Advertisements
You are here
Home > Raw > WWE Raw Results (5/27/19): You Hate Raw !

WWE Raw Results (5/27/19): You Hate Raw !

WWE Raw
May 27, 2019
Sprint Center
Kansas City, Missouri

You can follow me on Twitter @TheHootsPodcast

Transcription by Josh Lopez

Brock Lesnar, Paul Heyman, Kofi Kingston and Seth Rollins In-Ring Segment: 

Last week on SmackDown Live, Kevin Owens took out Big E and re-injured his knee. After Kofi’s match with Sami Zayn, you saw what Dolph Ziggler did. Ziggler brutalized him in and out of the ring. He tried to end Kofi’s career. Unfortunately he didn’t finish the job because Kofi’s standing tall. When the time is right, he will address Dolph Ziggler. Tonight, Kofi is here for Mr. Money in the Bank. Paul Heyman said that Brock chooses his opponent tonight. Kofi’s not only a fighting champion and one of the greatest of all time. What will validate that statement is defeating Brock. Kofi wants Brock to come out and cash in his contract on him tonight. Kofi gets interrupted by the WWE Universal Champion, Seth Rollins.

Rollins says that he’s better than Brock. Rollins likes Kofi’s way of thinking. He wants to know who will Brock cash in on. It’s time everybody for The Brock Party. Brock has turn the money in the bank briefcase into a mini boombox. Brock stares at Kofi while New Day music is blaring in the background. Then he turns his attention to Rollins. Rollins drops the mic and storms out of the ring because he’s not going to deal with any of Brock’s games. Paul Heyman says there’s no booing of his client, Brock Lesnar. It’s just like Seth Rollins to pee on everybody’s parade. His client, Brock Lesnar, was going to announce right here, right now, against whom he was going to cash in the briefcase against, but Seth Rollins had to ruin The Brock Party. Don’t blame them, blame Seth Rollins. Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman heads to the backstage area.

Dolph Ziggler & The New Day In-Ring Segment: 

While we get no answer from Brock Lesnar, Kofi exits the ring. Dolph Ziggler attacks Kofi from behind. Ziggler drops Kofi with The Zig Zag on the steel grate. Ziggler continues to beat down Kofi on the stage. The referee’s are trying to calm down Ziggler. Ziggler grabs a steel chair. Xavier Woods finally comes out to make the save. Ziggler and Woods starts brawling around the sprint center. Ziggler dumps Woods out of the ring. Ziggler rakes the eyes of Woods. Ziggler dumps Woods face first on the steel ring stairs. Ziggler delivers multiple chair shots. Ziggler starts choking Woods with the chair. Woods is grasping for air. Ziggler wraps a chair around Woods neck. Kofi Kingston storms into the ring to make the save. Ziggler retreats to the stage. Ziggler thought he knew Kofi. Kofi’s been wasting all of his time on whether or not Brock Lesnar is cashing in his money in the bank briefcase.

Kofi should’ve been worrying about Ziggler this entire time. In eleven days, Kofi defend that WWE title against him. Ziggler hopes Kofi does one thing.  He wants Kofi to celebrate like he’s never have before. Kofi is the best WWE Champion that he can remember. Every time Ziggler sees that title around Kofi’s waist, it reminds him that it should’ve been him. Ziggler admires Kofi. He’s had two friends to watch his back every step of the way. Some people said that Kofi was no better than a B+ player, but Ziggler defended him.  What happens when Kofi is no longer the WWE Champion? The millions of fans that look up to you since Day One? What happens to the fans when Ziggler takes that title from Kofi? It took a little bit longer than he wanted because at WrestleMania, it should’ve been him. At Super Showdown, it will be him.

First Match: Shane McMahon w/Drew McIntyre vs. Lance Anoai 

The McMahon family and The Samoan Dynasty have been pillars of the WWE community. It all comes down to respect. Respect was ingrained in him since a young age. It has not for Roman Reigns. That explains how Roman Reigns was able to strike down the patriarch of the WWE. What type of human being strikes down another man’s father? Look at who Roman is representing. It goes back to the High Chief Peter Maivia. Then you have is his grandson, The Rock, The Headshrinkers and The Usos. The two most vicious were The Wild Samoans.  Afa and Roman Reigns’ father, Sika. Shane grew up knowing Afa and Sika. He may know them better than Roman does. He had a front seat for all of their accomplishments and their mistakes. Shane is not going to disparage The Wild Samoans because that’s not in him. It’s not part of his DNA.

HIs father was always there to clean up Afa and Sika’s mistakes. Shane is here to represent the McMahon family and he is ready to fight. Who from the Samoan Dynasty will walk down that aisle will have to get ready to face the best in the world. It’s Roman Reigns cousin, Lance Anoai. Drew McIntyre pulls Lance out of the ring before the bell rings. McIntyre with a series of Running SpineBusters on the barricade, apron and steel ring steps. McIntyre drives Lance back first into the steel ring post. McIntyre with an OverHead Belly to Belly Suplex. McIntyre unloads a knife edge chop. The bell finally rings. Shane with a flurry of jabs. Shane thrust kicks the midsection of Lance. Shane is mauling Lance in the corner. Shane shuffles around the ring.

Lance displays his fighting spirit. Shane answers back with Muay Thai Knee Strikes. Shane continues to toy around with Lance. Lance dropkicks Shane. Lance tells Shane to get up. Shane drops Lance with a Spinning Back Elbow Smash. Shane follows that with vicious crossfaces. Shane makes Lance tap out to The Figure Four Neck Lock. After the match, McIntyre fires off another knife edge chop. Shane gets Lance trapped in The Figure Four Neck Lock. Shane says that Lance reminds him of Sika. Shane would be doing the same to Sika right now. The biggest mistake Sika ever made was spawning Roman Reigns. The Big Dog finally comes out. Reigns floors McIntyre with The SuperMan Punch. Reigns runs after Shane. Shane with a back elbow smash. Reigns responds with a Flying SuperMan Punch off the steel ring stairs. Shane is reeling in the corner. Reigns prepares for The Spear. McIntyre pulls Shane out of the ring.

Winner: Shane McMahon via Submission 

Brock Lesnar, Paul Heyman and Seth Rollins In-Ring Segment: 

The time has come for his client to inform one champion which champion Brock will be cashing in his briefcase against. Rollins immediately storms into the ring. This title is Rollins life. This is what he works for and it’s what he sacrifices for every day.  Brock made a mockery of this, not because of his beatbox, but because he’s a joke. Rollins is not afraid of Brock and he can beat him again right now. Brock used to be the most feared man in combat sports history.

Now he’s a coward hiding behind Paul Heyman.  He’s a shell of what he used to be. If Brock wants a chance to prove him wrong, prove it now. Rollins tells Brock to cash it in. Heyman reads the contract to the referee. Brock doesn’t know the rules that come with holding the money in the bank briefcase.  Brock paper slaps Heyman. Brock finally realizes that he has till a year to cash in his briefcase. Brock tells Rollins to screw himself and leaves the ring.

AJ Styles & Baron Corbin Backstage Segment: 

Second Match: Becky Lynch & Nikki Cross vs. The Iconics 

Cross and Kay will start things off. Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Kay predictably runs Cross into the turnbuckles. Kay tags in Royce. Cross avoids The Double Forearm Smash. Cross tells The Iconics to bring it. Strong lock up in the center of the ring. Cross applies a waist lock. Royce transitions into a side headlock. Royce follows that with a wrist lock. Royce puts Cross down to the mat. Royce applies an arm-bar. Cross rolls Royce over for a two count. Royce drives her knee into the midsection of Cross. Royce applies a side headlock. Royce transitions into another wrist lock. Royce taunts Becky. Cross with a deep arm-drag. Cross applies an arm-bar. Cross is finger tips away from Becky. Royce drops Cross with a knee lift. Royce punches Cross in the back. Royce tags in Kay. The Iconics are cutting the ring in half.

Cross applies a side headlock. Cross with a side headlock takeover. Cross dumps Kay out of the ring. Cross with a Wrecking Ball Dropkick. Cross with a Flying Crossbody Block off the ring apron. Cross is fired up. Kay applies an arm-bar coming out of the commercial break. Cross is throwing forearms at Kay. Kay answers back with a knee lift. Kay knocks Becky off the ring apron. Kay applies a front face lock. The referee is trying to calm down Becky. Kay kicks the right hand of Becky. Cross side steps Kay into the turnbuckles. Becky and Royce are tagged in. Becky with a High Head Kick. Becky with a Flying Forearm Smash off the second rope. Becky knocks Kay off the ring apron. Becky kicks Royce in the face. Becky with a Spinning Back Kick.

Becky hits The BexPloder. Becky follows that with a Running Forearm Smash. Becky repeatedly stomps on Royce’s chest. Following a snap mare takeover, Becky with a Flying Leg Drop for a two count. Kay drives Becky face first into the middle turnbuckle. Cross runs over Royce’s back. Kay drops Cross with a Big Boot. Royce with a Running Bulldog across the left knee of Kay for a two count. Royce is displaying her frustration. Becky locks in The Dis-Arm-Her. Cross pulls Kay off the ring apron. Cross clotheslines Kay on the floor. Royce rolls Becky over for a two count. Becky plants Royce with The ManHandle Slam to pickup the victory. After the match, Lacey Evans struts down the ramp. Evans has no time for the nasties in Kansas City.

Winner: Becky Lynch & Nikki Cross via Pinfall 

The Uso’s Block Party 

Third Match: Ricochet vs. Cesaro 

Cesaro launches Ricochet to the middle turnbuckle. Ricochet with a timely headscissors takeover. Ricochet is throwing haymakers at Cesaro. Cesaro shoves Ricochet into the ropes. Cesaro goes for a Big Boot, but Ricochet rolls him over for a one count. Cesaro drives his knee into the midsection of Ricochet. Cesaro with a straight right hand. Ricochet dropkicks the chest of Cesaro. Ricochet with a Step Up Enzuigiri. Ricochet hits The Space Fly Tiger Drop. Ricochet is fired up as we head towards the commercial break. Cesaro applies the abdominal stretch. Ricochet attacks the midsection of Cesaro.

Ricochet goes for a sunset flip, but Cesaro stands still. Cesaro with a Beautiful OverHead Toss for a two count. Cesaro follows that with a Standing Double Foot Stomp for a two count. Cesaro drives his knee into Ricochet’s back. Cesaro applies a rear chin lock. Cesaro with an elbow drop for a two count. Cesaro with a forearm shot across the back of Ricochet. Ricochet decks Cesaro with a back elbow smash. Ricochet negates The Cesaro Swing. Ricochet SuperKicks Cesaro. Ricochet with a running shoulder block. Ricochet follows that with a SpringBoard Clothesline for a two count.

Ricochet with a Standing Shooting Star Press for a two count. Ricochet drags Cesaro to the corner. Ricochet ascends to the top turnbuckle. Cesaro with Two Leaping European Uppercuts. Cesaro goes for a Delayed SuperPlex, but Ricochet blocks it. Ricochet with a High Head Kick. Ricochet goes for The 630 Senton, but Cesaro ducks out of the way. Cesaro uppercuts Ricochet into the turnbuckles for a two count. Cesaro goes for a Pop Up PowerBomb, but Ricochet counters with The Canadian Destroyer for a two count. Ricochet handstands onto the shoulders of Cesaro. Ricochet plants Cesaro with The Hurricanrana to pickup the victory.

Winner: Ricochet via Pinfall 

Fourth Match: The Miz vs. Braun Strowman vs. Bobby Lashley vs. Baron Corbin in a Fatal Four Way Elimination Match. The Winner Will Battle Seth Rollins For The WWE Universal Championship At WWE Super ShowDown 

Lashley and Corbin starts double teaming Strowman. Miz is throwing haymakers at Lashley. Lashley drops Miz with a FlatLiner. Strowman punches Corbin in mid-air. Strowman clotheslines Corbin over the top rope. Lashley dumps Miz out of the ring. Lashley applies a side headlock. Lashley goes for two shoulder tackles, but Strowman stands still. Lashley leapfrogs over Strowman. Strowman goes for a ChokeSlam, but Lashley bocks it. Corbin attacks Strowman from behind. Corbin bounces Strowman’s head on the top turnbuckle pad. Corbin and Lashley drives Strowman shoulder first into the steel ring post. Miz is teeing off on Corbin. Corbin shoves Miz. Miz ducks a clothesline from Corbin. Miz with a BackBreaker. Miz follows that with a Big Boot to Lashley. Miz drops Corbin with a NeckBreaker. Corbin and Lashley are on the receiving end of IT! Kicks.

Lashley avoids The RoundHouse Kick. Lashley kicks Miz in the gut. Corbin with a Belly to Back Suplex for a two count. Lashley with a running gut punch. Lashley with a NeckBreaker for a two count. Lashley drives Strowman back and chest into the ringside barricade. Corbin puts Miz on the top turnbuckle. Miz HeadButts Corbin. Lashley with sharp right hands to Miz. Miz knocks Lashley off the second rope. Miz is teetering on the top turnbuckle. Corbin and Lashley goes for a Double SuperPlex, but Strowman counters with The Tower Of Doom. Strowman with the cover on Lashley for a two count. Strowman with a Double ShotGun Dropkick. Strowman hits The Concrete Sledge. Strowman plays to the crowd. Lashley blasts Strowman with The Pounce. Miz goes for The Implant DDT, but Corbin gets in the way. Corbin and Lashley sends Miz crashing into the ringside barricade. Corbin and Lashley with a Double Suplex on the ramp.

Coming out of the commercial break, it’s still the Corbin and Lashley show. Miz with rapid fire haymakers. Corbin drives Miz chest first into the turnbuckles. Corbin goes for a Belly to Back Suplex, but Miz lands back on his feet. Miz rolls Corbin over for a two count. Miz sends Corbin tumbling to the floor. Lashley clotheslines Miz from behind. Lashley with a Delayed Vertical Suplex for a two count. Lashley uses the middle rope as a weapon. Miz bounces Lashley’s head on the top rope. Miz slides under Lashley. Lashley goes for a Vertical Suplex, but Miz lands back on his feet. Miz kicks Lashley in the face. Miz continues to bring the fight to Lashley. IT Kicks! in the corner. Miz unloads Two Corner Meteora’s. Miz delivers The Awesome Clothesline.

Miz with a right hand to Corbin. Miz dives over Corbin. Corbin hits Deep Six for a two count. Strowman with Four Body Avalanches. Strowman PowerSlams Miz on the ring apron. Strowman sends Corbin crashing into the time keepers area. Lashley with a flying clothesline off the ring apron. Lashley goes for The Spear, but Strowman blocks it. Strowman sends Lashley into the WWE Universe. Strowman and Lashley are brawling around the sprint center. This brawl eliminates Strowman and Lashley from the match. Miz with an inside cradle for a two count. Corbin goes for a ChokeSlam BackBreaker, but Miz rolls him over for a two count. Rapid Fire IT! Kicks in the corner. Miz with another round of Corner Meteora’s. Miz goes for The Awesome Clothesline, but Corbin counters with The End Of Days to pickup the victory.

Winner: Baron Corbin via Pinfall 

R-Truth Crashes The Uso’s Block Party 

Episode 5 Of The Butterfly Fun House 

The Electric Chair With Special Guest: Sami Zayn 

Fifth Match: Seth Rollins vs. Sami Zayn

Zayn scrambles out of the ring. Brock is chilling in his special locker room. Rollins chases Zayn around the ringside area. Zayn applies a side headlock. Rollins drops down on the canvas. Rollins with an elbow knockdown. Rollins unloads two knife edge chops. Rollins dumps Zayn out of the ring. Rollins continues to chop Zayn in the chest. Rollins slams Zayn’s head on the ringside barricade. Zayn is trying to catch a breather. Rollins clotheslines Zayn on the floor. Zayn begs for mercy. Rollins with a wrist lock takedown. Rollins backs Zayn into the turnbuckles. Rollins repeatedly stomps on Zayn’s chest. Zayn with a running clotheslines. Zayn with clubbing bodyshots. Zayn is putting the boots to Rollins. Zayn is choking Rollins with his boot. Zayn drives his knee into the midsection of Rollins. Zayn with a Seated Senton on the back of Rollins.

Zayn applies a rear chin lock. Rollins gets back to a vertical base. Zayn with another running clothesline for a two count. Zayn repeatedly kicks Rollins in the face. Zayn basks in his own glory. Zayn has complete control of the match. Third clothesline in this match from Zayn. Zayn kicks Rollins in the back. Zayn slaps the back of Rollins head. Zayn unloads two knife edge chops. Rollins ducks a clothesline from Zayn. Rollins kicks Zayn out of the ring. Zayn shoves Rollins face first across the steel ring post. Zayn with clubbing elbow smashes. Zayn continues to toy around with Rollins. Zayn and Rollins are trading back and forth shots. Zayn kicks Rollins in the gut. Zayn with a Vertical Suplex for a one count. Standing Switch Exchange. Zayn with three sharp elbow strikes. Rollins SuperKicks Zayn. Rollins with a chop/forearm combination. Rollins hits The SlingBlade.

Rollins kicks Zayn in the face. Rollins drops Zayn with a BlockBuster. Zayn wisely heads to the outside. Rollins with Two Suicide Dives. Rollins is favoring his left knee. Rollins is unable to deliver The Buckle Bomb. Zayn drops Rollins with a DDT for a two count. Zayn attacks the injured knee of Rollins. Rollins creates distance with a Turnbuckle FlatLiner. Rollins SuperKicks Zayn. Zayn avoids The Curb Stomp. Zayn gets Rollins trapped in The Figure Four Leg Lock. Rollins reverses the hold. Zayn grabs the bottom rope to create separation. Rollins negates The Blue Thunder Bomb. Rollins with a Step Up Enzuigiri. Rollins goes for The Ripcord Knee Strike, but Zayn counters with The Blue Thunder Bomb for a two count. Zayn puts Rollins on the top turnbuckle. Zayn goes for a SuperPlex, but Rollins blocks it. Rollins HeadButts Zayn. Rollins goes for a Frog Splash, but Zayn gets his knees up in the air. Zayn hooks the leg for a two count. Zayn pie faces Rollins. Open Palm Strike Exchange. Rollins and Zayn engages in rockers punches. Rollins blocks The Figure Four Leg Lock. Rollins plants Zayn with Two Curb Stomps to pickup the victory.

Winner: Seth Rollins via Pinfall 

Check Out Episode 157 of The Hoots Podcast 

Advertisements
Top
%d bloggers like this: