WWE Monday Night RAW Results (12/6/2021)

WWE Monday Night Raw Results From FedEx Forum In Memphis, TN. (12/6/2021)

The road to the WWE Day 1 pay-per-view continues this evening, as Monday Night Raw returns to the FedEx Forum in Memphis, Tennessee.

On tap for tonight’s red brand program on the USA Network at 8/7c is Becky Lynch vs. Liv Morgan in one-on-one action with the Raw Women’s Championship on-the-line, as well as Kevin Owens vs. Big E. in a Steel Cage Match, the return of Miz TV with special guest Edge and more.

Featured below are complete WWE Monday Night Raw results from December 6, 2021 written by: Jamie Rush. Didja miss me?

WWE MONDAY NIGHT RAW RESULTS (12/6/2021)

Kevin Owens video recap opens the December 6, 2021 edition of WWE Monday Night RAW. We see the recap of Kevin Owens attacking Seth Rollins at ringside, Rollins then jumps in to attack Owens before stomping Big E. Owens winning by DQ and an irate Rollins throwing a tantrum inside the ring as Owens celebrates.

Backstage

“Welcome everybody to Monday Night Rollins!” Rollins begins backstage before making note of Kevin Owens vs. Big E in a steel cage match, just moments away!

We flash to the arena where the cage is setting up around the ring. Rollins states he will again be able to claim his rightful place as WWE Champion before telling us to enjoy the show.

Next we see Big E who states he’s been through hell and back.E continues on to state tonight is no different, except tonight there is no “easy way out” or “shortcut home” as they will be in the steel cage. “You got to feel that… sucka!”

Inside The Arena

We are officially welcomed to the arena in Memphis, TN by the commentary team as the entrance theme for Big E sounds and he makes his way to the stage, hyped up for tonight’s match!

Next we flash backstage where we see Kevin Owens as he begins, “For weeks, months, Big E has been calling me a liar. But he’s the liar, earlier he kept talking about ‘his’ WWE Championship, but it’s MINE. He’s just been holding it for me.” Owens continues on to state that tonight he is going to punish Big E, and that, is no lie.

Steel Cage Match
Big E vs. Kevin Owens

Big E already in the ring following his entrance, he hypes up as the entrance theme for Kevin Owens sounds in the arena. The announcer states the conditions of the match reminding fans that the only way to win tonight is by pin-fall, submission, or escaping the cage. Owens makes his way to the ring, joining Big E. Owens circles the ring with his hands held high, Big E puts his championship belt down. The referee signals for the bell. The bell rings and the first match of the evening is officially underway!

Big E with some heavy right hands to start things off. Owens makes a dash for the steel cage door to no avail as Big E catches him. Owens continues to try and find a quick exit from the ring. Big E stopping him at each attempt. Big E continues to keep control early on in this match up as there is nowhere to run.

Owens climbs the ropes but Big E knocks him down. Next we see Big E sending heavy blows at Owens who is stuck against the cage wall. Big E repeats the same move again. Owens finally able to knock Big E back and Owens takes advantage of this moment as he starts scaling the cage. Big E attempts to follow after Owens who lands an Elbow to Big E, knocking him back to the canvas. Back inside the ring, Big E takes control again as he sends Owens into the steel cage multiple times until Owens lands a strike and bounces him off the steel and onto the canvas inside the ring.

At this point, we head to our first commercial break of the evening!

We return from the first commercial break of tonight’s December 6, 2021 edition of WWE Monday Night RAW as we return to the steel cage surrounding the ring where Big E and Kevin Owens are still going back and forth with the action.

At this point we see Kevin Owens looking to take control as he lands a few good punches on Big E before once again attempting to climb the ropes. Big E makes his way back to his feet and tries to grab Owens. Owens turns the tables as he hits a moonsault on Big E for the cover. E is able to kick out at the two and the match continues. At this point we see Big E make his way across the ring for the door, to no avail as Owens grabs him and smacks his head against the cage a few times. Both men wind-up on the top rope and Owens knocks Big E down, then starts climbing the steel cage once again.

Next we see Big E make his way back to his feet as he grabs Owens who then turns around to hit a sunset flip bomb for a near-fall on Big E. More back and forth action between Big E and Kevin Owens until Owens successfully applies a Boston crab to Big E due to the fact there are no rope breaks inside the steel cage, Big E slowly but surely crawls towards the cage door in an attempt to try and escape. Owens let’s go and struggles to keep Big E inside until Seth Rollins runs over and slams the door into his face!

On that note, we head to commercial break once again!

As we once again return from the commercial break, we return to the steel cage surrounding the ring where we see Kevin Owens at the top of the cage as Seth Rollins hypes the match from ringside. Big E meets Owens at the top turnbuckle, stopping Owens from continuing his way out of the ring. Owens goes after the eyes of Big E before a Frog Splash from Owens onto Big E for a near-fall. Big E kicking out at the two count! The match continues on as both men struggle to make their way back to their feet.

Owens is back to a standing position as Big E leans against the turnbuckles in the corner of the ring. Big E quickly to his feet as Owens runs full force at him. This time Big E goes for the cover. The crowd begins a “You! Can! Not!” chant! Rollins talks to the commentary team on the outside of the ring. Owens gets to the top or the cage and one leg over, but Big E jumps up and quickly drags Owens back inside.

Finally Big E hoists Owens up on his shoulder and manages to hit the Big Ending! Rather than go for the pin-fall, Big E starts crawling towards the door to escape but Owens grabs his legs. Big E kicks him in the face a few times and crawls out of the cage to successfully win the match!

Winner: Big E

After the Match

Immediately following the match, Big E’s celebration is cut short as Seth Rollins blindsides Big E, taking him down from behind before delivering several stomps and blows to the body of Big E. Big E is laid out on the outside of the ring. Rollins makes his way into the ring and begins to attack Kevin Owens on the inside of the ring! The crowd boo’s. Big E out of nowhere with the Belly to Belly Suplex on Rollins, then a Big Ending for Kevin Owens before Big E celebrates his victory, holding his title high inside the ring!

At this point, we head to commercial break. Announcer’s Table

As we return from the commercial break, we head to the announcer’s table where we get a recap of the first match-up of the evening from the commentary team. We see that Kevin Owens, Big E and Seth Rollins are all laid out at the ring as we see a clip showing that during the break, Bobby Lashley quickly made his way down to the ring and attacked all three men on his own.

Next the announcers give a quick run down for tonight’s edition of WWE Monday Night RAW.

Queen Zelina (w/ Carmella) vs. Nikki A.S.H (w/ Rhea Ripley)

As we prepare for the next match up of the evening, we get the entrance first for Queen Zelina who is accompanied by Carmella as they make their way down the ramp and into the ring. Immediately we hear fans as they begin to boo. An annoyed Vega responds asking if they would rather cheer for a “loser” like Nikki A.S.H. Zelina then adds that she plans to put Nikki A.S.H. in her rightful place tonight.

Out next, “Almost a super hero… Nikki A.S.H.” makes her way to the ring, accompanied by Rhea Ripley. Nikki A.S.H. quickly makes her way down the ramp and jumps into the ring. Ripley stands in Nikki A.S.H.’s corner as the referee signals for the bell to begin the second match up of the evening. The bell rings and the match begins. Vega goes at Nikki A.S.H. immediately to begin the match. Next she slams Nikki’s head against the canvas by the ropes directly in front of Ripley who is watching from ringside.

We get some back and forth action at this point, we see Nikki A.S.H. successfully roll Zelina up for a two-count. Both women make their way back to their feet and Zelina takes control as she whips Nikki A.S.H. into the corner. Nikki avoids slamming into the turnbuckle as she jumps over her, then hits a clothesline and a bulldog. At this point Zelina tips Nikki over and pins her with feet on the ropes but the referee catches it and the match continues.

Finally, Nikki A.S.H. lands a neckbreaker and attempts a flying crossbody to no avail. Zelina takes advantage and immediately counters as she hits Code Red for the three count pin and win.

Winner: Queen Zelina

Backstage – Matt Riddle and Randy Orton

We head backstage where we see Matt Riddle and Randy Orton of RK-Bro as they are having a back and forth discussion. Riddle talks about their #1 contender’s tournament they’ve set up before the two begin to argue back and forth about whether or not Orton will wear the brown blazer that Riddle brought for his bro tonight. Eventually a reluctant Orton allows Riddle to put it on him.

RK-Bro make their entrance and we go to break.

Backstage – Nikki A.S.H. and Rhea Ripley

As we return from commercial break, we see both Rhea Ripley and Nikki ASH are walking backstage when an autograph-seeker approaches them. Nikki graciously agrees but it turns out the lady wanted Jerry “the King” Lawler’s autograph. He signs for her and offers Nikki one too but ASH turns him down and leaves.

Inset Promo – Street Profits

The Street Profits say they’re gonna win the tournament and become #1 contenders before reminding fans that they want the smoke!

WWE Raw Tag Team Championship #1 Contender’s Tournament Semifinal Match
AJ Styles & Omos vs. Street Profits (Angelo Dawkins & Montez Ford)

Out first are Omos and AJ Styles as their entrance theme sounds in the Memphis, TN arena. The tag-team make their way down the ramp and enter the ring where they prepare for tonight’s match up! The commentary team give a recap of last week’s events before making a note that Matt Riddle and Randy Orton are guests at ringside for this match up.

Out next are Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins of The Street Profits as their entrance theme sounds in the arena and they make their way down the ramp and enter the ring with awaiting opponents Omos and AJ Styles. The referee signals for the bell, and the next match up is officially underway!!

To start things off in this tag-team match up, AJ Styles is in first for his side and Montez Ford is in for The Street Profits. Ford takes the lead early on in the match-up before making the tag to his partner, Angelo Dawkins. The Street Profits take advantage and run double-teams before landing a big splash for the cover. A kick out at the two and the match continues. At this point, Montez Ford is sent to the floor. Styles and Dawkins inside the ring as we head to commercial break.

As we return from commercial break, we return to the ring where we see Omos is in the ring where he successfully whips Dawkins into the corner, scoop and a slam, dragging him over to tag Styles in as the heat segment rolls on. But Dawkins breaks away, tag to Ford, looking for a suplex, changing gears to a pin, front kicks to an enzuigiri and Montez is fired up!

Profits clearing the ring, back suplex attempt, AJ lands on his feet and hits the Pele kick! Next we see a Sheer-drop brain-buster before Omos runs over Dawkins on the floor. The referee begins the count. The Street Profits win the match by count-out!

Winners: Street Profits (by count-out)

After the Match

Matt Riddle begins to attempt to interview AJ Styles who seems confused, asking why Riddle is interviewing him, as he should be interviewing the winners. Riddle replies that he believes he should follow the biggest story, plus The Street Profits were way too fast. Styles asks if this is Dateline at one point before warning Riddle to get the mic out of his face before he shoves it where the sun don’t shine.

Backstage Interview – Becky Lynch

Next we head backstage where we see Becky Lynch who is being interviewed. Lynch begins by stating that tonight is the biggest night in Liv Morgan’s life and she’s got a lot of momentum and a crowd fired up behind her, but the kicker is that the real battle isn’t in the ring tonight, it’s gonna be fought inside her head and with the people that want to tear her apart.

Lynch then states, “You do well enough and they cheer you, you do too well and they turn on you, and this means that Liv is in the perfect position right now, the underdog that’s never gonna reach the stars.” Lynch walks away as her interview is concluded.

We head to commercial break as Damian Priest makes his entrance.

United States Championship
Damian Priest vs. Robert Roode (w/ Dolph Ziggler)

As we return from the commercial break, Damian Priest is standing inside the ring as he awaits his opponent for tonight’s United States Championship match-up! Out next is Robert Roode who is accompanied by Dolph Ziggler as his music sounds and they make their way to the ring. The referee signals for the bell, the bell rings and the match up is officially underway. To start things off, we see an early lock up between Roode and Priest before Roode successfully forces Priest into the corner against the turnbuckles, Roode then lands a kick as they break apart.

Next Priest throws Roode into the corner before unloading with several blows, then connects with a massive headbutt. At this point, Roode is shot into the buckles, then immediately punched backwards before being hit with a flying back elbow. Priest misses a splash in the corner but boots Roode down. Ziggler tries to interfere and Priest goes outside to intimidate him but Roode tosses him over the barricade into the fans. At this point we head to commercial break!

As we return from the commercial break, we return to the ring as Robert Roode takes Damian Priest down for the cover getting a two-count before Priest is able to kick out. The match continues as Priest begins landing multiple strikes and then splashes to Roode who is in the corner of the ring attempting to evade. Finally Roode counters as Priest attempts to land a falcon arrow, unfortunately he then eats a lariat. Next we watch as Damian Priest successfully hit the falcon arrow for the cover and a near-fall.

Priest once again looks for another lariat but gets caught by Roode who lands a backstabber. Immediately after, Roode lands a strike to the throat of Priest who quickly strikes back with a multiple kicks. Finally Priest attempts a springboard onto Roode who quickly counters with a spinebuster of his own for a near-fall. Priest makes his way back to his feet and grabs Roode for The Reckoning and the win.

Winner: Damian Priest

After the Match

Immediately following the match, Dolph Ziggler attacks Priest, cutting his victory celebration short. Ziggler and Roode then exit the ring making their way towards the ramp. Priest is holding his jaw inside the ring as Dolph Ziggler and Robert Roode slowly make their way up the ramp shouting taunts at Priest.

Bianca Belair vs. Doudrop

Out first for the next match up is Bianca Belair as her entrance theme sounds over the speakers in the Memphis, TN arena. Belair slowly makes her way down the ramp, twirling her hair as usual, when suddenly we see Doudrop come running up from behind where she sneak attacks Belair, knocking her to the floor at ringside. We head to commercial break.

As we return from the commercial break, we return to the ring where we see both Bianca Belair and Doudrop and the match is officially underway. To start things off, we see Doudrop take control as she throws Belair into the corner, Belair fighting from the apron, slingshot back in, front kicks ensue, up in the turnbuckles spanking herself to taunt, backflip up and over, off the ropes, sidestep the dropkick and Doudrop lands a senton… NOPE! Cobra Clutch applied but Bianca fights out!

Next we see a back body drop to the apron, immediately after we see Doudrop follow up as she scoops her up but Belair floats back in and hammers her with forearms! Back roll, handspring kick, taunting, Doudrop slips out and rams her back into the apron and leaves her laying as we go to break.

We return from the commercial break with more back and forth action between Doudrop and Bianca Belair inside the ring for tonight’s RAW Women’s singles match-up. Finally we watch as Belair with a windmill of strikes on Doudrop. Back and forth action between the two until Doudrop sends Belair into the corner. Belair jumps out of the way just in time as Doudrop comes at her with all her might. Belair then lifts Doudrop for the KOD, but Doudrop quickly exits the ring and begins walking up the ramp holding her head as the referee gets to 7, 8, 9… 10. COUNTOUT!

Winner: Bianca Belair

After the Match

Doudrop smacks her butt at Bianca Belair at the top of the ramp as Doudrop just walks backstage in defeat. Bianca Belair just smiles as the referee raises her arm in victory.

Clip From Last Monday

We head into a backstage clip from Last Monday’s edition of Monday Night RAW where Vince McMahon is talking with Austin Theory and McMahon declares to expect the unexpected before he slapped Theory across the face and McMahon says Austin Theory has a lot to learn.

Backstage

As the clip comes to an end we once again see Vince McMahon sitting at a desk as Austin Theory knocks and then enters the room. McMahon asks how Theory is feeling, Theory says he’s still sore as he touches his cheek, McMahon notes that Theory is still a little swollen as they continue on. A little chatting back and forth, it is noted Theory still has a lot to learn.

Miz TV

The Miz makes his way out as his entrance theme sounds in the arena. Miz is announced as the host of Miz TV as the commentary team announces that tonight’s edition of MIZ TV will have special guest, Edge. At this point, we head to commercial break!

Last Week’s Friday Night SmackDown Recap

As we return from the commercial break, we are sent into a lengthy video recap of last week’s edition of WWE Friday Night SmackDown, where Brock Lesnar entered the ring with #1 contender Sami Zayn and after a little back and forth, Lesnar forced Zayn into a title match with Roman Reigns after bending Zayn’s fingers backwards inside the ring and Zayn agreed. Zayn then accidentally puts his hand on Lesnar’s chest and immediately apologizes before Lesnar proceeded to suplex him several times, allowing Roman to pick the bones and set the stage for their Day 1 showdown.

MIZ TV

Back inside the ring on tonight’s edition of WWE Monday Night RAW, we are welcomed by the host of MIZ TV, The Miz. Miz begins by stating that he’s sure the crowd is wondering where his beautiful and sexy wife is before he states that Maryse would be here, but she doesn’t come to places like Memphis. Miz says he re-watched his confrontation with Edge last week and he was astounded; Edge complimented him. Miz says that isn’t like Edge, so he can’t help but think he’s a shell of his former self. Miz then introduces the Rated-R Superstar.

Edge Joins Miz TV

The WWE Hall of Famer, EDGE makes his way out as his entrance theme sounds in the arena and the crowd pops. Miz mocks Edge as he flails his hands as if Edge is “no big deal”. Miz is sitting with his sunglasses on and a smile on his face as Edge enters the ring. The crowd begins an “Edge! Edge! Edge!” chant as Edge begins. Edge sits down stating that Miz was confused by the compliments by Edge, Edge states he still means them. Miz says, “Aww, that’s so sweet, but I can’t help but think the Rated R Superstar… has lost his, ‘Edge’.” as Miz smirks. Edge responds, “Wow, that’s a clever pun there Mike.” THe Miz continues to belittle Edge.

The Miz then states that the “old Edge” would have already speared him out of his $9000 shoes… but this Edge seems mentally weak. Edge looks down at Miz’s shoes before stating how he can’t believe that The Miz paid $9000 for his ugly shoes before pointing out that his J3’s are “way cooler”. Edge then continues on to state that for lack of a better way of saying it, don’t mistake his “kindness” for weakness. Edge then asks Miz what the deal is. Miz responds he doesn’t need Edge’s kindness now, he needed it in 2006 when everything he said or did was wrong.

Edge says Miz clearly forgets way back then when he pulled him aside and told him to weather the storm and he’d make it. But Miz brushed him off. He went through the same things seven years prior and if anyone had pulled him aside he would have damn sure listened. Edge say the difference is, Miz blames everyone else for his shortcomings and people think the same of him now as they did in 2006: he’s an ass.

Finally, Miz says he’s a hypocrite and vulnerable. He’s surpassed Edge in-and-out of the ring. And he can’t think of a better way to usher in the new year, than beating Edge at Day 1. Edge responds to Miz by stating he’s on, but they’re both in the ring in Memphis right now, so let’s go for it. This leads the crowd into a cheer until Miz responds, “No”. Miz quickly follows up by stating it’s not because he’s afraid… Edge pretends to throw a punch and Miz falls right on his butt. This causes Edge to start laughing as he exits MIZ TV, The Miz looking pissed to end the segment.

Backstage Interview: Liv Morgan

Next we head backstage where Liv Morgan is being interviewed. To start off, Liv begins by stating that she heard what Becky had to say earlier and she wasn’t entirely wrong. She did get the better of her the past few weeks, and people are on her side, but what she got wrong is that people do want to see her win. Becky usually gets her way but tonight she’s going to do everything in her power to get the RAW Women’s Championship. At this point we head to another commercial break!

RK-Bro-Nament
The Mysterio’s vs. Alpha Academy

As we return from the commercial break, we head to the ring once again where the RK-Bro-Nament is about to get under way with The Mysterio’s vs. Alpha Academy. We see Matt Riddle and Randy Orton have once again joined the commentary team at the announcer’s table as The Alpha Academy members Chad Gable and Otis make their way to the ring as their entrance theme sounds in the arena. We are reminded that The Street Profits won their match earlier in the evening and will take on the winners of this match-up. As Otis and Chad Gable enter the ring, we see that Dominick and Rey Mysterio are already in the corner, prepared for tonight’s match up. The referee signals for the bell.

The bell rings and our next match up is officially underway! To start things off, we see Dominik in for Team Mysterio as he locks-up with Gable early on in the match up, only to be immediately taken down to the canvas. Mysterio quickly fights his way back up and connects with several right hands, then hits a springboard arm-drag. Gable talks trash to Dominik and slaps him. Dominik rushes at Gable but gets caught with a double under-hook suplex. At this point, Dominik looks to tag in Rey, but gets hit with a belly-to-belly.

Next we see Gable attempt to make a tag to Otis, but Dominik prevents the tag as he snaps Gable’s leg. Dominik then turns to his corner looking for the tag, only this time it’s Gable that prevents a tag and applies a single-leg Boston crab. Dominik counters with a roll-up but Gable escapes and Dom hits an enziguiri. Dominik again prevents a tag but Gable gets him in the corner and hits a dragon screw on the ropes. Gable goes up top and looks for a moonsault but Dominik avoids it and pins him for the win!

Winners: The Mysterios

After the Match

Immediately following the match, Matt Riddle makes his way into the ring and attempts to interview the Alpha Academy members. Unfortunately, Otis wants no part of the interview as he quickly lifts Riddle up into the air and then slams him to the canvas!

Quick Announcement

We are reminded by the commentary team that on next week’s edition of WWE Monday Night RAW, the Street Profits will face The Mysterio’s in the final of the RK-Bro-Nament.

Backstage – Austin Theory

Once again we head backstage where we see Austin Theory who is warming-up (oddly inside Vince’s office) as Mr. McMahon is on the phone. Vince tells him to sit and says unfortunately he won’t have a match tonight because he wasn’t ready on time. A disappointed Austin Theory is looks on as Mr. McMahon tells him he’ll need to figure out some way to impress him.

Wasting no time, Theory immediately gets up and begins to do shirtless jumping jacks. Vince shouts at him to stop and says to use his brains to impress him and Theory leaves with a smile on his face.

Finn Balor vs. T-BAR

As we return from the commercial break, we see Finn Balor standing in his corner inside the ring as T-Bar is removing his vest and making his way to his corner of the ring for the next match-up of tonight’s WWE Monday Night RAW. With both men in position, the referee signals for the bell, the bell rings and our next match up is officially underway! Early on we see Finn Balor land a kick to the leg of T-Bar before maneuvering into a side headlock.

At this point, T-Bar catches Balor in mid-air before following up by kneeing Balor before throwing him to the side of the ring. Next T-Bar backs Balor into the corner where he begins to stomp him and then follows up as he chokes him. T-Bar takes Balor down, though Balor quickly fights his way back up. Next Balor counters a chokeslam with a roll-up for two. Finn tips T-Bar over and double stomps him. T-Bar counters the slingblade and hits a big boot. Balor then gets the slingblade and goes up top for the Coup de Grace.

Winner: Finn Balor

After the Match

Immediately following the match, Austin Theory suddenly appears as he attacks Balor and hits him with the A.T.L. Theory takes some selfies with Balor before leaving. Perhaps this was to impress McMahon?

Backstage – Dana Brooke

Dana Brooke is sulking around backstage with her 24/7 Championship when Reggie, R-Truth and Akira Tozawa pop-up and scare her. Truth tells her to relax and says he doesn’t even know if that’s PG. Tamina comes running but Reggie prevents her from catching Dana. At this point we head to commercial break!

Backstage Interview – MVP & Bobby Lashley

As we return from the commercial break, we head backstage where MVP and Bobby Lashley are being interviewed.
To start, MVP states that they live in an era where people are “too comfortable” with disrespecting each other and not expecting results. MVP continues on by stating that that is NOT how the All Mighty does things. Owens, Big E and Rollins have all disrespected Lashley and all of them felt the repercussions. That ends the interview.

Video Package – Liv Morgan

Next we head into a quick video package of Liv Morgan, where we are taken back to Morgan’s hometown and we see interviews with her mother. We are informed that Liv didn’t have the best upbringing and her mother says she’s always been a WWE fan. Liv says she was a confused kid whose grown into a confident woman. And tonight, nobody will stop her from becoming who she always knew she would be. At this point we head to commercial break.

RAW Women’s Championship
Becky Lynch vs. Liv Morgan

As we return from the commercial break, we see Becky Lynch standing in her corner with her RAW Women’s Championship belt over her shoulder with a stone-face look as Liv Morgan is announced as the challenger. Liv blows kisses to the crowd before retreating to her corner. Next Becky Lynch is announced as “The Man” and the champion. The referee holds the belt high above his head before signaling for the bell. The bell rings and our main event championship match up is officially underway!

To start off the action, Lynch immediately heads in towards Morgan and delivers multiple clubbing blows to the back of Morgan as she mocks her. Next we watch as Lynch gets a headlock and Morgan pushes her off though Lynch immediately counters as she shoulders her down. Morgan knocks Becky against the ropes and looks for ObLIVion but Becky quickly rolls outside. Lynch makes her way back into the ring and Morgan shoulder tackles her.

Becky gains control of the match by tripping Liv and immediately goes for the Dis-Arm-her but Liv rolls her up for two. Morgan pins Becky but she bridges out. Morgan hits another few pin-fall attempts but Becky continues to kick out. More back and forth action at this point.

Morgan gets a two-count on Lynch. Lynch makes her way back to her feet as Liv rolls to the apron and she’s holding her elbow after the suicide dive. Morgan goes up top but Becky punches her and climbs up as well. Becky hits a superplex and both women are down as we head to the final commercial break.

We return from the final commercial break of the evening, more back and forth action between the two. Finally a Step Up Enzuguri by Liv Morgan after Lynch caused Morgan’s neck to slam into the top turnbuckle. Both women are laid out on the canvas as the referee checks on both competitors. Lynch back to her feet. Morgan as well as she lands several strikes and knees. Morgan with the ground and pound! Lynch escapes and back to her feet. Morgan continues to power on the offense, rocking the jaw of Lynch. Knees connect as Morgan goes for the cover, Lynch kicks out!!

Counter by Morgan sends Lynch to the apron! Morgan with a beautiful dropkick and cover… Lynch kicks out! Double Arm Bar by Morgan, Lynch counters for the cover. Lynch with the Dis Arm Her, Morgan gets a wiggle to the bottom rope! Lynch grabs Morgan and drags her for the craddle and the two count. The two reverse and counter, Lynch grabs the bottom rope to hold the three count pin and win!

Winner and STILL RAW Women’s Champion: Becky Lynch

After the Match

Becky Lynch grabs her belt and celebrates as she trash talks Liv Morgan who is stunned and upset inside the ring!

That’s All Folks!!

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