WWE Raw XXX Results: Winners, Recap, Grades & Highlights

Before The Bloodline was released, Hulk Hogan and Jimmy Hart gave an introduction to the show in the RAW 30th Anniversary episode. Sami Zayn was being tried while Roman Reigns was on the mike.

Paul Heyman showed fans a video to support his claim that Sami had been working with Kevin Owens from the beginning. Sami attempted to object, but Reigns ordered Solo to use the Samoan Spike on him.

Jey Uso stepped in the way and defended Zayn by showing us his video, to the audience’s chants of “Sami Uso.” Sami will face one last test at the Royal Rumble after Reigns declared him not guilty – for the time being.

WWE RAW XXX Results: The Bloodline (c) vs. Judgment Day – Undisputed Tag Team Championship Match

Before Jimmy pushed Damian Priest outside and Dominik created a distraction before being removed from the apron, the Usos quickly gained control of the situation. Priest isolated Jimmy before placing him on the announcers’ desk with Dom.

Jimmy hit a splash on Priest when they were back in the ring, but he injured his knee and could not continue, so Sami Zayn replaced him in the bout. In the round, Sami executed an exploder suplex after getting riled up.

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Before Dominik tries for the 619 but takes a superkick from Jey, Ripley causes a distraction and lets Priest apply the South of Heaven to Sami. Another diversion from Rhea nearly resulted in a fall, but Sami stopped it.

Before Sami went in for the first round and took the victory, Jey delivered another superkick on Dom.

Result: The Bloodline def. Judgment Day

Grade: B

Backstage, we observed Ron Simmons, Godfather, and JBL as Baron Cornin entered the poker club covertly.

The next competitor, LA Knight, insulted Bray Wyatt before requesting a match with one of the legends. We heard the Undertaker’s entrance song as he pedaled to the ring in the still-quiet arena, just as LA was ready to start talking again.

LA cracked jokes while feeling uneasy before retracing his steps. When Bray Wyatt emerged, Taker shoved Knight in his direction, and Bray attacked him with Sister Abigail. Before Taker walked away, Wyatt and Taker locked eyes.

As RAW proceeded, DDP made a significant gain at the poker table.

The ramp attack on Becky Lynch by Dakota Kai and IYO SKY happened as she left for a match. They beat her up after dragging her into the steel cage and posed in the cell.

The following segment on RAW featured D-Generation X, who Road Dogg introduced before Kurt Angle appeared and declared that he had always wanted to be a part of DX. Before Triple H could explain what the test was, Imperium entered the ring. He then declared that they had a trial.

The veterans declined Imperium’s challenge to battle them, claiming they were all too old or retired. Before Kurt said, he would serve as the guest referee, Seth Rollins and the Street Profits appeared to accept the challenge. Teddy Long then seemed to make it official.

RAW XXX: Imperium vs. Seth Rollins & The Street Profits

Rollins and Vinci Jerry Lawler joined the commentary team during the match’s opening moments. Ford entered off the tag and used a dropkick to gain the upper hand before Vinci clotheslined him to the ground.

The Profits managed to get double ankle locks during a break, but Gunther broke it up and attacked Angle for being unfair. Gunther dropped a powerbomb on Rollins but defeated him with the Angle Slam.

Rollins hit a pedigree on Gunther as The Profits retaliated with a top rope bombshell. Before Rollins entered with the finisher on Vinci to secure the victory, The Profits combined a Spinebuster and Frog Splash move.

Result: Seth Rollins & The Street Profits def. Imperium

Grade: B

Before RAW XXX continued, we observed Ron Simmons and Ted Biase playing poker backstage.

The next speaker was Ric Flair, who thanked the audience for its years of event support. Before Ric Flair left the stage, he introduced Charlotte, who then entered. Before Bianca Belair left, Charlotte declared that RAW would always be her home.

Charlotte suggested a match between Deville and Bianca when Sonya Deville came out to make fun of them. They both agreed, and we soon made our way to the game.

RAW XXX: Bianca Belair vs. Sonya Deville

Early on, Bianca had the upper hand, but Deville grabbed her by the hair, threw her into the corner, and then threw her outdoors. Bianca hit a KOD off a counter and won the match in a flash after a break on RAW.

Result: Bianca Belair def. Sonya Deville

Bianca admitted that she was still thinking about Alexa Bliss after the match. When Bliss appeared on the Titantron, she declared that she could defeat Bianca in the Rumble without the help of Uncle Howdy or Bray Wyatt.

Grade: C

Next, The Miz came out and questioned why he wasn’t given a part for tonight. KO approached from behind and stunned him, killing him. Roman had been guilty of holding the titles hostage for two years, according to Owens, but at the Rumble, he would be stripped of them.

Before RAW continued, Miz returned and received another surprise as Owens was about to leave.

RAW XXX: Austin Theory (c) vs. Bobby Lashley – NO DQ Match for the United States Title

Lashley sent the champion outside before sending him into the barriers. After a break, Theory received some great suplexes on RAW, but Lashley was kicked out. Lashley gave Theory a steel chair but told him to go back outside.

Though Theory managed to escape the Hurt Lock that Lashley had applied before spraying Lashley with a fire extinguisher and launching him down the steel steps, Theory was knocked into a chair in the corner.

Lashley dispatched Theory via one of the tables after they had been brought in. After entering the ring, Brock Lesnar attacked Lashley with an F5. Then he struck Theory with another F5, knocking him over and pinning him!

Result: Austin Theory def. Bobby Lashley – to retain the United States Title.

Grade: B+

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