WWE Raw: Results, Review, and Grades for December 17th

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WWE Raw is back after a strong showing last night at TLC 2018. The Chairman on the Board, WWE CEO Vince McMahon will be live on Raw tonight, and we’ll address all the fallout from last night’s hellacious PPV.

Everybody, sing it with me – Ding, dong, the witch is dead! Baron Corbin is officially out as WWE Raw GM, after losing to Braun Strowman in what essentially turned into a complete revolt from the Raw roster.

Tonight, I’m sure we’ll find out who’s in line to become the next General Manager of Raw, or we’ll at least be a step or two closer.

I’m sure also that the returning Chairman of the Board, Vince McMahon will address the newly-found lack of leadership on Raw. WWE has been promising some big changes in 2019, so maybe Vince will have some ideas on how to get that ball rolling tonight.

Last night at TLC, WWE Raw Women’s Championship Ronda Rousey made some waves, not only in the Raw Women’s Championship match, but in the SmackDown Women’s Championship Match as well.

After a feud with both Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair during the Survivor Series build-up, Ronda exacted some revenge last night when she tipped over the ladder Becky and Charlotte were both climbing, causing the two of them to lose the SmackDown Women’s Championship to Asuka.

The biggest questions surrounding Rousey tonight are, firstly, how is the crowd going to react to her after interfering in undoubtedly the best match of the night, what she has to say to Charlotte, and if she’s going to formally challenge Charlotte for Royal Rumble.

We’ve also got a brand-spakin’-new Intercontinental Champion in Dean Ambrose, who won the title in an unfortunately overshadowed match against Seth Rollins. Thus, the reign of terror begins tonight. Will Dean bring the hazmat team? Will he have sent the Intercontinental Championship away to be properly sanitized before it gets to grace his torso? Let’s hope so; let’s bring on the petty!

All this and more tonight on WWE Raw this evening, airing at 8PM/7PM Central on the USA Network. Be sure to follow along with us tonight for live updates, results, review, and grades for all of tonight’s action!