WWE RAW Coverage: Joe Says Goodbye, For Now, Ambrose Goes Full Heel

Roman Reigns’ Leukemia announcement sent shockwaves through RAW this week, making it almost impossible to focus on the rest of the show. Dean Ambrose’s heel turn was an even bigger shocker, as the Lunatic and Rollins must work together as the new RAW Tag Team Champions.

Matches:

Bobby Lashley w/Lio Rush vs. Finn Balor: Lashley dominated, but Balor won with a surprise Rollup on a counter of the Dominator to steal the win.

Sasha Banks w/Natalya Neidhart and Bayley vs. Ruby Riott w/Sarah Logan and Liv Morgan: Banks dominated, but couldn’t lock in the Bank Statement, which gave Riott an opportunity to get the win with the Riott Kick.

Apollo Crews vs. Elias Sampson: Crews was tough, but Sampson won with the Knee and Drift Away.

Fatal Four Way: Ember Moon vs. Nia Jax vs. Dana Brooke vs. Tamina Snuka: Moon got the win with the Eclipse on Jax.

WWE RAW Tag Team Champions Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre vs. Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose: Rollins and Ambrose were on fire, but Ziggler and McIntyre were up to the task. With the referee knocked out, Braun Strowman hit the ring and took out McIntyre, leaving Ziggler alone so Ambrose and Rollins could clean up and win the RAW Tag Team Titles. After the match, however, Ambrose took out Rollins with the Dirty Deeds and then again on the concrete.

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