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WWE RAW Results July 10th 2017, live updates; number one contender match for the Universal Championship announced

Follow our live coverage of WWE RAW right here on Sportskeeda.
Updated: 11 July 2017 08:46 IST - Published: 11 July 2017 08:26 IST
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So, that's a wrap. We've been Sportskeeda, and we sincerely hope you enjoyed our coverage of Monday Night Raw. 
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Before we go off the air, Angle is talking to someone on the phone. He proclaims his love for that person and invites them to appear on the next episode of Raw in order to clear up the controversy. Is the General Manager of Raw dipping his pen in the company ink? ;)
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The Lunatic Fringe goes into Stone Cold Steve Austin mode and nails the Miztourage with multiple chair shots and forces them to retreat. 
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The victorious Wyatt then teleports away from the ring. The Miztourage then come out and attack Seth Rollins, who is tapped out at this point. He looks to be in for a savage beating when Dean Ambrose runs in with a steel chair in hand. 
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Rollins attempts to put the match to bed with a falcon arrow, but Wyatt will not go quietly into the night. The Eater of Worlds exploits the Architect's injured eye from last night and hits Sister Abigail for another win.

Bray Wyatt defeated Seth Rollins
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Wyatt has Rollins locked in a submission, but the Architect escapes and attempts to rally. However, Wyatt hits the corner splash for another near fall. There is an exchange of kicks, and Rollins takes the upper hand. He finally nails a tope suicida and follows it up with a springboard lariat for two. 
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Both men are hard at work, and the psychology isn't awful, but this match between two stale characters just doesn't seem to have any stakes despite Booker T's claims to the contrary. Surprisingly, this crowd seems to be enjoying this match. They're particularly generous tonight. 
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Wyatt then uses his entire frame to hit the freight train crossbody on Rollins and get a nearfall. Bray then blocks a tope sucida and runs into the post when Rollins evades him. The Kingslayer then goes to work on Wyatt's hand, which he slams into the steps. When both men return to the ring, Wyatt connects with an uranage slam. 
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Seth Rollins vs. Bray Wyatt:
Both men lock up and take turns forcing each other into the corner. Wyatt attempts a cheap shot to the eye and infuriates Rollins who comes back with a volley of strikes. Wyatt then forces Rollins into the corner and eats a superkick when he attempts a clothesline. 
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Official announcement: Just before Seth Rollins makes his entrance, Michael Cole announces that Kurt Angle will come clean about the text message scandal next week
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Bray Wyatt is up next, and he says a lot of trite mumbo jumbo which basically implies that he intends to defeat Seth Rollins again. 
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It's main event time, folks. Seth Rollins is being interviewed backstage by Charlie Caruso and says that he only interfered at the Mizzies to silence the Miz. He is adamant that he wasn't there to protect Dean Ambrose.
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Cedric tags in Tozawa, who torments Neville and finishes the match with a diving senton.

Cedric Alexander & Akira Tozawa defeated Neville and Noam Dar

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Alexander hits a diving clothesline and a handspring gamengiri, but he is crotched by Neville when he climbs to the top rope. The King of the Cruiserweights attempts a superplex, but Alexander blocks and Neville is now the man who has been crotched. 
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When we return from commercial, Neville is working on a supine Tozawa's leg. However, the Japanese Superstar manages to make the tag. 
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Dar eventually manages to create some space with a low kick and tags in Neville. However, the Champion enters and eats a Frankensteiner for his troubles. Tozawa appears to be building a head of steam, but Neville halts the rally by launching him face first into a turnbuckle. 
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Tozawa tags in and gets a nearfall with a basement dropkick. He proceeds to attack Dar with a few clubbing blows and then stomps a mudhole in the Scotsman.  
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Akira Tozawa & Cedric Alexander vs. Noam Dar & Neville
Cedric and Noam are the first active participants. Alexandre strikes with an elbow and an uppercut. Darr clings to the ropes and then heads right into Alicia Fox's arms. Cedric heads out and is momentarily delayed by Fox, but he returns and continues to attack Dar.
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We then have a tag team match in the Cruiserweight division. 
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When we return, Angle and Graves are together backstage, and they appear to have received the same text message. The Olympic Gold Medalist looks worried and says that he may lose his family and job over the aforementioned message. However, Graves consoles him and says he is confident that things will smooth over. More of this and less Goldust vs. R-Truth, please. 
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Official announcement: Roman Reigns vs. Samoa Joe next week on Raw; winner becomes the number one contender for the Universal Championship. 
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Reigns, Joe and Heyman begin to squabble with each other. Kurt Angle gets fed up and announces a match between Samoa Joe and Reigns. He says that the winner will get Lesnar at Summerslam. He also threatens to cancel the match if there is any pre-match physicality. 
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Joe then comes out to the ring. Lesnar greets him and says, " I kicked your ass last night, b***h". Thank God for Brock Lesnar. 
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Reigns then demands to recompensed with a Universal Championship match at Summerslam. Heyman takes the mic to accept his challenge, but Lesnar simply says, " You don't deserve s**t, b***h". What a bad ass!!!
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As Reigns enters the ring, Angle berates him for his attempted murder of Braun Strowman. However, Reigns will not back down and says that he did everybody a favour. 
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Lesnar and Heyman attempt to leave when the Big Dog's music begins to play. 
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However, Heyman interjects and tells the Olympic Gold Medalist that he and his client don't do creative meetings in public. Heyman then chides Angle for not being a published General Manager. 
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Angle calls back to the main event of WrestleMania 19 and commends Lesnar on his victory at Great Balls of Fire. He then tells Heyman that he has plans for Lesnar at Summerslam. 
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Angle then says that the show must go on and introduces the WWE Universal Champion, Brock Lesnar. The Beast Incarnate makes his entrance to a raucous ovation. 
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Angle says that Great Balls of Fire was a success, but he admits that things got out of hand. He says that Strowman refused medical attention and stumbled out of the arena on his own accord. So, this was the update?
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The toilet break is over as the General Manager of Monday Night Raw, Kurt Angle, is on his way to the ring. 
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The two veterans then decide to take things home. R-Truth hits the scissors kick, but he cannot put Goldust away. The Bizarre One eventually recovers and claims the victory with a Final Cut. 
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This dour affair continues, and you can hear crickets chirping. Well, you could if it weren't for the lone R-Truth fan in attendance. 
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During the course of this match, Goldust's former tag team partner Booker T says that Goldust is one of the greatest technicians in the history of professional wrestling. Good Lord! What is happening to this business?
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The battle of the geriatrics is well and truly underway as Truth takes the initiative and brings the fight to Goldust. He attempts the corner punches but is foiled. Goldust then comes back with a few chops to the chest and a knee drop. 
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He gets a couple of cheap pops before Goldust makes his way to the ring. Who needs Austin vs. The Rock when you have R-Truth vs. Goldust. This is wrestling!!!!!
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If you were expecting Kurt Angle to make his announcement next, we'd advise you to take a toilet break because R-Truth is out instead. 
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We then get a recap of the ambulance match, and the announcers plug a Kurt Angle announcement about Braun Strowman's health. 
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This feud between two geriatrics sure isn't putting butts in seats. 
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We get another one of Goldust's vignettes. He says that the audience is going to get the sequel to Shattered Truth. When will WWE realise that the wrong Rhodes brother is on their books?
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It's important to note that Bayley beat the Raw Women's Champion, Alexa Bliss, on this occasion. Does this mean that she is going to be inserted into the title picture?