WWE Raw Results (11/28) - The Miz Vs. Dexter Lumis In A High Stakes Match, We Hear From Becky Lynch, WarGames Fallout & More

Welcome to Wrestling Inc.'s results of "WWE Raw" on November 28, 2022, coming to you live from the Norfolk Scope Arena in Norfolk, Virginia!

"The A-Lister" The Miz will be facing longtime foe, Dexter Lumis, in a high stakes Anything Goes Match. If Lumis wins the bout, then he will earn himself a WWE contract and The Miz will be forced to pay him all the money that he owes him. Johnny Gargano exposed Miz a few weeks ago for hiring Lumis to attack him on multiple occasions in order to give the illusion that he had a "Hollywood stalker", but The Miz later stopped the payments after Lumis went too far in his eyes. Gargano backed up his accusations with hidden camera footage of The Miz confessing to doing so to an undercover private detective. Will Lumis become an official member of the WWE roster tonight, or will The Miz be able to get rid of him once and for all?

Additionally, "The Man" Becky Lynch will be addressing the WWE Universe following her in-ring return this past Saturday at Survivor Series: WarGames. Lynch teamed up with "Raw" Women's Champion Bianca Belair, Alexa Bliss, Asuka, and Mia Yim to defeat Damage CTRL, Nikki Cross, and Judgment Day's Rhea Ripley. What will Lynch have to say?

Speaking of Belair, she is set to appear on tonight's show per the company's event page, along with her longtime rival Bayley, newly crowned United States Champion Austin Theory, his Survivor Series: WarGames opponents "The Almighty" Bobby Lashley and Seth "Freakin Rollins, and Rollins' former rival Matt Riddle.

We are live! We head to a video recapping the events leading up to the Men's WarGames match last Saturday, as well as the match itself. We then see The Usos, Solo Sikoa and Sami Zayn pulling up to the arena. Corey Graves and Kevin Patrick then greet audiences at home as Becky Lynch heads to the ring.

We Hear From Becky Lynch

The crowd cheers for Lynch as she says "The Man" has come around to Norfolk. She says it feels good to be back on "Raw" and tells fans she missed them. She says "The Man" should be with the people, then heads into the audience and high fives a bunch of fans and compliments their shirts. She stops to talk to a couple of fans and says she wouldn't have had her return go any other way than how it went. She says she's ready for anything, and says in the time she's been gone, the industry has changed. She says she can't wait to slap the head off everyone, whether they're new or old.

Damage CTRL's music hits and Bayley heads to the ring. She says when she saw Lynch come out, she thought she had been humbled. She tells Lynch to shut up as fans boo. Bayley says she has been doing the same thing as Lynch has, but she's done it over and over whereas Lynch only did it once. She lists off the brutal matches she's been part of and says fans have no appreciation for her.

Lynch tells Bayley not to call fans peasants, and says fans don't appreciate her because she kept on losing. She says if she wants another fight, then she can give one to her. Bayley says that's big talk from someone in the crowd. Lynch then heads back towards the ring, but spots Dakota Kai and IYO SKY coming through the crowd. She starts brawling with them and even hits them with a sign from a fan. Bayley joins in and the four women brawl outside the arena. Damage CTRL sends Lynch over a merchandise table before Lynch hits them with a chain. Bayley hits Lynch with a Money In The Bank lunchbox, but Lynch sends her into the t-shirt stand. Officials then run in and pull apart the four women.

We then head to a video recapping the feud between Mia Yim and Rhea Ripley. 

Ripley and Dominik Mysterio then head to the ring, followed by "Michin" Mia Yim.

Mia Yim vs. Rhea Ripley

The bell rings and the two lock up. Yim delivers a pair of arm drags, but Ripley rolls to the outside. She strategizes with Dominik, then gets back in the ring and delivers a knee to Yim. She plants her on the mat, but Yim manages to deliver a Tarantula. She plants Ripley, but Ripley fires back with a clothesline and a kick to her spine. She delivers another kick to Yim's midsection, then whips her into the corner and follows it up with a delayed vertical suplex. She sends her head repeatedly into the mat, then taunts her. Yim delivers a pair of knees to Ripley's face, then hits a pair of kicks across her chest and follows it up with a drop kick and a DDT. She hits a second one, but Dominik gets in her face before Yim drags him inside the ring. Ripley takes advantage and rains down right hands. AJ Styles runs down to the ring to level Mysterio, causing the disqualification.

Winner: N/A (DQ via outside interference)

After the match, the two men continue to brawl before Judgment Day heads down to assist Dominik. Gallows and Anderson head to the ring to even the odds. Judgment Day look to retreat, but Styles asks them where they're going. He says he thought their issues were already over, but things will end tonight in a four on four tag team match. A referee runs down to the ring.

Judgment Day and The O.C. then begin to brawl with one another in the ring and on the outside. 

Judgment Day vs. The O.C.

Styles tosses Balor in the ring and the bell rings. Balor delivers a drop kick before Styles plants him. Styles delivers a back breaker, then tags in Anderson. Anderson beats Balor down, then tags in Gallows. Gallows delivers an uppercut, then tags Anderson back in. Anderson hits a kick, then tags in Styles. Styles hits a splash and tags in Gallows. Gallows delivers a splash in the corner.

Priest tags in and delivers several right hands to Gallows' midsection. He hits a back elbow, followed by a Mongolian Chop. The two men deliver forearms and kicks before Gallows plants Priest and delivers several right hands to Priest's midsection. Priest hits a spinning heel kick, then tags Balor back in. Gallows hits several right hands on his head, then tags in Priest. Priest delivers a kick, then tags in Dominik. Dominik delivers a vicious uppercut, then tags in Anderson. Priest tags back in and Anderson hits him with a series of uppercuts and chops. Priest whips Anderson into the corner, then hits a senton. Priest hits a clothesline, then goes for a pin but Anderson kicks out. Dominik tags in and hits a flipping senton. Balor tags in and delivers a back breaker. Ripley beats down Gallows before Balor locks in a side headlock. Anderson escapes and Dominik tags in. He hits the Three Amigos, then tags in Balor. Balor delivers a kick to Anderson's midsection, then plants him with an elbow. He goes for a pin, but Styles breaks it up. Anderson delivers a side suplex, then makes the hot tag to Styles. Balor tags in and Styles delivers a clothesline and a sliding lariat. Styles delivers a forearm, then delivers a back elbow and a reverse DDT. He goes for a pin, but Ripley breaks it up. Ripley looks for a boot on Styles, but Styles catches it. Balor rolls him up, but Styles kicks out. Balor delivers a sling blade before Yim and Ripley tag in.

Yim delivers a series of chops, followed by a dropkick. She plants her, then hits a running kick. She hits a cannonball before Ripley rolls to the outside. Yim meets her there with a tope suicida as the men brawl with one another. Yim delivers a bodyslam to Balor, then looks to hit Dominik, but Ripley pulls her off him and delivers Riptide for the win.

Winners: Judgment Day

We head backstage to Byron Saxton and Street Profits. Saxton welcomes them back and asks how they feel. Montez Ford says it feels good to be back and says everything has changed while they've been away. Alpha Academy walk in and Chad Gable says while they were relaxing, he has been working to make himself the best part of "Raw". He says he requested a tag team match against them later and says it was made official. Angelo Dawkins makes fun of Gable's head and Ford says they will them once again because they want the smoke.

Back at ringside, The Usos, Sami Zayn, and Solo Sikoa head down.

We Hear From The Bloodline

Jimmy says The Bloodline in now in Norfolk. He gloats about The Bloodline's win at WarGames, then says there are no cracks in The Bloodline for the first time ever. Jimmy says Kevin Owens is mad that Zayn isn't his dog. Zayn thanks Jimmy for being in his corner since day one, then tells Jey that even though they haven't had an easy past six months, the way he accepted him into the family after WarGames was ucey. He says any Bloodline business they have to handle will go smoothly because they're on the same page. Zayn offers his hand to Jey and he shakes it. The two men hug in the ring before Jimmy joins them. They invite Sikoa into the hug, but before he can accept, Owens' music hits and he heads to the ring.

Zayn tells him to stop at the top of the ramp and tells him not to do something stupid like fight him. Owens says he's not here to do that, and says he understands why Zayn betrayed him at WarGames because he's done the same thing countless times to him. He says he's been thinking about how their careers have been linked for the past twenty years and says he wants nothing to do with him anymore. Zayn says that's fine with him because he feels the same way. He says he's okay if the pair are never in the same room again because he doesn't need him. He says he has a family now in The Bloodline. Owens says he's genuinely happy for him, and says everyone in the WWE Universe finally sees how great he is. He says he loves seeing Zayn get the recognition he deserves but no matter how many times he says they're family or in The Bloodline, he's not their real blood and he never will be.

Jey says he's got this. He says Owens is just mad that he has no family around him and if he has a problem with Zayn, then he has a problem with him. Owens says he says he was done with Zayn, but never said he was done with him. He challenges him to a match later tonight and Jey accepts.

We then head to a video of Damage CTRL attacking Candice LeRae last month. We then see LeRae walking around backstage in her ring gear. Cathy Kelley approaches her and asks how she's feeling about her match with Dakota Kai. LeRae says she came to "Raw" with a smile on her face, but after Damage CTRL injured her she was thrown off her game. She reintroduces herself and says she will take out Dakota Kai later tonight. 

The Street Profits then head to the ring, followed by Alpha Academy.

Back from the break, we head backstage to Matt Riddle, Elias, and Byron Saxton. Saxton asks what their experience teaming together has been like and Riddle talks about how awesome their win was last week. Elias says he sees himself as a solo artist, but they make a team. Riddle suggests they go after the tag team titles. The Bloodline walks in and says they won't beat them because Riddle and Elias are the twos while they're the ones. Elias says they should put the titles on the line and Jey tells him to name the time and place.

Street Profits vs. Alpha Academy

Gable and Ford begin the action. The bell rings and the two lock up. They exchange submissions before Gable trips Ford and tags in Otis. Otis delivers a right hand to Ford's back, then tags in Gable. Ford delivers a drop toe hold, then tags in Dawkins. Dawkins delivers a shoulder tackle, then locks in a side headlock. Gable escapes and Dawkins plants him. Gable hits a hip toss before Dawkins delivers an arm drag and a drop kick. Ford tags in and knocks Gable to the mat. He tosses him to the outside before hitting a cannonball.

Back from the break, Ford rolls up Gable while Otis distracts the referee. This allows Gable to hit Ford's throat, then deliver a Northern Lights suplex. Ford delivers a DDT before Otis tags in and Ford sends him into the ring post shoulder first. Dawkins tags in and delivers a flying back elbow. He hits an enziguri, then delivers a Silencer and goes for a pin. Otis breaks it up. Gable delivers a Dragon Screw, then follows it up with a Northern Lights suplex. He goes for a pin, but Dawkins kicks out. Ford tags in and delivers a Frog Splash off the top rope for the win.

Winners: Street Profits

We then head to a video recapping the Triple Threat United States Championship Match at Survivor Series: WarGames.

Back from the break, Austin Theory heads to the ring.

Austin Theory and Seth Freakin Rollins Get Into A Heated Verbal Exchange

Theory says fans wanted to hold him down and kept calling him a kid. He asks who looks stupid now, then says he doesn't want to ever be called a kid again after he managed to successfully beat Bobby Lashley and Seth Rollins on Saturday. He says he is no longer the next big anything because he has arrived and he is the now. He calls himself "the face of Monday Night "Raw"", then says everyone has had a problem with him since he arrived on the Red Brand because they're all jealous. He says everyone wants to be him and says everyone sees that he's younger, stronger, better, and unescapable. He says the Austin Theory era begins now.

Seth Rollins' music hits and he heads to the ring. Theory goes to speak, but Rollins tells him to shut his mouth so fans can sing his song. Theory then asks Rollins what happens when the man who was once the future looks like the past. Rollins says he may have lucked out by winning the United States Championship, but that changes nothing because Monday Nights belong to him. He says he only has one thing left to say to him: congratulations, kid. He taunts Theory, then asks if he wants to fight him. He says they don't have to wait and tells Theory to give him his best shot.

Theory stares him down, then says he will fight him, but on his own time. He says he isn't his damn kid and walks away.

We then head to a video recapping the feud between The Miz and Johnny Gargano and Dexter Lumis. 

Back from the break, Lumis heads to the ring, followed by The Miz (with a Louis Vuitton bag full of the money he owes Lumis in hand). The Miz tries to walk away, but Adam Pearce walks out and sees that he gets in the ring. Pearce grabs the money out of his hand while Lumis hides and hits a shoulder tackle out of nowhere. 

Dexter Lumis vs. The Miz In An Anything Goes Match - If Lumis Wins, Then The Miz Has To Pay Him The Money He's Owed And He Earns A WWE Contract

Lumis gets Miz in the ring and Miz plants him. The bell rings and Lumis crawls over to Miz. Miz tries to retreat, but Lumis prevents him from doing so. He rains down right hands, then delivers a forearm and sends his arm bouncing off the side of the ring multiple times. Lumis sends Miz into the barricade, then gets him up on the announce desk. Miz fights back, but Lumis pushes him off.

Back from the break, Miz tries to tighten a vise grip around Lumis' head. Lumis acts like it's nothing and gets up off his knees. Lumis knocks Miz to the mat, then follows it up with a spinebuster. The two men spill out into the crowd before Miz sends Lumis into the barricade twice. Lumis sends Miz crashing into a television screen, then lays him on a table. He stands on the barricade next to it, then delivers an elbow drop to Miz through the table. Miz sends Lumis face first into the middle turnbuckle, then goes for a pin (with his feet on the ropes), but Lumis kicks out. Lumis kips up and delivers a chokeslam, followed by Silence for the win.

Winner: Dexter Lumis

After the match, Lumis signs the contract and grabs the bag of money. He hands out bills to children in the audience as he walks to the back. The Miz attacks him from behind as he does so and steals one of the bills from a kid along with the bag of money. Johnny Gargano appears behind him and surprises Miz with a super kick, then grabs the bill and hands it back to the kid before giving Lumis the bag of money. 

Dakota Kai then heads to the ring, followed by Candice LeRae.

Dakota Kai vs. Candice LeRae

Back from the break, the bell has rung and Bayley and IYO SKY are being ejected from ringside. In the ring, Kai delivers a boot to LeRae before LeRae rolls up Kai. Kai kicks out and tosses LeRae to the outside. LeRae gets back in the ring and Kai continues to beat her down. LeRae fights back, but Kai delivers a big boot to LeRae and whips her into the corner. Kai looks for a big boot, but LeRae rolls out of the way and Kai crashes into the corner. LeRae sends Kai bouncing off the apron, then ascends to the top rope and delivers a missile drop kick. She goes for a pin, but Kai kicks out. Kai delivers a kick to LeRae.

Back from the break, Kai delivers several rapid kicks to LeRae's head. LeRae hits several right hands, followed by several stomps in the corner and a back elbow. She delivers a modified Northern Lights suplex, then goes for a pin but Kai kicks out. Kai delivers a superkick, then goes for a pin but LeRae kicks out. Kai delivers the Kaio Kick in the corner, but LeRae manages to reverse it and rolls up Kai. Kai kicks out and LeRae delivers a drop kick. She looks for a lionsault, but Kai rolls out of the way.

The two women exchange forearms before Kai manages to hit the Scorpion Kick, followed by the Go To Kick. She goes for a pin, but LeRae kicks out. The two women climb to the top before LeRae manages to hit a neck breaker off the ropes for the win.

Winner: Candice LeRae

We head backstage to Cathy Kelley, Bianca Belair, Alexa Bliss, and Asuka. Kelley asks how they're feeling after WarGames and Belair says that while they've physically been better, she's happy her issues with Bayley are over. She says she was happy with the team she chose, all the while Bliss spaces out. Bliss snaps back to reality and says Belair made the right call with Lynch as the mystery teammate.

Back at ringside, Kevin Owens heads to the ring followed by The Bloodline. 

Kevin Owens vs. Jey Uso

Back from the break, the bell rings and Owens wastes no time, firing off right hands on Jey. He delivers a chop in the corner before following it up with a right hand and several shoulders to his midsection. Jey knocks Owens to the mat, then tosses him to the outside and into the barricade. He delivers a senton, then tosses Jey back into the ring. Jey hits him with an enziguri.

Back from the break, Owens hits Jey with a DDT. He goes for a pin, but Jey kicks out. Owens ascends to the top and looks for a Swanton Bomb, but Jey gets his knees up. He delivers a back breaker, then follows it up with a right hand to Owens' head. Owens delivers a chop to Jey, but Jey manages to whip him into the corner. Owens fires back with a cannonball, but Jey whips him into the ring post. He follows it up with a hip attack.

Back from another break, Jey delivers a modified side suplex. He rains down right hands before Owens fires back with an uppercut. The two men slap one another before Jey rains down right hands in the corner. Owens delivers a lariat, then hits a stomp and climbs to the top rope. Jey meets him there and looks for a superplex, but Owens counters it into an Avalanche Fisherman's Suplex. Owens climbs to the top once again and hits a Frog Splash. He goes for a pin, but Jey kicks out. Jey delivers a superkick, but is unable to cover Owens. He hits another one, then goes for a pin. Owens kicks out, and Jey looks for a Samoan Drop. Owens escapes and looks for a Stunner, but Jey reverses it into yet another superkick.

Owens delivers a superkick of his own, but Jey fires back with one of his own. He goes for a pin, but Owens manages to kick out again. The two men exchange right hands before Solo Sikoa trips Owens. Jey tries to take advantage and hits a splash, but Owens manages to reverse it into a Stunner for the win.

Winner: Kevin Owens

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