WWE RAW Live Results and Updates- 2 September 2019

WWE RAW Live Results and Updates- 2 September 2019 – Page 2

Charly Caruso is backstage with Cedric Alexander to discuss his King of the Ring match but The OC suddenly attacks out of nowhere and they beat him down. Cedric is run over and left on the ground after they did their “too sweet!” pose over him. Cedric clutches his arm as an official comes in to check on him.

Robert Roode & Dolph Ziggler vs Curt Hawkins & Zack Ryder

Ziggler and Ryder kick things off. Dolph hits a kick to the gut and knocks Zack down with a shoulder tackle. Ryder hits a flapjack out of nowhere before he tags Hawkins for a double team takedown to score a two count. Roode makes the blind tag and hits Hawkins with a brutal kick before running him into the barricade. Roode and Ziggler use quick tags to keep Hawkins isolated.

Ryder gets a hot tag and goes on a rampage against both opponents. Roode counters The Rought Ryder but Hawkins tags in and they hit a double team neck breaker for a two count. Ryder gets sent out of the ring and Hawkins gets nailed with a superkick and a Glorious DDT to give Roode and Ziggler the win.

Winners- Robert Roode & Dolph Ziggler

Natalya vs Lacey Evans

Natalya attacks Lacey on the way to the ring. As they get into the ring, the bell rings and they lock up right away. Natalya gets out of a headscissor and takes Evans down in a headlock. Nattie keeps countering everything Lacey does and gets a two count with a low dropkick. They go outside and Nattie sends her into the barricade. Evans is able to turn the table when they get back into the ring. Natalya avoids a moonsault and starts to build momentum with a series of clotheslines. Evans sends her into the middle turnbuckle. She throws a handkerchief at Nattie before hitting The Women’s Right for the win.

Winner- Lacey Evans

The Man will be The Boss’s bitch??

Becky Lynch makes her way to the ring. She says that she heard the excuses Banks made last week for why she left after WrestleMania and it’s a load of crap. She goes on to talk about Banks being the main focus of NXT and headlining WWE pay-per-views while Lynch was relegated to being an afterthought. She brings up Charlotte and Sasha being paraded out front and center after being called up while she took a backseat. Well, she already taught a lesson to the Flair family, and now she’ll do the same to Banks, who she calls a “delusional little weirdo.”

She brings up how Bayley has been doing just fine without Sasha, and that must hurt. It also must hurt that Becky is the face of the company now, especially because with all her talent “you should be me.” But she’s not. Sasha’s music hits and she’s on the stage with a mic. She says, “Becky, I was supposed to be you? Hahaha. I was supposed to be you? You’re right. I was supposed to main event WrestleMania.” She says the only reason Becky got all the success she’s had of late is because Nia Jax broke her face. She says she can make things personal, if that’s what Becky wants.

Becky says she wants to fight right here and now. Banks resists because she’s not going to do anything for free in front of Baltimore. She does things when she wants, and for a great deal of money. So they’ll wrestle for the Raw women’s championship at Clash of Champions. Lynch agrees to the match. “After Clash of Champions, The Man will be The Boss’s bitch,” is the closing statement from Sasha.

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