Monday Night RAW Results – November 18, 2019


Here are the full results for the November 18, 2019 edition of Monday Night RAW.

Becky Lynch comes out and she asks Shayna and Bayley to face her like a champion, and she says she doesn’t care about brand supremacy. If they want to fight, she accepts the challenge, and Lynch says they don’t have to wait until Sunday. There’s also no better face to fight than Boston.

Out comes The IIconics. Royce says she couldn’t remain silent, and Kay expresses their displeasure that they were left off the RAW women’s Survivor Series team. Billie and Peyton tell Becky that they are the future, but Becky says their future is her taking both of them down. Charlotte comes out and she says she doesn’t want to tag with Becky against them, but the forces that be want them tethered together.

Flair also says Becky doesn’t get to boast about her Survivor Series match, because she has a match too. She’s the team captain of the RAW women’s Survivor Series team. She asks if tagging with her is okay. Then, Samoa Joe comes out before we cut to commercial.

Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair vs. The IIconics

In a relatively quick match, Flair is able to get the Figure Eight on Billie Kay and she taps out while Becky Lynch cuts off Peyton Royce with a suplex.

Winners: Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair

After the match, Shayna Baszler and her entourage take out The IIconics. Flair and Lynch go back in the ring and they fight with them, but the NXT women have the numbers game in their favor, and they get the advantage as they exit. However, Flair and Lynch refuse to go down as they go through the barricade and try to continue the fight before security cuts them off.

Lynch doesn’t want to go and she knocks out one of the security guards.

Backstage, Zack Ryder and Curt Hawkins are asked about their RAW Tag Title match. Ryder says their opportunities don’t come too often, and Hawkins says there’s a reason why they’ve made it. They are instantly cut off and attacked by The Authors of Pain. Then, they speak in Samoan.

The OC is out, and AJ Styles says that he would love to defend the United States Championship tonight against Humberto Carrillo, but he disrespected him last week. Gallows says when you disrespect one member of the OC, everyone is direspected. Styles states that’s why Karl Anderson is gonna beat him up.

Anderson states he and Gallows are the best tag team in the world, and he says Carrillo is going to be taught lesson by the only club that’s ever mattered.

Humberto Carrillo vs. Karl Anderson (w/AJ Styles and Luke Gallows)

During the match, The Street Profits come out during the match, and towards the end, after Luke Gallows faceplants Carrillo onto the ropes, the ST help cradle Carrillo onto Anderson for the win.

Winner: Humberto Carrillo

Seth Rollins is interviewed backstage and he is asked what compelled him to accept Andrade’s challenge for his Survivor Series spot. Rollins says he had no other choice and that he never backed down from a fight. He puts over Tom Brady and the Patriots and calls himself a leader. It’s still Monday Night Rollins and he plans on burning it down.

Caruso also announces that there is some breaking news that we have to see to believe before we go to commercial.

Bobby Lashley vs. No Way Jose

Before the match, Lana says today is the happiest day of her life because she filed for divorce this morning. Lana also says Rusev was offered a temporary restraining order. Rusev cannot come within 90 miles of her. She corrects herself and she says it’s actually 90 feet. She says they want Rusev out of their lives and claims she wants to be with Lashley forever.

Lashley wins an easy match with a Master Lock kind of submission hold.

Winner: Bobby Lashley

Seth Rollins vs. Andrade (w/Zelina Vega)

Towards the end of the match, Kalisto from SmackDown shoves Rollins from the top rope, causing a DQ.

Winner by DQ: Seth Rollins

After the match, Lucha House Party jump both Rollins and Andrade before they eventually fight back and ward them off.

Buddy Murphy is seen walking backstage, and he sees Aliester Black’s door. He knocks and he says that he’s there to pick a fight. He doesn’t get a response and he walks away, saying that he’s all talk. Black eventually comes out and looks for him.

Triple H leaves a limo entering backstage.

Buddy Murphy vs. Akira Tozawa

Buddy Murphy connects with a high knee, and he’s able to follow up with the Murphy’s Law to get the victory.

Winner: Buddy Murphy

Erick Rowan is seen talking to some sort of animal again.

Buddy Murphy is walking backstage and he comes across Aliester Black’s room again. He calls his name, and this time, Black answers and the two have a staredown.

Erick Rowan vs. Alex Malcolm

Before the match starts, the Singh Brothers and R-Truth out. Rowan takes out the Singh Brothers and scares Truth away. He flings Malcolm onto them on the outside and performs a running splash on all of them. One chokeslam in the ring finishes things.

Winner: Erick Rowan

Rowan keeps his cage covered and walks away.

Backstage, Randy Orton is asked about Survivor Series and asks if he can put aside personal squabbles to focus on Survivor Series. Orton says he doesn’t play with others unless it benefits him, and he says it’s also beneficial that he’s greatest superstar in Survivor Series history.

He says he heard the Viking Raiders are looking for a fight with Ryder and Hawkins out of commission. Orton says he’ll be in the ring waiting and he’ll pick a partner that will benefit him.

Kevin Owens vs. Drew McIntyre

Owens and McIntyre have a hard-fought match, and Kevin is able to get two stunners on McIntyre. Before he can go for a pin, Triple H comes out and the match abruptly ends.

Winner: No Contest

Triple H says that Kevin Owens is a different breed than Seth Rollins because he would do things such as turn on his best friend to turn the NXT Championship, come to RAW and pick a fight with John Cena. He remembered when Owens stomped on the United States Championship and raised the NXT Title, and he may be responsible for legitimizing NXT.

Triple H then says he was taken from NXT, because he didn’t want to leave. He was taken by people who didn’t understand how talented and smart he was. He mentions Kurt Angle and Shane McMahon firing him and told Kevin that he doesn’t belong, but Triple H says he knows where he belongs because he sees it in him when he looks in his eyes.

He sees someone who has one of the greatest in-ring IQ’s ever and is every bit as good as he says he is. Triple H also sees someone who doesn’t fit the mold and he loves it. Triple H points to the Forgotten Sons and the other NXT backup, and he says that they are there just to ensure they can have a conversation.

Triple H says his teammates don’t give a damn about him, otherwise they’d be out here trying to defend him. NXT says they are willing to prove their time is now. Right as Triple H is speaking, some RAW superstars come out to attack NXT from behind and The Undisputed Era jump Kevin Owens. The OC come out and scare them off.

Caruso announces that AJ Styles will defend the United States Championship against Humberto Carrillo next week on RAW. Carrillo says he can’t describe his happiness over the opportunity. For the other breaking news, he turns it over to Paul Heyman.

Heyman recaps the path of destruction Lesnar has left the last couple of months. Heyman addresses Lesnar’s physical status and says that he’ll be 100% by Survivor Series. He also suggests there are rumors that he may have been hurt.

Heyman announces that Brock Lesnar and Rey Mysterio’s match at Survivor Series is now No Holds Barred match. Heyman says this Sunday’s match will be a public torture session, because the match will be too graphic. Heyman says it will be either a miracle or a massacre, and we’ll all find out together.

Mysterio reacts to the news, but before that, he brings over Carrillo and says he believes in him and he can win the United States Championship. Mysterio said Lesnar made the mistake of his life making the match a No Holds Barred match. He already demonstrated what he could do with a bat.

Rey says that he’s going to hunt down Brock and make him pay and that the old him may have asked for an apology. However, he knows Lesnar isn’t the apologizing type. He won’t be coming for an apology, but for the WWE Championship.

Asuka (w/Kairi Sane) vs. Natalya

Sane is able to distract Natalya, and Asuka gets a swift kick to the face for the distraction victory.

Winner: Asuka

The Viking Raiders (C) vs. Randy Orton and Ricochet – RAW Tag Team Championships

During the match we see some SmackDown superstars attacking RAW backstage. Orton is preparing to hit the RKO on Erik before SmackDown runs down the ramp and jumps everyone in sight, causing a no contest.

Winner: No Contest

SmackDown jumps everyone in sight but RAW holds their ground and pushes them back. Then, NXT recruits come from behind and take out SmackDown. Then, Orton and Ricochet start hitting the RKO and Recoil on everyone in sight before NXT jumps them in the ring.

Then, more RAW superstars led by Seth Rollins come down and join in on the brawl. In the middle of the ring, Roderick Strong gets a high knee on AJ Styles and taunts him in the ring. Triple H says that NXT will finish everything in 6 days and will show everyone that NXT is the A brand. He also opening his doors to RAW and SmackDown and Wednesday and dares them to bring everything they got.

Keith Lee flings Humberto Carrillo to the RAW team outside as RAW goes off the air.


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