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WWE Raw Results (4/22): Seth Rollins’ First Challenger Confirmed, Bray Wyatt Debuts A New Gimmick, More!



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April 22nd, 2019
Results by Matthew Wilkinson for


We are kicking tonight’s episode off with an appearance from Triple H, let’s see what The Game has to say for himself. However, before Triple H is able to say anything the Universal Champion, Seth Rollins also makes his way down to the ring.

Seth Rollins states that standing in the middle of the ring in his home state is surreal after everything that he and Triple H have been through. The Game then offers a handshake to Rollins and the champion continues, stating that he slayed the Beast and brought the title home.

Triple H then puts Rollins over, saying he walked in as a Kingslayer but walked out a certified Beastslayer and the Universal Champion. Triple H says that now the landscape has changed, now Rollins is the measuring stick and as Universal Champion, the whole world is gunning for him.

Rollins says it is fine if everyone is gunning for him, and adds that he will never let someone cash the briefcase on him again. Triple H says that is great, but he needs to focus on who he will defend his title against at Money In The Bank, which we will determine tonight.

There will be two triple threat matches tonight, and the winner of each will compete in the main event where the winner will go on to face Rollins at Money In The Bank for the Universal Championship.

Without further a due… Samoa Joe has arrived on Raw!

Joe says it seems he missed his invitation, allowing this to be a reminder that he does what he wants, when he wants, adding that he has arrived on Raw. Joe says Becky Lynch has a good concept with the double championship, and there is plenty of room for one more on his.

This leads to Rey Mysterio popping up stating that Joe isn’t the only former SmackDown star looking to make an impact, and Mysterio makes it clear that he sees Rollins vs Mysterio at Money In The Bank.

Drew McIntyre then pops up and says he doesn’t give a damn what these people think he deserves, as he has spent a year cleaning this place up and getting rid of dead weight without any title opportunities and now it is his time. Drew says the only reason Seth is champion is that he got to Brock Lesnar before him.

The Miz is the next man out, saying that the A-Lister is back on Raw and the more things change, the more they stay the same, noting that Rollins has something that he wants. Miz says he has had a reboot of sorts thanks to Shane McMahon, adding that he isn’t the same man that Seth remembers.

The theme continues as Baron Corbin then arrives, claiming he is the most deserving man to challenge Seth as he retired a legend, but Corbin doesn’t get too much time to ramble on as AJ Styles then appears as the final of the six-men who will compete in the triple threats tonight.

AJ says that everyone in this ring seems to have forgotten he is on Raw, including Seth. AJ says he is going to give the WWE Universe what they have always wanted, as at Money In The Bank it will be him against Seth Rollins.

The champion says that everyone is gunning for him, but he is ready and it doesn’t matter which one he faces, because he is Seth Freakin Rollins, and he’s going to burn it down.


Samoa Joe starts the match out dominating both men, but it doesn’t take too long for the tides to turn as AJ Styles and Rey Mysterio dispose of Joe who ends up outside the ring as the two babyfaces square-off, with Styles hitting a snap suplex which he follows up with a backbreaker.

AJ then looked for a Styles Clash early but Rey reversed it, looking to get a pinfall until Samoa Joe managed to break it up, returning to his dominating ways by smashing AJ across the ring, before throwing Mysterio out of the ring.

As we return from commercial, Joe is looking to pick up the win but AJ quickly gets involved to break up the attempt as he and the US Champion begin trading blows back and forth with a kick to the face seeing Styles eventually come out on top.

Mysterio then gets back involved and looks to hit a 619 but Joe heads out of the ring, to which Rey decides to join him, flying out of the ring to take him out. Rey then looks to go high risk against AJ, yet the former WWE Champion joins him on the turnbuckles as the two men brawl.

Joe eventually joins them and launches both men back into the ring in an incredible move that sees all three men taken out. Back from another commercial and Samoa Joe almost picks up the win with a huge clothesline to AJ Styles, but AJ kicks out just in time.

Mysterio then looks to pick up the pace and spikes Joe headfirst into the mat, but Styles was on hand once again to break things up. Rey then sets up Joe for the 619 but he reverses it into a Coquina Clutch, and he then locks Styles in as well as he reverses the Phenomenal Forearm, but Styles gets out of it with both Joe and AJ set up in the 619 positions.

Rey opts to take out Joe, which he does, but as he dives to finish off the move, AJ Styles catches him, plants him to the mat and then hits Mysterio with a 619 onto Joe, picking up the victory and progressing to tonight’s number one contender’s main event.

Winner: AJ Styles

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WWE Raw Results (1/26): Raw Women’s Title Match, McIntyre – Goldberg Staredown, Edge Provides Health Update



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Welcome to’s live coverage of Monday Night Raw which is the go-home show for the WWE Royal Rumble, featuring Asuka defending her WWE Raw Women’s Title against Alexa Bliss. Live coverage begins at 8:00 PM ET.

JANUARY 25, 2021


Drew McIntyre starts out by saying how good it feels to be back as he thanks the fans for their messages of support during his battle with COVID-19. Drew pushes that he did get lucky with the virus and his symptoms, and he dedicates his performance on Sunday to anybody dealing with it.

He says he’d be out of his mind to take Goldberg lightly. Drew says he’s watched Goldberg since he was a teenager and he puts over Goldberg’s streak. He also notes Goldberg has a new streak, which is ending title reigns when he returns nowadays, but he promises to end that on Sunday.

However, Drew is interrupted by The Miz and John Morrison, as Miz puts over the title match as Kong vs. Godzilla. However, he says there tends to be consequences when something like that happens, and he says, both of them could end up injured.

They then reveal that they will be beating the hell out of whoever is champion by the end, as Miz promises to cash-in his Money In The Bank contract. However, it appears someone else disagrees with that…Goldberg is here!

Goldberg stands face to face with Drew and just says, he’s next. Morrison and Miz then keep talking trash, but Goldberg and Drew then pull them into the ring. Goldberg nails Miz with a Spear while Drew hits Morrison with a Claymore and then they go back to staring each other down as Drew raises his title into the air.


Charlotte Flair is asked about what is on her mind where she says that she performs well under pressure. Flair says she always defies the odds, and if there’s one person she can bet on it’s herself. Flair is then asked about Lacey Evans, and Flair claims this might be Ric’s darkest situation. She says it’s one thing to have the name of Flair, but it’s another to carry the weight of that.


Straight away, Charlotte Flair takes the fight to Shayna Baszler and she then slides out to kick Nia Jax as well. This allows Baszler to come from behind and look for a submission, but Charlotte fights out and then ends up locking in the Figure Four straight away.

However, as the submission gets locked in, Nia Jax gets involved, hitting a Leg Drop to Flair, ending the match.

Winner (via DQ): Charlotte Flair

Afterward, the two heels attack Flair until Mandy Rose and Dana Brooke hit the ring and make the save! The tides then turn until Lacey Evans appears, which leads to a mass brawl taking place.


To the surprise of nobody, it’s now six-woman tag team action. Lacey starts out the match with Mandy Rose, with Evans mocking Flair by doing Ric’s classic strut. However, it is Mandy who takes control of the match and she brings in her tag team partner and they connect with a double suplex.

Dana then tags in Flair, but Evans quickly scrambles away and tags in Shayna, with the MMA star unloading on the Queen with chops and kicks. While Baszler gets a good kick to the leg of Charlotte, she responds with several chops and a fallaway slam.

Rose and Brooke then hit a nice double team as they isolate Shayna into their corner, with Charlotte then returning as she hangs up Baszler on the second ropes, nailing a kick to the face. She then drags Baszler down to the floor and the two women brawl, with Flair being sent into the ring apron.

Things then get sloppy and it seems like the finish is messed up. Baszler pushes Flair back into the ring and she beats the 10 count but Baszler just misses out and the referee calls it as a count-out. It was odd.

Winners: Charlotte Flair, Mandy Rose, & Dana Brooke

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STF Underground Episode 90 – Is Tomasso Ciampa Royal Rumble Bound? Hard To Kill Recap, Where Does AEW Go After A Lackluster Dynamite?



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Welcome once again to another episode of STF Underground!

In this episode we talk about:

  • AEW Dynamite’s Lackluster Episode
  • Is Tomasso Ciampa Main Roster Bound?
  • Hard To Kill Recap
  • Can MSK Succeed In The WWE?
  • “Wrestling Apologists”
  • Dusty Cup Surprises



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WWE NXT Results (1/20): The Fight Pit Returns, Women’s Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic Begins!



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WWE NXT Results
January 20, 2020
Orlando, FL

Live coverage begins at 8PM ET, provided by PW staff writer Matthew Wilkinson (@MC_Wilkinson1). Follow @prowrestlingcom on FacebookInstagram and Twitter.


Leon Ruff requests to start the match, but Austin Theory wastes no time in dropping him to the mat with a shoulder tackle. Ruff then tries to avoid Theory with his rope jumps, but Theory catches him, only for Ruff to respond with a dropkick as Kushida tags in.

The two men work together to kick away the arms of Theory, and Kushida continues to work on the arm, isolating Austin until a distraction from Johnny Gargano allows Theory to drop his opponent and tag out. The North American Champion comes in aggressively, stomping away on Kushida, but he fires back with several forearms of his own.

Theory then tags back in and nails a massive dropkick straight away and he works the arm of Kushida as Gargano tags back in with the two men dropping Kushida with elbow strikes. Gargano connects with a dropkick to the back of Kushida’s head, and once again Theory returns to action, with frequent tags taking place.

Leon Ruff finally tags in though and he hits a missile dropkick and then another great strike to remain in control. Ruff misses with an attack in the corner, but Gargano pops up on the apron to distract him, with Ruff punching him back down.

However, this allows Theory to take out Ruff with a spinning sit-out powerbomb, but Ruff is able to kick out! Gargano returns to the match and drops Gargano with a swinging neck breaker, but Ruff once again fights out and keeps the match alive.

Ruff manages to send Gargano out of the ring, but Theory is there to stop him from making the tag, only for Ruff to hit an enziguri. But just as he dives to make the tag, Gargano pulls Kushida away. Theory then attacks him from behind and the heels hit a great double team, but Ruff kicks out again.

Theory then sets him up for a powerbomb, but Ruff gets himself to the ropes and launches himself into Theory, hitting a cutter to layout Theory. Both teams tag out and Kushida comes in hot, attacking Gargano until Theory gets involved again.

However, Kushida hits a handspring and takes out Theory with an elbow as he then launches out of the ring to take out Gargano with a DDT to the floor.  Back in the ring, Gargano tries to turn things around, but Kushida reverses and locks in an armbar, yet Theory breaks it up.

Kushida launches Theory out of the ring, but Gargano takes control anyway as he brings Theory back in. He plants Kushida down to the mat as Gargano follows up with a superkick, and this time it is Kushida kicking out to keep the match alive.

Gargano then looks to nail a knee to the head, but Ruff appears from behind, knocking Theory out of the ring as he then dives to the outside to keep the attack going. Back in the ring, Kushida catches Gargano with a huge forearm as he then suplexes the champion into the bridge, earning the victory!

Winners: Kushida & Leon Ruff


A video package is shown where Pete Dunne says he and Finn Balor are similar, but the difference is he stayed and built an entire brand but as a thank you, he gets compared to Finn. He says he is the real threat to the title and their match is inevitable, and when that day comes, Finn will pass the torch.


Malcolm Bivens is shown outside of William Regal’s office, where he says Tyler Rust is a future North American and NXT Champion. However, Rust comes out of the office and says he got here early and got the match against Bronson Reed. However, Bivens whispers to him that it wasn’t the direction they were going in, but he then snaps out of it and says they have a match to prepare for.


Adonis tries to start out catching Karrion Kross with a few strikes, but he just responds by suplexing him and then launching him across the ring. Once again, Kross suplexes Adonis and he then follows it with a huge blow to the back of the neck, and just like that he picks up the victory.

Winner: Karrion Kross

After the match, Karrion Kross heads back to the ring and locks Adonis’ tag team partner, Desmond Troy into the Straight Jacket submission, leaving both men layin.

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