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- Highlights are shown on Seth Rollins versus The Fiend at WWE Hell In A Cell 2019, followed by highlights of Rollins burning down the Firefly Fun House last week on Raw.
- Ric Flair makes his way to the ring to start the show, Flair says he is the only champion left in Cleveland. Flair says that Team Flair is going to beat the hell out of Team Hogan, Flair says Hogan played all his cards in revealing all the members of his team. Flair says his team is better and he has the last hand to play, Flair then introduces Drew McIntyre as the last member of Team Flair. McIntyre makes his way to the ring as Flair insults the Cleveland Browns, McIntyre says Flair has asked for a favor and it has been granted. McIntyre says he is going to give a preview of what he will do to Team Hogan at WWE Crown Jewel, Ricochet interrupts and comes down for a match against McIntyre.
Ricochet vs. Drew McIntyre
The match begins with McIntyre catching a leaping Ricochet before attacking him with chops, Ricochet fights back and McIntyre knocks him out of the ring. McIntyre follows Ricochet out of the ring before throwing him into the barricade, McIntyre gets Ricochet back in the ring before attacking him with more chops. McIntyre corners Ricochet before attacking him with more strikes, Ricochet fights back and McIntyre levels him with a forearm strike followed by a back body drop for a near fall. McIntyre holds Ricochet down while wrenching away on his arm, Ricochet gets free and McIntyre nails him with a tilt-a-whirl slam for a near fall. McIntyre traps Ricochet in the ropes while pulling back on his head, McIntyre releases Ricochet before tossing him across the ring. McIntyre holds Ricochet down again while wrenching away on his arm, McIntyre releases the hold and he goes for a suplex. Ricochet escapes by landing knee strikes and kicks McIntyre in the face, Ricochet goes to the ring apron and McIntyre knocks him to the arena floor.
McIntyre goes to the ring apron and Ricochet uses a drop kick to knock him to the arena floor, Ricochet nails McIntyre with a suicide dive as we go to a commercial break. We return from the break to see McIntyre holding Ricochet in a modified STF, Ricochet gets free and he attacks McIntyre with a few chops. McIntyre recovers and he drops Ricochet with a hard Irish whip for a near fall, McIntyre again holds Ricochet down while applying a modified chin lock. Ricochet gets free and he fights back against McIntyre, Ricochet sends McIntyre to the ring apron and McIntyre climbs to the top rope. McIntyre leaps off the ropes and Ricochet nails him with a drop kick, Ricochet follows up by nailing McIntyre with strikes and an enzaguri. Ricochet then nails McIntyre with a springboard clothesline and standing shooting star press for a near fall, Ricochet follows up by hitting McIntyre with a springboard head kick. Ricochet then hits McIntyre with a middle rope moonsault for another near fall, Ricochet goes to the top rope and McIntyre knocks him off before eating a head kick.
Ricochet goes to the middle rope and McIntyre nails him with a forearm strike when he leaps off, McIntyre then hits Ricochet with a buckle bomb and sit out power bomb for a near fall. Ricochet escapes the grasp of McIntyre to land a rewind kick, Ricochet gets McIntyre up and McIntyre escapes to eat a super kick. Ricochet then nails McIntyre with a death valley driver, Ricochet goes to the top rope and he nails a shooting star press for a near fall. Ricochet goes back to the top rope and he misses McIntyre, Ricochet goes for the Recoil afterwards and McIntyre tosses him out of the ring. McIntyre leaves the ring and he throws Ricochet shoulder first into the ring post while getting him back in the ring, McIntyre then hits Ricochet with a Claymore Kick for a three count.
Winner: Drew McIntyre
After the match, Drew McIntyre attacks Ricochet further by throwing him into the ring post and then land a double underhook DDT. McIntyre drags Ricochet out of the ring before nailing him with an inverted Alabama Slam onto the ring steps.
- Highlights are shown of The OC attacking The Street Profits last week on Raw.
- Charly Caruso interviews The OC, Karl Anderson talks about all of The OC’s accomplishments while calling The Street Profits “rookies.” AJ Styles says that “getting that smoke” is illegal in Cleveland and Luke Gallows says that Cleveland sucks, Styles promises that The Street Profits will get a beating tonight.
- Highlights are shown from the 2019 WWE Draft.
- Aleister Black is shown backstage and he says he likes to think there is a reason to his madness, Black says he is looking to the answer to the why. Black says he is filled with a violent rage that is beyond redemption and it is clawing at him, Black wonders who wants to pick a fight with him.
Aleister Black vs. Jason Reynolds
The match begins with Black getting Reynolds in a headlock, Reynolds backs Black into the corner before landing a kick. Black responds by attacking Reynolds with leg kicks and a leg sweep, Black then drops Reynolds with a spinning elbow strike. Reynolds fights back and he nails Black with some strikes, Black responds by nailing Reynolds with a front kick and knee strike. Black then nails Reynolds with Black Mass for a three count.
Winner: Aleister Black
- Rusev is shown walking backstage.
- An AOP video package airs, the AOP says they are the newest tag team signed to Monday Night Raw. They say that Raw signed them to keep them from moving to Smackdown, they promise to be violent with every team on Raw.
- Jerry Lawler is in the ring for another edition of The King’s Court and Rusev is tonight’s guest, Lawler talks about the relationship between Lana and Bobby Lashley. Lawler then brings Rusev out to the ring, Lawler says that everybody can agree that what happens in a marriage should stay in a marriage. Lawler also brings up that all three are celebrities, while talking about how Lana and Lashley made their issues public. Rusev claims that Lashley has poisoned Lana’s brain and Lashley must be crushed, Rusev says he still wears his wedding band everyday because he hopes he and Lana can overcome this. Lashley and Lana appear on the big screen while at a restaurant, Lashley says he plans on taking care of Lana’s needs. Lana says Rusev never took her to the eating establishment and now Lashley has, Lawler asks for a response and he says that he’ll deliver his message personally to Lana and Lashley because he knows where they are.
- Zelina Vega and Andrade are shown talking backstage.
- Zelina Vega comes out before the next match to know that Andrade’s music is a siren that lets people know their careers are in danger.
Andrade w/Zelina Vega vs. Sin Cara
The match begins with Andrade nailing Cara with a series of strikes, Cara recovers to knock Andrade out of the ring with a drop kick. Cara takes Andrade out with a suicide dive, Cara gets Andrade back in the ring before landing a springboard cross body block for a near fall. Vega interferes and distracts Cara so Andrade can drop him and stomp away on him, Andrade hangs up Cara in the ropes before dropping him with a few strikes. Cara recovers and he knocks Andrade out of the ring with a head scissors takedown, Cara then nails Andrade with a top rope moonsault as we go to a commercial break. We return from the break to see Cara attacking Andrade with a few elbow strikes, Cara then avoids a leaping Andrade and Andrade crashes into the turnbuckles. Cara gets up and he attacks Andrade with strikes before landing a springboard cross body block, Cara then hits Andrade with a springboard moonsault for a near fall. Andrade and Cara have a striking exchange in the middle of the ring, Cara ends that by nailing Andrade with a death valley driver.
Cara goes to the top rope and he misses a swanton bomb attempt, Andrade then sends a charging Cara into the middle turnbuckle. Andrade charges into the corner and Cara avoids him, Andrade then hits Cara with a sit out face buster for a near fall. Andrade follows that up by nailing Cara with a series of suplexes for a near fall, Andrade goes to the top rope and Cara lands a few strikes before meeting him up there. Andrade knocks Cara to the ring apron and Cara fights back to land a super sunset flip for a near fall, Cara goes back to the top rope and Andrade knocks him off. Andrade then hits Cara with a running double knee strike for a near fall, Andrade and Cara exchange a few strikes. Cara then propels a charging Andrade out of the ring, Cara then hits Andrade with a slingshot rana on the arena floor. Vega distracts ref so Andrade can attack Cara, Vega then hits Cara with a rana while Andrade distracted the ref. Andrade gets Cara back in the ring before landing a hammerlock DDT for a three count.
Winner: Andrade w/Zelina Vega
- Charly Caruso interviews Humberto Carrillo, who says he has a lot of respect for Sin Cara, while saying that Andrade and Zelina Vega are awesome. Carrillo says he wants to be the WWE Universal Champion and he knows that he has a lot of work to do to get there.
- The Street Profits are backstage and they talk about what The OC said earlier tonight, they then talk about making their Raw debut tonight. Angelo Dawkins says he found them a partner tonight and it is a surprise, Montez Ford tries guessing who the partner is.
- WWE 24/7 Champion R-Truth is shown hiding backstage when he bumps into one of the Bollywood Boys, who sings for him. Another Bollywood Boy rolls up R-Truth and he gets a three count to win the WWE 24/7 Championship.
- Sarah Schreiber interviews Zack Ryder & Curt Hawkins, Ryder downplays their underdog status and Hawkins says that facing The Viking Raiders is a huge opportunity for them.
The Viking Raiders (Erik & Ivar) vs. Zack Ryder & Curt Hawkins
The match begins with Erik destroying both Hawkins and Ryder, Erik picks up Hawkins and he throws him into Ryder. Ivar tags in and he double teams Ryder with Erik, Erik picks up Ivar and he slams him onto Ryder. Ivar then nails Hawkins with a suicide dive, Ivar gets Ryder back in the ring before tagging Erik back in. Erik grabs Ryder and Ryder nails him with a jaw breaker, Ryder then nails Erik with a missile drop kick. Hawkins tags in and he double teams Erik with Ryder for a near fall, Ryder tags in and he attacks Erik with a few strikes. Hawkins tags back in and he holds Erik down while wrenching away on his arm, Ryder tags back in and he attacks Erik with more strikes. Erik fights back and he levels Ryder with a forearm strike, Ivar and Hawkins are tagged in by their respective partners. Ivar cleans house against the opposing team, Erik tags in and he slams Ivar onto Hawkins for a near fall.
Ryder hits the ring and Erik crushes him with a knee strike, Ivar tags in and The Viking Raiders hit Hawkins with The Viking Experience for a three count.
Winners: The Viking Raiders (Erik & Ivar)
- Lana and Bobby Lashley are shown getting close at a restaurant when a waiter approaches them, the waiter wants them to leave because Rusev is coming and the waiter doesn’t want any trouble.
- Rey Mysterio is shown backstage.
- Bobby Lashley and Lana are shown in the restaurant after a commercial break, Rusev arrives and he attacks Lashley. A bunch of security shows up to separate the two.
- Rey Mysterio makes his way to the ring, Mysterio says he has been training with Cain Velasquez to help him get ready for the bout against Brock Lesnar at WWE Crown Jewel. Mysterio thanks the WWE Universe for all their well wishes for him and his son after Lesnar’s attack a few weeks back, Mysterio says he will celebrate with everybody when Velasquez wins the WWE Championship at WWE Crown Jewel. Paul Heyman appears on the big screen and he says that there is a misunderstanding between them, Heyman says Mysterio wouldn’t say these things if Lesnar was in attendance at Raw. Heyman says there is no man on the planet that can handle Lesnar, Heyman says Velasquez will not get a second win over Lesnar at WWE Crown Jewel. Mysterio interrupts Heyman and says something to him in spanish, Shelton Benjamin interrupts and makes his way to the ring. Benjamin says that Velasquez is here because Mysterio cannot defend himself or his son, Mysterio tells Benjamin that it is a family thing.
Benjamin says that his buddy is Lesnar and they have been pals since their days at the University Of Minnesota, Benjamin threatens Mysterio and Velasquez eventually makes his way to the ring. Velasquez scores a takedown on Benjamin before attacking him with strikes, Velasquez gets Benjamin in a rear naked choke before knocking him out of the ring.
- Charly Caruso interviews WWE Universal Champion Seth Rollins, who says that The Fiend has gotten inside of his head. Rollins says he has gotten inside of his head as well, Rollins says The Fiend is different and his aura is a little bit off. Rollins says he has been changed forever after being in the ring with The Fiend, Rollins leaves the interview area to confront Humberto Carrillo. Rollins says that he heard about what Carrillo said about him earlier tonight, Rollins says he would burn down the Firefly Fun House again before challenging him to a match tonight.
Seth Rollins vs. Humberto Carrillo
The match begins with Carrillo catching Rollins in a roll up before landing a few arm drags, Rollins gets Carrillo down while briefly applying a camel clutch. Rollins trips up Carrillo again and he briefly applies a single leg crab, Carrillo gets Rollins in a headlock and Rollins gets free. Carrillo tries dropping Rollins with a shoulder tackle and Carrillo gets him down with a springboard arm drag, Carrillo then hits Rollins with a top rope cross body block for a near fall. Rollins recovers and he knocks Carrillo out of the ring after landing a roaring elbow strike, Rollins then hits Carrillo with a suicide dive before throwing him into the barricade as we go to a commercial break. We return from the break to see Rollins holding Carrillo down in the ring while wrenching away on his arm, Rollins releases the hold before nailing Carrillo with a knee drop. Rollins follows that up by nailing Carrillo with a series of strikes, Carrillo fights back and he nails Rollins with a jaw breaker followed by a springboard enzaguri.
Carrillo knocks Rollins out of the ring with a springboard Japanese arm drag, Carrillo then hits Rollins with a suicide dive. Carrillo gets Rollins in the ring before missing a missile drop kick, Rollins hits Carrillo with a falcon arrow for a near fall. Rollins follows that up by nailing Carrillo with a springboard knee strike for another near fall, Rollins corners Carrillo before landing a running forearm strike. Rollins then hits Carrillo with a buckle bomb and thrust kick for another near fall, Rollins sets up for the curb stomp and Carrillo counters with a roll up followed by a series of head kicks. Carrillo then hits Rollins with a DDT before landing a moonsault for a near fall, Carrillo goes back up to the top rope and Rollins gets his feet up on the moonsault attempt. Rollins hits Carrillo with a curb stomp for a three count.
Winner: Seth Rollins
- The OC are shown backstage.
- R-Truth is talking to a referee backstage when he spots a Bollywood Boy and rolls him up, but it’s the wrong one.
- AJ Styles gets the microphone to ask The Street Profits where their backup is, Styles accuses The Street Profits of not finding any backup.
The OC (Karl Anderson & Luke Gallows) w/AJ Styles vs. The Street Profits (Angelo Dawkins & Montez Ford)
The match begins with Anderson backing Ford into the corner while landing a few strikes, Ford fights back and he drops Anderson before landing a few strikes of his own. Ford then uses a drop kick to knock Anderson out of the ring, Dawkins gets Anderson in the ring so Ford can nail him with another drop kick. Ford nails Anderson with a side kick before tagging Dawkins in, Dawkins and Ford double team Anderson until Gallows is tagged in. Gallows attacks Dawkins with a few strikes before eating a flying shoulder tackle, Dawkins corners Gallows while landing a few strikes. Gallows recovers and he drops Dawkins with a kick to the head, Gallows corners Dawkins before landing a few strikes. Gallows holds Dawkins down while wrenching away on his arm, Dawkins fights back and Gallows nails him with more strikes. Anderson tags in and Dawkins takes out both opponents, Ford tags in and he cleans house against the opposing team. Styles distracts the ref so Anderson can throw Ford out of the ring, Gallows and Anderson then attack Ford on the arena floor as we go to a commercial break.
We return from the break to see Gallows wrenching away on the arm of Ford, Ford fights back and Gallows nails him with a fall away slam. Gallows corners Ford before landing a few strikes, Anderson tags in and he attacks Ford with some strikes as well. Anderson keeps Ford down while applying a chin lock, Anderson releases the hold before tagging Gallows in. Ford fights back and both competitors go down after landing a double clothesline, Anderson tags in and Dawkins gets a tag a few moments later after Anderson is sent out of the ring. Dawkins tags in and he cleans house against the opposing team, Dawkins nails Anderson and Gallows with some avalanches. Ford tags in and Gallows prevents a double team maneuver, Gallows and Dawkins battle to the arena floor. Styles interferes and he knocks Ford off the top rope so Anderson can land a spine buster for a near fall, Anderson then throws Ford out of the ring and the ref catches Styles trying to interfere. The referee ejects Styles from the ringside area, Kevin owens comes out and he attacks Styles with a stunner.
Ford then takes out Gallows with a dive after tagging Dawkins in, Dawkins nail Anderson with a sky high before tagging Ford in. Ford then hits Anderson with a frog splash for a three count.
Winners: The Street Profits (Angelo Dawkins & Montez Ford)