WWE Raw Results 7/8 - Chad Gable Squares Off With Jey Uso, Mixed Tag Team Match & More

Welcome to Wrestling Inc.'s results for "WWE Raw" on July 8, 2024, coming to you live from the Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada!

As he continues to be hunted down by the Wyatt Sicks, Chad Gable will have to find a way to put that aside tonight as he goes one-on-one with Jey Uso. The pair encountered one another this past Saturday at WWE Money In The Bank when they both competed in the Men's Money In The Bank Ladder Match, but ultimately both ended up being unable to unhook the briefcase.


Women's World Champion Liv Morgan will be teaming up with Dominik Mysterio of Judgment Day to take on LWO's Zelina Vega and Rey Mysterio in a Mixed Tag Team Match. The four competitors encountered one another last week when Dominik and Rey brawled during Morgan's title defense against Vega. Despite Dominik looking to help Vega dethrone Morgan, Morgan helped him win his match against Rey later that night.

Speaking of Judgment Day, JD McDonagh, Finn Balor, and Carlito will be squaring off with Awesome Truth and Braun Strowman. The six men are no strangers to one another, with Balor and McDonagh successfully challenging R-Truth and The Miz for the WWE World Tag Team Championship on the June 24 edition of "Raw" and Strowman having his sights on exacting his revenge against Judgment Day.


Three weeks ago on the June 17 episode of "Raw", Kayden Carter and Katana Chance defeated Kairi Sane and Dakota Kai after receiving some help from Lyra Valkyria. Tonight, Sane and Kai have their chance to seek their retribution as they join forces with their Damage CTRL teammate IYO SKY to take on Carter, Chance, and Valkyria.

The World Heavyweight Championship match at Money In The Bank between Damian Priest and Seth "Freakin" Rollins became a Triple Threat between them and Drew McIntyre when the latter man cashed in the Men's Money In The Bank briefcase he won earlier that night. The Triple Threat ended in controversial fashion when CM Punk became involved, ultimately taking McIntyre out of the equation and costing Rollins his title shot to ensure he would never be able to challenge Priest throughout the rest of his reign. While McIntyre may be currently suspended following these events, Priest and Rollins are both advertised to be in town tonight on WWE's event page along with GUNTHER.

We are live! The show kicks off with a video recapping the events of Money In The Bank on Saturday.

Michael Cole and Pat McAfee then greet audiences at home as CM Punk makes his way down to the ring.

We Hear From CM Punk

Punk says it's a great night to be in Ottawa, then says he has a lot to get off his chest. He thanks John Cena on his impending retirement from in-ring action, and says while he doesn't know what the future holds, he hopes to share the ring one more time with him. He then says Cena is here, but neither is Drew McIntyre due to his suspension. He throws it over to a video showing McIntyre hijacking the Money In The Bank post-show and attacking referees and Adam Pearce.


Punk says there are consequences to actions, and says this isn't the first time McIntyre messed things up. He says that he is the consequences to McIntyre's actions, and says McIntyre was unable to keep his promise to walk out of Money In The Bank as World Heavyweight Champion. Punk says he made a promise to keep that from happening, but unlike McIntyre, he kept his promise. He reveals he was fined $25,000 for what he did at Money In The Bank, but says McIntyre was fined $50,000. He demands Adam Pearce lift McIntyre's suspension so he can get his hands on him, no matter if it's a match, in the ring, in the parking lot, or in the crowd.

Seth "Freakin" Rollins' music hits and he makes his way down to the ring. He sees Punk sitting with Cole and McAfee at the announce desk, and says he wants to sit on the sidelines now. He invites Punk to get in the ring, and mocks him by asking if he's afraid that he's going to beat him. Punk slowly gets in the ring and reminds him of what happened the last time they were in the ring together. He tells Rollins to watch what he says next.


Rollins asks Punk why actions have consequences for everyone except for Punk himself. He asks Punk why he stuck his nose in his business, and Punk clarifies that he was handling his business rather than Rollins' business. He says he would think Rollins would understand as a husband and a father, and says that he will get his pound of flesh with McIntyre running around wearing his bracelet with his wife and dog's names on it. He apologizes to Rollins, but says that he can't be that sorry.

Rollins tells Punk that he always has an excuse, and says that he's simply gaslighting. He says Punk has never apologized for anything in his life, but he's the dumbest smart dude he's met in his entire life. He says he was willing to let Punk's selfishness slide until Saturday when he cost him the World Heavyweight Championship. He says that being World Heavyweight Champion is the most important thing to him in the wrestling business, then says that now it's time to take something from Punk like he did to him. He promises to keep Punk from taking his pound of flesh from McIntyre, then says when Punk is cleared, he won't be able to say "Drew McIntyre" before he puts him back on the shelf. He reminds Punk that actions have consequences, then heads to the back.


We then head backstage to Adam Pearce, where Dominik Mysterio tries talking Pearce out of removing him from the Mixed Tag Team Match later tonight. Pearce refuses to do so.

Back at ringside, Jey Uso makes his way down. Chad Gable follows.

Chad Gable vs. Jey Uso

The bell rings and the two lock up. Jey fires off a few right hands on Gable, but Gable executes a mat return on him. Jey dumps Gable out of the ring and looks to land a tope suicida, but Gable catches him and delivers a belly-to-belly suplex.


Back from the break, Gable ascends to the top and delivers a diving headbutt to Jey. He goes for a pin, but Jey kicks out. Gable sends Jey crashing into the top turnbuckle, then sends him crashing over the top rope and to the outside. He delivers a tope suicida to Gable and gets him back in the ring, then ascends to the top and delivers a splash. Jey fires off right hands on Gable and connects with an enzuigiri. He follows it up with a Hip Attack in the corner and climbs back up to the top, but Gable trips him and cinches in an Ankle Lock. The lights go out, capturing Gable's attention. Jey takes advantage and lands a spear for the win.

Winner: Jey Uso

After the match, Jey quickly retreats to the back as the lights continue to go out. Smoke fills the ring, and the Wyatt Sicks' music begins playing. Sister Abigail appears, and Gable backs away from her. He slides out of the ring and retreats up the ramp. Abigail then hands a box over to Michael Cole.


We then head backstage to Jackie Redmond chatting with Sheamus about his 15th Anniversary in WWE. Bronson Reed interrupts and says everyone should be talking about him instead.

Back from the break, Pat McAfee opens up the box handed to him by Sister Abigail to reveal another VHS tape.

Bronson Reed then makes his way down to the ring. Pete Dunne follows.

Pete Dunne vs. Bronson Reed

The bell rings and the two lock up. Reed clocks Dunne, then gets him up on his shoulders. Dunne escapes by locking in an Arm bar on Reed. He lands an enzuigiri on him, then flies over the top rope and lands a forearm. Dunne follows it up with a moonsault off the ring apron and a second one off the ropes.


Back from the break, Reed lands a clothesline on Dunne and looks to follow it up with a senton. Dunne rolls out of the way to avoid it, then stomps on Reed's fingers and lands a kick on the side of his head. He follows it up with a pair of step-up enzuigiris and a running knee, then goes for a pin but Reed kicks out. Dunne stomps on Reed's tricep, then fires off stomps on his neck and connects with a Buckle Bomb. He then delivers a sit-out powerbomb and pins Dunne, but Dunne kicks out.

Reed ascends to the top, but Dunne catches him with another step-up enzuigiri and snaps his fingers. Reed fights off Dunne and lands the Tsunami on him for the win.

Winner: Bronson Reed

After the match, Reed drags Dunne over to the corner and looks to land another Tsunami. Before he can, Sheamus' music hits and he runs down to the ring to give Dunne a helping hand. He begins brawling with Reed, and Dunne rocks Reed with a running knee. Sheamus then lands a Brogue Kick on Reed and looks to hug Dunne, but Dunne pulls away from him and hops out of the ring still angry about the way in which The Brawling Brutes ended.


Back from the break, we see Seth "Freakin" Rollins approach Damian Priest to talk. He tells Priest it's better to be lucky than to be good. He says Priest was lucky on Saturday, but he was also good. He says since Priest kept his word and didn't involve Judgment Day in their World Heavyweight Championship match on Saturday, and says that he'll keep his word and never challenge him for his title again. He tells Priest he has to be better at SummerSlam to defeat GUNTHER, and Priest tells Rollins that he'll let him challenge again. Rollins walks off, and Priest answers a call, asking the person on the other end where they're at.

Back at ringside, Sami Zayn makes his way out.

Bron Breakker Confronts Sami Zayn

Zayn says that Bron Breakker brought everything in their Intercontinental Championship on Saturday, but he made the crucial mistake of thinking he was the underdog in the match. He says he's not an underdog anymore because he's a champion, then says he's been putting in top level performances night in and night out, and year in and year out. He says he's earned respect in the ring, and Breakker learned that there's a difference between knocking him down and keeping him down.


Breakker's music hits and he makes his way down to the ring. Zayn asks Breakker why he's in the ring, and Breakker stays silent. He stares down Zayn before Zayn hands him over the mic he's holding, and says he came down to the ring to look the only man that's beaten him in the eye. He admits he didn't think Zayn would be the first person on the main roster to beat him, and says he's been thinking. He then drops the mic and surprises Zayn with a spear. He rains down right hands on him, and officials run down to pry Breakker off Zayn. Officials escort Breakker to the back, but Breakker breaks free and delivers a second spear to Zayn. Ilja Dragunov then appears on the ramp to confront Breakker and check on Zayn.


Back from the break, Dragunov demands a match against Bron Breakker from Adam Pearce as Zayn is being checked on. Pearce agrees and makes it official for later tonight.

Judgment Day vs. Awesome Truth and Carlito

Back at ringside. Judgment Day makes their way down. Awesome Truth follows, and Judgment Day blindsides them from behind. Braun Strowman marches down to the ring, but Strowman chases them around the ring and sends Carlito crashing into the barricade. Awesome Truth catches Balor and McDonagh with a pair of Attitude Adjustments.


Carlito is tossed into the ring, and the bell sounds. Truth beats him down and delivers a Five Knuckle Shuffle, then follows it up with an Attitude Adjustment. He goes for a pin, but Balor breaks the fall.

Back from the break, McDonagh lands a leg drop on Miz. Balor becomes legal and levels Miz before McDonagh tags back in and lands an elbow drop on Miz. He clocks Truth on the apron, then tags in Strowman. Strowman tosses McDonagh across the ring, then lands a splash on an interfering Carlito. He looks to land one on McDonagh, but McDonagh moves out of the way. Balor tags in, but Strowman levels him and goes for a pin. McDonagh and Carlito break the fall, but Strowman levels them both with a double clothesline.


Truth tags in and runs over Judgment Day arm-in-arm with Strowman on the outside. He then chases McDonagh away from ringside. Balor catches Truth with a missile dropkick back inside the ring, then follows it up with the Coup De Grace for the win.

Winners: Judgment Day

Back from the break, we head over and see the VHS tape given to Michael Cole and Pat McAfee. On it, Bo Dallas talks to Uncle Howdy (off-screen) about the rest of the Wyatt Sicks, and says it's time to set them free. He asks Uncle Howdy if he thinks that him and the rest of the Wyatt Sicks are sick, and Uncle Howdy says he does. Dallas says that if that's the case, then "sick they will be."

We then head over and see Chad Gable ask Adam Pearce to do something about the Wyatt Sicks outside Pearce's office. He doesn't, and Gable says he'll deal with them himself. Pearce then walks into his office, where Bo Dallas is waiting.

Back at ringside, Ilja Dragunov makes his way down to the ring. Bron Breakker follows.

Ilja Dragunov vs. Bron Breakker

The bell rings and Dragunov charges at Breakker. Breakker sees him coming and catches him with a German suplex, then jams his knee into Dragunov's face. Dragunov lands a German suplex of his own on Breakker, then looks to land the Constantine Special. Breakker runs Dragunov over with a clothesline, but Dragunov lands a couple of chops on him. Breakker then connects with a powerslam on Dragunov.


Back from the break, Breakker delivers a spinebuster to Dragunov and fires off right hands on his oblique. The pair exchange forearms with one another before Dragunov lands a right hand on Breakker's thigh. He follows it up with an enzuigiri and ascends to the top, but Breakker trips him and joins him up there.

Dragunov pulls Breakker off the top and delivers a powerbomb. He climbs back up to the top and delivers a senton, then charges at him. Breakker intercepts Dragunov with a knee, then gets him up on his shoulders and connects with a gutbuster.

Breakker sends Dragunov crashing into the top turnbuckle before Dragunov looks to fly off the top rope. Breakker moves out of the way and clotheslines Dragunov out of the ring, then follows him out there and connects with a jumping knee on Breakker. He charges at Breakker, but Breakker grabs an office chair and tosses it at Dragunov, causing the disqualification.


Winner: Ilja Dragunov (via disqualification)

After the match, Breakker gets Dragunov back inside the ring and stomps on him, but Sami Zayn runs down to the ring and clotheslines Breakker out of the ring as officials try and separate the pair. Breakker pulls Zayn out of the ring and sends him crashing into the ring post, then tosses him over the announce desk.

Damage CTRL then makes their way down to the ring. Kayden Carter, Katana Chance and Lyra Valkyria follow.

Damage CTRL vs. Kayden Carter, Katana Chance and Lyra Valkyria

The bell rings and Damage CTRL wastes no time going after Carter, Chance, and Valkyria. Carter delivers an arm drag to Kairi Sane before Dakota Kai and Chance tag in. Carter and Chance double team on Kai, but Kai clocks Carter. Carter gets Kai up on her shoulders. Kai escapes and lands an arm drag. Valkyria tags in and lands a dropkick on Kai, then sends her crashing out of the ring. Carter and Chance send Sane and IYO SKY out of the ring to join Kai and fly to level Damage CTRL.


Back from the break, Chance lands a codebreaker on Kai. SKY and Valkyria tag in, and Valkyria levels SKY. She delivers an enzuigiri and a sit-out piledriver, then goes for a pin but SKY kicks out. Sane tags in and lands a spinning backfist on Valkyria. Kai then tags in and looks to land a double suplex on Valkyria. Carter saves Valkyria, and SKY and Chance join their respective teammates. Chance, Carter, and Valkyria deliver a triple suplex to Damage CTRL before Carter tags in. Valkyria sends Kai crashing into the mat, and Chance and Carter land the Keg Stand on her.

Sane flies off the top to level Valkyria, but Carter levels her with a kick. Carter delivers a chop to Sane, but Sane sends her crashing out of the ring with some help from Kai. Kai sends Carter crashing into the ring post, and SKY helps Sane fly over the top to level Chance and Valkyria on the outside. Back in the ring, SKY tags in and delivers Over The Moonsault to Carter for the win.


Winners: Damage CTRL

After the match, Shayna Baszler, Zoey Stark, and Sonya Deville appear and blindside Damage CTRL in the ring. They beat the trio down, and Baszler and Deville hold SKY in place as Stark lands a superkick on her. She tosses her over to Baszler, where she lands a jumping knee on her. Deville then connects with Deville's Advocate.

Back from the break, Liv Morgan and Dominik Mysterio make their way down to the ring. LWO follows.

Liv Morgan and Dominik Mysterio vs. Zelina Vega and Rey Mysterio in a Mixed Tag Team Match

Morgan and Vega begin the action. The bell rings and Vega levels Morgan. She connects with a boot on her mouth, then tags in Dominik. Rey gets inside the ring and Dominik fires off stomps on him in the corner. He whips Rey into the opposite corner, but Rey rains down right hands on him in the corner and lands a suplex.


Vega tags in and delivers a hurricanrana to Dominik, but Morgan runs over Vega and fires off forearms on her in the corner. Vega rains down right hands on Morgan in the corner, then connects with a bulldog on her and looks to charge at her. Dominik inserts himself between Morgan and Vega, but Rey accidentally sends Dominik crashing on top of Morgan. Morgan and Dominik end up on the outside, and Vega and Rey fly off the apron with a senton and a meteora and a senton respectively to level them both.

Back from the break, Dominik sits Rey on the top rope and looks to rip his mask off. He drapes Rey off the top rope by his knees, then fires off stomps on his midsection and fires off right hands on him. Dominik then connects with a Michinoku Driver on Rey and charges at him. Rey catches him with a back elbow and sends Dominik crashing out of the ring.


Vega tags in and levels Morgan with a few clotheslines. She follows it up with a running knee and a hurricanrana, then ascends to the middle rope and delivers a meteora. She goes for a pin, but Morgan kicks out. Vega sets up for a Code Red on Morgan, but Morgan escapes and lands the Three Amigos on Morgan. Morgan looks to deliver Oblivion on Vega, but Vega avoids it.

Rey and Dominik tag back in, and Rey delivers a hurricanrana to Dominik. He lands a forearm on him, then ascends to the top and delivers a senton before he lands a kick on his head and a springboard moonsault. Dominik then delivers the Three Amigos to Rey, but Rey block him after the first one. Rey then looks to dial it up for the 619, but Dominik catches it. Vega dials it up for a 619 of her own and Rey follows it up with a Frog Splash off the top. He goes for a pin, but Morgan breaks the fall. Vegan then dials it up for a 619 on Morgan, but Morgan sends her crashing into the ring post on the outside.

Morgan slides a chair into the ring as Rey and Dominik teeter on the top rope, but the referee disposes of it. While he's looking away, Morgan trips Rey, opening the door for Dominik to deliver a Frog Splash to Rey for the win.


Winners: Liv Morgan and Dominik Mysterio

After the match, Morgan hugs Dominik but Dominik pushes her off. The two then share a moment, but Rhea Ripley's music hits and she makes her return! She storms down to the ring as Morgan retreats through the crowd, then slides in the ring and confronts Dominik. Dominik looks to hug Ripley, but Ripley slides out of the ring and storms to the back. Dominik follows her and looks to defend himself, but Ripley ignores him and continues up the ramp as the show goes off the air.