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

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Roman Reigns comes out to challenge Jinder Mahal. Kurt makes a MITB qualifying match later in the night between Elias, Bobby Lashley, and Jinder.

He was later replaced by Kevin Owens and he even ended up winning the match to join Braun Strowman, Finn Balor, The Miz, Rusev and Bobby Roode.

Reigns isn't the only babyface struggling to get fans onside. The two wrestlers end up in a backstage brawl. They brawl back to the ring area and Reigns finishes Jinder off with a Superman Punch as officials break it up.

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

The backdrop to his WWE Championship match with John Cena, which Punk insisted would be his last before he took the company's most prestigious belt with him while leaving the company, was Punk's hometown of Chicago. Many chants from the crowd, who stayed hot throughout.

However, WWE appears to have announced that Kevin Owens will face Rollins on Monday night. Angle tells Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel they will have a match tonight.

Kurt Angle's expression on this week's Raw said it all.

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Triple Threat Money-in-the-Bank Qualifying Match: Bobby Roode def. Baron Corbin and No Way Jose by pinning No Way Jose following the Glorious DDT to qualify for the Men's Money-in-the-Bank Qualifying Match. Some UK indie wrestlers were in Jose's conga line.

The B-Team def. Breezango by Bo Dallas pinning Fandango following a double team backdrop/neckbreaker.

Nia had defeated Alexa Bliss to win her first-ever women's championship at Wrestlemania 34.In the women's match, Alexa Bliss defeated Bayley and Micike James to confirm her participation in the ladder match along with Charlotte Flair and Ember Moon.

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- Matt Hardy and Bray Wyatt vs.

Several names immediately stepped up to the plate via their social media platforms, and all of them would have made for incredible matches. Making good on this newest chance, Owens (with a little help from his friend Sami Zayn) stole a win when he landed a Frog Splash on Elias while Bobby Lashley shook off the effects of a ringside Helluva Kick.

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