WWE RAW September 5, 2022 Tag Team And United States Champion Match Result!

On September 5, 2022, WWE Monday Night Raw returns from the T-Mobile Center in Kansas City, Missouri, with all the fallout from last weekend’s Clash at the Castle pay-per-view (PPV) in Cardiff, Wales.

So far, only Bobby Lashley vs The Miz in a Steel Cage match for the United States championship has been advertised for tonight. But there’s still a lot to talk about from Clash at the Castle, like how Dominik Mysterio went bad and betrayed both Edge and his father, Rey. In a six-woman tag team match, Bayley pinned Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair, and Seth Rollins beat Matt Riddle, which will probably be discussed. All of that and much, much more!

Come back to this page immediately at 8 p.m. E.T., when the Raw live blog begins. The show will be on USA Network at that time. It’s going to be below this line. Reminder: GIFs and pictures are fine, but please don’t post links to illegal streams.

As I ride my 750/4 down the highway, I will get some action and more. We, Wild Catz, are live-blogging this professional wrestling show for you.WWE Raw Results.

WWE Raw Results
WWE Raw Results

Dominic Mysterio Makes His Choice

Edge walks out on stage and takes the mic.

He talks to Dominik Mysterio and says he had known him since his dad came to WWE when Dominik was five years old, and they used to shoot people with pea shooters while sitting in the cafeteria together. He stays with the Mysterios when they have shows in San Diego, and he and Rey would get new tattoos.

Last year, he calmed Dom down before his first match in front of a live audience. He’s always treated Dom like a nephew, but it’s clear that Dominik doesn’t feel the same way. And why, because of that spear that got stuck in the ground that night? He said he was sorry, and his gut told him to fix it, but his heart told him not to worry about Dom.

He didn’t come back to hurt his relationship with his dad. Instead, he returned to help stop Judgment Day because it was his fault. But after what Dominik did to him and his dad on Saturday, he knows that Rey brought him up to be better than that. They can still talk about it, but he’s a different animal.

He looks at Dom like a WWE Superstar, and a man’s game costs a man’s price. He needs Mysterio to come down here right now, not to talk, but to beat Dom’s behind.

Enter Rey Mysterio

He wants Edge to listen to him and apologize on his son’s behalf. He also asks Edge not to do this again. Edge says he loves him, but his son is old enough to drink, drive, wrestle, and take responsibility for his actions. Rey grimly nods, and Edge calls Dominik down once more.

Enter Rhea Ripley

She tells them to calm down because they got what they deserved at Clash at the Castle. Edge thought he could replace Dominik like he didn’t matter, and Rey thought he could protect him like his baby boy. But he’s not anymore because she saw his potential and turned him into a man.

Enter Dominik Mysterio 

Rey begs him to wake up and make things right with Edge. Rhea tells him that Dom is no longer paying attention to him and that he can’t keep fighting Dom’s battles for him. And Edge is too late because he can’t stop his Judgment Day.

They move forward, and Rey puts down his microphone and walks up the ramp to meet them. He tells Dom not to do this, but his son ignores him and won’t even look him in the eye. Damian Priest and Finn Balor jump Edge in the ring. At first, Edge can fight them off, but when Dominik gets involved, That Damned Numbers Game wins.

Rey tries to help, but Dom gets in his way. Ripley gives him a cheap shot and then throws him down the stairs. South of Heaven by Priest beats Edge. Balor hits him in the leg with a chair, and Damian holds him still. PILLMANIZER, COUP DE GRACE! Rey gets through in the end, but it’s too little, too late.

New Day vs Los Lotharios vs Alpha Academy vs Street Profits

The night’s first match was a Fatal 4-Way to find the next challengers for The Usos and the Undisputed Tag Team Championships. This put the tag team division in the spotlight. Angel, Humberto, Otis, Chad Gable, Xavier Woods, Kofi Kingston, Montez Ford, and Angelo Dawkins looked excited.

At one point, Kingston and Woods were the only two legal men in the ring. They tried to pull a fast one by having Woods cover Kingston for a pin, but everyone else stopped them in time. The rest of the game was full of the kind of action you would expect from these four teams. Even though the big spots all looked good, it was sometimes hard to track who was legal.

Braun Strowman returned to WWE after the second commercial break and got in the ring with Gable. As the ref could do nothing, he started taking out everyone in the match. Several security guards tried to stop The Monster Among Men, but he killed them all. Even though Strowman’s significant return segment made him look very strong, it hurt most of the tag team division. We didn’t get any new No. 1 candidates, so we’ll have to figure that out at some point. This is a part that most people will either like or dislike. There won’t be much room for compromise.

Aliyah and Raquel Rodriguez vs Doudrop and Nikki ASH

This week, Aliyah and Raquel Rodriguez faced off against Doudrop and Nikki ASH in a non-title match for the first time as the women’s tag team champions. Aliyah and Nikki went to their teams to start. After Rodriguez was knocked off the apron, Doudrop took over and beat up her smaller opponent.

Aliyah needed a break, so the powerhouse came back and tagged in, but Doudrop did not make it easy for her. Rodriguez tried to win the match with a powerbomb on Doudrop, but she couldn’t get Doudrop into the correct position. This game didn’t last long, but it wasn’t easy either. This segment did what it was supposed to do because the champions won, and it looks like WWE will put some effort into the women’s tag team division.

Austin Theory vs Kevin Owens

Austin Theory gave a promo about how he plans to win the title with it soon, even though he didn’t cash in this weekend. This made Kevin Owens come out and answer with his usual funny insults. After a few minutes of going back and forth, a ref came down, and K.O. started a match.

The 25-year-old got beat up by the Prize Fighters until the show went to a break. When we got back, Theory started to get on the offensive by using his speed and quickness to stay one step ahead of Owens. They kept fighting even during a second commercial break, so there was plenty of time to make this match fun and competitive. It looked like it could go either way for a while, but Owens got the pin and celebrated in front of a happy crowd.

Damian Priest vs Rey Mysterio

Mysterio rushes in, hits in the corner with leg kicks and right hands; Priest meets him with a goozle, floats over the chokeslam, but Rey runs right into a big boot! Damian fights him around the ringside area with his right hand, a hammer whip, and action on the floor. Back inside, boot up; Priest’s right-hand knocks him out!

Damian takes the post hard with a whip-across and a side-step. Kicks and hammerfists from Mysterio, crossbody springboard into mounted punches! Mysterio can dropkick Rey through the ropes after he kicks him in the ribs and pulls him up. The rest of Judgment Day falls, Rey loses because of the distraction, and we take a break.

Back from the break, Priest has control with a rear chin lock, grinding down Mysterio until he slips away, and a low bridge puts Damian down. Tope con giro knocks him off the ropes. Back inside, Quebrada… NOPE! Priest catches him up and over in the corner, and Rey counters with a tornado DDT.

Up top, Damian cuts him off with a right hand and climbs to meet him with a fireman’s carry. Mysterio fights back… AVALANCHE FRANKENSTEINER CAN’T KEEP DAMIAN PRIEST DOWN! Reverse roundhouse from Priest, pull Rey up, think Razor’s Edge… FRANKENSTEINER REVERSES! 619 BLOCKED BY DOMINIK ON THE APRON!

Bobby Lashley vs The Miz (United States Championship)

The Miz and Lashley fought for the United States Championship inside a steel cage. This was the main event of the night. Before the match began, The Miz grabbed the belt and attacked Lashley. He and Ciampa kept beating him up at ringside so that The A-Lister would have the best chance of winning. They focused on his arm and tried to break it with a chair and the steel steps.

The match finally started during the break, so when we returned from the commercial, The Miz was already trying to win. When he could, The All Mighty used his good arm, but when his lousy arm gave him trouble, The Miz would take advantage. Because Lashley is so good at everything, WWE has to get creative to make him look like an underdog. He is as strong as a bull and moves as fast as a man half his size, so Ciampa and The Miz attacking his arm helped make things fair.

Dexter Lumis came out from under the ring to scare The Miz and keep him from running away. This let Lashley win with a Spear. Lumis got into the cage and put The Miz to sleep with a chokehold to end the show.

The way everything went down in this cage match was pretty easy to guess. It was good, but it won’t stand out from other cage matches we’ve seen. It did what it was supposed to do: to bring attention to the U.S. title and give Lashley another successful defense on his record.


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