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WWE Raw Results
The build to Clash of Champions continued last night on Raw. This week promised a match between Kevin Owens & Aleister Black, and Keith Lee & Drew McIntyre going head to head. What else went down on Raw? We’ve got the full breakdown here:
- Street Profits def. Artist’s Collective
- Cedric Alexander def. Ricochet
- Asuka (c) def. Mickie James to retain the Raw Women’s Championship
- Bobby Lashley def. Erik
- Seth Rollins def. Dominik Mysterio in a Steel Cage Match
- Kevin Owens def. Aleister Black
- Riott Squad def. Lana & Natalya to earn a Women’s Tag Team Championship match
- Keith Lee vs Drew McIntyre goes to a no-contest
Also, Raw Underground ran it’s gritty contests as usual. The unusual part – the appearance of SmackDown’s Braun Strowman. He absolutely dominated in a space, and his appearance was justified by saying “anyone can show up” to Raw Underground. This is a space Strowman could thrive in, and we’ll likely see him next week against Dabba-Kato
Also, Retribution has pretty much been identified. Check the Youtube video below and see them all. Cultaholic listed all five members who can really be seen: Mia Yim, Dominik Dijakovic, Shane Thorne, Mercedes Martinez, & Dio Maddin.
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Jeff Hardy Re-signs With WWE
The enigmatic Jeff Hardy is sticking around with WWE. Hardy was speaking with BT Sport and said that he re-signed with the company. Part of Hardy re-signing is the news that he’ll get his “No More Words” theme song back once fans return to the stands. Just another reason to wish for fans to be back in
🎶 Time has come and gone for word, A thousand threats I've heard before 🎶
As soon as crowds return, so does @JEFFHARDYBRAND's No More Words 😍
"It was a part of me re-signing, I know y'all want it…" pic.twitter.com/b9TqJoGYSl
— WWE on BT Sport (@btsportwwe) September 14, 2020
AEW Announces Dynamite Seven Pass
If you’re in the Jacksonville area and want to attend a ton of Dynamite recordings, you’re in luck. AEW announced on Twitter the “Dynamite Seven” pass. The pass is good for seven tapings, starting September 23rd, and costs $175. AEW has done a good job enforcing social distancing and COVID measures in their return to having fans.
Join us this Fall with the "Dynamite Seven" Season Pass for upcoming #AEW televised live events in Sep, Oct, Nov at @dailysplace in Jacksonville, FL, beginning with the 9/23 show. Seven events for a total of $175 (plus fees) pic.twitter.com/12mVSGjoXI
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEWrestling) September 14, 2020
One for the Road:
After the passing of creator Casey Michael, Squared Circle Sirens has announced they’re ceasing operations. The site was one of the best sources of women’s wrestling news, and their impact will be remembered and sorely missed.
A message from the Squared Circle Sirens team: pic.twitter.com/dgu93rAgkZ
— squared circle sirens (@SCsirens) September 14, 2020