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WWE RAW Results: Everything that happened on the show (06/11/23)

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WWE RAW on November 6, 2023, at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, was a night packed with action and surprises, following the aftermath of WWE Crown Jewel.

Fans witnessed a #1 Contender’s Fatal 4-Way Match, a Women’s Battle Royal, and a World Heavyweight Championship match that had the audience on the edge of their seats.

The Opening Act: Rollins and Zayn Set the Stage

The evening kicked off with World Heavyweight Champion Seth “Freakin” Rollins addressing the crowd, basking in the glory of his title retention at Crown Jewel.

However, the champion shifted focus to express gratitude towards Drew McIntyre for his integrity and Sami Zayn for his unexpected assistance.

Zayn, who had thwarted Damian Priest’s Money in the Bank cash-in attempt, was invited to the ring by Rollins.

In a surprising turn of events, Rollins offered Zayn a shot at the World Heavyweight Championship. Zayn, taken aback, insisted on facing a fully fit Rollins, but the champion was adamant. The challenge was set for the same night, much to the delight of the fans.

WWE RAW Results: The Judgment Day’s Locker Room Tensions

Backstage, the Judgment Day faction was in disarray. Damian Priest, visibly upset over the loss of his Money in the Bank opportunity, confronted his stablemates.

Despite the tension, the group prepared to face The New Day in the ring.

Tag Team Turmoil: The New Day vs. The Judgment Day

In a non-title tag team match, The New Day’s Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods took on the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions, Judgment Day’s Finn B├ílor and Damian Priest. The match was a high-octane affair, with both teams showcasing their athleticism and teamwork.

Ultimately, Judgment Day emerged victorious, further establishing their dominance in the tag team division.

Nakamura’s Striking Victory

“The King of Strong Style” Shinsuke Nakamura faced Akira Tozawa in a singles match that displayed Nakamura’s striking prowess.

Despite Tozawa’s resilience and impressive offense, Nakamura secured the win with a devastating Kinshasa.

The #1 Contender’s Fatal 4-Way Match

The Miz, “Big” Bronson Reed, Ivar, and Ricochet clashed in a Fatal 4-Way Match to determine the next challenger for Gunther’s WWE Intercontinental Championship.

The match was a thrilling encounter, with each competitor showcasing their unique styles. In a controversial finish, The Miz managed to secure the pinfall victory, earning a title shot at Survivor Series.

Women’s Battle Royal

The night also featured a Women’s Battle Royal to determine the next challenger for the Women’s World Championship. The match was a showcase of the RAW women’s division’s talent and determination.

The winner, Zoey Stark, set the stage for a highly anticipated match at Survivor Series against Rhea Ripley.

Main Event: Rollins vs. Zayn

The main event saw Seth Rollins defending his World Heavyweight Championship against Sami Zayn. The match was a testament to both competitors’ skills and passion for the sport.

After a gruelling battle, Rollins managed to retain his title, but not without a show of respect for his challenger, Zayn.

FAQ

  • Who won the #1 Contender’s Fatal 4-Way Match?
    • The Miz won the match, becoming the #1 Contender for the WWE Intercontinental Championship.
  • Did any titles change hands during this edition of RAW?
    • No titles changed hands during this show.
  • What was the outcome of the Women’s Battle Royal?
    • The Battle Royal determined the next challenger for the Women’s World Championship, setting up a match for Survivor Series.
  • Was there any interference in the World Heavyweight Championship match?
    • The match between Rollins and Zayn was a clean contest without interference.
  • What is next for The Judgment Day after their match with The New Day?
    • The Judgment Day will continue to assert their dominance in the tag team division and pursue their collective goals.
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