WWE Raw results, grades: Drew McIntyre refuses to save Jey Uso from Judgment Day beatdown

WWE Raw Judgment Day, Jey Uso, Drew McIntyre and Cody Rhodes

Jey Uso didn’t get any help from Drew McIntyre at the Judgment Day attacked (Picture: WWE)

Cody Rhodes rushed down to save Jey Uso from the Judgment Day as Drew McIntyre refused to help at the end of WWE Raw.

There was plenty of drama throughout the show, which kicked off with Cody Rhodes and Dominik Mysterio exchanging strong words in the ring as the latter claimed Nia Jax injured Rhea Ripley on last week’s broadcast.

Finn Balor and Damian Priest came out as backup, but they couldn’t help Ex Con Dom as he lost to Cody Rhodes in a definitive win.

After the bell, Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens prevented an attack on the American Nightmare, before KO asked why he brought Jey Uso to Raw considering everything he did in The Bloodline.

Cody insisted he deserves a second chance, and Owens noted while he trusts Cody and Sami, he hopes they aren’t wrong on this.

McIntyre and Uso delivered in the main event with the tension simmering, and it boiled over when the Scottish Warrior scored a win with the Claymore after Main Event Jey took out the Judgment Day despite their attempts to woo him.

They went on the attack after the bell with Drew refusing to help, only for Cody to make the save in the end, and it appears we’re building to WarGames with Cody, Jey, Sami and KO potentially teaming against Priest, Balor, Dominik and JD McDonagh.

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Erik not being cleared to compete meant the planning two out of three falls match between The Viking Raiders and The New Day became a singles match.

Kofi Kingston represented his team against Ivar, and the two delivered an absolutely incredible battle as they were given plenty of time and opportunity to shine.

In the end, Kofi won with Trouble In Paradise, but Ivar deserves plenty of credit even in a loss as he showed off his surprising levels of agility throughout.

Ivar showed off his deceptive athleticism (Picture: WWE)

Seth Rollins attempted to take out Shinsuke Nakamura before his match with Ricochet, but he was stopped by WWE official Adam Pearce and some security guards.

It’s no surprise these two put on another fantastic display between the ropes, even if it ended when Ricochet stopped the Artist from using a steel chair only to get disqualified for using the weapon himself.

Shinsuke went on the attack after the bell, taking him out with a Kinshasa before Rollins – whose style was a lot more subdued this week, hinting at a more serious edge – rushed out to try another sneak attack.

Shinsuke Nakamura is still targeting Seth Rollins (Picture: WWE)

However, the sinister star focused on the Visionary’s injured back and left him lying after yet another beatdown.

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