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WWE Raw: Results, Highlights, Analysis, and Grades for May 14

WWE Raw: Results, Highlights, Analysis, and Grades for May 14

Reigns demands he is added into the match but Angle confirms he will not be offered any more opportunities. Above is post-match video of Roode talking to Mike Rome about the win. The three trade pinfalls and break-ups until Bobby Roode hit the Glorious DDT on Jose and qualified for the MITB ladder match. Kurt announces Jinder Mahal vs. Bobby Lashley vs. Elias in a Money in the Bank qualifying match.

- WWE Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins retained over Kevin Owens in an incredible match that went 20 minutes or so. Angle says the Mahal won't be coming out. We return from the break to see Corbin holding Roode down with a cobra clutch, Roode gets free and Corbin nails him with a side slam for a near fall.

- Roman Reigns makes his way to the ring and he has a microphone in hand, Reigns said he was robbed last week by Jinder Mahal.

Breezango vs. The B-Team.

However, during the latest edition of Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer revealed that WWE doesn't find themselves in a position where they need to have Reigns headline the card; so the fans above can breathe a sigh of relief right now that WWE could instead place this match in the middle of the card. Boasting uncharacteristic teamwork, Banks, Natalya and Ember Moon locked up the squad as Liv Morgan soon found herself outnumbered and locked in the dreaded Sharpshooter.

- Next week's RAW from Albany, NY will feature a segment with Sami Zayn bringing Bobby Lashley's sisters to the show to "expose" him for who Sami says he really is. They lost the crowd here, worst than during the six-woman match.

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Triple Threat Money-in-the-Bank Qualifying Match: Alexa Bliss def. Bayley and Mickie James by pinning Bayley following the DDT to qualify for the Women's Money-in-the-Bank Ladder Match.

On Monday, Reigns attacked Jinder backstage and Mahal took the fight to him but the Samoan proved to be too good for the Indian and he was out injured.

Looks like it's going to snow in the Sahara, because the most unthinkable has happened: Curtis Axel and Bo Dallas have won a match.

- Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre defeated Finn Balor and Braun Strowman.

Rollins gets free again and he eventually sends a charging Owens out of the ring, Owens drags Rollins out of the ring and Rollins goes to the ring apron.