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Mami’s Home: Rhea Ripley Breaks Up Liv Morgan and Dominick Mysterio’s Celebration on Raw

Liv Morgan and Dominick Mysterio won the main event of Monday Night Raw last night over Zelina Vega and Dom’s dad, Rey Mysterio.

Their post-match embrace was interrupted by the returning Rhea Ripley, who confronted Dom as the show went off the air.

Morgan didn’t stick around for a confrontation, as she high-tailed it out of the building while “Mami” was on her way to the ring.

Ripley is trying to put a stop to Morgan’s “revenge tour,” in which she takes Ripley’s World women’s title as well as her man.


CM Punk started the show by discussing his continual attempt to make Drew McIntyre’s life miserable. McIntyre was suspended for attacking Raw General Manager Adam Pearce.

Seth Rollins interrupted Punk because he was angry that Punk had ruined his title shot at Money in the Bank. So when Punk returns to the ring from his injury, he will have a full plate.


Jay Uso was wrestling Chad Gable when the lights went out for the Wyatt Sicks. Uso quickly speared Gable for the pin, gave a quick “Yeet,” and ran away.

He shouldn’t have been too scared, but it was just Nikki Cross (as Sister Abigail) delivering another videotape to the announcers.

Bronson Reed pinned Pete Dunne after a Tsunami splash. Sheamus came out after the match, but Dunne was angry with him for leaving the Brawling Brutes team.

Bron Breakker had a big night, attacking Intercontinental champion Sami Zayn and then wrestling Ilya Dragunov. Breakker was disqualified for throwing an announcer’s chair at his opponent.


The Judgment Day trio of Finn Balor, JD McDonagh & Carlito defeated Braun Strowman, The Miz & R-Truth. Balor pinned Truth after a Coup de Grace stomp from the top rope.

Damage CTRL also won a six-person match. Iyo Sky, Kairi Sane & Dakota Kai beat Kayden Carter, Katana Chance & Lyra Valkyria. Iyo won with a moonsault on Carter.

Don’t forget: John Cena is retiring next year. CM Punk and Karrion Kross both put in a bid to be one of Cena’s final-year opponents.


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