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WWE Raw Results: Winners and Highlights from July 9


This Sunday, WWE Extreme Rules 2018 will emanate from PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh, but Monday Night Raw had one last stop in Boston's TD Garden on the road to that event.

From the highly anticipated clash of Roman Reigns and Bobby Lashley to the final battle of Dolph Ziggler and Seth Rollins for the WWE Intercontinental Championship, Raw had huge matches building to Sunday with tension boiling to an all-time high.

How would Kevin Owens react to last week's embarrassing and brutal attack by Braun Strowman via portable toilet? Would Nia Jax get her hands on Alexa Bliss, and how would the latter react to Ronda Rousey's promise to be at ringside for the Extreme Rules match?

All these questions and more were left hanging in the balance as Raw began, setting up a night of surprises and potential explosions.

Roman Reigns and Bobby Lashley Get into a Brawl



Lashley stopped Reigns on the way to the ring to open the show, asking The Big Dog to call him out.

Reigns obliged once he got a microphone in the middle of the ring. Raw general manager Kurt Angle told them to save it for Sunday, but the two still began brawling.

Angle brought out members of the roster to break up the brawl, with The Dominator getting the better of Reigns until The Guy jumped over the top rope into the crowd of stars, including Lashley.

Reigns and Lashley got in a few more shots before being separated.

   Alexa Bliss and Mickie James vs. Nia Jax and Natalya
2 OF 8



Bliss did everything in her power to keep away from Jax, and it worked as she and Mickie James isolated Natalya.

When Jax finally got the hot tag, though, James was not able to stop her alone and took a military press slam into a running leg drop to give the faces the win.

Immediately after the bell rang, Bliss went on the attack with a kendo stick to the back of both her rivals, but Jax ended up running The Goddess out of the ring and snapping the weapon in half on her knee.

      Bliss did everything in her power to keep away from Jax, and it worked as she and Mickie James isolated Natalya.

When Jax finally got the hot tag, though, James was not able to stop her alone and took a military press slam into a running leg drop to give the faces the win.

Immediately after the bell rang, Bliss went on the attack with a kendo stick to the back of both her rivals, but Jax ended up running The Goddess out of the ring and snapping the weapon in half on her knee.

  Bliss did everything in her power to keep away from Jax, and it worked as she and Mickie James isolated Natalya.

When Jax finally got the hot tag, though, James was not able to stop her alone and took a military press slam into a running leg drop to give the faces the win.

Immediately after the bell rang, Bliss went on the attack with a kendo stick to the back of both her rivals, but Jax ended up running The Goddess out of the ring and snapping the weapon in half on her knee.

Result
Jax and Natalya def. Bliss and Mickie


 Mojo Rawley vs. No Way Jose
3 OF 8


After asking for this match for weeks, No Way Jose came out aggressive in his clash with Mojo Rawley early without making much of an impact.

Mojo threw around Jose with ease. Jose didn't give up as Mojo hit big shots, but El Jefe was caught on the top rope for an Alabama Slam for the three-count.

Result

Mojo def. Jose


Seth Rollins Goads Drew McIntyre into a Match
4 OF 8
Rollins talked about how excited he was to challenge a great opponent such as Ziggler. The Showoff and Drew McIntyre interrupted, with the WWE intercontinental champion talking up how he was made for something like an Iron Man match.

Rollins turned the conversation around by making fun of McIntyre, who lost it, with Ziggler barely able to contain his friend.

The Scotsman challenged The Architect to a match for later which Rollins accepted before escaping the ring just as McIntyre entered.

Matt Hardy vs. Bo Dallas
5 OF 8

Once again, The B-Team made fun of The Deleters of Worlds with their now-signature impressions, but Matt Hardy and Bray Wyatt interrupted to make clear the fun and games were finally over.

It was obvious Matt was driven as he viciously attacked Bo Dallas in their match.

While The Revival watched backstage, Matt tried to suplex Dallas over the top rope to the floor, and Curtis Axel distracted Hardy just long enough for Dallas to hit a dragon screw neck whip to win.

Afterward, the champions attacked the challengers, hitting their signature offense.

   

Result

Dallas def. Hardy

 




 Ember Moon vs. Liv Morgan
6 OF 8

Ember Moon brought the fight quickly to Liv Morgan, who could not keep up.

Sarah Logan helped Morgan get back into the match, but one hard shot right into the turnbuckle allowed The War Goddess to take over again.

Moon dropkicked Logan off the apron and then caught Morgan with a jackknife cover for the three.

     

Result

Moon def. Morgan

Finn Balor and Bobby Roode vs. Baron Corbin and Elias

7 OF 8

    Elias put on a concert before introducing his friend, Baron Corbin, for a special performance.

In the match that followed, the heels took down Bobby Roode using timely tags, with The Glorious One fighting his way to the corner to finally let Finn Balor into the fight.

The Constable tripped Balor, though, to allow Elias to catch him with a running knee and take over again.

Corbin knocked Balor off the top rope, and then a distraction from Elias allowed The Lone Wolf to hit the End of Days on Roode to take the victory.

   

Result

Corbin and Elias def. Balor and Roode


Seth Rollins vs. Drew McIntyre (If He Loses, McIntyre Is Banned Sunday)
8 OF 8


Rollins found himself outmatched for power and unable to get McIntyre down.

It took The Kingslayer a while to finally get momentum going, using his signature offense just to get The Celtic Colossus off his feet. A suicide dive and blockbuster were not enough for three.

Rollins persevered as McIntyre hit his own best shots, including a sit-out powerbomb. The Scot turned a Ripcord Knee into a headbutt and then went to the top rope only to have Rollins turn it around into a buckle bomb.

However, a distraction from Ziggler allowed McIntyre to hit the Claymore for the win.

   

Result

McIntyre def. Rollins

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WWE Raw Results: Winners and Highlights from July 9 Reviewed by Akande Boluwatife on July 10, 2018 Rating: 5

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