WWE RAW Coverage: Super Slow Before the Super Showdown

Most of the Super Showdown set up this week on RAW happened outside of the in-ring action, as Brock Lesnar and Samoa Joe made clear statements heading into the event. Away from that and another drawn out Undertaker appearance, this was another mediocre week of RAW action.

Matches:

Jimmy and Jey Uso and Roman Reigns vs. The Revival: Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder and Drew McIntyre w/Shane McMahon: McIntyre won with he Claymore and then The Revival hit Reigns with The Shatter Machine, thanks to help from McMahon.

Charlotte Flair vs. Lacey Evans: Becky Lynch got this thrown out as she got involved.

Arm Wrestling Match: Braun Strowman vs. Bobby Lashley: Strowman won the Exhibition, but Lashley got the last laugh in the end, nailing Strowman with the Running Powerslam.

Nikki Cross w/Alexa Bliss vs. WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion Peyton Royce w/Billie Kay: The arrogance of Kay and Royce cost them as Cross took advantage of an opportunity and won with the modified Three-Handled Credenza.

Ricochet vs. Cesaro: After a slew of near-falls and counters, Ricochet won with he pinning combination, but Cesaro took his frustration out on The One and Only After the bell. R-Truth apparently was under the ring and then the mid-card attacked him.

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