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Damien Priest, Judgment Day Fend Off Rey Mysterio, Drew McIntyre

World champion Damien Priest is playing the Ric Flair role, and the Judgment Day are his Four Horsemen.

Last night on Raw, Priest won a non-title match against former champion Rey Mysterio Jr. with the South of Heaven chokeslam. Well, Flair sometimes won matches on his own.

Drew McIntyre, another former champion who is getting a title shot in Scotland on June 15, attacked Priest. The Judgment Day (Finn Balor, Dominick Mysterio, and JD McDonagh) came to the rescue, and the champion ended the show by chokeslamming McIntyre through a table.


World women’s champion Liv Morgan revealed that kissing Dominic last week was not an impulsive decision. Morgan said she wanted to take everything from Rhea Ripley. We almost got Round 2 before Balor broke up the party.

This was a great night for young, upcoming wrestlers defeating established WWE stars.

Ludwig Kaiser upset former WWE champion Sheamus. Perhaps Kaiser was offended at being called “Gunther’s announcer and coat rack.” Kaiser attacked Sheamus’s knee before the match, leading to his eventual victory.

Similarly, the Authors of Pain knocked off legendary tag team The New Day with their “What a Rush” finisher. Their stablemate, Karrion Kross, is trying to break up The New Day by telling Xavier Woods that he has been following Kofi Kingstron.

Bron Breakker scored an impressive win over Ricochet with a Frankensteiner off the top and spear. Although Bron is acting like a heel, the fans are getting into him.

Kiana James won her Raw debut over Natalya with the 401(k) flatliner.


Sami Zayn agreed to give Chad Gable an Intercontinental title match at Clash at the Castle to end feud. Otis is slowly realizing he must break away from the bullying Gable on the Alpha Academy team.

Balor scored a win over Dragon Lee when the referee allowed too much interference from McDonagh and Carlito.

Carlito wrestled his own match, only to be dominated by Braun Strowman, a former Universal champion.

Bianca Belair and Jade Cargill retained the WWE women’s tag team title with a disqualification win over Zoey Stark and Shayna Baszler when Alba Fyre & Isla Dawn attacked Belair.

Jey Uso pumped up the crowd and said he wanted to win Money in the Bank next month. I could see that happening. It would make the fans say “Yeet.”



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