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Raw results: Buddy Murphy joins forces with Seth Rollins and AOP in Raw's first ever Fist Fight as a new 24/7 Champion is crowned

In an action-packed night on Raw, Buddy Murphy joined The Monday Night Messiah and AOP in their brutal Fist Fight against Big Show, Kevin Owens and Samoa Joe - and the 24/7 Championship changed hands.

The second Monday Night Raw of 2020 was book-ended by two jaw-dropping matches as the countdown to next Sunday's 33rd Royal Rumble continued. 

An unadvertised Triple Threat match between three Rumble contenders kicked off the show, while WWE champion Brock Lesnar made his second appearance in as many weeks on an action-packed night in Kentucky.

In Raw's first ever Fist Fight, the Monday Night Messiah found a new disciple as he and AOP were joined by Buddy Murphy to take on the Big Show, Kevin Owens and Samoa Joe in a brutal main event.

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Match results

Drew McIntyre beat Randy Orton and AJ Styles (Triple Threat)

Monday night kicked off in style as The Chosen One proposed a Triple Threat Match against Royal Rumble foes Randy Orton and AJ Styles.

Ricochet beat Mojo Rawley

In the first ever Raw meeting between the pair, the high-flying Ricochet sealed an impressive victory with the 630, after escaping Rawley’s gorilla-press gutbuster to land a Recoil that dropped Mojo like a rock.

Charlotte Flair beat Sarah Logan

10-time Women’s Champion and Royal Rumble favourite Flair made short work of Logan after being ambushed by the former NXT superstar last week. The Queen quickly dispatched Logan before throwing her over the top rope for good measure.

Mojo Rawley beat R-Truth to win 24/7 Champion

After R-Truth declared then undeclared for the Royal Rumble, WWE Champion and No. 1 Royal Rumble Match entrant Brock Lesnar sent him on a one-way trip to Suplex City, enabling Rawley to steal in and claim the 24/7 belt.

Bobby Lashley beat Rusev

After a loss in a Tables Match at WWE TLC, The Bulgarian Brute was out for retribution against Lashley but the Real Deal proved too much for the so-called Bad Boy.

Raw Tag Team Champions The Viking Raiders beat The Singh Brothers

In somewhat of a mismatch, Raw Tag Team Champions Erik and Ivar retained their belts with a brutal Viking Experience.

Aleister Black beat Buddy Murphy

Former NXT Champion Black made it three victories from three against Murphy to close the door on their show-stealing rivalry.

Seth Rollins and AOP beat Kevin Owen, Samoa Joe and Big Show (Fist Fight)

After losing a match earlier in the night, Buddy Murphy returned to the ring to join forces with The Monday Night Messiah and AOP in a savage Fist Fight against Big Show, Kevin Owens and Samoa Joe.

Moment of the show

Still reeling from his defeat to Aleister Black, the Best Kept Secret stunned the WWE Universe by accepting Rollins' plea for help, as The Monday Night Messiah and AOP felt the full force of Big Show, Kevin Owens and Samoa Joe.

Murphy's timely intervention helped the impromptu team prevail over their heavyweight opponents, to seal victory in the first ever Fist Night in a historic Raw moment.

Move of the show

Kevin Owens put the 'I' in innovative with this extraordinary moonsault off the Raw stage.

Quote of the show

""I am the living embodiment of your karma"

Liv Morgan

After Lashley and Lana's challenge of a mixed tag team match on next week's show, Morgan produced this chilling line to pave the way for the latest installment in this long-running rivalry.

Picture of the show

Fallen giant.

A week after making his return to Raw, The World's Largest Athlete is downed by Seth Rollins after The Monday Night Disciple joined forces with AOP and Buddy Murphy.

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