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WWE Raw Results: Bobby Lashley vs Braun Strowman, The Miz’s Reign Begins

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Bad Bunny and Damian Priest continue to celebrate in the ring together. All the randoms without a spot on the card run out looking to chase the 24/7 Championship, but Priest takes them all out one by one. Drew Gulak gets past the big man but Bunny sends him flying over the ropes. Commentary puts over how nobody is taking that title off Bad Bunny while he’s got Priest watching his back.

Randy Orton cuts a promo backstage complaining about Alexa Bliss distracting him last week and costing him a key advantage inside the Elimination Chamber. No mention of how Kofi pinned him with like zero effort though. He claimed that The Fiend was never coming back because he burt him to a crisp. Footage is shown of Bliss and her ritual pentagram from last week. Suddenly Orton starts choking and vomiting up black slime.


Asuka & Charlotte Flair vs. Nia Jax & Shayna Baszler

Asuka and Flair go on the offense right away, taking Shayna out before double-teaming Nia Jax. They manage to double dropkick Nia out to the floor and celebrate as we go to commercial.

We come back to Baszler in total control of Asuka somehow, just trying to wrench her arm out of its socket. Jax tags in and continues to work her over in the ropes. She misses a splash and Flair gets the hot tag, going after Baszler with chops and a big splash in the corner.

Jax takes a cheap shot and tags herself in, but Flair manages to fight back against both and take them down with big boots. She goes after Nia’s knee with a low dropkick, tries for it again but gets scooped up into a savage powerbomb. Baszler back in as she goes to work with rights and lefts, knees, elbows, etc. in the heel corner.

Jax runs around and attacks Asuka, keeping her from making the hot tag. Flair manages to get Baszler in the Figure Four but Jax hits the ring and drops a leg on her throat to break it up. Asuka does finally get the tag and comes off the top rope with a shotgun dropkick.

Jax runs in and takes a trio of kicks. Asuka delivers splashes to both running back and forth across the ring. She sends Nia flying into her own partner and locks in an armbar to Nia, but this time it’s Baszler who makes the save. Flair runs in and accidentally boots Asuka in all the chaos. Nia throws her from the ring and drops a running leg on Asuka to pick up the win!

Winners: Shayna Baszler & Nia Jax

After the match Charlotte attempts to apologize and convince Asuka that she didn’t mean to hit her. Asuka doesn’t care and basically tells her to get lost, in her own way. Flair throws her hands up in the air and leaves.

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WWE Raw Results (3/1): WWE Championship On The Line, Drew McIntyre Battles Sheamus, More!

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RANDY ORTON REFLECTS ON LAST WEEK

Randy Orton is interviewed backstage about the events that have been happening to him lately, and he says he doesn’t know what happened last week. However, he says he does know that Alexa Bliss had a part to play in it. Alexa is then shown where she is playing with a jack in the box, whispering to “bring him back.”


She says before that happens there is something Randy should know. The lights go dark and then a different version of Randy is shown, telling himself that soon he will come face to face and will be made to pay for everything he has done.

WWE CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH
THE MIZ (c) vs. BOBBY LASHLEY

Before the ring announcing happens, The Miz gets on the microphone and tells MVP they need to talk business. He says Bobby has waited 17 years to get his shot, but this isn’t the stage, and he should do it at The Grandest Stage Of Them All.

However, MVP ignores him and tells Mike Rome to do the announcing.  The bell officially rings and The Miz gets out of the ring, grabs his title, and sprints away to the back, leading to a count-out.

Winner (via count-out): Bobby Lashley…however, The Miz remains WWE Champion.

Backstage, Shane McMahon says The Miz pulled a fast one on all of them, and he says they will have a match tonight. MVP says it’s bullshit as he asks Shane if this is how he conducts his business. Shane says he will consider stripping Miz of the title, but Bobby says he would prefer Shane finds him so he can beat the piss out of him.

CHARLOTTE FLAIR vs. SHAYNA BASZLER

Charlotte says the last few weeks have been an emotional rollercoaster, as she says she came back to genuinely be Asuka’s tag team partner. She says she got lost along the way with Lacey Evans, but now she’s six weeks away from WrestleMania and she’s asking who is challenging Asuka.

Flair says she wants to face Asuka for the title. However, Flair notes that Asuka is at home injured and WWE shows footage of Shayna Baszler kicking Asuka in the face, where she lost a tooth. Charlotte says she knows Asuka will come back better than ever, and when she does, she’s going to challenge her.

Shayna says that Charlotte is fighting an uphill battle and she’s an army of one. She says that she and Nia are the most dominant force in WWE and this isn’t the normal Road To WrestleMania that Charlotte is accustomed to. Na tells Charlotte that it will be her or Shayna that goes against Asuka at WWE WrestleMania.

Flair attacks Baszler straight away before the bell, but the Women’s Tag Team Champions take control with Nia hitting a Leg Drop to leave Flair laying before the match begins.

When the match officially begins, it is Shayna Baszler in complete control, dominating with several strikes early on. Flair finally fights out of that situation with several chops and then a fallaway slam for good measure. Nia Jax then tries to get involved, but Flair sends her into the steel stairs.

Back in the ring, Baszler tries to lock in the Kirafuda Clutch, but Flair gets out of the situation, attacking the leg of Baszler as when then connects with Natural Selection.

Winner: Charlotte Flair

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AEW Women’s World Title Eliminator Results: Riho vs Thunder Rosa, Japan Finals

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AEW Women’s World Title Eliminator
February 28, 2021

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Mei Suruga & Rin Kadokura & Hikaru Shida def. Maki Itoh & Veny & Emi Sakura

The heels attacked en masse before the bell and isolated Shida, putting the boots to her. Itoh delivered mounted punches and a headbutt, but ran right into a single-leg dropkick from the AEW champ. Kadokura took a backbreaker from Veny, but came back with a dropkick and locked in a backbend headlock. Sakura broke up the hold, and the heels swarmed her and Suruga, spending the next few minutes working her over with quick tags. She would eventually counter Road to Valhalla from Sakura. Shida got the hot tag and cleaned house. Her and Sakura traded tilt-a-whirl backbreakers, then traded about a dozen forearms each. Sakura hit a spinning neckbreaker and a crossbody in the corner, but Shida caught her with a kick. They did the spot where everyone ran in one at a time, taking each other out with superkicks. In the chaos, Veny lept off the top rope and crashed through Shida out on the floor. Veny and Sakura both hit moves from the top rope into a headbutt from Itoh. Veny with a big sitdown powerbomb for two-and-a-half. Things broke down into a six-way brawl. Shida hit the Falcon Arrow on Veny, but they kicked out at 2.99. She delivered a running knee, and this time it was enough.

The heels attacked after the match, but Shida fought them off and sent them out to the floor one at a time. Sakura took a few shots at Maki Itoh just to work out some frustration on the way out.

Japan Bracket Finals
Ryo Mizunami def. Yuka Sakazaki

Mizunami dominated the early going using her strength advantage, mostly working holds as Sakazaki tried and failed to chip her down to size. Yuka finally took her down with a series of pinning combinations, but was quickly tossed into the corner and chopped a half dozen times. Yuka rolled into a surprise Calf Crusher but let up in the ropes and hit a sliding lariat. Mizunami caught her with a backdrop suplex and a slingshot German suplex before slapping on an Acaconda Vice. Yuka flailed around trying to get free, before reversing the hold into a front-mounted triangle choke. Mizunami fades, but powers her back up into a big powerbomb to break it up. Yuka hit her with rapid fire forearms and a running knee for two. Springboard frog splash gets two. They traded forearms and Yuka nearly got it with a running hurricanrana into a pin attempt. Mizunami hit a big spear, followed by a second spear and a Fisherman’s Driver to get the win.

U.S. Bracket Semifinals
Thunder Rosa def. Riho

Riho snapped off arm drags and a quick dropkick out of the gate. Thunder Rosa fired back with German suplexes and a lariat, hammering away with rights and lefts on the mat. She locked in a nasty submission wrenching her opponent’s neck backwards. Riho broke the hold and hit a neckbreaker and a Tiger feint kick for two. Rosa caught her with a boot in the corner and slapped on a Dragon Sleeper, but Riho reversed with backbend bridge for two. Riho rolled into a double foot stomp and came off the top rope with a crossbody splash for a nearfall. Rosa backed her into the corner and took a breath before delivering a running dropkick and lariat. Seated dropkick gets two. She tried for a helicopter spin but Riho snuck out and kneed her in the face. They battled on the top rope and Riho hung her up for a double foot stomp. Forearm trade. Riho hit a dropkick, Rosa came right back with a lariat. They traded pinning combinations and Rosa caught her!

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NJPW Castle Attack Results – Night Two: Ibushi vs Naito, Tanahashi vs Great O-Khan

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NJPW Castle Attack – Night Two Results
February 28, 2021

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TenCozy (Hiroyoshi Tenzan & Satoshi Kojima) def. The Empire (Jeff Cobb & Will Ospreay)

The Empire jumped the babyfaces as they were taking off their entrance gear. Cobb held them in place while Ospreay dove over the ropes, but they escaped and he took out his own partner. Kojima lit up Ospreay with Machine Gun chops, Cobb charged in but got caught with chops as well. Eventually The Empire were able to isolate Kojima and work him over with quick tags. Tenzan got the hot tag and beat up Ospreay with corner splashes, knife-edge chops and a vertical suplex. Kojima ran in but got double-teamed and dropped with a twisting back suplex. Empire took turns Mongolian chopping Tenzan over and over again until he rallied back and clotheslined both. Kojima tagged in, hit Cobb with the Kozy Lariat, but it wasn’t enough. He blocked the Tour of the Islands and nailed Cobb with the Koji Cutter to win.

CHAOS (Kazuchika Okada & Tomohiro Ishii & Toru Yano) def. Bullet Club (Chase Owens & EVIL & Jay White)

Owens tried to chop down Ishii but it didn’t work so Bullet Club swarmed him. The babyfaces made the save and Ishii ran through everyone, but White sent him into the turnbuckles and went after the injured ribs he targeted the night before. EVIL tagged in for a few backdrop suplexes. Loads of Club shenanigans including outside shots from Gedo and Dick Togo at ringside. At one point Owens slapped on a headlock and they had four guys linking hands in a train to add pressure. Okada got the tag but was quickly swarmed as well. Finally Yano managed to take a few of them out and Ishii rallied with lariats. Okada put Owens in the Money Clip and he passed right out.

IWGP Heavyweight Tag Team Championship Match: Tama Tonga (c) & Tanga Loa (c) def. Hirooki Goto & YOSHI-HASHI to retain

Very good match, right up until the same Bullet Club distraction finish we’ve seen in what feels like every single match on this tour. The challengers got in some early shots on Tanga Loa and even beat up Jado before the match got underway, but Tama made the save and powerbombed YOSHI-HASHI so hard he wasn’t even moving. The referee picked up his arm and it just fell limp on the mat. GoD took turns beating the hell out of him until Goto made the hot tag and suplexed both champions. Goto and Loa beat each other with lariats until they both collapsed. YH came back in because he’s a glutton for punishment, and ran into a Russian neckbreaker. GoD double-teamed with kicks, a punch that I’m pretty sure caught him in the balls, and a neckbreaker combo. Goto tried to make the save but ran into a different neckbreaker combo. YH rallied with forearms and hit Tonga with a headscissors, but Loa dropped him with a flapjack. Dude could get nothing going. Finally Goto got some momentum going, clotheslining them both and delivering spinning heel kicks in the corner. The challengers splashed Loa several times and hit him with a modified version of the Magic Killer where Goto also hit the Ushigoroshi. Tama ran in and took a German suplex, but Loa suplexed him as well. All four guys went down. YH was on spaghetti legs but rallied with dozens of forearms to both champions. Goto blocked a Gun Stun and traded counters with Tama in a tremendous exchange. Loa ran in with a title belt and the ref took it away, allowing Jado to smack YH with a kendo stick. Gun Stun to win.

NEVER Openweight Championship Match: Hiroshi Tanahashi (c) def. The Great O-Khan to retain

O-Khan took things to the floor and bashed Tanahashi into the barricade, then stood on his neck. Back in the ring he targeted the left knee and transitioned between different submissions trying to rip the man’s leg off. Tana came off the ropes with a flying forearm and hit a somersault senton from the second turnbuckle. O-Khan tried to boot him but got caught with a series of Dragonscrews instead. Tana locked in a Texas Cloverleaf in the ropes before stomping on the knee, returning the favor. O-Khan rolled outside to take a breather, but Tana gave him two more Dragonscrews in the ropes, and reapplied the Cloverleaf doing more damage. O-Khan escaped and hit a series of low dropkicks in the corner. He put on the Claw, but Tana kicked at the knee, went for a Slingblade, but accidentally clobbered the referee. O-Khan knocked him out with straight right fist and went for a steel chair, but Young Lion Yota Tsuji took it from him and slid it over to Tanahashi. O-Khan ran head-first through the chair and Tanahashi dropped him with a nasty Slinglade. Diving crossbody found its mark, but he crashed and burned with the High Fly Flow. He hit two more Slingblades, but O-Khan still took his head off with a lariat. O-Khan applied a modified Torture Rack, tried for The Eliminator, but Tanahashi countered with a small package to win.

El Desperado def. BUSHI & El Phantasmo to win the vacant IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Championship

Desperado took down both and suplexed BUSHI on top of ELP. They traded shots and BUSHI went for a dive but crashed and burned to the outside. ELP put Despy on the top rope and leg dropped him, then bit his fingers and literally danced on the top rope while maintaining a wrist lock. That’s a crazy amount of balance and coordination. ELP dove off the top rope to the floor, taking both guys down. He ripped off Despy’s mask and put it on himself, then drilled him with a sick cradle Piledriver on the entrance ramp. That temporarily made this a singles match.  BUSHI caught ELP with a superkick and a dive off the apron. Back in the ring ELP ripped off his shirt and choked him with hit, really taking plays out of his opponent’s arsenals tonight. ELP delivered kicks in the tree of woe before blatantly standing on the man’s balls. He hit a diving splash, but turned to see Desperado limping back to the ring with a new mask on. Despy beat the hell out of ELP and drove him through the barricade with a suicide dive. He tried for a superplex but BUSHI springboarded into a crazy Tower of Doom spot. ELP rallied and hit the Styles Clash on Despy, then the V-Trigger. He even tried for the One Winged Angel, but Despy countered into a Stretch Muffler, really wrenching on the hold. Modified Angle Slam gets a nearfall. ELP kicked him in the face and hit CR2, but BUSHI grabbed the ref’s hand to stop the three-count with inches left. He went for MX, Phantasmo killed him with a superkick, but he rolled out of the ring before he could be pinned. Despy dropped ELP with Pinche Loco, then rolled into a second Pinche Loco for the 1-2-3!

IWGP Intercontinental Championship Match: Kota Ibushi (c) def. Tetsuya Naito to retain

They locked up and quickly took things to the mat, jockeying for position and grappling back and forth. Naito slapped on a wrist lock and used it to get a few nearfalls. He hit a low dropkick to the left knee and just sat on the mat smiling and taunting as Ibushi tried to pop it back into place. Naito applied a Figure Four for quite some time, before breaking it to continue slamming Ibushi’s knee into the mat over and over again. Triangle dropkick in the corner. Seated dropkick. Russian leg sweep. This match was like 99% Naito for the first 10 minutes. Ibushi finally came back with a flurry of forearms and chest kicks, but Naito dropkicked his knee and nearly broke his neck with a DDT. He tried for an Avalanche German suplex, but Ibushi snuck underneath and powerbombed the challenger for two. Ibushi continued to drill him with forearms to the back of the head and hit a deadlift German suplex over the top rope for two-and-a-half. Brutal move. Naito countered the Kamigoye with Gloria. Naito hit one hell of a Destino, but it wasn’t enough. He tried for it again and Ibushi drilled him in the face with two running knees. Kamigoye! 1… 2… NO! Ibushi hit a second Kamigoye and this time it was enough.

After the main event, an exhausted El Desperado came down with the IWGP Jr. title and both the IWGP Jr. tag team titles. He brought up that the champions of the two weight classes usually compete at the annual NJPW anniversary show, but this year challenges Ibushi to put both the IWGP Intercontinental and IWGP Heavyweight titles on the line. Ibushi basically said that Despy sucked the last time they wrestled (that would have been 2014) but he’s a different man now, accepting the challenge.

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