WWE Monday Night RAW Results for September 20, 2021

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We get a recap of Big E winning the WWE Title last week.

Out comes the reunited New Day. Big E is here to give thanks even though it’s not Thanksgiving, and thanks to all of us who chanted New Day rocks, and those who once chanted New Day sucks, everyone who saw him climb and grab the MITB briefcase and finally win the title, and once especially incredible friend above. But the celebration a little short because they have to deal with The Usos and the Universal Champion Roman Reigns.

Tonight, New Day sends the Bloodline packing because New Day rocks. Out comes The Bloodline.

The New Day vs. The Bloodline 

Bobby Lashley came out and attacked everyone in sight. For some reason the match ain’t thrown out and continues. Roman spears Woods off a dire action for the win.


Winners: The Bloodline


After the match, Lashley continues his assault with a spear on Roman in the ring and a spear on Big E through the barricade.

Backstage, Big E finds Adam and Sonya. Bobby says he’s not done with Big E and RAW is about him. Put him in a match against Big E or Roman any day of the week and he’d win no problem. He’s not done with Big E and The Almighty Era never stops.

Orton is backstage listening on his headphones while Riddle is talking about the draft and talks about what his spirit animal would be if he’s the viper. Maybe he’s a mongoose. Orton asks if he’s confusing a movie with real life. He asks Riddle to distract Omos with his life stories while he does his best to break a few of AJ’s ribs. He also thanks Riddle for the headphones while Riddle sings Orton’s theme song.


Doudrop vs. Eva Marie 

Before the match, Eva Marie says to look at her and to look at herself. She’s put together while she’s a mess. A gurl like Doudrop can never beat a girl like herself.


Sure enough, Doudrop wins with a running splash.

Winner: Doudrop 

Big E is backstage and says he wants Bobby and Roman tonight and to make it happen.

Out comes Orton for his match.

Paul Heyman is backstage and berates Bobby and Big E for their complaints to him. He carries a message from Roman. Sonya says there’s gonna be a triple threat match between Roman Reigns, Big E and Bobby and to tell Roman it’s official and Heyman says he will.


Randy Orton vs. AJ Styles

Orton wins with the RKO.

Winner: Randy Orton

A video recapping the Baszler/Nia breakup.


Shayna Baszler vs. Nia Jax

Baszler wins with the Kirifuda Clutch.

Winner: Shayna Baszler 

After the match, Baszler assaults Nia and traps her elbow in the steel steps. Baszler kicks her arm in twice and then dislocated her arm with a stomp. Nia wails in agony.


Mustafa Ali and Mansoor vs. Humberto Carrillo and Angel Garza

Carrillo and Humberto win when Humberto locks in a submission while Garza it’s a flying front dropkick.

Winners: Humberto Carrillo and Angel Garza 

Karrion Kross vignette.

Out comes Nikki A.S.H and Rhea Ripley. They promote Connor’s Cure in pediatric cancer.

Natalya (C) and Tamina (C) vs. Rhea Ripley and Nikki A.S.H – WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships

Rhea and Nikki win the titles when Rhea hits a riptide on Tamina on the outside and Nikki reverses a sharpshooter into an inside cradle.

Winners: Nikki A.S.H and Rhea Ripley

Recap of Alexa and Charlotte.

We are back to Alexa’s Playground where Bliss talks about short sleeves and girl’s night. She notices Charlie’s absence. That’s fine, though, because Alexa brought her. She doesn’t want Charlie, though. Charlotte wants the old Alexa Bliss. The Mean Girl. She can fool everyone, but can’t fool Charlotte. All of this is a pathetic attempt to hide how fragile and delicate Alexa really is. Bliss is broken. She used to walk to this ring with a title, now she has a doll. The doll is more popular than Bliss. She finds her mind games to be a joke. How did she go from main eventing WM 35 to RAW, playing with dolls. She doesn’t pretend to be something she is not. She is the real deal. She has beaten everyone, and will beat a grown ass woman that dresses like a little kid.

This is a desperate cry for help, so she’ll make it her job to beat the sense back into Bliss. Should she do this tonight, or this Sunday.

Bliss says we get it, Charlotte is the best, the champ, in her own league, does she not get sick and tired of hearing it? We get it. Yes, she has won more titles than anyone, but she also lost more than any other woman. Since we are getting personal, which she loves, lets ask Charlotte something. Without a title, who is Charlotte Flair? Nobody knows because even Charlotte doesn’t know. If she has no belt, she doesn’t have anything. Nothing. Let’s be honest – Bliss doesn’t need to play mind gmaes to expose her insecurities – they are right on her forehead. Charlotte is terrified of the belt moving on without her. What would she do if she didn’t have a title? What would she say? It’s not even originally hers.

Charlotte: “Let’s not talk about originality.”

Bliss gave Charlotte Charlie as a pity gift, because she pities her. Because even a narcissistic, self-centered bitch deserves happiness. Call her crazy, she doesn’t care, she knows who she is. She doesn’t need to desparately graps at titles to stay relevant. Yes, tonight, call her crazy, but at Extreme Rules

Charlotte laughs this off and mocks Bliss, wondering who she is without the title. Good for Bliss, she’ll never find out.

Charlotte shoves Bliss. Bliss smiles, then launches herself at Charlotte. Charlotte rmeoves the belt and shoes. Big Boot to Bliss.

Charlotte grabs Charlie and rips her head off, then goes for Lily. Bliss attacks her, hitting a DDT to Charlotte, then grabs Lily.

Backstage, Drake Maverick goes over Operation 24/7, which incorporates a net.

Jeff Hardy vs. Sheamus – If Jeff Wins, US Title Match At Extreme Rules Becomes Triple Threat

Jeff wins with a sunset roll up for the win.

Winner: Jeff Hardy

Sheamus goes ringside after the match and blames Damian and attacks him while Damian responds. The two brawl as officials try and break it up. Damian sends Sheamus out the ring with a clothesline.

Roman Reigns vs. Big E vs. Bobby Lashley

Lashley mercilessly attacks Big E with a chair, but Roman spears him from behind for the win.

Winner: Roman Reigns 

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