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Seth Rollins earns a WWE Title opportunity in electric Season Premiere of Raw

Rollins, Mysterio, Bálor and Owens step to Big E: Raw, Oct. 25, 2021

WWE Champion Big E kicks off the new era of Raw, and Seth Rollins, Rey Mysterio, Finn Bálor, and Kevin Owens all emerge to make their title challenge cases. Catch WWE action on Peacock, WWE Network, FOX, USA Network, Sony India and more.

Seth Rollins, Rey Mysterio, Finn Bálor and Kevin Owens stepped to Big E for title opportunity

Fresh off his title defense against Drew McIntyre at WWE Crown Jewel, WWE Champion Big E kicked off the new era of Raw wondering who should be next in line to challenge for his title.

The champ did not have to wait long for an answer as Seth Rollins, Rey Mysterio, Finn Bálor and Kevin Owens all came out to throw their names into the ring. The conversation quickly broke down into chaos, leading to WWE official Sonya Deville creating a Fatal 4-Way Ladder Match for a WWE Championship opportunity.

The Street Profits vs. The Dirty Dawgs vs. Alpha Academy – Triple Threat Match: Raw, Oct. 25, 2021

The Street Profits, Dolph Ziggler & Robert Roode, and The Alpha Academy square up in a Triple Threat Tag Team Match for an opportunity at the Raw Tag Team Titles. Catch WWE action on Peacock, WWE Network, FOX, USA Network, Sony India and more.

The Dirty Dawgs earned a Tag Team Title opportunity following their Triple Threat victory

With an opportunity to take on RK-Bro for the Raw Tag Team Titles, The Street Profits, Dolph Ziggler & Robert Roode and Alpha Academy battled it out in Triple Threat action. Determined to get the Raw Tag Team Titles back, The Street Profits rolled early, clearing the ring with some high-flying tandem moves.

Angelo Dawkins & Montez Ford held the upper hand throughout the match and looked to seal the victory as Ford climbed to the top rope until Omos marched down to the ring. After Omos launched Ford into the barricade and struck Dawkins with a massive right hand, Dawkins stumbled back into a combined spinebuster and Zig Zag to give Ziggler and Roode the pinfall.

Doudrop vs. Queen Zelina: Raw, Oct. 25, 2021

Doudrop gets a chance at retribution after falling to Queen Zelina in the Queen’s Crown Tournament Finals at WWE Crown Jewel. Catch WWE action on Peacock, WWE Network, FOX, USA Network, Sony India and more.

Queen Zelina def. Doudrop following first royal proclamation

Queen Zelina donned her crown and reveled in her coronation as the first ever Queen’s Crown Tournament Champion. After addressing her subjects and detailing how she will reign, Queen Zelina welcomed Doudrop to the ring to prove what happens to those who stand in her way.

Reminiscent of the her match against Doudrop at WWE Crown Jewel, Queen Zelina could not match her opponent’s power and was often tossed around the ring. Even when Queen Zelina hit Doudrop with a pair of knees to the face, she could only get a two-count. Realizing the mismatch, Queen Zelina untied a turnbuckle, causing the ref to be distracted long enough for her to grab her scepter and strike Doudrop in the head to earn the win.

Bianca Belair is coming for Becky Lynch and the Raw Women’s Title: Raw, Oct. 25, 2021

Bianca Belair is far from done with Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch, as she looks to make good on her championship rematch opportunity. Catch WWE action on Peacock, WWE Network, FOX, USA Network, Sony India and more.

Bianca Belair delivered a painful statement to Becky Lynch in pursuit of the Raw Women’s Title

The Man came around toting her new Raw Women’s Championship and proclaiming herself as the new face of Raw and insisting that she was done with Bianca Belair. Lynch claimed that is was time to give an opportunity to someone new.

But The EST of WWE was not done with Lynch. Belair reminded Big Time Becks that she still has a championship rematch after defeating then Raw Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair, and she wanted her opportunity right then and there.

Lynch scoffed at the idea and told Belair to get to the back of the line, setting off Belair, who pummeled the champ, tossed her over the announcer’s table and beat her with a Kendo stick until Lynch escaped up the ramp.

Damian Priest pummels T-BAR following Championship Contender Match: Raw, Oct. 25, 2021

After T-BAR pulls out a chair in a Championship Contender Match, United States Champion Damian Priest flips a switch to pummel the challenger. Catch WWE action on Peacock, WWE Network, FOX, USA Network, Sony India and more.

Damian Priest def. T-BAR via disqualification

After his tag team partner MACE was drafted to SmackDown, T-BAR started his solo career against United States Champion Damian Priest. T-BAR looked strong against the champion, manhandling Priest and hitting a thunderous moonsault off the top rope.

Priest finally regained his composure to knock T-BAR out of the ring, where T-BAR promptly threw a chair at Priest to get disqualified. Enraged by the attack, Priest flipped a switch and clobbered T-BAR with a monstrous clothesline.

The U.S. Champion laid waste to T-BAR, throwing him into the ring post before rolling him into the squared circle and hitting the Reckoning.

Liv Morgan vs. Carmella: Raw, Oct. 25, 2021

The self-proclaimed “Most Beautiful Woman in all of WWE” continues her rivalry with Liv Morgan after both were drafted to Raw. Catch WWE action on Peacock, WWE Network, FOX, USA Network, Sony India and more.

Carmella def. Liv Morgan

Carmella and Liv Morgan added another chapter in their first night on Raw. Donning her protective mask, Carmella avoided any serious damage that Morgan tried to deliver to her face, including a running bulldog slam on the announcer’s table.

Luckily for Carmella, the mask absorbed most of the damage, and as Morgan rolled her foe back into the ring, Carmella rallied to put Morgan down for the three-count.

Keith “Bearcat” Lee vs. Cedric Alexander: Raw, Oct. 25, 2021

“The Bearcat” is back on Raw, and he looks to claw his way to the top starting with The Hurt Business’ Cedric Alexander. Catch WWE action on Peacock, WWE Network, FOX, USA Network, Sony India and more.

Keith “Bearcat” Lee def. Cedric Alexander

It was Keith “Bearcat” Lee who was in the hurt business tonight, as the gargantuan competitor dismantled Cedric Alexander. Lee tossed Alexander around like a ragdoll, running through him like a freight train before planting him with a mammoth powerslam for the win.

Austin Theory snaps another selfie at the expense of Dominik Mysterio: Raw, Oct. 25, 2021

Austin Theory is back in his camera roll, snapping another selfie after defeating Dominik Mysterio. Catch WWE action on Peacock, WWE Network, FOX, USA Network, Sony India and more.

Austin Theory def. Dominik Mysterio

Austin Theory cares more about his camera roll than making friends. Looking to get a selfie with Rey Mysterio, Theory blew off Dominik Mysterio, who did not take kindly to the disrespect, so the two decided to settle their issues in the ring.

Mysterio attempted to humble the cocky Theory with some kicks to the head and a running bulldog off the top rope, but Theory eventually caught Mysterio with an ATL to earn the pinfall.

RK-Bro vs. Dolph Ziggler & Robert Roode – Raw Tag Team Championship Match: Raw, Oct. 25, 2021

After earning a championship opportunity earlier in the night, Dolph Ziggler & Robert Roode take on RK-Bro for the Raw Tag Team Titles. Catch WWE action on Peacock, WWE Network, FOX, USA Network, Sony India and more.

RK-Bro retained the Raw Tag Team Championship against Dolph Ziggler & Robert Roode

Dolph Ziggler & Robert Roode did not look winded in their second match of the night, giving RK-Bro all they could handle at the opening bell. Randy Orton & Riddle showcased why they are Raw Tag Team Champions with some stellar teamwork, but after Roode pulled the feet out from Riddle to send him crashing onto the apron, The Dirty Dawgs took advantage.

The Ultimate Bro finally slipped out of the way of Roode and tagged in Orton, but The Viper was quickly subdued after being launched over the barricade and into the timekeeper’s area. Ziggler & Roode used their teamwork to take it to Orton, but they couldn’t keep him down for long, as he powered out of a submission hold to tag in Riddle.

A fired-up Riddle came storming into the match, laying waste to Ziggler & Roode and looking for a pin before Roode jumped into action to save his partner. Roode did not see The Viper preparing to strike though, and he ate an RKO that allowed Riddle to roll up Ziggler to retain the titles.

Rey Mysterio vs. Seth Rollins vs. Finn Bálor vs. Kevin Owens - Fatal 4-Way Ladder Match: Raw, Oct. 25, 2021

Seth Rollins, Rey Mysterio, Finn Bálor and Kevin Owens attempt to earn a WWE Championship opportunity in a wild Fatal 4-Way Ladder Match. Catch WWE action on Peacock, WWE Network, FOX, USA Network, Sony India and more.

Seth Rollins survived a grueling Fatal 4-Way Ladder Match to earn a WWE Championship opportunity

After the match was made earlier in the night, Seth Rollins, Rey Mysterio, Finn Bálor and Kevin Owens put their bodies on the line for an opportunity at Big E’s WWE Championship.

Very accustomed to ladder matches, KO was the first to pick up a ladder, destroying everyone in his path and powerslamming Bálor onto it. After delivering a superkick to Rollins, Owens looked to take out The Visionary of Drip with a cannonball off the top rope, but Rollins rolled out of the way, sending Owens crashing down onto the ladder.

Rollins took advantage of the opportunity by picking up the ladder and hitting anything that moved until Bálor tripped up and stomped Rollins, smushing him beneath the ladder after tossing Owens on top. Bálor  then climbed the ladder but was met at the top by Mysterio. The two duked it out until Owens sent them and the ladder tumbling to the mat.

Owens fought off the other three Superstars and had his hands on the prize, but a quick Mysterio raced up the ladder to grab his leg and prevent him from unclipping it. Enraged, Owens slammed Mysterio face-first into the ladder, rolling out of the ring to inflict more damage. He continued to lay waste to the competition until a diving Rollins took him off his feet.

The Superstars continued to trade blow after blow until all four were laid out flat on the mat. The Monday Night Messiah was the first to finally reenter the fray, only to be met by Bálor as the two battled outside the ring. Unbeknownst to both competitors, Mysterio was busy climbing up the ladder, nearly making it to the top before Bálor swooped in to deny him.

KO then popped up out of nowhere to deliver a Stunner to The Prince and a huge powerbomb to Mysterio through a table. He looked to do the same to Rollins, but Rollins reversed it by flipping Owens over the ropes and sending him crashing through a ladder outside the ring. Rollins then delivered a stomp to Bálor, leaving the coast clear for The Visionary to climb the ladder and claim the opportunity.