WWE RAW Coverage: Lesnar Spoils the Show For Lashley

Lots of fan service and a few big matches made sure RAW XXX was anything but passable and more than set up what is going to be a special Royal Rumble.

Between the opening Bloodline segment and the in-ring work, this was a special week of RAW.

Matches:

WWE Unified Tag Team Champions: Jimmy and Jey Uso w/Sami Zayn vs. Judgement Day: Dominik Mysterio and Damian Priest w/Finn Balor and Rhea Ripley: Jimmy was “hurt” during the match and Adam Pearce was forced to make the Usos forfeit the titles, but Zayn jumped in and took his place and restart the match. Zayn kicked out of South of Heaven and Jey tagged in, but Ripley got involved allowing Mysterio to hit the 619 and Frog Splash, but Uso and Zayn combined for the 1D for the win.

Becky Lynch vs. Bayley w/Women’s Tag Team Champions Iyo Sky and Dakota Kai: The match never started as Damage CTRL beat on Lynch before the bell could be rung.

The Street Profits: Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins and Seth Rollins vs. Imperium: Intercontinental Champion Gunther, Ludvig Kaiser and Giovanni Vinci: Rollins won with the Stomp, but it was a fun back and forth between both teams.

RAW Women’s Champion Bianca Belair vs. Sonya Deville: After Charlotte Flair gave Belair an opportunity, the EST made the most of it and won with the KOD.

United States Champion Austin Theory vs. Bobby Lashley: These two beat on one another until Brock Lesnar hit the both with the F-5, allowing Theory to retain.

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