WWE Raw Results (5/14): Reigns Takes Out Mahal, Owens Gets An Opportunity, Three More MITB Qualifiers, More


May 14th, 2018
Live Report by Doug Enriquez for ProWrestling.com


We start with a video package teasing Nia Jax’s challenge to Ronda Rousey for the Raw Women’s Championship


We start the show with the BIG DOG! Roman Reigns makes his way out to the ring. Reigns is once again getting booed out of the building, and you have to wonder how much is muted out with it not being a live show. Graves says it’s a “typical United Kingdom reception”.

Reigns says that last week he was robbed, and this time it was not by WWE management, but instead by Jinder Mahal. He says that if Mahal wants to be more relevant than he ever has been in his career, come and join him in his yard.

Instead of Mahal, Kurt Angle makes his way to the ring, and he does not look happy. He tells Roman that Jinder will not be coming out. Roman asks when Kurt started speaking for Jinder, but Kurt says that he speaks for management, and he says that last week when he denied Jinder Mahal the opportunity to compete to be in the Money In The Bank ladder match. He says that later tonight Jinder will be in a triple threat match against Elias & Bobby Lashley. Roman Reigns says that he should be added to make it a Fatal 4-Way and beat Jinder and then qualify for the Money In The Bank Ladder match.

Kurt says that that isn’t going to happen, and he says that WWE management has made it very clear that Roman Reigns will not receive any more qualifying matches. The crowd is ecstatic and Roman says he gets it, Kurt has a family and a job to do, but now Roman is going to do what he has to do.

Roman marches his way to the back as the crowd chants “na na na goodbye” and he searches for Jinder. He ends up finding Jinder and Jinder throws Sunil Singh into Roman as he takes it to Roman and throws Roman into the wall multiple times. Roman eventually gets the upper hand as he ends up taking the fight back into the arena. Officials end up separating Jinder and Roman as Jinder barely escapes, still safe for now…


Owens looks to strike first as he hits Rollins with multiple strikes, knocking Rollins to the ground. He picks up Rollins in the corner and hits Rollins with multiple punches to the midsection. Owens tosses Rollins into the corner, but Rollins bounces off and hits Owens hard with a clothesline. Owens rolls to the outside and he doesn’t want to be there! Rollins charges and goes for a suicide dive, but Owens catches Rollins and tosses him against the ring post.

Back in the ring, Owens puts Rollins on the mat and grounds him while digging a knee into his back. Rollins gets up and fights out, but Owens charges at Rollins. Rollins side steps and Owens goes to the outside. Rollins gets to the outside and Owens kicks Rollins and attempts to hit his powerbomb on the ring apron, but Rollins counters and gets out. Both men start to fight upon the ring apron until Rollins HITS A FALCON ARROW TO OWENS ON THE APRON! WOW!

Both men are down and out and the referee is starting to employ his 10-count and both men just barely make it in the ring. Rollins tosses Owens back out and this time he does hit his suicide dive, knocking Owens to the ground. He is not done there though, as he gets back in the ring and full steam hits another suicide dive, sending both men crashing to the floor.

Rollins tosses Owens into the ring, and goes for the stomp, but Owens moves out of the way. Owens hits a superkick to Rollins, but Rollins bounces back with a step up Enziguri, sending Owens off the ropes and back to hit a clothesline, turning Rollins inside out!

Owens climbs to the top rope and goes to hit his senton, but Rollins gets his knees up. Rollins picks up Owens and hits him with the revolution knee, and then he climbs to the top himself, and he goes for the frog splash, but this time Owens gets his knees up. Owens goes to the top, and it looks like he is going to go for the frog splash, but Rollins counters. It looks like Rollins is going to go for a superplex, but Owens turns it into his inside out superplex, sending Rollins crashing to the mat. Rollins smartly rolls out of the ring, and Owens frustratingly follows him. He tosses Rollins back in the ring and as he follows and gets in, Rollins hits the Curb Stomp on a vulnerable Owens to pick up the victory!

Winner AND STILL Intercontinental Champion: Seth Rollins

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