December 2, 2019
Commentary: Vic Joseph, Jerry “The King” Lawler, and Samoa Joe
Results by: Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com
Quick Match Results
- Kevin Owens defeated Bobby Lashley by DQ when AOP attacked Owens
- Drew McIntyre defeated Akira Tozawa via Claymore Kick
- Aleister Black defeated Tony Nese via Black Mass
- Andrade defeated Eric Young via Hammerlock DDT
- 24/7 Championship: NASCAR driver Kyle Busch defeated R-Truth (c) via roll up to win the title
- Erick Rowan defeated No Way Jose via Iron Claw Slam
- 2-on-1 Handicap Match: The Kabuki Warriors defeated Charlotte Flair via InSane Elbow by Sane
- The Viking Raiders defeated Mark Sterling & Mitchell Lyons via The Viking Experience
- The O.C. defeated Rey Mysterio, Humberto Carrillo, & Ricochet via middle rope Styles Clash by Styles on Ricochet
— WWE (@WWE) December 3, 2019
An SUV limousine pulls up in the garage and AOP steps out. Charly Caruso asks them why they attacked Kevin Owens last week on Raw. They speak in their native tongues, and Charly says she doesn’t understand. Akam says Charly looks lovely tonight, and AOP walk off. Charly is confused.
In-Ring: Seth Rollins, Kevin Owens, AOP
The Raw video plays, and we go into the arena to see a big pyrotechnics display. Samoa Joe is back on commentary.
Seth Rollins makes his way to the ring to boos from the crowd. Rollins says at this time last week, he brought the entire Raw roster to ringside to discuss the performance at Survivor Series. Rollins will say it as plainly and frankly as he did last week: they all sucked. It was too harsh, but it was coming from a really good place. It was coming from his heart. This is not just his job. It is his life. The guys and girls in the locker room aren’t just colleagues. They are his family. Families aren’t just about blood. It’s about fighting and struggling together. Rollins took it on himself to motivate everyone to get the absolute best on Raw. Rollins says he may have gone overboard. He thought about it all week and wants to apologize. The crowd lightly boos. Rollins apologizes to the fans, and Jerry Lawler is disgusted. Rollins apologizes to the Raw locker room, specifically Kevin Owens. Rollins asks Owens to come to the ring so he can apologize face-to-face.
Kevin Owens’ music hits, and he makes his way to the ring. Owens says it smells like something that he can’t quite put his finger on. It smells like when the rodeo comes to town, but it’s hitting him hard based on what Rollins said. Rollins mentioned they’re all family… are AOP the closest members of Rollins’ family? Rollins says he had nothing to do with AOP. Owens cuts him off and says he knows Rollins is lying because his lips are moving. That smell he was referring to is “bullshit.” That went out uncensored.
AOP’s music hits, and Akam and Rezar make their way to the stage. Akam speaks in his native tongue, as does Rezar. Rezar then speaks English and challenges Rollins and Owens to a tag team match tonight. Rollins says if Owens is in, he’s in. Owens says the way he sees it, one of three things can happen and all of the scenarios end with the three of them beating the crap out of him. Owens says if they’re going to beat him up, they can just do it now. Owens challenges Rollins and AOP to a fight. Rollins says he tried, so he’s leaving Owens on his own. Rollins walks off and goes up the ramp. AOP is standing in his way. They look at Rollins and step aside to let him pass.
Owens challenges AOP to fight him, but they walk off. Owens says he’s all taped up and is ready to fight. Owens issues an open challenge.
Bobby Lashley is shown walking backstage with Lana. The commentators wonder if he’s accepting the open challenge.
Kevin Owens vs. Bobby Lashley
Kevin Owens is standing in the ring and is disgusted when Lana comes out. Owens says no one cares what she has to say. Owens says he’s throwing up in his mouth. Lana says Rusev will not be here tonight because she had to file a restraining order again in the state of Tennessee. Rusev is a danger to them all and society. If he shows up, Rusev will go to jail for a very long time. Owens says he’s never met someone that talks so much and says absolutely nothing. Owens says she’s beautiful on the outside, but inside she’s absolutely repulsive. Lana calls Owens “basic” and says her hot boyfriend, which is the only man she’s been with in her life, is going to come out here and finish him. Owens welcomes the opportunity.
Lashley quickly puts Owens in the corner, but he fights out. Lashley takes Owens down, but he soon runs into a boot. Owens hits the ropes, but Lashley leapfrogs him and hits a spinebuster. Security is standing around Lana at ringside. Owens rolls out of the ring to recover. Lashley goes to grab him, but Owens sweeps the feet. Owens then hits a frog splash off the apron to the floor!
We come back from the break to see Owens give Lashley a DX crotch chop before hitting a cannonball in the corner. Owens comes off the ropes with a moonsault, but Lashley rolls out of the way. Lashley then clotheslines Owens down. Lashley stomps Owens and hits some crossfaces. Lashley lets go and poses for the crowd, much to their displeasure. Lashley puts Owens in the corner and hits a running shoulder block. Lashley punches away at Owens in the corner and hits the ropes, but Owens connects with a superkick. Owens tries for a Stunner, but Lashley fights him off and hits a neckbreaker for a near fall. Lashley attacks Owens again for another two count.
Owens elbows out of a full nelson and hits a Pop-up Powerbomb. AOP makes their way to the ring and attacks Owens.
Winner by Disqualification: Kevin Owens
AOP double-teams Owens and stomps away at him. Rezar holds Owens up, and Akam punches away at him. Owens is pulled out of the ring and is thrown into the barricade by AOP. Lashley grabs Lana and pulls her away from them. AOP drags Owens up the ramp and to the back.
In-Ring: Bobby Lashley, Lana, Rusev
Charly Caruso is in the ring with Bobby Lashley and Lana. Charly asks about AOP’s attack on Kevin Owens. Lashley says he was about to beat Owens again. Lana says she’s tired of the crowd booing them. Rusev runs in the ring from the crowd and beats down Lashley. The security gets in the ring, but Rusev runs off. A “Rusev Day” chant fires up.
Lashley goes outside and gets in the face of the security guards. The one guard says he’s a WWE fan and he knows Lashley has a restraining order, but this is Tennessee and they do things differently. They then arrest Lashley. Lashley is handcuffed. Lana yells at them and slaps the one officer, so she’s handcuffed and arrested as well.
During the commercial, Lashley and Lana were loaded into a police car and driven off. The Street Profits and R-Truth were watching in the background.
Drew McIntyre vs. Akira Tozawa
McIntyre shoves Tozawa. Tozawa applies a waistlock, but McIntyre slams him down. McIntyre then gets on his knees and pretends he wants to give Tozawa an advantage. McIntyre then gives him the opportunity to leave or he’ll beat his ass. Tozawa pretends to leave, but he instead dropkicks McIntyre. Tozawa knocks him out of the ring and hits a suicide dive head-butt before faceplanting on the floor! McIntyre quickly attacks him and hits an inverted Alabama Slam on the floor.
McIntyre throws the lifeless Tozawa in the ring and stands over him. McIntyre then applies a chin lock before chopping him in the corner. McIntyre then sends him across the ring with a belly-to-belly overhead suplex. McIntyre then applies an arm bar. Tozawa fights up and dropkicks him into the corner. Tozawa gets dropped on the apron, but he quickly kicks him in the head. Tozawa then connects with a missile dropkick. McIntyre angrily gets to his feet. Tozawa goes for a poisonrana, but McIntyre stops it. McIntyre goes for an inverted Alabama Slam, but Tozawa counters into a victory roll for a near fall. They hit the ropes, and McIntyre turns him inside out with a Claymore Kick for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Drew McIntyre
In-Ring: Drew McIntyre, Randy Orton, The OC
Drew McIntyre says a lot of people go to social media to complain. The locker room is full of cowards like that. He’s direct and to the point. McIntyre calls out Randy Orton. McIntyre says he has a problem with Orton, so he can come to the ring to talk about it.
Drew McIntyre is still in the ring and he calls Orton out again. Replays are shown of Orton and McIntyre arguing during the Fatal 4-Way last week. They traded brutal chops in the ring before Orton poked him in the eyes. McIntyre describes what he just saw in three words: stupid, stupid, stupid. McIntyre calls him out again.
Randy Orton makes his way to the ring. McIntyre asks if the second chop was loud enough to silence the voices in his head. Orton asks if what happened last week is seriously why he’s calling him out. Orton goes to walk off, but McIntyre demands he come back. An “RKO” chant fires up. McIntyre says Orton walks around like he owns the place with no respect for the rules. He’s Randy Orton, the 13-time World Champion and a future Hall of Famer. Orton has no right to speak to him like a child. Orton was the most ferocious man in the past, but in 2019 his most ferocious is posting on social media. McIntyre says he’s bigger and stronger than Orton. McIntyre is the most ferocious man in WWE today. McIntyre will make this simple so Orton and Nashville can understand. McIntyre says he’s the future while Orton is the past. RKO out of nowhere is over while Claymore Kick out of nowhere is in.
Orton says there isn’t a “Drew McIntyre/Randy Orton” problem. There’s a “Drew McIntyre/reality” problem. Orton does what he wants because he’s earned it. McIntyre hasn’t earned anything. Orton says they’re good, but if McIntyre still has a problem they can solve it right now.
The O.C. comes out to the stage. AJ Styles looks furious. Styles can only say, “Randy Orton.” Luke Gallows says McIntyre is spinning his tires. Gallows says Orton ruins lives. Karl Anderson says Orton ruined “Uncle Allan’s” life. Orton is the reason Styles lost the United States Title. Styles says he isn’t ok. It’s Orton’s fault. What would make it all better is if he got his hands on Orton. Styles doesn’t care what kind of match it is, he wants Randy Orton tonight.
McIntyre says this isn’t a “Drew McIntyre problem.” It’s a “Randy Orton/O.C.” problem, so he leaves the ring. Orton stands tall in the ring while The O.C. starts to circle the ring. They get on the apron, so Orton attacks. The O.C. quickly triple-teams Orton until Ricochet runs down for the save. The O.C. quickly triple-teams Ricochet, so Humberto Carrillo runs down. They take Carrillo down as well, so the United States Champion Rey Mysterio makes his way to the ring. Mysterio hits Styles with a head-scissor that sends him to the floor. Gallows and Anderson are sent out of the ring as well.
After commercials, Randy Orton is standing backstage with Rey Mysterio, Humberto Carrillo, and Ricochet. Orton appreciates the assistance, but he didn’t need it. Orton walks off.
Kyle Busch and Michael Waltrip are shown at ringside.
— WWE (@WWE) December 3, 2019
Tony Nese vs. Aleister Black
Tony Nese is already in the ring without an entrance. The bell rings, and they exchange some wrestling holds before winding up in a stalemate. Black quickly sweeps the feet and knocks him out of the ring before faking a plancha. Black calmly sits in the ring. Nese gets in the ring, but Black ducks a kick. Black kips up and kicks the knee. Nese punches Black and rips at the face. Nese attacks the midsection and goes for a slam, but Black slides off. Nese then snaps him off the top rope. Nese goes for a springboard moonsault, but Black gets the knees up. Black knees away at the ribs before booting him in the face and hitting a knee to the face. Black then picks him up with his foot and drops him with the Black Mass for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Aleister Black
Backstage: Buddy Murphy
Buddy Murphy is shown watching backstage. Charly Caruso asks Murphy if he regrets knocking on Black’s doors. Murphy says he’s still feeling the effects of last week, but he knocked on the door to expose Black as someone who takes himself too seriously. Black needs to calm down. If Black doesn’t want to calm down, he’ll do it for him.
Andrade vs. Eric Young
The bell rings, and Young quickly gets the advantage over Andrade. Andrade soon knees him and sends him to the corner. Andrade turns him inside out with a whip to the corner, but Young lands on the apron. Young goes to the top rope, but Andrade cuts him off. Young punches Andrade down to the mat and hits a flying elbow drop for a near fall. Young goes for a back suplex, but Andrade flips through. Young clotheslines him in the corner and goes to the second rope, but Andrade rips him off. Andrade hits a running knee to the face for a near fall. Young fights him off and hits a trio of clotheslines. Young slingshots over him before eating a boot. Young counters a wheelbarrow into a neckbreaker for a near fall. Young goes back to the top rope for a flying elbow, but Andrade sweeps the feet. Andrade hits running double knees in the corner before hitting a hammerlock DDT for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Andrade
Ringside: R-Truth, 24/7 Championship
WWE 24/7 Champion R-Truth runs down to ringside and hides near Kyle Busch and Michael Waltrip. They direct the chasing wrestlers to another direction. Waltrip then takes off his jacket to reveal a referee’s shirt. Busch rolls R-Truth up to win the WWE 24/7 Championship! They run off. R-Truth cannot believe it.
New 24/7 Champion: Kyle Busch
Backstage: Seth Rollins
Charly Caruso catches Seth Rollins while he’s leaving the arena. She asks why he stood by while AOP attacked Kevin Owens. Rollins angrily said Owens insisted he didn’t want help. She says people didn’t think his apology was sincere. Rollins says he can’t win with whatever he does. Everyone is a critic, but not everyone has the guts to be a leader.
No Way Jose vs. Erick Rowan
Backstage, Erick Rowan is shown talking into a cage. Rowan says he’ll never let anything happen to whatever is in the cage as we go to commercials.
The bell rings, and the conga line immediately goes by Rowan’s cage. Rowan viciously attacks them. Jose attacks Rowan, but he’s sent into the ring steps. Rowan chases the rest of the conga line off. Rowan then flattens Jose on the floor with a running cross-body block. Rowan gets him in the ring and connects with a clothesline. Rowan hits an Iron Claw Slam, but lifts the shoulders before the count of three. Rowan hits another Iron Claw Slam for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Erick Rowan
After commercials, Erick Rowan is shown backstage in the Gorilla Position. Footage is shown of the conga line going near the cage leading to Rowan annihilating them. Sarah Schreiber asks Rowan what’s under the cage, but he doesn’t answer. Rowan just walks off.
2-on-1 Handicap Match
The Kabuki Warriors vs. Charlotte Flair
Charly Caruso is backstage with The Kabuki Warriors before they make their entrance. Caruso asks about Charlotte Flair breaking her streak at WrestleMania. Asuka yells in Japanese. They come out to new music.
Before the match begins, The Kabuki Warriors double-team Flair. The referee gets control of the situation and starts the match. It’s Flair and Asuka officially starting out. They brawl before Asuka applies a side headlock and tags Kairi Sane in. Sane chokes Flair in the corner before tagging Asuka back in. Asuka stomps away at Flair before tagging Sane back in. Sane chokes Flair in the corner before once again tagging Asuka in. They whip Flair into the ropes, but Flair fights them off. Flair knocks Sane out of the ring, but Asuka hits a running hip attack. Asuka kicks away at Flair in the corner, but Flair takes her down. Flair clotheslines Sane on the apron and knocks Asuka out of the ring. Flair then hits a double baseball slide on The Kabuki Warriors. Flair fights them off before Asuka hits a sliding kick to the face. Asuka playfully kicks her at ringside before putting her in the ring. Asuka kicks her in the back a few times before Sane grabs Flair. Asuka accidentally knocks Sane off the apron when Flair moves. Flair hits a plancha on The Kabuki Warriors before putting Asuka in the ring. Flair gets on the apron, but Sane knocks her back. Flair fights Sane off and catches Asuka approaching her.
We come back from the break to see The Kabuki Warriors dominating Flair. Flair fights back and goes for a moonsault on Asuka and Sane, but they get the knees up. Sane goes for a running dropkick, but Flair counters into a modified Boston Crab. Asuka superkicks Flair. Flair soon fights back and trade forearms with Asuka. Flair hits the ropes, counters a dropkick, and goes for a Boston Crab on Asuka. Asuka fights it, but Flair stomps the face. Flair goes for a Figure Four, but Asuka counters into an arm bar. Flair powers her up and slams her. Sane goes to the top rope, but Flair cuts her off. Flair goes for a superplex, but Asuka tags in. Flair goes for a double superplex, but they shove her down to the mat. Sane goes to the top rope for a double stomp. Asuka covers for a near fall.
Flair avoids a double sliding knee and hits a spear on both women. Flair covers Asuka, but she kicks out. Flair spears Asuka after Sane hit a blind tag. Flair applies the Figure Eight to Asuka, but Sane takes her out with an InSane Elbow for the win.
Winners by Pinfall: The Kabuki Warriors
Backstage after commercials, Charlotte Flair is asked if she regretted challenging The Kabuki Warriors in a Handicap Match. She simply says, “No,” and walks off.
The Viking Raiders vs. Mark Sterling & Mitchell Lyons
The Viking Raiders made quick work of these two, annihilating them before hitting a Viking Experience for the win.
Winners by Pinfall: The Viking Raiders
Backstage: Rey Mysterio, Ricochet, Humberto Carrillo
Rey Mysterio, Ricochet, and Humberto Carrillo are backstage. Ricochet says he’s trying to prove superheroes are real. Mysterio says he’s teaming with the future of the business and will take The O.C. down.
Backstage: The O.C.
The O.C. are shown backstage. Karl Anderson says Randy Orton helped Rey Mysterio steal the United States Title from AJ Styles. That was the crime of the century. They’re going to enjoy hurting people tonight.
Rey Mysterio, Humberto Carrillo, & Ricochet vs. The O.C.
Karl Anderson will start against Humberto Carrillo. Carrillo ducks a kick and kicks Anderson down for a one count. Carrillo wrenches the arm and tags in Ricochet. Ricochet comes off the top rope with an elbow to the arm. They hit a double-team back elbow followed by a double-team handspring hip toss for a near fall. Carrillo tags back in and stomps Anderson. Anderson powers him to his corner and tags AJ Styles in. Styles stomps Carrillo before chopping the chest. Carrillo strikes back and hits a twisting flying head-butt for a near fall. Styles kicks Carrillo into the ropes and whips him, but Carrillo holds on. Anderson gets a cheap shot in before Styles kicks him. Carrillo rolls out of the ring, and Luke Gallows clotheslines him on the floor. Styles gets Carrillo in the ring and tags Gallows in. Gallows drops an elbow and kicks him in the face for a near fall. Gallows elbows away at him before applying a chin lock. Carrillo kicks Gallows in the head.
Anderson quickly tags in, as does Rey Mysterio. Mysterio hits a springboard seated senton on Anderson before knocking Styles off the apron. Gallows attacks Mysterio, but Mysterio sends him into the ring post. Styles puts Mysterio on the apron, but he’s punched back. Mysterio then hits a 619 around the ring post on Gallows. Styles gets Mysterio in the electric chair, but Mysterio counters into a hurricanrana into the ropes. Anderson cuts off a 619 attempt, and Mysterio is taken out.
We come back from the break to see Gallows drop Mysterio with a delayed vertical suplex for a two count. Gallows then applies a chin lock. Mysterio fights up and hits the ropes, but Gallows big boots him down for a two count. Anderson tags in and digs his elbow into Mysterio’s face. Anderson then applies a chin lock. Mysterio fights up, elbows him back, and hits a head-scissor into the corner.
Ricochet and Styles tag in. Ricochet hits a running forearm before hitting a head-scissor takeover. Ricochet dropkicks Gallows off the apron before kicking Styles in the face. Ricochet hits a springboard clothesline followed by a standing shooting star, but Styles kicks out. Ricochet sets him up in the corner, but stops to attack Anderson. Styles grabs Ricochet, but Ricochet reverses into a roll-up for a two count. Anderson quickly uppercuts Ricochet. Styles follows up with a sit-out facebuster for a near fall. Ricochet comes back with the Recoil, but Anderson breaks up the pin. Mysterio sends Anderson into the ropes for a 619. Carrillo then dropkicks Gallows off the apron before hitting a twisting moonsault plancha.
Styles grabs Ricochet for a Styles Clash, but Ricochet counters into a hurricanrana for a near fall. Styles connects with an overhead kick before putting him on the top rope. Styles climbs the ropes, but Ricochet fights out. Ricochet knocks Anderson off the apron before hitting a moonsault block to the floor. Ricochet then goes for a super hurricanrana on Styles, but Styles counters into a super Styles Clash for the win!
Winners by Pinfall: The O.C.
AJ Styles celebrates in the ring before being dropped by an RKO out of nowhere from Randy Orton. Orton stands over Styles as the show comes to an end.