WWE Raw Review: Live Results, Analysis, and Grades for November 21

Follow along with our live review of Monday’s episode of WWE Raw.

On Monday night, the latest episode of WWE Raw will take place. This will have full fallout from Sunday’s Survivor Series pay-per-view, which saw its fair share of shocks and twists, especially in the main event.

Goldberg and Brock Lesnar had a match hyped for over a match as the headliner of Survivor Series. They would finally collide and with just three offensive moves, the former WCW star won the match. He hit two spears and one jackhammer for the win and pinned Lesnar. That’s it. He walked out of the Air Canada Centre a winner, and celebrated with his son and the fans.

The result shocked everyone because of Lesnar’s dominance in WWE over the past three years. He ran over just about every top star, including ending The Undertaker’s undefeated streak at WrestleMania 30. John Cena also got obliterated like never seen before at SummerSlam 2014. So, to end that against Goldberg came as a surprise.

As of this writing, it’s unknown whether Goldberg will appear on Raw. But with the show staying in Toronto, maybe he shows up to talk about his future and that win. After what happened to close the PPV, something should be said from one of the two competitors, most likely the former World Heavyweight Champion.

Regarding everything else, Raw won two of the three elimination matches (women’s and tag team). They fell short in the men’s bout, though, as Bray Wyatt and Randy Orton got the best of Roman Reigns. There should be some fallout from this, possibly with Roadblock implications. This PPV will take place on Sunday, December 18.

New Day vs. Cesaro and Sheamus for the Raw Tag Team Championship got announced for the show too. Will we see a title change go down?

With this in mind, follow along with our coverage of Raw at 8:00 p.m. ET!

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