Bloodline use of ambush continues to yield dividend helps Solo Sikoa to a Street Fight victory over
Omos hauling Brock Lesnar out of the ring
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Roman Reigns’ Bloodline continues to use ambush tactics to prolong their hold to WWE wrestling titles. Yesterday’s Monday Night Raw saw the Bloodline use the waylay method to huge advantage this time at Kevin Owens’ disadvantage.
The Usos, once again deployed their now famous surprise attack on Owens to assist Solo Sikoa in edging out a win against a raging Owens in a brutal Street Fight.
One of the side attraction for the night saw the Nigerian Giant, Omos, effortlessly hurl out Brock Lesnar from the ring like a sack of trash without any repercussion.
Lesnar’s lack of reaction against the Nigerian’s assault was one of the major talking points for the night as no one has ever treated the Martial arts warrior, Lesnar, like that in the past without a major beatdown.
Also, Edge’s expected challenge of Finn Bálor to a Hell in a Cell brawl at WrestleMania was least expected.
WrestleMania 39 is still weeks to go with a much awaited April 1 and 2 schedule dates but it appears the WWE is leaving no stone unturned in their effort to arrange the cards.
WWE RAW Results for Monday, March 13, 2023
Damian Priest & Dominik Mysterio def. Johnny Gargano & Dexter Lumis
The formidable force of Johnny Wrestling and Dexter Lumis go head-to-head with The Judgment Day’s Damian Priest and Dominik Mysterio
Cody Rhodes def. LA Knight
LA Knight may have been insulted that he didn’t have a WrestleMania match as of yet, but that didn’t stop Cody Rhodes from overcoming the outspoken Superstar with the Cross Rhodes en-route to his Undisputed WWE Universal Title Match against Roman Reigns.
In the wake of his victory, The American Nightmare followed up his win with an emotional address of pure defiance towards The Bloodline in response to recent comments by Special Council Paul Heyman. The determined Superstar made it clear that “the sun is going down on Roman Reigns’ generational run.”
Bronson Reed def. Elias
Following a major communication breakdown last week, Rick Boogs was taking diligent notes at ringside. At the conclusion of the one-sided matchup, he surely recorded Elias hitting a harsh tune as he was soundly defeated by the Bronson Reed with a devastating Tsunami.
United States Champion Austin Theory def Angelo Dawkins
Following a backstage altercation with The Street Profits in the aftermath of his confrontation with John Cena last week, United States Champion Austin Theory took down Angelo Dawkins with A-Town Down.
When he continued his attack on Dawkins after the bell and locked him into the STF as a message to The Leader of the Cenation, Montez Ford charged down to the ring and Knight headed for the hills.
Rey Mysterio refused Dominik’s WrestleMania challenge
Seth “Freakin” Rollins def. Baron Corbin
After being knocked out in one punch by his WrestleMania opponent Logan Paul a week earlier, Seth “Freakin” Rollins took out his frustration on Baron Corbin in a one-on-one match. When The Host of WrestleMania The Miz got involved in the action, things backfired in a hurry for the A-Lister as The Visionary stepped on his back and used him as a launching pad to hit the victorious Stomp on his unfortunate opponent.
Bianca Belair def. Chelsea Green
Asuka saved The EST of WWE from a post-match attack
Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair picked up some retribution on the meddling Chelsea Green with the help of The K.O.D. When Carmella and Green launched another two-on-one assault after the bell, however, Belair’s WrestleMania challenger, Asuka, emerged to once again even the odds. As the smoke cleared, though, The Empress of Tomorrow opted to play some creepy mind games with The EST of WWE.
In a brutal Street Fight where the only way to win was by pin fall and submission, Solo Sikoa set out to finally finish Kevin Owens in an absolute war that incorporated the steel rings steps, tables (almost), the unrelenting ring post, steel chairs, the announce table and the general reckless abandoned of both Superstars.
Kevin Owens battled Solo Sikoa in a brutal Street Fight
In the height of the action, the Enforcer of The Bloodline launched KO off the top rope and onto six steel chairs. But still the determined Owens wouldn’t kicked out. Nevertheless, when the Superstars battled into the crowd and Owens chased his opponent backstage, he ran right into an ambush: tereo Superkicks by the waiting Usos. The Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions dragged Owens back in the ring and hit another pair of superkick. This paved the way for Solo to finish him off with the Samoan Spike for the victory.