WWE Raw is also known as Monday Night Raw is one of the most popular Professional wrestling television programs which currently goes LIVE every Monday at 8 pm EST. RAW is the largest running show amongst all the other shows under WWE. Below is the list of WWE RAW Results 9/1/2017, Winners & Highlights.
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The CEO and chairman of the WWE are Vince McMahon. Professional wrestlers fight as per the matches decided. Many championship matches are held and the wrestlers fight to win the championship title.
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WWE RAW Results
Undertaker enters the 2017 Royal Rumble Match
1. Braun Strowman vs. Seth Rollins
The match looked pretty one sided as the match was between Seth Rollins and Braun Strowman. But we can’t say that Rollins easily lost the match. He gave too much damage to Strowman with a Frog Splash. Even though Rollins missed a top-rope leap to the outside and found himself hurled into the audience he was fighting hard to win the match.
The match goes to a double count-out draw.
2. Jack Gallagher vs. Drew Gulak
The match was interesting as no fighter was ready to give up as a result Gallagher to his feet again, he manages to reverse it but Drew hits a blow to the stomach before he can get his own on. Jack in the corner with the headstand, Gulak picks the legs but Gallagher sends him across the ring and hits uppercuts. Palm strikes from Gulak beget a headbutt from Jack that sends him in the corner.
Jack Gallagher wins by pinfall
3. Big Cass vs. Jinder Mahal
In the match between Cass and Mahal, in which Rusev favored Mahal by jaw-jacking at Don Parmesan from ringside. After that The Super Athlete got involved in the match too, HBK revenges him with Sweet Chin Music on the outside. Which helped Cass to destroy Mahal on his own with the East River Crossing–Empire Elbow combo.
Big Cass wins by pinfall
4. Neville vs. Lince Dorado
As Neville continues his campaign to prove himself as King of the Cruiserweights. It was Dorado’s first Raw appearance in which he was trying all his skills to defeat Neville. Neville refused to let up on his foe after the bell, and that was when WWE Cruiserweight Champion Rich Swann, whom Neville put out of action two weeks prior, made his return and quickly got the better of his foe in an impromptu brawl, looking more than ready to come at the King when the time is right.
Neville wins by submission
5. Luke Gallows vs. Sheamus
A dropkick results in sending Luke outside immediately. A clothesline back in the ring but Gallows kicks out and remain in the match. Looking for White Noise, Luke slips out, roundhouse to the shoulder blades, fireman’s carry but Sheamus slips away and hits a running power slam on Sex Ferguson for two. Calling for the Brogue Kick but Machine Gun starts fighting with Cesaro for the distraction nd Gallows hits Sheamus with a fireman’s carry flapjack for a near fall.
Sheamus wins by pinfall
6. Charlotte Flair & Nia Jax vs. Bayley & Sasha Banks
Charlotte Flair and Nia Jax opted for the most simple and powerful strategy by targeting Banks by damaging her knee. Bayley’s passionate, intense performance kept the match far closer than it probably should have been at this point, but she couldn’t get over the hump, and after a sneaky tag in, Nia finished her off with a big leg drop
Charlotte Flair & Nia Jax win by pinfall
7. Kofi Kingston vs. Titus O’Neil
As the match starts Titus gets Kofi in the corner of the ring for shoulder blow before punishing him across. At the very end, O’Neil blocks Kingston attacks. Diving crossbody caught a pair of rib breakers, Titus lifts him up for a third when Woods starts playing trombone, so O’Neil chucks him outside into them.
Kofi Kingston wins by pinfall
8. Roman Reigns vs. Jeri-KO (Chris Jericho & Kevin Owens)
Jeri-KO’s teamwork was too much for him to overcome. Even a trifecta of Superman Punches to the best friends and a Spear to Jericho only delayed the inevitable. After Owens held Reigns in position for a Codebreaker and blasted the champion with the apron powerbomb, it was pretty much over. And once KO fed Reigns to a waiting Jericho for one last Codebreaker and, ultimately, the pinfall made the Jeri-KO win the match.