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WWE RAW Live Results: Monday Night RAW Updates & Highlights (5th July 2021)

Catch all the live results from this week's episode of Monday Night RAW!
Updated: 06 July 2021 08:58 IST - Published: July, 05 2021 11:35 PM IST
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Thanks for following along with us, folks. Be sure to join us tomorrow for NXT. 
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MVP's Player's Boot and a spinebuster from Lashley almost gets the pin. Xavier breaks it up, giving time to Kofi to take Lashley to the floor with Trouble in Paradise. Woods follows with a dive, and Kofi rocks MVP with the Trouble in Paradise as well. 

The New Day defeats The Hurt Business via pinfall. 
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Woods makes it to Kofi, who flies almost all the way across the ring to take out MVP. A superkick is followed by the Boom Drop. However, a distraction from Lashley allows MVP to take Kofi down with a clothesline. 
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MVP hits the ballin elbow drop for a two-count. 
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Lashley takes over during the break, and is tearing Woods apart limb from limb. 
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Kofi and Woods take over when MVP becomes the legal man once again. As MVP is dumped to the floor, Lashley tries to check on him. Woods hits a wrecking ball dropkick, and Kofi follows with a big dive. 
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MVP manages to get to Bobby Lashley, and the All Mighty mows through his challenger with ease. However, Kingston is able to avoid the Dominator, laying into Lashley's face with a big kick. 
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MVP, even not at 100%, has the advantage early. However, after taking a few slams, Woods bounces back with a chop block to the bad leg. Woods pulls MVP to Kofi, allowing the former WWE Champion to hit a diving stomp on the knee. 
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Xavier Woods wants to face Bobby Lashley one-on-one, but MVP opts to start things off instead. 
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Breaking news, folks. In two weeks, when crowds finally return to WWE, AJ Styles and Omos will defend their tag titles against the Viking Raiders! Next week Ivar will take on Styles while Omos will make his singles debut against Erik. 
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It's time for the RAW main event! The New Day vs The Hurt Business! 
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Ryker catches Cedric Alexander out of a springboard maneuver, planting him with a uranage slam. He demands Elias tag in, but Elias simply walks away. Cedric faces the wrath of Ryker and is flattened with a Bossman Slam. 

Jaxson Ryker defeats Cedric Alexander via pinfall. 
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Akira Tozawa runs down to the ring and runs into Truth, who nearly pins him for the 24/7 Championship. Tozawa leaves, chased by the locker room. Truth follows, leaving Ryker on his own. 
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Next up, a tag team match. Jaxson Ryker teams with R-Truth to face Elias and Cedric Alexander. Why have they taken away everything that makes Elias special? More importantly, why are Truth and Cedric involved? 
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Flair claims that Ripley is insulting an "injured" competitor, but Ripley knows better, kicking the crutch out from under her. Flair is, of course, fine. They swing their crutches at each other, with Ripley getting the best of Flair. 
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Rhea Ripley comes to the ring, using a crutch to hobble to the ring. 
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Charlotte Flair compares her injury to the NBA losing so many major names to injuries this season. Flair claims she could miss Money in the Bank, which is of course the worst possible outcome. Flair knows that Rhea Ripley can't beat her, and that's why she took her knees out last week. The Queen claims it's something she would've done if someone was better than her, but nobody is better than Charlotte Flair. 
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Next up, we'll hear from Charlotte Flair regarding her "medical update." 
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Styles avoids a Floating Bro, and plants Riddle with a torture rack neckbreaker for a two-count. Great to see him pay homage to his old tag partner Tyson Tomko. 

As Styles sets up to finish the job, Omos and Styles are distracted by the Viking Raiders. Thanks to that, Riddle rolls Styles up for the victory. 

Riddle defeats AJ Styles via pinfall. 
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A Broton connects, and Riddle manages to interrupt AJ's Phenomenal Forearm. Riddle follows with Randy Orton's rope draping DDT. However, he can't capitalize thanks to the injured foot. 
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Back from the break, Riddle is able to avoid the Calf Crusher and catch Styles with a knee to the jaw. 
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AJ distracts the ref as Omos cuts Riddle's leg out from under him. 
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Riddle begins to build momentum but is cut off with a nasty dragon screw in the ropes. Riddle responds with the Karate Kid-inspired Crane Kick, which somehow works. A gutwrench suplex plants Styles for a two-count. Another roundhouse catches Styles, and Riddle counters the phenomenal blitz with a hip toss. 

Another dragon screw, though, cuts Riddle off. 
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Riddle rocks AJ with a roundhouse, but AJ goes after that left foot, sending Riddle right down to the mat. The crafty veteran locks in a crank on the foot, and Riddle is writhing in pain. 
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Riddle's left foot is heavily taped, and Styles is looking to zero in on that target. Riddle manages to avoid a few kicks and escape a takedown.  
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Damian Priest is backstage with Riddle, and after they share a secret handshake, he tells Riddle that he needs to focus on himself. He's got a major opportunity at Money in the Bank, after all. Riddle appreciates the sentiment, and promises to take out AJ with the three most dangerous letters in WWE; RK-Bro. 

Yes, that's five letters. But he was dumped off a ladder tonight so give him a break. 

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