Here are the results for the September 16th, 2019 edition of Monday Night RAW.
RAW comes to you live from the University of Tennessee.
Out comes Seth Rollins. He recaps the events of Clash of Champions last night. He announces that in less than 3 weeks, he will face Bray Wyatt for the Universal Championship inside Hell In a Cell. He is interrupted by the Firefly Fun House.
Bray says he’s glad that Seth is okay and says that mistakes happen. Seth should know because he made mistakes, a lot of them. Plenty of people have forgiven him and true friends forgive. But The Fiend never forgets. That’s why he said hello at Clash of Champions. He might have more to say tonight.
Braun Strowman is backstage and he says the next person who steps in the ring is gonna get these hands.
The graphics are upside down, but apparently we are getting Seth Rollins vs. Robert Roode and Sasha Banks and Bayley vs. the women’s tag team champions Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross.
We are also getting the King of The Ring Finals of Baron Corbin vs. Chad Gable
Out comes The Revival and Robert Roode and Dolph Ziggler. Robert says to take a look at what greatness looks like. Before he can say much else, Braun Strowman comes and cleans house on everyone in sight.
Backstage, we see Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross. Alexa says Sasha trashes what she can’t get her hands on Bayley isn’t transparent with herself. Tonight, they will show the former tag champs the true power of friendship and how to value the titles.
The OC vs. Cedric Alexander and The Viking Raiders
Cedric starts with hard shots to AJ and Erik follows with high shots of his own. AJ tags in Karl and he gets more, but Erik eventually gets forced into the corner and the heels have the advantage.
Back from commercial Erik gets the hot tag to Ivar and he’s running wild. Cedric gets the tag and hits a springboard clothesline on Anderson. Gallows takes out Ivar and Erik takes out Gallows. Anderson gets a neckbreaker on Erik and Cedric gets the headspring enziguri. Alexander with a back elbow to Anderson and AJ finishes with a Phenomenal Forearm on Cedric for the victory.
Winners: The OC
We see R-Truth and Carmella visiting the University of Tennessee when they are met by the mayor of Knox county, Glenn Jacobs (Kane). Kane says he’d love to show Truth around to some historical sites.
KOTR Finals: Chad Gable vs. Baron Corbin
The two start with a series of hold reversals before Gable gets the advantage and sends Corbin outside. However, Corbin launches Gable with a huge back body drop into the timekeeper’s area.
Gable just barely beats a referee’s count coming back from commercial. Corbin continues to work Gable over. Gable fights back with a top rope drop kicks and hits a trio of front flip kicks that forces Corbin into the corner. Corbin gets a huge slam for 2 and gets frustrated. Corbin then takes the fight to Gable again outside by flinging him into the barricade.
Corbin looks to tackle Gable into the steps, but misses. Gable then starts to work over Corbin’s leg by forcing it into the ring post. Gable continues to work over the legs. Gable continues to fight but Corbin hits a huge Deep Six for 2.
Gable fights back and gets the Ankle lock and locks it in real tight. Corbin is writhing in agony and almost taps but gets to the ropes. Gable works over the leg one last time before Corbin turns a hurricanrana into an End of Days. That finishes things.
Winner and King of The Ring: Baron Corbin
The Street Profits host the gender reveal of Maria Kanellis. Maria reveals that it is a boy. He then tells Mike that we both know who the real father is. Maria says it’s Ricochet. Mike gets angry and slaps Ricochet. He says to meet him in the ring. Titus berates Ricochet and tells him to go out there. Dawkins says he thought Maria would say that he was the father.
Ricochet vs. Mike Kanellis
Ricochet is trying to calm Mike down, but Mike isn’t having it and slaps him around. Ricochet tries to hold himself back, but he has to use force and he hits a superkick, a few hard shots and a Codebreaker for the easy victory.
Back with more Firefly Fun House and we see portraits of everyone The Fiend has taken out. He then says it’s time for him to find more friends.
Back from commercial, we see Maria giving Mike a good talking to. She said that he was hoping Mike would defend her unborn child, but she was wrong. Maria was trying to get Mike motivated, but she was wrong.
Maria says she’ll reveal the true father, but then Rusev returns sporting a new look. Mike says that if Rusev is the father, congratulations. However, Rusev will not allow Mike to escape and clotheslines him. Apparently, we are also getting another match.
Rusev vs. Mike Kanellis
Rusev applies The Accolade and Mike taps pretty quickly.
Kane talks about the greatness of Tennessee and introduces Truth to a police officer. However, the police officer is revealed to be a referee. Truth attempts to run away but runs into the upright pole on the football field and Kane pins him. Kane is your new 24/7 Champion and says he still got it.
Tomorrow on Smackdown LIVE, we are getting the official coronation of Baron Corbin.
Rey Mysterio vs. Cesaro
Cesaro says that Rey should have listened to his son and that he’ll do the same thing to his son what he’ll do to him tonight. Rey takes the fight to him but then Cesaro suckers him into an uppercut.
Cesaro fights Rey on the outside, but Rey hits a 619 to Cesaro’s ribs and then gets a Tornado DDT off a suicide dive. Back from commercial, Rey goes for a springboard attack but Cesaro gets another uppercut. A senton gets 2.
Cesaro continues to work over Rey before Rey hits the Crucifix Driver. He then gets a hurricanrana DDT for 2. Rey goes for a 619 but Cesaro gets a knee to the ribs for 2. Cesaro goes for the Triple Verticle Suplexes, but Rey turns that into a 619. Cesaro catches him in mid air after a West Coast Pop attempt, but Rey turns that into a Sunset Flip for the victory.
Winner: Rey Mysterio
We get more Firefly Fun House and Bray has added a photo of Rollins to his collection.
We also get a vignette of the Authors of Pain. They said they came to WWE to make money by fighting because no one else wanted them due to too much pain they caused. They say all of the tag teams are tough and don’t have the guts to fight them. They say to either give them the opportunity they earned or they’ll take it.
Bayley and Sasha Banks vs. Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross
Sasha and Bayley start by jumping Bliss before Bliss gets a hard right to Bayley. Alexa gets a double dive on the outside and Cross gets the tag to continue to work her over. Eventually, Sasha and Bayley get the advantage. Sasha works over Nikki in the ring while Bayley targets Alexa’s knee outside.
Back from commercial, Nikki is by herself as Alexa is unable to continue. Nikki does her best and fights off Sasha and Bayley. HE attacks both Sasha and Bayley, but unfortunately, Nikki eventually gets caught in the Banks Statement and Nikki has no choice but to tap.
Winners: Bayley and Sasha Banks
After the match, Sasha goes to attack Nikki with a steel chair, but Becky comes out with a chair of her own. The two fight with chairs in hand before Bayley comes in with a chair of her own. Charlotte then comes out and boots Bayley in the face. She then attacks her with a chair.
In the ring, Becky gets a chair shot on Sasha and Becky and Flair stand tall.
Backstage, Sasha challenges Becky to a rematch at Hell in a Cell
R-Truth hides on top of Kane’s limo and pins Kane from behind to regain the 24/7 Title. Kane preps for a chokeslam, but Truth reminds him that he’s mayor (or president) and that he has to work. Kane says he’s right and the two walk off.
Becky answers Sasha’s challenge and says she’s not interested in a rematch at Hell in a Cell, but for a rematch inside Hell in a Cell.
Lacey Evans vs. Dana Brooke
Lacey starts by attacking in the corner before Dana responds with shots of her own. Dana then gets some knife edge chops outside. Lacey responds with a rope assisted dropkick to the face. Lacey continues to gain the upper hand before she connects with the Woman’s Right. She busts out the handkerchief and finishes Dana off with a Sharpshooter.
Winner Lacey Evans
Seth Rollins vs. Robert Roode (w/Dolph Ziggler)
The two trade some holds before Rollins gets a scoop slam and a knee to the face. A sharp kick to the back connects before Roode fights back with knee to the gut. Seth fights and gets a clothesline out of the ring. Rollins preps for a dive before Ziggler cuts him off. He sends Roode face first into the apron and gets a knee to the face.
Ziggler distracts Rollins again and Roode sends Rollins into the barricade. Ziggler gets an attack on him with the ref distracted.
Back from commercial, Roode gets a backbreaker and continues to work Seth over. Ziggler attempts a superkick but Rollins catches him with his own kick. Back in the ring, they go back and forth before Rollins gets a buckle bomb, a kick to the gut and a stomp. Ziggler attacks Rollins before he can pin him for the DQ.
Winner: Seth Rollins by DQ.
The OC comes out after and Seth tries to fight him off before Ziggler gets a superkick. Gallows and Anderson hit the Magic Killer and AJ gets a Styles Clash on Rollins. The OC, Roode and Ziggler all take turns jumping Rollins. Kane comes out. He cleans house and chokeslams all members of The OC.
Then, The Fiend comes from behind on Kane with the Mandibal Claw. The Fiend then comes after Seth and stares at him down in the corner.
Monday Night RAW goes off the air with a distorted version of the Firefly Fun House theme song.