WWE Monday Night Raw Results 31st October 2022: Winners, Highlights, Grades

WWE Monday Night RAW Results 31st October 2022

Monday Night Raw, or simply Raw, is one of the popular shows of WWE. It is a weekly show which takes place every Monday night. Yesterday, 31st October 2022, the show had a match with Bianca Belair, Nikki Cross, Seth Rollins, Austin Theory, Damian Priest, Karl Anderson, Riddle, Otis, Mustafa Ali, The Miz, Alexa Bliss, Asuka def, Dakota Kai, and YO SKY. On 31st October 2022, Night Raw has some best moments, including a heavy battle against all the superstars, which is the night’s highlight. Scroll down to learn more about the WWE Monday Night Raw Results.


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WWE Monday Night RAW Results Winners

The following table shows the WWE Monday Night Raw Results on 31st October 2022

Match Grade Winner
Bianca Belair vs. Nikki Cross Grade: B Bianca Belair
Seth Rollins vs. Austin Theory Grade: A Seth Rollins 
Damian Priest vs. Karl Anderson  Grade: B Karl Anderson 
Riddle vs. Otis  Grade: B Riddle
Mustafa Ali vs. The Miz Grade: B Mustafa Ali 
Alexa Bliss & Asuka vs. Dakota Kai & IYO SKY (c)    Grade: B+ Asuka & Alexa Bliss

WWE Monday Night RAW Results Highlights

Brock Lesnar and Bobby Lashley

Brock  Lesnar did not show up; Lashley claimed Brock has been ducking him for 20 years, he reported in the middle of the interview. Lashley ran out and started a brawl before the entire locker room came out after them to stop the fight. Triple H also threatened to cut their match from the show before the two were finally separated. Brock showed up in the ring instead and called Lashley out for a fight right then and there, less than a week before Crown Jewel. Triple H came to break them up and said he would cancel their Crown Jewel match if they touched each other again.


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WWE Raw, commonly known as Monday Night Raw or simply Raw, is a weekly professional wrestling television program that is now broadcast live on the USA Network in the United States every Monday at 8 p.m. ET. Characters from the Raw brand, for which WWE employees are tasked with working and performing, appear on the show. Along with Friday Night SmackDown, the program made its debut on January 11, 1993, and is today regarded as one of two flagship programs. In September 2000, Raw moved from the USA Network to TNN. In August 2003, TNN changed its name to Spike TV. On October 3, 2005, Raw returned to the USA Network, where it still airs today.

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