WWE Monday Night Raw Results (9/21/2020)

WWE RAW “Clash of Champions” Go-Home Edition Results: Orlando, FL ThunderDome

Welcome to eWrestling.com’s WWE Monday Night RAW: “Clash of Champions” Go-Home Edition Results coverage for September 21, 2020!

Tonight’s WWE Monday Night RAW: “Clash of Champions” Go-Home Edition is set for an action packed episode as the red brand continues to air from the WWE ThunderDome. EWrestling.com’s own Matt Boone’s RAW preview for tonight reminds us that last Monday, Keith Lee was on the verge of earning a potential WWE Championship opportunity in his battle against Drew McIntyre, until RETRIBUTION made their presence felt. However, The Limitless One’s championship dreams are not dashed. Lee will get another crack at McIntyre this Monday on Raw. If he can defeat the WWE Champion, and Randy Orton is still unable to compete on Sept. 27 at WWE Clash of Champions after being on the receiving end of three Claymores, Lee will challenge for the WWE Title.

Will Lee make the most of this golden opportunity?

Featured below are WWE Monday Night RAW results for September 21, 2020 written by E-Wrestling.com’s most popular female reporter, Jamie Rush. Follow me on Twitter @JamieRush312.

WWE Monday Night RAW “Clash of Champions” Go-Home Edition LIVE Results (9/21/2020) – Amway Center, Orlando, FL

Show Opening

As the opening “WWE Forever” shows on the screen, it suddenly turns upside down and then backwards. It flashes on and off before doing the same thing again. We immediately enter the ThunderDome and the action is already in progress as Retribution members have taken over the arena again!

Commentary members begin with breaking news: A faction called Retribution have officially signed a contract and are part of WWE>

“To WWE management, you think your company is safe because you gave us contracts? Think again” Mia Yim states as she removes her hood.

“We are here to destroy the WWE and rebuild it in the vision of Retribution” a second member of the faction states. He continues, “You do this to collect your money for the fame, and the fortune, to collect your payday… like WHORES! Retribution will make you pay for your sins, for we are the judge, the jury, and the executioner.”

The Hurt Business Enters

The Hurt Business members, Cedric Alexander, MVP, Bobby Lashley, and Shelton Benjamin stand tall at the top of the stage, removing their suit coats. They look to one another and head down the ramp towards the ring.

“When the real men show up, you ain’t got no heart. You ain’t got your crowbars, or chainsaws, and y’all ain’t so hard!” MVP states. He continues on to state that Retribution has an opportunity tonight. Lashley says they will beat them down tonight, and look good while doing it.

Retribution members surround the ring and climb the apron. An all out brawl ensues. Suddenly, twice as many members of Retribution appear and successfully beat down The Hurt Business. (So much for that.) This continues as we go to the first commercial break of the evening.

Moments Ago

We return from the commercial break and immediately head into a video clip from “Moments Ago” as commentary give us a play-by-play of the happenings at the start of WWE Monday Night RAW. Tom Phillips, Jerry Lawler, and Byron Saxton discuss the fact that Retribution signed a contract right before the start of the show stating the group can do anything, at any time, to anybody… Lawler states he would love to know how they were able to obtain a contract like that.

Backstage w/ Rey Mysterio

Sarah Schreiber is backstage with Rey Mysterio who is accompanied by his wife Angie and his daughter Aliyah as Schreiber asks Rey what it’s like to watch his son Dominick pursue his first tag-team championship in the WWE. Mysterio states it’s an honor to watch, as his “familia” is everything. Mysterio says he first made his mark in the WWE as a tag-team champion, so to watch Dominik follow in his footsteps is better than anything he could’ve imagined.

RAW Tag-Team Champions – The Street Profits Enter The ThunderDome

As we return to the ThunderDome, the entrance theme blares for the current RAW Tag-Team Champions, The Street Profit as members Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins make their way to the stage as a bunch of red cups fall from the ceiling. Ford and Dawkins strut down the ramp and enter the ring where they begin jumping and getting hyped up for tonight’s tag-team match up! They then proceed to join the commentary team of Jerry Lawler, Byron Saxton, and Tom Phillips.

Triple Threat Tag-Team MatchAngel Garza & Andrade vs. Seth Rollins & Murphy vs. Dominik Mysterio & Humberto Carrillo

Out first for this triple threat tag-team match are Angel Garza and Andrade as their music sounds and they make their way to the stage (without Zelina Vega) as the two smile at one another and make their way down the ramp and head towards the ring to await their opponents for the evening. Out next are Murphy and the Monday Night Messiah, Seth Rollins to Rollins’ entrance theme. Rollins with a big smile as he looks left to right looking completely oblivious to the look on Murphy’s face as he slowly walks behind Rollins to the ring.

We see a video clip from “Last Monday” during the Seth Rollins vs. Dominik Mysterio Cage Match where Murphy mistakenly hit Rollins once again during the match only to be embarrassed and attacked by his “Messiah” for the accident. We return to the ThunderDome as the clip ends as Humberto Carrillo makes his way to the stage and points as Dominik Mysterio’s entrance theme blares over the speakers as Dominik and Humberto make their way down the ramp towards the ring to join the other two teams for tonight’s triple threat match! We head to commercial break!

We return from commercial break and the bell rings to kick off this tag-team triple threat match. Angel Garza immediately rips off his pants inside the ring, but then tags in Andrade to start things off in the ring with Murphy. Andrade goes under the bottom rope and walks around ringside as Humberto Carrillo and Murphy kick off the action inside the ring. It is noted that there are no count outs, no DQ’s, and the winner of this match becomes the #1 Contender for the Tag-Team Championship against The Street Profits.

Tom Phillips asks Street Profits if they have a preference for who they will face this weekend as Clash of Champions. Dawkins says they really have no preference, however if he had to pick, he guesses he would pick Humberto and Dominick. Dawkins adds they’ve already beat the other two teams before stating, “We want fresh blood, ya know what I’m sayin’?” Ford and Dawkins then discuss the missing Zelina Vega as manager for Andrade and Angel Garza as they make jokes about not noticing.

Back inside the ring, Andrade showboats as he lays across the middle rope with his hand on his head as if to be resting while the match continues. Humberto Carrillo sends Andrade out of the ring with an Arm Drag, followed by sending Murphy out of the ring with a an up and over sending Murphy to the apron and then landing a Superkick by Humberto to send him to the outside of the ring. Dominick climbs to the top turnbuckle and with a high flying move takes out Murphy on the outside of the ring before going for the cover on Andrade inside the ring.

Sunset Bomb by Dominik on Andrade that is broken up by Angel Garza. Garza then lands a few good Strikes on Dominik and then hits a 619 of sorts. A Kick by Murphy and Murphy is left inside the ring with Andrade. A Running Knee by Murphy takes Andrade down to the canvas causing both Murphy and Andrade to be laid out inside the ring. Seth Rollins is watching from the apron as Murphy drags himself to his corner. “I have a lot on my mind” Rollins states as he climbs off the apron. Murphy is curious as he watches Seth walk around the ring stating he has other things going on right now.

Back in the ring, An Elbow Strike by Andrade followed by The Wing Clipper by Angel Garza on Murphy for the three count pin and win giving Angel Garza and Andrade the #1 Contender Spot against the Street Profits at Clash of Champions.

Winner: Angel Garza and Andrade

After the Match

Garza and Andrade celebrate their victory before turning their attention to The Street Profits who are still sitting at the announcer’s table. The two tag-teams begin to talk trash back and forth about the outcome of their match for this weekend’s pay-per-view.

RAW Underground Sneak-Peek

We head into a clip from last week’s RAW Underground where Dolph Ziggler tried his hand in the Underground, Strowman eventually dominating the entire floor until Dabba Kato stepped up to try his hand at Strowman (whom he hasn’t seen in-ring since The Greatest Royal Rumble in Saudi Arabia in 2018 where Strowman eliminated Kato and ultimately claimed the victory for the championship and trophy.)

Braun Strowman vs. Dabba Kato is highlighted for tonight’s RAW Underground as Shane McMahon talks to the Door Bouncer outside of the RAW Underground arena room. Shane then states he’s going to go address the WWE Universe regarding the match-up tonight. Commentary states Shane is the guest on The Kevin Owens Show when we return from commercial break!

The KO Show

The host of The KO Show, Kevin Owens welcomes everyone to tonight’s show. Owens begins by stating that last week’s episode of “The KO Show” didn’t go according to plan as he was attacked by his guest “Captain Hot Topic” for no real reason. However, tonight, it’s time to move on to something else. Owens says tonight’s KO Show is special, as every show is special… but this one is different.

Owens continues by stating that his first guest is someone he never would have expected to call out as a guest on The KO Show, however 2020 has been weird enough this year. Owens then says, “Please welcome my guest for tonight, Shane. McMahon.” We hear the all too familiar, “Here comes the money” as the entrance theme for Shane McMahon sounds through the ThunderDome. Shane makes his way to the stage before heading down the ramp towards the “set” of The Kevin Owens Show which coincidentally looks identical to the WWE RAW ring (*blink*)

McMahon enters the ring and begins to do his signature “Shane McMahon Shuffle” with the swift foot movements many call a “dance” as he heads over to the sitting area for The KO Show. Owens tells McMahon to “have a seat, you technically paid for the chairs anyway…” as McMahon sits down and Owens begins to speak. “I can’t believe you’re on the Kevin Owens Show.”

Shane responds, “I can’t either, thanks for having me. There’s always an agenda with you, but we’ll get to that at some other time.” Owens says sarcastically, “Oh, you’re referring to our history? How we tried to destroy each other for two years? And we had Hell in the Cell? How I got you FIRED… and yet your back. I guess I should be upset, but I’m not. Because that’s water under the bridge!” Owens finishes. McMahon agrees with an “uh-huh, yea, mmhmm, etc” with every breath between words of Kevin Owens.

Owens then states that McMahon was here to promote something, and he’s one of the best at that. Owens gives McMahon the floor. Shane then begins by stating that tonight there is a behemothic showdown between Braun Strowman and the undefeated Dabba-Kato that is set for RAW Underground on tonight’s episode of WWE Monday Night RAW: Clash of Champions Go-Home episode. Shane then brings up a clip of Kato taking down Kevin Owens two weeks ago, as well as Aleister Black and anyone that stepped in his path.

McMahon continues that to be a good promoter, sometimes you must present the product, and calls Dabba Kato to the stage of The Kevin Owens Show.

Dabba Kato Joins Shane McMahon On “The KO Show”

Kato makes his way down the ramp and enters the ring, staying in a standing position. Owens asks why we’re all standing, and Shane continues that he knows the two have already met. Owens states McMahon didn’t have to show the footage from the RAW Underground from two weeks ago, he remembers clearly what happened.

Owens goes on to add that he figured that with Shane McMahon coming on The Kevin Owens Show, he knew Dabba Kato wasn’t far behind so he figured he would go ahead and announce his next guest… “BRAUN STROWMAN!!” Owens shouts into the mic as The Monster Among Men’s entrance theme sounds in the ThunderDome.

Braun Strowman Joins As Surprise Special Guest On “The KO Show”

Strowman makes his way down the ramp and enters the ring, er, “The KO Show” set… and Shane McMahon immediately jumps in between the two giants telling them this will NOT happen on “The KO Show”.

Shane looks into the eyes of Kato and says, “I know you want this match, I can see it in your eyes, well NOT here, take it to the RAW Underground studio!” Just as things seem to be calming down…

Aleister Black Sneak Attack!

Kevin Owens suddenly drops face first as he is dragged backwards by his ankles into the ring post )with legs spread eagle), a shot to the nether-region by Black follows. Black shouts “Remember me?” multiple times at ringside as he looks on to a clearly pained Kevin Owens who is writhing in pain back and forth on the floor.

Announcer’s Table – Video Clip

Tom Phillips switches gears as he begins speaking on the Drew McIntyre vs. Keith Lee match from Last Monday’s RAW where Retribution interrupted causing a No-Win as The Hurt Business came out and attempted to “handle business” to no avail.

We then see a clip from earlier tonight where the Retribution team came out to kick off RAW as they announced the fact they were given WWE contracts doesn’t change anything, they still plan to destroy and rebuild RAW in their image.

Backstage – Drew McIntyre

Charly Caruso stops Drew McIntyre who is seen walking backstage, McIntyre says Charly has the best timing for these stops. Charly first states/asks, “You’re going to be competing with a fractured jaw, any concerns about competing with a fractured jaw?” McIntyre simply states, “Yea. Next Question”. Charly then asks about his broken friendship with Keith Lee. McIntyre states eventually the two will probably be laughing about all this over drinks, but tonight, he’s going to beat the hell out of him. We go to commercial break on that note.

Backstage – Retribution

We return from commercial break and Retribution is attacking Humberto Carrillo and tearing things up backstage as one member looks into the camera with a mask on stating, “We are the judge, the jury, and the executioner!”

Keith Lee vs. WWE Champion Drew McIntyre

We head to the arena where Keith Lee’s entrance theme blares through the speakers of the ThunderDome “Oh bask in his glory… for he is, Limitless!” as Lee makes his way down the ramp and enters the ring, stopping on the apron to give a squinty eyed stare into the crowd of screens before his opponent and good friend, Drew McIntyre’s entrance theme sounds.

McIntyre smiles as he makes his way down the ramp and looks to Keith Lee and states, “Get a good look at it, because this is as close as you’re ever gonna get!” Lee claps synically for McIntyre who makes his way into the ring, holding his WWE Championship title high above his head as pyro shoots out all around him. The music fades out and the referee signals for the bell. The bell rings and this match is officially underway!

McIntyre immediately heads in for a Claymore, to no avail. The two lock up, McIntyre attempts to throw Lee into the ropes, no dice. McIntyre gets a Chin Lock on Lee before lifting Lee OFF his feet by his head. The crowd begins to rally as McIntyre runs the ropes, Lee does as well. Lee gets McIntyre finally, knocking McIntyre out of the ring. (It looks as though McIntyre hit the apron HARD with his back in an awkward fall). Lee follows McIntyre to the outside.

Lee begins back for the ring as the referee gets to the count of seven to reset the count. McIntyre re-entered as well, only to exit right behind Lee. Grizzly Magnum by Keith Lee. McIntyre counters by landing Lee on top of the announcer’s table as we head to commercial break!

We return from the commercial break and McIntyre and Lee are both back inside the ring. The commentary team are discussing the “Ambulance Match” set for Clash of Champions if Randy Orton is able to perform at the pay-per-view, or if Lee will take on McIntyre following a victory this evening. It is reminded that Keith Lee doesn’t want to hurt McIntyre, but how he stated, “I will do what I must”. Lee has McIntyre in position for a Spirit Bomb as McIntyre throws Strikes at Lee’s head before flipping Lee with a Hurricanrana.

McIntyre is favoring his injured jaw! McIntyre follows up with a Double A Spinebuster before executing a jackknife pin for a near fall.

McIntyre clubs Lee and hits a neckbreaker for a near fall. McIntyre attempts a Future Shock DDT, but Lee powers him to the corner. Lee charges, but McIntyre knocks him back. McIntyre runs at him, but Lee hits a one-armed slam for a near fall. Lee gets McIntyre to his feet and punches him before clubbing the back. Lee hits the ropes and hits a clothesline for a near fall. McIntyre holds his jaw in pain. It is still broken. Lee goes for a Spirit Bomb, but McIntyre gets out and hits a Claymore Kick. Randy Orton then attacks McIntyre from behind with some chair shots.

Winner by Disqualification: Keith Lee

After the Match

Orton takes the edge of the chair and digs it into the broken jaw of McIntyre. McIntyre screams in pain. Orton then turns to Lee and hits him with a Punt Kick. Orton looks down at the destruction he caused. We head to commercial break as we hear the crowd booing and shouting loudly from their monitors.

After the Match

Orton takes the edge of the chair and digs it into the broken jaw of McIntyre. McIntyre screams in pain. Orton then turns to Lee and hits him with a Punt Kick. Orton looks down at the destruction he caused. We head to commercial break as we hear the crowd booing and shouting loudly from their monitors.

“Moments Ago”

Replays are shown of the destruction Randy Orton caused just moments ago.

In-Ring – Randy Orton

We then return to the ring where we see Randy Orton who begins by shaming everyone for thinking he wouldn’t make it to Clash of Champions. Doesn’t his track record speak for itself? 20 years on the roster and he’s never walked away from a title match. He won’t do that anytime soon… but the World Title match at Clash of Champions isn’t exactly a normal match. Orton gets out of the ring and walks up to the ambulance that is parked next to the stage.

We then see Orton open the back doors as he says he took a ride in this very ambulance a few weeks ago. He took not one, not two, not three… well actually three Claymore Kicks. As they were flying down the highway and the sirens were blaring, he was fading out of consciousness. The feeling came over him is the feeling of being taken out by The Legend Killer. That was what Edge, Christian, Big Show, Shawn Michaels, Ric Flair, and even Drew McIntyre felt like when he kicked them in the skull.

When he came to in the back of the ambulance, he felt a smile. He wasn’t smiling because of the pain. He was smiling because he remembered what he is capable of and remembered what it takes to become WWE Champion. This ambulance represents different things for different people. For some, it represents hope and healing. For others it represents pain, agony, and even death.

Orton then state that this ambulance represents to him his 14th World Championship. Orton tells McIntyre to listen up. At Clash of Champions, he’ll make sure McIntyre takes one more ride in this ambulance. His World Title reign will flatline courtesy of the three most dangerous letters in sports entertainment: R-K-O. Orton slams the doors of the ambulance and stares into the camera.

Backstage Interview – Asuka

Sarah Schreiber interviews Asuka in the backstage ring. She asks Asuka who is a bigger threat, Zelina Vega or Mickie James. Billie Kay walks up and mocks Asuka in a terrible way. Kay says, “Asuka? Anyone can get a title shot against Asuka apparently…”. Just then, Peyton Royce walks up and says one of them should get a shot. Asuka asks if they’re still friends and Kay says of course they are, but Peyton says things change. Asuka says that nobody is ready for her at Clash of Champions, but tonight she is ready for Peyton as the segment ends as we head to commercial break.

Zelina Vega vs. Mickie James

With both competitors in the ring, the referee signals for the bell. THe bell rings and this match for the #1 Contender Spot against Asuka for the RAW Women’s Championship is officially underway! This match starts off as Vega takes the fight to Mickie. Vega trash talks her so Mickie turns the tables and slams her down. Mickie swings Vega around by the hair but Zelina then jumps on her back and tries to choke her.

Mickie slings her off and hits a running knee for a two-count. Mickie looks for a suplex but Vega rolls her up for two. Vega ducks two clotheslines and gets Mickie tied up in the octopus stretch. James breaks free but Vega continues the assault in the corner.

James catches a kick and Vega rolls her up for two. Vega ties-up Mickie in the ropes with another modified octopus stretch, then climbs on the top rope for a tornado DDT but James throws her off. James kicks Zelina a few times and hits a running forearm, followed by a flapjack.

Mickie goes up top, signals for the end, and hits a seated senton for a near-fall. Mickie grabs her for the Mick DDT but Vega shoots her off into the ropes for a nasty spill. Vega hits a backstabber and scores the pinfall!

Winner: Zelina Vega

Zelina has Vega laying flat on the mat after a high flying move off the top for the two count and Leg Hook. Vega counters the Mick DT and hits a Back Stabber for the three count pin and win! Vega will take on Asuka for the RAW Women’s Title!!

Winner: Zelina Vega

After the Match

Vega rolls out of the ring and shouts, “It’s my time now!” as she makes her way up the ramp, “You better believe it me-ja, because I just BEAT you!” Vega continues to shout.

Backstage – The Hurt Business Takes Down Retribution

As we head backstage, for the first time we’ve seen, Retribution is down the floor of the halls as The Hurt Business took the fight to them! MVP stops his part in the beatdown long enough to look into the cameras and shout, “This what you want Retribution? Huh? We The Hurt Business… we live for this!!”

Backstage Workout Room

We head to a gym in the ThunderDome where Bianca Belair is working out/lifting weights and in a light-hearted rivalry she continues to show up the men in the gym in every area. She flips her braid with every victory. The clip ends with Belair stating she’s the “EST of the WWE”

Announcer’s Table

Byron Saxton talks up the baddest and the best of WWE, stating he looks forward to seeing what Bianca Belair brings to RAW. We are then sent to a video clip.

Video Clip – Akira Tozawa

We head to the beach in a video clip showing Akira Tozawa on a beach with a ninja referee. We then see R-Truth teaching us to fish I guess… in the very shallow part of the ocean. Truth then asks the cameraman what he’s looking at, looks over and shouts “SHAARRRK” as he sees a fin sticking out.

20 minutes later, Truth is trying to teach “Lil Jimmy” how to use a snorkel stating, “No, that’s where a thermometer goes, a snorkel goes here.” Truth sees the fin again, suddenly Lil Jimmy is gone. Truth is able to “dive” into 2 inches water and “save” Lil Jimmy and a piece of Tozawa’s clothing as he tells Lil Jimmy, “This is why you don’t play with sharks!”

MVP and Cedric Alexander

MVP begins, “This is an official announcement, Retribution. Tonight’ you will be in a 6 man tag-team match and tonight, you will understand why, we are called “The Hurt Business”. You can play judge and jury all you want, but just know, WE are the executioners.”

Alexander then states that in a few minutes, he’s going to show Apollo Crews, his former friend, how he doesn’t give a damn about Crews, OR his kids. (The crowd is shocked)

Apollo Crews and Ricochet Join

WIth that statement, Apollo Crews and Ricochet make their way to the stage. As Alexander goes to continue speaking, Crews states he doesn’t need to hear anything else he has to say, he’s here to punch him in the face!

Cedric Alexander w/ MVP vs. Apollo Crews w/ Ricochet

As Crews and Ricochet make their way into the ring, the referee signals for the bell. The bell rings, and Crews takes Alexander down. Alexander elbows out, but Crews hits an enzuigiri. MVP pulls Alexander out of the ring. Crews quickly comes back with a baseball slide on Alexander and gets in MVP’s face. We head to commercial break.

RAW Talk After RAW Announcement

Riott Squad, Street Profits, and Apollo Crews will all be a part of tonight’s RAW Talk immediately following WWE Monday Night RAW, on the WWE Network.

We return from commercial break, Ricochet stands on the outside watching closely as Alexander has gained control over Crews. Both men back to their feet, several Elbows to the face of Alexander, only to have Alexander counter with a Driver for the two count. A Kick to the back of the neck followed by the Frog Cross Body. Crews taking it to Alexander as he gets fired up.

Crews hits the Samoan Drop for a close two count! Alexander with a Dive into Crews on the outside. Crews pins Alexander while Alexander is distracted.

Winner: Apollo Crews

After the Match

Ricochet and Apollo Crews celebrate Crews’s victory as they begin to make their way up the ramp, only to hear The Hurt Business’s music sound as Crews and Ricochet are attacked. Bobby Lashley locks in the Full Nelson before releasing him to the ramp and laughing. We head to commercial break.

RAW Underground

As we return from commercial break, we head over live to RAW Underground. The first match up on RAW Underground is between Dolph Ziggler and Arturo Ruas. They attempt takedowns and Ruas swings a few Capoeira kicks but Dolph dodges. Ziggler shoots for a takedown but Ruas shrugs him off, delivers a knee, slams him, and looks for the armbar. Ziggler rolls free and punches Ruas a few times, ducks him, then takes a sleeper. Ruas throws himself back to slam Dolph and break free, then hits an incredible takedown into a kneebar. Dolph breaks free again and gets a sleeper, and this time Ruas passes out!

Shane tries to interview Braun beside the ring but he screams at him. Shane gives the microphone to a girl with white dreadlocks and she asks Braun how he feels about his upcoming fight. “What do you want Shane? I DONT WANT TO TALK TO YOU!” Braun yells that he already told Shane last week he was going to knock the teeth out of all his little babies and send them home. He plans on destroying Dabba Kato. He adds, “If you want some, you can come get some of these hands Shane!”

Seth Rollins Heads To The Ring

Seth Rollins comes to the ring holding a brown envelope. Rollins says it’s no secret that he has had the Mysterio family’s number for some time now. And last week when he beat Dominik in the cage he was convinced it was over. He was convinced the torment the Mysterio’s were putting him through was over. But something was itching him, and he takes no pleasure in revealing this information.

Seth points to a photograph of the Mysterio family, and says Dominik is obviously a lot taller. He says it might sound crazy but he had some people do some digging and he has the results of his digging in the envelope. Before he reveals anything though, he invites the Mysterio family to join him in the ring.

The Mysterios Join

The Mysterio family come to the stage and Seth says he’s really come to respect them; they’re a real family that stick by each other. Which is why this hurts him. He has a DNA test here and he knows this has been done before, but technology has improved in the years since. So they need to know, is Rey Dominik’s father? Seth pulls out the test results and reveals that Rey is not Dom’s father.

Rey says this is ridiculous, this didn’t work the last time it was attempted. Seth says he might be right, maybe he made a mistake. Maybe he should have looked into Aalyah instead. In fact, he has concrete evidence. We see a replay of last week when Aalyah checked on Murphy after the steel cage match, and Seth says that doesn’t seem like something a Mysterio would be doing.

Rey says he and Aalyah already spoke about that, he raised her to be a caring and compassionate person. So Seth should keep his daughter’s name out of his mouth. Rey says Aalyah is only 19, she’s naïve and knows nothing about their world. Aalyah looks angry and walks off. The Mysterio’s leave and Seth says he’s sorry, he didn’t intend to drive a wedge. Sometimes families can fall apart. We head to commercial break.

Women’s RAW Tag Team Match
Nia Jax & Shayna Baszler vs. Lana & Natalya

As Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler make their way to the ring, The Riott Squad members Liv Morgan and Ruby Riott are guests on commentary as they discuss the lack of closeness between the current RAW Tag-Team Champions.

The referee signals for the bell and immediately Shayna heads in on Lana. Before an entire thought can be given by Liv Morgan to Tom Phillips, Shayna locks in the Karifuda Clutch and Lana taps.

Winners and STILL RAW Tag-Team Champions: Shayna Baszler & Nia Jax

After the Match

Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler hear Liv and Ruby laughing at the announcer’s table and Nia Jax shoves Liv while Shayna shoves Ruby into the barricade. Lana is once again slammed through the announcer’s table by Nia.

Medical Area – Drew McIntyre

Charly Caruso walks into the medical examination room backstage to check in with Drew McIntyre. She asks Drew how he’s feeling “Randy Orton is going to be at Clash of Champions, there’s no rules, I’m gonna beat the piss out of him. As for tonight… I’m gonna go pick a fight.” With that, McIntyre throws down the bag of ice he had been holding on his injured jaw and walks out of the room with a stern look on his face. We head to commercial break.

Backstage – Rey Talks To His Daughter

We return from commercial break and Rey is speaking to Aliyah stating he’s just trying to protect his family. Aliyah says shes old enough and she can protect himself. Aliyah says she came here for one reason, and one reason only, to support Dominik. Now Dom’s hurt, and Rey’s hurt, and who knows what Seth could do to her or Angie. Aliyah says she must just be a naive 19 year old girl and walks off.

RAW Underground pt. 2

Riddick Moss vs. Erik (of the Viking Raiders) both men are throwing bombs at one another, Erik slams Riddick and hits a Ground and Pound. Erik dominates most of the match, but with one good shot, knocks Erik out and wins the match.

“Not to take away from this, but for our main event, Dabba Kato takes on Braun Strowman.” Shane asks his friend with the white braids to ask Kato what we can expect for the fight tonight. Kato looks about as interested as Strowman was in speaking to her, so Shane takes over.

Kato states “Talk is cheap,” referring to Strowman. HE then adds that Strowman will FEEL what Dabba Kato is all about, adding “Now get out of my FACE!” which causes Shane to take a few steps back.

Asuka vs. Peyton Royce w/ Billie Kay

As we return to the Thunderdome, the entrance theme for the WWE RAW Women’s Champion Asuka makes her way to the ring as we head to commercial break!

As we return from the commercial break, Peyton Royce has made her way to the ring, accompanied by Billie Kay. The referee signals for the bell. The bell rings and this match is officially underway. Asuka unleashes on Royce immediately as the match barely begins getting her shoulders down for a two count only a minute into the match.

Peyton with a quick roll up for a two count on Asuka. Asuka sets up for the Asuka Lock, Peyton counters and gets another two count. Commentary notes this is new territory for Peyton, who seems to be shockingly holding her own in this match up.

Peyton knocks Asuka off the top, and begins to laugh (silly move for a professional, wow.) Asuka takes advantage of the drop of guard. Asuka starts to get the Asuka Lock locked in when suddenly Zelina Vega interrupts the match, attacking Asuka. The referee calls for a disqualification.

Winner By DQ: Asuka

Backstage – Aliyah Mysterio & Murphy

We head backstage and Aliyah Mysterio is sitting by herself as Murphy walks up with his hands extended outward in a show of peace stating that he just wanted to tell her that he was sorry as he sits down right next to her. “This whole Seth thing has gotten way out of hand, and if I’ve done anything to hurt you… I’m very sorry.” Murphy says with sincerity, he then walks away as we head to commercial break!

RAW Underground – Strowman vs. Dabba Kato

We head into the fighting area for RAW Underground! Wooooooooooo! The bell rings and Strowman and Kato immediately lock up. Kato with a Big Uppercut. Strowman goes for Full Guard, Braun sinks in a Hook, Kato with a nice Spin Out defense. Dabba begins throwing hands. Some poor guy is used as a distraction as he’s literally thrown back and forth. Strowman with a Hard Right, then another. Kato falls to the mat. Strowman with a Splash onto Kato and continuous Ground and Pound until the match is called.

Did ANYONE think the MONSTER among men WOULDN’T defeat Kato? Come on now Shelly… come on.

Quick Announcement

RAW- Drew McIntyre vs. Randy Orton
Ambulance Match WWE Championship (Incapacitate Your Opponent To The Point You Place Them Into An Ambulance)

SmackDown Intercont. Champ – Triple Threat Ladder Match Styles Hardy and Zayn

United States Championship Bobby Lashley vs. Apollo Crews

Universal Championship Match – Roman Reigns vs. Jey Uso

One more match to come this Sunday. We are reminded to sign up for WWE Network if we haven’t already to see WWE Clash of Champions.

Six Man Tag-Team Match
Bobby Lashley & Shelton Benjamin & Cedric Alexander vs. Retribution

The match is announced as The Hurt Business make their way to the ring and we head to commercial break.

We return for the very first match with Retribution and Lashley begins pounding on “Mase” but is able to side step Lashley. “T-Bar” (Commentary jokes it stands for “That Boy Ain’t Right”) tags in. Alexander tags in and is dropped to the canvas with ease. A Stomp to Alexander as he is set to Retribution’s corner. “Slap Jack” is the third member of Retribution that is sent in to dominate Alexander inside the ring.

A cover by “T-Bar” on Alexander who kicks out. The refere begins a penalization count as T-Bat shouts, “I don’t care”. Mase and T-Bar double team Shelton Benjamin. Benjamin desperately needs a tag. Slap Jack is in and Benjamin finally makes the tag to Lashley who comes in hot!Lashley lands SLap Jack face first on the canvas. Lashley finally locks in the Full Nelson for the tap!

Winners: The Hurt Business

After the Match

With their loss, suddenly Retribution IMMEDIATELY multiplies into 5 times the amount of people in their faction. The entire squad of Retribution members attack The Hurt Business.

Drew McIntyre Leads The Locker Room Saviors

Just when it looks like it’s all over, McIntyre’s music sounds in the ThunderDome and Drew comes running down the ramp accompanied by the entire locker room of RAW fighters to retaliate on the ever growing froup of Retribution members.

Randy Orton Sneak Attack….. AGAIN?!

Drew McIntyre standing in the ring when suddenly Orton appears from out of nowhere to deliver an RKO! McIntyre is left laying on the canvas of the ring holding his broken jaw to close tonight’s WWE Monday Night RAW: “Clash of Champions” Go-Home Edition.

**That’s all for tonight’s WWE Monday Night RAW: “Clash of Champions” Go-Home Edition Results! Be sure to return Wednesday for WWE NXT on USA Network Results and Friday for WWE Friday Night SmackDown Results to be up on all the action heading into this weekend’s WWE Clash of Champions pay-per-view! Stay safe, stay healthy, and stay awesome!**

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