WWE Raw Results
February 10, 2020
Commentary: Tom Phillips, Byron Saxton, and Jerry “The King” Lawler
Results by: Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com
“Then. Now. Forever.” The WWE video leads us into the show.
The Raw video plays, and we go live into the arena to see a big pyrotechnics display. Becky Lynch will defend the Raw Women’s Championship against Asuka later tonight. Drew McIntyre will also be a guest on The VIP Lounge hosted by MVP. Samoa Joe, Kevin Owens, and The Viking Raiders will also face Seth Rollins, Murphy, and AOP.
Raw Tag Team Champions Seth Rollins and Murphy are in the ring with AOP. Rollins welcomes the crowd to Monday Night Raw. Rollins is proud to stand here as the Monday Night Messiah. At first this name they gave him he wasn’t so sure of, but it’s grown on him. Rollins has come to realize how difficult it is for the crowd to speak from their hearts and make difficult decisions. Rollins is here to speak truths and make the tough decisions. Rollins is here to lead them into the future.
Before he can take them into the future, he has to talk about when his disciples AOP and Murphy took on Owens and the Viking Raiders last week. Rezar won the elimination match over Owens. Rollins says Owens and the Raiders interfered later in the night to cost him a shot at Brock Lesnar and the WWE Championship. Forgiveness is a virtue, but his patience is growing very thin when it comes to Kevin Owens and his friends. Rollins says they aren’t here to preach a message of divisiveness. They’re preaching a message of unity and oneness. They’re not leaving until that message is heard.
Kevin Owens’ music interrupts Rollins. Rollins warns Owens to not get in over his head. Samoa Joe got in over his head, as did the Viking Raiders, and look what happened to them. Rollins says he is the universe’s Monday Night Messiah. If Owens want to be a martyr, that’s fine. If he stands alone, he will fall alone. Owens says every week Rollins runs his mouth and sounds stupid as hell. Now he looks stupid. Owens will just keep fighting because he is not alone. The Viking Raiders join him at his side. Rollins says the problem for Owens isn’t finding partners… it’s keeping them upright. Owens tries to push and shove the Viking Raiders down, but they don’t budge. Owens says they’re fine and they’re ready to go. Owens and the Viking Raiders march down to the ring, and they’re cut off by AOP and Murphy. They brawl at ringside while Rollins shouts from the ring. Samoa Joe all of a sudden comes up behind Rollins and applies the Coquina Clutch. AOP and Murphy break it up, but they’re soon sent from the ring by Owens, Joe, and the Raiders. Murphy is hit with a Stunner by Owens to end it.
Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch comes out while Owens, Joe, and the Viking Raiders are celebrating. She’ll face Asuka, next!
WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions the Kabuki Warriors come out to the ring. Asuka is laughing and shouting in Japanese on the microphone.
Raw Women’s Championship
Becky Lynch (c) vs. Asuka w/ Kairi Sane
They circle the ring and lock up. Asuka wrenches the arm a few times before Lynch hooks the head. Asuka gets out and applies a side headlock. Asuka takes her down and cinches it in. Asuka then takes her down and taunts her. Lynch quickly boots her and wrenches away at the arm. A “Becky” chant picks up. Asuka forearms her before applying a side headlock. Lynch takes her down. NXT Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley will be out later tonight according to the graphic in the corner. Lynch then hits the ropes and shoulder blocks her down before flexing. Lynch blocks a kick and hits a dragon screw. Lynch forearms Asuka back. Sane gets on the apron to taunt Lynch, so Asuka hits a hip attack to send her to the floor.
We come back from the break to see Asuka stomp Lynch and apply an arm bar. Lynch fights up and hits the ropes, but Asuka follows her in and hits a hip attack. Lynch shoves Asuka off and elbows her. Lynch connects with a pair of clotheslines followed by a dropkick. Lynch kicks her in the midsection and hits a diving shoulder block for a near fall. Asuka blocks a right and connects with an inside cradle for a two count. Asuka gets out of a takedown before kneeing Lynch in the face. Asuka hits a sit-out spinebuster for a near fall. Lynch sidesteps Asuka and sends her out of the ring. Lynch connects with a baseball slide. Lynch then comes off the apron with a diving forearm on Sane. Sane shoved Asuka out of the way before Lynch hit that move on her.
Asuka attacks Lynch from behind. Asuka gets her in the ring, but Lynch boots her back. Lynch comes off the ropes, but Asuka counters into a codebreaker for a near fall. Asuka goes for a running hip attack, but Lynch moves. Lynch then applies a Dis-Arm-Her on the ropes. Lynch and Asuka then fight it out on the apron before Lynch hits a reverse DDT.
We come back from the break to see Asuka hit Lynch with a superplex for a near fall. Asuka kicks her in the face for another near fall. Asuka immediately goes to an arm bar. Lynch fights out, but she soon gets caught in a triangle choke. Lynch gets to her feet and pulls Asuka up with one arm before slamming her. The momentum sends Lynch’s head into Asuka’s jaw. Lynch covers, but Asuka kicks out.
Lynch goes to the top rope for a diving leg drop, but Asuka moves. Asuka immediately goes to the Asuka Lock. Lynch struggles and prevents Asuka from fully applying it. Asuka rolls her up for a near fall. Lynch avoids a kick and rolls her up for a two count. Lynch grabs the arm, but Asuka rolls her up. Lynch then hits a uranage for the win.
Winner by Pinfall and still Raw Women’s Champion: Becky Lynch
All of a sudden, Shayna Baszler attacks Lynch from behind! She punches away at Lynch before applying the Kirifuda Clutch. Baszler shoves Lynch down and stands over her. Baszler clears the hair off the back of Lynch’s neck and bites down! Lynch screams in pain. When Baszler releases, her mouth is covered in blood from breaking the skin! Baszler leaves the ring as Lynch screams in pain. The referee checks on Lynch.
We go backstage to see trainers checking on Becky Lynch. She shouts that it’s just a flesh wound.
WWE 24/7 Champion Mojo Rawley is in the ring with Riddick Moss. The Street Profits come out and mock Rawley for riding Rob Gronkowski’s coattails.
Mojo Rawley and Riddick Moss vs. The Street Profits
The Street Profits make quick work of Riddick Moss, finishing him off with a double-team spinebuster/frog splash for the win. They’re calling the move the Cash Out.
Winners by Pinfall: The Street Profits
After the match, a shocked Mojo Rawley, who was never tagged in because the match was so short, gets rolled up by Moss. There’s no referee so they’re just doing the roll up for a few seconds. The referee then counts the pin, and Riddick Moss escapes with the WWE 24/7 Championship.
MVP makes his entrance. He’ll host the VIP Lounge, the first one in years, next.
We go outside to see Becky Lynch being brought to an ambulance. She does not want to go to the hospital. She kicks the door shut and shoves an EMT. Then she pulls another EMT out of the driver’s seat and drives herself to the hospital.
MVP is in the ring for the VIP Lounge. MVP says he shouldn’t have left, but it’s been 10 years. Here at the VIP Lounge, big things are still poppin’, little things are stoppin’, and the VIP Lounge is still for people better than you. MVP introduces Drew McIntyre to the ring.
Drew McIntyre comes out to a big reception and kicks through the rope barrier to the VIP Lounge. MVP says he’s done a lot and is going to WrestleMania. McIntyre says whenever someone mentions WrestleMania, he has to point at the sign. MVP says a lot of non-VIP people are saying that McIntyre is not ready to be WWE Champion yet. The crowd boos. MVP says they’re unimportant people. They go way back and will change that line of thinking. McIntyre asks why MVP said “we.” They did not win the Royal Rumble together. MVP says McIntyre’s best days are ahead of him while his in-ring days are behind him. MVP says McIntyre doesn’t need to worry about all the interviews and such that come with this. McIntyre needs somebody like him. The crowd boos. MVP shouts for them to be quiet. That’s why the crowd is out there and they’re in here.
McIntyre asks the crowd what they think, and the crowd doesn’t like it. McIntyre says MVP wants to be his advocate, his Paul Heyman. MVP says he’d be a better looking Paul Heyman. McIntyre says unlike Brock Lesnar, he doesn’t need an external brain thinking or talking for him. He definitely doesn’t need a business partner like MVP kissing his ass. MVP says he’s never been an ass kisser. He’s always been an ass kicker. McIntyre goes to walk off, so MVP grabs him by the wrist. MVP warns him not to turn his back while he talks to him. McIntyre gives MVP the Glasgow Kiss and throws a table out of the ring. McIntyre takes his shirt off to a big reception before counting down and hitting a Claymore Kick that sends MVP over a couch! McIntyre celebrates and mocks MVP’s taunt.
Video Package: Randy Orton viciously takes Edge out two week ago on Raw
Randy Orton will explain his action later tonight.
Zelina Vega says she’ll show everyone why Angel Garza is a man’s man. Footage is shown of Garza attacking his cousin Humberto Carrillo before hitting a Wing Clipper. Garza pulls the ringside mats back until Rey Mysterio ran down for the save. Garza attacked Mysterio from behind and gave him a DDT on the concrete floor. Garza is laughing and asks if the crowd saw that. Yes, he is a man’s man because no other man has measured up. He’s also a ladies man because no woman in the world can resist him.
Humberto Carrillo runs down and viciously takes him down before punching away at him. Carrillo hits another takedown and punches away at his cousin. Referee and security pull Carrillo back and pull him to the back. The referee tells Garza to get in the ring and face Cedric Alexander.