July 22, 2019
Results thanks to wrestleview.com
“Then. Now. Forever.” The WWE video leads us into the show.
John Cena makes his way to the ring to kick off RAW Reunion! The crowd gives him a MASSIVE pop and chants his name when he gets in the ring. Cena says all he needed to do was be part of RAW Reunion and then the crowd would be nice to him. It’s great to be here tonight. Cena says he’s excited because Hulk Hogan will be here. Tonight, the 16-time one and only “Nature Boy” Ric Flair will be here. D-Generation X will also be here… as well as Stone Cold Steve Austin! All names get a huge reception.
Cena says he’s just like the fans. He couldn’t miss this. This is his home. It’s not just because he lives in Land-O-Lakes, but this company is and always will be his home. Cena says he’s not around as much as he used to be, but this is his heart and the fans are his family. Cena is just as excited to be standing in the ring as he was on day one. It’s time to get the show on the road!
The Usos make their way to the ring. They come down to the ring shouting, “Whoa!” Did Cena just say, “Day One?” Jimmy Uso says we’ve got John Cena in the building. Jey Uso says what would make RAW Reunion even more lit is The Usos and John Cena dropping some rhymes right now. A “YES” chant starts up. Cena shakes his head and goes to leave to boos. The Usos say the crowd came to see the Doctor. Who is this? Jey says this is John Cena, the cat that left us for the movie business. Cena gets back in the ring and prepares.
Cena says, “Respect for calling me out, but ain’t no way I’m getting bested. Y’all look just like your mugshots… how was it gettin’ arrested?” The Usos give a shoutout to Hillsborough County. Cena says, “Now everybody on your feet, let me hear you make some noise! That was fun, I gotta bounce. Y’all know you can’t see me.” The Usos hold him up and bring out their father, Rikishi!
Rikishi makes his way to the ring to his old Too Cool theme music. A big “Rikishi” chant fires up. Cena leaves the ring, but Rikishi tells him to back that ass up and turn around. Cena gets back in the ring. Rikishi says he knows with respect that John Cena is the man, but tonight he can’t let him leave fast and furious without busting a move. Rikishi asks the crowd if they’re ready, and they are. All four line up…
…and The Revival’s music cuts them off. The RAW Tag Team Champions make their way to the ring. They’re then joined by D-Von Dudley. It seems like there will be a match, next.
Hulk Hogan is backstage talking with Jimmy Hart. Hogan says he’s in his hometown and feels like he can beat anyone up. Hogan rattles off some names and tells Hart to “taste his pick.” Hogan then corrects himself and says, “Take your pick.”
WWE Hall of Famer Booker T will be on commentary for the next match.
Jimmy Uso starts against Scott Dawson. Jimmy hits both member of The Revival with back body drops before tagging Jey in. Jey splashes Dawson and hits a snapmare for a two count. Jey applies a side headlock, but he’s whipped off. Dawson quickly drops Jey on the top rope and tags in Dash Wilder. They hit a double-team guillotine catapult for a near fall. Dawson tags in and attacks Jey while mocking Rikishi at ringside. Dawson chops Jey and tags Wilder in. Wilder punches him. Jey goes to the top rope, but Dawson pushes him off to the floor.
We come back from the break to see Jey punching Dawson back. Wilder tags in, hits a snapmare, and applies a chin lock. Jey fights him off, but Dawson tags in. Jey sidesteps him and tags in his brother.
Jimmy comes in hot and hits a Samoan Drop. Wilder nearly rolls him up for the win, but Jimmy kicks out. Dawson tags in, and The Revival hits a double-team German Suplex uppercut for a near fall. Jey takes Wilder out of the ring. D-Von Dudley approaches, but Rikishi walks up to him. Dawson talks a little trash to Rikishi. Dawson turns into a superkick. The Usos then hit a splash for the win.
Rikishi poses with his sons, Jimmy and Jey Uso.
We’ll have A Moment of Bliss segment with Becky Lynch. Seth Rollins will also be on Miz TV. Rollins will also face AJ Styles.
Alicia Fox is talking with Dana Brooke and Kaitlyn about getting a bigger hat. Torrie Wilsonalso greets Fox. They’re then joined by Santino Marella. They ask him about his sister before asking about his little friend. Santino is confused until he shows the Cobra. Drew McIntyre walks up and scoffs while saying, “Legends.” McIntyre will be in action, next.
Charly Caruso is backstage with WWE 24/7 Champion R-Truth and Carmella. Footage is shown of his hijinks over the weekend at Comic Con. Renee Michelle walks up and says R-Truth ruined her wedding and marriage. Renee and Carmella exchange words, and Drake Maverick rolls R-Truth up to win the 24/7 Championship. Maverick and Renee run off.
The Godfather walks up to Charly Caruso and asks if she knows what time it is. It’s time, once again, for everyone to come about the ho train! The Godfather dances with Charly Caruso.
Replays are shown of Cedric Alexander upsetting Drew McIntyre in a match.
McIntyre attacks Alexander while he’s making his entrance and lays him out with a big boot. Alexander soon avoids McIntyre and kicks him in the head. Alexander then hits a moonsault off the second turnbuckle to the floor. McIntyre quickly throws him into the ring post and punches away at him. McIntyre then gives him an inverted Alabama Slam onto the apron. This match never started.
We’ll have a toast to Monday Night RAW later tonight.
The Viking Raiders will be in action, next.
Drake Maverick is hiding backstage and trying to quickly pack. Maverick opens up his suitcase to see it filled with worms. All of a sudden, the lights go red. The Boogeymanscares Maverick, and he falls back. The lights come back on, and The Boogeyman is gone. Pat Patterson walks in and asks what is going on. Patterson stomps Maverick and pins him with his foot to win the WWE 24/7 Championship!
Christian will be on commentary for the next match. Lilian Garcia returns to do the ring announcing.
Ryder and Hawkins try to start off with an ambush, but The Viking Raiders soon take over. They dominate Ryder and Hawkins with power moves, including Ivar hitting them both with a suicide dive. They hit the Viking Experience for the win.
Mike Kanellis is talking with Eve Torres backstage. Maria Kanellis freaks out. Eric Bischoffwalks up and says she can always come to Smackdown. Maria yells at Mike and says he should be rubbing lotion on her stomach to prevent her from getting stretch marks. What would happen to her modeling career? She’s the breadwinner of the family. Maria walks off. Ron Simmons walks up, looks at Mike with disgust, grabs Jimmy Hart’s megaphone, and says, “DAMN!”
Samoa Joe will be in action, next.
United States Champion AJ Styles is backstage with The Club. They’re calling themselves The OC. They say no legend or member of the roster will make a name for themselves at The OC’s expense. Styles says they’ll take Seth Rollins out and show they’re the most dominant group in WWE. Then, now, and forever is The OC.
Elsewhere backstage, Pat Patterson is laying down shouting, “Stooge!” Gerald Brisco has just pinned him to win the WWE 24/7 Championship. Brisco walks around celebrating when he runs into Kelly Kelly. She greets him with a hug and a kiss before kneeing him in the groin and pinning him to win the WWE 24/7 Championship.
Samoa Joe makes his way to the ring. Joe greets the crowd and says he’s here to point out a vile atrocity here in WWE. Tonight we come together in celebration for the RAW Reunion. We celebrate the longest running episodic television series going today. However shows like RAW Reunion are a plague to the WWE. Shows like RAW Reunion lets the WWE Universe put on their rose colored glasses to indulge their ridiculous addiction to nostalgia. Tonight they could have seen him in the ring doing what he does best by painting in brutality and sculpting in violence. Instead you got The Usos and their daddy spitting limericks at John Cena. It’s embarrassing.
Roman Reigns’ music hits, and he makes his way to the ring to a nice reception. Reigns says if Joe has something to say about his family, then he can say it. Joe says he wants to make it abundantly clear. Joe says doesn’t have anything to say about Reigns’ family. He already said it. Reigns says Joe is from the same island so he knows what happens next. Joe knows, but before they get into it…
Joe goes for a cheap shot, but Reigns blocks it and punches him. Joe quickly rakes the eyes and sends Reigns into the ring post shoulder-first. Reigns falls to the floor. Joe whips Reigns into the barricade and yells at him. Joe then sends Reigns into the barricade. Joe stands over him laughing. Joe jabs and head-butts him. Joe puts Reigns in the ring and continues to attack. Joe knocks him out of the ring and talks a little trash. Joe puts him in the ring, and Reigns hits him with a Superman Punch. Joe gets out of the ring and walks around. Joe teases getting back in the ring, but he quickly slides out.
Joe shouts, “You want to do this, Uce? You want to do this the right way?” Joe says he’s not doing a damn thing for the people. Joe walks off to the back. Reigns grabs the microphone and says, “Not all Samoans are cowards.” Joe says he’ll put a coward out right now and accepts a match.
The bell rings, and Reigns quickly attacks and sends him to the corner. Joe takes him down and attacks the injured left arm of Reigns. Joe hits a snapmare and applies a neck vice. Reigns fights up and hits the ropes, but Joe takes him down with a back elbow for a two count. Joe quickly pulls Reigns out of the ring (that looked vicious) and follows up with a big suicide dive.
Joe gets Reigns in the ring and punches him back. Joe knocks him out of the ring and goes for a suicide dive, but Reigns moves. Reigns then hits him with a Drive-By Dropkick. Reigns gets him in the ring and hits the clubbing blows in the corner. Reigns then big boots him down. Reigns goes for a Superman Punch, but Joe counters into an inverted atomic drop. Joe follows up with a big boot and a senton splash for a near fall. Joe goes for a Coquina Clutch, but Reigns charges the ropes to get Joe off. Joe gets in the ring, and Reigns hits him with a Spear for the win.
We’ll have a toast to RAW later tonight. We’ll also see A Moment of Bliss with Becky Lynch. Miz TV will also have Seth Rollins on. Rollins also faces AJ Styles later tonight.
The Miz makes his way to the ring for Miz TV, next.
The Miz welcomes everyone to the show and puts over his “Miz & Mrs” show coming back. His guest will face Brock Lesnar for the WWE Universal Championship at SummerSlam, Seth Rollins.
Video Package: Brock Lesnar beats Seth Rollins at Extreme Rules to win the WWE Universal Championship
Rollins is seen laughing at the footage. Rollins mocks how Paul Heyman says “Brock Lesnar” and talks about Lesnar’s appearance. Who wouldn’t want to be Lesnar? Rollins says he doesn’t want to be Lesnar. In fact, Lesnar is a Rollins wannabe.
Paul Heyman is backstage and says his name is Seth Rollins’ dose of reality. Heyman says Rollins sees himself in the mirror while Lesnar sees the reigning, defending, undisputed Universal Champion. Before Rollins says anything, Heyman reminds him that Rollins did the exact same thing with Money in the Bank to Lesnar. Rollins says he did and it took Lesnar four years to return the favor. Heyman rushes out to the stage, but Rollins tells him to keep quiet because he wants to stomp Heyman’s head through the ramp. Rollins counts down, and Heyman runs off.
Rollins says for the past 20 years, Heyman has built up Lesnar as a beast and a conqueror. That’s not true. Lesnar is a man and any man can lose. At SummerSlam, he’ll face Lesnar for the Universal Championship and Lesnar will lose. As for tonight, he prepares for matches by facing the best. Tonight, he goes one-on-one with AJ Styles and will burn it down.
Charly Caruso is backstage with the legends, including Brooke Hogan. Sami Zayn walks up and says these people aren’t legends. They’re people that happened to be there at the time. It’s like watching the Attitude Era through the Face App. They’re just as pathetic as the audience. They should all just go home and stay home. Rey Mysterio walks up and tells Zayn to show respect and remember who paved the road for him. Zayn says he’ll pave the road right through Mysterio. Kurt Angle comes up and says when he was General Manager of RAW, they’d settle problems in the ring. Mysterio agrees.
Kelly Kelly is walking backstage when she comes up to Candice Michelle. Melina is also there with Naomi. Melina says she just got her license. Kelly Kelly is confused. Melina reveals she got her referee license. Candice attacks Kelly Kelly and pins her to win the WWE 24/7 Championship. Alundra Blayze chokes out Candice to win the title. Blayze botches her line something fierce by calling it the “24 Title” and says she won’t be champion very long…
Jonathan Coachman will be on commentary for the next match.
They start off brawling until Zayn ties him up in the tree of woe. Mysterio fights back, but Zayn hits him with a sit-out powerbomb for a near fall. Zayn picks him up, but Mysterio counters into a botched DDT. Mysterio kicks him in the leg before ducking a pair of clotheslines and sending him into the ropes. Mysterio goes for a 619, but Zayn gets out of the ring. Zayn goes to walk off…
…but Rob Van Dam’s music cuts him off. RVD of Impact Wrestling stops Zayn. RVD is joined by Sgt. Slaughter, The Hurricane, and Kurt Angle. The four legends make Zayn get back in the ring. Mysterio kicks Zayn and sends him into the ropes for a 619. Mysterio goes to the top rope, does RVD’s taunt, and hits a frog splash for the win.
Later tonight we’ll see A Moment Of Bliss with Becky Lynch. AJ Styles also takes on Seth Rollins. We’ll also have a toast to Monday Night RAW.
We go backstage to see a limousine pull up. Out of the limousine steps Ric Flair, who has a cut on his forehead like he bladed. Flair will be out, next.
Montez Ford is looking for Angelo Dawkins backstage. Ford is seen using eye drops and coughing. Dawkins implies he was smoking weed with Rob Van Dam. Dawkins talks about all the legends he’s seen, and Ford is impressed. Dawkins then takes a call from The Godfather. Ford is jealous.
WWE 24/7 Champion Alundra Blayze makes her way to the stage. She says she told everyone she wouldn’t be 24/7 Champion for long. Blayze goes to throw the 24/7 Championship in the garbage like she did to the WWF Women’s Championship in 1995 on Monday Night Nitro… but “The Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase stops her. DiBiase says he’ll buy the title from her. DiBiase gives her some cash, and he buys the championship. DiBiase is the WWE 24/7 Champion.
Seth Rollins takes on AJ Styles, next.
Jerry “The King” Lawler will be on commentary for the next match.
This match is sponsored by Burger King, but they don’t say any jokes to Lawler.
They lock up, and Rollins hooks a side headlock. Styles whips him off, but Rollins shoulder blocks him down. They trade chops and punches with Rollins coming out on top of the exchange. Rollins hits a running forearm in the corner and stomps him down. Styles quickly drops Rollins on the apron, but Rollins snaps him off the top rope. Karl Anderson distracts Rollins, and Styles knocks Rollins to the floor. The OC goes to attack, but D-Generation X’s music hits. Triple H and Shawn Michaels join Rollins at ringside.
We come back from the break to see Rollins and Styles punch away at each other before Styles snaps him off the top rope. DX is watching from ringside. Rollins comes back with a Sling Blade and boots him back. Rollins hits a blockbuster before connecting with a springboard knee. Rollins then superkicks him down. Rollins kicks Styles and hits the ropes, but The OC sweeps the feet and attacks.
Rollins and DX stand in the ring with The OC. Styles says he’s just like Triple H and Shawn Michaels. The OC goes for the “Too Sweet” sign. DX thinks about it. Triple H and HBK put the “Too Sweet” sign up before doing “Suck it.” They brawl with The OC and clear them from the ring. The OC grabs steel chairs from under the ring.
Road Dogg, X-Pac, Kevin Nash, and Scott Hall come out to the stage. Hall and Nash are wearing nWo colors. Road Dogg introduces everyone and says with Chyna’s spirit they have seven. Wait, he forgot Billy. Road Dogg says math wasn’t his thing, but wants to introduce The OC to the OG’s. They need to get to stepping quick. The OC backs off and leaves the ring. They let Rollins do Billy Gunn’s line of “if you’re not down with that, we’ve got two words for ya” spot.
We’ll have a toast to Monday Night RAW later tonight.
Mark Henry is backstage talking with Mick Foley. We’ll hear from Foley, next.
Ted DiBiase is walking around with the 24/7 Championship, and he gets in a limousine. Noises are heard inside and a three count. Drake Maverick emerges as the new 24/7 Champion. Renee Michelle walks up, and Maverick says they can finally consummate the marriage. He’s chased away by RAW superstars.
Mick Foley is in the ring when the scrum of superstars and Maverick run in. Foley goes after Maverick, but Maverick escapes. Foley talks about the great times he’s had on RAW and shows footage of him winning the WWF Championship in 1999. All of a sudden the power goes out. The lights flicker, and The Fiend is in the ring! The Fiend applies the Mandible Claw to Foley! The lights go out, and Bray Wyatt is heard laughing.
Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross come out to the stage. Bliss says after what we just saw, we need a moment of Bliss. They introduce RAW Women’s Champion, “The Man” Becky Lynch.
Before anything can happen, Natalya’s music hits. She comes out to the stage and joins an angry Lynch. Natalya says if Lynch has anything to say, she can say it to her face. Natalya’s arm is still messed up. Replays are shown of the verbal confrontation Lynch and Natalya had last week on RAW.
Natalya says she met Lynch 14 years ago in Japan and is stunned how badly she disrespected her. Lynch says they may have been friends, but Natalya tried to cut her legs off when she debuted. Natalya even trained Ronda Rousey to try to help beat her in the main event of WrestleMania. This title is the scalp of the Baddest Woman on the Planet. They start brawling until referees pull them apart.
We’ll have a toast to RAW later tonight.
Charly Caruso is backstage with Natalya. Natalya says Becky Lynch thinks she started Women’s Revolution, but it was started off the backs of women like her. She’ll give Lynch the ass whipping of a lifetime and take the title at SummerSlam.
Drake Maverick is getting into a limousine with Renee Michelle when R-Truth rolls him up to win the WWE 24/7 Championship. R-Truth jumps into the limo… and drives off with Maverick’s wife. Maverick doesn’t realize it right away.
Braun Strowman tells the crowd not to blink because this won’t last very long. Strowman throws him twice before slamming him for the win.
We’ll have a toast to RAW coming up.
“The Nature Boy” Ric Flair makes his way to the stage and struts around. All the legends from RAW Reunion come out to the stage behind him.
Hulk Hogan joins Flair on stage and bows to him before posing for the crowd. Hogan says, “Well let me tell you something, brother!” Hogan says it is great to be here to celebrate RAW Reunion with his friends and Hulkamaniacs. Hogan apologizes to Mick Foley before saying he’s in his hometown of Tampa, Florida… brother. For all the maniacs that sported the red and yellow, he thanks them. What’cha gonna do when Hulkamania runs wild on you, brother? Hogan and Flair pose on the stage.
Stone Cold Steve Austin comes out to a MASSIVE pop! Austin blasts right through the line of legends and gets in the ring. Austin poses on all four turnbuckles and drinks some beers. Austin soaks in the loud applause and listens to the crowd chant his name. Austin tells them to give him a hell yeah, and they do. Austin asks again, but doesn’t get what he’s looking for. Third time is the charm. Austin says it’s good to be back in Tampa when time was lean. Austin says he’s not here to be sappy. All the people on the stage have shed blood, sweat, tears, nearly crapped and pissed themselves driving up the roads. From them to the ring crew and everyone involved in the production, they’re family. The crowd is family.
Austin tells a story about hanging out with Hulk Hogan for the first time drinking beer, doing podcasts, and eating sushi. Then he stayed up all night drinking every beer in the bar listening to Flair stories. Austin then ran into Ron Simmons and they hugged for a while to the point where maybe people thought they had something going on. The bottom line is none of this would have happened without the RAW Reunion. Austin loves everyone and thanks them. The legends get in the ring and Austin proposes a toast to RAW and the United States of America.
Austin says they only have a minute left. Austin says he was nervous to come out, but Jonathan Coachman told him to just be himself. That’s what he did. He won’t be writing any Christmas cards or any shit like that, but this was great. Austin toasts everyone to close the show.