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WWE RAW Results – November 13th, 2023
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World Heavyweight Champion Seth “Freakin” Rollins is walking backstage when he sees Drew McIntyre. McIntyre says when Rollins told him that when he lost at Crown Jewel he’d have no one to blame but himself, Rollins was right. Rollins was also right when he said it might be the best thing that ever happened to him. There is something he’s been waiting to give Rollins since last Saturday. McIntyre extends his hand, and Rollins shakes it. McIntyre says Rollins represents the title well, and he’ll work his arse off to get another match. Rollins says he knows McIntyre will, and he walks off.

Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship: “The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes and “Main Event” Jey Uso vs. The Judgment Day (Finn Bálor and “Señor Money in the Bank” Damian Priest) (c’s)

Jey Uso will start the match against Finn Bálor. They lock up, and Bálor hooks a side headlock. Jey whips him off, but Bálor shoulder tackles him. Bálor hits the ropes, but Jey floors him with a back elbow. The crowd chants, “YEET.” Jey slaps Bálor in the face, and Bálor slaps him back. The two teams are fully in the ring and begin brawling. Rhodes knocks Priest out of the ring.

Jey reverses a whip to the corner, and Bálor hits hard before collapsing to his knees. Jey wrenches the arm and tags Rhodes in. Rhodes comes off the ropes with an elbow to the arm. Rhodes hooks the head and executes a beautiful delayed vertical front suplex for a two-count. Jey tags back in and punches the midsection. Bálor stumbles to the corner. Bálor kicks Jey in the midsection and puts him in his corner. Damian Priest tags in and uppercuts Jey down. Priest talks trash to Rhodes and throws Jey to the corner. Priest punches and stomps Jey down. Priest taunts the crowd. Bálor tags in. Priest kicks Jey, and Bálor follows up with a beautiful scissor kick for a near fall.

Bálor applies a chin lock. Jey fights up, but Bálor takes him down. Bálor punches and stomps him. Rhodes gets in the ring and stops Priest from getting in the ring. Jey sends Bálor out of the ring. Rhodes knocks Priest out of the ring and bounces him off the commentary table.

We come back from the break to see Jey fighting back against Bálor with some punches. Jey tackles him into his corner, and Rhodes tags in. Rhodes sends Bálor into the ropes and turns him inside out with a knee to the midsection. Bálor wrenches the arm, but Rhodes cartwheels through and applies a side headlock. Bálor whips him off, and Rhodes lifts him up. Priest distracts the referee, and Bálor uses the distraction to rake the eyes. Bálor gets Rhodes in the corner and tags Priest in. Priest punches away at Rhodes and takes him down. Priest peppers him with some stinging left jabs. Priest drives his boot into Rhodes’s throat and releases before being disqualified. Priest kicks him in the shoulder and punches him. Rhodes fights back, but Priest kicks him and sends him out of the ring. Bálor tags in and goes to ringside to chop Rhodes. Bálor puts Rhodes in the ring and gets him in the corner. Bálor punches and chops Rhodes. Bálor sends him to the opposite corner, but Rhodes boots him back. Bálor comes right back with an abdominal stretch. Rhodes fights out and goes for an elbow drop, but Bálor moves. Priest tags in and stomps Rhodes. Rhodes gets up and punches back at Priest. Priest levels him with a strike before sending him into the ropes, but he lowers his head and eats a kick. Rhodes hits the ropes, but Priest turns him upside down and hits a cradle tombstone slam for a two-count. Priest clubs the back and goes for a back suplex, but Rhodes flips through. Rhodes punches Bálor on the apron and tags Jey in.

Jey comes in and punches away at Priest. The crowd says, “YEET” after each punch. Jey punches Bálor off the apron. Priest puts Jey on the apron, but Jey kicks him back. Jey comes off the top rope, but Priest catches him. Jey fights it. Priest punches Jey, but Jey responds with a kick to the head. Bálor blind tags in. Jey takes it to Priest and hits the ropes, but Bálor sweeps the feet. Priest knocks Jey out of the ring, and Bálor viciously clotheslines him on the floor. Bálor and Priest taunt the crowd. Bálor drives him into the apron and punches him in the midsection. Bálor then sends Jey over the commentary table.

Back from the final break of the evening, Jey takes Priest down with an enzuigiri.

Rhodes and Bálor tag in. Rhodes punches away at Bálor. Bálor reverses a whip, but Rhodes hits a running forearm. Rhodes slingshots over him and hits a snap powerslam. Rhodes connects with a Disaster Kick and is fired up. Priest runs in, but Rhodes hits some stinging left jabs and his father’s Bionic Elbow. Bálor rolls up Rhodes for a two-count. Rhodes fights him and goes for a Cody Cutter, but Bálor catches him. Rhodes fights it and goes for Cross Rhodes, but Bálor fights out. Priest blind tags in. Jey also blind tags in. Rhodes avoids an avalanche from Priest. Jey kicks Bálor back and comes off the top rope with a cross-body block on Priest for a two-count.

Jey gets fired up and ducks an attack from Bálor. Jey superkicks Bálor down. Jey superkicks Priest, but he doesn’t go down. A second superkick takes Priest down. Jey goes to the top rope and hits an Uso Splash for a near fall!

Both men are down. The crowd is into this match. Jey gets to his feet and charges Priest, but Priest kicks him in the face before punching him down. Priest signals for the end. Bálor tags in. Jey gets out of South of Heaven and attacks Bálor. Rhodes gets in the ring and hits Priest with Cross Rhodes. Jey then hits Bálor with a Spear. Rhodes and Jey hit a flapjack/Cody Cutter combo. 1… 2… Priest breaks it up. Rhodes knocks Priest out of the ring and hits a suicide dive. Priest fights back and sends Rhodes into the LED ring post, which breaks into pieces. Priest then gives Rhodes the South of Heaven on the apron.

Jey takes out Priest and Bálor with a somersault senton. Jey puts Bálor in the ring and turns to see Drew McIntyre standing there. McIntyre angrily stares at Jey before leveling him with a Claymore Kick! McIntyre puts Jey in the ring and walks away. Bálor looks surprised by this and then covers Jey for the win.

Winners by Pinfall and still Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions: The Judgment Day

Replays are shown of Drew McIntyre giving Jey Uso the Claymore Kick to cost Jey and Rhodes the Tag Team Titles.

Drew McIntyre stands at the top of the ramp and stares down at the ring. Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley comes out and stands next to him. McIntyre looks over at her. Ripley extends her hand, and McIntyre shakes it! McIntyre smiles at her, and she smiles back. Rhodes and Jey do not look happy in the ring.

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WWE RAW Results – October 9th, 2023
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Drew McIntyre’s music hits, and the Scottish Warrior makes his way to the ring. Rollins says, “You’re not here to party, are you?” McIntyre shakes his head in the negative. Rollins says McIntyre wants a World Heavyweight Championship match, and McIntyre nods. Rollins says he just wanted one night. He’s a fighting champion, so he’ll go to the back for a moment and get ready. McIntyre tells him to relax. The party is still going on. People will jump Rollins in the parking lot, in the backstage area, at his hotel… anywhere. McIntyre wants him as close to 100% as possible. McIntyre wants to face Seth “Freakin” Rollins for the World Heavyweight Championship at Crown Jewel. Rollins says he’s not used to his challengers coming to his face and challenging him. Rollins needs help. Rollins asks Omaha if they want to see Drew McIntyre versus Seth “Freakin” Rollins for the World Heavyweight Title at Crown Jewel. The crowd cheers in the affirmative. Rollins says they’ve got themselves a match.

Drew McIntyre is pacing backstage. World Heavyweight Champion Seth “Freakin” Rollins comes up and says WWE Official Adam Pearce made their match for Crown Jewel official. Now Rollins wants to know what the hell is wrong with him. Damian Priest was attacking him, but McIntyre did nothing. Then the Money in the Bank contract appears, so he becomes a hero when it benefits him. McIntyre says he’s not getting involved in things that don’t affect him. McIntyre doesn’t care if Damian Priest attacks Rollins, but if he wants the title, that affects everyone. He doesn’t want what happened with the Bloodline on SmackDown to happen here. Rollins says he doesn’t have to worry because the Judgment Day couldn’t take the title from him and neither can Drew McIntyre.

Drew McIntyre makes his entrance. He’ll face JD McDonagh next.

-Commercial Break-

Drew McIntyre vs. JD McDonagh w/ NXT North American Champion “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio

The bell rings, and McIntyre steps up to McDonagh and towers over him. They lock up, and McIntyre easily powers the smaller McDonagh to the corner. McDonagh responds with a big chop to the chest. McIntyre is not pleased. McDonagh continues to chop McIntyre, who absorbs them all and gets angrier by the second. McIntyre chases McDonagh out of the ring and back in before hitting him with a massive back body drop. McIntyre connects with an overhead belly-to-belly suplex. McIntyre hits a second one before hitting a reverse neckbreaker. McIntyre kips up and gets fired up. Mysterio jumps up onto the apron, so McIntyre swats him away. McDonagh viciously chop blocks the knee of McIntyre a few times. McIntyre rolls out of the ring to recover. McDonagh charges him at ringside, but McIntyre turns him inside out with a clothesline on the floor. McIntyre gets McDonagh in the ring. The referee checks on him. Mysterio then sends McIntyre into the ring post. McDonagh kicks McIntyre in the face from the apron before hitting a beautiful Asai Moonsault. McDonagh gets him in the ring and comes off the top rope with a splash to the injured leg. McDonagh picks up a near fall. Mysterio tries to pull McIntyre out of the ring, but he kicks Mysterio over the commentary table. McDonagh goes to McIntyre, but McIntyre catches him with a Future Shock DDT. McIntyre goes to the corner, counts down, and crushes him with a Claymore Kick for the win.

Winner: Drew McIntyre
Ricochet is looking for Shinsuke Nakamura backstage. WWE Official Adam Pearce says Ricochet will be facing Nakamura next week in a Falls Count Anywhere Match. Ricochet is happy with that. In the background, it looks like Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley is talking with Drew McIntyre.
“Main Event” Jey Uso is warming up when Drew McIntyre walks up to him. Things get heated until Sami Zayn walks up. McIntyre walks off. Jey Uso says he appreciates Sami Zayn having his back, but it’s go time tonight. Zayn says he doesn’t need to be told twice.
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WWE RAW Results – September 18th, 2023
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“Main Event” Jey Uso vs. Drew McIntyre

They approach each other in the center of the ring. Jey Uso talks a bit and tells him, “Let’s go!” They lock up, and McIntyre shoves him off. McIntyre says if that’s all he’s got, this will be quick. They lock up again, and McIntyre powers him to the corner. Jey ducks a right hand and punches away at the midsection. Jey connects with a step-up enzuigiri. McIntyre reverses a whip to the corner, but Jey puts the brakes on. Jey charges, but McIntyre clotheslines him down. McIntyre puts Jey in the corner and chops him. McIntyre rips Jey’s shirt off and chops his bare chest. McIntyre stomps him down. McIntyre pulls him to his feet, but Jey responds with some punches. McIntyre reverses a whip to the corner, kicks him, and hits a snap suplex for a two-count.

McIntyre continues to strike him until Jey blocks a punch. Jey gets him in the corner and starts the 10 punches. McIntyre fights out and whips him to the corner. McIntyre chops the chest and sends him into the rope. Jey holds the ropes. McIntyre charges, but Jey sends him over the top rope before hitting a suicide dive. Jey gets in the ring and hits a second suicide dive.

The Judgment Day, consisting of Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions Finn Bálor and Damian Prieist, along with NXT North American Champion “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio, make their way to the ring to watch this match closer.

We come back from the break to see McIntyre punching Jey on the top rope. The Judgment Day is at ringside. Jey fights McIntyre, but he bounces back and hits a beautiful top-rope superplex.

Both men are down. They slowly get up and trade punches. Jey peppers him with some punches before McIntyre hits a Glasgow Kiss. Jey soon comes back with an enzuigiri and a Samoan Drop for a near fall. McIntyre rolls out of the ring to recover. Jey goes for a suicide dive, but McIntyre forearms him back. McIntyre heads to the top rope and dives, but Jey moves. McIntyre hits a spinebuster followed by a jackknife pin for a two-count.

McIntyre sends Jey to the corner, but Jey boots him back. McIntyre responds with a neckbreaker before kipping up. McIntyre counts down in the corner. “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio gets on the apron to distract the referee. Priest grabs McIntyre’s feet, but he pulls away. Jey superkicks McIntyre for a near fall. Priest and Bálor tell Jey to do this for the Judgment Day. Priest gets on the apron and talks to Jey before yelling at him. Jey superkicks Priest, Bálor, and Mysterio off the apron! Jey then turns into a Claymore Kick! McIntyre picks up the win!

Winner by Pinfall: Drew McIntyre
The Judgment Day gets in the ring and triple-teams Jey Uso. McIntyre watches from the ramp and looks conflicted. McIntyre then turns his back on Jey. McIntyre walks off, but then stops and thinks about it.

“The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes is a lot less conflicted as he runs down and makes the save for Jey Uso. Rhodes hits Mysterio with Cross Rhodes. The Judgment Day retreats. Rhodes helps Jey up as the show comes to an end.

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WWE SmackDown Results – February 10th, 2023
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We see Drew McIntyre and The Brawling Brutes backstage getting aggressive with each other. We go to commercial.

Hit Row vs. Sheamus and Drew McIntyre

Back from the break and Hit Row is already in the ring wrapping up their entrance – “Top Dolla” AJ Francis and Ashante “Thee” Adonis with “B-Fab” Briana Brandy. Samantha Irvin continues the introductions as Sheamaus and Drew McIntyre come to the ring next. McIntyre and Sheamus pose in the corner as we see video from this evening of Hit Row confronting Adam Pearce backstage about how Braun Strowman and Ricochet replaced Sheamus and Drew in the tag team tournament, and how Hit Row knows they would’ve defeated Sheamus and Drew to advance. Pearce then made this match.

The bell rings and Adonis talks trash to McIntyre. McIntyre levels him with a Glasgow Kiss headbutt. Drew launches Adonis across the ring with a belly-to-belly suplex. Drew calls for the Claymore Kick but Top Dolla pulls Adonis to safety.

Sheamus runs around the ring and levels Adonis with a shoulder. Dolla and B-Fab talk trash as Sheamus brings Adonis back in. Adonis nails a dropkick, then wraps Sheamus up in the ropes. Dolla with a cheap shot while Adonis distracts the referee. Sheamus comes back with the Irish Curse backbreaker.

Sheamus goes for 10 Beats of the Bodhrán to Adonis but he stops and decks Dolla as he charges at the apron. Sheamus then delivers 10 Beats of the Bodhrán to Dolla as fans count along, knocking Dolla to the floor. Sheamus intercepts Adonis and drops him with White Noise for a pop. Sheamus calls for the Brogue Kick now. Dolla comes in but Drew cuts him off with a Claymore. Sheamus with a Brogue to Adonis for the pin to win.

Winners: Sheamus and Drew McIntyre

– After the match, Sheamus and Drew stand tall as the music hits and we go to replays. They pose in the corner as the crowd cheers them on, but a video of The Viking Raiders and Valhalla begins playing on the big screen. The trio is around a fire. Valhalla says she hears the Gods and they are telling her they have chosen two warriors, once destined for greatness and now sentenced to sacrifice. We see Valhalla applying war paint to Erik and Ivar. Erik says Drew’s name, and Ivar says Sheamus’ name. Valhalla says the chill in the air is not winter approaching. Erik says it’s pain, Ivar says it’s suffering. Valhalla says next week it’s destiny. We go back to Sheamus and McIntyre, and they look a bit concerned but not too much. Sheamus and Drew go back to hyping the crowd up.

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WWE SmackDown Results – February 3rd, 2023
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Tag Team Match: The Brawling Brutes (Ridge Holland and Butch) vs. The Viking Raiders (Erik and Ivar) w/ Valhalla

Butch starts against Ivar. Ivar powers him to the corner and backs up. Butch punches back at him, but Ivar overpowers him and viciously beats him in the corner. Ivar whips Butch hard headfirst into the turnbuckles. Erik tags in and whips Butch hard to the corner. Butch quickly boots him back and goes for some joint manipulation. Erik fights out, so Butch chops him. Ridge Holland tags in and shoulder tackles Erik down. Erik gets out of a suplex and punches him. Erik attempts a suplex, but Holland blocks it. Holland hits a vertical suplex and tags Butch in. Holland gets Erik on the apron. Butch knocks Ivar off the apron. The Brawling Brutes then double-team Erik with the 10 Beats of the Bodhran. Butch goes for a plancha, but Erik moves. Butch goes face-to-face with Valhalla. Erik sends Butch headfirst into the barricade and hits a running forearm.

We come back from the break to see Butch snap Erik’s fingers and tag Holland in. Holland hits Erik with a pair of t-bone suplexes. Holland traps both arms and hits a belly-to-belly suplex. Holland sizes Erik up, but Erik knees him in the face. Ivar tags in and kicks Holland. Ivar sets up for a piledriver, but Holland counters into an Alabama Slam for a two-count. The feed from FOX flickered for a few moments.

Holland grabs Ivar, but Ivar powers him to the corner and viciously elbows away at him. Butch blind tags in and knees Ivar. Butch kicks him back, and Erik tags in. Butch hits him with an enzuigiri, but Erik responds by turning him inside out with a clothesline. Erik knees him in the face for a near fall. Ivar tags in. Holland pulls Erik out of the ring. Butch fights Ivar on the top rope and hits a super hurricanrana for a near fall. Butch goes to the second rope for a moonsault, but Ivar catches him (sort of) and powers him up. Butch slides into a sleeper hold. Erik tags in and knocks Butch down. Holland charges Ivar at ringside, but Ivar drops him with a spin kick. Ivar tags in. The Viking Raiders stare at Valhalla before hitting Butch with the Ragnarok for the victory.

Winners by Pinfall: The Viking Raiders

The Viking Raiders go up the ramp until Drew McIntyre and Sheamus come out. They attack The Viking Raiders and brawl on the stage. McIntyre sends Ivar into the LED wall. Ivar

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