WWE Raw Results (2/5): Matches With Elimination Chamber Implications, Competitors Announced For Women’s Elimination Chamber



Finn comes out with the good brothers, Karl Anderson & Luke Gallows, and then The Revival comes out with mics in hand. Scott Dawson tells the crowd that they are the Revival and they are tag team specialists. He proposes that tonight, they make this a tag team match. Wilder says that Finn should choose one of his “Club buddies” to take on The Revival. The Club confers, and they come to the consensus that Karl Anderson will be the one to tag with Finn.


Scott Dawson gets control early, backing Karl Anderson into the corner, and hitting a big clothesline. He hits a shoulder tackle, but Anderson gets up and hits a hip toss on Dawson. Wilder and Balor come into the ring, and Balor and Anderson hit dual clotheslines on Dash & Dawson to knock them out of the ring.

Balor is tagged in and Dash and Dawson take control and keep Balor in their own corner with frequent tags in and out, keeping the fresh man in. Dawson knocks down Finn and gets an arm bar, and works on the shoulder, but Finn is able to fight his way out. Finn tags in Anderson while Dawson tags in Dash Wilder, and Anderson hits WIlder with a big shoulder block, climbs the rope and hits WIlder with a block buster. WIlder tags in Dawson and Anderson tags in Balor, and Balor hits a sling blade and sets up the Coupe de Grace, hits it, and picks up the victory.

Winners: Finn Balor & Karl Anderson


Sasha Banks is backstage watching her match from last week, and Bayley comes in and tells Sasha that she needs to stop watching the video. Sasha says that she needs to prove that she is still the boss, and that she can beat Asuka, and after watching the video, she knows how. Bayley asks her for advice, but Sasha refuses, saying that she is going to keep her tricks to herself. Bayley gets it, and says that at the Elimination Chamber, it’s every woman for herself, just like at the Royal Rumble (where Sasha eliminated Bayley). Sasha says that she did what she had to do, and that at Elimination Chamber, if she is in the match, she intends to walk out as Women’s Champion¬† and then going on to WrestleMania to end Asuka’s undefeated Streak. Bayley says that she is going to end Asuka’s undefeated streak tonight, and Sasha laughs, and asks Bayley if she really thinks she can beat Asuka. Bayley responds by saying that she knows that she can beat Sasha. And if Sasha can beat Asuka, so can she. Great segment!


New 205 Live General Manager, Drake Maverick (formerly known as Rockstar Spud) is on commentary.

Tony Nese and Drew Gulak take quick control of Cedric Alexander, employing quick tags and hitting some tandem offense on Alexander. Nese slows down the pace, squeezing the ribs of Alexander with a leg scissors, but Alexander fights out. Alexander is able to tag in Ali, and Nese tags in Gulak.  Ali hits a big dropkick on Gulak, But Gulak hits an ENORMOUS clothesline on Ali. Ali falls back to get a tag back in to Cedric Alexander. Alexander hits a springboard clothesline onto Gulak, and follows it up with a Lumbar Check to pick up the victory.

Winners: Cedric Alexander & Mustafa Ali

Announced for tomorrow night on 205 Live, Hideo Itami vs. Roderick Strong. Watch that match on the WWE Network, it’s sure to be amazing and follow results here on ProWrestling.com

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