November 20, 2018
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WWE Raw results 5 October 2018- Fallout show for the Crown Jewel

Tonight’s WWE Monday Night Raw comes live from the Manchester Arena in Manchester, England. The live event features the fallout show from the Crown Jewel that aired last Friday in Saudi Arabia. The show will also feature the build to the Survivor series.

Today’s main featured includes- What’s next for the Riott squad and Rollins and Ambrose are still the RAW tag team champions.

Here are all the WWE Raw results 5 October 2018.


Results

Bayley, Sasha Banks & Natalya vs. Riott Squad- Liv Morgan, Ruby Riott, & Sarah Logan

Winners: Match goes in no results as Ruby Riott breaks Natalya’s sunglasses given to her by her dad- The late Anvil Neidhart. Natalya cries on the sidelines as Bayley and Sasha accompany her while Riott Squad rush to the locker room arena.

Apollo Crews vs. Jinder Mahal

Winners: Crews win via pinfall courtesy military press drop

Ronda Rousey attacks Becky Lynch with her words

Authors of Pain- Akam & Rezar vs. Seth Rollins- WWE Raw Tag Team Championship Handicap Match

Winners: Rollins shows up the fight but some distraction from Drave Maverick gives the momentum to AOP.

AOP win by pinfall courtesy powerbomb / neckbreaker combo.

Dean Ambrose continues to attack Seth Rollins

Dolph Ziggler vs. Elias

Winner: Elias wins by pinfall courtesy Drift Away

Braun Strowman fails to get those hands on Baron Corbin

Ember Moon vs. Nia Jax

Results: Nia Jax wins by pinfall courtesy pop-up Samoan Drop

Bobby Lashley vs. Finn Balor

Results: Bobby Lashley wins by pinfall courtesy Yokosuka Cutter

Drew McIntyre vs. Kurt Angle

Results: Drew McIntyre wins by submission with an ankle lock.

If Angle managed to win the match, he would have been the captain of RAW team at upcoming Survivor series.

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