WWE Raw 4/6/20 Results: Two Title Matches, Nia Jax Returns & 'Mania 36 Fallout

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- The show starts off with highlights of Drew McIntyre defeating Brock Lesnar at ‘Mania 36.

Asuka vs. Liv Morgan

The match begins with Asuka backing Morgan into the ropes before letting her go free, Morgan goes for a roll up and Asuka counters by stomping away on her. Morgan fights back and she attacks Asuka with some strikes, Asuka ends that by nailing Morgan with a hip attack. Asuka misses a head kick and Morgan rolls her up for a near fall, Morgan then drops Asuka with a hurricarana. Asuka recovers and she sends a charging Morgan into the middle turnbuckle, Morgan fights back and she knocks Asuka out of the ring after landing a missile drop kick. Morgan follows Asuka out of the ring and Asuka gains control, Morgan then drops Asuka with a head scissors takedown on the arena floor. Asuka recovers and drops Morgan with a head kick as we go to a commercial break, we return from the break to see Asuka working over the arm of Morgan. Morgan tries fighting back and Asuka shoves her to the mat below, Asuka then nails Morgan with a pop up knee strike for a near fall.

Asuka stands over Morgan while taunting her and Morgan catches Asuka with a roll up for a near fall, Morgan then nails Asuka with a springboard code breaker. Morgan follows up by nailing Asuka with multiple clotheslines and a face buster, Morgan then hits Asuka with an enziguri and double stomp for a near fall. Asuka recovers and she catches Morgan in an arm bar, Morgan gets free with a roll up attempt on Asuka. Asuka keeps the pressure on Morgan by landing a release German suplex and siding head kick for a near fall, Morgan looks for her finisher and Asuka looks for the Asuka Lock. Morgan rolls through and Asuka gets it in on the second attempt to force a tap out.

Winner: Asuka

- Highlights are shown of Becky Lynch vs. Shayna Baszler from ‘Mania 36.

- Charly Caruso interviews Becky Lynch after her title match, Lynch talks about being champion for a full year and she says everything she does in the ring is calculated. Lynch says she never underestimated Baszler, but Baszler may have underestimated her.

- Shayna Baszler talks after her ‘Mania 36 loss, Baszler talks about the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat. Baszler promises that she will show Becky Lynch the agony of her defeat.

Raw Tag Team Championships
The Street Profits (Montez Ford & Angelo Dawkins) (c) vs. Austin Theory & Angel Garza w/Zelina Vega

The match begins with Garza immediately tagging Theory into the match, Dawkins gets Theory in a headlock. Theory gets free and Dawkins drops him with a shoulder tackle, Dawkins follows up by drilling Theory with another shoulder tackle. Ford tags in and Theory gets double teamed by the opposition, Garza interferes and The Street Profits clear the ring as we go to a commercial break. We return from the break to see Dawkins working over the arm of Theory, Theory fights back and Dawkins misses a charge in the corner. Theory drops Dawkins neck first on the top rope before landing a rolling drop kick, Garza tags in and he nails Dawkins with a running kick to the midsection. Garza holds Dawkins down while wrenching away on his arm, Garza releases the hold before tagging Theory back in. Theory keeps Dawkins down while stomping and kicking him, Theory keeps Dawkins down while wrenching away on his arm. Theory releases the hold and he tags Garza into the match, Garza nails Dawkins with a splash to the leg before wrenching away on said leg.

Theory tags back in and he stomps away on a downed Dawkins, Theory mounts Dawkins and he attacks him with strikes. Theory goes for a super kick and Dawkins blocks it before landing an exploder suplex, Garza and Ford are tagged in by their respective partners. Ford quickly starts cleaning house against the opposing team, Ford goes to the top rope and Vega helps Garza land a head kick to cause a DQ.

Winners: The Street Profits (Montez Ford & Angelo Dawkins) by DQ, still the Raw Tag Team Champions

After the match, Zelina Vega joins Austin Theory and Angel Garza in attacking The Street Profits until Bianca Belair makes the save. Belair gets the microphone to say she is the EST of WWE Raw, Belair then challenges Vega to a match as we go to a commercial break.

Bianca Belair w/The Street Profits vs. Zelina Vega w/Austin Theory & Angel Garza

The match begins with Belair shoving Vega to the mat a few times, Vega fights back before hiding in the ropes. Vega then gets Belair in a headlock and Belair gets free before dropping her with a few shoulder tackles, Vega kicks Belair away before slapping her in the face. Belair gets angry and she attacks Vega with a ton of strikes, Belair then tosses Vega across the ring a few times. Belair then corners Vega before landing some shoulder thrusts, Vega recovers and she sends a charging Belair shoulder first into the ring post. Vega follows up by locking Belair in a rope assisted cross face, Vega then rolls up Belair for a near fall. Vega also nails Belair with a DDT for another near fall, Vega keeps Belair down while holding her in a modified dragon sleeper. Belair gets free and she nails Vega with a suplex, Vega leaps off the top rope and Belair catches her before landing a press slam. Theory tries interfering and The Street Profits attack him and Angel Garza to cause the referee to throw the match out.

Match Result: No Contest

After the match, Montez Ford grabs the microphone and he challenges Austin Theory, Angel Garza and Zelina Vega to a mixed tag match as we go to a commercial break.

Bianca Belair & The Street Profits (Montez Ford & Angelo Dawkins) vs. Zelina Vega, Angel Garza & Austin Theory

The match begins with Dawkins nailing a charging Theory with a flapjack, Ford tags in and he nails Theory with a drop kick. Ford traps Theory in the corner while landing a few strikes, Theory gets free and Ford nails him with another drop kick. Garza distracts Ford and Theory knocks him to the arena floor, Theory leaves the ring and he throws Ford into the barricade. Theory gets Ford back into the ring while attacking him with strikes, Theory corners and stomps away on Ford. Theory keeps Ford down while applying a modified chin lock to him, Theory transitions to wrenching away on the arm of Ford. Ford fights back and Theory drops him with a clothesline for a near fall, Theory keeps Ford down while applying a front headlock. Theory then dumps Ford to the arena floor, Theory follows Ford out of the ring and he smashes Ford face first into the ring apron before getting him back in the ring. Theory keeps Ford down while holding him in a chin lock, Ford gets free and he nails Theory with an enziguri.

Belair tags in and she goes right after Vega, Vega goes for a hurricarana and Belair counters by landing a back breaker. Belair then hits Vega with a handspring moonsault, Garza interferes and that leads to a brawl on the arena floor. Belair drops Vega face first on the top turnbuckle before landing a KOD for a three count.

Winners: Bianca Belair & The Street Profits (Montez Ford & Angelo Dawkins)

- Highlights are shown of Aleister Black vs. Bobby Lashley at 'Mania 36.

- Charly Caruso interviews Bobby Lashley, who says he may need new management or a new wife, Lana appears and Lashley leaves in disgust.

Aleister Black vs. Apollo Crews

The match begins with Black getting Crews in a headlock, Crews gets free and he gets Black in a headlock of his own. Black gets free and he trips up Crews before applying a front headlock, Crews gets free to get Black in another headlock. Black gets free and he works over the arm of Crews, Crews regains control and he wrenches away on Black’s arm. Black gets Crews down before holding him in a chin lock, Crews gets free and he holds Black in a front headlock. Black gets free and Crews drops him with a shoulder tackle, Black and Crews go through a series of reversals as we go to a commercial break. We return from the break to see Black taking Crews down with an arm drag, Crews fights back and Black gets him down with another arm drag. Crews fights back again and he nails a charging Black with a drop kick, Black exits the ring and Crews follows him out there. Black attacks Crews with a ton of strikes, Crews recovers and he nails Black with an overhead release suplex on the arena floor.

Crews gets Black back in the ring and he attacks him with strikes, Black recovers to land a leg sweep and penalty kick for a near fall. Crew fights back and he dumps a charging Black out of the ring, Black tries getting back in the ring and Crews stomps away on him. Crews then nails Black with a moonsault from the ring apron as we go to a commercial break, we return from the break to see Crews get a near fall on Black. Crews then hits Black with an avalanche followed by a clothesline for another near fall, Crews keeps Black down while holding him in a chin lock. Black gets free and he trips up Crews, Crews gets up and Black nails him with multiple leg kicks. Crews gets up and he nails a charging Black with a power slam for a near fall, Crews hurts his leg while attempting a standing moonsault and he still manages to land an enziguri. Crews then hits Black with a toss power bomb for a near fall, Crews works over Black by nailing him with more strikes and a clothesline. Crews goes to the top rope and he misses a splash attempt, Black catches Crews in a knee bar and Crews gets to the ropes.

Crews cannot get up and Black gets him to his feet, Crews avoids Black Mass to knock Black to the arena floor with a pair of head kicks as we go to a commercial break. We return from the break to see Black knocking Crews off the top rope. Black drops Crews before landing a sliding knee strike, Black then hits Crews with a middle rope moonsault for a near fall. Crews fights back and Black kicks him for a near fall, Crews fights back and he nails Black with a drop kick. Crews looks for a belly to belly suplex and he winds up eating a few strikes from Black, Black goes to the top rope and Crews kicks him in the head. Crews follows Black to the top rope and he attacks him with some strikes, Crews then hits Black with a superplex for a near fall. Crews goes for a press slam and his injured knee gives out on him, Crews manages to hit Black with a sit out power bomb for a near fall. Crews gets up and he nails Black with a press slam followed by a standing moonsault, Crews then hits Black with a standing shooting star press for a near fall. Crews goes to the top rope and Black kicks him in the head, Black goes to the top rope and Crews sends him off.

Crews leaps off the top rope and Black nails him with a leaping knee strike, Black then goes for Black Mass and Crews avoids eat to roll up Black for a near fall. Black then nails Crews with a Black Mass for a three count.

Winner: Aleister Black

- Highlights are shown from the Last Man Standing Match between Edge and Randy Orton from ‘Mania 36.

Cedric Alexander & Ricochet vs. Oney Lorcan & Danny Burch

The match begins with Alexander nailing Burch with a series of strikes, Burch fights back and he drops Alexander before tagging Lorcan in. Lorcan and Burch double team Alexander for a near fall, Lorcan holds Alexander in a front headlock before landing some European uppercuts. Burch tags in and he cracks Alexander with more strikes, Burch drops Alexander with a chop before applying a chin lock. Alexander gets free and Burch reapplies the chin lock a short time later, Alexander gets free before Ricochet and Burch are tagged in by their respective partners. Ricochet quickly starts cleaning house against the opposing team, Ricochet sends an interfering Burch out of the ring. Alexander tags in and he double teams Lorcan with Ricochet, Ricochet tags in as Alexander lands a Neuralizer. Ricochet then hits Lorcan with a Benadryller for a three count.

Winners: Cedric Alexander & Ricochet

- Highlights are shown of Seth Rollins vs. Kevin Owens from ‘Mania 36.

- Kevin Owens is shown backstage earlier today, Owens talks about his five month long feud with Seth Rollins. Owens wondered if the whole feud was worth it until he beat Rollins at ‘Mania 36, Owens says it is time to move onto better things and he will always keep fighting.

Seth Rollins vs. Denzel Dejournette

The match begins with Rollins immediately cornering Dejournette and stomping away on him, Dejournette leaves the ring and Rollins follows him out there before throwing him into the barricade a few times. Rollins gets Dejournette back in the ring and he nails him with the stomp for a three count.

Winner: Seth Rollins

Nia Jax vs. Deonna Purrazzo

The match begins with Jax immediately knocking Purrazzo into the corner, Jax then drops Purrazzo with a clothesline. Jax follows up on that by nailing Purrazzo with some short arm clotheslines, Jax then hits Purrazzo with a Samoan drop. Jax then hits Purrazzo with a package DDT for a three count.

Winner Nia Jax

- Highlights are shown of the Boneyard Match between AJ Styles and The Undertaker at ‘Mania 36.

Humberto Carrillo vs. Brendan Vink

The match begins with Carrillo eating a few strikes before nailing Vink with a jaw breaker and springboard arm drag, Carrillo then nails Vink with a missile drop kick. Carrillo sets up for a suicide dive and Vink lands a big boot to the face, Vink then hits Carrillo with a slam before holding him in a chin lock. Carrillo gets free and Vink nails him with a back elbow strike, Vink corners Carrillo before landing a few kicks. Vink gets Carrillo out of the corner by landing a hip toss, Vink again gets Carrillo down while applying a chin lock to him. Carrillo gets free and he cracks Vink with a few strikes, Carrillo then hits Vink with a springboard cross body block and a few head kicks. Carrillo follows up by landing a rolling moonsault and top rope moonsault for a three count.

Winner: Humberto Carrillo

- Highlights are shown of Rhea Ripley vs. Charlotte Flair from ‘Mania 36.

- Charly Caruso interviews Charlotte Flair, who talks about some advice Ric Flair gave her when she was younger. Flair says it is the woman who makes the title and now she is a two time NXT Women’s Champion, Flair says Rhea Ripley bowed down to the queen at ‘Mania 36.

- Highlights are shown again of Brock Lesnar vs. Drew McIntyre from ‘Mania 36.

- WWE Champion Drew McIntyre is shown making his first entrance as champion after ‘Mania 36 went off the air, Sarah Schreiber is in the ring to conduct an interview. McIntyre says the magnitude of what he has accomplished hasn’t hit him yet, McIntyre shows the title belt plates he had installed on the title. McIntyre thanks Paul Heyman for providing him accidental inspiration during the title match against Brock Lesnar, McIntyre says he got angrier everytime Lesnar landed an F-5. Big Show makes his way to the ring with a referee in tow, Show gets a microphone and he talks about McIntyre winning the WWE Championship. Show says that McIntyre is no giant like he is, Show says he isn’t challenging McIntyre for a title right now or at WWE Money In The Bank. Show challenges McIntyre to a match right now and McIntyre says he isn’t fighting right now, Show says McIntyre is afraid of him. McIntyre says there is nothing Show can say that will convince him to fight and Show slaps him in the face.

WWE Championship
Drew McIntyre (c) vs. Big Show

The match begins with McIntyre attacking Show with a ton of strikes, Show recovers and he drops McIntyre with a shoulder block. Show follows McIntyre around the ring while landing more strikes, Show then nails McIntyre with a slam. Show follows up on that by choking McIntyre on the bottom rope, Show also stretches McIntyre along the ropes. Show gets McIntyre away from the ropes before landing another slam, McIntyre fights back and Show nails him with a headbutt. Show then drops McIntyre after landing a right to the upper body, Show nails McIntyre with a Vader Bomb for a near fall. Show keeps McIntyre trapped in the corner while landing some more strikes, McIntyre tries fighting back and Show nails him with more strikes followed by a slam. Show gets McIntyre by the ropes before choking him along the middle rope, Show misses a chop and McIntyre counters by landing strikes of his own. Show goes for a choke slam and McIntyre escapes to slam Show for a near fall, McIntyre goes to the top rope and Show catches him to land a choke slam for a near fall.

Show goes for the big punch and McIntyre avoids it to land a Claymore Kick for a three count.

Winner: Drew McIntyre, still the WWE Champion

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