November 18, 2019
Commentary: Vic Joseph, Jerry “The King” Lawler, and Samoa Joe
Results by: Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com
Quick Match Results
- Becky Lynch & Charlotte Flair defeated The IIconics via Figure Eight by Charlotte on Billie Kay
- Humberto Carrillo defeated Karl Anderson with help from The Street Profits
- Bobby Lashley defeated No Way Jose via full nelson
- Seth Rollins defeated Andrade by disqualification when Lucha House Party attacked Rollins
- Buddy Murphy defeated Akira Tozawa via Murphy’s Law
- Erick Rowan defeated Alex Malcom via Iron Claw Slam
- Kevin Owens vs. Drew McIntyre was no contest due to Triple H interrupting
- Asuka defeated Natalya via kick to the face
- Raw Tag Team Championship: The Viking Raiders (c) vs. Randy Orton & Ricochet was no contest when SmackDown wrestlers ran in to attack
In-Ring: Becky Lynch, The IIconics, Charlotte Flair
Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch makes her way to the ring. She’ll face SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley and NXT Women’s Champion Shayna Baszler at Survivor Series this Sunday. The crowd chants for Lynch as she’s in the ring. Lynch says, “The Man has come around to Boston!” Lynch calls out Bayley and Baszler. If they’re here, they can come face her champion-to-champion. They’ve been running from one show to the next yelling about brand supremacy, but she doesn’t give a bullocks about that. If they want a fight, she’s right here. What better place for an Irish person to fight than Boston?
The IIconics interrupt her and come out to the stage. Peyton Royce said they couldn’t stay silent about Survivor Series. They’ve been left off the Raw Women’s Survivor Series team. Royce says it’s a terrible oversight for Team Raw. The IIconics get in the ring. Billie Kay says they are the future. Lynch says she knows what the future is. Lynch knows that she’s supposed to team with Charlotte for whatever reason, but she’ll take on The IIconics by herself right now.
Charlotte Flair makes her way to the ring. Flair says if Lynch wants them all to herself, that’s fine. Flair doesn’t want to tag with her either, but the forces want them anyway. Flair has a match at Survivor Series, too. She’ll lead Team Raw against Team SmackDown and Team NXT in the first-ever Women’s Triple Threat Elimination Match. Flair condescendingly asks if that’s ok.
On Commentary: Samoa Joe
Samoa Joe’s music hits, and he walks out to the stage. The crowd chants his name.
Samoa Joe has joined the Raw commentary team and is called, “Brock-Lesnar-proof.”
Becky Lynch & Charlotte Flair vs. The IIconics
The IIconics attack Flair and Lynch at the sound of the bell. Peyton Royce takes Flair and sends her into the corner. Flair elbows her, and Billie Kay blind tags in. Royce kicks Flair down, and Kay picks up the two count. Royce tags in, and Flair fights her off. Royce tackles her to the corner and clubs her. Kay tags in and talks trash. Flair forearms her back and lays in the chops for a two count. Flair goes for a Fights Eight and locks it in on Kay. Lynch runs in and hits a Bexploder on Royce. Kay taps out.
Winners by Submission: Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair
NXT Women’s Champion Shayna Baszler, Jessamyn Duke, and Marina Shafir take out The IIconics while Lynch and Flair walk away. Lynch and Flair run back to the ring, but they’re quickly overwhelmed by Baszler, Duke, and Shafir. They then walk off. Lynch and Flair angrily get to their feet and run into the crowd. Security gets in between Flair and Lynch and hold them back. Becky Lynch then drills a security guard in the face with a straight right hand!
Backstage: Zack Ryder, Curt Hawkins, AOP
Charly Caruso is backstage with Zack Ryder and Curt Hawkins. She asks about how they’ve prepared for the Raw Tag Team Championship match tonight. The Authors of Pain walk up to them! Akam and Rezar viciously wipe them out and talk in their native tongues.
Karl Anderson vs. Humberto Carrillo
The O.C. make their way to the ring. Replays are shown of Humberto Carrillo pinning AJ Styles last week on Raw. Styles wants to state for the record so all the idiots can understand it. Styles would love to defend his United States Championship against Humberto tonight, he disrespected him last week. Luke Gallows says Carrillo did disrespect Styles. When you disrespect one, you disrespect all. Styles says that’s why Karl Anderson will kick the crap out of him. Anderson says they already proved they’re the best tag team in the world. They’ll get a lesson from the official, the only club that’s ever mattered: The O.C.
The bell rings, and Anderson quickly clubs Carrillo down before ripping at the face in the corner. Anderson sends him to the opposite corner, but Carrillo slingshots over him and takes him down. Carrillo hits a springboard arm drag followed by a springboard flying head-butt. Carrillo goes to the top rope, but The O.C. pulls Anderson out of the ring.
The Street Profits come out to even the odds for Carrillo. Carrillo then wipes out The O.C. with a somersault senton!
We come back from the break to see Anderson working over Carrillo with a chin lock. Carrillo tries to fight up, but Anderson keeps him grounded. Anderson knocks him to the corner, but Carrillo fights him back before hitting a dropkick. The Street Profits cheer on Carrillo from ringside. Carrillo clotheslines Anderson in the corner before taking him down. Anderson kicks out at two. Carrillo slaps him in the face and hits a big cross-body block off the top rope for a near fall. Carrillo hits a springboard off the second rope, but Anderson counters into a big spinebuster for a near fall.
Anderson goes for a powerbomb, but Carrillo counters into a hurricanrana that sends Anderson into the ring post shoulder-first. Carrillo hits a springboard kick to the head. AJ Styles distracts the referee, and Luke Gallows snaps Carrillo off the top rope. Anderson catches him with an inside cradle, but The Street Profits turn Anderson onto his shoulders. The referee counts the pinfall.
Winner by Pinfall: Humberto Carrillo
The O.C. flips out while Carrillo and The Street Profits celebrate on the stage.
Backstage: Seth Rollins
— WWE Universe (@WWEUniverse) November 19, 2019
Charly Caruso is backstage with Seth Rollins, who gets a mixed reaction. She asks why he put his Survivor Series spot on the line against Andrade. Rollins asks what he was supposed to do? Not do it? He’s never backed down from a challenge and won’t start tonight in Boston. Rollins says Boston knows a thing or two about champions, including having a football team with the best quarterback ever. Rollins admires Andrade for what he’s done, but it’s not Monday Night Andrade. It’s Monday Night Rollins, and he’ll prove it one more time when he burns it down.
Bobby Lashley vs. No Way Jose
Lana says today is the best day of her life. Today she filed for divorce. She also got a restraining order that says he can’t be within 90 miles of her. Lashley corrects her: 90 feet. She wants to be with Lashley forever.
A “Rusev Day” chant fires up. Lashley wrenches the arm and applies a side headlock. Jose tries to whip him off, but Lashley holds the hair. Jose fights back and dances. Jose punches him and applies a side headlock. Lashley slams Jose down and hits a running shoulder block. Lashley sends him into the ropes and hits a one-armed slam. Lashley poses and applies a full nelson. The referee calls for the bell.
Winner by Referee’s Decision: Bobby Lashley
Lashley wildly makes out with Lana following the match.
Seth Rollins vs. Andrade
If Seth Rollins loses, Andrade will replace him on Team Raw’s Survivor Series team.
Zelina Vega says it is her pleasure to introduce the man that will lead Team Raw into battle against Team SmackDown and Team NXT at Survivor Series this Sunday. He is the greatest in-ring technician on the face of this planet: Andrade!
They lock up, and Andrade wrenches the arm. Rollins reverses the pressure and applies a hammerlock. Andrade twists out and reverses the pressure. Rollins rolls through and takes Andrade down for a headlock. Andrade gets out and kips up. We’re at a stalemate. They circle the ring again and go for a test of strength, but Andrade kicks him. Andrade hits a headlock takeover, but Rollins quickly grapevines the head. Andrade fights out and applies a side headlock. Rollins quickly gets out, and they stare at each other. Rollins applies a side headlock, but Andrade puts him against the ropes. Rollins avoids a chop and hits a headlock takeover. Andrade fights up and backs him into the ropes. Andrade hooks a side headlock, but Rollins whips him off. Andrade hits a shoulder block, but Rollins stays on his feet and smiles. Andrade shoves him and hits the ropes, but Rollins hits a pair of arm drags before applying an arm bar. Andrade sends him into the ropes, but he lowers his head and eats a kick. Rollins hits the ropes, but Andrade dropkicks him. Andrade kicks him in the head, and Rollins is checking his nose for blood. Rollins slingshots over him and takes him down for a low dropkick to the face for a one count. Rollins chops the chest twice before sending him to the corner for a running forearm. Rollins sends him to the opposite corner and drops him on the apron. Zelina Vega grabs Rollins’ foot, and Andrade knocks him off the apron. Vega goes for a flying hurricanrana off the apron, but Rollins holds her and throws her down. The referee ejects Vega from ringside. Andrade then hits a springboard corkscrew plancha.
We come back from the break to see Rollins hit a Sling Blade followed by a blockbuster. Rollins knocks him out of the ring and hits a wild suicide dive. Rollins gets back in the ring and hits another suicide dive. Rollins gets Andrade in the ring and hits a springboard knee for a near fall. Rollins kicks him in the midsection and goes for a Stomp, but Andrade moves. Andrade soon gets him in the corner and hits running double knees for a near fall. Andrade goes for a Hammerlock DDT, but Rollins fights out before powering him up for a Buckle Bomb! Rollins follows up with a superkick for a near fall when Andrade grabs the bottom rope.
Rollins and Andrade trade forearms before Rollins knees him in the midsection and chops him. Andrade gets out of a falcon arrow and hits a vicious back elbow. Andrade then hits the Three Amigos for a near fall. Andrade goes to the top rope, but Rollins scales the ropes. Andrade knocks him into a tree of woe and goes for a double stomp, but Rollins moves. Andrade avoids a springboard knee, and Rollins avoids a back elbow. Rollins superkicks him and hits a falcon arrow for a near fall. Rollins goes to the top rope, but the Lucha House Party knocks him to the floor.
Winner by Disqualification: Seth Rollins
The Lucha House Party triple-teams Rollins before getting in the ring with Andrade. Andrade attacks them, but they take him out. Rollins and Andrade clear the ring of the Lucha House Party. Rollins says he and Andrade will do this again. Rollins leaves the ring.
The commentators announce that Zack Ryder and Curt Hawkins cannot fight for the Raw Tag Team Championship tonight after they were attacked by AOP earlier.
Backstage: Buddy Murphy, Aleister Black
— WWE Universe (@WWEUniverse) November 19, 2019
Buddy Murphy is shown backstage when he walks by Aleister Black’s dressing room. Murphy knocks on Black’s door and says he’s here to pick a fight with him. Murphy says Black is all talk and walks off. Black pops out of the room.
Backstage: Triple H
— WWE NXT (@WWENXT) November 19, 2019
Three SUVs pull up in the garage, and NXT Founder Triple H steps out.
Akira Tozawa vs. Buddy Murphy
The bell rings, and they circle the ring before locking up. Murphy takes him down with an arm bar. Murphy wrenches the arm, but Tozawa gets out of it. Tozawa avoids a knee and chops the chest. Murphy quickly responds with a big flapjack. Tozawa answers with a hurricanrana and a baseball slide. Murphy somehow catches him doing a suicide dive and hits a suplex on the floor! Murphy gets him in the ring for a two count.
Murphy applies an abdominal stretch, but Tozawa gets out. Tozawa then superkicks him down. Murphy slowly gets up, and Tozawa hits a missile dropkick. Tozawa hits a running boot and a snap German Suplex for a near fall. Tozawa hits a Shining Wizard for another near fall. Tozawa goes to the top rope, but Murphy moves. Murphy boots him back and gets on the second rope, but Tozawa kicks him in the face. Murphy pushes him back and ties him up in the ropes for a kick, but Tozawa kicks him. Tozawa hits a poisonrana that sends him out of the ring and hits a wild suicide dive head-butt. That looked nasty. Tozawa gets him in the ring, but Murphy goes to the apron. Tozawa kicks him and hits a senton splash on him hanging on the ropes for a near fall. Tozawa kicks him, but Murphy hits a running knee out of nowhere. Murphy connects with Murphy’s Law for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Buddy Murphy
After commercials, Aleister Black confronts Buddy Murphy backstage. Black just stares at him.
Erick Rowan vs. Alex Malcom
Erick Rowan makes his way to the ring holding that covered animal cage.
The Bollywood Boys run down to ringside chased by R-Truth. Rowan clotheslines them down, and R-Truth runs away. The bell rings, and Rowan press slams Malcom out of the ring onto the Singh Brothers. Rowan goes outside and hits all three with a running cross-body block. Rowan gets Malcom in the ring and hits an Iron Claw Slam for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Erick Rowan
Rowan grabs the cage and walks off.
Backstage: Randy Orton
Charly Caruso is backstage with Randy Orton. She asks if he’ll be able to put differences aside and work as a team at Survivor Series. Orton says he’ll do it if it benefits him. Being the greatest superstar in Survivor Series history benefits him. Orton heard The Viking Raiders were looking for a fight. He’ll be in the ring with a partner of his choosing that will benefit him.
Kevin Owens vs. Drew McIntyre
The bell rings, and they start brawling. Owens elbows him back and hits a missile dropkick. Owens chops the chest and shoulders him in the corner before backing up. McIntyre viciously reverses a whip to the corner, and Owens collapses in pain. McIntyre punches him before chopping the chest in the corner. McIntyre hits a neckbreaker for a two count. Owens soon fights back and chops the chest before sending him into the ropes. Owens lowers his head and eats a kick. McIntyre whips him to the corner, but misses a shoulder in the corner. McIntyre hits the ring post shoulder-first. Owens connects with a cannonball in the corner. Owens goes for a Stunner, but McIntyre gets out of the ring. Owens goes outside and attacks McIntyre. McIntyre fights back, but Owens stops him. McIntyre avoids a whip into the ring post and elbows Owens. Owens boots him down and gets in the ring to break the count. Owens gets on the apron and tries for a kick, but McIntyre slams him off the apron into the barricade!
We come back from the break to see Owens trapped in a surfboard stretch. Owens gets out, but McIntyre slaps him. McIntyre connects with a belly-to-belly suplex for a near fall. McIntyre applies a chin lock, but Owens fights up. Owens head-butts him and chops the chest. Owens hits the ropes and kicks McIntyre in the face before getting him out of the ring. McIntyre gets on the apron, but Owens punches him to the floor. Owens gets on the apron and hits a summersault senton to the floor!
Owens gets McIntyre in the ring, and the crowd is chanting Owens’ name. Owens goes to the top rope, but McIntyre gets on the apron. Owens goes to get him, but McIntyre connects with a Glasgow Kiss. Owens soon responds with a superkick, but McIntyre comes back with a vicious Death Valley Driver on the LED apron! Yikes! Owens gets in the ring before being counted-out, so McIntyre hits a sit-out powerbomb for a near fall.
McIntyre puts him on the top rope and chops the chest. McIntyre goes for a superplex, but Owens fights him off. Owens hits a big frog splash for a near fall. McIntyre gets out of a Stunner and clotheslines him. Owens catches him with a Pop-up Powerbomb out of nowhere, but McIntyre kicks out! The crowd chants, “This is awesome!” Owens goes to the top rope for a Swanton Bomb, but McIntyre gets the knees up. McIntyre sizes him up, but Owens superkicks him. McIntyre pushes him off attempting a Stunner and connects with a Claymore Kick, but Owens gets a foot on the bottom rope before the count of three! Owens gets up, counters a kick, and hits a Stunner. Owens takes a moment to get to him and covers, but McIntyre gets a foot on the bottom rope.
Owens sizes McIntyre up and goes for a superkick, but McIntyre counters into a Future Shock DDT… but Owens kicks out! McIntyre gets on the apron and pulls himself up. Another “This is awesome” chant picks up.
Owens connects with another Stunner, and Triple H’s music hits. Owens stops what he’s doing and stares at Triple H as he walks out onto the stage.
In-Ring: Kevin Owens, Triple H
Triple H is in the ring with Kevin Owens. Apparently the match is just over. Triple H puts over his history in Boston, including being trained by Killer Kowalski. Magic happens in this building. Tonight they have the opportunity to make magic. Triple H says he’s here for the same reason he was here for Seth Rollins, but different. Triple H has a soft spot for Rollins. Owens is a different breed. Owens is the guy that turned on his own best friend to win the NXT Championship. Owens then had the guts to go down the aisle with the title, walk up to John Cena, and pick a fight. Before the night was over, Cena would be leaving in an ambulance. Owens puts NXT on the map maybe more than anybody. Owens legitimized NXT.
Then he was taken. Owens didn’t ask to leave. Owens probably didn’t want to leave, but he was taken by people that didn’t understand until they had him that they didn’t want him. Owens was too talented, too smart, and didn’t fit the mold. They told Owens they didn’t want him. Kurt Angle and Shane McMahon fired him. They told Owens he doesn’t belong here. Triple H says he knows where Owens belongs because he sees it in him when he looks in his eyes. Triple H sees the guy with the smartest in-ring IQ he’s ever seen. This guy is every bit as good as he says and thinks he is. Triple H loves that Owens doesn’t fit the damn mold.
Triple H points at The Forgotten Sons, Damian Priest, and Dominik Dijakovic at ringside. Triple H says they’re only here to ensure they can have this conversation. Nothing more. They’re not here to attack Owens or give him an ultimatum. Isn’t it ironic that they came all the way here to Owens? Everyone in the back, Owens’ teammates, think these guys are here to attack. Where are they? They don’t give a damn about Owens. That’s only half of it. The other half of why they’re not out here is because they know they’ll get their asses handed to them. They’ll prove that they’re no longer the A-brand.
The Raw locker room empties and attacks the NXT Superstars. The Undisputed ERA then attacks Owens from behind, and Triple H talks with Adam Cole. The O.C. then runs down and chases off the Undisputed ERA.
Backstage: Humberto Carrillo
Charly Caruso has breaking news. AJ Styles will defend the United States Championship against Humberto Carrillo. Carrillo walks up to her. Carrillo says he’s humbled and excited.
Backstage: Paul Heyman
Things just got even more EXTREME!@HeymanHustle has announced that @BrockLesnar's match with @reymysterio for the #WWEChampionship at #SurvivorSeries is now #NOHOLDSBARRED!#RAW pic.twitter.com/5SY5CJy6Ul
— WWE (@WWE) November 19, 2019
Paul Heyman is shown backstage. Heyman says he was asked to sit here and tell the story of the main event of Survivor Series. Heyman walks the audience through the story of Brock Lesnar and Rey Mysterio since September. Heyman says Lesnar will massacre Mysterio at Survivor Series. It will be pulled from all WWE film forever. This Sunday at Survivor Series, will it be a miracle or a massacre? We’ll all find out together.
Backstage: Rey Mysterio
— WWE (@WWE) November 19, 2019
Rey Mysterio puts over Humberto Carrillo. Mysterio says he accepted the No Holds Barred match because he showed Lesnar what he can do with a friend. Mysterio holds up the pipe. Mysterio says Lesnar came after him and attacked his son. What would Lesnar do? Mysterio says he’ll hunt Lesnar down and make him pay. The old him would be out here demanding an apology, but that’s not Lesnar’s style. Lesnar isn’t the one to apologize. That’s ok because this Sunday at Survivor Series, he’s not coming for an apology. He’s coming for the WWE Championship. Mysterio says this is for Dominick.
Asuka vs. Natalya
Asuka wrenches the arm, but Natalya fights up and takes her down. They get up, and Natalya is smiling at her. Natalya kicks her before applying a side headlock. Asuka talks trash, and they hit the ropes for a shoulder block. Neither budges. Natalya catches a running hip attack, but Asuka rolls her up for a two count. Asuka connects with a back fist for a near fall. Asuka applies an arm bar before going to an octopus stretch. Natalya gets out and dropkicks her. Natalya punches away at her and goes to spike her on the tailbone, but Asuka fights it. Natalya hits a German Suplex and follows up with a Discus Clothesline for a near fall. Asuka elbows Natalya off and leaves the ring. Kairi Sane distracts Natalya, and Asuka hits a baseball slide. Natalya throws Asuka into the barricade and puts her in the ring. Asuka kicks her in the face for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Asuka
Raw Tag Team Championship
The Viking Raiders (c) vs. Randy Orton & Ricochet
Erik starts against Ricochet. Ricochet kicks him, but Erik throws him to the corner. Ricochet chops the chest and reverses a whip. Erik slingshots over him and slams him down. Ricochet comes back with a dropkick that knocks Erik out of the ring. Erik catches Ricochet doing a suicide dive. Randy Orton blind tagged in and attacks Erik. Ivar goes for a suicide dive, but Orton forearms him. Ricochet misses a moonsault to the floor, but he lands on his feet. Erik knees Ricochet in the face. Orton then gives Erik a back suplex on the apron.
SmackDown Superstars are shown attacking Raw Superstars backstage.
We come back from the break to see Ricochet and Ivar tag in. Ricochet and Ivar do flips and cartwheels before Ricochet connects with an enzugiri. Ricochet hits the ropes for a handspring, but Ivar moves. Ivar then hits a handspring back elbow! Ivar knocks Orton off the apron and gets Ricochet out of the ring. Ivar hits a suicide dive on Orton and Ricochet. Ricochet is sent into the barricade. Orton catches Ivar coming in the ring with a hanging DDT. Orton gets the crowd going and drops down.
The SmackDown Superstars of Cesaro, Dolph Ziggler, Robert Roode, Heavy Machinery, and The Lucha House Party hit the ring and attack Orton.
Invasion: Raw vs. SmackDown vs. NXT
The Viking Raiders fight back and clear the ring with Ricochet and Orton. NXT, including Matt Riddle, Keith Lee, and Tommaso Ciampa, run down and attack SmackDown. Orton, Ricochet, and The Viking Raiders just watch from the ring. More NXT Superstars come through the crowd. Orton hits one with an RKO. Ricochet hits Dominik Dijakovic with a Recoil and Orton follows up with an RKO.
Seth Rollins, The Street Profits, and The O.C. run out, and a massive brawl breaks out all around ringside. AJ Styles is taken out by The Undisputed ERA.
Triple H is shown backstage. In six days, they’ll show that NXT is the A-brand. Triple H is leaving the doors wide open for anyone from Raw and SmackDown to show up at NXT on Wednesday.