Here are your quick and dirty, editorial-free WWE Raw results for July 30, 2018.
The episode featured Seth Rollins vs. Drew McIntyre, appearances from Brock Lesnar and Ronda Rousey, and more.
WWE Raw Results:
Roman Reigns and Paul Heyman argued about who would win the Universal Championship at SummerSlam. Reigns once again called Brock Lesnar his “bitch.”
Baron Corbin defeated Finn Bálor. Corbin won a long match with the End of Days. After the match, Corbin continued attacking Bálor to send a message.
Alicia Fox defeated Natalya after interference from Alexa Bliss. After the match, Ronda Rousey attacked Bliss, but was attacked by Fox. Rousey took out Fox with a Samoan drop.
Elias was interrupted by Bobby Lashley, and they decided to duet. Lashley sang part of ‘Rockin’ Robin’ before Elias attacked him.
Jinder Mahal defeated Braun Strowman by count-out when Kevin Owens tried to steal Strowman’s Money in the Bank briefcase.
Apollo Crews defeated Akam with a roll-up.
Mojo Rawley insulted the locker room. Bobby Roode stuck up for them, and the two brawled.
Seth Rollins defeated Drew McIntyre by disqualification. Rollins hit McIntyre with a curb stomp, causing Dolph Ziggler to slide into the ring and attack Rollins. After the match, Rollins was able to fight Ziggler off.
Roman Reigns was escorted out of the building by police per Stephanie McMahon’s orders.
The Revival defeated Bray Wyatt and Matt Hardy. This started as an interview with the B-Team, with both teams interrupting and ending up in a match. The Revival won with a Shatter Machine on Wyatt.
Drew McIntyre and Dolph Ziggler beat down Seth Rollins backstage.
Bayley and Sasha Banks defeated Liv Morgan and Sarah Logan. Bayley pinned Morgan after a Sasha Banks Backstabber/Bayley-to-Belly combination.
Brock Lesnar appeared in the back throughout the show, but refused to go to the ring. Kurt Angle ordered Heyman to produce Lesnar by the end of the night or it’d be his last night on Raw, but Heyman couldn’t produce. Heyman begged for his job, but was fired. This finally brought Lesnar to the ring, where he F-5’d Angle. Lesnar pushed Heyman to the ground by the face, then left.