WWE RAW Results – July 10, 2017

July 10, 2017
Toyota Center
Houston, Texas

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Transcription by Josh Lopez 

Big Cass & Big Show In-Ring Promo: 

How You Doing? Big Cass is feeling spectacular. He can’t feel any better about what he did to Enzo last night. When there was a glimpse of hope he ended it with a boot to the face. He was standing over Enzo, just like he always did. That wasn’t the best part. We see Enzo being helped to the trainers room. This should serve as notice to the entire locker room. From the bottom of the totem pole to the top of the totem pole. That’s what happens when you mess with Big Cass.

To all of the people who never supported him in the past, don’t think for a second you can support him now.  Don’t hop on the bandwagon because he’s the future of WWE. To all of the doubters in the back, one day he’ll be the Universal Champion and when he wins the title, he’ll shove it down every ones throat. Big Cass will main event WrestleMania. He’ll be on The Tonight Show, represent the WWE. Nobody can touch him. Nobody is on his level. Nobody can see him eye to eye. Big Show comes down to the ring and starts brawling with Big Cass. Show is mounting Cass in the corner. Cass rolls out of the ring. 

First Match: Elias Samson vs. Finn Balor 

Samson bodyslams Balor. Collar and elbow tie up. Balor kicks the kidney of Samson. Balor applies a side headlock. Samson lands a back elbow strike. Samson goes for a Sunset Flip, but Balor counters with a Basement Dropkick. Samson backs Balor into the turnbuckles. Balor drops Samson with a Enziguri. Balor goes for the Coupe De Grace, but Samson rolls out of the ring. Samson is mauling Balor in the corner. Samson lands a knife edge chop. Samson follows that with a snap suplex. Samson applies a sitting Full Nelson Lock. Balor gets back to the vertical base. Balor rolls Samson over for a two count. Samson drives his knee to the gut of Balor. Balor responds with a Boot to the Jaw. Balor lands a series of running clotheslines. Balor follows that with a dropkick. Balor is lightning up Samson’s chest in the corner.

Balor connects with a Standing Enziguri that sends Samson crashing to the outside. Balor goes for the Penalty Kick, but Samson blocks it. Samson drives Balor’s shoulder to the ring apron. Samson applies a Fujiwara Arm-Bar. Balor reaches the bottom rope to create separation. Balor drops Samson with a double leg takedown. Balor connects with a Double Stomp to the chest of Samson. Balor and Samson are trading back and forth shots. Samson rakes the eyes of Balor. Samson goes for the cover, but Balor kicks out at two. Samson continues to target the shoulder of Balor. Balor drops Samson with a Pele Kick. Balor plants Samson with a SlingBlade. Balor with a Basement DropKick that sends Samson crashing back first into the turnbuckles. Balor connects with the Coupe De Grace to pickup the victory.

Winner: Finn Balor via Pinfall 

The Hardy Boyz, Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson In-Ring Segment: 

The Hardy’s battled Sheamus and Cesaro for thirty minutes and they were one second short. They failed to regain the titles again. People in the back think the Hardy’s are past their prime. Maybe the Hardy’s should fade away and classify themselves as obsolete. Matt says that they’re here to make a proclamation. The Hardy’s are going no where. They’re not done making magic in the WWE Universe.

Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows come out to interrupt The Hardy’s. Gallows says it wasn’t the other tag teams that felt the Hardy’s should fade away, it was them. All The Hardy Boyz showed last night was that they’re not the Hardy Boyz of old, they’re the Old Hardy Boyz. Gallows calls The Hardy’s nerds and they should practice their magic elsewhere because they’re the magic killers. Matt says that they’re a little bruised and broken, but if Gallows and Anderson thinks they rule the ring, why not have a referee come out and have a match right now?

Second Match: The Hardy Boyz vs. Karl Anderson & Luke Gallows 

Matt Hardy and Anderson will start things off. Collar and elbow tie up. Matt lands a couple of forearm smashes. Matt drives Anderson to the corner. Matt drops Anderson with a running shoulder tackle. Matt applies a side head lock. Jeff tags himself in. Jeff shoots Anderson sternum first into the turnbuckles. The Hardy’s plant Anderson with a Double Belly to Back Suplex. The Hardy’s follow that with the Poetry in Motion to Gallows. Gallows clotheslines Jeff. Gallows and Anderson connects with the Boot of Doom for a two count. Gallows and Anderson are cutting the ring half.

Jeff drops Anderson with a Jaw Breaker. Jeff tags in Matt. Matt repeatedly bounces Anderson’s head on every turnbuckle in the corner. Matt connects with a corner clothesline. Matt goes for a Running Bulldog, but Anderson blocks it. Matt plants Anderson with the Sid Effect. Matt knocks Gallows off the ring apron. Anderson blocks a Twist of Fate from Matt Hardy. Gallows lands a Leg Lariat to the back of Matt’s head behind the referee’s back. Anderson drops Matt with a Running Knee Strike. Gallows and Anderson connects with the Magic Killer to pickup the victory. After the match, The Revival comes down to the ring and beats down the Hardy’s. Revival plants Jeff Hardy with the Shattering Machine.

Winner: Karl Anderson & Luke Gallows via Pinfall 

The Mizzies Segment: 

The  Oscars lost all credibility when they snubbed the Marine 5 for Best Picture. This separates the winners and losers from Great Balls of Fire. The first award is for Best Supporting Actor will go to The MizTourage. Bo Dallas thanks everyone who’s chanting you deserve it. Without Miz none of this would’ve been possible. Miz changed his career and his life. Let’s change the world. Curtis Axel says that Miz made him look like a million bucks, he feels like a million bucks, and  now he’ll make a million bucks. The MizTourage are third generation superstars who were underutilized, but now they’re award winning supserstars . Behind every great man is a beautiful, sexy woman. The next Mizzie is for sexiest, most gorgeous leading lady in WWE, Maryse. Maryse says that she couldn’t do this without her husband. Miz couldn’t have accomplished this much without Maryse.

It’s time for the final Mizzie. The category is for Greatest Man in WWE. The winner is The Miz. Miz is the greatest man in WWE. Miz runs his mouth, but he speaks the truth. Miz was going to beat Ambrose at the PPV and he did it. The Hardy’s said they were going to win. Tozawa says he was going to beat Nevilee. Seth Rollins said he was going to expose Bray Wyatt for being a false prophet. They are all frauds. They just utter noise while Miz speaks the truth. Dean Ambrose is the toughest competitor Miz has been in the ring with. He might be the toughest man in WWE. If Ambrose is the toughest, what does that make him? Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins comes down to the ring and starts brawling with the entire MizTourage.

– Dean Ambrose tells Seth Rollins to stay out of his business. There won’t be a Shield Reunion because Ambrose can fight his own battles. 

Third Match: Nia Jax & Alexa Bliss vs. Sasha Banks & Bayley 

Sasha and Bliss will start things off. Bliss backs herself in between the ropes to cause separation. Bliss doesn’t want to get ambush. Bliss slaps Sasha. Bliss tags in Nia. Nia repeatedly shoves Sasha to the corner. Bayley tags herself in. Sasha knocks Bliss off the ring apron. Sasha chases Bliss around the ring. Sasha drops Bliss with a Lou Thez Press. Nia attacks Sasha from behind. Sasha dropkicks Nia. Bayley connects with a Flying Elbow Drop to the back of Nia’s neck. Nia rolls out of the ring. Sasha is mounting Bliss in the corner coming out of the commercial break. Sasha connects with a Double Knee Strike for a two count. Sasha tags in Bayley. Bayley drops Bliss with a Running Bulldog for a two count. Bliss crawls and makes the tag to Nia Jax. Bayley goes for a running clothesline, but Nia stands still. Nia goes for a PowerSlam, but Bayley gets back on her feet. Bayley dropkicks the knee of Nia. Bayley rams her knee to the gut of Nia.

Bayley ascends to the top turnbuckle. Bayley with a Flying SuperMan Punch that knocks Bliss off the ring apron. Nia drives Bayley sternum first into the turnbuckles. Nia applies a waist lock. Nia tags in Bliss. Bliss slaps Bayley. Bliss rams her knee pad across the back of Bayley’s neck. Bliss goes for the cover, but Bayley kicks out at two. Bliss and Nia Jax are cutting the ring in half. Nia HeadButts Bayley. Nia is rag dolling Bayley in the middle of the ring. Bayley goes for the tag, but again Nia drives her into the turnbuckles. Sasha dodges a right hand from Bliss. Sasha has to be held back from the referee. Bliss finally knocks Sasha off the ring apron. Bliss connects with the Twisted Bliss for a two count as Sasha breaks up the pin attempt. Sasha goes into a ground and pound attack. Nia tosses Sasha out of the ring. Sasha sends Bliss back first into the barricade. Bliss goes for a DDT, but Bayley counters with a school girl rollup to pickup the victory.

Winner: Sasha Banks & Bayley via Pinfall 

Fourth Match: Goldust vs. R-Truth 

Goldust attacks Truth from behind immediately after the bell rings. Truth is teeing off on Goldust in the corner. Truth connects with the Stinger Splash. Truth follows that with a side suplex for a two count. Truth uppercuts Goldust. Truth goes into the Corner Mount. Goldust gets Truth tied in the tree of woe. Goldust drops Truth with a SlingShot Stomp. Goldust goes into a ground and pound attack. Goldust lands a series of knife edge chops. Truth responds with a couple of haymakers. Goldust with a falling axe handle to Truth for a two count. Goldust applies a rear chin lock.

Goldust plants Truth with a SpineBuster for a two count. Goldust is mounting Truth in the corner. Truth drops Goldust with a PowerBomb. Truth lands a series of running clotheslines. Truth connects with a Spinning Shoulder Tackle. Truth goes for the Scissors Kick, but Goldust counters with a nasty chop block. Goldust repeatedly drives his knee to the leg of Truth. Truth kicks Goldust out of the ring. Truth connects with a spinning heel kick. Truth follows that with the Scissors Kick for a two count. Goldust sends Truth shoulder first to the steel ring post. Goldust plants Truth with the Final Cut to pickup the victory.

Winner: Goldust via Pinfall 

Kurt Angle, Brock Lesnar, Roman Reigns and Samoa Joe In-Ring Segment: 

Last night was a hugely successful event and he can’t wait for next years Great Balls of Fire PPV. As things happen in the WWE, things got out of hand. Angle doesn’t know when Braun Strowman will be back, but the show must go on. Angle calls Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman down to the ring. Angle said that his WrestleMania 19 match with Brock may have taken a few years off his career.  He’s amazed with how Brock gets better and better over time.  He says he thought Joe had a chance to beat him, but he is still the Universal champion. Brock and Angle starts shaking hands. Heyman asks if there’s anything else. Angle thought Heyman and Brock would like to hear his ideas for who should face Brock at SummerSlam.

Heyman didn’t think they would be doing a creative meeting in the ring. They don’t do these things in public. Heyman will leave Angle to his plans and personal problems and they bid him adieu. Roman Reigns comes down to the ring. Angle says that Reigns has a lot of nerve coming out here after what he pulled last night. Reigns is standing in the ring with Kurt Angle, Brock Lesnar, and the father of hardcore himself Paul Heyman, but he went too far.? They were all part of the attitude era. Kurt says that was then and this is now. Angle can thank Reigns because he didn’t know how to deal with Braun Strowman and Brock is never around to deal with him. Reigns wants to fight Brock at SummerSlam. Heyman agrees with Reigns. 

Does Reigns thinks he deserves a title match? He doesn’t deserve shit. This is the closest he’s going to get to this title. Samoa Joe makes his way to the ring. Aren’t we all living in a wonderful Fantasyland. Joe is going to drags us all down to reality. Brock says that the reality is that he kicked Joe’s ass last night. Joe says that he’s going to put Brock’s ass to sleep.  Brock didn’t beat him last night, he escaped him. Reigns has never defeated Samoa Joe.  Heyman wants to get one thing straight. The Big Dog who put the Undertaker on a Samoan Shelf deserves a title match. The excommunicated Samoan will never get another title match. Brock’s advocate is saving him from Joe. Joe has Brock’s number. Reigns says Joe really showed us last night. Joe thinks that’s funny because Reigns lost to Braun Strowman. Angle announces that Samoa Joe will take on Roman Reigns on next week’s RAW.  The winner will face Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam. If Joe and Reigns come to blows, Angle will cancel the match.

Fifth Match: Neville & Noam Dar w/Alicia Fox vs. Cedric Alexander & Akira Tozawa w/Titus O’Neil 

Alexander and Dar will start things off. Alicia Fox starts arguing with Titus O’Neil. Alexander drops Dar with a massive back elbow strike. Alexander follows that with a uppercut. Dar rolls himself out of the ring and hugs Fox. Alexander tags in Tozawa. Tozawa with a Basement DropKick to Dar for a two count. Tozawa kicks Dar’s back. Tozawa repeatedly stomps on Dar’s chest. Dar kicks the hamstring of Tozawa. Dar tags in Neville. Tozawa with a Hurricanrana to Neville. Tozawa follows that with a senton splash. Neville whips Tozawa to the turnbuckles. Neville and Dar are mauling Tozawa in the corner. Neville applies an arm-bar. Tozawa gets back to a vertical base. Tozawa goes for the tag, but Neville blocks it.

Neville with a Big Boot that knocks Dar off the ring apron. Tozawa drops Neville with a Shining Wizard. Tozawa tags in Alexander. Alexander connects with a SpringBoard Clothesline. Alexander with a HandSpring Enziguri. Alexander ascends to the top turnbuckle. Dar distracts Alexander. Neville sends Alexander crashing crotch first on the top turnbuckle. Alexander and Neville are battling for position on the top rope. Alexander dumps Neville crotch first on the top rope. Alexander tags in Tozawa. Alexander drops Dar with a Suicide Dive. Tozawa kicks the top rope. Tozawa connects with a Senton Bomb to pickup the victory.

Winner: Cedric Alexander & Akira Tozawa via Pinfall 

Sixth Match: Bray Wyatt vs. Seth Rollins 

Bray and Rollins goes into the collar and elbow tie up. Bray backs Rollins into the corner. We have a stale mate. Rollins is teeing off Bray. Bray responds with a palm strike/uppercut combination. Rollins SuperKicks Bray for a two count. Bray rolls out of the ring. Rollins ducks a clothesline from Bray. Bray drops Rollins with a Running Crossbody Block for a two count. Bray does his spider pose in the corner. Bray goes for the Sister Abigail, but Rollins blocks it. Rollins tosses Bray out of the ring. Rollins goes for the Suicide Dive, but Bray swats him away. Bray accidentally hits the steel ring post. Rollins brings Bray back into the ring. Rollins stomps on Bray’s hand. Rollins with a join manipulation to Bray in the middle of the ring. Rollins bounces Bray’s hand on the steel ring steps. Rollins goes for a Springboard Clothesline, but Bray counters with the Uranage Slam. Bray applies a rear chin lock. Rollins gets back to a vertical base. Bray lands a knee strike.

Rollins responds with a Basement Dropkick. Bray lands a forearm smash. Bray whips Rollins back first into the turnbuckles. Bray connects with a Body Avalanche for a two count. Bray plants Rollins with a DDT for another two count. Bray goes back to the rear chin lock. Bray HeadButts Rollins. Bray and Rollins are battling for position on the top turnbuckle. Rollins attacks the hand of Bray. Rollins dives over Bray. Rollins lands a thrust kick. Bray responds with a uppercut. Rollins drops Bray with a enziguri. Rollins lands a series of right hands. Rollins connects with the SlingBlade.

Bray rolls himself out of the ring. Rollins drops Bray with the Suicide Dive. Rollins follows that with a SpringBoard Clothesline for a two count. Rollins with a Running Corner Forearm Strike. Rollins lands the BlockBuster for a two count. Bray goes for a FlatLiner, but Rollins counters with the Falcon Arrow. Rollins goes for the cover, but Bray kicks out at the count of two. Bray blocks a German Suplex Attempt from Rollins. Rollins lands another thrust kick. Bray responds with a HeadButt to the injured eyes of Rollins. Bray plants Rollins with the Sister Abigail to pickup the victory. After the match, The MizTourage attacks Rollins. Dean Ambrose comes down to the ring with a steel chair to make the save. Ambrose repeatedly hits Miz in the back with the steel chair.

Winner: Bray Wyatt via Pinfall 

Author: Josh Lopez