What Happened After RAW went off the air?

WWE Monday Night RAW Results for May 23, 2022

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Matt Riddle opens up tonight’s Monday Night RAW with a promo – alone. Riddle says he’s out here with a heavy heart tonight. Randy Orton is his best friend, his mentor, his dude – his bro. He added the last couple of years have been hard for Randy, even the last couple of months. He reveals Orton has been dealing with back issues for so long.

He knew despite this, Orton wouldn’t let him down because he knew how much it meant to him, and how much it meant to the fans. Riddle then rips into Roman Reigns and The Usos for their cheating ways this past weekend. Riddle promises to get his vengeance on The Bloodline. Riddle thanks Orton for everything he’s done for him, and says he knows he’s watching at home, and that he loves him.

But to be honest, I don’t know what the future holds for RK-Bro. He doesn’t know if RK-Bro will ever be a thing again. Riddle asks for everyone to get on their feet, because he knows Orton is watching, and chant “RK-Bro,” and the crowd follows along to close the segment.

Matt Riddle & The Street Profits vs. The Usos & Sami Zayn

A very exciting matchup between the six men, but Riddle was able to nail Zayn with the RKO for the victory in the end.


Winners: Matt Riddle and The Street Profits


Bobby Lashley is out next for his Almighty Challenge for Omos. He hypes up his win over Omos inside a Steel Cage last week. Lashley said he’s not surprised that he heard he and Omos will be competing against each other again at Hell In A Cell. Lashley calls out Omos and MVP, who soon come out and answer the call.

Lashley and Omos bicker back-and-forth. Lashley says he wants a match tonight, and the winner will pick the stipulation for he and Omos’ match at Hell In A Cell. However, Lashley’s opponent for tonight will be MVP. MVP accepts the challenge, and Omos makes his way down to the ring with MVP.

Lashley takes out MVP from the ring apron, and both MVP and Omos retreat.


The Judgement Day are out to the ring now.


We get a backstage segment with Becky Lynch and Adam Pierce. Lynch said Asuka cheated in their match last week. Pierce said the fair thing to do since both women attempted to and did cheat last week is to have them have a rematch. If Lynch wins she’ll be added to the match at Hell In A Cell against Bianca Belair, making it a Triple Threat.

We’re back with Judgement Day. Priest orders the audience to rise and show the proper respect to the Judgement day. Priest says he and Rhea Ripley are different, and Edge was the only one to see it. If they hadn’t, they’d still be sheep like them. Rhea Ripley then takes the chance to bash Liv Morgan, saying she uses her heart more than her head. Ripley again invites Morgan to join The Judgement Day.

Edge says The Judgement Day is truth. A truth in front of everyone’s faces, but they’re too afraid to see it. Edge then teases – who is going to be next to join The Judgement Day?

Mixed Tag Team Match: AJ Styles and Liv Morgan vs. Damian Priest and Rhea Ripley

Edge interfered towards the end, stopping Morgan from hitting Oblivion, instead slamming herself. Ripley then got the rollup for the win.

Winners: Damian Priest and Rhea Ripley

We get a backstage interview with The Miz, hyping up his main event matchup with Cody Rhodes later tonight.


WWE Hall Of Famer Jerry “The King” Lawler is out for his “King’s Court” segment with Veer. Veer comes out and is silent for the first few of Lawler’s questions, but grows angry with his jokes. Veer gets on the mic and says he’s done playing around, and nearly attacks Lawler before The Mysterios hit the ring for the save. The Mysterios send Veer retreating to end the segment.

Alexa Bliss is interviewed backstage to hype up her match with Nikki Cross, which is up next.

Alexa Bliss vs. Nikki Cross

Bliss was able to hit Twisted Bliss on Cross for the finish after a short match.


Winner: Alexa Bliss

Seth Rollins is interviewed backstage, discussing his acceptance of Cody Rhodes’ challenge to Hell In A Cell, and also poking fun at the “Countdown To Cody” timer from last week.

Cody Rhodes vs. The Miz

The match is interrupted by Seth Rollins, who attacks Rhodes and beats him down with Rhodes’ own belt. Rhodes is left lying ringside with marks on his back after the whipping.


Winner via disqualification: Cody Rhodes

Ezekiel vs. Chad Gable

Kevin Owens tries to interfere, but the referee stops him before he can get too involved. Ezekiel then capitalizes and gets Gable for the rollup and the win.

Winner: Ezekiel

After the match, Owens gets on the mic and says he’s tired of this whole situation, and officially challenges Ezekiel to a match at Hell In A Cell. Ezekiel seemingly accepts.

Bobby Lashley is out for his match with MVP.

Bobby Lashley vs. MVP

During the match, Omos got involved and distracted Lashley outside the ring. Lashley beat Omos and knocked him over the barricade, and was counted out for the loss.

Winner: MVP

MVP will now decide the stipulation for Bobby Lashley vs. Omos at Hell In A Cell. After the match, Lashley puts MVP in the Hurt Lock and celebrates.

Becky Lynch vs. Asuka (If Lynch wins, she joins the RAW Women’s Title Match at Hell In A Cell)

During the match, outside the ring, Asuka missed a kick that nailed Belair, who was ringside, instead of Lynch. Asuka tried to get back into the ring before the 10 count, and made it, only to be rolled up by Lynch for the three count and the win.

Winner: Becky Lynch

Lynch now joins the RAW Women’s Title match at Hell In A Cell with Asuka and Belair. Lynch celebrates as the broadcast goes off-air.

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