• Complete Results From Tonight’s Final RAW From The WWE ThunderDome
– RAW kicked off with a tribute to “Mr. Wonderful” Paul Orndorff
– Xavier Woods def. WWE Champion Bobby Lashley (Woods pinned Lashley with a roll-up)
– Jinder Mahal showed that Veer and Shanky got Drew McIntyre’s family sword refinished, and then broke it. Drew was backstage and revealed that it was just a replica sword. Drew then destroyed Jinder’s motorcycle.
– Nikki A.S.H def. Asuka, Naomi and Alexa Bliss in a Fatal 4-Way match
– Ivar def. RAW Tag Team Champion AJ Styles
– RAW Tag Team Champion Omos def. Erik
– United States Champion Sheamus attacked Humberto Carrillo and had a staredown with Damian Priest as he left.
– Sheamus (c) def. Humberto Carrillo to retain the United States Championship (After the match, Sheamus continued to attack Humberto, but Damian Priest made the save)
– Ricochet def. John Morrison in a Falls Count Anywhere Match
– RAW Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley def. WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion Natalya (After the match, Charlotte Flair attacked Rhea and targeted her leg)
– MVP called WWE Champion Bobby Lashley for The VIP Lounge. Lashley doesn’t come out at first, but eventually does. Lashley said MVP has done enough, and thinks Kofi Kingston may be right about MVP making him weak. Lashley said he appreciates what MVP has done for him, but this bullsh*t needs to stop now.
Lashley destroyed the VIP Lounge and sent a warning to Kofi to end RAW.
— WWE (@WWE) July 13, 2021
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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (July 12, 1993) – WWF Monday Night RAW
On this day in 1993, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Monday Night RAW’.
It was broadcasted from the Manhattan Center in New York City, New York and featured matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF SummerSlam 1993’ PPV.
Here’s the match-card:
1. Yokozuna vs. Crush
2. The Headshrinkers vs. P.J. Walker & Aaron Ferguson
3. Tatanka vs. The Brooklyn Brawler
4. Mr. Hughes vs. Tony DeVito
5. Adam Bomb vs. Scott Amati