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WWE Raw Results: Live Updates & Must-See Highlights – 10/23/17

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WWE Monday Night Raw is live from the Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore, Maryland. The WWE Universe is back from an incredible TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs pay-per-view. Tonight’s show starts off with Raw General Manager Kurt Angle, who returned to the ring last night in the main event. He has news for the upcoming Survivor Series pay-per-view. Let’s get right to the Olympic gold medalist…


WWE Monday Night Raw Viewing Details

Date: Monday, October 23, 2017
Time: 8:00 P.M. EST
TV Channel: USA
Location: Royal Farms Arena (formerly Baltimore Arena), Baltimore, Maryland
Online: USA
Mobile: USA Now


Kurt Angle starts off tonight’s Raw

Angle has news for Survivor Series. It’ll be a “champion vs. champion” pay-per-view: U.S. Champion vs. IC Champion, Raw Women’s Champion vs. SmackDown Women’s Champion, Raw Tag Team Champion vs. SmackDown Tag Team Champion, and of course: WWE World Champion vs. WWE Universal Champion.

The Miz comes out with his goons: Sheamus, Cesaro, and Curtis Axel. They try to intimidate Kurt Angle, but out comes his back up: The Shield (Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose).

The Shield even the odds. Angle announces a match coming up next: The Miz and The Bar vs. The Shield and AJ Styles.


The Miz and The Bar (Sheamus & Cesaro) vs. AJ Styles and The Shield (Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins)

AJ Styles makes his mark on the Monday Night Raw roster as he leads his team to victory, pinning Cesaro following a Phenomenal Forearm.

AJ Styles and The Shield defeat The Miz and The Bar

Post-Match: Kane arrives and attacks Styles and The Shield. The Bar and Miz join in on the assault and stomp out their opponents.


Kane says he’s Raw‘s Only Monster

Kane helped take Braun Strowman at last night’s TLC: Tables, Ladders, and Chairs main event. He wants everyone to know that Kane is the only monster on Monday Night Raw. Kane calls Strowman “a pile of trash.” He issues a challenge to anyone in the back who dares to challenge “The Big Red Machine.”

Out comes Finn Balor…


Kane vs. Finn Balor

Balor hits some impressible offense in the early going. But Kane quickly turns the tide and beats Finn ragged. A tired Finn Balor takes the fight outside the ring, and sucks Kane into a drop-toe-hold onto the steel steps. An enraged Kane tries to make it back in the ring, but is hit by a flurry of offense from Finn Balor.

Balor hits a Sling Blade, knocking down “The Big Red Machine.” Balor knocks down Kane again and then ascends the top rope for his Coup de Grace finishing move. Kane moves out of the way.

Kane hits Finn Balor with three consecutive choke-slams before going for the pin.

Kane defeats Finn Balor


Asuka vs. Emma

Emma takes the fight to Asuka in the rematch to their WWE TLC encounter last night. Emma is looking for retribution against Asuka for defeating her last night in Minneapolis. Emma surprises “The Empress of Tomorrow” will a flurry of offense. But it isn’t long before the undefeated Asuka turns the tide.

“The Empress of Tomorrow” grabs hold of victory once more when she locks in the Asuka Lock on Emma, who taps.

Asuka defeats Emma via submission


Alexa Bliss Championship Celebration

Alexa Bliss comes out to the ring to celebrate her championship win at last night’s TLC pay-per-view. Mickie James comes out to join the celebration. Bliss calls Mickie, “a grandma.” Mickie returned the insult by kicking the champion in the gut.


Elias Samson vs. Jason Jordan

Samson and Jordan trade big moves. Jordan controls the match towards the end, sending Elias across the ring with a belly-to-belly suplex. Jordan than lifted Samson on his shoulders and rammed him from barricade to barricade. Jordan tries to take out Samson, but runs right into a guitar.

Jason Jordan defeats Elias Samson


Paul Heyman is in the ring with Brock Lesnar

Paul Heyman talks crap about Jinder Mahal, suggesting that he’s nothing compared to all of Lesnar’s other challenges. He says that Lesnar has conquered the most stacked heavyweight roster in WWE history, while Mahal has barely made it out of each pay-per-view with the WWE Championship.

Heyman tells Mahal that at Survivor Series, “you’re going to Suplex City.”

Heyman reminds the audience the last time Lesnar faced a SmackDown superstar, he broke every rule and regulation of WWE’s PG Era. Heyman emphatically accepts Jinder Mahal’s challenge at Survivor Series.


Triple Threat match to determine the captain for the Raw‘s women’s team at Survivor Series: Bayley vs. Alicia Fox vs. Sasha Banks

Alicia Fox is finally back in the spotlight following the outcome of this match. Bayley and Sasha went at it for the most of the contest, and Fox swopped in to pick the bones and collect the reward. The foxy one stands tall tonight.

Alicia Fox defeats Bayley and Sasha Banks. The Raw women’s team will be Team Foxy at Survivor Series.


Enzo Amore, Drew Gulak, Noam Dar, Ariya Daivari and Tony Nese vs. Kalisto, Gran Metalik, Mustafa Ali, Rich Swann and Cedric Alexander

The segment starts off with Enzo Amore and his ‘Zo Train. Drew Gulak seems to be the deadpan spokesperson for Enzo. The WWE Crusierweight Champion is now the certified G of the division.

Team Lucha Lucha stands tall in the main event. The bad guys seemed awfully shawft tonight. How ya doin’? Insert Cringe from my readers.

Kalisto, Gran Metalik, Mustafa Ali, Rich Swann and Cedric Alexander defeat Enzo Amore, Drew Gulak, Noam Dar, Ariya Daivari and Tony Nese


Raw is Under Siege

That’s right, folks. Commissioner Shane McMahon and the entire SmackDown roster invaded Monday Night Raw and assaulted every superstar in their path.

This means war!

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