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WWE Raw Results
Raw was live once again from the WWE Thunderdome at the Amway Center in Orlando last night. The night saw a big return as Drew McIntyre came back and Claymored challenger Randy Orton. It also saw a big turn, as Cedric Alexander turned heel on his tag partners and became the newest member of the Hurt Business. What else happened on Raw? Here are the results:
- Hurt Business def. Cedric Alexander, Ricochet & Apollo Crews
- Street Profits def. Andrade & Angel Garza
- Peyton Royce def. Billie Kay
- Asuka & Mickie James def. Lana & Natalya
- Hurt Business def. Viking Raiders, Ricochet & Apollo Crews
- Randy Orton def. Keith Lee by disqualification
- Riott Squad def. Shayna Baszler
- Nia Jax vs Riott Squad goes to a no contest
- Dominik Mysterio def. Buddy Murphy in a Street Fight
Retribution actually spoke! It’s exactly what we thought they’d be about – they’ve been overlooked for too long. This angle seemingly started with no real end goal, which is part for the course for WWE. I don’t think they know how it will end, but it’s exciting that they actually talk now.
— WWE (@WWE) September 8, 2020
Matt Hardy Released From Hospital
At All Out, Matt Hardy took a nasty bump off of a lift onto a table & concrete floor and suffered what many thought was a concussion. In the aftermath, his wife Reby Hardy was not happy on Twitter. On Monday, AEW CEO Tony Khan gave an update to Matt’s status. While it’s glad to see that he’s okay, it is still fair to be critical of how AEW handled the situation by having Matt finish the match.
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An update on Matt Hardy: it’s great news! Matt’s ok, we sent him to the hospital as a precaution & he’s passed the MRI + CT scans, he doesn’t have a concussion, and he’s being driven home now. Matt will be at Dynamite on Wednesday night to thank you amazing fans for your support!
— Tony Khan (@TonyKhan) September 6, 2020
ROH Pure Title Tournament Bracket Revealed
Ring of Honor has announced their bracket for the Pure Title Tournament. The tournament will be fought under modified rules, which you can check out here on Fightful. Here are the eight first round matches:
- Jay Lethal vs Dalton Castle
- David Finlay vs Rocky Romero
- Silas Young vs Fred Yehi
- Tracy Williams vs Rust Taylor
- Jonathan Gresham vs Wheeler Yuta
- Delirious vs Matt Sydal
- Josh Woods vs Kenny King
- PJ Black vs Tony Deppen
One for the Road:
AJ Gray announced this match for GCW For The Culture on October 9th. I am extremely hyped to see 2 Cold Scorpio in the ring.
First time ever.@ARealFoxx vs 2 Cold Scorpio
— Aj Gray (@RichHomieJuice) September 7, 2020