WWE RAW Coverage: The Miz Triumphs Thanks to Wyatt and Joe

While none of the matches on this week’s episode of RAW sparkled, the beginning of several new feuds and plenty of in-ring action could be the start of something special on the Red Brand.

Matches:

Eight-Woman Tag: RAW Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss, Emma, Nia Jax and Alicia Fox vs. Bailey, Sasha Banks, Mickie James and Dana Brooke: A decent back and forth that saw Bliss get the win on Bailey after a rake to the eyes and a DDT.

Enzo Amore w/Big Cass vs. Luke Gallows w/Karl Anderson: After Anderson and Cast got involved, Gallows won with the Flapjack.

Jack Gallagher, Rich Swann and Akira Tozawa vs. Noam Dar, Brian Kendrick and Tony Nese: A quick but effective cruiserweight match that saw Gallagher get the win on Kendrick.

Heath Slater w/Rhyno vs. Apollo Crews w/Titus O’Neil: Crews got the clean win with the Powerbomb variation.

Austin Aries vs. TJ Perkins: Aries got the win with the Last Chancery, but TJP beat on Aries after the bell with the Knee Lock.

Intercontinental Shot Match: The Miz w/Maryse vs. Finn Balor vs. Seth Rollins: This was a war that all three competitors could have won at various points. Towards the end, it appeared Rollins would be the victor, but he couldn’t put away Balor or The Miz. After Samoa Joe got involved, Rollins was out of the equation as well, but when Balor appeared ready to win, Bray Wyatt hit the ring and took out Balor and Mix, but Mix was able to get the win.

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