The latest WWE Raw results for Monday, November 7, 2016, arrived from Glasgow, Scotland at the SSE Hydro Arena. Stephanie McMahon opened the show with the current Team Raw members in the ring for Survivor Series: Braun Strowman, Chris Jericho, United States Champion Roman Reigns, and WWE Universal Champion Kevin Owens. Stephanie announces that the fifth member of the team is Seth Rollins. He comes to the ring to join the others. Stephanie then sets up a Fatal Fiveway match with Reigns, Rollins, Owens, Jericho, and Strowman competing against one another. Here are the rest of the Raw results from Glasgow.
Sin Cara and Rich Swann defeated WWE Cruiserweight Champion Brian Kendrick and Noam Dar via pinfall. Dar got plenty of reaction from his home area Scotland fans in his debut match. Late in the match, Sin Cara hit a Senton out onto Dar on the floor. Inside the ring, Swann was able to score a pinfall on Kendrick. Post-match, Kendrick punched Dar and then tried to use boots on him. Dar managed to come back and hit a running kick on the champ.
Sami Zayn showed up backstage with Stephanie mentioning that Mick Foley really wants him to face Ziggler at Survivor Series, but she isn’t sure why. She said she believes Rusev deserves that match. Sami Zayn vs. Rusev was booked for later in the night with the winner getting to face Dolph Ziggler at Survivor Series.
All of the members of Team Raw’s tag teams for Survivor Series got into it in the ring. Sheamus started complaining that he wasn’t going down with Gallows, Anderson, Enzo, Big Cass, Cesaro, Goldust and R-Truth. New Day interrupted and came out to a Scottish themed entrance. They were wearing kilts and riding fake unicorn sticks while Xavier Woods tried to play bagpipes. They tried to talk Sheamus into cooperating, but then Gallows and Anderson said they were out if New Day are the team captains. Big E delivered the classic line from “Braveheart” about you can “never take our freedom!” Enzo and Cass said they were down with New Day. Truth and Goldust also said they’d join. Cesaro said on behalf of he and Sheamus they’re in. Sheamus took exception to him speaking for them and then said they’re in too. New Day asked Gallows and Anderson if they were also in. They said not to worry because they’ll help handle SmackDown’s team, because they’re just like New Day – “all jokes.”
Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson defeated New Day via pinfall in a non-title match. Kofi connected on the double leg drop on Anderson but missed on Trouble in Paradise. He chased off Gallows and then tagged in Big E to help. Gallows got back in the ring to disrupt things. Anderson and Gallows eventually finished things off by hitting Magic Killer for the pinfall.
They had a sit-down talking segment with Brock Lesnar next to Paul Heyman. They recapped some of what Goldberg said on ESPN SportsCenter when he first discussed the possible comeback to WWE after 12 years and how he’d give Brock Lesnar a rematch. Lesnar laughed it off asking why Goldberg would want to put his life on the line in the ring against him. Lesnar wondered why Goldberg would choose him to make a return match against if he’s got a wife and kid watching. Brock advised Goldberg to just stay home and not show up at Survivor Series unless he wants to get hurt bad. Cole talked up how Brock and Goldberg will be face-to-face on next week’s Raw.
Jericho and Owens were talking backstage about having Strowman on the same page with them not only for Survivor Series but in general. Jericho seemed to disagree with Owens’ idea. They stopped at Braun’s locker room door and Jericho just barged in. He paced around Strowman a bit and then said he had a bone to pick after he tossed them around in the ring. Owens interjected before Jericho could insult Strowman and they tried to get him on the same page with them. Strowman stood up and snarled, then declared “I’m on Team Braun.” Jericho wrote on his list as Strowman walked off.
The Shining Stars defeated Goldust and R-Truth via pinfall. In a backstage segment, Truth told Goldust he traded away their spot in the Survivor Series match for a vacation at Shining Stars timeshare. Despite Goldust going on a tear late, the Shining Star picked up a big win to become part of the Raw tag team Survivor Series team. Cole talked up Team Raw as including Shining Stars, Gallows & Anderson, Cesaro & Sheamus, Enzo & Big Cass and New Day.
The rest of the Team Raw women’s team was announced for Survivor Series. Charlotte, Bayley and Nia Jax are joined by Sasha Banks and Alicia Fox.
Michael Cole introduced Charlotte as the Team Raw women’s team captain. She spoke about dominating at Survivor Series, but brought up their weak link Bayley. Cole introduced Nia Jax as one of the most dominant women in WWE history. Next up, he introduced former WWE Divas champion Alicia Fox. Bayley came out next to a huge cheer from the crowd. They continued with a singsongy chant to drown out Bayley on the mic in support of her and kept doing it throughout Charlotte trying to introduce the fifth member of their team. Finally, Charlotte introduced Dana Brooke.
Bayley, Sasha Banks and Alica Fox defeated Charlotte, Dana Brooke and Nia Jax via pinfall. Things broke down late in the match. Alicia Fox came in to toss Brooke to the outside, but Brooke’s knee inadvertently hit Bayley in the head. Nia Jax was in and grabbed Fox to toss into the ring corner. Sasha Banks came in to go at Jax. Charlotte tried to hit a running boot on Sasha who moved away and Charlotte kicked down Jax instead. From there, Charlotte gained the upper hand on Sasha and tossed her to the outside. Bayley got back up, rushed over and grabbed Charlotte for a Bayley-to-Belly suplex for the win.
Sami Zayn defeated Rusev via pinfall to earn an Intercontinental Title shot at Survivor Series. Late in the bout, Rusev seemed in control as he climbed up on the corner area for a move. Zayn rushed over and delivered a Helluva Kick to him, causing Rusev to fall down to the mat. Zayn quickly turned him over and took the pinfall. With the win, Zayn will take on Dolph Ziggler for the Intercontinental Title at Survivor Series.
Kevin Owens defeated Braun Strowman, Chris Jericho, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns via pinfall in a Fatal Fiveway match. A table got set up outside the ring. Late in the match, Reigns and Rollins teamed up to take it to Strowman. They nearly pulled a Shield Powerbomb together on him, but Jericho and Owens came over to interfere. They gained the apprehend on Rollins and Reigns for a bit, but Rollins made a comeback. He slammed Owens against the crowd barrier, and then power bombed Jericho through Strowman on the table.
Back in the ring, Owens tried for the Popup Powerbomb on Rollins, but Seth jumped off it and then hit a Pedigree. He had the pinfall but Jericho yanked the ref out of the ring to break it up. Rollins got into it against Jericho for a bit in the ring too and hit a Pedigree on him. Kevin Owens came in and Superkicked Seth Rollins out of the ring. Roman Reigns rushed in and hit the Superman Punch on Owens, who fell on top of Jericho to get the winning pinfall.