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*Spoilers* WWE Raw Taping Results, London – May 14

WWE taped this week’s edition of Monday Night Raw from London, England at the O2 Arena. Here are the results:

Mojo Rawley defeated Chad Gable in a match taped for Main Event.

RAW opens with Roman Reigns coming out to a hostile reception. Reigns cuts a promo on Jinder Mahal, which brings out RAW General Manager Kurt Angle. Angle announces a Money in the Bank Qualifying Match for later tonight featuring Jinder Mahal vs. Bobby Lashley vs. Elias.

Reigns heads backstage and finds Jinder Mahal. The two men brawl back into the arena. Roman Reigns lays out Mahal with a Superman Punch before WWE officials break it up.

Seth Rollins defeated Kevin Owens via pinfall with the Curb Stomp to retain the Intercontinental Championship. This was said to be a fantastic match.

Curtis Axel and Bo Dallas, now known as The B-Team, asked Kurt Angle to book them in a match tonight. Angle obliged and told them they’ll be in action later in the show.

Bobby Roode qualified for the Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match by defeating Baron Corbin and No Way Jose in a triple threat match.

Backstage, Kevin Owens demands Raw GM Kurt Angle gives him a rematch against Seth Rollins.

The B-Team (Curtis Axel & Bo Dallas) defeated Breezango after hitting a double neck-breaker on Fandango. The B-Team was very over with the London crowd.

Sasha Banks, Ember Moon & Natalya defeated the Riott Squad when Natalya submitted Liv Morgan with the Sharpshooter.

RAW Tag Team Champions Matt Hardy & Bray Wyatt defeated The Revival when Matt pinned Scott Dawson.

Sami Zayn came out and cut a promo on Bobby Lashley, telling the crowd that he invited Lashley’s sisters to RAW next week to “expose” him.

Alexa Bliss defeated Bayley vs. Mickie James in a Money in the Bank Qualifying match. Alexa scores the pinfall on Bayley after a DDT.

Backstage, Roman Reigns attacks Jinder Mahal again and beats him down.

It’s announced that RAW and SmackDown are coming to Manchester in November.

Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre defeated Finn Balor & Braun Strowman in a tag match. Ziggler gets the pin on Balor after crotching him on the top rope. At ringside, Strowman slams McIntyre through the Greatest Royal Rumble trophy.

It’s announced that Kevin Owens will be filling in for Jinder Mahal tonight. Jinder is still selling the beat-down from Reigns earlier.

Kevin Owens defeats Elias and Bobby Lashley to advance to the Money In The Bank ladder match. Sami Zayn interfered to prevent Lashley from getting the pin earlier in the match. After the match, Elias, Owens and Zayn beat on Lashley until Rollins runs in for the save. Roman Reigns runs out next to help, and it looks like this one is going to turn into a six-man tag.

Bobby Lashley, Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins defeated Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn & Elias in a six-man tag match. Reigns hit the spear on Kevin Owens for the three count to finish the show.

  • jedi

    How dare you have a logical complaint! Your spot on brother!

  • jedi

    Reminded me of Goldberg getting arrested, just cheesey.

  • Just awful

    I’m not saying you can’t like it, but just because you enjoyed the show doesn’t make it a good show. There are still people out there saying Impact is great and 95% of that show is totally unwatchable.

  • mftom

    All you do is complain complain complain !

  • Just awful

    WWE doesn’t get my money, not one cent. I’m not complaining that they had Reigns put Jindar through a wall, my problem is that you could clearly tell that they just slapped up drywall over a hallway instead of putting Jindar through a real wall. I take great umbrage with the way Reigns is getting pushed, first given the Cena push and now the anti-corporate Austin push. If this isn’t the direction they are going with Reigns, then I will admit I am wrong, but this gave me the Austin vibe which is very insulting and just goes to show that these people are devoid of any original ideas. WWE wants to do something with B-team? Fine. But these two have NEVER won a match. You want to kill your quarter hour rating? Put out your two jobber tag teams and put them in a ten minute match. This match should not have gone longer than three minutes. This match goes any longer, people start tuning out. Why did WWE even call up AOP? The last two or three weeks they haven’t even appeared on the show. I am neither pro nor con AOP, but do something with them if they are going to be on the roster otherwise leave them in NXT. I stand by my criticism of the ending of the main event. Ziggler was paired up with McIntyre to get McIntyre over, not for McIntyre to get Ziggler over. Ziggler doesn’t need a pin fall victory over Finn, but McIntyre pinning Finn is a big deal for a new/returning talent like Drew

  • Just awful

    I enjoy wrestling more than most, I just don’t swallow every pill WWE says tastes good. When they do something good, I give them credit. When they give me turds, I call them out on it.

  • I’m not sure you enjoy pro wrestling.

  • mftom

    You sound like one of these idiots that keeps on threatening to cancel there WWE network subscription but never actually does. You sit there and complain complain complain but next Monday night you will be back for more and after RAW you will be back on here and elsewhere ready to complain complain complain all over again.

  • Just awful

    What a turd of a show. The Jindar through the wall spot looked fake as anything. I literally fell asleep during whatever it was that Zayn was doing. And what the bleep is this that they’re doing with Reigns? Pushing him as Cena didn’t work so now they’re trying to push him as Austin? Pathetic! The b-team match went far too long. No AOP on the show. Revival got jobbed out again. Ziggler picked up the pin in his match when it’s McIntyre that needs the rub. How is it that after the Shake-Up made both rosters better, each show has gotten much worse?

  • Richard James

    I went to this event, Elias was super over with the crowd, after the cameras went off and the final dark match finished, Rollins, Roman and Lashley invited Elias in to sing for the crowd as we had been chanting all night for it.