WWE RAW Coverage: Lashley Ready For Lesnar

With a new WWE Champion in Brock Lesnar, RAW should have been fresher and fun. But with a slew of short and sloppy matches, the Red Brand failed to capitalize on any of their Day One momentum. While the thought of a Bobby Lashley/Brock Lesnar match is amazing, the rest of the show is mega weak.

Matches:

WWE RAW Tag Team Champions RK-Bro: Randy Orton and Riddle vs. Alpha Academy: Chad Gable and Otis Dozovic: Otis got a massive win, counting the RKO for the victory.

Tamina and Akira Tozawa vs. Reggie and 24/7 Champion Dana Brooke: Reggie got the win in a quick segment.

WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions: Queen Zelina and Carmella vs. Rhea Ripley and Nikki ASH: Zelina Rolled Up ASH to retain the titles in another attempt to make Nikki look like the weak link.

The Street Profits: Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins vs. Apollo Crews and Commander Azeez: This should have been longer. Ford got the win with the Frog Splash.

United States Champion Damian Priest vs. Dolph Ziggler: Ziggler made Priest look great and Priest blocked The Super Kick and won with Reckoning.

Omos vs. AJ Styles: The Phenomenal One absolutely put Omos over, who won with the Two Handed Chokeslam.

Winner Gets WWE Title Shot: Kevin Owens vs. Bobby Lashley vs. Seth Rollins vs. Big E.: This was an awesome main event that saw Lashley get the win after a Spear on all of his opponents.

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