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DID YOU ENJOY WWE RAW ON JANUARY 8TH 2024?

Really good show

Rated 5.0 out of 5
January 9, 2024

I feel, didn’t drag too much and sets up some things for the next few weeks. Truth stole the show though, he’s a worldwide treasure at this point

Steven

Amazing show tonight

Rated 5.0 out of 5
January 9, 2024

. The 3 hours just flew by.

Gerald

Punk is on a strong leash by the WWE.

Rated 5.0 out of 5
January 9, 2024

Drew, of all people, managed to cook him hard.

George

Fine show,

Rated 5.0 out of 5
January 9, 2024

some weird stuff in the middle but the opening promo and main event were good fun. Truth’s judgement day origin story was also fantastic

Vincent

Drew and CM Punk cooked on the mic.

Rated 5.0 out of 5
January 9, 2024

I was so hoping Cody would lose, needs a bit of a trial, he’s won near everything as of late. Letting Shinsuke get a rollup pin win wouldn’t kill Cody’s momentum, but hopefully Shinsuke eliminates Cody at rumble.

Theodore

Pretty good Raw

Rated 5.0 out of 5
January 9, 2024

What a promo from Drew he absolutely cooked

Balor vs Pretty good Raw

What a promo from Drew he absolutely cooked

Balor vs Ciampa was great it was nice to see them get over im all for this push

Good to see the injury to Vinci last week used to weave a storyline into today

KC2 are winning me over with every match they are so fun to watch

Truth is a national treasure funniest segment of the year

Big meaty men slapping meat, Ivar is a beast

Pretty good main event, Raw was cooking tonight

Terry

Obviously not as stacked as last week,

Rated 4.0 out of 5
January 9, 2024

but still an entertaining episode. The show’s structure also showed why Judgment Day’s such a handy faction to have on Raw as they interweave into multiple storylines. After serving as great foils for Raw’s superfaces (and it remains notable just how many people on Raw are over over) last year, they’ve been able to split them to have the men build up DIY as well as Miz/Truth, have kept the tensions with Rhea/Priest in the background (as seen by when Drew came up in their backstage promo), while letting Rhea run her division as singles champ (presenting her as the face against Nia, too) and still keep her aura.

Terry

absences of people like Gunther, Sami, Jey, were noticeable

Rated 3.0 out of 5
January 9, 2024

I personally felt the three hours tonight, The absences of people like Gunther, Sami, Jey, were noticeable. The setup for a Jinder and Seth feud is terrible. I would have given it to literally anyone else on the roster before him.

Timothy

Thoughts on who will join

Rated 5.0 out of 5
January 9, 2024

Cody, Shin, Punk, Bobby and Drew?

Jey

Sami

Gunther

Melo

Bron

Kross

Dom

Finn

Priest

Waller

Otis

Kofi

Theory

Truth

Miz

Trick

Ludwig

Santos

Rey

A couple of guys doing double duty? (KO, Logan, Roman, AJ, LA, Orton)

Forgive me if I’m missing an obvious one. I guess rumours/part timers/wishes/doesn’t really make sense for the story guys like Big E, Brock, Rock, Jimmy, Solo could also be there but yeah

Thomas

R-Truth…LOL

Rated 5.0 out of 5
January 9, 2024

Wild last 2 weeks out of nowhere for Hinder Mahal. Last week promo battle with Rock and then Rollins tonight and gets a WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match next week….lets go!

Ludwig Kaiser…..man that was a brutal beatdown on Kofi but has all the tools to become a successful mid card Champion once he’s on his own and out of Imperium

And R-Truth…LOL. That promo he did Judgement Day was epic. The guy is Gold and can make anything he does work to perfection. Love that guy!

Roger

WWE Royal Rumble 2024

Rated 5.0 out of 5
January 9, 2024

Drew has been incredible the past few months. He needs to be in the final four at the WWE Royal Rumble 2024

Randy

R-Truth stole the show

Rated 5.0 out of 5
January 9, 2024

R-Truth stole the show with his Judgment Day promo

Ralph

Seth or Cody

Rated 4.0 out of 5
January 9, 2024

I’ll be honest if I had any ability to choose I would avoid feuding with Seth or Cody both being built up for Wrestlemania main events.

Ryan

Great show,

Rated 5.0 out of 5
January 9, 2024

pretty much every segment felt memorable in some shape or form, third hour wasn’t quite at the same level as the previous but it still had good stuff

Emma

Great RAW!

Rated 5.0 out of 5
January 9, 2024

One of those nights I felt like just skipping through things since I’m impatient and couldn’t wait for the Rumble, but each segment got me hooked!

Richard

egular or PPV

Rated 4.0 out of 5
January 9, 2024

I think I’m going to be judging all WWE TV shows (regular or PPV) on whether they have an R-Truth segment.

Have one? Probably A+ review.

Don’t have one? Probably C- review.

Roger

Nakamura losing another big match

Rated 3.0 out of 5
January 9, 2024

Sick to my stomach at Nakamura losing another big match, but at least he’s been on PPVs, main events, and consistently on TV lately, unlike most of 2019-22. Hate that he can’t win one big feud, but I’ll take what I can get at this point.

Eugene

Shinsuke having long competitive matches

Rated 4.0 out of 5
January 9, 2024

It wasn’t that long ago that the idea of Shinsuke having long competitive matches with guys like Seth and Cody wouldn’t have been believed. I’m not sure where he goes from here, but Shinsuke’s in the best spot he’s been in a very long time

Willie

Punk has the chance to do the best thing possible

Rated 4.0 out of 5
January 9, 2024

Punk has the chance to do the best thing possible: Interfere Seth’s match next week and make the Jinder the champion.

Eugene

Drew and Punk feels like ages ago

Rated 4.0 out of 5
January 9, 2024

Drew and Punk feels like ages ago at this point but mainly because of how full Raw feels and this was without Sami, Gunther and with basically no Jey. Havent seen a bad Wrestling Show this Year and WWE is definitly playing a big part in it being good so far.

Elijah

Cody is genuinely getting close to goldberg level booking

Rated 5.0 out of 5
January 9, 2024

Cody is genuinely getting close to goldberg level booking. 123-5 since coming back to WWE. Absolutely dominant superhero booking

Ethan

Jinder said DAI-gress

Rated 5.0 out of 5
January 9, 2024

I always pronounced “digress” as dee-gress, but when I heard Jinder said DAI-gress, I realized that I was wrong. Thank you Modern Day Maharaja for opening my ears.

Eric

Never winning big time matches.

Rated 3.0 out of 5
January 9, 2024

Drew McIntyre 🤝 Shinsuke Nakamura

Raymond

Drew McIntyre is absolutely killing it

Rated 5.0 out of 5
January 9, 2024

Drew McIntyre is absolutely killing it with this new take on his character. Really hoping they don’t waste this.

George

Ludwig’s about to be European Patrick Bateman

Rated 3.0 out of 5
January 9, 2024

If only Eugene didn’t already re-enact Forrest Gump, I would’ve loved to see Truth do it if he wasn’t injured during WM 39.

Christopher

WWE Royal Rumble 2024

Rated 5.0 out of 5
January 9, 2024

Nia should be challenging Rhea at the Royal Rumble 2024, not entering it, but hey God forbid Rhea regularly defend her title.

Steven

Very good show tonight

Rated 5.0 out of 5
January 9, 2024

Good crowd, a great opener with Drew and CM Punk, a hilarious R-truth video package, Kaiser destroying Kofi, DIY slowly making its way towards a title shot and a very good main event with Cody vs Shinsuke in a street fight.

I’m also glad that GUNTHER is back next week, I wonder who will be his next challenger?

Thomas

Super Cena territory

Rated 2.0 out of 5
January 9, 2024

Cody has entered Super Cena territory for me. It’s why I was never invested in the Cody/Nakamura feud for a single second.

Charles

Congrats to Seth Rollins

Rated 5.0 out of 5
January 9, 2024

Congrats to Seth Rollins for beating Drew McIntyre after using a cross rhodes that launched Nakamura through a table. Sounds almost impossible…

Walter

jinder mahal is about to shockingly win

Rated 5.0 out of 5
January 9, 2024

jinder mahal is about to shockingly win the title despite being a jobber the previous year for the second time in his career

Edward

RAW 1/8/24 QUICK RESULTS:

Main Event:

  • Seth Rollins def. Jinder Mahal to retain the World Heavyweight Championship (Double Count-Out)

Undercard:

  • CM Punk vs. Drew McIntyre ended in a Double Count-Out
  • The Miz def. JD McDonagh (Disqualification)
  • Chelsea Green & Piper Niven def. Kayden Carter & Katana Chance to win the Women’s Tag Team Championship
  • Finn Balor def. Tommaso Ciampa
  • Kofi Kingston vs. Ludwig Kaiser ended in a Double Count-Out

Other Highlights:

  • Jinder Mahal returned to RAW after a lengthy absence.
  • McDonagh continued his unpredictable rise with a victory over The Miz.
  • The tension between Punk and McIntyre reached a boiling point.
  • Carter & Chance impressed in their title defense against Green & Niven.
  • The Road to WrestleMania officially began with a night of chaos and surprises.


Portland’s Punk Rock Riot: Uncaging Chaos on RAW 1/8/24

The Moda Center in Portland, Oregon, braced itself for a seismic shift on January 8th, 2024. Monday Night RAW wasn’t just another episode; it was a crucible, a stage where simmering tensions exploded and legends clashed. The air crackled with anticipation, a chaotic cocktail of hometown heroes, bitter rivalries, and the ever-present whisper of the Royal Rumble. This wasn’t just wrestling; it was an eruption of raw, unfiltered emotion, a punk rock riot that left the WWE Universe reeling.

The night kicked off with a heavyweight showdown between Drew McIntyre, the Scottish Warrior still stinging from his World Title near-miss, and CM Punk, the prodigal son returned from a nine-year odyssey. McIntyre, his kilt absent but his fury palpable, unloaded on Punk, accusing him of coasting on past glories. Punk, ever the master of the mic, countered with a blistering retort, reminding McIntyre that the spotlight still followed him, not the “claymore swinging pretender.” The tension was electric, a live wire buzzing between the two, foreshadowing the chaos to come.

The ring then became a canvas for a kaleidoscope of clashes. Finn Balor, the Prince of Darkness, clashed with Tommaso Ciampa, the Blackheart, in a dance of aerial acrobatics and brutal strikes. Ciampa, fueled by years of simmering resentment, emerged victorious, the victory etching a sinister grin on his face. Meanwhile, Kofi Kingston, the eternal optimist, tangled with Ludwig Kaiser, the stoic enforcer of Imperium. The match devolved into a whirlwind of high-flying acrobatics and clubbing German Suplexes, ending in a thrilling double count-out that left both men battered but unbowed.

The Women’s Tag Team Championship witnessed a battle of titans, with Kayden Carter & Katana Chance, the upstart duo, defending against the formidable Chelsea Green & Piper Niven. The match was a whirlwind of innovative tag team maneuvers and brutal power strikes, showcasing the raw talent of the next generation. In the end, Green & Niven, capitalizing on their size and experience, claimed the gold, sending shockwaves through the division.

The evening’s surprises didn’t end there. The Miz, ever the opportunist, found himself locked in a heated battle with JD McDonagh, the unpredictable Irishman. McDonagh, a whirlwind of chaos, pushed the Miz to his limits, forcing the A-Lister to dig deep into his arsenal of dirty tricks and desperate moves. In the end, McDonagh’s unrelenting aggression proved too much, leaving the Miz humbled and defeated.

But the true heart of the night resided in the main event. Seth Rollins, the reigning World Heavyweight Champion, faced the formidable Jinder Mahal, a former champion returning with a chip on his shoulder and a burning desire to reclaim his throne. The match was a clash of styles, Rollins’ technical mastery battling Mahal’s brute force. Rollins, battered and bruised, refused to yield, his resilience channeling the spirit of the Portland crowd. In a heart-stopping finale, Rollins capitalized on Mahal’s overconfidence, executing a perfectly timed Pedigree to retain his title.

As the final bell rang, the Moda Center erupted in a cacophony of cheers and boos. The night had been a rollercoaster, a raw and unfiltered display of human emotion played out on the grand stage of Monday Night RAW. It was a night where legends were challenged, underdogs rose, and chaos reigned supreme. It was a night that cemented Portland’s place in WWE history, a night that will be remembered as the “Portland Punk Rock Riot.”

But this wasn’t just about Portland. RAW 1/8/24 was a microcosm of the WWE Universe as a whole. It was a reminder that the Road to WrestleMania is paved with uncertainty, that every night is a chance for glory and every match a potential turning point. It was a night that left everyone breathless, wondering what twists and turns the coming weeks would bring.

The chaos of RAW 1/8/24 and really paint a picture for our readers.

Delving into the Depths of Rivalries:

  • Punk vs. McIntyre: We touched on the fiery exchange between these two titans, but let’s dissect the brutality of their actual match. The bell tolls, the crowd roars, and McIntyre charges at Punk like a wounded bull. Punk, the seasoned strategist, dodges the initial onslaught, using his agility to wear down McIntyre’s raw power. The ring becomes a dance of desperation and cunning, each blow echoing with the weight of their history.

McIntyre, fueled by his near-title miss, rains down Claymore Kicks, each one connecting with a sickening thud. Punk counters with thunderous GTS attempts, narrowly missing each time. The tension is palpable, the air thick with anticipation. Finally, in a moment of chaos, Punk capitalizes on a misstep, locking McIntyre in the excruciating Anaconda Vise. McIntyre roars in agony, but before he can tap, the official calls for the bell due to a double count-out. The crowd erupts in a mix of boos and cheers, the outcome as unsatisfying as it is fitting. Both men are battered and bruised, their rivalry far from over.

Chaos and Chicanery:

  • The Miz vs. McDonagh: The A-Lister’s carefully constructed facade cracks under McDonagh’s relentless assault. The Irishman, a whirlwind of unpredictable fury, throws everything at The Miz, from stiff lariats to unorthodox submissions. The Miz counters with desperation, resorting to his usual bag of tricks – low blows, eye pokes, and even a well-placed hairspray mist. But McDonagh is unfazed, his eyes burning with a manic hunger. The fight spills out of the ring, chairs become weapons, and the steel steps echo with the thud of bodies. Finally, McDonagh catches The Miz mid-running knee, a brutal forearm smash sending the A-Lister crashing through the announce table. The ref calls for the DQ, but the damage is done. The Miz’s ego lies shattered on the canvas, while McDonagh stands tall, a chaotic grin splitting his face.

Women on the Warpath:

  • Tag Team Turmoil: The Women’s Tag Team Championship match showcased the raw talent of the next generation. Carter & Chance, underdogs with lightning-fast tag team maneuvers, gave Green & Niven, the established veterans, a serious run for their money. Innovative double teams, gravity-defying dives, and gutsy reversals kept the crowd on the edge of their seats. However, Green & Niven’s experience and brute strength proved too much in the end. A well-timed Beast Slam from Niven on Carter, followed by a picture-perfect Splashtastic from Green on a prone Chance, secured the gold for the dominant duo. The roar of the crowd as Carter & Chance embraced in defeat spoke volumes – the future of the division is bright, and these young women are just getting started.

A Main Event Worthy of Mayhem:

  • Rollins vs. Mahal: The World Heavyweight Championship hung in the balance as Rollins, the cerebral champion, faced Mahal, the returning powerhouse. The match was a masterclass in contrasting styles. Rollins, all technical precision and calculated counters, weaved around Mahal’s thunderous strikes and punishing holds. Mahal, fueled by years of frustration, charged like a battering ram, his every blow resonating through the arena. The champion, battered and bloodied, refused to yield, his resilience mirroring the unwavering support of the Portland crowd.

Just when it seemed Mahal’s relentless assault might overwhelm Rollins, the tides turned. A perfectly timed springboard clothesline sent Mahal staggering. Capitalizing on the momentary opening, Rollins executed a picture-perfect Pedigree, driving Mahal face-first into the canvas. The champion retained, his roar of victory echoing through the Moda Center. But the victory wasn’t without cost. Rollins lay sprawled on the mat, his body a testament to the brutality he had endured. As he slowly rose, the aura of invincibility surrounding him had cracked. The Road to WrestleMania was paved with thorns, and every challenger seemed hungrier than the last.

Beyond the Bell:

RAW 1/8/24 wasn’t just about spectacular matches and shocking outcomes. It was a microcosm of the WWE Universe itself, a tapestry woven with threads of triumph, heartbreak, and the ever-present anticipation of what’s next. In the backstage corridors, whispers swirled like smoke.

  • Punk, ever the enigma, vanished into the Portland night, leaving speculation in his wake. Did this draw signify a renewed commitment, a simmering anger, or simply another chapter in his unpredictable journey? Only Punk himself knew, and he wasn’t sharing.
  • McIntyre, his face a roadmap of fury, stormed out of the arena. Would his near-victory fuel his fire or send him spiraling into self-doubt? The Scottish Warrior’s path remained shrouded in uncertainty.
  • McDonagh, a hurricane of chaos, revelled in his victory over The Miz. This unpredictable force of nature had served notice – he was no longer content with the fringes, he was aiming for the heart of the spotlight.
  • Green & Niven, newly crowned Tag Team Champions, basked in the cheers of the crowd. Their reign of dominance had begun, and they were leaving no doubt who the queens of the division were.
  • Rollins, the champion, stood alone. His victory came at a cost, both physically and emotionally. Would he emerge stronger from this war, or would the cracks in his armor widen with each challenge?

The echoes of RAW 1/8/24 would reverberate for weeks to come. Rivalries rekindled, new stars ascended, and the road to WrestleMania took a sharp turn into uncharted territory. One thing was certain: the chaos that erupted in Portland was just a prelude to the storm brewing on the horizon. As the clock ticked down towards the grandest stage of them all, the question lingered on every fan’s lips: who would survive the anarchy and emerge as the ultimate champion?

Raw Redux: The Road to WWE Royal Rumble 2024 Heats Up in Portland!

The Moda Center in Portland, Oregon, braces for a seismic Monday Night Raw tonight as the Road to the Royal Rumble kicks into high gear! Tensions are electric, rivalries simmer, and championship dreams flicker in the spotlight. Buckle up, WWE Universe, because this is an episode you won’t want to miss!

The Best in the World Returns: The electricity crackles in the air as the Second City Saint himself, CM Punk, makes his triumphant return to Raw! His absence has left a gaping void, and all eyes will be glued to the ring as Punk retakes the microphone. Will he ignite a verbal firestorm, declaring himself the inevitable Rumble winner? Or will a Raw Superstar step forward, challenging the “Best in the World” to a showdown that could rewrite the Rumble landscape?

A Grudge Match for the Ages: The air is thick with animosity as Cody Rhodes and Shinsuke Nakamura clash in a rematch reeking of poison mist and bad blood. Their Holiday Hustle brawl was just a taste of their boiling feud, and tonight, they settle the score in the squared circle. Expect a brutal ballet of strikes and submissions, fueled by the lingering sting of Nakamura’s mist attack and Rhodes’ unwavering hunger for justice. Will the American Nightmare finally vanquish the King of Strong Style, or will Nakamura prove that his venomous tactics are the ultimate weapon?

Tag Team Turmoil: The WWE Women’s Tag Team Titles are on the line as the newly crowned champions, Katana Chance & Kayden Carter, defend against the formidable duo of Chelsea Green & Piper Niven. The “Toxic Attraction” duo has a score to settle after losing their gold at Day 1, and their aggression will be palpable. Can the resilient Chance & Carter hold onto their hard-earned championship, or will the unstoppable force of Green & Niven reclaim their throne?

A Collision of Beasts: The rivalry between Tommaso Ciampa & Finn Bálor reaches a boiling point in a high-stakes encounter. The NXT alums have clashed on numerous occasions, but tonight, they go toe-to-toe with the Royal Rumble looming large. Victory could propel either Superstar into the Rumble as a top contender, while defeat could crush their momentum. Expect a brutal display of athleticism and grit as these two titans collide in a battle for dominance.

Beyond the Spotlight: The Raw card is overflowing with captivating matchups and intriguing storylines. Riddle seeks redemption against Elias after their “Symphony of Destruction” debacle. Asuka and Alexa Bliss look to continue their mysterious alliance against the ever-dominant Damage CTRL. The Judgment Day aims to solidify their grip on Raw, while MVP orchestrates his own power plays. Every Superstar has something to prove, every match a stepping stone on the Road to the Royal Rumble.

The Rumble Spectacle: The Royal Rumble is just weeks away, and the whispers of potential entrants are growing louder. Will Brock Lesnar return to defend his title? Will legends like The Undertaker or Stone Cold Steve Austin make surprise appearances? Will Raw’s rising stars like Solo Sikoa or Carmella seize their moment? The possibilities are endless, and the anticipation is reaching fever pitch.

Portland, prepare for pandemonium! Raw tonight is a powder keg of emotions, rivalries, and championship aspirations. It’s a night where legends return, stories unfold, and destinies are forged on the Road to the Royal Rumble. So, tune in, WWE Universe, and witness the electrifying spectacle of Raw unfold before your eyes!

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