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WWE RAW Results, July 24 2017, Live Updates and Commentary, epic Raw debut, Universal Championship match for Summerslam announced

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Updated: 25 July 2017 08:44 IST - Published: 25 July 2017 08:42 IST
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That's a wrap for our coverage of Monday Night Raw. Stay tuned to Sportskeeda for all of your professional wrestling needs.
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After the match, Rollins offers Ambrose a fist bump, but the Lunatic Fringe leaves him hanging. 
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The Miz then makes a subtle tag and hits Ambrose with the Skull Crushing Finale, but Rollins breaks up the pin. Bo Dallas suffers a nasty blow to the face and could have a concussion. Ambrose and Rollins then hit suicide dives at the same time. The Miz and Ambrose jostle for position when Rollins connects with a springboard knee on the IC Champion. This leaves The Miz prone for Dirty Deeds, and that's all she wrote.

Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins defeated The Miztourage
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Rollins shows a few signs of life, but The Miz puts him on his back with a DDT. He then starts to connect with the "it" kicks. Rollins ducks one and attempts a roll-up, but it isn't enough. Rollins finally makes the hot tag while Bo Dallas becomes the legal man for his team. The Lunatic Fringe runs riot and all hell breaks loose.  
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Rollins is in peril as we return and is desperately hoping to give Dean Ambrose the hot tag. With the referee distracted, the other members of The Miztourage pummel Rollins. The Miz taunts Ambrose, who is on the apron and tags in Axel. Curtis grounds Rollins and starts talking trash. Bo Dallas then has a few moments in the sun before tagging in The Miz.  
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Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins vs. The Miztourage
Ambrose and The look set to start, but the IC Champion retreats and tags in Axel. Rollins tags himself in, but the heels grind on him and isolate him. However, the Architect fights back with a sling blade and tags in Ambrose. The former Shield Brothers decide to function as a unit and begin to decimate The Miztourage as we cut to commercial. 
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We get a backstage segment where The Miz is trying to motivate his troops. He lambasts Rollins for trying to reboot The Shield and vows to destroy his opponents tonight.  
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The Club are on top when we return, and they are running wild on The Revival. However, The Hardy Boyz music starts to play, and this is enough of a distraction for The Revival to hit the Shatter Machine and win. After the match, The Hardy Boyz destroy Dawson and Wilder, but The Revival escape before Jeff Hardy can hit the Swanton Bomb.

The Revival def. Gallows and Anderson. 

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Dawson and Anderson start things off. They begin with a lock up that breaks in the corner.  Dawson shoves Anderson, who responds with a slap. The Revival then double team Anderson. The Revival use the referee to distract Gallows. We cut to commercial as Anderson clothesline both men over the rope. 
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The Revival ask Caruso to leave and start singing their own praises. They even claimed that Cass ditched Enzo because of their presence. Gallows and Anderson, who we shall refer to as the Club, come out to interrupt. They display a few babyface characteristics and set-up a match with The Revival. 
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Charly Caruso is in the ring, and she invites the Revival — who defeated The Hardy Boyz last week — to come out.  
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Jason Jordan vs. Curt Hawkins
Monday Night Raw's favourite jabroni, Curt Hawkins, doesn't get an entrance. There is a shot of Kurt Angle watching from backstage. Not much to take away from this one. Jordan pulls down his straps and goes berserk. He pins Hawkins after hitting a popup neckbreaker.

Jason Jordan def. Curt Hawkins 
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Curt Hawkins is being interviewed backstage. He says that he's on jobber duty for Jason Jordan tonight. 
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After the match, Bayley and Alexa Bliss have a staredown. It looks like there won't be a heel turn tonight. 
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The crowd gives them a massive ovation as they struggle to get up to their feet. There is an exchange of strikes which Bayley wins with a spinning elbow. Banks connects with a knee to the face and ascends to the top rope. Bayley attempts a superplex to no avail. Banks emulates her hero Eddie Guerrero and launches herself in an attempt to hit a Frog Splash, but the Hugger reverses and pins Banks. What a match!!!

Bayley def. Sasha Banks
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When we return from commercial, Banks has Bayley in a headlock. However, Bayley comes back and hits a cutter for a nearfall. Banks isn't done, and she locks in the Bank Statement. A tremendous sequence ensues as both women jostle for position. There is a tremendous spot where both competitors look at each other and trade stiff shots. Bayley hits a running knee, but Banks comes back with a shining wizard.   
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Both women trade holds, but Bayley appears to be getting the upper hand. She puts Banks in a corner and hammers away. However, she is foiled in an attempt to hit a big move from the top rope. We then cut to commercial.
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Banks swaggers her way down to the ring, and there is no question that Washington DC would rather see her win tonight. Alexa Bliss is on commentary; the Champion is certainly attracting the attention of both the competitors in this match. We're heading for a triple threat match at Summerslam. You heard it here first, folks !!!
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Bayley vs. Sasha Banks; winner faces Alexa Bliss for the Raw Women's Championship at Summerslam
Bayley comes out first. It's almost incredible that she is nowhere near as popular as she was six months ago. 
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Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins are bickering about their upcoming handicap match against the Miztourage. Even though these two were a part of one of the greatest factions in WWE history, they just cannot display any chemistry.
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Jason Jordan is backstage with Renee Young. Jordan might be involved in one of Raw's central storylines, but he has the mic skills of a door knob. 
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Bayley and Banks are backstage. It looks like the comments of Alexa Bliss have gotten to them. 
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Tozawa then gets on the mic and calls out Arya Daivari. However, he is greeted by Neville, who proceeds to mock him for signing with Titus Worldwide. Tozawa has heard enough, and he lays Neville out with the senton. He starts to sell his injured shoulder when Arya Daivari comes out and decapitates both Neville and Tozawa. A total flub of a segment, but Neville is a tremendous performer. He is too good for this division. 
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Akira Tozawa is being interviewed by Charly Caruso when Titus O' Neil interrupts and tells him that his match has been cancelled. Tozawa is distraught and goes to the ring anyway.
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Nia Jax vs. Emma
Emma claims to have started the  Women's Revolution, but she is no match for Nia Jax. This is like a boy scout defending himself against a grizzly bear. Jax secures the victory with something resembling a standing moonsault. Is this a new finisher?

Nia Jax def. Emma
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Alexa Bliss is backstage with Renee Young. She promises that Bayley and Sasha Banks will no longer be friends after tonight. 
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He then taunts The Big Show and puts the boots to him in the corner. 
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When Cass continues to demolish Enzo after the match, The Big Show comes out to even the odds. Cass holds Enzo hostage and uses him as bait to lure the World's Largest Athlete. He surprises Show with superkick and inflicts more pain on him with a flurry of Empire Elbows.    
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Enzo Amore vs. Big Cass
This isn't much of a contest. Cass gives Amore a prolonged beating and puts him away with a big boot.

Big Cass def. Enzo Amore
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Enzo Amore then makes his way to the ring and cuts his usual pre-match promo, which has now lost all of its charm. There is only so much poor spelling that a man can take. The Big Show gave Enzo some advice before the match. 
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Renee Young is interviewing Kurt Angle and asking him about his relationship with Jason Jordan when Emma interrupts. She is unhappy with the status quo and demands a greater share of the spotlight. When Angle doesn't appear to be receptive to her demands, she threatens to date Jason Jordan to try and get Angle's attention. The Olympic Gold Medalist doesn't appear to be pleased; he feeds her to Nia Jax under the pretext of giving her an opportunity to prove herself.    
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Balor decides to put Samson out of his misery. A running dropkick in the corner is followed by a Coup de Grace. That's all she wrote, folks!!!! Not a shabby effort from both men. Wait a minute. That's Bray Wyatt. The Eater of Worlds nails Finn Balor before the Irishman can secure the victory. Wyatt then watches as Samson covers Balor and picks up the victory. Typical 50-50 booking from WWE. Why can't they just put Balor over?

Elias Samson def. Finn Balor
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There is a pretty cool spot where Samson gets caught in the apron and Balor is just hammering away at him. Balor then gets his revenge by destroying the Drifter with chair shots. Washington DC cannot get enough!!!
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Samson is after Balor like a dog with a bone. He almost gets a pinfall with a shoulder breaker and then sets up a chair in the corner. However, he won't get a chance to use it as Finn Balor reverses and throws him head first into the cold steel. Balor begins to pummel Samson. 
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