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WWE Raw results

Benjamin Ukpabi



Drew McIntyre entered Raw without any clear idea of who he would defend the WWE championship against at Sunday’s Clash of Champions pay-per-view. McIntyre was set to face Keith Lee on Raw, with a Lee victory securing him a match against the champion if Randy Orton was not cleared for action two weeks after being hit by three McIntyre Claymores.Orton had not been seen since the McIntyre attack, but made a surprise return during the champ’s match with Lee on Monday, attacking with a steel chair. With that, Sunday’s title match is set as Orton confirmed he would not miss an opportunity to once again be world champion and the ambulance match with McIntyre would go forward. But Orton was far from done with his attacks on McIntyre.Read on for a full recap, highlights and grades from all the action Monday night from the ThunderDome inside Orlando’s Amway Center.

Randy Orton strikes back at Drew McIntyre

Drew McIntyre def. Keith Lee via disqualification when he was attacked by Randy Orton. Before his match with Lee, McIntyre said he understands that Lee wants his title and he is sure the two of them will joke about their issues over beers in the near future. But both men came into the match aggressively, with McIntyre immediately trying to score with a Claymore. Lee continued to target McIntyre’s injured jaw throughout the match, delivering a big forearm when McIntyre started to build some momentum and causing McIntyre to continue guarding the injury. Lee would again hit the spot later with a clothesline before yelling at McIntyre, “This is my chance.” Seconds later, McIntyre drilled Lee with a Claymore, but before he could capitalize, Orton ran in and hit McIntyre with a steel chair.

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Continuing the assault, Orton pressed the chair into McIntyre’s jaw following a second chair shot. After McIntyre rolled out of the ring, Orton turned his attention to Lee and delivered a punt. After the chaos, Orton cut n promo saying no one should have doubted that he’d be ready for Clash of Champions given his track record. He then walked to an ambulance parked near the entrance and talked about how many people he had sent to the hospital and the feelings he had when McIntyre sent him on a ride of his own. Later in the show, McIntyre was being seen by trainers when he stormed out to go look for a fight, which would pay off at the end of the next section.


Retribution revealed

The show opened with five members of Retribution in the ring before they removed the hoods from their heads to reveal Dominik Dijakovic, Dio Maddin, Mercedes Martinez, Shane Thorne and Mia Yim. The group then cut a promo stating they had been given WWE contracts and now are able to do anything they want and would tear down WWE and rebuild it in their image. The Hurt Business made their way to the ring to confront the group, only for other masked Retribution members to swarm the ring before a brawl broke out between the two groups. Ultimately, the numbers were too much and Hurt Business was taken out by the now “official” roster members. Later, backstage, Retribution issued a challenge to Hurt Business for a match later in the night. Throughout the night, both groups executed backstage attacks, Retribution on random WWE superstars and Hurt Business on non-lead members of Retribution.

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The Hurt Business def. Retribution via disqualification. The Retribution members were announced as Slapjack (Thorne), T-Bar (Dijakovic) and Mace (Madden). Lashley was the big force on his team, managing to finally take the match over for Hurt Business before locking in a Hurt Lock on Slapjack. As the hold was locked in, Mace walked across the ring apron and punched Lashley to draw a disqualification. The full Retribution forces ran in to attack. This led to Drew McIntyre and the locker room running in to even the numbers. However, during the chaos, Randy Orton attacked McIntyre from behind, laying him out with a RKO to end the show.


What else happened on WWE Raw?

  • Angel Garza & Andrade def. Seth Rollins & Murphy and Dominik Mysterio & Humberto Carrillo via pinfall when Garza hit Murphy with the Wing Clipper. Two of the three teams had more or less broken up on last week’s Raw, while the other was a makeshift tag (Mysterio and Carrillo). Still, a decent chaotic tag match that lands Garza and Andrade in a match for the Raw tag titles at Clash of Champions.
  • Kevin Owens hosted Shane McMahon on the KO Show as McMahon was promoting the Braun Strowman vs. Dabba-Kato fight on Raw Underground. Kato came to the ring only to receive a slap from Owens for attacking him two weeks ago. Strowman then came to the ring and McMahon kept the two from coming to blows when Owens was attacked from behind by Aleister Black to end the segment.
  • Zelina Vega def. Mickie James via pinfall with a backstabber. With the win, Vega secured a shot at Asuka and the Raw women’s championship at Clash of Champions.
  • Apollo Crews def. Cedric Alexander via pinfall with a roll-up. After the match, Bobby Lashley’s music hit and the distraction allowed Alexander and MVP to attack from behind before Shelton Benjamin and Lashley joined in to deliver a beatdown.
  • Dolph Ziggler def. Arturo Ruas via submission with a rear-naked choke on Raw Underground.
  • Seth Rollins invited the Mysterio family to join him as he revealed information. Rollins claimed to have a DNA test that proved Rey was not Dominik’s father — but then switched to saying the test proved Aaliyah was not Rey’s daughter. He then aired footage of Aaliyah checking on Murphy after Rollins attacked him last week on Raw. Rey told Rollins to leave his daughter out of things because she is just 19 years old and “knows nothing about the world,” which caused her to storm off. Murphy would track Aaliyah down later to apologize if anything he did hurt her.
  • Nia Jax & Shayna Baszler def. Lana & Natalya via submission when Baszler locked Lana in the Karifuda Clutch. After the match, The Riott Squad argued with the tag champs before Jax grabbed Lana and put her through the announce table.
  • Riddick Moss def. Erik via TKO on Raw Underground.
  • Asuka def. Peyton Royce via disqualification when Zelina Vega attacked her during the match. Billie Kay was backstage seemingly ready to challenge Asuka when Royce interrupted and instead took the shot, though Royce and Kay insisted they were still friends. Vega ran in and attacked a few minutes into the match, telling Asuka it is “her time” before ducking from a backfist and leaving the ring.
  • Braun Strowman def. Dabba-Kato via TKO on Raw Underground. A slow match by Underground standards ended when a Strowman right hand knocked Kato down and follow-up hammerfists ended things.
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Results of WWE NXT Wednesday, November 4, 2020

Benjamin Ukpabi



Results of WWE NXT Wednesday, November 4, 2020

WWE NXT Results—Wednesday, November 4, 2020
Dakota Kai def. Ember Moon

After her star-making performance last week, Raquel Gonzalez seems out of place just standing ringside during a Dakota Kai match. She’s NXT’s version of Wardlow.

WWE wasted very little time taking the shine off a returning Ember Moon with this shocking results

KUSHIDA def. Cameron Grimes

Matches like this can go a long way in reminding WWE that Cameron Grimes is more than a midcard comedy heel with a funny accent.

The fact that KUSHIDA seems like he’s in a holding pattern tells me the same can be said about current NXT champion Finn Balor. (Results)

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Drake Maverick and Killian Dain vs. Ever-Rise; Pat McAfee Calls out Undisputed Era

Pat McAfee and his new crew received the picture-in-picture treatment for their entrance, right up until they actually hit the ring.

NXT could have found better chum bait than the rising team of Drake Maverick and Killian Dain for this segment.

Pete Dunn’s expression didn’t change throughout this entire segment. (Results)

The promo after this match marks the first time in my life I ever chose a Pat McAfee promo over a Young Bucks match.

Toni Storm def. Shotzi Blackheart

They need to raise the stakes of this Punk Rock-centric match and ban the loser from wearing Doc Martens.

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This match had no business on free TV.

I would have been perfectly fine with the double-countout they teased. Shotzi deserved it.

Shotzi Blackheart looked quite foolish as a grown babyface sobbing over a Fisher Price toy. (Results)

Thatch as Thatch Can—Live Exhibition

All things considered, Timothy Thatcher is really an engaging teacher. I actually learned something during this segment.

Timothy Thatcher’s reasoning that somebody tapping for their lives (during an exhibition!) could be luring him into a false sense of security is as cynical as it gets.

Tommaso Ciampa vs. Velveteen Dream

Velveteen Dream is a big fan of NWO tribute merchandise.

Tommaso Ciampa and KUSHIDA one-on-one has such potential to be a great NXT TakeOver match.

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It’s fair to question whether or not Velveteen Dream will win another match in 2020. Good thing he’s still young, because at this point, Dream may not win for the rest of his 20s. (Results)

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Matchday 3 (first round) UEFA champions league result

Benjamin Ukpabi



Matchday 3 (first round) results

The first round of the Champions League matchday which held on Tuesday November 3rd 2020 had a lot of drama and awesome matches

Here are the matches on the first round of the UEFA champions league matchday 3

Shakhtar Donetsk suffered a 6-0 defeat at home by the hands of Germany’s Mönchengladbach

Lokomotiv Moscow drew 1-1 with Atlético Madrid

RB Salzburg scored first but the champions Bayern Munich came back and defeated them 2-6

Real Madrid beat inter Milan 3-2

Porto trashed Marseille 3-0

Atlanta welcomed former champions Liverpool at their home and suffered a 5-0 defeat at their hands

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Ajax beat Midtjylland 1-2

These are the matches held on the first round of matchday 3

More matches will be held today

Below are the matches of the second round of matchday 3

Istanbul Basaksehir vs Manchester United

Zenit Saint Petersburg vs Lazio

Barcelona vs Dynamo Kyiv

Ferencvàros vs Juventus

Club Brugge vs Dortmund

Sevilla vs Krasnodar

Chelsea vs Rennes

RB Leipzig vs PSG

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Monday Night Raw results 3rd November 2020

Benjamin Ukpabi



Monday Night Raw results 3rd November 2020

Braun Strowman def. Keith Lee and Sheamus via pinfall after a running powerslam on Sheamus. As Lee was setting up for a Spirit Bomb on Strowman, Sheamus ran in and hit a Brogue Kick. That allowed Strowman to catch Sheamus with the running powerslam for the win, qualifying him for the Survivor Series team. After the match, Styles encouraged the team to shake hands and work together, leading Strowman to tell Lee they need to put their differences aside because he wants to win at the pay-per-view. Strowman and Lee shook hands and Sheamus and Strowman hugged after briefly arguing, but Sheamus turned and hit a Brogue Kick, knocking Strowman from the ring. Lee then clotheslined Sheamus to the floor and Styles dropkicked Lee out of the ring next before complaining that the team couldn’t get along. Later in the show, Sheamus approached McIntyre and pitched them joining up again — starting with McIntyre on Team Raw, but McIntyre politely refused the offer. (Monday Night Raw)


Bray Wyatt and Alexa Bliss hosted a Firefly Fun House segment. The two focused on Orton with Wyatt saying The Fiend couldn’t forget what happened when Orton burned down the Wyatt Compound in 2017. Bliss then did a “magic trick” where she appeared to spit blood. Bliss was also confronted backstage by Nikki Cross later in the show. Cross was scared off when Bliss looked up at her with glowing eyes. (Monday Night Raw)

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Jeff Hardy def. Elias in a guitar on a pole match. Elias took a shot to the nose that drew a little blood early in the match and responded by tossing a stool to knock Hardy off the top rope as he climbed the ropes to retrieve the guitar. That only delayed the inevitable as Hardy eventually grabbed the guitar and jumped from the top rope to smash it on Elias’ back and score the pinfall victory. (Monday Night Raw)

Women’s Tag Team Championship — Nia Jax & Shayna Baszler (c) def. Mandy Rose & Dana Brooke via submission to retain the titles when Baszler locked Brooke in the Kirifuda Clutch. Lana came to ringside to watch the other members of Team Raw in the match, drawing the ire of Jax and Baszler immediately. Lana would distract Baszler multiple times, including as she tried to lock Brooke in the Kirifuda Clutch the first time. That allowed Brooke to score a roll-up for a near fall. After Baszler kicked out, she locked in the hold for the finish. | Nia Jax def Lana via pinfall after a Samoan drop. Jax dominated the match, brutalizing Lana from the opening bell and never letting up. Jax finally ended the match with a Samoan drop. After the match, Jax returned to the ring, calling Lana pathetic before the weekly Samoan drop through the announce table.

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Bobby Lashley def. R-Truth via submission with the Hurt Lock in a non-title match. Truth told Lashley that they’re both champions and there’s no need for either man to get hurt. Truth then laid down and waited to be pinned, but Lashley wasn’t having it, scoring a near-immediate win with the Hurt Lock. | 24/7 Championship — Drew Gulak def. R-Truth (c) to win the title. Gulak tried to run in after the match and pin Truth for the 24/7 title, but Lashley slammed him and locked in the Hurt Lock. Lashley then threw Gulak’s unconscious body on top of Truth for the pin.

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The Hurt Business (Cedric Alexander & Shelton Benjamin) def. The New Day via pinfall (c) in a non-title match after Benjamin hit Paydirt on Xavier Woods. The lengthy match began after New Day interrupted a VIP Lounge segment by The Hurt Business. The two teams went back-and-forth until a wild sprint finish that saw Benjamin hit Paydirt to allow Alexander to score the pinfall.

Ricochet def. Tucker Knight via pinfall after hitting Recoil. Ricochet won very quickly, but Mustafa Ali had come to ringside before the match. Retribution jumped into the ring after the match, with T-Bar throwing Ricochet from the ring before attacking Knight. Ricochet was then thrown back in the ring, where Retribution circled him. Ricochet fought back, but the numbers game caught up and Ali told him, “No sin is forgiven, until it is punished.”

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