WWE Live Results: Glasgow, Scotland - (November 1, 2017)
Triple H subbed for Roman Reigns and became a member of The Shield
Superstars of Monday Night RAW performed live in front of the WWE Universe at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow, Scotland. Triple H, Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose headlined the event in a Six-Man Tag Team Match against Sheamus, Cesaro & Bray Wyatt. Finn Balor and Samoa Joe co-headlined the event, while WWE United Kingdom Champion, Pete Dunne, defended his title against Wolfgang.
The rest of the card featured a one-on-one singles contest for the Intercontinental Championship, a bout of epic proportions between Kane and Braun Strowman, a tag team match featuring the women of RAW, and much more.
So, without further ado, here are the results of WWE's live event from Glasgow, Scotland.
#1 Asuka vs. Mickie James
The show opened with Mickie James taking on the recently-debuted Asuka in a singles match. Asuka, who came onto the main roster with a lot of hype behind her from NXT, failed to impress the WWE Universe with her debut match.
However, The Empress of Tommorrow resolved to rectify her past performance at this event by swiftly taking down Mickie James. James, a veteran in the business, tried to show dominance but failed against the might of Asuka.
In the end, Asuka won the match by making James submit via the Asuka Lock.
Result: Asuka def. Mickie James via Submission
#2 The Miz (c) (w/ The Miztourage) vs. Matt Hardy for the Intercontinental Championship
The second bout of the evening saw The Miz defend his Intercontinental Championship against Matt Hardy. The crowd welcomed Matt Hardy with loud 'Delete!' chants, and booed The Miz during his entrance.
Before the match started, The Miz cut a promo disparaging the Glaswegian crowd. Both Superstars tried their best to one-up each other, making it seem like this was anyone's match to win.
In the end, The Miz, with some help from the Miztourage, defeated Matt by pinning him after knocking him out with the Skull Crushing Finale.
Result: The Miz def. Matt Hardy to retain the Intercontinental Championship