12/2/2019 WWE Raw Results: Charlotte Flair Battles The Kabuki Warriors & Seth Rollins Apologizes

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- Charly Caruso is shown backstage when a vehicle arrives and the AOP get out, Caruso talks to AOP and they speak in their native language to her.

- Seth Rollins makes his way to the ring to issue an apology for what went down last week, Rollins talks about what he said to the Raw roster last week. Rollins says what he said last week came from his heart and a good place, Rollins says it is his job to get the best out of the Raw roster. Rollins says that he would like to apologize to the WWE Universe and to the Raw roster, Rollins invites Kevin Owens to the ring for a face to face apology. Owens immediately makes his way to the ring, Owens says that it smells like crap after the Rollins apology. Rollins says he had nothing to do with last weeks AOP attack on Owens and that his apology is bullshit, the AOP come out and they speak in their native language. AOP challenges Rollins and Owens to a match tonight, Rollins accepts the challenge and he tells AOP to come to the ring right now while still not trusting Rollins. Rollins exits the ring and he heads backstage as the AOP let him go by, AOP head backstage as well a short time later. Owens grabs the microphone and he issues an open challenge.

- Bobby Lashley and Lana are shown backstage.

- Lana comes out to the stage and she says that everything is about her, Kevin Owens gets a microphone and he tells Lana that no one cares. Lana tells everybody that Rusev isn’t here tonight because she filed another restraining order against him tonight, Owens calls Lana repulsive on the inside. Lana says that Bobby Lashley will come out and finish him tonight, Lashley makes his way to the ring with Lana and security to answer Owens open challenge.

Kevin Owens vs. Bobby Lashley w/Lana

The match begins with Owens cornering and attacking Lashley with a series of strikes, Lashley recovers and drops Owens with shoulder blocks. Owens fights back and Lashley nails him with a spine buster, Owens leaves the ring and Lashley follows him out there. Owens trips up Lashley before nailing him with a frog splash on the arena floor as we go to a commercial break, we return from the break to see Owens nailing Lashley with a cannonball for a near fall. Owens goes for a middle rope moonsault and Lashley avoids it before nailing Owens with a moonsault, Lashley keeps Owens down while nailing him with more strikes. Lashley gets Owens up and he corners him before landing a corner spear followed by more strikes, Owens recovers and he nails a charging Lashley with a super kick. Lashley avoids the stunner and he nails Owens with a neck breaker for a near fall, Lashley goes for the Dominator and he drops Owens for another near fall.

Lashley sets up for a full nelson and Owens fights back before nailing Lashley with a pop up power bomb, AOP comes out and they attack Owens.

Winner: Kevin Owens, by DQ

After the match, AOP continues attacking Kevin Owens and they drag him out of the ring, AOP then throws Owens into the barricade. AOP bash the head of Owens on the entrance ramp, AOP then drags Owens to the backstage area.

- Charly Caruso interviews Bobby Lashley & Lana in the ring and Lashley says all he is worried about is that Lana is OK. Lana says she is tired of being booed by the fans and then she talks about hiring detectives to protect her, Rusev comes out of the crowd and he attacks Lashley before going back into the crowd. Lashley exits the ring and he confronts the security team, Lashley touches an officer and they wind up arresting him instead of Rusev. Lana slaps obe of the officers and she gets arrested as well.

- Bobby Lashley & Lana are shown being put in a cop car and taken to the police station, The Street Profits and R-Truth watch the car leave.

Drew McIntyre vs. Akira Tozawa

The match begins with Tozawa getting a go behind on McIntyre, McIntyre escapes and he scores a takedown on Tozawa. McIntyre mocks Tozawa by falling to his knees and Tozawa nails him with a basement drop kick followed by strikes, Tozawa sends McIntyre out of the ring before nailing him with a suicide dive. McIntyre recovers and he nails Tozawa with an inverted Alabama slam on the arena floor, McIntyre gets Tozawa back in the ring and he follows him in there. McIntyre holds Tozawa down while applying a came clutch, McIntyre transitions to a chin lock against Tozawa. McIntyre releases the hold to nail Tozawa with an overhead belly to belly suplex, McIntyre holds Tozawa down again while wrenching away on his head and arm. McIntyre releases the hold and Tozawa nails him with a low drop kick followed by an enziguri, Tozawa then nails McIntyre with a missile drop kick.

Tozawa looks for a reverse hurricarana and he winds up rolling up McIntyre for a near fall, McIntyre nails Tozawa with a Claymore Kick for a three count.

Winner: Drew McIntyre

After the match, Drew McIntyre grabs a microphone and he talks about how people complain on social media. McIntyre calls the people in the locker room a bunch of cowards, McIntyre calls out Randy Orton as we go to a commercial break.

- We return from the commercial break and Drew McIntyre continues trash talking to Randy Orton, Orton eventually makes his way to the ring. Orton turns his back on McIntyre and that angers McIntyre, McIntyre says his problem with Orton is that Orton has no respect for anybody or the rules. McIntyre says the Orton of 2019 is only ferocious at posting on social media, McIntyre says Orton is the past and he is the future. Orton says the problem with McIntyre has to do with his view of reality, Orton says that McIntyre hasn’t earned anything. The OC interrupt and make their way onto the stage, AJ Styles can barely say Randy Orton’s name. Luke Gallows says that Orton ruins lives, while Karl Anderson blames Orton for Styles losing his WWE United States Title. Styles says he wants a match with Orton tonight, McIntyre leaves the ring as The OC surrounds Orton. The OC gets in the ring and they attack Orton, Ricochet hits the ring and he goes after The OC before getting overwhelmed. Humberto Carrillo also comes out to even the odds against The OC, Rey Mysterio also hits the ring and he attacks The OC alongside everyone else until the ring is cleared.

- Randy Orton, Rey Mysterio, Ricochet and Humberto Carrillo are all shown backstage. Orton says that he didn’t need the assistance against The OC.

Tony Nese vs. Aleister Black

The match begins with Black doing some work on the arm of Nese, Nese gets free and he wrenches away on the arm of Black. Black gets free and he has a few chain wrestling exchanges with Nese, Black trips up a charging Nese with a leg sweep. Nese leaves the ring and Black fakes a suicide dive, Nes egets back in the ring and Black nails him with some strikes. Nese recovers and he nails Black with a strike to the neck area, Nese also rips away at the eyes of Black before landing some more strikes. Black fights back and Nese drops him neck first on the top rope, Nese goes for a springboard moonsault and Black gets his knees up. Black then grabs Nese before landing a series of strikes that ends with a knee strike, Black then hits Nese with Black Mass for a three count.

Winner: Aleister Black

- Charly Caruso interviews Buddy Murphy, who says that he doesn’t regret knocking on Aleister Black’s door because he wants to expose Black. Murphy says that Black needs to calm down or he’ll do it for him.

Andrade w/Zelina Vega vs. Eric Young

The match begins with Young working over the arm of Andrade, Andrade gets free and he also does damage to the arm of Young. Young backs Andrade into the corner and Andrade quickly corners him while landing strikes, Andrade keeps Young corners while landing a jumping knee strike. Andrade refocuses his attack on the injured arm of Young, Young goes to the top rope and Andrade follows him up there after landing a few strikes. Young knocks Andrade off the ropes before landing a top rope elbow drop for a near fall, Andrade fights back and Young nails him with a clothesline. Young goes to the middle rope and Andrade trips him up before landing a basement drop kick, Andrade holds Young down while wrenching away on his arm. Young gets free and he drops Andrade with an elbow strike followed by a clothesline, Andrade recovers and he kicks Young in the face. Young fights back and he nails Andrade with a wheelbarrow neck breaker for a near fall, Young goes back to the top rope and Andrade trips him up.

Andrade then nails Young with a running double knee strike, Andrade follows that up with a hammerlock DDT on Young for a three count.

Winner: Andrade w/Zelina Vega

After the match, R-Truth runs out to the ringside area and he hides by the barricade as a bunch of wrestlers give chase. R-Truth goes to leave when Michael Waltrip reveals he is a referee, Kyle Busch rolls up R-Truth to win the WWE 24/7 Championship.

- The Street Profits are backstage and they do a Cyber Monday promo when No Way Jose and the congo line go by.

- Seth Rollins is shown trying to leave the arena when Charly Caruso arrives, Rollins says he tried to help Kevin Owens and Owens didn’t want it. Rollins questions what Caruso wants from him and he calls it a no win situation for him, Rollins says that not everyone has the guts to be a leader.

- A video package airs showing how Rey Mysterio won the WWE United States Title last week on Raw.

- Erick Rowan is shown talking to whatever is in the cage.

No Way Jose vs. Erick Rowan

The match begins with members of Jose’s conga line approaching the cage, Rowan exits the ring and he attacks the conga line. Jose exits the ring and he quickly gets mauled by Rowan, Rowan throws Jose into the ring steps before chasing the conga line away. Rowan then hits Jose with a running cross body block before getting him back in the ring, Rowan would then hit Jose with a clothesline and a series claw slams for a three count.

Winner: Erick Rowan

- The Kabuki Warriors are shown warming up in their locker room.

- Sarah Schreiber interviews Erick Rowan, who says nothing and instead talks to whatever is in the cage.

- Charly Caruso interviews The Kabuki Warriors, who says some stuff in Japanese before saying they will beat Charlotte Flair tonight.

Handicapped Match
Charlotte Flair vs. The Kabuki Warriors (Asuka & Kairi Sane)

The match begins with The Kabuki Warriors attacking Flair before the bell sounded, Sane exits the ring and the referee rings the bell. Asuka and Flair quickly exchange strikes until Sane tags in, Sane corners Flair before kicking away at her. Asuka tags in and she kicks away at a cornered Flair, Sane tags back in and she again kicks away at Flair. Asuka tags back in and she works over Flair before tagging Sane back in, Flair fights back and she knocks Sane to the arena floor. Asuka quickly drops Flair with a hip attack as her back was turned, Flair fights back and she drops a kicking Asuka. Sane returns and Flair knocks her and Asuka to the arena floor, Flair nails both opponents with a baseball slide drop kick. Flair leaves the ring and Asuka throws her into the barricade, Asuka gets Flair back into the ring and she attacks her with kicks. Flair fights back and Sane knocks her back to the arena floor, Flair recovers and she throws Sane into the barricade.

Asuka then nails Flair with a sliding kick from the ring apron, Asuka gets Flair back in the ring before landing some more kicks. Sane interferes again and Asuka accidentally takes her out, Flair then nails Asuka with a boot to the face. Asuka leaves the ring and Flair takes them both out with a dive, Flair gets Asuka back in the ring and then she boots Sane right in the face as we go to a commercial break. We return from the break to see Asuka nailing Flair with some hip attacks, Sane tags in and she nails Flair with some more strikes. Sane then nails Flair with a sliding forearm strike for a near fall, Asuka tags back in and she nails Flair with more strikes. Flair fights back and Asuka nails her with a leg trap release German suplex, Sane tags in and Flair nails her and Asuka with boots to the face. Flair goes to the top rope and she goes for a moonsault before Asuka and Sane get their knees up, Flair recovers and she gets Sane in a Boston crab.

Asuka gets up and she nails Flair with a head kick, Asuka tags in and she nails Flair with a missile drop kick for a near fall. Asuka keeps Flair down while nailing her with more kicks, Flair blocks a final kick and she exchanges strikes with Asuka. Flair catches a leaping Asuka and she goes for a figure eight, Asuka transitions into a triangle choke and Flair gets free by landing a sit out power bomb. Sane returns and she nails Flair with a rolling neck breaker, Sane tags herself in and she goes to the top rope. Flair fights back and she meets Sane on the top rope, Asuka tags herself in and she works with Sane to knock Flair off the top rope. Sane then nails Flair with a top rope double stomp so Asuka can get a near fall on her, Flair avoids a double team to nail Asuka with a spear for a near fall. Flair goes on the attack and she works over the knee of Asuka, Sane tries getting back in the ring and Flair attacks her. Flair nails Asuka with a spear as Sane tags in, Flair gets Asuka in a figure eight and Sane nails her with an Insane Elbow for a three count.

Winners: The Kabuki Warriors (Asuka & Kairi Sane)

- The Viking Raiders are shown backstage.

- Charlotte Flair is interviewed by Sarah Schreiber, who says she does regret challenging The Kabuki Warriors tonight.

The Viking Raiders (Erik & Ivar) vs. Mark Sterling & Mitchell Lyons

The match begins with Erik nailing Lyons with a knee strike, Sterling tries leaving the ring and Ivar slams him on the arena floor. Erik then slams Ivar onto the downed Sterling, Ivar tags in and he nails Sterling with an avalanche before Erik lands another knee strike. Erik picks up Ivar and he throws him into a cornered Lyons, Erik tags in and The Viking Raiders hit Lyons with The Viking Experience for a three count.

Winners: The Viking Raiders (Erik & Ivar) 

- Ricochet, Rey Mysterio and Humberto Carrillo are shown backstage, Ricochet says they will shut The OC up tonight. Carrillo says that The OC have been trying to ruin him since day one, Mysterio says that he is honored to be teaming with Ricochet and Carrillo.

- The OC are backstage and they accuse Randy Orton of helping Rey Mysterio steal the WWE United States Title from AJ Styles. 

The OC (AJ Styles, Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson) vs. Ricochet, Rey Mysterio & Humberto Carrillo

The match begins with Anderson getting Carrillo in a headlock, Carrillo gets free and he nails Anderson with a head kick for a near fall. Ricochet tags in and he nails the arm of Anderson with a top rope axe handle smash, Ricochet and Carrillo then double team Anderson. Carrillo tags back in and he works over a cornered Anderson, Anderson fights back and he tags Styles into the match. Carrillo fights back to hit Styles with a few kicks and a diving headbutt for a near fall, Styles fights back and he quickly drops Carrillo. Anderson interferes and he kicks Carillo in the back, Styles knocks Carrillo to the arena floor after landing an enziguri and Gallows follows up by landing a clothesline. Styles gets Carrillo back into the ring before tagging Gallows in, Gallows nails Carrillo with a head kick for a near fall. Gallows holds Carrillo down while landing elbow strikes and applying a chin lock, Carrillo recovers and he nails Gallows with a jaw breaker followed by an enziguri.

Anderson and Mysterio are tagged in by their respective partners, Mysterio quickly cleans house against the opposing team. Mysterio send Gallows into the ring post before landing a 619, Mysterio then sends Styles into the ropes before Anderson blocks another 619 attempt. Anderson throws Mysterio into the barricade and ring post as we go to a commercial break. We return from the break to see Gallows nailing Mysterio with a suplex for a near fall, Gallows keeps Mysterio down while applying a chin lock. Mysterio fights back and Gallows drops him with a big boot for a near fall, Anderson tags in and he rips away at the face of Mysterio. Anderson then applies a chin lock to a downed Mysterio, Mysterio fights back and he sends Anderson into the middle turnbuckle. Ricochet tags in and he cleans house against the opposing team, Ricochet nails Styles with a head kick and standing shooting star press for a near fall. Ricochet goes to the top rope and he drops Anderson a short time later, Anderson interferes again and Styles nails Ricochet with a face plant for a near fall.

Ricochet fights back and he corners Styles before landing a Recoil for a near fall, Mysterio hits the ring and he nails Anderson with a 619. Carrillo then takes out Gallows with a missile drop kick and suicide dive, Styles looks for a Styles Clash and Ricochet counters with a roll up before eating an overhead kick. Styles gets Ricochet on the top rope and he follows him up there, Ricochet gets free and he drops Styles with a right. Anderson interferes and Ricochet takes him out with a moonsault, Ricochet goes for a super hurricarana and Styles blocks it to land a super Styles Clash for a three count.

Winners: The OC (AJ Styles, Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson)

After the match, Randy Orton hits AJ Styles with an RKO. 

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