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WWE RAW Results – April 6th, 2020
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Tom shows us footage of Drew McIntyre celebrating his WWE Title win over Brock Lesnar after Night Two of WrestleMania 36 went off the air. Drew came back out to the ring with the title around his waist. Drew joined Sarah Schreiber in the ring for an interview.

Schreiber congratulated McIntyre and asked if the magnitude of the accomplishment has hit him yet even though it’s only been 20 minutes. Drew says it doesn’t feel real. He got his custom title plates and it’s real. Drew thanks Paul Heyman. He says Lesnar had a look in his eyes like he’d never seen from anyone before. Lesnar was ready to go to war, but so was Drew. Drew recalls how Heyman kept telling Lesnar to hit Drew with the F5 to keep him down. Drew says Heyman must not know him very well. He talks about being knocked down in his personal and professional life over the years, and how he never stayed down. He crawled to the main event of WrestleMania and with every F5, he stopped getting hurt and started getting angrier. Drew was determined to Claymore Kick Lesnar until he was unable to get back up.

Drew goes on but the music interrupts and out comes Big Show. Show has a referee by the arm, pulling him out to the ring. Show takes the mic and enters the ring, praising Drew for conquering the conqueror in the main event of WrestleMania. Show says now there’s an entire locker room of talented competitors with Drew in their sights. Show says this is a big world and Drew thinks he’s a big man, but he’s no giant. Drew says he knows where this is going. Show says he doesn’t know shit. He’s not challenging Drew for the title right now, or at Money In the Bank, but they’re both dressed to compete and they have a referee. Show calls Drew a bitch and tells him to ring the bell, let’s go.

Drew says he just fought Lesnar and he’s not fighting right now. Show taunts him and mocks him for just talking a lot. Show says he’s looking Drew dead in the eye and all he sees is fear. Show says Drew is afraid of him. Drew says this isn’t his first day, he’s not afraid of Show or anyone. He knows Show is trying to push his button. Drew is going to put it simply and slowly so Show can understand – there is nothing Show can say that will convince him to fight him tonight. Show slaps Drew in the face. Drew takes his title off and we get ready for the match.

WWE Title Match: Big Show vs. Drew McIntyre

The bell rings and this is for the title, supposedly taped right after Night Two of WrestleMania 36. Drew McIntyre unloads on Big Show into the corner.

Show fights back but Drew kicks him in the face. Drew charges but Show levels him to the mat. Show beats Drew around now, into the opposite corner. Show continues beating Drew around with big shots. Show with a scoop slam in the middle of the ring. Show talks trash while Drew is down.

Show stands on Drew’s back and bounces him on the bottom rope as the referee warns him. Show continues to manhandle Drew on the apron. Show scoops Drew again and slams him. Show with another big kick while Drew is down. Show keeps yelling at Drew. Drew fights back with strikes but Show delivers a big headbutt. Show keeps control and hits a big Vader Bomb from the corner but Drew kicks out at 2.

Show laughs and tells Drew to get up so he can make it hurt. Show with a big chop to the chest in the corner. Show with another big chop in the opposite corner. Drew is getting angrier. Show with another chop against the ropes, sending Drew down to the mat. Drew gets back up but Show delivers more big strikes to beat him down. Show with another scoop slam in the middle of the ring. Show continues yelling at Drew about the WWE Title. Show chokes Drew with the second rope now as the referee warns him.

Drew ducks the next big chop. Drew fights back now. Show goes for a chokeslam in the middle of the ring but Drew slides out. Drew scoops Show and slams him in the middle of the ring for a close pin attempt. Drew goes to the top now, waiting for Show to get up. Drew leaps but Show catches him in mid-air for a chokeslam. Drew kicks out just in time. Show can’t believe it.

Drew ducks the KO Punch by Show and comes right back with a big Claymore Kick in the middle of the ring. Drew covers for the pin to retain.

Winner: Drew McIntyre

After the match, Drew takes the WWE Title belt and holds it as his music hits. Drew gets down in Show’s face and then has his arm raised in the middle of the ring. The post-WrestleMania 36 edition of RAW goes off the air.

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