WWE News: Results From Last Woman Standing Match On WWE Raw
The rivalry between Natalya and Lacey Evans has come to an end on last night’s WWE Raw with a huge Last Woman Standing match. This was only the second match from WWE’s female division under this gimmick that lived up to the hypes. The expectation was that Evans would emerge as the victorious one and might move on to start a championship feud against Becky Lynch. However, the outcome was different as it was the Queen of Harts who stood tall by the end.
Lacey Evans entered the ring, first on WWE Raw to talk about the bygone contest between these two at Hell in a Cell PPV. The contest that took place at the kick-off show witnessed Natalya pulling off an impressive win over the Sassy Southern Belle. Evans stated that she was out on Raw to take out the trash for good. It will be the end of the road when she defeats the veteran superstar on the show that took place in Bakersfield, California.
Natalya appeared on the show to start the match and took immediate control. She suplexed Evans onto the floor and locked in the Sharpshooter to dominate. Lacey Evans came back hitting a slam to Natalya into the barricade. She then brought out a kendo stick and tossed Natalya head-first into the ring post. The punishment continued as Evans hit her with a neckbreaker.
The fight on WWE Raw continued on the ramp as Lacey Evans suplexed Natalya on the ramp. She tried to use the announce table to keep her opponent down. But Nattie came back hitting a suplex of her own. This allowed her to powerbomb Evans off the stage through a table put below. The referee counted to ten as Evans remained motionless and failed to answer the count. Thus, Natalya won the huge Last Woman Standing match on WWE Raw.
— WWE (@WWE) October 8, 2019
As mentioned above, it was only the second-ever Last Woman Standing match in WWE women’s division history. Earlier to this, Becky Lynch defeated Charlotte Flair in the first one that took place at Evolution 2018 PPV event. Now that Natalya has secured the victory in the second one, we hope big things are waiting for her in due course.
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