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Raw results: Randy Orton attacks Matt Hardy while Becky Lynch retains Raw Women’s Championship against Asuka

It was another action-packed of night on Monday Night Raw as BT Sport continued as the new home of WWE superstars in Britain and Ireland.

In another thrilling show of Monday Night Raw action, Randy Orton produced another huge shock as he attacked another veteran, Matt Hardy with seemingly no explanation.

Elsewhere Becky Lynch underlined her credentials as Raw Women’s Champion by once again seeing off Asuka, but was rudely interrupted after the win as she was attacked by Shayna Basler.

And Seth Rollins underlined his dominance as The Monday Night Messiah, Murphy and AOP saw off Kevin Owens, Samoa Joe and The Viking Raiders.

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Match results

Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch def. Asuka; Shayna Baszler attacked Becky after the match​

Becky Lynch proved what a great champion she is as The Man edged out a narrow victory over Asuka to retain the Raw Women’s Championship.

Lynch delivered a modified Manhandle Sam after a war of attrition against what is becoming an all-too familiar opponent.

Yet it all ended in tears when NXT’s Shayna Baszler ruthlessly attacked a worn-down Becky after the win, raining blows on the champion’s head.

The Street Profits def. Mojo Rawley & Riddick Moss; Moss def. Rawley to become the new 24/7 Champion​

We have a new 24/7 champion after Riddick Moss outfoxed Mojo Rawley with some quick-thinking and quick pinning.

Rawley and Ross were seen off following a spinebuster-Frog Splash combo by The Street Profits but as Mojo attended his partner’s side, he was pinned by Ross.

Drew McIntyre threw down with MVP on The VIP Lounge​

Two-time United States Champion MVP might have bitten off more than he can chew after pitching himself to Drew McIntyre as the Royal Rumble Champion’s new business manager.

Given Montel Vontavious Porter’s long history with McIntyre he might have hoped for a better response than what followed.

McIntyre reacted badly to MVP placing his hands on the Sexy Scotsman and dropping him to the mat with a Glasgow Kiss before Claymoreing him over the VIP Lounge sofa.

Angel Garza def. Cedric Alexander​

Angel Garza looks like a potential new star after an extremely eventful debut on Monday Night Raw.

First Garza got his cousin Humberto Carrillo so wound up that Carrillo emerged to seek revenge for Garza’s Hammerlock DDT onto the concrete – which he did so with a Hammerlock DDT.

Garza then faced Cedric Alexander in the ring and after falling to his back foot, delivered a dropkick and hit the Wing Clipper to claim the victory.

NXT Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley def. Sarah Logan​

Rhea Ripley is putting forward a strong claim to face Charlotte Flair at WrestleMania after taking care of some locker room beef on Monday Night Raw.

The NXT wrestler found opposition in Sarah Logan, who resented the idea Ripley could do her damage on Raw without fear of retribution.

Yet Logan was quickly dispatched with a Riptide as Charlotte Flair watched the action from the ramp. Flair, for her part, refused to accept Ripley’s challenge until after seeing the outcome of the NXT TakeOver: Portland.

Ricochet def. Bobby Lashley

Ricochet took one step closer to his dream of the WWE Championship by pinning Bobby Lashley despite Lashley’s promise to bring Ricochet to “reality”.

However the former United States Champion once again pinned Lashley, the so-called "scrawny kid" making the step up brilliantly and withstanding a lot of punishment to secure the win.

Randy Orton attacked Matt Hardy

Another week on Raw, another shocking attack by Randy Orton. The Apex Predator was confronted by Matt Hardy this time and asked to explain his beef with Edge.

Orton said little, but did reveal that his attack on Edge hurt him more than it hurt his opponent. That was before Hardy raced on stage to confront his former friend.

Orton instead delivered an RKO after a brief scrap before a Con-Chair-To to leave the WWE Universe as confused as ever.

Aleister Black def. Akira Tozawa

Aleister Black continued his record of taking on all-comers when he disposed of Akira Tozawa in a brief but brutal battle of strikers.

Black then delivered a warning to anyone who might take him on and showed love to the audience to rebel against “a given idea of paradise”, saying he felt like an animal inside of a cage.

It remains unclear what his endgame is, but for now it seems Black is content with fighting anyone that challenges him.

Raw Tag Team Champions Seth Rollins & Murphy & AOP def. Kevin Owens, Samoa Joe & The Viking Raiders​

It looked like an opportune moment for Kevin Owens to land a blow against Seth Rollins with a healthy Ivar and a healthy Samoa Joe on his side.

But he found that The Monday Night Messiah knows how to protect himself. Rollins’ disciples were also at full strength and he led his flock to victory.

Rollins’ and Co’s measured, methodical performance outfoxed Owens’ posse and despite Murphy tapping out behind the referee’s back, he recovered to get the pin on Joe.

Moment of the show

Orton went to the bad place AGAIN as he went right at Hardy in another shock attack from The Apex Predator.

Move of the show

An incredible move from Ricochet as he proves just what a peformer he is, downing a much bigger man in Lashley.

Quote of the show


Charlotte Flair

Charlotte Flair kept it simple, paying homage to her legendary father after warning Rhea Ripley not to get ahead of herself.

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