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WWE Raw Results: Imperium Invades

Raw aired Monday night after being taped on Friday in Manchester, England. The show continued the theme of NXT invasion, and revealed Raw’s Men’s Survivor Series team. Full results from the show include:

  • The Kabuki Warriors def. Becky Lynch & Charlotte
  • Drew McIntyre def. Sin Cara
  • R-Truth versus the Singh Brothers goes to a no-contest
  • Seth Rollins def. WALTER by disqualification
  • Rollins, Street Profits & Kevin Owens def. Imperium
  • Andrade def. Cedric Alexander
  • Erick Rowan def. Soner Dursun
  • The Viking Raiders def. South Wales Subculture
  • Humberto Carillo, Randy Orton & Ricochet def. The O.C.

Raw Takeaways

Bayley strikes back! She has been the weakest-presented one of the three Women’s champs, so it is smart to have her get a measure of revenge on Raw.

The Lana-Rusev-Lashley angle now involves a pregnancy. Oof. All three of these stas deserve a coherent storyline and this is not it.

Rowan now has something in a cage with a sack over it that he brings to the ring. Remember when he was a savant after first breaking off from the Wyatt Family? They’re doing more weird stuff with him now.

The Raw Men’s Survivor Series team is stacked, but Randy Orton is totally going to RKO Ricochet again.

WWE announced some more Survivor Series matchups, keeping with the theme of Raw vs SmackDown vs NXT:

Sin Cara Requests Release From WWE

Another WWE Superstar has asked for his release. Sin Cara took to Twitter to request his release in a statement in Spanish. Below is the English version:

This version of Sin Cara has been with WWE since 2009. He has also wrestled as Hunico for WWE. According to PWInsider,  Sin Cara has 3 years left on his contract and will not be granted his release. He joins Luke Harper and Mike Kanellis as WWE wrestlers who have asked for their release without it being granted.

Steve Austin’s New WWE Show Revealed

Oh hell yeah! Stone Cold is coming back to the WWE Network with a show called “Broken Skull Sessions”. His first guest will be the Undertaker in a rare, out-of-kayfabe sit-down interview. The show was confirmed by Variety and WWE, but was first broken by the WrestleVotes Twitter account.


WWE Reports Wrestlemania 35 City Earnings

Wrestlemania made some bank for New York-New Jersey. According to the New York Post, the event generated $165 million in economic impact for the area. This is an increase over Wrestlemania 29, which generated a little over $100 million. Wrestlemania and all the attached bells and whistles continues to be a big money maker.

One for the Road

A great interview with Montez Ford about his drive to be a Marine to celebrate Veterans Day yesterday.

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