WWE RAW Results: Corbin Makes His Own Rules

A beefy card did little to make RAW anything more than mediocre. While watching Drake Maverick urinate on Bobby Roode’s robe was cool and Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins continue to kill it, there isn’t enough quality on the show.


Bobby Lashley w/Lio Rush, Drew McIntyre and Baron Corbin vs. Elias Sampson: Sampson initially won via DQ after Rush got involved, but Corbin made the match a no DQ and Lashley won with a Spear on the outside, before Lashley Rush, McIntyre and Corbin all beat on Elias.

Lucha House Party: Kalisto, Lince Dorado and Gran Metalik vs. The Revival: Dash Wilder and Scott Dawson: Just like last time, the House Party was speedy and quick to tag and nailed Dawson with the Salida Del Sole, the Walking Rope Senton and a Lince Dorado Shooting Star Press.

RAW Tag Team Champions: The Authors of Pain: Akam and Cezar w/Drake Maverick vs. Bobby Roode and Chad Gable: AOP won with the Neckbreaker/Powerbomb combination after Maverick stole Roode’s robe and peed on it in the bathroom backstage.

Ember Moon w/Curt Hawkins vs. Alicia Fox w/Jinder Mahal and the Singh Brothers: Moon won with the Eclipse is a short and passable match.

Jinder Mahal w/the Singh Brothers vs. No Way Jose: Mahal won with the Khallas in a statement match.

Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins vs. Dolph Ziggler: Best match of the night as the contest was full of reversals, counters, near-falls and drama. Just when Ziggler looked like he had the match in his favor, Rollins hit the Superplex/Falcon Arrow combination for the win

Finn Balor vs. Baron Corbin: Balor was on the verge of winning until Corbin announced that the match was now a handicap encounter and Drew McIntyre was his partner. McIntyre wasted no time finishing off Balor with the Claymore for the win. Soon enough, Lashley and Lio Rush joined the ring to continue the beatdown.

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