WWE RAW Coverage: Bronson Reed Arrives, Miz Gets His Money Back

The last RAW of 2022 was a fun one, but with no title changes and real surprises away from the return of Bronson Reed, the Red Brand ended more with a whimper than a bang.


The Street Profits: Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins w/Akira Tozawa vs. Judgement Day: Finn Balor and Damian Priest w/Rhea Ripley and Dominik Mysterio: Thanks to Tozawa, Ford got the win over Balor, but afterward, Tozawa got himself in an interesting predicament.

Rhea Ripley vs. Akira Tozawa: Ripley got the win with Riptide, although Tozawa put up a fight.

The OC: Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows w/AJ Styles and Mia Yim vs. The Alpha Academy: Chad Gable and Otis Dozovic: Magic Killer for the win, but the OC was beat up by The Bloodline after the match. Could this be the beginning of a real war?

Ladder Match: Dexter Lumis w/Johnny Gargano vs. The Miz: The returning Bronson Reed tipped the scale in Mia’s favor and allowed him to get his money back.

AJ Styles vs. Sami Zayn: This was a fun back and forth until Solo Sikoa hit Styles with The Spike on the outside and Zayn followed it up with the Blue Thunder Bomb for the win.

Becky Lynch vs. Bayley w/WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions: This was a great one that saw Damage CTLR get involved at all the right times before the referee threw them out of the match. However, it was that interference that allowed Bayley to win with The Rose Plant.

WWE Unified Tag Team Champions: Jimmy and Jey Uso vs. Kevin Owens and Seth Rollins: Solid main event with plenty of offense from the faces. Solo Sokoa got involved again, but The Good Brothers evened the odds. However, Austin Theory hit Seth Rollins with the United States Title, but that wasn’t enough as Owens still won with the Pop-Up Powerbomb.

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