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Below are the complete results from tonight’s WWE RAW, which featured the return of Rhea Ripley.

– CM Punk kicked off tonight’s RAW and started by saying it’s a great night to be in Ottawa and mentioned he has a lot to say. He thanked John Cena for his impending retirement and expressed his hope to share the ring with him one more time. Punk noted Cena’s presence but pointed out Drew McIntyre is absent due to his suspension. He then introduced a video showing McIntyre disrupting the Money In The Bank post-show and attacking referees and RAW General Manager Adam Pearce. He talked about the consequences of actions, stating this isn’t the first time McIntyre has caused trouble. He declared himself as the consequence of McIntyre’s actions and mentioned that McIntyre failed to keep his promise of leaving Money In The Bank as World Heavyweight Champion. Punk said he promised to prevent that from happening and kept his word, unlike McIntyre. He revealed he was fined $25,000 for his actions at Money In The Bank, while McIntyre was fined $50,000. Punk demanded Pearce lift McIntyre’s suspension so he can confront him, whether in the ring, in the parking lot, or in the crowd.

Seth Rollins’ music played, and he joined Punk at the announce desk, mocking Punk by inviting him into the ring and asking if he’s afraid of being beaten. Punk slowly entered the ring and reminded Rollins of their last encounter, warning him to choose his words carefully. Rollins questioned why actions have consequences for everyone except Punk and asked why Punk interfered in his business. Punk clarified that he was dealing with his own issues and expected Rollins, as a husband and father, to understand. He mentioned McIntyre wearing a bracelet with his wife and dog’s names on it, apologizing to Rollins but admitting he’s not that sorry since it’s Seth. Rollins accused Punk of always making excuses and gaslighting, calling him the dumbest smart person he’s ever met. He said he was willing to overlook Punk’s selfishness until Punk cost him the World Heavyweight Championship. Seth vowed to prevent Punk from getting his revenge on McIntyre and promised that once Punk is cleared, he won’t be able to mention McIntyre’s name before Rollins puts him back on the shelf. He reminded Punk that actions have consequences and left.

– Rey Mysterio & Zelina Vega vs. Dominik Mysterio & Liv Morgan in a Mixed Tag Team Match will be tonight’s main event. Dominik went to Adam Pearce and attempted to get out of the match, but Pearce won’t let him.

– Jey Uso def. Chad Gable

The Wyatt Sick6 music hit after the match and smoke started coming out. Nikki Cross came out from under the ring again. Gable managed to escape. Cross then gave a package to Pat McAfee on commentary.

– Michael Cole announced on commentary that Pete Dunne’s tag team partner Tyler Bate was injured last week on NXT and will be out of action.

– Bronson Reed def. Pete Dunne

After the match, Reed about to hit Dunne with another Tsunami, but Sheamus made the save and took out Reed. Sheamus then hugged his former tag team partner, but Pete pushed him away. Sheamus was shocked at Pete’s behavior. Michael Cole mentioned on commentary that Sheamus abandoned The Brawling Brutes.

– Damian Priest agreed to give Seth Rollins a shot at the World Heavyweight Championship after he’s done with Gunther.

– Bron Breakker brutally assaulted Intercontinental Champion Sami Zayn. Ilja Dragunov came out to check on Sami. Ilja asked Adam Pearce to give him Breakker tonight and Pearce made it official.

– The Judgment Day (Carlito and World Tag Team Champions Finn Balor & JD McDonagh) def. Awesome Truth (The Miz & R-Truth) & Braun Strowman

– CM Punk met Adam Pearce regarding the Drew McIntyre situation. Punk wants Pearce to end McIntyre’s suspension so they can fight in the ring. Pearce said he’ll schedule a meeting with McIntyre on next week’s RAW and see if Drew is in the right state of mind. Pearce told Punk to stay home next week while he handles this. Punk agreed to stay home and said he’ll work on getting cleared to return to in-ring action.

– Liv Morgan offered to stretch Dominik Mysterio’s leg before their main event match and Judgment Day caught Dirty Dom in this compromising position. You can watch it below:

– We see the VHS tape given to Michael Cole and Pat McAfee. On it, Bo Dallas spoke to Uncle Howdy about the Wyatt Sick6, stating it’s time to set them free. He asked Uncle Howdy if he thinks they are sick, to which Uncle Howdy agreed. Dallas responded, “sick they will be”.

Also during this tape, the Wyatt Sick6 members behind the masks were officially revealed to be Joe Gacy, Dexter Lumis, Erick Rowan & Nikki Cross.

You can watch it below:

After this, Chad Gable approached Adam Pearce outside Pearce’s office, asking him to address the Wyatt Sick6. Pearce said an investigation is underway. Pearce then entered his office, where Bo Dallas was waiting:

– Ilja Dragunov def. Bron Breakker via DQ after Breakker threw a big chair in Dragunov’s face

Breakker continued assaulting Ilja after the match, which led to Sami Zayn making the save. Bron got the upper hand and tossed Sami onto the commentary table.

– Karrion Kross said the old guard is the enemy and must make way for the new guard. Kross said Xavier Woods can make his own legacy and join The Final Testament or end up in the hospital with Kofi Kingston.

– Damage CTRL (IYO SKY, Kairi Sane & Dakota Kai) def. Lyra Valkyria, Katana Chance & Kayden Carter

After the match, Sonya Deville, Shayna Baszler & Zoey Stark attacked Damage CTRL. They are officially WWE’s newest faction.

– Dominik Mysterio & Women’s World Champion Liv Morgan def. The LWO (Rey Mysterio & Zelina Vega)

Since Liv helped Dominik finally pin Rey, Dominik celebrated with Liv and that’s exactly when Rhea Ripley’s music hit and Mami returned!

Rhea went after Liv, but Liv ran away. Rhea looked at Dirty Dom with disappointment and turned down a hug from him before leaving.

You can watch Rhea Ripley’s return below:


        
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