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WWE RAW RESULTS
DECEMBER 2, 2019
Before the show officially begins, Charly Caruso is backstage as AOP arrive in the arena. She asks them why they attacked Kevin Owens last week but they speak in Albanian and Punjabi so we are unsure what they said. She asks for a translated answer, and they simply say that she looks lovely tonight.
WILL SETH ROLLINS APOLOGIZE?
We kickstart the show in the ring with Seth Rollins recapping what he did last week on WWE Raw. Rollins says once again, that at Survivor Series they all sucked. He admits it was harsh, but claims it was coming from his heart as it wasn’t his job, it was his life and the people in the locker room are his family.
Seth says as the head of the family it is his responsibility to get the absolute best out of everyone on Raw. Seth says he thought about what he said all week, and he would like to apologize. He says sorry to the fans and the entire locker room, specifically to Kevin Owens.
KO then makes his way out to the ring and questions if his ‘family’ is AOP, but Rollins claims he had nothing to do with that. Owens says he knows Seth is lying, and he is talking bullshit. AOP then make their way out, so perhaps we will get an answer on this situation.
They arrive and once again talk in Albanian and Punjabi and at the end, they challenge them to a tag team match later tonight. Rollins quickly accepts, but KO is a little more hesitant, saying all the scenarios he thinks of lead to the three of them beating him up, so instead, they should do it now.
Rollins says that he tried and instead of sticking around he chooses to leave and as he gets to the top of the ramp, AOP allows him to just leave. KO says Seth might be leaving but he is ready to have some fun but AOP opt to walk away instead.
Owens says he wants a fight still and calls out someone from the roster. We are then shown Bobby Lashley walking in the back as we head to commercial.
After the break, Lana does make her way out and says the show is all about her. KO screams that nobody cares, and Lana tells him that he’s not done talking. She says that Rusev Day is not going to be here tonight because she filed another restraining order today.
— WWE Universe (@WWEUniverse) December 3, 2019
Kevin Owens once again shuts her up, and says that everyone is well aware that Lana thinks she is important and beautiful on the outside, but on the inside she is repulsive. Lana then claims that her hot boyfriend is going to come out and finish him.
BOBBY LASHLEY vs KEVIN OWENS
Kevin Owens starts by lighting up Bobby Lashley with some chops, but Lashley’s size and strength advantage quickly begins to take over. KO is smart enough to get his foot up in the corner, but after hitting the ropes he is destroyed with a huge spinebuster.
After KO spills to the outside, he smartly pulls Lashley’s feet as he gets out and Bobby drops onto the ring apron. Owens wastes no time in following it up either, hitting a big frog splash from the apron to the floor. Back in the ring, Owens continues to dominate with his cannonball into the corner, but that only gets a near fall for him.
However, he then misses with a moonsault attempt and as he gets back up, Owens is flattened with a clothesline. After hitting several right hands in the corner, Lashley flies into the corner but eats a superkick for his efforts, but Lashley does reverse a stunner attempt into a neck breaker to regain control.
Lashley plants Owens face-first into the mat, but once again he is able to kick out. Lashley tries to lock in the full nelson, but KO is able to fight out and then hit the pop-up powerbomb. But before he can continue, AOP makes their way out and the two men beatdown on Owens.
Winner: Kevin Owens (by DQ)
With the match over and nobody helping him, AOP just dominates KO all the way up the ramp, dragging him to the back.
— WWE (@WWE) December 3, 2019
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