8/1 WWE Raw results: Powell’s live review of the SummerSlam fallout show with The Usos vs. The Mysterios for the Undisputed WWE Tag Titles, the winners of Dolph Ziggler vs. Ciampa vs. Chad Gable and AJ Styles vs. Mustafa Ali vs. The Miz meet for a shot at the U.S. Championship

By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

WWE Raw (Episode 1,523)
Live from Houston, Texas at Toyota Center
Aired August 1, 2022 on USA Network

[Hour One] Jimmy Smith welcomed viewers to Raw and was joined on commentary by Corey Graves and Byron Saxton. Mike Rome was the ring announcer…

Becky Lynch made her entrance and had her right arm in a sling. Clips aired of Lynch’s loss to Bianca Belair at SummerSlam, followed by the two of them coming together when Bayley, Iyo Sky, and Dakota Kai entered the ring.

Lynch was about to speak, but stopped and smiled when a “Becky” chant broke out. She welcomed Houston to “the big time.” Lynch said she gives her all in everything she does. She recalled talking about hitting rock bottom and not knowing who she was when she lost the Raw Women’s Championship at WrestleMania.

Lynch said she finally remembered “who the hell I am” at SummerSlam. She said it’s not about fancy clothes and other things, it’s about the pursuit of being better today than she was yesterday. “And so when I separated my shoulder at SummerSlam, and that’s what it is, I could either give up or I could give it everything I had.”

Lynch said she decided to grit her teeth through twenty of the most painful moments of her career. She also said she realized how separated from reality she had become. She spoke about the greatness of the women’s division, and said she knew that she gave her best and it just wasn’t good enough that night.

Lynch said it was only one match and she will not be defined by it. She said she would not be defined by a man, she defined The Man. She said her comeback story starts now. Lynch said she wanted to give thanks to the woman who has pushed her to be the B-E-S-T that she could be for the last year. “Bianca Belair, get your ass out here,” Lynch said.

Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair made her entrance dressed in non-wrestling attire. Belair said that Lynch not only defines the man, “but you are The Man.” Belair and Lynch shook hands with their left hands and hugged. Lynch told Belair to hold it down and said she would see her soon. Lynch left the ring and stood on the apron for a moment when the crowd chanted her name.

Belair said she has nothing but respect for Lynch. She acknowledged the times that Lynch shook her hand with one hand and hit her with the other. Belair said there is now a level of mutual respect and spoke of how much she has learned from Lynch.

As Belair spoke, the camera cut backstage where Bayley, Sky, and Kai were standing over Lynch. Bayley had Lynch’s injured arm wrapped in a chair. Belair left the ring and ran backstage where trainers were tending to Lynch…

The broadcast team shifted the focus to hyping the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Title match between the Usos and the Mysterios. They also said Edge would appear during the show, and they promoted the two Triple Threat matches with the winners meeting to determine the No. 1 contender to the U.S. Title… SummerSlam images were shown…

Powell’s POV: The Man is back. Unfortunately, we will have to wait a bit longer to see Lynch in acton due to her shoulder injury. She was a trooper for taking part in that backstage injury angle. Lynch was obviously protected, but she’s still a trooper for taking part in it.

A video package aired on the U.S. Championship. The current belt and a vintage title belt were both shown. The video included footage of Dusty Rhodes speaking, along with shots of Harley Race, Sgt. Slaughter, Roddy Piper, Ric Flair, Bret Hart, JBL, Eddie Guerrero, and Scott Hall. There were also brief video clips of John Cena, Ricky Steamboat, Booker T, Bret Hart, and Kofi Kingston and more modern champions, including current champ Bobby Lashley…

AJ Styles, Mustafa Ali, and The Miz made their entrances for the first Triple Threat match. Footage aired of Logan Paul beating The Miz at SummerSlam, along with AJ Styles clearing Ciampa from ringside… A Logan Paul online video was shown and he said you never know when he’ll be back in the ring…

Powell’s POV: The video package was great. I’m all for making the secondary titles feel more prestigious regardless of whether they keep the worlds titles unified.

1. AJ Styles vs. Mustafa Ali vs. The Miz in a Triple Threat qualifier for the match that will determine the number one contender to the U.S. Championship. Styles went for an early Styles Clash on Ali, but Miz broke it up from the floor and pulled Styles to ringside. Miz, who had his ribs wrapped, slammed the head of Styles off the broadcast table. Ali dove onto Miz and then threw him back inside the ring. A graphic listed Asuka vs. Becky Lynch for later in the show.

Later, Styles set up for his finisher, but Miz pulled him to ringside. Styles roughed up Miz and ran him into the broadcast table. Miz sold his ribs. Ali leapt from the ropes and performed a tornado DDT on Styles on the floor. Ali rolled Miz back inside the ring and followed, but Miz caught him with a Skull Crushing Finale. Miz was slow to cover Ali due to his rib injury and only got a two count.

Ali rallied with a superkick and then went up top and hit a 450 splash. Styles was back in the ring and immediately grabbed Ali by the legs and put him down with a Styles Clash onto Miz. Styles covered Ali and scored the pin…

AJ Styles defeated Mustafa Ali and The Miz in 8:50 to qualify for the match to determine the No. 1 contender to the U.S. Championship.

Powell’s POV: A good three-way with some intricate spots, including the cool finish. I don’t know if he’ll become No. 1 contender tonight, but Styles needs more creative attention than he’s had in recent months. He’s really been spinning his wheels since the feud with Edge, and it’s not like it was much better before their WrestleMania program.

Becky Lynch was shown being tended to on a trainer’s table while Adam Pearce stood by. She asked for some ice…

Bayley, Sky, and Kai were shown walking through the backstage area. Sarah Schreiber showed up and asked why they targeted Lynch. Bayley said it’s not about Lynch, “it’s about us and you’ll see what I mean soon enough.” Bayley and her crew walked away and crossed paths with The Usos. Schreiber asked the Usos about facing the Mysterios. They boasted about The Bloodline’s success at SummerSlam and said they would beat the Mysterios again…

Seth Rollins made his entrance. A video package recapped Rollins getting the better of Riddle at SummerSlam. Rollins stood in the ring and said there’s a thin line between being gutsy and stupid. He said Riddle has crossed the line into stupid more times than he can count.

Rollins said the silver lining is that Riddle wanted so badly to be like Randy Orton, and now he’s on the shelf with a career threatening injury just like Orton. Rollins said that with Riddle out of the picture, he can now turn his attention to Roman Reigns and the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship.

“The Street Profits” Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins made their entrance and stood on the stage. Rollins demanded that their music be shut down. He said he knew they were boys with Riddle, but he didn’t want to share any airspace with the biggest losers in WWE. Rollins asked how many times they’ve lost to the Usos. “You guys suck so much as a tag team, you should probably break up,” Rollins said.

Dawkins recalled he and Ford beating Rollins and a partner (Buddy Murphy) to win the Raw Tag Titles. Ford mocked Rollins for getting his ass kicked by Cody Rhodes. Rollins said he would face them, but there’s only one of him and two of them. The Profits agreed to play rock/paper/scissors to determine who would face Rollins, but Ford grabbed the referee and ran to the ring.

2. Seth Rollins vs. Montez Ford. When Ford tried to enter the ring, Rollins went for a Stomp that Ford avoided. Ford got in the ring and cleared Rollins to ringside where he worked him over. Back in the ring, Rollins took offensive control and then kicked Ford back to the floor. Rollins followed, picked up Ford, and drove his ribs into the ring post.

Later, Ford made a comeback and performed a standing moonsault for a near fall. Ford also hit a standing Blockbuster for another two count. Rollins hit an enzuigiri for a two count, then followed up with a superkick and got another two count. Ford avoided the Stomp, but Rollins hit him with a rolling elbow. Ford came right back with a tornado DDT and covered Rollins, who put his foot on the bottom rope at the last moment.

Ford went up top and was cut off by Rollins, who gave him a Buckle Bomb and a falcon arrow for another near fall. Rollins went up top and asked, “Who wants the smoke now, bitch?” Rollins went for a frog splash that Ford avoided. Ford went for his own version of the move, but Rollins put his knees up. Rollins delivered the Stomp and then pinned Ford clean.

Seth Rollins pinned Montez Ford in roughly 11:00.

After the match, Rollins set up for another Stomp, but Angelo Dawkins ran out, causing Rollins to leave the ring. Graves said that will the rumors about what the future may hold for Ford, he made believers out of people, including Rollins…

Powell’s POV: A very good match. I like that they seem to be building to Ford getting his first big singles win. I also like that the broadcast team is acknowledging the obvious questions about the future of the Street Profits rather than having to act like the only people in the world who aren’t wondering if they will split up. I also like the first hour airing without commercial breaks even if my bladder strongly disagrees.

Highlights aired of Roman Reigns, Brock Lesnar, and the tractor at SummerSlam. Graves said they kept the cameras rolling and would show footage later in the show of the aftermath of Reigns beating Lesnar in the Last Man Standing match to retain the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship…

Smith hyped Reigns vs. McIntyre for the championship at the Clash at the Castle event over Labor Day weekend, and then mainstream headlines regarding SummerSlam were shown…

Alexa Bliss made her entrance with the Lilly doll.

[Hour Two] Asuka made her entrance…

3. Alexa Bliss vs. Asuka. Bliss delivered some early knee strikes and punches, which led to a two count. Asuka avoided a standing moonsault and then blasted Bliss with a kick. Asuka caught Bliss with a knee to the head and followed with a missile dropkick. Bayley, Iyo Sky, and Dakota Kai ran in and attacked both women to end the match.

Alexa Bliss fought Asuka to a no-contest in 2:20.

Sky went up top and was going to perform a moonsault with a chair, but Bianca Belair ran out, causing the heel trio to run away. Belair said she didn’t care which one she faced, she wanted a match with one of them tonight. Sky pointed at herself. They cut to the first commercial break 65 minutes into the show… [C]

The broadcast team recapped the previous segment and officially announced Belair vs. Sky for later in the show… Entrances for the second Triple Threat took place. Chad Gable came out last and spoke on his way to the ring. He said his brain is twice the size of Texas and said he would win his match without cheating, unlike the Houston Astros…

4. Chad Gable vs. Ciampa vs. Dolph Ziggler in a Triple Threat qualifier for the match that will determine the number one contender to the U.S. Championship. Gable and Cimapa worked together initially. It didn’t last long. Gable arched Ciampa’s arms and stomped him onto the mat. Ziggler hit the Zigzag on Gable for a near fall heading into a split-screen break. [C]

Later, Ziggler caught Gable going for a German Suplex and turned it into a Zigzag spot. Cool move, but it only led to a two count. Ciampa rolled up Ziggler and held his tights. Ziggler rolled through and returned the favor, but he couldn’t put him away.

Moments later, Ziggler pulled Gable to the floor. When Ziggler returned to the ring, Ciampa blasted him with a knee to the face. Gable performed a backslide on Ciampa for a two count. Ciampa blasted Gable with a knee to the head and then hit him with the Fairytale Ending and pinned him…

Ciampa defeated Chad Gable and Dolph Ziggler in 10:30 to qualify for the match to determine the No. 1 contender to the U.S. Championship.

The broadcast team hyped AJ Styles vs. Ciampa for later in the show with the winner becoming No. 1 contender to the U.S. Title…

Powell’s POV: How happy is Ciampa that Paul Levesque has taken over as the head of creative?

A video package recapped Judgment Day’s issues with Edge and The Mysterios, including Edge’s return at SummerSlam. Smith hyped Edge’s appearance for after the break… [C]

Powell’s POV: WWE tweeted that Becky Lynch is expected to miss “several months.” They played up the initial injury and the backstage attack by Bayley’s crew. I like the “several months” approach because if they announced a more specific timeline, most of us would just subtract several weeks while assuming that they were embellishing to make her early return more of a surprise.

More SummerSlam still shots were shown…

Edge made his entrance to his first “You Think You Know Me” followed by the original Alter Bridge entrance theme. Mike Rome tried to do a Tony Chimel style introduction for the “Rated R Superstar” and sounded more like Maxxine Dupri.

Edge thanked the Houston fans and said he’d been a bit of an asshole for the last few months. Edge said that changes now because they both get what they want. Edge said he started Judgment Day with the idea that he would help underutilized talent realize their full potential.

Edge said it felt like they were just getting started and it was going somewhere, but Damian Priest and Rhea Ripley thought they learned everything they needed to learn from him. Edge credited the duo and Finn Balor for pulling one over on him. Edge said it was time to kill what he created. Edge vowed to end Judgment Day. His music played to end the segment…

Powell’s POV: The old Edge is back. I worried when he came out in all red and black at SummerSlam that he had another character in mind. Given how poorly the Judgment Day run went, reverting to the ever popular Rated R Superstar version of himself is safe and logical. Poor Mike Rome may have nightmares about introducing Edge until he gets it right.

Backstage, Kevin Patrick interviewed Rey Mysterio and Dominik Mysterio. Rey spoke about how he and Edge were once tag champions and implied the Judgment Day has no idea what’s coming. He switched his focus to him and Dom winning the Raw Tag Titles…

Smith hyped Belair vs. Iyo Sky as coming up after the break… An ad for Smackdown said that if you thought SummerSlam was crazy, just wait for the fallout… [C]

Houston imagery was shown… The broadcast team narrated highlights of the WWE tryouts that were held in Nashville during SummerSlam week…

Sarah Schreiber, who had a name graphic, interviewed Bayley, Sky, and Kai. Bayley said everyone is talking about them coming out of SummerSlam. Kai said they know how to play the game. Bayley said they will soon be in full control. Sky told Belair that she would see her in the ring, and then made her entrance by herself and was then followed by Belair…

5. Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair vs. Iyo Sky in a non-title match. Graves and Saxton emphasized the “aerial ability” of Sky. Belair went on the offensive to start, but Sky came back and performed an Asai moonsault. [C]

Sky leapt from the second rope and was caught and powered up by Belair, who put her down with a fallaway slam. Belair ended up hitting a springboard into a standing moonsault for a near fall. Belair slammed Sky to the mat and then went to the ropes.

Bayley and Dakota Kai walked out, which distracted Belair. Sky cut off Belair and gave her a huracanrana off the top rope and covered her for a two count. Belair came right back and suplexed Sky. Belair hoisted up Sky for her finisher, but Sky slipped away.

Belair charged Sky, who held the top rope down. Belair ended up on the apron and pulled Sky out as well. Belair dropped the floor and then caught Sky going for a head-scissors. Belair whipped Sky into the barricade. Belair wanted to throw Sky back in the ring, but Bayley and Kai sat on the apron.

Asuka and Alexa Bliss came out heading into a split screen break [C] Belair and Sky ended up back in the ring while the other wrestlers stood in their respective corners during the break.

[Hour Three] Belair suplexed Sky into the ring while remaining on the ropes. Belair moonaulted onto Sky for a two count. Sky rolled Belair over and then executed a standing double stomp. Sky hit Belair with double knees in the corner.

Belair powered up Sky and put her down with a spinebuster. Belair went for another handspring into a standing moonsault, but Sky put her knees up. Belair ran the ropes and then Bayley grabbed her foot. Sky rolled up Belair and tried to pin her while using the ropes for leverage, but Bliss threw Sky’s legs off the ropes. Bayley, Kai, Bliss, and Asuka ran in and brawled to end the match.

Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair fought Io Sky to a no-contest in 17:15.

All six women fought until Adam Pearce, several referees, and multiple producers ran out and pulled them apart…

Powell’s POV: An enjoyable match. It’s frustrating to get a long match conclude with a throwaway no-contest finish, but in this case both wrestlers needed to be protected.

Backstage, Miz gave a pep talk while Cimapa was warming up. Kevin Patrick showed up and noted that things didn’t go Miz’s way at SummerSlam. Miz blamed AJ Styles for helping Logan Paul. Miz said it’s not about him tonight. Ciampa said he used to respect Styles, but he took issue with him helping a social media influencer. Miz said that Ciampa will be the next U.S. Champion while under his tutelage… [C]

A Kevin Owens “Superstar Fact” graphic was shown…

Mike Rome introduced Booker T as a special guest commentator and a former U.S. Champion. Booker was already at the broadcast table…

6. AJ Styles vs. Ciampa (w/The Miz) for a shot at the U.S. Championship. Styles drove Ciampa’s face onto the mat. Ciampa rolled to the floor and complained about an eye injury. Styles chased him back into the ring and dropkicked him. Styles sent Cimapa to the floor and then went over the top rope and hit him with a forearm on the way down. [C]

Styles suplexed Ciampa into a corner of the ring. Styles went for his finisher moments later, but Ciampa caught him with a knee to the head for a good near fall. Moments later, Ciampa placed Styles on the ropes and then hoisted him onto his back, but Styles slipped out.

Styles performed a Styles Clash and had the pin, but Miz put Ciampa’s foot on the bottom rope. Styles went after Miz. Ciampa followed and knocked Styles into the timekeepers area. Miz held the legs of Styles, who broke free and got back in the ring. Ciampa greeted him with a knee to the face and then hit the Fairytale Ending for the win…

Ciampa defeated AJ Styles in 13:30 to earn a shot at the U.S. Championship.

Powell’s POV: A well worked match, but the finish reminded me of Wednesday’s Dynamite main event between Bryan Danielson and Daniel Garcia. If you really want to elevate a guy, put him over clean rather than have him win thanks to outside interference. As much as I would like to see Styles get back on track, one more clean loss would have helped Ciampa more than it would have hurt Styles. That said, I don’t know if this is Ciampa’s time, as they may just feed him to Lashley next week.

Smith announced Bobby Lashley vs. Ciampa for the U.S. Championship on next week’s Raw…

Lashley was interviewed by Kevin Patrick. Lashley said he would defend his title every week if he had to. He praised Ciampa for being hungry, but he said he would have no probably giving him a reality check by putting him in the Hurt Lock…

Smith hyped the tag title main event… [C] The Mysterios made their entrance… The broadcast team hyped next week’s Raw as taking place in Cleveland… The Usos made their entrance…

Graves narrated footage of the SummerSlam aftermath. Brock Lesnar was shown crawling into the tilted ring where he put his cowboy hat on and stood in the top corner…

Powell’s POV: I’m sure a lot of us are wondering what Cleveland native Johnny Gargano will be doing next Monday. Meanwhile, that was a badass clip of Lesnar standing at the top corner of the tilted ring. It adds a little bit more to that great spectacle of a match.

7. Jimmy Uso and Jey Uso vs. Rey Mysterio and Dominik Mysterio for the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Titles. Rome delivered introductions from the floor once both teams were in the ring. During the opening minute, both Usos ended up at ringside. Dom went up top and dove onto both of them heading into a split screen break. [C]

Rey was isolated for a stretch. Dom tagged in and eventually dove onto the Usos at ringside, but they caught him and drove him back first into the ring post head into another split screen break. [C]

The Usos went for the 1D on Rey, but he countered into a huracanrana. Rey and Dom hit a double 619 on Jimmy. Dom went up top and frog splashed Jimmy and had him pinned, but Jey ran in and broke it up at the last moment. Jey took Rey to ringside and superkicked him.

Dom had a clunky dive onto Jey at ringside. Graves questioned if Dom injured himself on the landing. Dom went to the ropes where Jimmy punched him. Jimmy set up for a top rope superplex, but Dom fought him off and punched him off the ropes.

Dom went for a top rope move that Jimmy avoided while Dom landed on his feet. Dom dropkicked Jimmy and had him in position for the 619. Jey tagged in and the Usos hit 1D on Dom and then Jey pinned him.

Jimmy Uso and Jey Uso defeated Rey Mysterio and Dominik Mysterio in 15:50 to retain the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Titles.

After the match, Finn Balor, Damian Priest, and Rhea Ripley attacked the Mysterios after the Usos left the ring. Edge’s music hit and he stormed the ring and cleared Priest. Edge put Balor down with a DDT and played to the fired up live crowd.

Edge waited for Balor to stand up and tried to spear him, but Ripley shoved Dom in Edge’s path, causing Edge to spear Dom. Edge chased Priest and Balor into the crowd while Ripley laughed at ringside and Rey looked confused. Two trainers tended to Dom, who held his ribs and abdomen. A graphic listed Bianca Belair, Seth Rollins, and The Street Profits for Raw Talk to close the show…

Powell’s POV: I think our own Jake Barnett was right during the Dot Net Weekly audio show when he spoke about Dom checking out his father’s purple gear at the 20th Anniversary party and just how well it would fit in with Judgment Day’s look. I guess we’ll see where things go now that Edge accidentally speared him. The main event was entertaining with some believable near falls for the challengers. If this crowd is any indication, fans are willing to forget Edge’s disappointing heel run and will be more than happy to cheer for him again.

Overall, this was a strong episode and the pacing was dramatically different compared to what it was like prior to the creative shakeup. There was more of an emphasis on the in-ring product, fewer recaps, less campiness, and some different acts being showcased. They obviously can’t go commercial-free for an hour each week, and I’m not a fan of any company taking the split-screen approach, but I admit that I’m probably in the minority on that because some of it stems from covering the shows rather than simply watch them. That said, I do like that commercial breaks feel like they help with the pacing of shows, perhaps just out of familiarity. I remain very excited about the creative change and the future of WWE. I will have more to say in my weekly same night audio review of Raw for Dot Net Members (including our Patreon patrons).

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Readers Comments (28)

  1. TheGreatestOne August 1, 2022 @ 7:15 pm

    I’m guessing HHH puts Ciampa and AJ in the winners match and then Ciampa is the next challenger to Lashley.

  2. >She was a trooper for taking part in that backstage injury angle. <<

    For God's sake, just stop the pandering to a certain section of the roster….

    • Can you let me know what’s acceptable in your world? Apparently, praising a person’s toughness is not allowed. Yes, I know you’ve convinced yourself that it’s a comment reserved only for women. You know, because I’ve never praised a man before. For all the bitching you do about cancellation, you sure are an easily triggered snowflake at times.

  3. I just want to mention there is a serious decrease in ad breaks.

  4. TheGreatestOne August 1, 2022 @ 8:08 pm

    I thought that I had somehow forgotten a commercial in there somewhere.

  5. TheGreatestOne August 1, 2022 @ 8:19 pm

    The beard and trunks combo that Ciampa is wearing makes him look like he’s in an EDM band that only does covers of Rancid.

  6. Greatestone wins the night with that comment

  7. As an LA Dodger fan, I have to admit that even though I do not like Chad Gable, I DID enjoy that dig at the Astros.

  8. Just bring Chimel back already!

  9. TheGreatestOne August 1, 2022 @ 9:04 pm

    Making Bianca struggle to beat this sloppy midget jobber is a terrible way to use a champion. I’m not sure who Bayley pissed off to be saddled with the scrawny heroine addict and flabby Riho, but she deserves better.

  10. Damn.They better get Dakota in rehab and IYO in a weight loss program.lol

  11. Good motion to put some shine on the US Title and showcase the history of it just prior to the triple threat. A good start to make secondary championship matches feel more noteworthy and now they just have to stick with the narrative.

  12. Lots of picture in picture commercials tonight. Is this a a triple H technique?

  13. This is where Dom turns on daddy right?

  14. Dom spends so much time on the bottom they should call him Sub Mysterio.

  15. Did you really say there were fewer recaps??? In the first hour alone there were 4 SummerSlam recaps, a recap of the start of the show, a recap of what WWE’s media buddies thought about SummerSlam, another recap from the show. And the US Title package was a recap in its own right. I don’t know how anyone could see a difference in this show unless they were looking for one.

    • I should have specified. I meant the recaps of things we saw earlier in the show. I’m all for extended recaps of the big events. They should make those feel important after the fact rather than just move on. It helps WM, SummerSlam, and the Rumble (and other stadium shows) feel special. Side note – I also should have mentioned that I think the PIP approach could actually be beneficial during football season even though I’m not a fan of what it does to the flow of the show.

  16. “and IYO in a weight loss program”

    Gtfoh. Sorry bro your boys Vince and Johnny are gone. The Eva Marie type days are over.

  17. Well if they do go with Sub Mysterio he will become a palette swap of one of the more popular Mortal Kombat characters. They could have him either feud or form a tag team with Glacier.

  18. That ‘Sloppy Midget Jobber’, is one of THE BEST female wrestlers IN THE WORLD, you asshat. And UNDOUBTEDLY better than you.
    It’s her first match in 9 months after a serious leg injury. And on the main roster for the first time, too.
    You twit.

  19. That comment is meant for “thegreatestone, of which he certainly is not.

  20. When you constantly rewrite shows at the last moment, and limit what talent can and can’t say, it’s hard to generate enough material to fill three hours — much less trying to extend through PIP breaks.

  21. Io Shirai is a flabby midget botch machine. No personality, no promo skills, and the same flippy floppy bullshit moveset that you see on indie shows in front of 200 morbidly obese neckbeard virgins. She’s complete and utter trash.

  22. Wow, The Greatest Incel seems even angrier than usual about the existence of women who don’t look like inflatable “companions”.

  23. Io could outwrestle the majority of the roster-including the men, and this clown thinks she can’t do anything. Lol. Anyone who calls Io Shirai utter trash should honestly just find a new hobby cause it’s obvious he doesn’t have even the SLIGHTEST clue when it comes to wrestling.

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