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WWE Raw Results: November 19 2018

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The 11/19/18 edition of WWE Raw, out of the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California, just wrapped up. We’ve got the WWE Raw results, as well as our overall thoughts on the show, for you to check out below. Let us know what you thought about episode #1330 of WWE Raw by tweeting us, @TheRumbleRamble.

Stephanie McMahon Keeps Her Promises


Baron Corbin and Stephanie McMahon opened the show to (big surprise) brag about beating SmackDown Live clean at Survivor Series (even though they didn’t actually do that). Corbin then reminded Stephanie about the promises she made to Corbin if he were to lead the Raw team to victory, but Braun Strowman interrupted.

Strowman reminded Stephanie of the promise she made to him as well, which was to have a match against Baron Corbin with the stipulation of his choice (which he later revealed to be a tables, ladders, and chairs match). McMahon announced a match between Strowman and Corbin at TLC; if Corbin wins, he becomes permanent GM of Raw, but if he loses, he’s kicked out of management completely, and Strowman is awarded a Universal Championship match against Brock Lesnar at the Royal Rumble.

To finish things off, a 6-man tag team elimination match between Braun Strowman, Finn Bálor, & Elias and Bobby Lashley, Drew McIntyre, & Baron Corbin was set to take place immediately.


Braun Strowman, Elias, and Finn Bálor vs. Baron Corbin, Drew McIntyre, and Bobby Lashley

6-Man Tag Team Elimination Match


McIntyre, Corbin, and Lashley went to work on Finn Bálor first, carefully keeping him away from his corner. Elias eventually got the hot tag and did some damage, but it wasn’t long before Bálor was back in the ring, and with a Claymore from McIntyre, Bálor was eliminated.

After taking Bálor out of the picture, Corbin and his crew turned their attention toward Elias, continuing their strategy of cutting the ring in half. During a brawl outside the ring, Elias was taken out of commission and counted out.

With only Braun Strowman left, they had no choice but to face The Monster. Strowman nearly eliminated Corbin, but McIntyre had other plans, grabbing a steel chair and introducing it to Strowman’s torso. McIntyre technically caused a disqualification with this, but that didn’t stop him from helping his teammates beat Strowman down.

It took all three men, a steel chair, and a set of steps, but Corbin, Lashley, and McIntyre left a bloody Strowman lying on the ground at ringside to close out the segment with what was later reported as a “shattered elbow.”

Winner: No Contest


Seth Rollins Speaks


Last night at Survivor Series, it was announced that Seth Rollins would be facing his former friend, Dean Ambrose, in a match for his Intercontinental Championship at TLC. Therefore, it only made sense for Rollins to come to the ring to talk about his broken relationship with Ambrose.

Rollins said that, although Ambrose has clearly been avoiding him since turning his back on his Shield brothers several weeks ago, he would have no choice but to stand face-to-face with Rollins at TLC. He then challenged Ambrose to come down and fight him, as he was feeling particularly fired up, but Ambrose appeared on the big screen to turn him down.

Ambrose took things just slightly too far when he said that Reigns deserved to have cancer, and Rollins ran to the back to find him. Instead, he found a couple of security guards and basically beat them down for looking at him the wrong way.


Sasha Banks and Bayley vs. Tamina and Nia Jax


Sasha Banks and Bayley held out much longer against Tamina and Nia Jax than we admittedly expected. Bayley, in particular, got quite a bit of offense in against the dastardly duo. But even with all of the aggression she could muster, Bayley ultimately succumbed to the Samoan Drop.

Winner: Tamina and Nia Jax


Ambrose Taunts The Kingslayer


Backstage, Dean Ambrose told Seth Rollins (via closed-circuit television and Charly Caruso) to meet him where the Shield used to call home. When Rollins arrived, however, there was no Ambrose, only a spray-painted “burn it down” on the door.


Clowning Around in Catering


Back in catering, the rest of the Raw roster had a good laugh over Drake Maverick’s little accident last night. Bobby Roode and Chad Gable went particularly hard on him, so we fully expect to see AoP crush them in the near future.


Lucha House Party vs. The Revival


Under lucha rules, all three members of Lucha House Party were granted permission to participate in the match. The Revival came in ready for a fight, but the overwhelming power of the piñata party proved too potent for Dawson and Dash.

Winner: Lucha House Party


Rousey is Ready


Ronda Rousey came to the ring to address her upcoming match against Nia Jax at TLC, but it didn’t take long at all for her to bring Charlotte up in her monologue. After promising to destroy Charlotte the first chance she got, she challenged anyone to come down to the ring to fight her for the title, because she will not be counted out over one match.

Baron Corbin joined Ronda in the ring and gave her the sad news that he would not be allowing her to compete so soon after the brutal beating she took at Survivor Series. Rousey did not seem to care what he had to say and told Corbin that if he wouldn’t let her face a woman, she would gladly take him on instead. In order to avoid a smackdown at the hands of Ronda Rousey, Corbin agreed to her original request.


Ronda Rousey vs. Mickie James

Raw Women’s Championship Match


Ronda Rousey is far from 100% but insisted on a title match anyway to prove herself as champion. Mickie James answered the call and even held Rousey down for a few moments. Rousey pulled it together long enough to get Mickie James in an armbar, however, and tapped her out for the win.

As she made her way back up the ramp, she was met by Tamina and Nia Jax, who wordlessly threatened her before walking away.

Winner: Ronda Rousey


A0P vs. Chad Gable and Bobby Roode


As expected, Drake Maverick unleashed A0P on Chad Gable and Bobby Roode. Unexpectedly, A0P did not dominate Gable and Roode; in fact, Chad Gable snuck out a win for his team against the former Authors.

Winner: Chad Gable and Bobby Roode


Ambrose is Waiting


Dean Ambrose was shown somewhere backstage, calmly waiting for Seth Rollins to find him. He assured the audience that there would be no apologies given for anything he’s said or done. And as much fun as it was for him to watch Rollins’ slow descent into insanity, he was ready to burn it down against his former Shield brother as soon as they met again.

In another part of the arena, Rollins was asked to give a comment on the situation. He was on his way out of the building and said that he was tired of searching. Besides, he knew exactly where to find Ambrose – in the ring at TLC.


Ruby Riott vs. Natalya


Natalya started off strong, but with Liv Morgan and Sarah Logan at her side, Ruby Riott turned things around fairly quickly. Still angry over Riott’s insensitive shattering of her father’s sunglasses, Natalya was resilient against the attacks. Liv Morgan broke Natalya’s first pin attempt, but Natalya came back for another and this time took the victory.

Winner: Natalya


Rollins and Ambrose Meet At Last


With Seth Rollins safely out of the arena, Dean Ambrose came out of hiding and into the spotlight to talk some trash. He went after the audience (and their children) first, then started in on Rollins. To his surprise, Rollins hadn’t left after all and came sprinting through the backstage area toward the ring. Rollins got a little too close for comfort for Ambrose, so Dean hit him with a low blow before throwing two Dirty Deeds and mockingly cradling his head as the show went off the air.


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