WWE Raw Results (11/4/19): Adam Cole vs. Seth Rollins

November 4, 2019
Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Long Island, New York

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Transcription by Josh Lopez

Paul Heyman & Brock Lesnar Promo 

Ladies and gentlemen, my name is Paul Heyman, and i’m the advocate for the conquerer of Cain Velasquez. The Velasquez vanquisher. The ultimate champion in World Wrestling Entertainment, Brock Lesnar. In case you don’t know, my client Brock Lesnar had enough of Friday Night SmackDown on FOX. My client Brock Lesnar has come to Monday Night Raw to hunt down Rey Mysterio. Now a few weeks ago, right after the draft, Raw traded Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross to SmackDown for two future draft considerations. Brock Lesnar has a no-cut contract because he has a jew for an advocate. WWE can’t fire Brock Lesnar. WWE has a substantial investment in Brock Lesnar and they have to endure the benefit of that investment, so Brock Lesnar’s contract has been assigned to Monday Night Raw.

That doesn’t mean Roman Reigns can quit SmackDown. It doesn’t mean Seth Rollins can quit Raw and switch brands. You want to know why? Cause Brock Lesnar is different, he has leverage and he’s special. Brock Lesnar is entitled to do whatever the hell he wants to do. I know what you’re thinking, does that make Brock Lesnar better than me? Yes ladies and gentlemen, Brock Lesnar is better than each and every single one of you. He’s better than everyone watching at home. He’s better than each and every one of those bitches in the back that think they’re tough guys that can take on Brock Lesnar. Which brings me to my point. Someone knows where Rey Mysterio is. So where’s Rey Mysterio?

Would you like Brock Lesnar to come over that rail and slap every man in this audience? What are you going to do? Yo, I’m from Long Island, i’ll slap him back. There’s nobody that’s man enough in this coliseum, on Long Island, or in that locker room to slap back Brock Lesnar. That includes Rey Mysterio, who wasn’t man enough to defend his punk son Dominic against the onslaught of “The Beast” Brock Lesnar. Someone is going to stooge him off tonight. Brock Lesnar is going to destroy Rey Mysterio tonight or else he’s going to turn the entire Nassau Coliseum upside down like an F5 has touchdown here in New York. Tonight is the funeral of Rey Mysterio’s career at the hands of the reigning, defending, undisputed, heavyweight champion of the world, Brock Lesnar.

First Match: The Kabuki Warriors vs. Charlotte Flair & Natalya 

Kairi Sane and Natalya will start things off. Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Sane with a forearm shot across the back of Natalya. Lockup in the center of the ring. Natalya applies a wrist lock. Sane reverses the hold. Natalya with a Spinning Bodyslam for a one count. Sane tags in Asuka. Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Natalya applies a waist lock. Natalya with a single leg takedown. Natalya applies a knee bar. Asuka transitions into an Ankle Lock. Natalya responds with a front face lock. Natalya tags in Charlotte. Charlotte pulls Asuka down to the mat. Charlotte poses for the crowd. Charlotte paint brushes Asuka. Charlotte goes for an Exploder Suplex, but Asuka blocks it. Charlotte ducks a clothesline from Sane. Natalya kicks Sane in the gut. Charlotte & Natalya with an Exploder Suplex/Snap Vertical Suplex Combination. The Kabuki Warriors regains control of the match during the commercial break.

Asuka applies a side headlock. Natalya with shots to the midsection of Asuka. Asuka runs into Natalya. Natalya tells Asuka to bring it. Shoulder Block Exchange. Natalya drops Asuka with a shoulder tackle. Asuka avoids The SharpShooter. Asuka heads to the outside. Asuka with a High Head Kick. Asuka rolls Natalya back into the ring. Asuka with the cover for a one count. Asuka applies an arm-bar. Asuka pulls Natalya down to the mat. Asuka tags in Sane. Asuka kicks Natalya in the gut. Sane delivers an Axe Kick. Sane follows that with a basement dropkick. Sane mocks Natalya. Sane with a disrespectful cover for a two count. Sane applies a straight jacket hold. Natalya with an arm-drag takeover. Sane dropkicks Natalya for a two count. Sane is distracted by Charlotte. Natalya rolls Sane over for a two count. Natalya tags in Charlotte.

Charlotte drops Sane with a shoulder block. Charlotte clotheslines Sane. Charlotte knocks Asuka off the ring apron. Charlotte unloads six knife edge chops. Charlotte with a Fallaway Slam. Charlotte is fired up. Sane side steps Charlotte into the turnbuckles. Sane goes for a Spinning Back Fist, but Charlotte counters with a BackBreaker. Charlotte hits The Natural Selection for a two count. Asuka put Sane’s foot on the bottom rope. Charlotte floors Asuka with a forearm smash. Charlotte rolls Asuka back into the ring. Charlotte drops Asuka with The Big Boot. Charlotte walks over The Kabuki Warriors. Charlotte lands The Double MoonSault. Charlotte dumps Asuka out of the ring. Charlotte hooks both legs for a two count. Charlotte argues with the referee. Asuka bounces Charlotte’s head on the second rope. Kabuki Warriors were cutting the ring in half.

Asuka tags in Sane. Sane stops Charlotte in her tracks. Sane repeatedly stomps on Charlotte’s chest. Sane goes for The Sliding D, but Charlotte counters with a Desperation Boot. Natalya and Asuka are tagged in. Natalya with a Side Russian Leg Sweep. Natalya knocks Sane off the apron. Natalya with a Discus Lariat. Asuka reverses out of the irish whip from Natalya. Natalya goes for The SlingShot Atomic Drop, but Asuka lands back on her feet. Asuka applies a side headlock. Natalya ducks a clothesline from Asuka. Natalya with a Snap German Suplex. Natalya goes for The SharpShooter, but Asuka counters with The Cross-Arm-Breaker. Asuka transitions into a Triangle Choke. Natalya locks in The SharpShooter. Sane drops Natalya with The Code Breaker. Charlotte Spears Sane. Natalya negates The Asuka Lock. Natalya with a single leg takedown. Natalya makes Asuka tap out to The SharpShooter.

Winner: Charlotte Flair & Natalya via Submission 

Brock Lesnar, Paul Heyman, Jerry Lawler, Dio Maddin, and Rey Mysterio Segment 

Second Match: Buddy Murphy vs. Cedric Alexander 

Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Murphy applies a side headlock. Murphy drops Alexander with a shoulder tackle. Murphy poses for the crowd. Alexander drops down on the canvas. Alexander leapfrogs over Murphy. Alexander ducks two clotheslines from Murphy. Alexander with a HeadScissors TakeOver. Alexander dropkicks Murphy to the floor. Murphy pulls Alexander out of the ring. Murphy runs Alexander into the ringside barricade. Knife Edge Chop Exchange. Murphy holds onto the ring skirt.

Murphy kicks Alexander in the face. Murphy drives Alexander shoulder first into the steel ring post. Murphy with the cover for a one count. Murphy applies an arm-bar. Alexander with shots to the midsection of Murphy. Murphy works on the left shoulder of Alexander. Alexander decks Murphy with a JawBreaker. Alexander with a forearm smash. Alexander with a chop/forearm combination. Murphy reverses out of the irish whip from Alexander. Alexander blocks a boot from Murphy. Alexander with a Discus Back Elbow Smash.

Alexander delivers The Neuralyzer. Alexander lands The Suicide Dive. Alexander follows that with a SomerSault Plancha. Alexander rolls Murphy back into the ring. Alexander hits The SlingShot FlatLiner. Alexander ascends to the top turnbuckle. Murphy catches Alexander in mid-air. Murphy goes for Murphy’s Law, but Alexander rolls him over for a two count. Alexander with The Michinoku Driver for a two count. Alexander kicks Murphy in the ribs. Murphy avoids The RoundHouse Kick. Alexander goes for The Neuralyzer, but Murphy counters with The V-Trigger. Murphy connects with Murphy’s Law to pickup the victory.

Winner: Buddy Murphy via Pinfall 

Seth Rollins & Triple H Segment 

Seth Rollins: So what’s next for Seth Rollins? Guys, it’s been a rough week. To be honest with you, it’s been a rough couple of months. And look, I’m not stupid, I hear you guys. I know plenty of you were thrilled that I lost to “The Fiend” at Crown Jewel. But to be honest with you, I don’t give a damn. That doesn’t concern me. What concerns me is that “The Fiend” took the Universal Championship over to Friday Night SmackDown. What concerns me is that Brock Lesnar is back on Monday Night Raw. At the top of the mountain with the WWE Championship.

What concerns me is that everything that i’ve worked for last year, to get that title off of Brock Lesnar and to change the culture on Monday nights to give guys like AJ Styles, Braun Strowman and King Corbin opportunities to step up to the next level. That’s all a wash. That’s all gone. It feels like we’re starting from scratch all over again. I know my thing is to redesign, rebuild, reclaim, but I don’t know if I got the energy for it this time. So what’s next for Seth Rollins? For the first time in a long time, I don’t know.

Triple H: You don’t know what’s next? It’s funny how history repeats itself. Seth whenever you don’t seem to know what’s next, our paths cross. It’s been that way for a long period of time. And a wise man recently said that if you don’t know what your future is, you have to go back and retrace the steps of your past. Maybe your past is your future. Let’s look at it. You and I go way back. The first time you came to me and you were unsure what’s next, you walked away as the first ever NXT Champion. You put that brand on the map. You were the foundation. When you didn’t know what was next, you came to me again and The Shield was born. When that ran its course, you came to me again and then you were the WWE Champion. It’s that way over and over again.

Seth Rollins: Are those things that you did for me, were they for my benefit or for yours? Just a question.

Triple H: Does it really matter? Cause at the end of it, every time you walked away a champion.

Seth Rollins: That’s a fair point.

Triple H: Now this is an interesting moment in time isn’t it? You don’t know what’s next, I do. I’m sure you saw what happen on Friday Night SmackDown. NXT rolled in there and ran roughshod on that joint.

Seth Rollins: You fired the first shot when the whole roster was stuck overseas, you know that.

Triple H: I do and that’s smart isn’t it? Right we walked in the door. We decimated them all. Another way of looking at it, could be that Adam Cole, the NXT Champion, beat Daniel Bryan in the middle of this ring. We made a statement that NXT is here and it’s real. We made a statement. NXT in this moment is on fire. The whole world wants to know what is NXT going to do next? After Friday night, they want to know here on Raw tonight. Clearly I didn’t come alone. So what is NXT going to do next? I’m here for different reason Seth because I want to know what Seth Rollins is going to do next.

Because what Seth Rollins does next, that will affect what I do next. You know Survivor Series is Raw vs SmackDown vs NXT and we have something to prove Seth. Maybe you don’t know what’s next. Maybe you don’t know if you have what it takes. Maybe you don’t know if you have the energy anymore, or the drive, or the passion, or the heart, or whatever it takes to motivate you, but I do. I know how to get you there. I always have. I know how to make you great. You know how this works Seth, better than anybody. Because you are either with me in this moment or you’re against me.

Seth Rollins gets distracted by The Undisputed Era. The OC makes their presence known. The raw locker room starts brawling with The Undisputed Era, Damian Priest and Dominik Dijakovic to close the segment.

Third Match: Andrade Cien Almas & Zelina Vega vs. Sin Cara & Carolina in a Mixed Tag Team Match 

Almas immediately attacks Sin Cara after the bell rings. Almas with a knee lift. Cara dumps Almas over the top rope. Vega trips Cara from the outside. Carolina with a Cannonball Senton off the ring apron. Cara rolls Almas back into the ring. Almas and Cara are knocked down after the commercial break. Almas stops Cara in his tracks. Almas blasts Cara with a knife edge chop. Almas puts Cara on the top turnbuckle. Almas with forearm shivers. Almas and Cara are trading back and forth shots. Almas goes for a DeadLift SuperPlex, but Cara blocks it. Cara with a Sunset Flip PowerBomb. Carolina and Vega are tagged in.

Carolina with two dropkicks. Carolina is fired up. Vega reverses out of the irish whip from Carolina. Carolina with a Flying Crossbody Block. Vega rakes the eyes of Carolina. Vega side steps Carolina into the turnbuckles. Vega with a leaping side kick. Carolina responds with a WheelBarrow FaceBuster for a two count. Cara clotheslines Almas over the top roe. Cara blocks a boot from Vega. Carolina hits The Gory Bomb. Cara lands The SomerSault Plancha. Vega kicks Carolina in the face. Vega with a Flying Hurricanrana. Vega plants Carolina with The Basement Rana to pickup the victory.

Winner: Andrade Cien Almas & Zelina Vega via Pinfall 

Fourth Match: Drew McIntyre vs. Rusev 

Bobby Lashley and Lana are watching this match from the stage. Rusev ducks a clothesline from McIntyre. McIntyre HeadButts Rusev. McIntyre slams Rusev head on two turnbuckle pads. McIntyre with a knife edge chop. McIntyre is mauling Rusev in the corner. Rusev clotheslines McIntyre. Rusev with clubbing shoulder blocks. Rusev is throwing haymakers at McIntyre. Rusev repeatedly stomps on McIntyre’s chest. McIntyre kicks Rusev in the chest. McIntyre drives Rusev back first into the turnbuckles. McIntyre tees off on Rusev. McIntyre is choking Rusev with his boot. Rusev kicks McIntyre in the gut. Rusev thrust kicks the midsection of McIntyre. McIntyre scores the elbow knockdown. McIntyre transitions into a ground and pound attack.

McIntyre with a knife edge chop. Rusev responds with a Fallaway Slam. McIntyre applies an arm-bar. Rusev gets back to a vertical base. Rusev starts building momentum. McIntyre hits The SpineBuster for a two count. McIntyre talks smack to Rusev. Rusev clotheslines McIntyre. Rusev decks McIntyre with a back elbow smash. Rusev with two clotheslines. Rusev with a running shoulder block. Rusev follows that with a spinning heel kick. Rusev poses for the crowd. McIntyre avoids The Machka Kick. McIntyre with a double throat thrust. McIntyre unloads a flurry of strikes in the corner. Rusev dives over McIntyre. Both men are knocked down after a double crossbody block. McIntyre and Rusev are trading back and forth shots. Rusev delivers The Machka Kick.

McIntyre tumbles to the floor. Rusev repeatedly slams McIntyre’s head on the steel ring steps. Bobby Lashley nails Rusev with his crutch which causes the disqualification. After the match, Lashley drives Rusev back first into the ringside barricade. McIntyre heads to the backstage area. Lashley slams Rusev’s head on the ring apron. Lashley rolls Rusev back into the ring. Rusev with rapid fire haymakers. Rusev sends Lashley shoulder first into the steel ring post. Rusev grabs the crutch. Randy Orton plants Rusev with The RKO. Ricochet storms into the ring. Ricochet with a shoulder block. Ricochet sends Lashley tumbling to the floor. Ricochet dives over Orton. Ricochet negates The RKO. Ricochet with a Step Up Enzuigiri. Ricochet dropkicks Lashley into Lana.

Winner: Rusev via Disqualification 

Becky Lynch & Shayna Baszler Segment 

Fifth Match: The OC vs. The Street Profits & Humberto Carrillo in a 6-Man Tag Team Match 

AJ Styles and Humberto Carrillo will start things off during the commercial break. Styles with clubbing shoulder blocks in the corner. Styles blasts Carrillo with a knife edge chop. Carrillo responds with a Flying HeadButt for a two count. Carrillo applies a wrist lock. Carrillo tags in Angelo Dawkins. Dawkins with a Flying Double Axe Handle Strike. Dawkins applies a wrist lock. Styles nails Dawkins with a throat chop. Styles tags in Karl Anderson. Anderson with two uppercuts. Anderson applies a side headlock. Dawkins leapfrogs over Anderson. Dawkins dropkicks Anderson. Dawkins tags in Ford. Dawkins bodyslams Anderson. Ford with a basement dropkick. Dawkins follows that with a standing splash. Ford into the cover for a two count.

Ford applies an arm-bar. Anderson drives his knee into the midsection of Ford. Anderson with an uppercut forearm. Ford leapfrogs over Anderson. Ford kicks Anderson in the face. Ford is distracted by Styles. Anderson attacks Ford from behind. Luke Gallows clotheslines Ford on the floor. Anderson rolls Ford back into the ring. Anderson hooks the leg for a two count. Anderson fish hooks Ford. Anderson tags in Styles. Styles kicks Ford in the gut. Styles targets the back of Ford’s neck. Gallows kicks Ford behind the referee’s back. Ford with rapid fire bodyshots. Ford dumps Styles out of the ring. Ford dropkicks Styles. Styles tags in Anderson.

Ford dropkicks Anderson. Anderson tags in Gallows. Gallows goes for a Belly to Back Suplex, but Ford lands back on his feet. Gallows drops Ford with The Big Boot. Gallows tags in Styles. Styles with a Leaping Corner Clothesline. Styles tags in Anderson. Anderson with a Leaping Head Kick. Anderson tags in Gallows. Gallows levels Ford with a Body Avalanche. The OC are cutting the ring in half. Gallows applies a rear chin lock. Ford gets back to a vertical base. Anderson punches Ford in the back. Anderson knocks Dawkins off the ring apron. Anderson uppercuts Ford for a two count. Anderson goes back to the rear chin lock. Anderson hammers down on the back of Ford’s neck. Ford blasts Styles off the apron. Ford sends Anderson shoulder first into the steel ring post. Gallows tags himself in.

Ford negates The ChokeSlam. Ford creates distance with a Running BlockBuster. Carrillo and Styles are tagged in. Carrillo with a forearm knockdown. Carrillo dropkicks Styles. Carrillo with a corner clothesline. Following a snap mare takeover, Carrillo with a low dropkick. Carrillo with a Rolling MoonSault for a two count. Styles fights out of the fireman’s carry position. Carrillo with a SpringBoard Enzuigiri. Carrillo follows that with The MoonSault for a two count. Dawkins delivers The Pounce. Gallows SuperKicks Dawkins. Ford dropkicks Gallows to the floor. Ford wipes out The OC with The SomerSault Plancha. Styles kicks Carrillo in the face. Styles with a forearm smash. Carrillo avoids The Phenomenal Forearm. Carrillo kicks Styles in the chest. Styles PowerBombs Carrillo. Styles uses the middle for leverage to pickup the victory.

Winner: The OC via Pinfall 

– Adam Cole Vignette.

Sixth Match: The Viking Raiders vs. The East Hampton Polo Boys 

Winner: The Viking Raiders via Pinfall 

WWE Survivor Series 2019 Match Card 

1.) Brock Lesnar (c) w/Paul Heyman vs. Rey Mysterio For The WWE Championship

2.) The Viking Raiders vs. The Undisputed Era vs. The Revival in a Triple Threat Match

3.) Becky Lynch vs. Shayna Baszler vs. Bayley in a Triple Threat Match

Seventh Match: Adam Cole (c) w/Triple H vs. Seth Rollins For The WWE NXT Championship 

Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Standing Switch Exchange. Cole applies a wrist lock. Rollins reverses the hold. Rollins backs Cole into the ropes. Rollins pats Cole on the chest. Lockup in the center of the ring. Stalemate in the corner. Cole shoves Rollins. Rollins drops Cole with a shoulder tackle. Rollins is throwing haymakers at Cole. Rollins clotheslines Cole over the top rope. Rollins with a SlingShot Pescado. Rollins slams Cole’s head on the ring apron. Rollins rolls Cole back into the ring. Rollins goes for The Buckle Bomb, but Cole lands back on his feet. Rollins thrust kicks the midsection of Cole. Cole avoids The Curb Stomp.

Rollins tosses Cole around the ringside area. Cole regains control of the match during the commercial break. Rollins with a knife edge chop. Cole responds with The Pump Kick for a two count. Cole talks smack to Rollins. Forearm/Step Up Enzuigiri Exchange. Rollins with a Discus Forearm Smash. Rollins SuperKicks Cole for a two count. Rollins with a running forearm smash. Cole launches Rollins over the top rope. Cole SuperKicks Rollins in mid-air for a two count. Cole goes for The Panama Sunrise, but Rollins lands back on his feet. Rollins BuckleBombs Cole for a two count. Rollins lands Two Suicide Dives.

Rollins rolls Cole back into the ring. Rollins with a SpringBoard Knee Strike. Cole responds with The Ushigoroshi for a two count. Cole drops Rollins with The Running Knee for a two count. Cole pulls down his right knee pad. Rollins avoids The Last Shot. Rollins rolls Cole over for a two count. Both men are knocked down after a double clothesline. Rollins with The SuperPlex. Rollins follows that with The Falcon Arrow for a two count. Rollins starts burning it down. The Undisputed Era attacks Rollins from behind which causes the disqualification. After the match, all hell starts breaking loose. Pier six brawl ensues with the RAW/NXT Locker Rooms. Ricochet with a SpringBoard Shooting Star Press to the floor. Keith Lee ends the show with a SomerSault Plancha.

Winner: Seth Rollins via Disqualification, but still WWE NXT Champion, Adam Cole 

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Author: Josh Lopez