November 4, 2019
Uniondale, New York
Commentary: Vic Joseph, Dio Maddin, and Jerry “The King” Lawler
Results by: Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com
Quick Match Results
- Charlotte Flair & Natalya defeated The Kabuki Warriors via Sharpshooter by Natalya on Asuka
- Buddy Murphy defeated Cedric Alexander via Murphy’s Law
- Andrade & Zelina Vega defeated Sin Cara & Carolina via hurricanrana by Vega on Carolina
- Rusev defeated Drew McIntyre by disqualification when Bobby Lashley attacked Rusev
- The O.C. defeated The Street Profits & Humberto Carrillo via powerbomb (w/ feet on the ropes) by AJ Styles on Carrillo
- The Viking Raiders defeated The East Hampton Polo Boys in a squash via top rope splash by Ivar
- NXT Championship: Seth Rollins defeated Adam Cole (c) by disqualification when Undisputed Era interfered
Backstage: Triple H
and it looks like he's NOT alone. 👀 pic.twitter.com/xI6Ugtf0Cb
— WWE (@WWE) November 5, 2019
We go into the parking garage to see three limousines pull up. Triple H steps out of one of them, looks into another one, and starts walking towards the arena.
The Raw video plays, and we go live into the arena to see a big pyrotechnics display.
In-Ring: Brock Lesnar, Paul Heyman
WWE Champion Brock Lesnar makes his way to the ring alongside his advocate Paul Heyman. They charge down to the ring. Heyman says he is the advocate of the conqueror of Cain Velasquez, Brock Lesnar. Heyman says his client had enough of Friday Night SmackDown on FOX and quit the show. His client has come to Monday Night Raw to hunt down Rey Mysterio.
A few weeks ago after the WWE Draft, Raw traded Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross to SmackDown for two future draft considerations. Lesnar has a no-cut contract because he has a Jew for an advocate. WWE can’t fire Brock Lesnar and has a substantial investment in him. Lesnar has used the benefit of that investment. Lesnar’s contract will be assigned to Raw. That doesn’t mean Roman Reigns can quit SmackDown or Seth Rollins can quit Raw. Lesnar is special and is entitled to do whatever the hell he wants to do. The crowd boos. Does that make Lesnar better than everyone? Yes, it does. Lesnar is better than everyone at home and better than the bitches in the back that think they’re tough guys and can take Lesnar on.
Someone here knows where Rey Mysterio is. So where is Rey Mysterio? Would you like Brock Lesnar to come over that rail and slap every man in this audience? The crowd cheers. What are they gonna do? Heyman imitates people from Long Island. Heyman says there is nobody man enough in this coliseum or in the locker room to slap Lesnar back. That includes Rey Mysterio who wasn’t man enough to defend his punk son Dominick against the onslaught of the beast Brock Lesnar. Someone is going to stooge Mysterio off and Lesnar is going to commit a felony against him… or Lesnar is going to turn the entire Nassau Coliseum inside out and upside down like an F5 has touched down here in New York. Heyman gives the Sign of the Cross in Latin. They leave the ring.
Backstage: Brock Lesnar
Later, we see Brock Lesnar walking backstage. He grabs a stage hand and viciously throws him, asking if he’s seen Rey Mysterio.
After commercials, we find Brock Lesnar backstage again, and he intimidates another stagehand. The stagehand thinks he saw Rey Mysterio get into a car. Lesnar finds the car and pulls someone out, but it’s not Mysterio. Lesnar kicks the door of the car and yells in frustration.
The Kabuki Warriors vs. Charlotte Flair & Natalya
Video Package: Natalya vs. Lacey Evans from WWE Crown Jewel in the first women’s match ever in Saudi Arabia
Natalya starts off against Kairi Sane. Sane pushes Natalya and taunts her. Natalya smirks at her. They circle the ring and lock up. Natalya wrenches the arm, but Sane turns it on her. Natalya kips up, picks her up, spins her around a few times, and hits a scoop slam for a one count. Asuka tags in. They lock up, and Natalya takes down Asuka for a leg lock. Asuka reverses into an ankle lock. Natalya rolls through and gets to her feet. Charlotte Flair tags in, and she whips Asuka down before posing. Flair shoves Asuka and kicks her in the head. Asuka fights out of an exploder. Sane runs in, but Natalya cuts her off. Flair and Natalya hit stereo exploder and regular suplexes.
We come back from the break to see Natalya whip Asuka off. Asuka goes for a shoulder block, but Natalya doesn’t fall. They both hit the ropes for a shoulder block, but they stay standing. Natalya eventually shoulder blocks her down. Natalya kicks her, so Asuka rolls out of the ring. Natalya follows her out, but Asuka superkicks her down. Asuka gets her in the ring for a two count. Asuka applies an arm bar. A replay is shown of Asuka hitting Paige with the Green Mist. Asuka quickly takes Natalya down with a clothesline before tagging Sane back in. Asuka kicks Natalya and puts her in the camel clutch for Sane to hit with a dropkick. Sane kicks her for a one count. Sane then applies a straitjacket submission. Natalya pulls her off, but Sane quickly dropkicks her down for a two count. Natalya quickly rolls her up for a two count.
Flair tags in and hits a pair of clotheslines. Flair then big boots Asuka off the apron. Flair chops Sane’s chest before picking her up for a fallaway slam. Flair kips up and gets the crowd going. Sane avoids a shoulder, but Flair counters back with a backbreaker. Flair connects with Natural Selection, but Asuka pulls Sane out of the ring. Flair goes outside and forearms Asuka down. Flair gets Asuka in the ring and big boots her. Flair sets Asuka and Sane up next to each other before going to the top rope for a moonsault. Flair covers Sane. Asuka is nearly late getting in for the save and stops the referee. The referee is wearing rubber gloves so someone is bleeding. Asuka snaps Flair off the ropes.
We come back from the break to see Asuka tag in Sane. Flair is comically so close to Natalya that it makes no sense the tag couldn’t be made. Sane charges for a sliding forearm, but Flair boots her down.
Asuka and Natalya are tagged in. Natalya hits a Russian Leg Sweep, knocks Sane off the apron, and clotheslines Asuka. Natalya sends Asuks to the corner for a tailbone slam, but Asuka counters. Asuka then lays her out with a German Suplex. Asuka counters a Sharpshooter into an arm bar. Natalya screams in pain, but she rolls through and applies a Sharpshooter. Asuka screams in pain until Sane comes up and hits Natalya with a double knee facebuster. Flair then spears Sane down. Natalya counters the Asuka Lock into another Sharpshooter. Asuka taps out.
Winners by Submission: Charlotte Flair and Natalya
Segment: Brock Lesnar, Dio Maddin, Rey Mysterio
While Charlotte and Natalya are celebrating, WWE Champion Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman march out to the stage. They go up to the commentators and ask where Rey Mysterio. Heyman says The King knows everything. Heyman asks Jerry Lawler where Rey Mysterio is or he’ll unleash The Beast on him. If he unleashes Lesnar on Lawler, no one will resuscitate him when he dies on the air again. Dio Maddin steps up to Lesnar. Lesnar attacks Maddin and flattens him with an F5 through the commentary table.
All of a sudden, Rey Mysterio runs up from behind Lesnar with a metal pipe and cracks him in the back of the knee! Mysterio hits him a few times in the knee with the pipe. Lesnar screams in pain. Mysterio grabs the WWE Championship and cracks Lesnar in the face with it. Referees run down to stop Mysterio. The crowd chants, “619.” Mysterio goes to the back while Paul Heyman checks on Lesnar.
Backstage: Rey Mysterio
After commercials, replays are shown of Rey Mysterio cracking Brock Lesnar in the leg with a metal pipe. During the commercial, Lesnar limped out of the arena.
Rey Mysterio is backstage. He says Brock Lesnar tried to take everything from him. An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth. Fight fire with fire. Lesnar came after what’s most important to him, so he’ll go after what’s most important to Lesnar: the WWE Championship. Will Lesnar be man enough to come after him at Survivor Series like he was tonight?
Cedric Alexander vs. Buddy Murphy
They lock up, and Murphy applies a side headlock. Murphy is whipped off, but he’s shoulder blocked down. Alexander avoids a clothesline and hits a head-scissor takeover before kicking him out of the ring. Murphy pulls Alexander out of the ring and chops the chest. Murphy then sends Alexander into the barricade before chopping the chest. Murphy goes for another chop, but Alexander moves, causing him to hit the ring post. Alexander chases Murphy into the ring, but he holds the apron. Murphy kicks him and sends him shoulder-first into the ring post. Murphy covers, but Alexander kicks out. Murphy then applies an arm bar. Alexander fights up, but Murphy takes him down. Murphy works away at the arm and wrenches on it. Alexander fights up and hits a jawbreaker. Alexander then forearms him down.
Alexander chops the chest a few times, but Murphy reverses a whip. Alexander rocks him with an elbow to the face before hitting the Neuralyzer that knocks Murphy out of the ring. Alexander then hits a suicide dive. Alexander quickly gets back in the ring and hits a somersault plancha. Alexander gets him in the ring and hits a slingshot flatliner for a near fall. Murphy tries to connects with Murphy’s Law, but Alexander counters into a roll-up for a two count. Alexander immediately connects with a Michinoku Driver for a near fall. Alexander punches him and goes for a Neuralyzer, but Murphy hits a knee to the back. Murphy connects with Murphy’s Law for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Buddy Murphy
In-Ring: Seth Rollins, Triple H, Undisputed Era, The OC, Others
Seth Rollins makes his way to the ring, and the former Universal Champion listens to boos from the crowd. This is Rollins’ first appearance since losing the title at WWE Crown Jewel to “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt. Rollins looks conflicted. Rollins asks what’s next for him. It’s been a rough week. To be honest, it’s been a rough couple of months. Rollins says he isn’t stupid. He hears the boos. Rollins knows plenty of people are thrilled he lost the title to The Fiend at Crown Jewel. The crowd lightly cheers. Rollins doesn’t give a damn. What concerns him is The Fiend took the Universal Championship to Friday Night SmackDown. Now Lesnar is back on Raw with the WWE Championship. What concerns him is everything he’s worked for this past year in getting the title off Lesnar and changing the culture to give guys like AJ Styles and Baron Corbin a shot is a wash now. Rollins wanted to redesign, rebuild, and reclaim, but he doesn’t know if he’s got the energy for it this time. What’s next for Seth Rollins? For the first time in a long time he doesn’t know. Rollins looks like he’s going to cry.
Triple H’s music hits, and the COO of WWE and NXT’s Founder makes his way to the ring. A LOUD “NXT” chant picks up. Triple H says it’s funny how history repeats itself. Whenever Rollins doesn’t seem to know what’s next their paths cross. If you want to know what your future is, you have to retrace the steps of his past. Maybe Rollins’ past is his future. One time when Rollins didn’t know what was next he won the NXT Championship. Rollins put the brand on the map. Next time he was lost, The Shield was born. When that ran its course, he came to Triple H and became the WWE Champion. It’s that way over and over again. Rollins asks if those things were for his benefit or Triple H’s. Triple H asks if it really matters because every time it ended with Rollins as a champion. This is an interesting moment of time. Triple H knows what’s next. He’s sure Rollins saw what happened on SmackDown. Rollins says Triple H fired the first shot when the roster was stuck in Saudi Arabia. Triple H says NXT Champion Adam Cole beat Daniel Bryan in the middle of the ring. They made a statement that NXT is here and it’s real. NXT at this moment is on fire. The whole world wants to know what NXT will do next. Clearly he didn’t come alone. What will NXT do next? Triple H is here for a different reason. He wants to know what Seth Rollins will do next. What Seth Rollins does next will affect what he does next.
At Survivor Series, it’s Raw vs. SmackDown vs. NXT for the first-time ever. They’ve got something to prove. Maybe Rollins doesn’t know what’s next and if he has the energy and drive anymore, but Triple H does. Triple H knows how to get Rollins there and make him great. Rollins knows how this works better than anybody because Rollins is either with him in this moment… The Undisputed ERA makes their way to the ring through the crowd and gets on the apron. An “NXT” chant picks up. Triple H says Rollins is either with him or against him.
The O.C. makes their way to the stage and pose. They then come down to the ring. The Undisputed ERA get off the apron and et into the crowd before The O.C. attacks. Dominik Dijakovic and Damian Priest attacks The O.C. from behind, and The Undisputed ERA joins in. The rest of the Raw roster runs them off. Rollins is still in the ring watching what’s going on. Rollins looks conflicted and leaves the ring.
Backstage: Triple H, Seth Rollins
After commercials, Triple H is walking backstage when Seth Rollins stops him. Rollins says if he’s coming to NXT, he’s coming in as a top guy. This isn’t Friday Night SmackDown. Daniel Bryan couldn’t get the job done. Rollins wants Adam Cole for the NXT Championship tonight! Triple H accepts the challenge!
Andrade & Zelina Vega vs. Sin Cara & Carolina
Andrade and Zelina Vega make their way to the ring. Vega says she will embarrass and humiliate that butt ugly woman who hides her face. We’ll also watch Sin Cara be exposed as not only a man without a face, but a man without a prayer of ever defeating the most talented superstar in the world, Andrade.
Andrade attacks Sin Cara at the sound of the bell and charges for a monkey flip, but Cara flips him out of the ring. Cara hits the ropes, but Vega grabs the ankle. Carolina then catches Andrade with a summersault senton off the apron.
We come back from the break to see both men down. During the commercial, Sin Cara caught Vega trying a moonsault to the floor, but she countered into a tornado DDT. Back to live action, Andrade chops Cara down. Andrade puts Cara on the top rope for a superplex, but Cara fights him. Andrade rips at the mask, but Cara gets away. Cara gets on the top rope and hits a sunset flip powerbomb.
Carolina and Vega are tagged in. Carolina hits a pair of dropkicks and goes to the ropes for an odd looking cross-body block. Vega rips at the mask before kicking her. Vega goes for a wheelbarrow, but Carolina counters into a facebuster. Andrade pulls Carolina off. Cara runs in and throws him out of the ring. Vega stands in front of Cara trying a plancha. Carolina hits a Gori Special Bomb before Cara hits Andrade with a summersault senton. Vega tries to comeback with a flying hurricanrana, but Carolina catches her. Vega still manages to send her head-first into the turnbuckles with a hurricanrana. Vega then hits a hurricanrana DDT for the win.
Winners by Pinfall: Andrade and Zelina Vega
In-Ring: Rusev, Lana, Bobby Lashley
Rusev is standing in the ring. The crowd is chanting, “Rusev Day.” Rusev says tonight is the night to end all this stupid drama. Rusev isn’t here to bicker with his soon to be ex-wife Lana. He’s not here to call her names, but he is here for Bob Lashley. Rusev wants to tell him man-to-man if he wants Lana, she’s all his… but his ass belongs to him!
Bobby Lashley makes his way to the stage on crutches along with Lana. Lashley says as much as he would love to beat Rusev all over the arena, but he’s not medically cleared to compete. Lashley has suffered a debilitating injury. He has a torn groin. He didn’t tear his groin at Crown Jewel or training. He tore his groin doing things Rusev could only fantasize about with Lana. They kiss. Lana says Rusev isn’t interested in hearing about their lives filled with love and sex, but he is interested in a different type of fight. Today is Rusev’s lucky day because someone else has volunteered to fight Rusev. This guy will kick Rusev’s ass. Drew McIntyre makes his way to the ring.
Rusev vs. Drew McIntyre
The bell rings, and McIntyre quickly hits a Glasgow Kiss. McIntyre puts Rusev in the corner and beats him down. McIntyre whips him to the opposite corner, but Rusev explodes out with a clothesline. Rusev punches and shoulders McIntyre. Rusev stomps him down in the corner before sending him into the ropes. Rusev lowers his head and eats a kick. McIntyre viciously punches him down in the corner. Bobby Lashley and Lana are watching from the stage. McIntyre digs his boot into the neck of Rusev. Rusev fights back and kicks him in the midsection. Rusev hits the ropes, but McIntyre wipes him out with a back elbow. McIntyre punches away at Rusev and stomps the chest. Rusev fights back and hits a fallaway slam. McIntyre rolls out of the ring to recover.
We come back from the break to see Rusev fight up from a chin lock. Rusev hits the ropes, but McIntyre hits a spinebuster for a two count. McIntyre screams that Rusev is nothing but a bitch. Rusev angrily clotheslines him down before hitting a back elbow. Rusev clotheslines him down a few times before hitting a spinning heel kick. Rusev sizes McIntyre up for a Machka Kick, but McIntyre avoids it. McIntyre puts him on the top rope, but Rusev fights him off. They hit the ropes and wipe each other out with cross-body blocks.
They get to their feet and trade punches and chops. Rusev hits McIntyre in the face with a kick that sends him out of the ring. Rusev goes outside and bounces McIntyre off the steps. All of a sudden Bobby Lashley attacks him from behind with the crutch.
Winner by Disqualification: Rusev
Lashley was faking the injury. Rusev soon fights him off and sends him into the ring post shoulder-first. Rusev grabs the crutch, but Randy Orton hits an RKO from out of nowhere! Lana is pleased with what she’s seeing at ringside. Lashley stomps Rusev and chokes him. Orton then stomps away at Rusev.
Ricochet runs down for the save. Ricochet shoulders Orton and pulls the top rope down to get Lashley out of the ring. Ricochet then hits Orton with a kick to the skull. Ricochet then takes Lashley out with a baseball slide that send him into Lana, knocking her over.
Interview: Becky Lynch, Shayna Baszler
Charly Caruso is backstage with Becky Lynch. Charly says Lynch has had a great 2019. Now she has a tough task facing SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley and NXT Women’s Champion Shayna Baszler at Survivor Series. Lynch says it’s a dangerous triple threat and she is the target. Lynch beat Bayley’s buddy Sasha Banks and sent Baszler’s friend Ronnie (Ronda Rousey) running.
NXT Women’s Champion Shayna Baszler takes Charly Caruso’s chair. Baszler says she’s been waiting a long time to meet Lynch. Baszler says Lynch is always thought of as a shining example of the greatness that comes from NXT. Baszler says she trained with Ronda Rousey and Lynch beat her at WrestleMania. Baszler wants to make something clear: she’s not Ronda Rousey. At Survivor Series, she’s not going to take her eyes off Bayley, but she wants to come here eye-to-eye, champion-to-champion that she’s going to pin Lynch or tap her out. The only thing Lynch will have to think about at Survivor Series is which of her limbs will belong to her.
Lynch says she doesn’t know Baszler so she doesn’t know if she respects her or should slap her head off. She’s glad Baszler got a chance to talk so she can feel how Ronda felt. Warring with her will change Baszler like it did the rest of them. She won’t take her eyes off Bayley, but she is coming directly for her. Baszler sarcastically says she’s really glad to have met Lynch. Lynch says Baszler better bring her best because she’ll show her why she’s The Man.
Becky Lynch will take on Bayley and Shayna Baszler at Survivor Series on November 24.
The O.C. vs. The Street Profits & Humberto Carrillo
The O.C. makes their way to the ring. AJ Styles says he is not in the mood so Long Island better sit down and shut up. Here are the facts. Gallows and Anderson are the best tag team in the world, and they have the trophy to prove it. Here’s another fact. He’s the Phenomenal AJ Styles, the United States Champion. They don’t give a damn about NXT. Next time they see one of those punks, they’ll make sure they never step foot out of Orlando, Florida.
The Street Profits come out with Humberto Carrillo. Montez Ford says The O.C. has their little trophy and are officially the best tag team in the world. Angelo Dawkins says even though they weren’t in the match, Gallows and Anderson were beaten by them two weeks ago. Ford says they can’t say they beat The O.C. Dawkins asks if they can’t say they beat The O.C. in their first match two weeks ago. Ford says Humberto Carrillo can say it. Carrillo says the Street Profits beat The O.C. two weeks ago. Carrillo says it again, but it doesn’t get much of a reaction. Styles tells Carrillo to shut his mouth or he’ll do it for him. Ford asks Carrillo to say it in Spanish, so he does. Dawkins says Styles hates Carrillo because mothers like to swipe right on the dimples. Ford says they will swipe left on The O.C. and they want the smoke.
We join this match in progress. Angelo Dawkins scoop slams Karl Anderson. Ford tags in and dropkicks Anderson before Dawkins hits a big splash. Ford picks up a two count. Ford applies an arm bar, but Anderson fights up. Ford is knocked out of the ring, and AJ Styles gets a shot in before Luke Gallows clotheslines him on the floor. Anderson rips at the face and tags Styles in. The O.C. makes frequent tags and wipe out Ford.
We come back from the break to see Ford fight Gallows off and hits a blockbuster. Carrillo and Styles are tagged in. Carrillo hits a clothesline and a dropkick. Carrillo takes him down and hits a low dropkick followed by a standing moonsault for a two count. Carrillo lifts him up, but Styles pushes him off. Carrillo comes back with a springboard kick to the face. Carrillo goes to the top rope for a big moonsault, but Anderson breaks up the pin. Dawkins runs in and shoulder blocks Anderson out of the ring. Gallows superkicks Dawkins. Ford then dropkicks Gallows before hitting a summersault senton on Gallows and Anderson. Styles knocks Carrillo back and goes for a Phenomenal Forearm, but Carrillo avoids it. Styles counters a hurricanrana into a powerbomb and pins him with his feet on the ropes.
Winners by Pinfall: The O.C.
Survivor Series Matches
Brock Lesnar defending the WWE Championship against Rey Mysterio at Survivor Series is confirmed.
The Viking Raiders vs. The Revival vs. Undisputed Era is also announced for Survivor Series.
Becky Lynch vs. Bayley vs. Shayna Baszler was announced earlier tonight.
The Viking Raiders vs. The East Hampton Polo Boys
Raw Tag Team Champions The Viking Raiders will take on NXT Tag Team Champions The Undisputed ERA and SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Revival at Survivor Series.
Erik viciously takes both polo boys out before hitting double knees to the face. Ivar then slams one of them into the barricade before hitting a cross-body block on the floor. Ivar tags in. Erik powerbombs the one guy, and Ivar follows up with a splash off the top rope for the win.
Winners by Pinfall: The Viking Raiders
Erik says they stand here tonight as men bold enough to admit that at Crown Jewel they suffered defeat. Erik congratulates The O.C. on being crowned the best tag team in the world. Enjoy the trophy. Ivar says victory oftentimes is nothing more than survival. Gallows and Anderson, thank the gods because they may have won one battle. Nothing can stop the raid.
Adam Cole (c) vs. Seth Rollins
Triple H is seated at ringside for this match.
The bell rings, and Rollins wrenches the arm. Cole twists out and kips up. Rollins reverses by twisting out and kipping up. Cole backs Rollins to the corner and shoves him. An “Undisputed” chant picks up. Rollins hits a clothesline and punches away at him before clotheslining him out of the ring. Rollins connects with a plancha before bouncing him off the apron. Rollins gets Cole in the ring and kicks him. Cole avoids a Stomp and gets out of the ring. Rollins follows him out and sends him head-first into the barricade twice.
We come back from the break to see Cole big boot Rollins down for a two count. Cole talks trash and pushes Rollins’ head. Rollins responds with a forearm and chops the chest. Rollins hits an enzuigiri, but Cole responds with a kick. Rollins blocks a superkick and kicks him in the face for a two count. Triple H is rocking at ringside. Cole puts Rollins on the apron, but Rollins knocks him back. Rollins goes for a springboard, but Cole hits a superkick out of mid-air for a near fall. Cole goes to the second rope for his Panama Sunrise, but Rollins counters and connects with a Buckle Bomb. Rollins picks up a near fall. Rollins catches Cole with a suicide dive. Rollins gets back in the ring and hits a second suicide dive. Rollins gets him in the ring and hits a springboard knee to the face. Cole quickly comes back with an ushigoroshi for a near fall.
Cole gets to his feet and connects with a running knee to Rollins’ face for a near fall. Rollins ducks a Last Shot and rolls him up for a two count. They then take each other out with a double clothesline. Cole gets to his feet and pulls himself to the top rope. Rollins scales the ropes and hits a superplex before immediately following up with a falcon arrow for a near fall. Rollins gets to his feet, and the crowd is starting to cheer him. Rollins sets up for a Stomp, but The Undisputed ERA attacks Rollins!
Winner by Disqualification: Seth Rollins
Adam Cole remains the NXT Champion
It’s a 4-on-1 attack on Seth Rollins. The Raw roster runs down, but more NXT reinforcements come in. Keith Lee and Dominik Dijakovic join the fray, as does Damian Priest, Matt Riddle, and Tommaso Ciampa. Ricochet helps out by taking out the NXT guys with a shooting star press to the floor. Lee hits a summersault plancha as Raw comes to an end.