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WWE Raw Results: Winners, Grades, Reaction and Highlights from January 9

Ayzal Khan

    Welcome to ProfessionalPK's coverage and recap of WWE Raw on January 9.

    Following her brutal attack on a referee and Bianca Belair during last week's Raw Women's Championship match, Alexa Bliss tried to explain her action.

    Austin Theory was able to retain his U.S. title last week against Seth Rollins, so this week was all about looking toward his future.

    With The Royal Rumble fast approaching on January 28, we also saw more developments designed to build the pay-per-view.

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

Kevin Owens vs. Baron Corbin

1 OF 5

    Kevin Owens came out at the top of the show and began to talk about how he will face Roman Reigns at the Royal Rumble, but he was interrupted by JBL almost immediately. This led to Baron Corbin coming out to take on KO in a match.

    The poker aficionado took control early, but Owens is rarely one to let his opponents keep the upper hand for long. He eventually made Corbin hit his shoulder into the ring post before the show cut to a break.

    While this match had good energy and lacked any major mistakes, it felt very paint-by-numbers. Nothing about it really stood out as memorable. It was filler, but at least it wasn't bad filler.

    KO was able to score the win, but his celebration was cut short when The Bloodline attacked him at ringside. The Usos and Solo Sikoa may have gotten the jump on him, but Owens grabbed a chair and beat them away to be the last man standing in the ring.

    Winner: Kevin Owens

    Grade: C


    Notable Moments and Observations

    • Local sports references will always generate heat with wrestling crowds. It's almost a cheat code. 
    • The fact that Corbin is the only person to hold a pinfall victory over Reigns over the last three years is wild. 
    • The way Owens just walked away from the corner so Corbin would hit the ring post like it was no big deal was hilarious. It felt similar to when Samoa Joe just walks away to avoid someone flying toward him. 

Bayley vs. Mia Yim

2 OF 5

    Bayley was out first with Dakota Kai and Iyo Sky by her side to take on The OC's newest member, Mia "Michin" Yim. Bayley ended up sending Sky and Kai away so they could have the night off.

    She went right after Yim once the ref called for the bell, but Michin was able to rebound and take her down with a neckbreaker.

    They fought through a commercial break and we returned to see Yim back on defense. She began to make a comeback with a flurry of strikes.

    This match started out well enough, but it ended up being a bit clunky in the second half. Bayley scored the win by using the ropes for leverage when she went for a pin.

    Winner: Bayley

    Grade: C


    Notable Moments and Observations

    • Alexa Bliss gave a promo from atop the announce table talking about how she is the face of evil. A creepy video played that led to an appearance from Uncle Howdy, but then the show cut to a break and we never got any followup. 
    • Bayley had to know that hairdo would look ridiculous after wrestling for a little while. 
    • We have grown so used to seeing big spots that a simple suplex on the floor no longer elicits a reaction from the crowd. 
    • Yim hit a move that brought Bayley in from the apron, but it looked like they messed it up because it was impossible to tell what she was going for. 

Candice LeRae vs. Rhea Ripley

3 OF 5

    Candice LeRae was giving an interview backstage about looking forward to the Royal Rumble when she was confronted by Rhea Ripley. This led to the two meeting for a match in the second hour of the show.

    The Poison Pixie managed to back Ripley to the corner by unloading on her with strikes, but The Eradicator caught her coming off the middle rope and slammed her to the mat.

    Ripley had control until LeRae took her down with a German suplex, but it didn't take Mami long to regain her momentum.

    This was a physical and entertaining bout that definitely outshined what we saw during the first hour despite being shorter than either of the first two bouts. Sometimes simple is better.

    Winner: Rhea Ripley

    Grade: B-


    Notable Moments and Observations

    • Rollins faked an injury when he came out to confront Theory, but he let us know he was faking almost immediately. 
    • During LeRae's interview, Nikki Cross could be seen creeping in the background. 
    • LeRae hit a nice German suplex from the middle turnbuckle. 

Solo Sikoa vs. Dolph Ziggler

4 OF 5

    The Usos were allowed to leave the arena following their attack on Owens, but Adam Pearce forced Sikoa to stick around so he could face Dolph Ziggler.

    The Showoff jumped right on top of Sikoa as soon as the ref called for the bell, but after surviving his onslaught, the Street Champ knocked him down with a shoulder tackle.

    While Ziggler put up a great fight, it seemed like Sikoa had his number for most of the match. This was more competitive than most of the bouts on this week's show, but it still felt like both guys were holding back for some reason.

    Ziggler hit most of his big moves, but Sikoa was able to score the win with a huge right hand out of nowhere.

    Winner: Solo Sikoa

    Grade: B


    Notable Moments and Observations

    • Ziggler and Mustafa Ali had a talk backstage and teased becoming a tag team. That would be an awesome pairing. 
    • Sikoa catching Ziggler during his jumping DDT and dumping over the top rope looked good. Ziggler almost hit the announce table when he landed though. 
    • Sikoa popping Ziggler up from a powerbomb position and then laying him out with a huge punch was a great finish. 

Tag Team Turmoil

5 OF 5

    Following an episode of Miz TV with Judgment Day, we saw Finn Balor and Damian Priest take on Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows in the first bout of the Tag Team Turmoil main event.

    Dom helped his team steal the win by tripping Anderson so Balor could roll him up. The next duo to enter the match was Cedric Alexander and Shelton Benjamin. They put up a decent fight, but they were eventually eliminated.

    Chad Gable and Otis were up next to take on a visibly tired Balor and Priest. As fun as their portion of the match was, they also ended up being put down by Judgment Day. Balor rolled out of the ring and was looked at by the ringside doctors.

    Pearce came down and said if they don't want to forfeit, then Dom had to take Balor's place. Priest agreed, so the match continued with The Street Profits.

    Any gauntlet-style match usually ends up being either too long or too short. It's hard to find a balance, but they did a good job in this match by keeping Judgment Day in it from start to finish, even if one of the participants was changed toward the end.

    With a little help from the ropes, Dom was able to score the pin on Ford to win the match and the next shot at the tag titles.

    Winners: Judgment Day

    Grade: B-


    Notable Moments and Observations

    • Some of this stuff with Dominik Mysterio is funny, but Dom isn't why it's funny. His delivery still feels off. 
    • Priest is usually a great striker but he hit a series of kicks to the leg of Gallows that looked about as stiff as a cooked noodle. 
    • There was a cover when Benjamin just sort of rolled off Balor instead of letting him kick out. It was kind of weird but not super noticeable unless you are paying close attention. 
    • There was a "We want Otis" chant at one point. The Dozer is over. 
    • Ford is truly a special talent. WWE better not wait too long to give him that singles push we all know he deserves.

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