WWE Monday Night RAW airs tonight at 8:00 p.m. EST on the USA Network with all the fallout from the two night WrestleMania 36 “Too Big For Just One Night” pay-per-view that aired over the weekend!
Featured below are complete results of the April 6, 2020 episode of WWE Monday Night RAW from the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, FL written by Rajah.com’s newest female reporter, Jamie Rush. Follow me on Twitter
WWE MONDAY NIGHT RAW RESULTS (4/6/2020)
Start Of WWE Monday Night RAW
Following the WWE Forever opening sequence, we immediately go into a video clip of the Drew McIntyre vs. Brock Lesnar main event from last night’s Wrestlemania 36 (Part 2). Lesnar shockingly kicking out of a Claymore Kick delivered by McIntyre, then McIntyre kicking out of a pin following an F5 by Lesnar. A 4th Claymore, which ultimately won McIntyre the WWE Championship!
Raw Opening Sequence
The RAW theme begins, playing us into the start of WWE Monday Night RAW as we enter the Performance Center. Asuka of the Kabuki Warriors makes her way out as her music sounds in the arena.
Announcer’s Table – Ringside
An announcement is made that there is breaking news from last night’s Wrestlemania, we are told we will see the shocking footage from after McIntyre beat Lesnar, later tonight.
Next, we are informed there will be a rematch of the tag team match from last night’s Wrestlemania, Street Profits vs. Austin Theory and Angel Garza is set for later this evening.
It is mentioned that The Kabuki Warriors lost their tag team titles last night at Wrestlemania to Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross. We then return to the first match of the night as Asuka is already standing in the ring awaiting her opponent.
Asuka vs. Liv Morgan
Representing the Kabuki Warriors, Asuka makes her way to the ring as her music sounds in the Performance Center. Asuka standing in the ring as she finishes her entrance. Asuka stands in the center of the ring as she awaits her opponent. Out next is Liv Morgan as her music sounds. Morgan makes her way down the ramp and rolls under the bottom rope into the ring. The referee signals for the bell, the bell rings and the match begins.
Asuka circles Morgan in the center of the ring, Asuka shouting something in Japanese that is inaudible. Asuka grabs Morgan by the hair, dropping her to the mat. Back to her feet, Morgan wails on Asuka with several rights. A Hip Attack by Asuka, taking Morgan to the mat. Asuka drags Morgan back to her feet by her hair, Morgan counters, attempting to put Asuka away with a roll up pin attempt. Asuka kicks out.
Morgan throws Asuka into the corner of the ring, Asuka slamming into the ring post. Morgan with a Running Shoulder into Asuka in the corner, Asuka side steps. Morgan makes her way to the top turnbuckle, landing a Double Footed Drop Kick on Asuka, knocking her out of the ring. Morgan follows Asuka to ringside, Asuka stepping up the brutality, slamming Morgan face first into the apron.
Asuka rolls Morgan back into the ring, Morgan flips between the ropes, sending Asuka for a ride on the floor. Asuka then back to her feet dropping Morgan to the floor ringside as we go to our first commercial break of the evening.
Back from commercial break, Asuka is stomping Morgan inside tghe ring. Asuka twisting the arm of Morgan as Morgan gets back to her feet. Asuka throws Morgan into the corner of the ring. Morgan rolls out and runs at Asuka, Asuka counters with a Knee to the face, rocking Morgan. Asuka quickly goes for the cover. Morgan kicks out. Asuka shouts, “Okay! Okay!” as she starts shoving Morgan with the tip of her boot, toying with Morgan.
Morgan quickly rolls Asuka for a pin attempt, Asuka kicks out. Morgan lands a Drop Kick to the jaw of Asuka. Both girls are down. Both women back to their feet, Morgan lands a Drop Kick on Asuka. Morgan with a Double Foot Stomp sending Asuka face first into the canvas. Morgan covers with a pin attempt, Asuka kicks out. Asuka catches Morgan in an Arm Bar, Morgan counters, rolling Asuka in a pin attempt. Asuka lands a German Suplex, following up with a Shining Wizard.
Morgan throws her foot up on the bottom rope at the second count in the pin attempt. Asuka drags Morgan back to her feet, Asuka grabs Morgan off the ropes, another cover attempt, Morgan kicks out. Asuka attempts to lock in the Asuka Lock, finally getting it locked in, Morgan taps.
After the Match
A replay is shown, highlighting the ending of the match. Back in the ring, Asuka struts and dances around the ring.
Shayna Baszler and Becky Lynch are highlighted.
Backstage Interview Video
A video is shown from 2 nights ago where Kayla Braxton speaks to the Women’s Champion, Becky Lynch. Lynch has the title belt draped over her shoulder as Braxton congratulates Lynch on retaining the title against Shayna Baszler during their match at Wrestlemania 36 (Night One). Shayna states she’s been the champ for 365 days.
Braxton then asks how good Shayna was in the match. Lynch states that Baszler is incredible, adding she never doubted her. Lynch again adds that she thinks Baszler doubted Lynch. Lynch ends her interview stating it was a battle of heart, and Lynch proved she had more heart, adding Baszler knows where to find her.
We then see Baszler repeating, “The thrill of victory, and the agony of defeat.” Baszler throws a towel off her head, repeating the phrase again, adding, “and for you Becky, I promise you the agony of my defeat.”
The Angel Garza & Austin Theory vs. Street Profits Match is reiterated for later tonight on RAW. Then the Boneyard Match is mentioned from Wrestlemania, stating we will see the match once again later tonight.
With that, we go to commercial break once again.
Video Clips From Wrestlemania 36
As we come back from commercial break, we see stills from last night’s Tag-Team Match between the Street Profits and Angel Garza & Austin Theory where Zelina Vega landed a cheap shot on Montez Ford. As she was about to once again strike Ford, Ford’s wife Bianca Belair from NXT entered the ring out of nowhere and took care of Vega. A rematch is scheduled for tonight on RAW.
The Street Profits vs. Angel Garza & Austin Theory
Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins of The Street Profits make their way to the ring as their music sounds in the arena. Out next are Angel Garza with Zelina Vega and Austin Theory as their music plays them down the ramp and into the ring. Theory climbs the turnbuckle inside the ring, posing with his hand held high, Garza posing outside of the ring with Vega. All four men inside the ring, the referee signals for the bell. The bell rings and the match begins.
Dawkins and Garza start things off for this tag team match up. Dawkins circles Garza twice, Garza heads to his corner, tagging Theory in. Dawkins drops Theory to the mat. Dawkins bulldozes Austin Theory in the center of the ring, Theory rolls out of the ring momentarily, then back in. Dawkins tags in Ford. The Street Profits double team Theory momentarily, before Dawkins exits the ring. Ford strikes Theory as we go to commercial break.
As we come back from commercial break, Dawkins has Theory on the mat, Dawkins dominating the match. Dawkins tries for the Spin and Splash in the corner, Theory side steps. Theory rolls out of the ring and back in, landing a Drop Kick on Dawkins. Theory tags in Garza who shoves Dawkins’s face into the mat, Garza pulling Dawkins arm backwards. Garza in command, then tagging in Theory once again. Dawkins unable to get to Ford for the tag.
Theory lands multiple strikes on Dawkins, following up with an Arm Lock on Dawkins, Dawkins shouting in pain as he struggles back to feet. Theory with a knee to the midsection followed by throwing Dawkins face first into the top turnbuckle. Garza tags back in again. Garza focusing on the ankle of Dawkins, Dawkins grabs the bottom rope, the referee forcing Garza to break the hold. Garza tags in Theory once again.
Theory climbs on top of Dawkins, throwing multiple strikes at Dawkins, announcing, “I’m gonna take that title!” Theory with a Chin Lock on Dawkins, Dawkins reaching backwards to Ford, unable to reach him for the tag. Dawkins blocks a Super Kick, countering with a drop to the mat on Theory. Dawkins reaches Ford for the tag as Theory reaches Garza for the tag.
Ford dominating the match, landing a Drop Kick on Garza following up with a DDT as he shouts loudly! Ford heads to the top turnbuckle, the referee catches Theory sneaking into the ring, then catches Vega interfering in the match, the referee calls for a disqualification.
Winners By DQ: Street Profits
After the Match
A repeat of last night, Theory and Garza hold Ford in the ring as Vega is about to strike Ford, Bianca Belair’s music sounds in the Performance Center! Bianca Belair comes out swinging her braid once again, heading down the ramp and entering the ring. Belair drops Vega to the mat, The Street Profits attacking both Garza and Theory in opposing corners of the ring.
Garza, Theory, and Vega all escape the ring, crawling away at ringside as Belair is handed a mic. Belair speaks to Vega stating, “You really thinkin’ you gonna do somethin’. But girl, uh-uh, cause I go here now. Bianca Belair the EST of NXT is the EST of WWE and not only am I the strongest the roughest the quickest the best, but I am the fastest and you can’t out run me, so girl, get in this ring, before I have to come get you myself.”
Belair’s husband Montez Ford shouts, “Ohhhh!” as we go to commercial break.
Bianca Belair vs. Zelina Vega
As we return from commercial break, the referee signals for the bell. Belair is removing her earrings, Vega standing in her corner as well. Vega trash talks, as Belair shoves Vega to the mat, blowing her a kiss as she swings her braid. Belair shoves Vega face first to the mat, then grabs Vega by the face mocking her, Vega shoves her hand into Belair’s face. Belair chases Vega into the corner, Vega runs down Vega, slamming her to the mat once again.
Vega back to her feet, slaps Belair across the face. Belair beats the h*** out of Vega, throwing her into the corner, then picking her up by the hair and swinging her to the opposing side by her hair. Vega gets a shoulder buried into the midsection of Belair, then throws Belair face first into the ring post. Vega with a submission attempt, holding Belair in the ropes. Vega with a kick to the back of Belair. Vega with a DDT and a cover, Belair kicks out.
Vega shouts, “You think you’re so bad, huh?” grabbing Belair by the hair. Vega with a unique submission attempt. The Street Profits smack the ring faster and faster trying to hype his wife Bianca. Belair catches Vega, lifting her over her head, doing presses with Vega’s body, then slamming her to the mat. Theory climbs up on the mat, trying to slow Belair. Ford attacks Theory inside the ring. Dawkins after Garza. Belair attacking Vega. The referee calls for another DQ.
No Winner – Disqualification
After the Match
Montez Ford grabs a microphone and begins, “We are just one day removed from such a prestigious Wrestlemania 36, my brother is here, my wifey is here, so how about we just make this a three, uno dos tres, against three. Because Bianca Belair are up and we want the smoke!”
Vega nods as she stands with Garza and Theory against the barricade at ringside, “Yes!” from the announcer’s table as we go to commercial break.
Angel Garza, Austin Theory, & Zelina Vega vs. Bianca Belair & Street Profits (Angelo Dawkins & Montez Ford)
As we come back from commercial break, here we go again!! This time a three on three match. The bell rings and the match begins with Ford and Theory inside the ring. Ford takes the upper hand early on, Theory eventually knocking Ford out of the ring with a Clothesline. Garza with a cheap shot on Ford as the referee deals with Theory. Theory muscles Ford back in the ring.
Ford scurries towards his corner trying to get the tag to Dawkins or his wife Belair. Theory refuses to release the back of Ford. Ford back to his feet, flipping Theory. Theory takes a quick shot at Dawkins so Ford has no one to tag, Theory knocked down with a kick. Theory tags Vega as Ford tags Belair. Belair flips Vega and hits a Back Breaker on Vega. Belair takes out Theory with a handstand kick to Theory on the outside.
Theory lands a Super Kick to Ford at ringside, Dawkins levels Theory. Belair with a version of the Glam Slam followed by the KOD by Bianca Belair and a cover for the three count.
Winners: The Street Profits & Bianca Belair
After the Match
Belair’s music plays the winners out, Belair standing between Ford and Dawkins in victory in the center of the ring, both members of The Street Profits holding their titles high!
The commentators remind us that we will take a look at the Boneyard Match later tonight.
Then we are reminded that we will see what happened with Drew McIntyre following his win over Brock Lesnar.
A group of stills are shown from the Bobby Lashley vs. Aleister Black match are shown before we go into a video clip of a backstage interview with Lashley.
Backstage Interview From Last Night
Immediately following the stills of last night’s match between Black and Lashley, we go to a video of a backstage interview that followed the match from last night. Lashley is asked, “what happened tonight.” Lashley simply states, “Something tells me I am in need of new management. or a new wife.” Lana walks up and states, “hey everybody! What are we doing, and what are we talking about?” Lana then looks over and asks, “What did you do to my husband?”
Aleister Black is in action… up next! With that we go to commercial break!
Aleister Black vs. Apollo Crews
As we come back from commercial break, Aleister Black’s music sounds in the darkened Performance Center, Black makes his way down the ramp and enters the ring over the top rope, flipping into a sitting position in the center of the ring. Out next is Apollo Crews as his music sounds, Black sits patiently in the corner of the ring as Crews makes his way to the ring. The lights come back up and the referee signals for the bell. The bell rings and the match begins.
Black quickly locks up with Crews, dominating early on. Crews able to counter, wrapping his arms around Black for a short time, Black ultimately taking Crews to the mat and going for the cover. Crews kicks out at two. Black rolls Crews to the mat, keeping control of Crews’ arm. Crews attempts to tie up Black, getting Black’s arm behind his back as he shouts, “Hi Aleister!” in his face.
Black counters out and regains control over Crews. Crews takes Black down to the mat, grappling until Black makes his way back to his feet. Black sitting cool, calm, and collected as we go to commercial break.
As we come back from commercial break, Black is dominating the match, eventually controlling the arm of Crews on the mat. Crews makes his way back to his feet, landing a few good strikes on Black for separation. Crews knocks Black to the mat, Black rolls out of the ring temporarily. The referee begins to count. Crews attempts to follow Black as the referee stops him. Crews heads to ringside anyway.
Overhead Belly to Belly by Crews, lighting up the back of Aleister Black at ringside. Crews back to his feet as the referee begins to count once again. Crews throws Black back into the ring as the referee gets to five. Black fires off a big kick to Crews as Crews re-enters the ring. Black takes Crews off his feet, going for the cover. Crews kicks out at two. Black landing face first off the apron, once again at ringside.
Crews steps through the ropes, standing on the apron, putting down Black on the outside of the ring as we go to commercial again!
Back from commercial once again, both back in the ring, Crews hammering away on Black, Crews with a Clothesline, followed by going up top. Crews attempts a Splash, nobody home, Crews forces to roll through. Black locking in a Knee Bar on Crews. Crews shouting, unable to reach the ropes as he shouts. Crews struggles more as he finally inches his way over to the rope, grabbing tightly as he shouts. The referee forces the break.
Black makes his way back to his feet, Crews having trouble making his way back to a standing position. The referee asking Crews if he can continue. Black goes for Black Mass, Crews ducks and hits a Pump Kick on Black, followed by an Inzuguri knocking Black out of the ring as we go to commercial yet again!
As we return from commercial break, a kick to the leg by Black, followed by a cover, Crews kicks out. Crews makes his way back to his feet, trying to will himself on through the pain. Crews slams Black into the corner, Black with another shot to the knee of Crews. Black gasping during the fourth quarter of this match up. Black with several strikes on Black followed by a Superplex. Down goes Black and Crews. Crews goes for the cover, Black kicks out at two.
Crews lifts Black over his head, dropping Black behind him, landing a Standing Moonsault, then a Standing Shooting Star for the cover. Black kicks out again!! Both men to the top turnbuckle, Crews throws Black face first into the canvas, Crews flying at Black, Black with a knee to the face. Black attempts to go for Black Mass, Crews counters for a cover, Black kicks out. Black back to his feet, hitting Black Mass!! Black covers for the three count!
Winner: Aleister Black
After the Match
Aleister Black sits Indian style in the center of the ring as we go into a replay. Black looks back at Crews behind him, an angered look on his face, Black turns back towards front facing.
The Last Man Standing Match is highlighted. Edge ultimately winning and hitting Orton with a steel chair atop a semi truck, followed by leaning his head on an unconscious Orton.
Up next Cedric Alexander and Ricochet as a new tag team in action, up next! Also, The Boneyard Match between AJ Styles and The Undertaker is notes as we will take a look back at the match from Wrestlemania 36. With that, we go to commercial break!
Cedric Alexander & Ricochet vs. Oney Lorcan & Danny Burch
As we come back from commercial break, Cedric Alexander makes his way out as his music sounds in the Performance Center! Out next is his tag team partner, Ricochet! Both men make their way into the ring, Oney Lorcan and Danny Burch already waiting inside the ring for this tag-team match up. The referee signals for the bell to ring, and the match officially begins.
Oney Lorcan starts off for his team, Cedric for his team. A lot of fast paced action early on, Back and forth blows between the two as they move around the ring. Burch tags in and takes down Cedric. A Back Elbow on Cedric by Burch. Cedric with a Chop to the chest on Burch. Burch retaliates with a Big Chop of his own, followed by a cover. Cedric kicks out. Back to their feet, Burch locks in a Headlock on Cedric. Cedric flips Burch over his back forward, Burch landing on the mat.
Burch once again getting a hold on Cedric, Cedric again forward flipping Cedric. Ricochet tags in. Ricochet takes a boot to the face by Burch. Hurricanrana from the top by Ricochet, followed by a cover. Burch breaks the cover. Ricochet kicks Burch off the apron. A Half and Half Suplex by Lorcan. Ricochet with a Standing Shooting Star before exiting the ring. Cedric makes the tag to Ricochet. Ricochet with the Recoil for the three count!
Winners: Cedric Alexander & Ricochet
Kevin Owens took down the Monday Night Messiah at Wrestlemania last night, we are told we will take a look back at the match tonight on RAW. With that, we go to commercial break!
Seth Rollins vs. Denzel Dejournette
As we come back from commercial break, Seth Rollins slowly walks down the ramp and enters the ring as his music sounds in the arena. Rollins looking angry but silent as he removes his coat, placing it calmly on the turnbuckle in his corner. Denzel Dejournette is then announced as his opponent, already standing in his corner. Dejournette is noted to come from NXT. The bell rings and the match begins.
Suddenly a fire lights up under Rollins as he quickly charges full force at Dejournette, plowing him down inside the ring. A different type of Seth Rollins, as he drags Dejournette to the corner, repeatedly stomping Dejournette, then digging his boot into the neck of Dejournette. Rollins takes the match to ringside, continuing to attack Dejournette.
Byron states “Maybe Wrestlemania was good for Seth Rollins, maybe a little humility is good for Rollins.” He’s asked if he wants to go tell Rollins that, Byron states he’s good where he is. Rollins continues to beat Dejournette back in the ring, finally stomping Dejournette’s head into the mat, Rollins going for the cover and the three count.
Winner: Seth Rollins
After the Match
Seth Rollins stares into the camera, no expression on his face still, he picks up his jacket and slowly walks away, back up the ramp and to the backstage area.
Nia Jax vs. Deanna Purrazzo
As we return from commercial break, it’s the return of Nia Jax after a double knee surgery. Jax makes her way down the ramp, entering the ring to await her opponent. Out next is Deanna Purrazzo from NXT as her music sounds in the Performance Center. Jax puts her hands up and steps back. The referee signals for the bell. Jax quickly bulldozes Purrazzo hard into the corner shouting, “Come and fight me!” Purrazzo charges at Jax, Jax lands a hard Clothesline. Jax with multiple smacks followed by a Short Arm Clothesline on Purrazzo.
Jax assists Purrazzo back to her feet, only to deliver another Short Arm Clothesline. Jax states, “Bye-bye” as she lands a Samoan Drop, followed by a DDT for the three count win!
Winner: Nia Jax
Boneyard Match Replay
We take a look at highlights from the Boneyard Match from last night’s Wrestlemania 36 (Part Two).
As The Dead Man hops on his hog and rides off into the darkness, we go to commercial break.
Ric Flair Snickers Commercial
As we come back from commercial break, we oddly go into… a commercial. As one of the “Top Five Fan Faves” we view #5 which starred Ric Flair. Flair standing with Zack Ryder who is poorly imitating Flair with a very enunciated “Woo-Woo-Woo.” Flair stating, “It’s, Woooo!” Ryder once again horribly fails. Then Flair takes a Snickers to give to Ryder who takes a bite and turns into Charlotte Flair who states, “Woooooo!” Ric Flair responding, “That’s my girl” as they walk off together. (I must admit, this one is pretty funny, and historic with Ric Flair being a part of it)
Alberto Carrillo vs. Brendan Vink
Alberto Carrillo makes his way to the ring as his music sounds in the arena, Carrillo makes his way to the ring, entering where his opponent Brendan Vink is already waiting in the ring for this one-on-one match up here on Monday Night RAW. The referee signals for the bell to ring, and the match officially begins.
A lot of back and forth action early on in the match. Carrillo attempting to use his speed and agility to his advantage as Vink tries to put on the breaks to slow Carrillo down inside the ring. Vink lands a few good counters throughout the match, Carrillo continuing to dominate Vink however, landing high flying maneuvers onto Vink inside the ring, showing off his ability to hit the mark.
We get close to the end of the match as both men are beginning to look worn out. Carrillo attempts to get a cover on Vink who kicks out, both men getting back to their feet. A Crossbody and a kick-out. Carrillo finally lands a left, and a Moonsault, then back to the top turnbuckle for another Moonsault! Carrillo quickly covers Vink for the three count pin and win!
Winner: Alberto Carrillo
As we head into commercial break, from the announcer’s table we are told that Charlotte Flair is here tonight following her match against Rhea Ripley last night at Wrestlemania 36 (Part Two).
Social Media Dominance
As we come back from commercial break, it is announced in a statement that this Wrestlemania was the most social event in WWE history with over 13.8 MILLION total social media interactions on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
Flair vs. Ripley Wrestlemania Match Highlights
We go into a video clip highlighting the best moments of the Charlotte Flair vs. Rhea Ripley match from last night’s Wrestlemania 36 (Part Two). Charlotte Flair ultimately locking in a Figure Eight as she stretches up into a bridge, Ripley unable to take it anymore as she taps. Flair proudly holding the NXT title.
Backstage Interview With Charlotte Flair
The post match interview that immediately followed the match between Flair and Ripley at Wrestlemania 36 from last night, where Charly Caruso begins to congratulate Flair. Flair stops Charly mid-sentence without even looking at her, stating, “I don’t need you to congratulate me.” Flair continues on to share that while growing up, her father, Ric Flair, had custom cars, custom robes, and custom suits.
Flair states her father used to say it isn’t the suit that makes the man, it’s the man that makes the suit. Charlotte states the same goes for the titles she’s won. It isn’t the title that makes the woman, it’s the woman that makes the title. She lists off her accomplishments, pointing out she retired the Diva’s Championship,
Flair notes that Rhea Ripley was, “alright” tonight, but Ripley did what every woman in the WWE company does, she bowed down to the Queen. Flair howls, “Wooo!!” as she exits.
A video package is shown highlighting the best moments of the Drew McIntyre vs. Brock Lesnar match from Wrestlemania last night where McIntyre was able to kick out of an F5 not once, but twice, before landing a fourth Claymore on Lesnar for the three count pin and win of the WWE Championship Title that McIntyre dreamed of claiming, making it a reality at Wrestlemania 36!!
After Wrestlemania Went Off The Air
As we return from commercial break, we are sent into a video showing the events that followed the Drew McIntyre vs. Brock Lesnar main event title match at Wrestlemania 36 (Part Two). We see Drew McIntyre walking the stage of the Performance Center, the WWE Championship belt strapped around his waist, McIntyre patting it with both hands as he smiles and continues to walk forward down the ramp. McIntyre entering the ring, his name in lights behind him on the screen above the stage.
It is noted that Drew McIntyre is the first winner of Scottish decent for the title McIntyre states to the cameraman to get as many shots as possible of the belt, adding “this is as real as it gets!”. McIntyre is asked, though it’s been twenty minutes since he won the title, has the reality set in yet and what is he feeling? McIntyre points out that it hasn’t sunk in yet, he hadn’t yet been able to do anything or tell anyone. Adding he had continuously pinched himself to check if he was dreaming, and if so he didn’t want to wake up.
McIntyre points out he took the time to get the plates changed on the belt, showing them to the cameraman. McIntyre adds he wants to thank Paul Heyman, “weird one, yea? Wanna see where I’m going with this?” McIntyre continues on stating you can tell a lot about someone by their eyes. McIntyre adds that Heyman shouted to Lesnar, “Keep giving him the F5, he can’t keep getting back up!”
McIntyre stated that helped him, as he knew he would continue to get back up, elaborating that every time he had been knocked down in his life, he got back up. In his professional life, in his personal life, etc. McIntyre stated every F5 made him angry instead of hurting, McIntyre made it up the mountain, inch by inch. Drew smiles as the WWE Champion.
The Big Show’s music suddenly sounds in the Performance Center. Big Show makes his way down the ramp with a referee. McIntyre smiles and poses with the title. Big Show states, “You slayed the beast at Wrestlemania, Wow!” Big Show adds it’s a big man’s world, adding he might be a big man, but he’s no giant. McIntyre says he knows where this is going, Big Show tells him he doesn’t know s***, adding they both are dressed to compete and there’s a referee, ding ding ding.
McIntyre states he’s dressed to compete because he just beat Brock Lesnar at Wrestlemania, he’s not sure why Big Show is dressed to compete, adding he isn’t fighting anyone else tonight. Big Show taunts that McIntyre was all talk. Big Show says he is looking McIntyre dead in the eye and all he sees is fear. McIntyre states it isn’t his first day, he isn’t afraid, he knows Big Show is trying to push his buttons as he’s Scottish and has a temper.
McIntyre says he will say it slowly, “There is nothing you can say that will make me fight you.” Big Show slaps McIntyre across the face.
WWE Championship Title Match
Drew McIntyre vs. Big Show
22 Minutes after winning the title from Brock Lesnar, Drew McIntyre defends his title against Big Show! The two begin to brawl it out inside the ring as the bell rings, officiating the match. Big Show Power Slams McIntyre in the center of the ring, asking McIntyre if he can take this, that’s what it takes to be Champ. Big SHow pulls back on McIntyre’s chin as McIntyre stands on the apron outside of the ropes, yanking him back on the ropes.
McIntyre falls inside the ring, Big Show kicking McIntyre in the body. Big Show points out he has been fighting for 4 decades, as he continues to dominate McIntyre. A Chop to the chest of McIntyre. Big Show climbs to the second turnbuckle, landing on the midsection of McIntyre for the cover, McIntyre kicks out at two. Big Show tells McIntyre to stay down. Big Show lands several slaps to the chest of McIntyre in the corner of the ring. McIntyre stumbles and falls to his knees, holding his chest.
Big Show with multiple Uppercuts. McIntyre grabs Big Show, Big Show with a Slam to the mat to McIntyre. Big Show stating he’s doing this for McIntyre’s own good, shouting, “Do you want to be WWE Champion? What are you made of???” Big Show looks down at McIntyre who answers, “Yes”. Big Show throws McIntyre into the ropes, catching McIntyre and going for a Choke Slam, McIntyre counters with a Giant Slam of his own. McIntyre getting the two count. Big Show kicking out.
McIntyre stumbles to the corner of the ring, climbing to the top, Big Show catching McIntyre for a Choke Slam, McIntyre kicks out at two. Big Show back to his feet, shouting and balling up his right hand, McIntyre hits the Claymore and gets the three count!
<b>Winner and STILL WWE Champion: Drew McIntyre</b>