WWE Raw Results (10/11/21): Big E & Drew McIntyre vs. The Usos

October 11, 2021
Chase Center
San Francisco, California

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Big E, Drew McIntyre and The Usos Segment 

Drew McIntyre: You know, it seems appropriate The Scottish Warrior is kicking things off, right here in the home of the Warriors. I might not get to do this for awhile, so indulge me for a second, welcome everyone to Monday Night Raw. Now, we’re less than two weeks away from Crown Jewel with an absolute stacked line up. You can see the nice little set up on the stage over there. We’re gonna crown a King and a Queen.

We got Brock Lesnar versus Roman Reigns. No Holds Barred, Goldberg vs. Lashley. And the match that everybody is gonna be talking about, Drew McIntyre vs. Big E. Why are they gonna be talking about it? Because, once again, Drew McIntyre will become WWE Champion. But, E, I’ve waited months for this match. This is my last opportunity at the championship before I go to SmackDown and I sure as hell will not let it slip through my fingers. Now, I’ve got a little story from earlier today.

– Drew McIntyre gets interrupted by Big E.

Big E: Drew, I get it, I do. I understand why you want to be WWE Champion so badly. I for one have tasted the spoils of being champion, and, oh, they’re sweet, so sweet that I let the juices from the nectar drip down my chin, onto my neck and betwixt my nipples. You see, you, Drew, you are a specimen, look at you. You are incredibly accomplished. But you, my friend, you will never take this from me. Drew, the train has already left the station and you, my friend, you have two options. You could either jump on board or your big sword wielding ass can stay on those railroad tracks and get run smooth over.

Drew McIntyre: Alright, E, you talk about the spoils of being WWE Champion, the nectar, your nipples for some reason. That adrenaline rush you feel every night as champion. You remember that night when you won the title, how you felt when the referee counted three, when the fans went crazy? Even tonight, when Big E walked out here as WWE Champion, everybody cheered, remember how that made you feel? That was only five minutes ago. It feels damn good, doesn’t it? I’m a 2X WWE Champion.

You’re on cloud nine and you should be, but the reality is, I’m a 2X WWE Champion, I held the title for 300 days and I don’t know what that feels like. And I’m damn proud of everything I did as WWE Champion, leading the company through uncertain times, made sure everybody was entertained every single week. I loved every minute of it, but I’m still chasing my moment. My moment is gonna come at Crown Jewel. And just like I defeated Lesnar, Orton, Goldberg, I am gonna run through you, win back my WWE Championship, and there’s not a damn thing you could do about it.

– The Usos joins the conversation.

Jimmy Uso: Check this out.. Hey, I am pumped for this match right here. Hey, Jey, who you got?

Jey Uso: You know who I got. I’m rolling with Big E.

Jimmy Uso: You sure about that, because if Drew Mac hits that Claymore, I’m telling you right now, uce, it might be a wrap.

Drew McIntyre: Why the hell are you two even here?

Jey Uso: What we’re doing here? Man, we do what we want when you roll with The Tribal Chief, uce. The Bloodline got drafted to SmackDown, but The Bloodline is now in your city.

Jimmy Uso: So tonight, we’re sending out warning shots.

Jey Uso: Check this out, uce. We all know and their mamma knows, Roman Reigns is gonna beat Brock Lesnar at Crown Jewel for the Universal Championship, 100. What we’re trying to figure out right now is who is gonna be WWE Champion? Is it, Big E? Or is it, Drew McIntyre? Hey, Drew, be careful, uce, because you’re gonna end up in the crosshairs of The Tribal Chief on Friday nights, you understand? And he might add that WWE Championship to the trophy case, uce, yes sir.

Jimmy Uso: And, Big E, we already got plans for your boys, Woods and Kofi once they come to SmackDown. Oh, yeah. At Crown Jewel, if you beat Drew Mac, then it’s you versus Roman Reigns at Survivor Series. And if that’s the case, uce, The Tribal Chief already said it himself, you got the same death wish your boys, The New Day are facing. We’re the ones, uce. Get the shirt.

Big E: No, no, no, the two of you aren’t gonna come out here, bumping your gums and just walk away. I think I can speak on behalf of Drew when I say that …

Drew McIntyre: You absolutely cannot speak on behalf of Drew.

Jey Uso: Well, damn then, I’ll speak on behalf of The Tribal Chief. How about you two versus The Ones in a match, tonight?

Big E: I accept.

Drew McIntyre: You’re on.

The Usos shoves McIntyre into Big E. The Usos delivers Stereo SuperKicks to close the segment.

First Match: Xavier Woods vs. Ricochet In A First Round Match In The 2021 WWE King Of The Ring Tournament 

Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Woods applies a wrist lock. Strong lockup. Wrist Lock Exchange. Ricochet reverses out of the irish whip from Woods. Woods drops Ricochet with a shoulder tackle for a one count. Woods applies an arm-bar. Woods hammers down on the left shoulder of Ricochet. Woods goes for a Belly to Back Suplex, but Ricochet lands back on his feet. Standing Switch Exchange. Woods decks Ricochet with a back elbow smash. Ricochet dropkicks Woods for a one count. Ricochet punches Woods in the back. Ricochet unloads Three Mid-Kicks. Forearm Exchange. Ricochet repeatedly kicks the left hamstring of Woods. Woods with a chop/forearm combination. Woods sends Ricochet to the ring apron. Ricochet with a shoulder block. Woods knocks Ricochet off the top rope. Woods ascends to the top turnbuckle. Ricochet with two knife edge chops. Woods with clubbing blows to Ricochet’s back. Ricochet follows that with The SpringBoard SuperPlex.

Ricochet has complete control of the match during the commercial break. Ricochet whips Woods across the ring. Ricochet with a leg lariat for a two count. Ricochet kicks Woods in the back. Ricochet uppercuts Woods. Following a snap mare takeover, Ricochet dropkicks the back of Woods head for a two count. Ricochet with a straight right hand. Ricochet goes for a Vertical Suplex, but Woods blocks it. Woods with The GourdBuster onto the top strand. Woods with The Flying Double Foot Stomp. Woods follows that with The Flying Leg Drop for a two count. Woods hits The Double Knee GutBuster for a two count. Ricochet dodges The PK. Ricochet with a Roundhouse Kick. Ricochet with The Rolling Death Valley Driver. Ricochet blasts Woods with The PK. Woods regroups on the outside. Ricochet lands The SomerSault Plancha over the steel ring posts. Ricochet with Two Suicide Dives. Ricochet goes for a third Suicide Dive, but Woods ducks out of the way. Woods rolls Ricochet back into the ring. Ricochet kicks Woods to the corner. Woods connects with The Limit Break to pickup the victory.

Winner: Xavier Woods via Pinfall 

Second Match: Cedric Alexander & Shelton Benjamin vs. Mustafa Ali & Mansoor 

Shelton Benjamin and Mustafa Ali will start things off. Benjamin knocks Ali off the ring apron. Ali dropkicks Benjamin. Ali is throwing haymakers at Benjamin. Benjamin reverses out of the irish whip from Ali. Benjamin sends Ali chest first into the canvas. Benjamin tags in Alexander. Benjamin punches Ali in the back. Alexander talks smack to Ali. Alexander goes for a Belly to Back Suplex, but Ali lands back on his feet. Ali crawls under Alexander. Ali tags in Mansoor.

Mansoor clotheslines Alexander. Mansoor whips Alexander across the ring. Mansoor with an Inverted Atomic Drop. Mansoor kicks the right shoulder of Alexander. Mansoor with a Windmill Kick. Mansoor with a corner clothesline. Mansoor tags in Ali. Flying Double Foot Stomp/Belly to Back Suplex Combination. Ali dropkicks Benjamin off the ring apron. Mansoor lands The Suicide Dive. Alexander goes for The 450 Splash. Benjamin pulls Mansoor out of the ring. Alexander connects with The Michinoku Driver to pickup the victory. After the match, Ali shoves Mansoor into the canvas and storms out of the ring.

Winner: Cedric Alexander & Shelton Benjamin via Pinfall 

Third Match: Shayna Baszler vs. Dana Brooke In A First Round Match In The Inaugural WWE Queen’s Crown Tournament

Baszler sends Brooke chest first into the turnbuckles. Baszler with heavy bodyshots. The referee admonishes Baszler. Brooke dodges The Pump Knee Strike. Baszler decks Brooke with a back elbow smash. Brooke repeatedly slams Baszler’s head on the top turnbuckle pad. Brooke tees off on Baszler. Brooke goes for The Handspring Back Elbow Smash, but Baszler counters with The Kirifuda Clutch. Brooke rolls Baszler over for a two count. Brooke with The La Magistral for a two count. Baszler applies The Ankle Lock. Baszler denies the rolling head kick. Baszler sends Brooke face first into the canvas. Baszler connects with The Knee Lift.

Winner: Shayna Baszler via Pinfall 

Fourth Match: Matt Riddle vs. Omos w/AJ Styles

Riddle gets into a long conversation with Styles and Omos before the bell rings. He’s trying to lure out Randy Orton. Styles has had enough of Riddle’s games and wants the referee to ring the bell. Riddle ducks a clothesline from Omos. Riddle with clubbing mid-kicks to Styles. Omos pulls Riddle up to the ring apron. Omos throws Riddle into the canvas. Omos talks smack to Riddle.

Omos levels Riddle with The Body Avalanche. Omos Chokeslams Riddle for a two count. Styles grabs a microphone and says that he wants to see a Roundhouse Kick from Omos. Omos obliges. Omos connects with The Choke Bomb to pickup the victory. After the match, Randy Orton theme music plays. Styles and Omos starts looking for Orton. Styles tells Omos to get out of the ring. Orton appears behind Styles. Orton plants Styles with The RKO.

Winner: Omos via Pinfall 

Bobby Lashley Promo 

Unbelievable. You know, a lot of people ask me why I decided to challenge Goldberg to a No Holds Barred Match. But before I answer that question, did you see him stand in the middle of this ring and talk about ending my life? I mean, Goldberg said verbatim, I’m not only next, but that no holds barred match gives him a license to kill and that I am dead. This kind of behavior is not befitting of a WWE Superstar. It’s not befitting of a WWE Hall of Famer, and it’s not befitting of a father, which Goldberg claims to be. I mean, who do you have? Do you have somebody standing in front of you, dressed like a million bucks every week who has defended this WWE Championship the entire year or do you have this man that came in here with cut up sleeves on, throbbing at the mouth screaming about murder?

Really classy, really classy, to which is why I challenged him to a No Holds Barred matchup. Because I can’t go into a match, into a fight with a man that is screaming, throbbing at the mouth, acting crazy like some kind of rabid animal. The Icon of Goldberg has been reduced to a rabid dog. And although Goldberg has a strong bite, that dog needs to be put down. And at Crown Jewel, with no rules and no holds barred, I will finally end Goldberg’s career. No longer will Goldberg be running into Raw, prancing into here trying to beat somebody up and then riding off into the sunset. Oh, no, this won’t happen again. And I’ll tell you what. One more thing, Goldberg, there will be no misunderstandings. You can’t beat The Almighty. You can’t hurt The Almighty. And, Goldberg, you damn sure can’t kill The Almighty.

Fifth Match: Jeff Hardy vs. Austin Theory 

Hardy ducks a clothesline from Theory. Hardy kicks Theory in the gut. Hardy with heavy bodyshots. Hardy slams Theory’s head on two turnbuckle pads. Theory decks Hardy with a back elbow smash. Theory with a forearm smash. Theory sends Hardy to the corner. Hardy with a back elbow smash. Hardy with a flying double axe handle strike. Hardy kicks Theory in the gut. Theory denies The Twist Of Fate. Standing Switch Exchange.

Hardy goes for The O’Connor Roll, but Theory holds onto the ropes. Theory with The Roll Through Dropkick for a two count. Theory applies an arm-bar. Theory gets distracted by Reginald Thomas who’s getting chased by Drew Gulak, Drake Maverick, Akira Tozawa and R-Truth. Hardy with an Inverted Atomic Drop. Hardy with a double leg takedown. Hardy kicks Theory in the gut. Hardy connects with The Twist Of Fate. Hardy goes for The Swanton Bomb, but Theory ducks out of the way. Theory rolls Hardy over with a handful of tights to pickup the victory.

Winner: Austin Theory via Pinfall 

Sixth Match: Kofi Kingston w/Xavier Woods vs. Jinder Mahal w/Veer and Shanky In A First Round Match In The 2021 WWE King Of The Ring Tournament 

Mahal with a waist lock takedown. Mahal applies a side headlock. Mahal with a side headlock takeover. Kofi whips Mahal across the ring. Mahal drops Kofi with a shoulder tackle. Kofi drops down on the canvas. Kofi leapfrogs over Mahal. Mahal holds onto the ropes. Mahal with another shoulder tackle. Mahal brings Kofi to the corner. Mahal rocks Kofi with a forearm smash. Mahal with a straight right hand. Mahal repeatedly stomps on Kofi’s chest. Mahal with the irish whip. Kofi delivers The Missile Dropkick. Kofi with a flying forearm smash. Kofi tees off on Mahal. Mahal reverses out of the irish whip from Kofi. Kofi kicks Mahal in the face. Kofi with a Hurricanrana that sends Mahal to the floor. Kofi blasts Mahal with The PK. Kofi with The Trust Fall to the outside. Mahal regains control of the match during the commercial break.

Mahal applies The Abdominal Stretch. Kofi with The SOS. Kofi unloads two chops. Kofi dropkicks Mahal. Mahal dodges The Leaping Clothesline. Mahal kicks Kofi in the gut. Mahal sends Kofi to the corner. Kofi with a SpringBoard Crossbody Block for a two count. Mahal sends Kofi into the ropes. Mahal with The Double Knee GutBuster for a two count. Mahal drives his knee into the midsection of Kofi. Mahal puts Kofi on the top turnbuckle. Haymaker Exchange. Kofi with Two HeadButts. Kofi with The Frog Splash on Mahal’s back for a two count. Kofi follows that with The PK. Kofi hits The New Day Boom Drop. Kofi prepares for The Trouble In Paradise. Kofi gets distracted by Shanky. Woods with a flying forearm smash off the steel ring steps. Veer clotheslines Woods. Kofi answers with a Baseball Slide Dropkick. Mahal with The Rolling Crucifix for a two count. Kofi with The Pendulum Kick. Mahal catches Kofi in mid-air. Mahal connects with The Khallas to pickup the victory.

Winner: Jinder Mahal via Pinfall 

Seventh Match: Bianca BelAir & Sasha Banks vs. Becky Lynch & Charlotte Flair 

BelAir and Sasha can’t decide who they want to start the match. That leads us to a big shoving contest. Charlotte is watching in the background without a care in the world. Becky shoves BelAir into Sasha. Becky with clubbing blows to BelAir’s back. Becky inadvertently knocks Charlotte off the ring apron. Sasha grabs BelAir’s ponytail. Charlotte with a double leg takedown to Sasha. BelAir repeatedly stomps on Becky’s chest. All hell is breaking loose in San Francisco. The referees and officials are trying to clear this massive melee. Adam Pearce and Sonya Deville appears on the stage and says that this match will be restarted. Sasha and Charlotte will finally start things off. Standing Switch Exchange. Charlotte decks Sasha with a back elbow smash. Charlotte goes for The Figure Eight, but Sasha rolls her over for a two count.

Charlotte pops back on her feet. Sasha with a Hurricanrana. Sasha with a Cazadora Rollup for a one count. Sasha blocks a boot from Charlotte. Sasha with a knee lift. Charlotte with a BackBreaker. Charlotte throws Sasha into the canvas. Charlotte slams Sasha’s head on the top turnbuckle pad. Following a snap mare takeover, Charlotte walks over the midsection of Sasha. Becky tags herself in. Becky goes for a Running Leg Drop, but Sasha ducks out of the way. Sasha with a Running Meteora for a one count. Sasha ignores BelAir. Sasha and BelAir works on the left wrist of Becky. Becky avoids The Flying Double Axe Handle Strike. Becky with forearm shivers. BelAir sends Sasha crashing to the outside. BelAir ducks a clothesline from Becky. BelAir with Two Vertical Suplex’s. BelAir with a Running Frog Splash for a two count.

Charlotte talks smack to Becky. Becky reverses out of the irish whip from BelAir. BelAir tells Becky to kiss her ass. Sasha tags herself in. Sasha throws BelAir out of the ring. Sasha with a knee lift. Becky denies The Bank Statement. Becky applies The Dis-Arm-Her. Charlotte tags herself in. Becky clotheslines Sasha. Charlotte tells Becky to get out of the ring. Sasha drops Charlotte with The BackStabber. Becky and Sasha are trading back and forth shots. Becky uppercuts Sasha. Sasha blocks a boot from Becky. Sasha with a knee lift. Sasha applies The Sleeper Hold. BelAir pulls Sasha down to the mat. BelAir with forearm shivers. BelAir dumps Sasha face first into the top turnbuckle pad which forces the referee to call off the match. After the match, Becky hits The Exploder Suplex. Becky applies The Dis-Arm-Her. BelAir goes for The KOD, but Sasha gets in the way. Sasha with another BackStabber. Becky with a Spinning Back Kick. Sasha applies The Sleeper Hold. Back Elbow Smash Exchange. Becky negates The Backstabber. Becky with another Spinning Back Kick. Becky plants Sasha with The Uranage Slam to close the show.

Match Result: No-Contest 

Eight Match: Piper Niven vs. Natalya In A First Round Match In The Inaugural WWE Queen’s Crown Tournament 

Niven starts dancing after the bell rings. Natalya slaps Niven in the face. Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Natalya is throwing haymakers at Niven. Natalya tugs on Niven’s hair. Natalya applies a side headlock. Natalya throws Niven’s flower out of the ring. Niven sends Natalya into the ropes. Natalya lunges over Niven. Natalya with an overhand chop. Natalya continues to slap Niven in the face. Natalya whips Niven across the ring. Niven drops Natalya with a shoulder tackle. Niven goes for a Running Senton Splash, but Natalya ducks out of the way. Natalya runs over Niven’s back.

Natalya with a basement dropkick for a two count. Natalya argues with the referee. Natalya talks smack to Niven. Natalya punches Niven in the back. Natalya applies The Abdominal Stretch. Niven hammers down on the left knee of Natalya. Niven with a snap mare takedown. Niven levels Natalya with The Body Avalanche. Niven goes for The Running Cannonball Strike, but Natalya ducks out of the way. Natalya hits The Discus Lariat for a two count. Natalya is displaying her frustration. Natalya stomps on the midsection of Niven. Niven denies The Sharpshooter. Niven slaps Natalya in the face. Niven rolls Natalya over for a two count.

Winner: Piper Niven via Pinfall 

Updated WWE Crown Jewel 2021 Match Card 

1.) Roman Reigns (c) w/Paul Heyman vs. Brock Lesnar For The WWE Universal Championship

2.) Becky Lynch (c) vs. Bianca BelAir vs. Sasha Banks In A Triple Threat Match For The WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship

3.) Randy Orton & Matt Riddle (c) vs. AJ Styles & Omos For The WWE Raw Tag Team Championship

4.) Big E (c) vs. Drew McIntyre For The WWE Championship

5.) Goldberg vs. Bobby Lashley In A No Holds Barred Match

6.) Edge vs. Seth Rollins In A Hell In A Cell Match

7.) Mustafa Ali vs. Mansoor

Ninth Match: Big E & Drew McIntyre vs. The Usos 

Big E and Jimmy Uso will start things off. Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Big E sends Jimmy face first into the canvas. Big E with three elbow smashes. Big E brings Jimmy to the corner. Big E tags in McIntyre. Unicorn Stampede for a one count. McIntyre applies the chin bar. McIntyre grabs a side wrist lock. Jimmy HeadButts McIntyre. Jimmy drives McIntyre back first into the turnbuckles. Jey tags himself in. Jimmy with clubbing shoulder blocks. Jey with a flying forearm smash. Jey buries his shoulder into the midsection of McInytre. McIntyre reverses out of the irish whip from Jey. McIntyre kicks Jey in mid-air. McIntyre applies a front face lock. McIntyre with a Vertical Suplex for a two count. McIntyre applies a wrist lock. McIntyre tags in Big E. Big E with a gut punch. Big E applies The Abdominal Stretch. New Day Claps. Big E sends Jey into the ropes. Jey avoids the elbow knockdown. Big E ducks a clothesline from Jey. Jimmy with an Apron Enzuigiri. Jey uppercuts Big E. Jey tags in Jimmy. The Usos repeatedly stomps on Big E’s chest. Wish Bone Attack for a one count. Jimmy applies a rear chin lock. Jimmy with clubbing headbutts in the corner. Jey tags himself in. Jey repeatedly stomps on the midsection of Big E. Jey tags in Jimmy.

Jimmy taunts McIntyre. Jimmy with a straight right hand for a one count. Jimmy goes back to the rear chin lock. Big E with heavy bodyshots. Jimmy punches Big E in the back. Big E sends Jimmy into the ropes. Jey made the blind tag. Big E with an Overhead Belly to Belly Suplex. Jey launches Big E over the top rope. Big E sends Jey crashing to the outside. Big E goes for The Running Splash, but Jimmy ducks out of the way. The Usos throws Big E into the steel ring steps. The Usos has complete control of the match during the commercial break. Big E decks Jimmy with a JawBreaker. Big E blocks a boot from Jimmy. Jimmy with a Spinning Enzuigiri. Jimmy tags in Jey. Jimmy whips Big E across the ring. Double SpineBuster for a two count. Jey argues with the referee. Jey hits The Running StinkFace. Jey poses for the crowd. Big E side steps Jey into the turnbuckles. Big E with a Side Belly to Belly Suplex. McIntyre and Jimmy are tagged in. McIntyre with two clotheslines. McIntyre whips Jimmy across the ring. McIntyre with Two Overhead Belly to Belly Suplex’s. McIntyre ducks a clothesline from Jimmy. Jimmy rolls McIntyre over for a two count. McIntyre with The SpineBuster for a two count. Jimmy denies The Future Shock DDT. McIntyre HeadButts Jimmy. Jey tags himself in.

McIntyre kicks Jimmy in the gut. Jey with Two SuperKicks for a two count. Jey transitions into a ground and pound attack. McIntyre fights out of the fireman’s carry position. McIntyre with Two NeckBreakers. McIntyre pops back on his feet. McIntyre prepares for The Claymore. Big E tags himself in. Big E tells McIntyre to get out of the ring. Jey connects with Two SuperKicks for a two count. Jey is displaying his frustration. Jey goes for The Uso Splash, but Big E lands back on his feet. Big E goes for The Big Ending, but Jey lands back on his feet. Jey shoves Big E into McIntyre. Jimmy wisely pulls McIntyre off the ring apron. Big E drops Jey with The Uranage Slam for a two count. McIntyre pulls Big E out of the ring. Big E starts arguing with McIntyre. That leads us to a  quick shoving contest. Forearm Exchange. Big E slams McIntyre’s head on the steel ring steps. All hell is breaking loose on the outside which lead to Big E getting counted out. After the match, Big E and McIntyre continues to brawl on the outside. The Usos with Stereo Plancha’s. The Usos throws McIntyre into the ringside barricade. Jey tips over the announce table. Big E with an Overhead Belly to Belly Suplex on the floor. Big E blocks The SuperKick from Jimmy. McIntyre with an Overhead Belly to Belly Suplex of his own. Haymaker Exchange. Big E goes for The Big Ending, but McIntyre lands back on his feet. McIntyre plants Big E with The Claymore to close the show.

Winner: The Usos via Count-Out 

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Author: Josh Lopez