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WWE Raw Results: Winners, Grades, Reaction and Highlights from November 21

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    Austin Theory.

    Welcome to ProfessionalPK's coverage and recap of WWE Raw on November 21.

    We are in the final stretch before Survivor Series on Saturday, so most of the segments from this week's show were designed to build and hype the pay-per-view.

    Heading into Monday's show, the final member of Bianca Belair's WarGames team had yet to be revealed, but that didn't stop Asuka and Rhea Ripley from engaging in a singles match.

    This weekend's show will be the final PPV of the year for WWE. That means everyone will be looking to go out with a bang so they are in a good position heading into the Royal Rumble on January 28.

    Let's look at what went down during Monday's show.

The Judgment Day vs. The Brawling Brutes

1 OF 6

    Kevin Owens opened the show with a promo talking about why he joined the WarGames match. He said he is specifically focused on taking out Roman Reigns. He eventually brought out The Brawling Brutes and Drew McIntyre.

    The Judgment Day came out to tell the Brutes and McIntyre to head back to SmackDown or show them some respect. This led to the first match of the night.

    Kevin Owens joined commentary while Rhea Ripley and McIntyre stood in their teams' respective corners. We returned from a break to see the contest had been made official.

    Sheamus and Damian Priest traded strikes until The Celtic Warrior tagged in Ridge Holland.

    Holland took a lot of damage as the opposing team traded quick tags to cut him off from his corner. Dunne was put into a similar position through the second commercial break.

    The O.C. stopped Dominik Mysterio from trying to escape the clutches of Sheamus, so The Celtic Warrior was able to take control of the young star and win with a Brogue Kick.

    Most of the people involved in this match can be considered veterans at this point in their careers and that helped the less experienced competitors look better.

    The pace of the match was good because they were given enough time for everybody to have a few minutes in the ring. Even Mysterio looked better than usual.

    Winners: The Brawling Brutes

    Grade: B

    Notable Moments and Observations

    • The Brawling Brutes and McIntyre coming through the crowd felt like an intentional Shield reference since we just passed the 10th anniversary of the group's debut. 
    • "There's a banger cooking on the stove" should be a permanent catchphrase for Sheamus. 
    • The Celtic Warrior and Priest worked well together. That would be a fun singles feud with some stiff matches. 

Omos vs. Johnny Gargano

2 OF 6

    Johnny Gargano was expecting to face The Miz in the next match, but The A-Lister showed up with his hand bandaged in what was clearly another fake injury. He said he had found a worthy opponent for Johnny Wrestling before bringing out Omos and MVP.

    Gargano tried to mount some offense but was quickly overpowered. The Miz tripped him on the apron, but it didn't stop him from beginning to make a comeback.

    The former NXT champion got Omos off his feet and unloaded on him with a series of kicks to the head. The Nigerian Giant caught him jumping off the top rope and hit a huge chokeslam for the win.

    This match wasn't much, but it was probably one of the best bouts Omos has had on Raw because Gargano makes everything entertaining.

    Winner: Omos

    Grade: C

    Notable Moments and Observations

    • There are a lot of people who probably won't understand Miz's line about owning a cactus in California. 
    • The look on Gargano's face when Omos came out was perfect. 

Mustafa Ali vs. Austin Theory

3 OF 6

    Seth Rollins and Austin Theory each gave separate promos and interviews before the former Mr. Money in the Bank took on Mustafa Ali in the next match.

    Ali still had his ribs wrapped up to sell an injury, so Theory was sure to target his midsection right away with some shoulder thrusts in the corner.

    The 25-year-old had the upper hand for a long time, but Ali turned him inside out with a tornado DDT to give himself a little breathing room.

    Ali hit the 450 splash but was unable to make the cover before Theory rolled out of the ring. After he recovered, Theory hit A-Town Down for the win.

    This was a solid match that helped establish Theory as a dangerous talent moving forward.

    Bobby Lashley appeared on the big screen and told Theory not to move because he would be heading to the ring during the break. They traded some insults before getting into a fight. The All Mighty no-sold a chair shot and chased him out of the arena. Lashley ended up taking out his frustrations on Ali.

    Winner: Austin Theory

    Grade: B

    Notable Moments and Observations

    • When Theory is being serious and not acting like an immature idiot, he is easier to handle. The pre-match promo he gave was decent. 
    • Ali's tornado DDT was picture-perfect. Theory did a great job manipulating his body weight to sell the move, too. 
    • The sunset flip powerbomb they performed in the corner looked great. That's a move that is easy to screw up, but they hit it flush. 
    • Lashley got a great reaction and played into it, so maybe he isn't a heel just yet. 

Alpha Academy vs. Elias and Matt Riddle

4 OF 6

    Elias and Matt Riddle teamed up to take on Chad Gable and Otis this week. The crooner and the Olympian started for their teams with a quick exchange of holds and takedowns.

    We returned from a break to see Gable on defense against The Original Bro. Once Otis tagged in and took over, Riddle was the one fighting to stay in the match.

    Predictably, Elias was able to regain control for his team after a hot tag, but Otis ended up catching him for a slam against the barricade at the same time as Gable suplexed Riddle on the apron.

    Both teams had a few close calls, but Elias and Riddle ultimately scored the win by hitting their finishers on Gable.

    All in all, this was a relatively standard WWE-style tag team match. Both teams had time to shine and the combo of Riddle and Elias seemed over with the crowd, so it wouldn't be shocking if they teamed up for a while until WWE figures out plans for each man on his own.

    Winners: Elias and Matt Riddle

    Grade: B

    Notable Moments and Observations

    • Elias and Gable had great chemistry. The musician is a better wrestler than a lot of people might think because he doesn't always work a technical style. 
    • Gable's northern lights suplex is always a thing of beauty. 
    • The suplex Gable hit on the apron looked painful. Riddle is gonna be sore in the morning. 
    • The way Riddle took Gable out of the ring with a headscissor looked rough. 

Baron Corbin vs. Drew McIntyre

5 OF 6

    Baron Corbin and JBL were playing cards backstage when Drew McIntyre walked in to see what was going on. He ended up punching Corbin in the face and told him to meet in the ring if he was man enough.

    The one-time WrestleMania opponents clashed after two commercial breaks and some filler, but once they got inside the ring, they went at each other hard.

    McIntyre and Corbin are both known for their power and strikes, so there was no chain wrestling to be seen. It was all about leaving as many bruises as they could on each other.

    This match might not have been unique, but it was kind of fun. These guys know how to work together and made sure to deliver a solid performance.

    Considering McIntyre is on the Survivor Series card and Corbin isn't, it shouldn't surprise anyone that The Scottish Warrior scored the win. However, he did so with a small distraction from Akira Tozawa.

    Winner: Drew McIntyre

    Grade: B-

    Notable Moments and Observations

    • JBL's joke about the World Cup almost made McIntyre laugh. 
    • Corbin's theme would work so much better for a babyface character. 
    • Corbin might not have the biggest arsenal of moves, but everything he does regularly, he does well. He just needs to add some new tricks to his game. 
    • McIntyre has a nice Michinoku driver. 
    • The Future Shock DDT did not look good at all. They mistimed it a bit. 

Asuka vs. Rhea Ripley

6 OF 6

    The Judgment Day and The O.C. ended up getting into a huge brawl backstage that spilled out into the parking lot.

    When we returned from a break, the two teams in the women's WarGames match gave some promos before Asuka and Ripley met for a bout. The winning side would get the advantage with entries during Saturday's contest.

    As expected, Ripley and Asuka had a competitive match that allowed both to play to their strengths. The Empress of Tomorrow was all about the strikes, while The Nightmare kept trying to overpower her.

    After some distractions, Ripley was able to get the win with a Riptide.

    This was a solid main event between two of the toughest women on the roster. WarGames should be a lot of fun if this was a preview.

    The show ended with both teams fighting at ringside.

    Winner: Rhea Ripley

    Grade: B+

    Notable Moments and Observations

    • Ripley did not seem to show any damage from fighting Mia Yim backstage. 
    • The Australian has improved so much since joining WWE. Seeing her go from the young girl in the Mae Young Classic to one of the most badass Superstars in the entire company has been so much fun to watch. 
    • The way Ripley had the ankle lock applied looked legitimately painful. She had Asuka's ankle bent in a weird way. 


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