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WWE Raw Results: Winners, Grades, Reaction and Highlights from November 14

Sana Ejaz Khan

    Seth Rollins.
    WWE

    Welcome to ProfessionalPK's coverage and recap of WWE Raw on November 14.

    Survivor Series WarGames is coming up a week on Saturday, so WWE is still in full planning mode to set up the pay-per-view.

    Monday's show featured some buildup, but we also saw some stories addressed that may not impact the PPV too much.

    Seth Rollins battled Finn Bálor of The Judgment Day, Matt Riddle took on Chad Gable of Alpha Academy, and The Miz hosted another episode of his talk show.

    Let's take a look at everything that happened during Monday's show.

Mustafa Ali vs. Bobby Lashley

1 OF 8

    Raw opened with Seth Rollins heading to the ring to deliver a promo. We saw a recap of last week when Bobby Lashley destroyed The Visionary and then prevented Austin Theory from successfully cashing in his Money in the Bank briefcase.

    It didn't take The All Mighty long to join him in the ring and proclaim he would continue to dish out beatings until he gets the U.S. title back. Mustafa Ali came down with a referee because he wanted a match to get revenge for being attacked last week.

    Ali tried to attack him twice, but Lashley was able to fend him off both times. He accepted the challenge for a match but warned him that he would regret it. The bell rang after a break and Ali immediately hit a running dropkick. The powerhouse was sent into the ring post before he picked Ali up and rammed his head into the same post.

    Ali kept trying to make a comeback, but Lashley continued to stop him every single time. He almost looked amazed when his opponent continued to get to his feet, but that didn't stop him from continuing to dish out punishment.

    After hitting a big Spear, The All Mighty applied the Hurt Lock for the win.

    This was by no means a competitive match, but the first 20 minutes of Raw delivered some solid entertainment. The promo from Rollins was fun, Ali looked valiant in defeat, and Lashley looked as dominant as possible. It was exactly what it needed to be even if it had a few sloppy moments.

    Winner: Bobby Lashley

    Grade: B-


    Notable Moments and Observations

    • Rollins is clearly a babyface but still acting as cocky as ever. It's a nice change of pace from babyfaces in WWE always acting like good guys. 
    • When Lashley is allowed to be who he wants, he is very good on the mic. 
    • The spot The All Mighty does when he runs his opponents into the ring post always looks so brutal. It's one of his best moves. 
    • The first tornado DDT attempt did not go well, but Ali hit it flush the second time. 

Tamina vs. Mia Yim

2 OF 8

    Following her surprising return last week, Mia Yim had her first match back under the WWE banner on Monday when she battled Tamina.

    The HBIC was paired with Tamina to prove she could take on a powerhouse like Rhea Ripley. While Tamina may not have had as much success as The Nightmare, especially in recent years, she definitely fits the bill from a physical standpoint.

    Ripley and Dominik Mysterio came out to watch the action, so Tamina was able to capitalize on the distraction. But it was Yim who won out in the end with Eat Defeat.

    This match was short and had a few moments that showed a lack of chemistry between these two competitors. The crowd gave the bout nothing until it began to show some signs of life when Ripley teased a confrontation but backed down.

    Winner: Mia Yim

    Grade: C-


    Notable Moments and Observations

    • Luke Gallows said he is responsible for bringing Yim in because he has a way with the ladies. Who would have thought Festus would be bragging about his prowess with the opposite sex all these years later?
    • Tamina looked good when she tried to hit the Superfly Splash. Sometimes she doesn't get a lot of distance or elevation, but this jump had it. 
    • There was a moment when Yim was going to whip Tamina into the corner, and it looked like Tamina had no idea what to do. 

Chad Gable vs. Matt Riddle

3 OF 8

    Riddle and Chad Gable met for the third match of the night following a brief encounter backstage. These two had several encounters earlier in the year when RK-Bro held the tag team titles, so they may have had some unfinished business.

    Both have grappling skills to spare, so they had a nice technical exchange for the first few minutes. Riddle used more strikes than Gable, but it wasn't his main source of offense.

    While The Original Bro can be obnoxious at times, there is no denying his physical ability. He and Gable are both elite athletes who know how to put on good matches, and this was no exception.

    Riddle began to build some momentum after a commercial break, but Gable was able to use a backslide to score the pin with a little help from Otis holding his feet on the bottom rope for leverage.

    You will be hard-pressed to find a match as proficient and competitive as we saw here this week. Both men brought their A-game.

    Winner: Chad Gable

    Grade: A-


    Notable Moments and Observations

    • The fluidity with which Gable moves is unmatched. Few people have his level of confidence in the ring. 
    • Gable's German suplex off the top turnbuckle looked awesome. Riddle floating over and landing on his stomach helped sell the move, too. 
    • Yelling "Shoosh" and "Bro" at each other was a little annoying, but the crowd seemed to enjoy it. 

Shelton Benjamin vs. Dominik Mysterio

4 OF 8

    After a segment with The Miz, Johnny Gargano and Dexter Lumis, Shelton Benjamin and Dominik Mysterio had a match that was booked after the two had a verbal altercation backstage. Ripley and Damian Priest were in Dom's corner.

    After being backed to the corner, the young star slapped Benjamin and then hopped out of the ring to avoid a response. He tried to attack his opponent from behind, but The Gold Standard quickly regained the upper hand.

    Mysterio knew he was outmatched physically, so he tried relying on dirty tricks to get the advantage. It worked a few times, but Benjamin was not about to go down easy.

    The Judgment Day member was able to use a distraction from his allies to ram Benjamin into the ring post and hit a Frog Splash for the win.

    This match was OK, but it definitely showed off how much work 25-year-old Dom has to do before he is on the same level as someone like The Gold Standard.

    Winner: Dominik Mysterio

    Grade: B-


    Notable Moments and Observations

    • Leave a comment with what you think Ripley whispers to Dom every week. 
    • Benjamin needs to be on TV more often. He's good on the mic, great in the ring and has veteran experience he can impart on the younger stars. He has such much value. 
    • Some of the counters Benjamin used in this match were awesome. He is one of those guys who makes every little thing he does look good. 

Dana Brooke vs. Iyo Sky

5 OF 8

    Iyo Sky of Damage CTRL was in action this week against Dana Brooke. Nikki Cross was with Bayley and Dakota Kai at ringside, but she did not seem super-invested in what was going on.

    As they all made their way to the ring, Cross was just kind of walking around looking up at the rafters. She seemed to be thinking about anything except what was going on in the arena.

    Brooke was trying to take out her frustrations by getting an early advantage, but Sky was able to use her speed and agility to quickly take control. She eventually picked up the win with the Over the Moonsault.

    This was nothing special, really, but Sky manages to stand out for her aerial ability even in the simplest of matches.

    Winner: Iyo Sky

    Grade: C


    Notable Moments and Observations

    • It seems WWE has officially dropped the 24/7 Championship. There was no mention of anyone using the title moving forward. They talked about it being thrown in the trash, so that is likely where it will stay. 
    • Sky's entrance music is so much better than the Damage CTRL theme. She should still use that for singles matches. 
    • Brooke has improved over the years...but not enough. She still looks uncertain of herself at times. 
    • Yim came out after the match to let Damage CTRL know she was turning them down for WarGames because she was joining the opposing team. 

Austin Theory vs. Dolph Ziggler

6 OF 8

    Austin Theory gave a passionate promo about what has been going on with him lately, but he was interrupted by Dolph Ziggler.

    They reignited their feud from a few months ago for a match so The Showoff could see if the former Mr. Money in the Bank has actually changed.

    The former world champion put Theory through a short but physical matchup. And right before the break, the 25-year-old began to show more aggression.

    Both of these guys are known for their athleticism and skill, so it should come as a shock to nobody that they worked well together. Then again, Ziggler works well with just about anyone.

    After fighting out a sleeper, Theory began to punish Ziggler's shoulder by sending him into the ring post repeatedly.

    Despite a close call with the Zig-Zag, Theory was able to hit two A-Town Downs in a row. He didn't try to pin Ziggler, though. Instead, he began beating him down even more at ringside until the ref called for the bell.

    Theory continued to rip apart the ringside area as he unloaded on The Showoff. It took several officials to finally pull him away.

    This might have been the best way to change Theory's character. The match was great and its ending did more for him than a simple win would have done. Let's hope he keeps this serious edge moving forward.

    Winner: Austin Theory

    Grade: A-


    Notable Moments and Observations

    • Theory did not have his cell phone with him, so the selfie part of his gimmick may be gone. 
    • Do you think they both intentionally wore gear with camouflage designs or was that just a coincidence?
    • Nobody sells getting rammed into a turnbuckle better than Ziggler. 
    • Seeing a more serious Theory gives hope that he can be rehabbed into a much less annoying character. 

Baron Corbin vs. Akira Tozawa

7 OF 8

    Akira Tozawa cleaned out Baron Corbin and JBL while playing poker backstage, so when Corbin tried to cheat, the former 205 Live regular challenged him to a match.

    Despite giving up several inches and several dozen pounds, Tozawa was able to get in a lot of offense against The New Wrestling God.

    However, Corbin caught him flying off the top rope and hit End of Days for a quick win.

    The backstage segment leading up to this match was actually kind of funny, but the bout itself only served to illustrate how talented and underused Tozawa is right now.

    Corbin winning made sense from a booking standpoint, but the crowd would have popped big if it had gone the other way.

    Winner: Baron Corbin

    Grade: C


    Notable Moments and Observations

    • Triple H has made so many positive changes since he took over WWE Creative. The one thing he still needs to do is stop letting Tozawa dress like a ninja. 
    • Corbin sidestepping a suicide dive to send his rival into the barricade looked brutal. 

Seth Rollins vs. Finn Bálor (U.S. Title)

8 OF 8

    Bálor and Rollins have fought many times over the years, and they stepped into the ring once again this week with the United States Championship on the line.

    These two are similar in experience and skills, but Rollins had a slight power and height advantage, so he had the upper hand at first. The Prince stayed in the fight by using his speed and technical ability to counter almost anything he could dish out.

    After being shoved into the announce table, The Visionary found himself on defense. WWE gave them a long time to work and they packed a lot into it, so giving a full breakdown would take forever. What everybody should do is take the time to watch the full match because it was as good as you would expect it to be.

    These are two of the most versatile veterans working today. There is an extra level of shine to everything they do, so when you put two guys like that together, it's a guaranteed recipe for success.

    The O.C. and The Judgment Day ended up fighting around the ring as the contest was coming to a close, so there was mayhem everywhere. Rollins used the opportunity to hit a Stomp for the win to retain the title in a fantastic main event.

    Theory attacked Rollins out of nowhere once it was over and ended the show standing tall with the U.S. title in his hands.

    Winner: Seth Rollins

    Grade: A-


    Notable Moments and Observations

    • The Visionary had a brief interaction with Otis and Gable backstage that was way funnier than it should have been. 
    • The crowd cannot get enough of singing Rollins' music. 
    • Bálor is great at not looking like an underdog just because he is smaller than most of his opponents. For some reason, it's easy to take him seriously as a threat to just about anybody. 
    • The way Rollins hit the corner of the announce table looked painful. He sold it well. 
    • Rollins has a great sit-out powerbomb. He lands with his legs already on top of his opponent's arms instead of having to adjust after the landing. 

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