Raw: The Miz hosted Theory

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Raw: The Miz hosted Theory

Moving backstage Sarah Schreiber asks Rhea Ripley why she attacked Liv Morgan like that last week and The Nightmare replies that she broke off being paired with people who let her down because she prefers to be alone and go back to winning as she did.

just arrived on the main roster. At that moment, however, Liv Morgan attacks her and the two are divided by the referees. Staying backstage we see KO talking to Chad Gable after last week's lie detector segment, but Seth Rollins interrupts them to talk about a strategy for their match, but the Canadian reminds him of how he insulted him last week and the two.

they yell at each other a little, but the Usos put them back on track... more or less. Before moving on to the main event, MVP and Omos are interviewed backstage and the manager says this challenge was not based on muscles, but on the brain and then announces that Omos officially challenged Bobby Lashley at Wrestlemania Backlash.

8-Man Tag Team Match. The bell does not even have time to ring but everyone begins to attack like crazy and to stay in the ring is the "good team" After the break, however, the match began and in the ring, we find Ezekiel and Jimmy Uso.

The Miz hosted Theory on this week’s Miz TV. He put over the new United States Champion before Mustafa Ali made his much-awaited return to WWE RAW.

The Miz hosted Theory

The Miz and Theory made fun of Ali before the latter demanded a United States Championship match later in the night.

After Theory refused, he taunted both men and got a match against The A-Lister instead. The pace of the match is quite high and obviously the “heel team” plays very dirty, but the fantastic work of wrestling and telling stories of Seth Rollins is to be particularly appreciated.

It's a mystery why that man doesn't have a belt around his waist again. When he enters, Randy Orton knocks them out one after the other in and out of the ring making the crowd go crazy !!! Then he throws Jey Uso, the only one available at the moment, in the ring, gives him his DDT and loads the RKO, but Seth Rollins interrupts him and from there begins the chain of cross moves between all the participants.

In the end, Jey Uso tries to throw himself at Orton from the stake but RKO TO FLY AND ONE TWO THREE! Nice way to celebrate 20 years of career! Here also ends this story of the last episode of Raw, which was really very interesting, with many returns and many feuds that are increasingly igniting in view of Wrestlemania Backlash.