WWE Raw Results 11/6 - Two Number One Contenders Matches, Judgment Day Vs. New Day And More

Welcome to Wrestling Inc.'s results for "WWE Raw" on November 6, 2023, coming to you live from the Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania!

After successfully defending her Women's World Championship against Shayna Baszler, Zoey Stark, Raquel Rodriguez, and Nia Jax at WWE Crown Jewel this past Saturday, Rhea Ripley's next challenger will be determined in a Number One Contenders Battle Royal.

Ripley won't be the only one who will find out the next challenger for their title tonight, as Bronson Reed, Ricochet, Ivar, and The Miz collide in a Fatal-Four Way match to earn a shot at GUNTHER's Intercontinental Championship. Reed and Ricochet have both previously come up short against "The Ring General" in title matches while Ivar has never faced him in a match before and The Miz has had several reigns with the championship.

New Day's Xavier Woods and Kofi Kingston defeated Alpha Academy on the October 23 episode of "Raw" during their last televised match, and tonight, they will be returning to tag team competition as they square off with two members of Judgment Day. The two teams found themselves involved in a backstage encounter during last week's episode of "Raw".

Speaking of Alpha Academy, the newest member of the stable, Akira Tozawa, will be going one-on-one with Shinsuke Nakamura ahead of his "NXT" Heritage Cup match with Noam Dar tomorrow.

The aforementioned Ripley and GUNTHER are also advertised to be in town per WWE's event page, as is World Heavyweight Champion Seth "Freakin" Rollins, Jey Uso, Sami Zayn, and Cody Rhodes.

We are live! The show kicks off with a video showcasing some highlights from Crown Jewel.

Michael Cole and Wade Barrett then greet audiences at home as Seth "Freakin" Rollins makes his way down to the ring.

We Hear From Seth Rollins

Rollins welcomes fans to Monday Night Rollins, then introduces himself and adds that he is still the World Heavyweight Champion. He says normally he would come out to the ring to talk about himself, but he wants to talk about two other people tonight. He thanks Drew McIntyre for pushing him to his limits at Crown Jewel, and gives credit to Judgment Day for not getting involved in their match with the exception of Damian Priest attempting to cash in his Money In The Bank briefcase. He then calls Sami Zayn out to the ring, and Zayn makes his way down.

Rollins tells Zayn he expected him to show up with the Money In The Bank briefcase, and asks him if Adam Pearce forced him to return it to Priest. Zayn confirms such was the case, and Rollins says given that he was in bad shape after his match, he might not have been able to fend him off. He thanks Zayn for what he did, and Zayn says he didn't do it for Rollins but because of the fact he's been at odds for months with them. He points out the ramifications of Priest winning the World Heavyweight Championship and Judgment Day running the show, and Rollins says he's always admired that Zayn stands up for what he thinks is right. He says Judgment Day doesn't run "Raw" because he does, and the Money In The Bank briefcase isn't the only way to get a shot at his title. He informs Zayn that he got him just that, and all Zayn has to do is name the time and place. Zayn says he's caught a little bit off guard, then says he will be world champion but only when Rollins is at 100%. Rollins says that guys like them are never at 100%, but they still keep pushing and tells him there's a World Heavyweight Championship match with his name on it at any time of his choosing. Zayn says there's no better time than tonight and offers his hand to Rollins. Rollins shakes it and heads to the back.

We then head backstage to Judgment Day's locker room and see an enraged Damian Priest walk in after retrieving his Money In The Bank briefcase from Adam Pearce. He takes note of JD McDonagh wearing one of his shirts, then tells Finn Balor that they'll make things right with Judgment Day.

Back at ringside, New Day heads down. Judgment Day follows.

Judgment Day vs. New Day

Balor and Kingston begin the action. The bell rings and Kingston lands a kick. Balor fires back with a codebreaker, but Kingston lands a single leg dropkick and tags in Woods. Woods lands a sliding clothesline before Kingston lands a splash and Woods hits an elbow. Priest tags in as Balor is sent to the outside by Woods. New Day clotheslines Priest over the top rope to join Balor and go flying to level both men. Woods then lands a kick on Priest's chest and gets him back inside the ring. He fires off right hands on his head and follows it up with a kick to his midsection, then delivers a chop and a forearm.

Back from the break, Woods lands a dropkick off the ropes on Balor and tags in Kingston. Priest tags in and Kingston lands a dropkick on him before following it up with a kick to his face and a crossbody off the top rope. He executes the Boom Drop and sets up for Trouble In Paradise, but Priest avoids the maneuver and lands a right hand. Balor tags in and ascends to the top. Kingston trips him and tags in Woods. Kingston sends Priest crashing out of the ring and delivers a superplex to Balor. Woods follows it up with an elbow drop off the top and connects with a superkick. He rolls up Balor, but Balor kicks out. Priest lands a kick from the outside, opening the door for Balor to deliver a Sling Blade. Priest becomes legal and quickly tags back out to Balor. He hits Woods with South of Heaven, and Balor follows it up with Coup De Grace for the win.

Winners: Judgment Day

Shinsuke Nakamura then heads down to the ring. Alpha Academy follows.

Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Akira Tozawa (w/ Chad Gable and Otis)

The bell rings and Nakamura wastes no time going after Tozawa. Tozawa lands a kick and a German suplex before Nakamura rolls out of the ring. Tozawa goes flying to level him, then gets him back inside the ring and ascends to the top. Nakamura trips him and lands a knee on his midsection, but Tozawa lands a hurricanrana off the top rope and climbs back up. He looks for a senton, but Nakamura gets his knees up. Tozawa lands a hurricanrana, but Nakamura fires back with a boot and the Kinshasa for the win.

Winner: Shinsuke Nakamura

After the match, Otis gets into the ring and stares down Nakamura.

Back from the break, we head to a video from Adam Pearce hyping up the Fatal Four-Way Number One Contenders Match for the Intercontinental Championship later tonight.

Back at ringside, The Miz heads down. Bronson Reed, Ivar, Valhalla, and Ricochet follow. 

Bronson Reed vs. Ricochet vs. Ivar (w/ Valhalla) vs. The Miz In a Fatal Four-Way Number One Contenders Match for the Intercontinental Championship

The bell rings and Ricochet and Miz go after Reed and Ivar with kicks. Ricochet then delivers a hurricanrana and a dropkick to Miz, then lands a single leg dropkick on Reed. Ivar catches him with a spinning back heel kick and follows it up with a sit out. We see GUNTHER watch the action from backstage as Ivar sends Ricochet crashing into the top turnbuckle face first. He drapes Ricochet across the top rope, but gets caught with a kick from Reed. Ricochet uses the momentum of Reed being sent into the top rope to execute a hurricanrana on Ivar before he rolls up Miz. Miz counters into a fall of his own, but Ricochet kicks out and the pair level one another. Miz lands a dropkick on Ivar through the middle rope, but Reed clocks him with a right hand. Ricochet looks to fly to level Reed and Ivar, but the pair catch him and send him crashing into Miz before they take out Miz and Ricochet with crossbodies and level each another with them. 

Back from the break, Reed delivers a slam to Ricochet and a splash to Miz in the corner. Ivar ascends to the top, but Reed meets him up there. Ricochet and Miz pull the two men off before Miz lands a crossbody on Reed and executes a Tornado DDT on Ivar. Miz then hits a Codebreaker on Ricochet and follows it up with a DDT before going for a pin. Ricochet kicks out and Miz sets up for the Skull Crushing Finale, but Ricochet escapes and goes for a pin. Ivar breaks the fall.

Ricochet gets flattened with a clothesline from Ivar, who then delivers a flying clothesline to Reed. He delivers a senton in the corner to Miz, but Ricochet catches him with a thrust kick and looks to get Miz up on his shoulders. Miz escapes and delivers a kick to his midsection, but Ricochet lands one on his head. The pair then level one another with boots. Ivar lands a moonsault on Ricochet, and Reed looks for a Tsunami on Miz. Miz counters into a roll up on Reed as Ivar pins Ricochet. Ricochet kicks out, and Samantha Irvin declares Miz as the winner of the match.

Winner (and new Number One Contender): The Miz

After the match, Ivar attacks Miz and delivers a moonsault to him off the top rope.

Back from the break, The Creed Brothers head down. #DIY follows.

#DIY vs. The Creed Brothers

Ciampa and Julius begin the action. The bell rings and the two lock up. They go back and forth locking one another in submission holds before Gargano tags in and #DIY double teams on Julius. Julius gets Gargano into a vertical suplex position and tags in Brutus, but Gargano escapes. #DIY end up on the outside, and The Creed Brothers look for simultaneous moonsaults. #DIY manages to move out of the way and Gargano looks to fly. Julius catches him with a forearm, and Ciampa levels him by flying off the ring steps. Brutus then goes flying off the ring apron to take down Ciampa.

Back from the break, Ciampa and Brutus tag in. Ciampa fires off right hands and delivers a clothesline, then catches an interfering Julius with one. He then levels The Creeds with a flying clothesline and hits Brutus with a reverse DDT. Gargano tags in and #DIY double teams on Brutus. Brutus tags out to Julius, then plants Gargano off his shoulders. Julius follows it up with a standing moonsault. Ciampa tags in and lands a knee across Julius' jaw. He plants him face first, then tags in Gargano. Ludwig Kaiser appears out of nowhere and hits Gargano with an enzuigiri, opening the door for The Creeds to deliver the Ocean Cyclone Suplex-Brutus Ball combination for the win.

Winners: The Creed Brothers

We head backstage and see Jey Uso wish Sami Zayn luck in his upcoming World Heavyweight Championship match with Seth "Freakin" Rollins.

Back from the break, Nia Jax, Katana Chance, Kayden Carter, Natalya, Chelsea Green, Piper Niven, and Becky Lynch make her way down to the ring. Xia Li attacks Lynch on the ramp, and the rest of the participants follow. 

Women's World Championship Number One Contenders Battle Royal

The bell rings and Nikki Cross stands in the center of the ring as everyone else begins brawling with one another. Nia Jax and Raquel Rodriguez begin yelling at one another before taking note of Cross and dumping her out of the ring.

Eliminated: Nikki Cross

Zoey Stark brawls with Chelsea Green as Maxxine Dupri goes after Indi Hartwell in the corner. Rodriguez beats down Jax as Green and Piper Niven double team on Tegan Nox. Niven levels her with a clothesline and begins beating up Dupri. Dupri sends her crashing out of the ring, but Jax then knocks her off the apron and eliminates her.

Eliminated: Piper Niven and Maxxine Dupri

Jax plants Kayden Carter on the mat as Ivy Nile and Jax look to dump Stark over the top. Stark hangs on and Kayden Carter sits her on the top rope. She assists Katana Chance in delivering a hurricanrana to her on top of Rodriguez before dumping Rodriguez on the apron. Chance then pulls Nile onto the apron, but Nile sends Carter crashing into the ring post and eliminates her. She gets Carter above her head and executes a Military Press on top of Carter, taking her out of the match.

Eliminated: Kayden Carter and Katana Chance

Back from the break, Rodriguez beats down Natalya. Green dumps her onto the apron to join Natalya and delivers a boot to her midsection, then gets dumped onto the apron after Natalya gets back in the ring. Green then sends her crashing onto the floor.

Eliminated: Chelsea Green

Natalya low bridges Hartwell onto the apron. She then ends up on the apron, and Hartwell looks for a big boot. She ends up crashing for the ring post and being pushed onto the floor. Ivy Nile dropkicks Natalya onto the floor, taking her out of the match.

Eliminated: Indi Hartwell and Natalya

Jax lands a boot on Baszler, but Nox catches her with an uppercut. Jax then dumps her over the top and out of the ring.

Eliminated: Tegan Nox

Nile delivers a series of kicks to Jax's head, but Jax gets her up on her shoulders. Rodriguez forces Jax to release Nile and she ends up on the apron. Baszler, Stark, Rodriguez, and Nile then work together to eliminate Jax, but Jax pulls Nile off the apron to eliminate her.

Eliminated: Nia Jax and Ivy Nile

We are down to three: Rodriguez, Baszler, and Stark. Rodriguez gets Stark and Baszler up and looks to dump them out of the ring, but the two work together to pull her out of the ring and take her out.

Eliminated: Raquel Rodriguez

Baszler looks to hit a German suplex to Stark onto the floor, but Stark fights her way out. Baszler looks to lock in the Kirifuda Clutch, but Stark escapes and catches her with a pair of superkicks. She then delivers a DDT to her onto the apron.

Eliminated: Shayna Baszler

Winner (and new Number One Contender): Zoey Stark

Back from the break, Sami Zayn heads down to the ring. Seth "Freakin" Rollins follows. 

Seth Rollins (c) vs. Sami Zayn for the World Heavyweight Championship

The bell rings and the two lock up. They go back and forth exchanging submission holds before Zayn sends Rollins crashing out of the ring. Rollins rolls back in and stares down Zayn.

Back from the break, Rollins lands a chop on Zayn on the outside. Zayn fires back with a couple of his own, then delivers a moonsault off the barricade and gets him back inside the ring. He lands a series of chops, but Rollins reverses into several of his own and fires off forearms. He lands an elbow drop and sends Zayn crashing into the top turnbuckle face first, but Zayn responds with a back elbow and an elbow drop off the middle rope. He follows it up with more chops, but Rollins fires off right hands on his spine. Zayn levels him with a clothesline, but Rollins delivers a boot to his midsection and a clothesline of his own. He delivers a tope suicida through the middle rope and tosses Zayn back in the ring, but Zayn goes flying over the top to take him down.

Zayn gets Rollins back inside the ring, but Rollins catches him with a Sling Blade and a pair of running forearms in the corner. Zayn looks for a kick, but is sent crashing into the ring post. Rollins lands a moonsault, but the two end up on the apron and Zayn sends him crashing into it spine first.

Back from another break, Zayn and Rollins go back and forth with right hands. Rollins executes a Buckle Bomb, but Zayn fires back with a Blue Thunder Bomb. Rollins lands a right hand, but Zayn hits an Exploder. Zayn looks to lock in a Boston Crab, but Rollins counters into a pin for the win.

Winner (and still): Seth "Freakin" Rollins

After the match, Zayn shakes Rollins hand and raises his hand before exiting the ring. Judgment Day then blindsides Zayn, but Rollins levels them with a tope suicida. Damian Priest and Dominik Mysterio overpower him, but Jey Uso's music hits and he runs down to the ring to provide Rollins and Zayn with a helping hand. Judgment Day overpowers him, but Cody Rhodes' music hits and he makes his way down to the ring to make the save and even the odds. Officials then appear to separate all the men, and Adam Pearce grabs a mic to make a WarGames match between them official. The eight men continue to brawl with one another, and Rhodes goes flying over the top to level everyone as the show goes off the air.