WWE Raw Results 5/29/17

05.29.17 11 months ago 10 Comments

Here are your quick and dirty, editorial-free WWE Raw results for May 29, 2017. This week’s episode featured Enzo Amore continuing to get jumped backstage, Alexa Bliss putting on a This Is Your Life segment for Bayley, and two former members of the Shield going head to head in the main event.

Be back here tomorrow for the full Best and Worst of Raw column.

WWE Raw Results:

— The show opened with Miz TV, where the Miz welcomed in Cesaro and Sheamus as his guests. After all three people verbally ran down Dean Ambrose and the Hardy Boyz, they were confronted by their opponents for Extreme Rules this Sunday, leading to…

1. Dean Ambrose and the Hardy Boyz defeated the Miz, Sheamus and Cesaro. This six-man tag match was made by GM Kurt Angle. Jeff Hardy scored the pin on the Miz following the Swanton Bomb. Following the match, Corey Graves abruptly left the commentary table and headed backstage with his phone in hand.

— Backstage, Corey Graves met with Kurt Angle regarding some mysterious information on Graves’ phone. Angle said that if what Graves was showing him was true, it could ruin him.

2. Elias Samson defeated Zac Evans. Samson won quickly following a swinging neckbreaker.

— Backstage, both Samoa Joe and Bray Wyatt talked about how they would beat one another, as well as Finn Bálor, in their upcoming triple threat match.

3. Samoa Joe defeated Finn Bálor and Bray Wyatt. This was a triple threat match made last week. Samoa Joe stole a pin on Bray Wyatt by throwing Finn Bálor out of the ring after Bálor hit the Coup De Grace on Wyatt.

— Backstage, Seth Rollins commented on his history with Roman Reigns before their match later in the show, as well as promising he would be victorious at Extreme Rules this Sunday.

4. Rich Swann defeated Noam Dar. Swann was accompanied by Sasha Banks, while Dar was accompanied by Alicia Fox. Banks attacked Fox outside the ring, allowing Swann to connect with a Phoenix Splash on Dar for the win.

— Backstage, Charly Caruso interviewed the Revival, who said they had nothing to do with Enzo Amore being attacked backstage last week. Caruso then played video from last week showing the Revival were in the building. They continued to deny their involvement.

— Corey Graves speculated that it was Big Cass who took out Enzo Amore. Cass then confronted Graves, who backed down.

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