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WWE RAW Results: Carter-Chance Retains Women’s Tag Team Title; CM Punk Targets Royal Rumble

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<p>On January 8, the most recent broadcast of Monday Night RAW featured a lot of thrilling fights. The first section of the broadcast featured CM Punk and Drew McIntyre having a little conversation inside the ring. Punk acknowledged that he had come back with the intention of winning WrestleMania and the Royal Rumble this time.</p>
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<p>Together with Johnny Gargano, Tommaso Ciampa took against Finn Balor and Damian Priest in the first match. After that, Otis, backed by the Alpha Academy, battled Ivar and Valhalla; Ludwig Kaiser faced Kofi Kingston; and the Miz squared off against JD McDonagh and Damian Priest.</p>
<p>In another battle from the program, Kayden Carter and Kitana Chance defended their WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship against Chelsea Green and Piper Niven. Additionally, there was a street brawl between Shinsuke Nakamura and Cody Rhodes, two superstars of RAW. Let’s examine the specific outcomes of Monday Night RAW’s broadcast on January 8:</p>
<p><strong>Balor and Priest vs Ciampa and Gargano:</strong></p>
<p>The contest began with Ciampa and Balor, with the former controlling the exchange. Balor tried a double stomp after they had traded blows, but Ciampa was able to avoid it. Priest assumed command at that point and beat Gargano against the announce desk. Balor attempted a suplex after ambushing Ciampa from behind. Balor was quickly trapped by Ciampa, who went on to win the fight by a three-count.</p>
<p><strong>Kingston vs Kaiser:</strong></p>
<p>Kaiser launched several attacks early in the contest to seize control of the situation. Kaiser deflected Kingston’s attempt at a dive with an elbow. Kingston was then sent inside the barrier by him. The officials and referee had to step in to diffuse the tension even though the game ended in a tie.</p>
<p><strong>WWE Women’s Championship Tag Team:</strong></p>
<p>The reigning champs got off to a fantastic start, and Green took a beating. Carter thwarted Niven’s attempt at a surprise strike. Green then threw Chance into the corner, and Niven applied a low crossbody. After some thrilling maneuvers, Carter and Chance joined forces with the Kickstand to seal the win.</p>
<p><strong>The Miz vs Priest & McDonagh:</strong></p>
<p>Priest came there again to help McDonagh against the Miz after the first bout ended in defeat. At the ringside, R-truth also made an appearance and attempted to divert McDonagh. It enabled the Miz to pull off the victory with his famous Skull Crushing Finale.</p>
<p><strong>Otis vs Ivar:</strong></p>
<p>Ivar kicked Otis in the abdomen to begin the battle. Otis attempted a back elbow countermove but was instead hit with a powerbomb. After exchanging a few more blows, Ivar managed to knock out his opponent with a moonsault off the top rope and a spinning back-heel kick.</p>
<p><strong>Street Fight: Nakamura vs. Rhodes</strong></p>
<p>Without a question, this was the episode’s most anticipated part. After spending the first part of the match outside the ring, both superstars were attacked by Nakamura with a broom and a kendo staff. Rhodes produced a kendo stick as well, but he was unable to continue. After that, he attempted to arrange the table but had to recover from a few nunchuck shots. Nakamura fought back and forth, but eventually gave up when Rhodes tried a Cody Cutter and then followed it up with Crossroads.</p>


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