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WWE Monday Night RAW Results for May 16, 2022



We’re kicking things off with the cage match! Omos is making his way to the ring first, alongside MVP.

MVP cuts a promo first, taking shots at Lashley and hyping up Omos. Lashely hitting the ring now. Cedric Alexander runs up on Lashley from behind during his entrance and attacks him. Now Omos is outside the ring and he and Alexander gang up on Lashley on the ramp.

The referees and WWE officials come out to separate everyone. Lashley gets inside the cage and waits for Omos as we go to break.

Steel Cage match: Omos vs. Bobby Lashley

Lashley nearly had the match won via escape, but Alexander got inside the ring and kept him from escaping. Alexander was tossed off the cage by Lashley but then Lashley decided to jump off the cage onto Omos, who caught Lashley. Omos tossed Lashley into one side of the cage, which broke. Because the cage wall broke and Lashley’s feet hit the outside floor, he’s the winner.

Winner: Bobby Lashley

The WWE United States Champion Theory is on his way to the ring for his match. Mustafa Ali is out as his opponent, but Theory gets on the mic. Theory says he can’t go through with the match unless he knows someone he can trust can come out and call things right down the middle. The Miz comes out as the Special Guest referee.

Theory gets on the mic again before the match can start. He says expect the unexpected. He’s arranged a match to prove if he’s championship material. Ali’s opponent isn’t Theory, it’s Veer Mahaan.

Veer Mahaan vs. Mustafa Ali with The Miz as Special Guest Referee

Ali was able to get some decent offense in the match, but thanks to some interference and distraction from Miz, Mahaan got the upper hand and hit Ali with a massive clothesline. Mahaan locked in the submission for the victory.

Winner: Veer Mahaan

Theory tells Mahaan to put Ali back in the submission, and Theory, Miz, and Mahaan pose alongside Ali, who is caught in the submission hold. Miz and Theory call for Mahaan to put Ali through a table, but before Mahaan can finish his attack, The Mysterios hit the ring for the save. The Mysterios put Mahaan down outside the ring before we go to break.

We come back and Lynch is complaining to Adam Pierce. Pierce announces that Lynch will face Asuka in the main event tonight, and the winner will face Bianca Belair for the RAW Women’s Title.

Matt Riddle is making his way to the ring for his match next. Randy Orton is not with him. He’ll take on Jimmy Uso, with Jey ringside, next.

Matt Riddle vs. Jimmy Uso

An excellent back-and-forth matchup between these two. Jey Uso was caught trying to interfere and help Jimmy get a pin. The referee sent him off and banned him from ringside, but Riddle immediately slipped in for the rollup pin and the win.

Winner: Matt Riddle

We get a backstage segment of AJ Styles and Finn Balor trying to recruit Liv Morgan to join them so they can watch each other’s backs and unite against Judgement Day. Morgan says she’ll think about it because she’s not sure.

We get a backstage Judgement Day promo with Rhea Ripley, Edge, and Damian Priest. The trio vow to take out anyone who gets in their way, while Edge welcomes anyone who wants to join them. Edge promises to welcome them with open arms. He specifically invites AJ Styles to join them.

Liv Morgan makes her way to the ring, followed by Finn Balor and AJ Styles.

AJ Styles and Finn Balor with Live Morgan vs. Los Lotharios

A solid tag match between these two teams. Styles and Balor worked well together. After a Phenomenal Forearm, Balor hit the coup de grace for the win and the three count.

Winners: AJ Styles and Finn Balor

Backstage with Kevin Owens and Alpha Academy. Gable said he has DNA results for whether or not Ezekiel is Elias or not. Owens reads the results and says the samples were contaminated by BBQ sauce. Owens says Otis was eating ribs last week, and they argue over who contaminated the samples.

Alexa Bliss vs. Sonya Deville

Deville hit a nice spinebuster and went for the pin, but the ref was distracted trying to tie up a turnbuckle that Deville had just undone. The pin was only good for two and Bliss hit a DDT for the three count and the win.

Winner: Alexa Bliss

After the match, Deville slaps the referee and begins to walk back up the ramp.

Cody Rhodes’ music hits and “The American Nightmare” makes his way to the ring. Rhodes said he has heard Rollins isn’t hear tonight. He tried moving on last week, but Rollins attacked him and said he won’t take anything from him again. Rhodes asks what it is that he took from Rollins exactly.

Rhodes said Rollins won his way to the top. Not like himself, who didn’t win, but painted his face (as Stardust) but was dead inside. But he endured. Rhodes said his biggest lesson was that, he’s never going to be “The American Dream,” so he’ll embrace the nightmare. Rhodes says Rollins’ embarrassment from losing two matches outweighs his quest for vindication.

Rhodes says that if Rollins insists on denying him his second chance, he’s going to have to kill him, and he’s going to give him the chance. Rhodes then challenges Rollins to a Hell In A Cell match. Rollins’ laugh breaks out over the speakers, and he’s on the jumbotron. Rollins says Rhodes must be stupider than he looks and calls it the biggest mistake of his life. Rollins says he already knows his answer. He accepts.

Rhodes says he’ll see Rollins in hell and the segment ends.

We get a backstage interview with Asuka. Asuka makes fun of Becky Lynch for crying, calling her a baby. Asuka says she’ll give Lynch a reason to cry.

Chad Gable with Otis and Kevin Owens vs. Ezekiel

Ezekiel is able to reverse a rollup from Gable for the three count and the win.

Winner: Ezekiel

After the match Owens and Otis storm the ring and try and catch Ezekiel, but he’s able to slip out of the ring just in time.

We get R-Truth backstage with Tamina trying to find Tozawa. R-Truth is able to deliver the divorce papers for Tamina. Dana Brooke comes up to R-Truth and also thanks her delivering her own divorce papers. R-Truth then asks for a WWE 24/7 Title match. She runs away and runs into Carmella, messing her up while she’s putting on makeup. They trade insults but Brooke runs away when R-Truth catches up to her. Carmella tells R-Truth she’ll help him get the 24/7 Title back, but when the time is right, she wants Dana Brooke.

Lacey Evans comes out to the ring and receives a decent reaction from the crowd. Evans gives a shoutout to the United States Armed Forces, and asks the crowd to stand up in respect. A brief “USA” chant breaks out. Evans then says she’s not better than any other woman in the RAW’s women’s locker room, but they’re certainly not better than her.

We get a pair of backstage interviews from Matt Riddle, and then The Usos, hyping their Tag Team Title unification match this Friday on SmackDown, and trading insults.

Bianca Belair makes her way to the ring and will be ringside for our main event between Asuka and Becky Lynch. The winner will face Belair for the RAW Women’s Title.

Asuka vs. Becky Lynch

Lynch tosses Asuka into Belair, who is ringside, and then Belair chases after her getting the ref’s attention. Lynch goes for Asuka’s umbrella as a weapon, but before she can strike, Asuka hits Lynch with green mist, a buzzsaw kick, and gets the three count.

Winner: Asuka

Bianca Belair vs. Asuka is confirmed for Hell In A Cell. Lynch cries and tries to clean her face as the show goes off air.

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