WWE Raw notes: Becky Lynch defeats Bianca Belair, Kevin Owens/Big E, Liv Morgan

Becky Lynch retains over Bianca Belair, Kevin Owens and Big E clash, Liv Morgan arises as a new challenger, Women's Tag Titles and more on Raw

To open Monday Night Raw, Becky Lynch successfully defended the Raw Women’s Championship against Bianca Belair. Lynch removed a turnbuckle pad and pushed Belair into it which led to her rolling up Belair for the win. Later in the show, Lynch was interviewed backstage and a new challenger arose in the form of Liv Morgan.

There was a segment involving Kevin Owens, Seth Rollins and WWE Champion Big E to set up the main event between Owens and Big E. During his promo, Owens said he’ll always do his best to entertain the fans and “it doesn’t matter if that’s for the next three months or the next three years.” In the main event, Owens received an unwanted assist from Seth Rollins but Big E was still able to secure the win. Post-match, Owens challenged Rollins to a match next week on Raw. He also attempted to explain to Big E that he did not want Rollins’ help but Big E gave Owens the ‘Big Ending’.

WWE officially announced Tribute To The Troops for Sunday, November 14th.

Queen Zelina Vega and Carmella defeated the current WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Rhea Ripley and Nikki A.S.H.

There was a rematch on the show between United States Champion Damian Priest and T-BAR. This go-around was a No-DQ match and Priest got the win. As he was celebrating, he was confronted by Apollo Crews and Commander Azeez. Crews let Priest know that he is coming for the U.S. Title.

During a singles match between Rey Mysterio and Austin Theory, as Rey was setting up for the ‘619’, Dominik Mysterio hit Theory and got his father disqualified.

John Pollock and Wai Ting’s recording of Rewind-A-Raw is currently live for patrons. To hear their thoughts about tonight’s Raw, head over to this link.

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