WWE Raw results, grades Judgment Day spark wild brawl as show ends in total chaos
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The Judgment Day and their rivals went to war on Raw (Picture: WWE)

WWE may have dropped a major WarGames hint after Monday Night Raw ended with a wild four-on-four brawl.

Once again, The Judgment Day was all over this week’s show with plenty of focus on the dominating group – which includes Finn Balor, Damian Priest, Dominik Mysterio and Rhea Ripley – and the episode went off air to absolutely wild scenes.

The show started with Cody Rhodes coming out and chatting to the crowd before Judgment Day’s Damian, Finn and Dom interrupted, trading verbal jabs until the trio went to go on the attack.

Jey Uso rushed down to offer some support, with Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn following suit before JD McDonagh brought some steel chairs to help the Judgment Day go on the attack.

The Archer of Infamy hesitated which gave the babyfaces the numbers advantage, and they all took him out.

Later, Dirty Dom – without Rhea Ripley again this week – successfully defended the NXT North American Title against Dragon Lee in an absolutely fantastic match which really showed the champ’s growth heading into No Mercy this weekend.

The main event was a Payback rematch as Judgment Day’s Finn and Damian put their Undisputed WWE Tag Team Titles on the line against former champs Sami and KO.

Not surprisingly, this was a blistering and thrilling bout between four supreme talents, and the ending was wild as Jey Uso, Dom, Cody and McDonagh all got involved.

The latter cracked Sami with a title belt to help Damian to victory, and the show ended with a wild brawl, potentially setting the stage for a four-on-four WarGames match at Survivor Series in November.

Nia Jax destroys Zoey Stark, Tegan Nox earns NXT Women’s Title match, and Bronson Reed battles Otis

The first match of the night was a great battle of the big lads as Otis and Bronson Reed engaged in a classic heavyweight scrap.

This was as hard hitting as you’d expect, and Big E would be proud to see his ‘big meaty men slapping meat’ catchphrase brought to life so well.

In the end, Bronson got the win with the Tsunami as his push continues, while the hope is still that we’ll see Chad Gable work his way into another Intercontinental Title match against GUNTHER.

Bronson Reed and Otis delivered the physicality (Picture: WWE)

He may have to wait though with Tommaso Ciampa targeting the Ring General, particularly after he beat Ludwig Kaiser this week.

Both men delivered a cracking match without being under GUNTHER’s shadow, but he’s sure to have some issues now that both of his Imperium teammates have lost to Ciampa.

After an exchange between Becky Lynch and Tegan Nox, the latter was booked in a match against Natalya with the winner challenging for Lynch’s NXT Women’s Title on Raw next week.

Tegan Nox has earned herself a huge opportunity (Picture: WWE)

Tegan – who was wrestling her first match on Raw since Tag Team Turmoil in July – emerged victorious in the brief but solid bout to earn a major opportunity.

Seth Rollins gave Shinsuke Nakamura one more chance to accept his offer for a World Heavyweight Championship match before he moves on to a new challenger.

The Artist appeared in a pre-recorded video and insisted he wanted a Last Man Standing Match, which is set for Fastlane next month.

Seth Rollins will face Shinsuke Nakamura in a Last Man Standing Match (Picture: WWE)

Nia Jax spoke to Michael Cole, with her interview turning into a brawl with Zoey Stark as officials tore them apart.

Zoey tried to hold her own against Nia in the subsequent match, but the Irressistible Force dominated her opponent and got the relatively easy win.

Drew McIntyre was the guest on Miz TV this week as he addressed his decision not to help Jey Uso when he was being attacked, with The New Day coming out to criticise his recent attitude.

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This led to the Scottish Warrior challenging Kofi Kingston to a fight, and they delivered an absolutely belting match with McIntyre slowly heading towards a heel turn.

He got the win here after Ivar distracted Kofi by attacking Xavier Woods at ringside, giving McIntyre an opening for the Claymore.

WWE Raw airs Monday nights at 1am on TNT Sports 1.

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