WWE Raw Results (10/3) - Raw Women's Championship Contract Signing, Judgment Day Vs. Rey Mysterio And AJ Styles, Matt Riddle And Seth Rollins Face Off

Welcome to Wrestling Inc.'s results for "WWE Raw" on October 3, 2022, coming to you live from Saint Paul, Minnesota!

"Raw" Women's Champion Bianca Belair and Bayley will sign their contract ahead of their ladder match at Extreme Rules premium live event this coming Saturday. Bayley pinned Belair in a six-woman tag team match at Clash at the Castle.The following "Raw", Belair was willing to put her title on the line in singles action, but Bayley declined the offer and said that she would determine the time and place they would fight. Following that, Bayley and the rest of Damage CTRL blindsided Belair, Alexa Bliss and Asuka with an attack and told Belair she wanted her title shot at Extreme Rules two weeks ago. Bayley then upped the ante the following week when she challenged Belair to a ladder match.


In other women's division news, Candice LeRae will be facing Damage CTRL's Dakota Kai in singles competition. LeRae shocked the world when she made her return last week as the mystery opponent of Nikki A.S.H. LeRae left the company earlier this year in May after opting not to re-sign her contract.

Alpha Academy will be busy tonight, as Chad Gable looks to score a win over Braun Strowman in his hometown of Saint Paul, Minnesota. Gable received a menacing call from Strowman on this past Friday's "SmackDown", during which the Monster Among Men challenged him to face him in the squared circle. Meanwhile, his partner, Otis will be facing Johnny Gargano. Austin Theory set up the match for Otis, telling him that he wanted to finish his former mentor once and for all.


Finn Balor and Damian Priest of Judgment Day will be taking on Rey Mysterio and AJ Styles. Rey has been at odds with Judgment Day for several weeks now and has been extra motivated to take them down since his son, Dominik, turned to the dark side by attacking him and Edge post-match at Clash at the Castle. Rey's teammate, Styles, has been targeted by Balor over the past few weeks by making several pleas to recruit him into the group.

Seth "Freakin" Rollins and Matt Riddle will come face-to-face on tonight's show ahead of their Fight Pit Match this Saturday (with UFC fighter Daniel Cormier set to be the guest referee). Rollins and Riddle have been at odds since this summer after Rollins took Riddle out with an injury on the July 25 edition of the show. Riddle was deemed not medically cleared to compete in their SummerSlam match, but still appeared on the show which led to the two men brawling. Riddle came back with a vengeance and the issues between the two men have only become increasingly volatile.

We are live! Corey Graves, Byron Saxton and Jimmy Smith greet audiences at home as Judgment Day heads to the ring.

Balor says that Edge was forced to quit wrestling 11 years ago, but he fought his way back to performing in the ring. Balor says that as with most things in life, you can only outrun fate for so long. He says that at Extreme Rules, he will act as the cruel hand of fate. He says that he'll do Edge a favor by beating him so badly, he'll be forced to say "I Quit." Priest says that should serve as a notice to anyone who wants to step to Judgment Day because they will always rise. Dominik then tells his father that he hates him. He says he has a new family now before Balor addresses AJ Styles. Balor says he could've ended his career last week, but he chose not to because he's his friend. He says the olive branch is still extended and tells him not to make him do bad things.


Styles' music cuts him off, followed by Rey's. The two men then head to the ring.

Judgment Day (Finn Balor and Damian Priest) vs. Rey Mysterio and AJ Styles

The four men begin to brawl with one another before the bell. Dominik pulls Balor out of the ring before Rey hits a hurricanrana. Styles hits a Phenomenal Forearm on Priest.

Back from the break, Rey delivers a hurricanrana to Balor. He delivers a kick to Balor's head, followed by a seated senton. Priest tags in and hits Priest with several forearms. Rey looks for a crossbody, but Priest ducks out of the way. He delivers a back elbow in the corner before Balor tags back in. He hits the Three Amigos, then goes for a pin but Rey kicks out. Balor slides Rey under the bottom rope and to the outside before Rhea Ripley mocks him. He teases sending Rey through the announce desk before sending him face first into the apron. Balor tags back in and hits Rey with several kicks to his back and shoulder. He delivers a snapmare, then hits a knee. Rey delivers a bulldog, then makes the hot tag to Styles. Priest tags in and Styles takes him down. He delivers a sliding forearm, followed by a splash and a chop. He hits a Pele Kick on Priest, then looks for the Styles Clash, but Priest pushes him out of the ring.


Back from another break, Balor tags in Priest. The pair hit a backbreaker-leg drop combination before Priest goes for a pin. Styles kicks out and Priest locks in a Leg Crucifix. Styles counters it into a pin, but Priest kicks out. Priest delivers a right hand, but Styles fires back with a kick to his head. Styles looks to make the tag to Rey, but Ripley pulls him off the apron. Priest delivers a clothesline before tagging in Balor. The two try to double team on Styles, but Styles hits a double DDT on them. On the outside, Rey and Dominik face off. Dominik tells his father to hit him before Ripley takes him down with a clothesline. In the ring, Balor hits the Coup De Grace on Styles for the win.


Winners: Judgment Day

After the match, Rey tries helping Styles up, but Styles doesn't let him. The two get into a yelling match before Styles shoves Rey to the mat. Judgment Day then attacks Styles from behind with kicks and right hands. Priest delivers a chokeslam as Judgment Day stands tall.

We head backstage to a video of Bobby Lashley. Kevin Patrick approaches him and asks what's next for him. Lashley says he will not be complacent and says that his mentality will never change no matter what. He says he's beaten the best the industry has to offer and he wants someone who has the same mentality as him. Mustafa Ali walks in and says he's done waiting for someone to call him up. He says he's stepping up to the front of the line. Lashley says that he'll make sure he gets his opportunity before Ali says that he's demanding his opportunity. Lashley says that he has his opportunity tonight.

Back from the break, we head to Sami Zayn, Jimmy Uso and Solo Siko. Zayn tells Jimmy a hilarious story as Sikoa stands there trying not to laugh. Jey Uso walks in and asks what's so funny. Zayn says he had to be there before Jey says they're there to do business. The Bloodline run into the Street Profits as Zayn says that next week on the "Raw" season premiere, Roman Reigns and The Bloodline will be there so they need to be ready to acknowledge him. Montez Ford disrespects Reigns before Angelo Dawkins steps in. Solo Sikoa gets in his face and says he'll see him out there.


Back at ringside, Bobby Lashley heads down. Mustafa Ali follows.

Bobby Lashley (c) vs. Mustafa Ali for the United States Championship

The bell rings and Lashley tosses Ali across the ring with a suplex. He delivers several shoulders to Ali's midsection, followed by a cutter and a delayed vertical suplex. Ali delivers a knee, followed by a chop and a super kick. He hits a Tornado DDT off the top rope before Lashley rolls to the outside. Ali hits a tope suicida, followed by a kick. Lashley delivers a vicious clothesline to Ali.


Back from the break, Lashley delivers a back elbow before whipping Ali into the corner. He sends him to the mat with a flatliner, then goes for a pin but Ali kicks out. Ali manages to pull out a 450 Splash onto Lashley's arm, followed by a drop kick into the corner and a chokeslam. He goes for a pin, but Ali kicks out at the last second. Lashley sends Ali to the mat off his shoulders, then goes for another pin but Ali kicks out. Ali hits an overhand chop on Lashley, but this gets him fired up and he tosses Ali over the top rope. He sends him into the ring post twice, then throws him into the timekeeper's area. Lashley gets in the ring as the referee begins the countout. Ali makes it into the ring just before the referee hits ten. Lashley hits Ali with a Spear, then locks in the Hurt Lock. Ali fades.


Winner: Bobby Lashley

After the match, Lashley goes to help Ali up, but Seth Rollins blindsides him with an attack and hits a Curb Stomp, followed by a second one on the United States Championship. Rollins then spots Ali and hits him with a Curb Stomp of his own.

Seth Freakin Rollins and Matt Riddle Face Off

Back from the break, we head to a fan video of Rollins and Matt Riddle brawling after the show went off the air last week.

Rollins is in the ring with a mic and says now that he's cleared "Bobby Trashley" from the ring, they can get on with the festivities. He welcomes the crowd to "Monday Night Rollins" before introducing himself. He addresses Matt Riddle and says that the Fight Pit will be synonymous with his name. He then throws it to a video that shows what the Fight Pit is. Rollins says that he will show Riddle what he's shown Lashley and Cody Rhodes: he's the most dangerous man in the history of the industry. He then calls Riddle to the ring. His music hits and he comes down.


Rollins tells him to pay his respects to the King of the Fight Pit. Riddle reminds him that he's never even been in the match before Rollins reiterates the No Contact Clause. Riddle tells him not to worry about that and says he's there to give him a lesson on The Fight Pit. He says that he's going to kill him and says the fans will be singing "Brooooooo."

Rollins says that Daniel Cormier will have his back and says Riddle has a nice singing voice. He asks if he sings to his kids like that, but then says that he can't because he's unable to see his kids. Rollins dares him to hit him before saying he needs all the cash he can get because child support is expensive. Riddle says that Rollins' breath is gross, then asks when the last time he held a title was. He asks when the last time he main evented WrestleMania was, and says he always comes up second. Riddle dares Rollins to hit him.


Daniel Cormier pops up on the Titan Tron and says everyone is tired of their behavior. He introduces himself before addressing both men. He says that a Fight Pit match needs a third man and says he plans to put an end to their issues. He says he'll see them both in Philadelphia. Rollins then knocks Riddle's hat off and heads to the back.

We then head backstage to Candice LeRae. She runs into Bianca Belair, Alexa Bliss and Asuka who wish her luck in her upcoming match with Dakota Kai.

Back from the break, we head backstage to The Miz. He says that his issues with the "lowlife" Dexter Lumis will end tonight. He says he isn't leaving until he is assured something is done and says nothing will ruin his birthday celebration next week. We then see Lumis spying on him.

Back at ringside, Candice LeRae heads down, followed by Damage CTRL.

Candice LeRae vs. Dakota Kai

The bell rings and Kai pushes LeRae into the corner. LeRae rolls up Kai, but Kai kicks out. LeRae hits an arm drag, but Kai whips her into the corner and delivers a knee. LeRae fires back with a drop kick before sending Kai into the top turnbuckle face first. Kai rolls to the outside and LeRae delivers a kick through the bottom rope. She hits a crossbody off the ropes.


Back from the break, LeRae hits a back elbow. Kai fires back with a big boot, then goes for a pin but LeRae kicks out. Kai hits several rapid fire kicks on LeRae's head as she taunts her, followed by a Scorpion Kick. LeRae fires back with a kick of her own, followed by a series of forearms and chops. She delivers a back elbow, followed by a snapmare and a step-up senton. She goes for a pin, but Kai kicks out. LeRae locks in an arm submission, but Kai breaks it up by sending LeRae into the top turnbuckle. Kai hits a boot before the two ascend to the middle rope. LeRae hits a German Suplex, but IYO SKY causes a distraction and Bayley pushes LeRae off the ropes, leading to Kai rolling up LeRae for the win.


Winner: Dakota Kai

We then head to Johnny Gargano backstage. Dexter Lumis appears for a split second, but we then see The Miz sleeping on some equipment. When he wakes up, he's holding a caricature of himself and Lumis.

Johnny Gargano vs. Otis

The bell rings and Gargano hits a couple of forearms. Otis whips Gargano into the corner, but Gargano fires off several more forearms. Otis hits a chop that sends Gargano to the mat, followed by a bodyslam and a Canadian Backbreaker. Gargano delivers a boot, then sends Otis into the ring post shoulder first. Gargano delivers an enziguiri, followed by a back elbow. Otis hits a suplex, then looks for a splash out of the corner but Gargano rolls out of the way. He hits a couple of kicks to his head, but Otis delivers a clothesline. Otis gets Gargano up, but Gargano reverses it into a DDT. He delivers a super kick, then goes for a pin but Otis kicks out. Otis rolls to the outside before Gargano hits a tope suicida and takes down Theory. He hits a Tornado DDT, and while the referee is distracted, Theory hits Gargano from behind. Otis hits his finisher for the win.


Winner: Otis

After the match, the trio beat down Gargano. Braun Strowman's music hits and he heads down. He levels Otis and while Theory manages to escape, he drags Gable into the ring before tossing him onto Otis.

Braun Strowman vs. Chad Gable

Back from the break, Otis has been ejected from ringside. Gable fires off several right hands on Strowman. We see Omos watching on as Gable fires off more right hands. Strowman sits Gable on the top rope before Gable escapes and delivers a kick to his knee. He hits a missile drop kick. Strowman manages to pull out a powerbomb for the win.


Winner: Braun Strowman

Back from the break, Bobby Lashley is being checked on my medical personnel. Kevin Patrick approaches and asks how he's doing. Lashley says he's going to crush Seth Rollins next week and put his United States title on the line so there's no excuses for him not to show up.

Corey Graves stands in the ring. He introduces Bayley and Bianca Belair as the pair both respectively make their way to the ring.

Bianca Belair and Bayley Sign The Contract Ahead Of Their Extreme Rules Match This Saturday

Corey Graves then offers up the contract for their match. Bayley mockingly asks how she feels and says her plan has been going as she intended it to. She says that she left "her girls" in the back as a favor before signing her name on the dotted line. She says that Belair's ego got her into this mess and says the ladder is symbolic of her own WWE career. She says she's had to climb and climb her way to the top and in the process and says that she was like her with her ponytail. She says the signs used to say "Bayley" and little girls dressed up as her. She says that the signs and t-shirts changed over time and the cheers faded. She says fans stopped caring as her career spiraled. She says she had to climb her way back to the top.


Belair cuts her off and signs her name on the contract. Graves leaves the ring as Belair says Bayley continues to run her mouth as always. She says that the chip on her shoulder has nothing to do with her and she will never be like her. Belair says that everything she did didn't work because she was pretending to be someone she wasn't. Belair says fans connect to her because she's her authentic self all the time and says she stays ready so she doesn't have to get ready. She says that since Bayley likes planning, she should plan to still call her champion after Extreme Rules.

Bayley asks how her girls are doing and we cut to IYO SKY and Dakota Kai attacking Alexa Bliss and Asuka backstage. Bayley leaps across the table before throwing Belair across it. Belair whips Bayley into the apron and runs to check on Bliss and Asuka. She asks if they're okay and we see Asuka crying out in pain as her leg is caught in a chair. Bliss then challenges SKY to a match later tonight out of anger.


Back from the break, commentary runs down the Extreme Rules card. Solo Sikoa, Sami Zayn and The Usos then head to the ring, followed by The Street Profits.

Solo Sikoa vs. Angelo Dawkins

The bell rings and the two lock up. Siko pushes Dawkins into the corner, but Dawkins fires back with a drop kick. Sikoa rolls to the outside.

Back from the break, Sikoa is beating down Dawkins. Dawkins fires back with several rights and lefts, but Sikoa takes him down with a Samoan Drop. Sikoa delivers a series of right hands to Dawkins' head, followed by another Samoan Drop. He goes for a pin, but Dawkins kicks out. He knocks Dawkins down to the mat after whipping him into the corner, then locks in a shoulder submission. Dawkins escapes and Sikoa delivers a few knees. He hits a belly-to-belly suplex, followed by a hip attack. Dawkins hits an enziguri out of nowhere, followed by a pair of clotheslines. Sikoa stops his momentum, but he manages to pull out a back elbow and a kick. He hits a Fallaway Slam, then goes for a pin but Sikoa kicks out. While The Bloodline distracts the referee, Sikoa hits a super kick. He goes for a pin, but Dawkins kicks out. Sikoa yells at them and Dawkins takes advantage, rolling him up. Sikoa kicks out and Dawkins knocks him to the outside. Zayn and Jey begin to argue on the outside before Dawkins takes them down. Sikoa hits a Samoan Drop, followed by the Spinning Solo for the win.


Winner: Solo Sikoa

We head backstage to Otis and Austin Theory. He asks where Chad Gable is and he walks in, battered from his match earlier tonight. He says that he will end Gargano once and for all next week, before continuing with "A-Town, down."

Back from the break, we head to a video of Edge. He says that he's been transparent since coming back and by the time he had to make the choice whether or not to come back, he was 46 years old. He says that his decision is not just hard on him, but his family. He discusses the ways in which it's affecting his wife and daughters. He addresses Judgment Day and says he knows what he has to do: be a one man gang. He tells Finn Balor that he's facing someone he's never seen before and Judgment Day can't physically hurt him enough to make him say "I Quit."


Commentary then run down the card for next week's show before Alexa Bliss and Bianca Belair head to the ring. Damage CTRL follows.

Alexa Bliss vs. IYO SKY

The bell rings and SKY wastes no time, delivering a drop kick to Bliss. SKY hits a knee, but Bliss fires back with a pair of shoulder tackles. She fires off lefts and rights before SKY delivers a Dragon Screw. Bliss delivers a forearm and a drop kick. She delivers a double knees to SKY, then goes for a pin but SKY kicks out. The two women spill to the outside.


Back from the break, Bliss delivers a clothesline, followed by a knee. He goes for a pin, but SKY kicks out. SKY delivers a pump kick, followed by a backbreaker. Bliss delivers a DDT, then goes for a pin but SKY kicks out. She hits Twisted Bliss, then goes for a pin but Bayley causes a distraction and the referee misses the count. Belair pulls her off the apron, but her and Kai swarm her and send her into the ring steps. Bliss ascends to the top, but SKY meets her there and counters with an Air Raid Crash. She hits the Over the Moonsault for the win.

Winner: IYO SKY

After the match, Damage CTRL beat down Bliss. Kai grabs a ladder from under the ring as Belair levels Bayley. Kai and SKY hit Belair with the ladder, but Asuka limps her way down to the ring with a kendo stick in hand to make the save. She hits Kai with it, but Kai and SKY hit her with the ladder. They sandwich Bliss into the ladder and smash it. They go after Belair before Bayley grabs Belair's title. The trio ascend up the ladder and hold up their belts as the show goes off the air.