WWE Raw Live Results! (4/19)
I’m your host, CP Bialois, and it looks like we’re in for an interesting show tonight as Drew McIntyre will look for answers from MVP and Charlotte Flair and Asuka continue their fued.
Will Rhea Ripley jump in or have her own problems to deal with?
Tune in tonight at 8 p.m. EST for WWE Raw Live Results and we’ll start getting answers to our questions.
Drew McIntyre called MVP out and MVP said Mace and T-Bar have no affiliation with the Hurt Business.
Mace and T-Bar then attacked McIntyre and hit a double chokeslam before heading to the back where T-Bar promised they’ll end McIntyre.
Guess we’ll see these three in some kind of match later tonight.
The Viking Raiders (Erik and Ivar) vs. Cedric Alexander and Shelton Benjamin
This was a good match as the Viking Raiders clocked in their second straight win over Alexander and Benjamin after hitting the Viking Express on Alexander.
Riddle tried to talk Orton into forming a tag team called RK-Bro, and Orton walked off to find Pearce to make a match with Riddle.
Orton doesn’t know Riddle’s name and doesn’t care, he just wants to show him to respect him.
Charlotte Flair was in her glory as she acted shocked that anyone was offended by her last week and called the women’s division a bunch of fakes.
She claimed she can be Asuka and Rhea Ripley in the same night and invited Ripley to watch her match and take notes.
Ripley and Asuka agreed that Asuka will win, much to Flair’s shock.
Randy Orton vs. Riddle
Riddle slapped on four sleepers in quick succession before Orton broke it by heading to the floor. Orton then suplex Riddle onto the announce desk as we headed to commercial.
Riddle won after countering an RKP into a crucifix for the pin. We didn’t see this one coming.
Guess we got a new feud?
Shayna Baszler and Nia Jax vs. Lana and Naomi
This was a good match until Rose and Brooke came out and showed a series of embarrassing moments for Jax to draw Jax away from the ring.
Lana and Naomi hit a double facebuster on Baszler for the win.
This was just bad. Glad the match could pause for movie time in what could be the eeakest moment of the night.
The Miz and Maryse looked to celebrate their victories the last couple of weeks when Damian Priest interrupted them.
Maryse volunteered Miz to face Priest later tonight.
Kofi Kingston w/Xavier Woods vs. Elias w/Jaxson Ryker
This was a decent match that Elias won with an elbow drop off the top rope.
We love Elias, but we’ve grown so used to seeing him lose this was a nice change of pace.
Bliss gave us a story about Lily always being with her and how she made her shove a girl off a swing to take her ice cream.
She then said that Lily didn’t like the Fiend, and she doesn’t like anyone in the women’s division either.
2-on1 Handicap Match – Drew McIntyre vs. Mace and T-Bar
This was a decent match, though McIntyre didn’t sell more than a few blows. Mace and T-Bar teamed up on him for a disqualification, keeping McIntyre’s record perfect 5-0 in handicap matches.
Braun Strowman ran out and T-Bar and Mace headed to the floor. Guess we’re going to have a tag match next.
Braun Strowman and Drew McIntyre vs. T-Bar and Mace
This was a pretty good, brutal match that T-Bar and Mace won by disqualification when McIntyre ripped off Mace’s mask and beat him with it.
Strowman ripped off T-Bar’s mask and nailed him with it to send him to the floor.
The Miz w/Maryse vs. Damian Priest
This was a decent match that Priest won with a Hit the Lights after the Miz’s attempt to pin him with the aide of the ropes failed.
Sheamus issued an open challenge for his United States Championship and Humberto Carrillo answered.
Sheamus attacked and destroyed him before the bell rang and nailed Carrillo with a Brogue Kick.
This wasn’t a match, but it definitely sent a message to Adam Pearce and anyone that wants the US title.
Charlotte Flair vs. Asuka
With Rhea Ripley pulling up a chair to enjoy the show, Asuka and Flair exchanged moves until it got serious and Asuka hit a neckbreaker on the ring apron as we headed to commercial.
This was a decent match that ended when Ripley pulled Flair out of a Figure 8 and Asuka hit Flair with a kick and a roll up for the win.
Flair lost it and attacked the referee and beat him down a couple of times while other refs just stood there and yelled at her.
The match was forgettable, but Flair’s psychotic snap was awesome and should make this a fun storyline going forward as she becomes her own version of Ripley’s nightmare.
This was a pretty good show overall, but let us know what you think of it in the comments below. And thank you for joining WWE Raw Live Results.
We had a great time and can’t wait until next week.
See you all then!