control. As he’s about to hit a clothesline, Priest reverses with a lariat of his own to take control. As the match goes to the outside, Priest throws Riddle up through the barricade. We head to commercial break. When we return, Priest is still in control, but Riddle changes that quickly. Riddle hits a flurry of offense, but it’s only good for a two count. We head for our last commercial of the night.
Riddle, as we return, gets a near fall after a superplex. Both men then take turns on the offensive, before Riddle hits Bro Derek, but only for a two. After a facebuster by Damian Priest that gets a two count, Riddle goes for an RKO but it’s negated by Priest, but Riddle rolls up Priest for the win. After the match, we see a beatdown by the Judgement Day to Matt Riddle, but Edge is back and he takes out Priest, Balor, and scares Dominik and Rhea Ripley off. Edge is standing tall in the middle of the ring. He grabs a mic, and challenges Balor to a match at Extreme Rules in an I Quit match. This ends our episode of Monday Night Raw!
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