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WWE Monday Night RAW Results for May 9, 2022



RK-Bro open up the show for a promo. The crowd giving some heavy “Randy” chants. Orton says they may have lost the battle to The Bloodline at WrestleMania Backlash, but when it’s all said and done, they will win the war. Orton says they still want to unify the Tag Team Titles. Riddle says he and Orton will be at SmackDown Live this week, and will demand a shot at the SmackDown Live Tag Team Championships from Roman Reigns.

The Street Profits are out now The Profits warn that RK-Bro needs to be worried about their RAW Tag Team Title match tonight, not The Bloodline. The Street Profits say they want the smoke, and Riddle says RK-Bro 4:20 says “We just smoked your asses.”

RAW Tag Team Titles: RK-Bro vs. The Street Profits

The Profits get the upper hand after a rare miscommunication between Orton and Riddle. Just as The Profits build up some steam, Riddle catches Ford for an RKO in mid-air. Riddle gets the pin and the win.

Winners and STILL RAW Tag Team Champions: RK-Bro

Theory is out for a short interview, saying he doesn’t respect Cody Rhodes and isn’t worried about their United States Title match later.

Edge, Rhea Ripley, and Damian Priest now hit the ring for a promo. Edge starts things off by insulting the live crowd, calling them all ugly. Damian Priest then made the audience all rise in respect for the newest member of Judgement Day, Rhea Ripley. Ripley says she saw Edge and Priest change for the better, and she wanted that for herself. She also threatened to destroy Liv Morgan later tonight. Edge is then interrupted by Liv Morgan for she and Ripley’s match.

Rhea Ripley vs. Liv Morgan

A mostly dominant performance from Ripley here. Ripley beat Morgan down pretty bad and finally made her tap out with a submission.

Winner: Rhea Ripley

After the match, Edge commands Ripley to attack Morgan more, and Ripley puts Morgan back in the submission hold for a few more seconds. Finn Balor hits the ring, soon followed by AJ Styles. Finn Balor vs. Damian Priest is up next.

Damian Priest vs. Finn Balor

A great back-and-forth between these two. Just when Balor gets the upper hand, Ripley pulls Priest out of the ring. Edge then hits the ring and spears Balor. AJ Styles comes in for the save but is distracted by Ripley. Edge and Priest then take out Styles and Balor.

Winner via DQ: Finn Balor

Omos and MVP are heading to the ring for a special “VIP Lounge” segment.

Coming back from break we get a backstage segment between Kevin Owens, Chad Gable, and Otis. Gable said he’ll have undisputed evidence that Ezekiel is Elias. KO then said that his older brother is going to be at RAW later to compete against Ezekiel.

Back in the VIP Lounge with MVP and Omos. MVP calls Lashley selfish and ungrateful, but is later interrupted by Cedric who hits the ring and proposes an alliance between the three. However, as they begin to bicker, Bobby Lashley’s music hits, and he takes out security guards on the way to the ring.

Cedric tries to sneak up on Lashley but Lashley catches him and tosses him aside. Lashely then clotheslines Omos out of the ring, but he’s distracted by Cedric again, allowing MVP to slip away. Lashley then puts Cedric in the Hurt Lock as MVP and Omos back away up the ramp.

Adam Pierce and Sonya Deville are backstage teasing Deville’s match later tonight. Deville doesn’t want to know who her opponent is, as she says, it’s not personal, it’s just business. Sonya Deville hits the ring and is awaiting her opponent. However, Adam Pierce comes out and says Deville’s contact as a WWE official is terminated after a recent investigation. However, she’s still a WWE Superstar, and introduces her opponent. Her opponent’s music hits and it’s none other than ALEXA BLISS!!!!

Sonya Deville vs. Alexa Bliss

A quick and easy win for Bliss here, who took advantage of a very distracted Deville who was still distraught after learning her contract as a WWE official has been terminated.

Winner: Alexa Bliss

Elias then hits the ring for his match with Kevin Owens’ brother, Ken. Ken comes out and introduces himself to Ezekiel. Ezekiel seems to go along with Owen’s “Ken” personality, which Owens doesn’t like. Owens begins attacking Ezekiel, but Ezekiel fights back. Otis and Gable hit the ring to help Owens beat down Ezekiel.

We’re backstage with Pierce, Asuka, and Becky Lynch. Lynch doesn’t like that Asuka is facing Bianca Belair tonight. Pierce says if Asuka beats Belair, she’ll get a title match with Blair. Lynch and Asuka crazy scream at each other to close the segment.

Veer Mahaan vs. Frank Lowman (local talent)

Lowman was able to get off some offense early, but Veer quickly turned things around and dominated. Veer then locked in the clutch submission for the victory.

Winner: Veer Mahaan

Cody Rhodes is interviewed backstage and says he hopes he and Seth Rollins’ feud is done after WrestleMania Backlash. As far as he’s concerned, that chapter is closed. He’s now focused on Theory and the United States Championship.

WWE United States Championship: Theory (c) vs. Cody Rhodes

Cody Rhodes and Theory put on a great bout, and just when Rhodes looked like he was closing in on the title, Seth Rollins hit the ring, attacking Rhodes from behind.

Winner via disqualification: Cody Rhodes (Theory remains United States Champion)

Rollins hit Rhodes with a Curb Stomp on the announcer’s table. Loud boos rain down on Rollins and Rhodes is out. Rollins screams in Rhodes’ face to close the segment.

Sasha Banks & Naomi vs. Nikki A.S.H Doudrop

Nikki A.S.H had Banks nearly beat, but lost focus in enough time for Banks to make the tag to Naomi. Naomi and Banks were able to hit their tag finisher. Banks knocked Doudrop off the canvas and Naomi got the pin for the win.

Winners: Sasha Banks and Naomi

Banks and Doudrop bicker for a few seconds before The Miz’s music hits, and he’s out with a referee shirt on. He’ll be the special guest referee for Mustafa Ali vs. Ciampa next.

Mustafa Ali vs. Ciampa – Miz serving as Special Guest Referee

Before the match, Miz says that Theory went to Vince McMahon to organize this match with Miz as the official, and Miz said he’d call it right down the middle. He didn’t. Miz was very slow to count for Ali, and let Ciampa get away with some illegal tactics. Ali hit Ciampa with a nice springboard DDT, but Miz counted extremely slow.

While Ali was complaining to Miz, Ciamp hit a reverse DDT and went for the pin, which Miz counted extremely fast.

Winner: Ciampa

We get another Lacey Evans promo.

We get a backstage promo from Bobby Lashley blasting MVP, and challenging Omos to a Steel Cage match on Monday Night RAW next week.

Becky Lynch is out ringside for the upcoming main event between Bianca Belair and Asuka.

Bianca Belair vs. Asuka

Belair looked to hit the ropes before Lynch got involved and pulled Belair out of the ring, throwing her into the steps. Lynch then hit the ring and attacked Asuka.

Winner via DQ: Bianca Belair

RAW goes off air with Belair checking on Asuka, and Lynch screaming at the pair as she backs away up the ramp.

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