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WWE RAW Results, Live Updates, Highlights & Commentary online from Monday Night RAW before Clash of Champions at MSG (9th September 2019) | King Of The Ring 2019|

What will happen when Stone Cold Steve Austin comes to RAW in MSG before Clash of Champions?
Updated: 10 September 2019 11:31 IST - Published: 10 September 2019 11:30 IST
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After All Out, everyone was questioning why Chris Jericho became the AEW Champion. Find out right here. 
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Ever wondered what changes are coming to NXT after the move to USA Network? Find out here!
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So... here are your results, my friends:

Cedric Alexander defeats AJ Styles by DQ
Charlotte and Becky Lynch defeated Bayley and Sasha Banks
Rey Mysterio defeated Gran Metalik 
Baron Corbin defeated Ricochet and Samoa Joe
Natalya defeated Lacey Evans
Seth Rollins, Braun Strowman, Cedric Alexander and The Viking Raiders defeated Dolph Ziggler, Robert Roode, and The O.C.

All in all a really fun show. Not sure how hyped I am for Clash of Champions, but I'm glad I watched the whole three hours.
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Steve Austin tosses beers to all of the winning team's members and Rollins and Strowman are friends again.

Team Rollins/Strowman defeats Team OC
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Ziggler makes the tag and goes for the Famous-er on Rollins, who counters it, and eventually tags in Braun, who is now just punching everybody not on his team.

He gets sent into the ring post, but not before he tags in... I think that's Erik? Yeah, Erik. And The Viking Raiders go to town.

Stuff happens and CEDRIC ALEXANDER HITS AJ WITH THE LUMBAR CHECK AND GETS THE PIN AND HERE COMES STEVE AUSTIN AN CAN I TAKE A BREATH PLEASE GEEZ
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We're back from break and Rollins is on the receiving end of a Karl Anderson beatdown which, let's be honest, is at least 35% worse than a normal beatdown.
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Uh oh, Braun and Seth are arguing as we go into commercial. 

This will end well, I'm sure.
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Cedric pulls a reversal and gets the hot tag to Rollins, who is now cleaning house. 

Now we're doing that "every member of the team hits another member of the other team with a move one at a time" spot that matches these size usually have. 

There's probably a better name for that spot.
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"Robert" Roode just sounds weird.

Also, Graves points out that most of Roode's success in his career has been "as part of a tag team". That's an interesting reference.
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And WE'RE BACK, and Cedric has Anderson on the ropes, before AJ tags in and gets the upper hand. 

AJ gets all cocky and stuff, and Cedric pulls a reversal, but can't capitalize and soon the bad guys have the upper hand.

Gallows is working especially hard on Cedric's injured arm.
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Rollins tags in Ivar of the Viking guys, both Viking guys double team on Ziggler, and soon everybody is in the ring and EVERYTHING IS GOING BANANAS AND oh hey it's a commercial.
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Rollins and Ziggler start this match off after some discussion between Rollins and Alexander.
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Seth's partners are already in the ring as he makes his entrance. Shakes hands with Braun. That's not going to come back to be a plot point.

Well, think about that later, because here comes Roode/Ziggler and the OC.

Seth Rollins, Braun Strowman, Cedric Alexander and The Viking Raiders vs Dolph Ziggler, Robert Roode, and The O.C.
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"See you in hell!"

Oh sweet Moses, what are WWE doing with Bray Wyatt and how can it be this awesome?

We're heading into break and up next is the 10-man tag match.
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"Strangers are just friends you haven't made yet"
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Nothing I can say can properly describe this segment or do it justice. I will post a video later.
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Ok, everybody shut up. Firefly Funhouse is on!
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As we come back from break, we're treated to former Knicks center Enes Kanter pinning R-Truth for the 24/7 Championship (and playing the heel card by showing off his Celtics jersey) before Truth rolls him up for the pin.

Good segment for the local fans.
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How many different low cost mobile phone service resellers advertise during Raw, anyway?
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Natalya slaps on the Sharpshooter, getting the submission win...

Result: Natalya defeats Lacey Evans

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which is good for her? I guess?

And the crowd pops louder for the announcement that Firefly Funhouse is next than they did during that entire match.
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Evans gets the upper hand, even using the skirt on the ring apron to basically smother Natalya, a corner sit-down splash to get a 2-count pin, as Graves calls the Statute of Liberty "that nasty on Ellis Island" and suggests they put a statue or Lacey instead.

We do not deserve Corey Graves.
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Natalya is all fired up and "letting her temper get the best of her" and she begins to wail away at Evans. Renee likes it when "this" Natalya comes to the ring. Corey seems to be taking this all very personally.

The MSG crowd is chanting something I can't make out, but I'm sure it's classy.
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WWE is up for "Favorite Show" at the People's Choice Awards.

That's all. That's all I'm going to say.
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Natalya vs Lacey Evans
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Tomorrow, on SmackDown, we'll see who Corbin takes on in the KOTR finals, when Chad Gable takes on Elias to see who moves on on the SDLive side.

And here's Lacey Evans for some reason. Oh, wait, she has a match.
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Ricochet breaks out of the Coquina Clutch to nail the Recoil, then hits his flippy senton move.

Corbin is all like "nuh uh" and throws Ricochet out of the ring and pins Joe himself.

Result: Baron Corbin defeats Samoa Joe and Ricochet to advance to the KOTR finals.
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After a series of blows, Corbin nails Ricochet with a Deep Six. He goes for the pin, but Joe breaks it up by pulling him out of the ring and slapping the Coquin...cokin...Coc... slapping a sleeper hold on him.

And for some reason, Ricochet breaks it up with a Shooting Star Press on the two, even though Joe putting Corbin out of commission would have helped both Joe AND him.
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Ricochet and Corbin now in the middle ring, trading blows. Until a big boot by Corbin puts Ric' on the ground.
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Joe has Ricochet on the top turnbuckle, much like last week, going for a superplex or... something but Corbin breaks it up.

One kerfuffle later and everyone is on the mat, especially after a GORGEOUS, desperate superkick by Ricochet on Joe.
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Joe goes for the pin on Corbin but Ricochet breaks the pin attempt. Corbin is on the floor while Ric' and Joe go at it.

Joe scoops Ricochet up for a powerslam and goes for the pin. Ricochet kicks out. Joe is mad.
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We're back from break, and the crowd is no nicer to Corbin, and Ricochet is still... sort of... in control. Until Corbin throws him into the ring post anyway. Graves makes a Thanos reference. Joe has had enough of this nonsense and just starts destroying everybody. 

No, wait, Corbin is punching Joe and the announcers mention Corbin's Golden Glove award.
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Ricochet starts the match by attacking both Corbin and Joe. Corbin ducks out of the ring. Joe clotheslines Ricochet from behind while Ricochet is doing the whole "what up with that?" to Corbin. Ricochet eventually clears the ring, nailing both Corbin and Joe with all sorts of his "Vintage Ricochet" moves. The crowd really hates Corbin, Renee Young is really made at Corey Graves, and WWE Raw heads to another commercial.
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As WWE's resident superhero, Richard O'Shea, heads to the ring, we're reminded of what exactly happened to cause this match to be a Triple Threat Match.
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Back from break, and Barton Corbin is already in the ring. Just waiting on the One and Only now.
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