Monday, August 10, 2020

WWE RAW Results - August 10, 2020

WWE RAW Results - August 10, 2020
Tonight's WWE RAW opens up with a graphic in memory of WWE Legend Kamala, who passed away at the age of 70 on Sunday. We cut to the standard RAW intro video.

- We go right to the ring and Samoa Joe is with a microphone. He hypes up this SummerSlam contract signing between Dominik Mysterio and Seth Rollins. Joe says this contract signing is a bit different because one of the competitors will be signing a contract that also makes him a WWE Superstar. Joe goes on and introduces Rollins first. Out he comes with Murphy. Byron says Joe must avoid a physical confrontation with Rollins tonight if he wants to keep his job, because Joe is not medically cleared to compete.

Dominik Mysterio is out next and he's carrying a kendo stick. Rollins isn't happy with this. Joe takes the stick and jokes that this will be safer with him. Joe and Rollins have words now. Rollins disagrees with Joe and rants about how he's given Dominik, Rey Mysterio and Aleister Black options but they all made the wrong choice, and that may go for Joe if he's not careful. Rollins goes on about how he's made sacrifices for the greater good. He wonders when this will finally be enough. Dominik says it's never going to be enough. Dominik says Rollins makes excuses for the ungodly things he does. He says Rey and Aleister aren't the same. Rollins uses the greater good as an excuse but the greater good he fights for is for himself, Dominik says. Rollins says Dominik is so ungrateful.

Rollins says Dominik is here about to live his dream as a WWE Superstar and doesn't even realize it's all because of Rollins. Rollins says he should be thanked. Dominik says Rollins is right - this was his dream but now his dream is to kick Rollins's ass at SummerSlam. Rollins laughs but Dominik stares him down. Rollins says we all know Dominik wouldn't last seconds in a standard wrestling match with him. Rollins says he's the best wrestler of his generation, so he's going to do Dominik a favor. Since Dominik seems handy with the kendo stick, Dominik can bring that or any other tool in the toolbox to SummerSlam. Rollins wants there to be no excuse for Dominik or his family when Rollins ends his career. They both sign the contract. Dominik also signs the contract making him a WWE Superstar.

Rollins congratulates Dominik and calls for a round of applause for the newest WWE Superstar. Now get the hell out of my ring. Rollins has a match with Humberto Carrillo next. He tells Dominik to grab a seat and take notes for what he's forcing Rollins to do in two weeks at SummerSlam. The music hits and out comes Carrillo.

Seth Rollins vs. Humberto Carrillo

Humberto Carrillo makes his way out and greets Dominik at ringside. Seth Rollins gets ready as we go to commercial.

They lock up and go into the corner. Rollins with a punch on the break and then he connects with double sledges to the back. Carrillo with punches and a clothesline followed by a springboard round kick. Rollins goes to the floor and Carrillo chops Rollins and connects with a forearm. Rollins sends Carrillo into the ringside barrier. Murphy tries to use Rollins distracting the referee to attack Carrillo but Dominik and his friend Ken stop Murphy. Carrillo with a spinning round kick. Rollins puts Carrillo on the turnbuckles to stop the punches from Humberto. Rollins goes for a belly-to-back superplex but Carrillo with punches to stop Rollins and he knocks Rollins to the mat.

Carrillo goes up top and Murphy is on the apron but Dominik hits Murphy in the leg with the kendo stick. Rollins with a boot when Carrillo goes for a moonsault. Rollins with a super kick followed by a power bomb and Black Out for the three count.

Winner: Seth Rollins

After the bell, Murphy attacks Mysterio at ringside and stomps away. Murphy rolls Mysterio in the ring and they double team him to boos. Mysterio avoids a Stomp and they keep fighting but Rollins and Murphy get the upperhand again. Murphy brings the kendo stick in the ring and unloads on Mysterio with it. Murphy rips Dominik's shirt off and Rollins continues the kendo stick shots. Rollins traps Dominik in the ropes and continues the beating, while taunting Rey Mysterio in the camera. Murphy also delivers shots to Dominik's back from the floor. The beating continues and we go to commercial with Rollins looking on from the stage with Murphy.

- We are back and the announcers talk about Dominik and the attack he endured from Seth Rollins and Buddy Murphy.

- We take a look back at what Retribution did last week on Raw and Smackdown.

In the Arena:

Zelina Vega says that everyone is asking her how should could drug Montez Ford last week, but she says you forgot about innocent until proven guilty. She says she had nothing to do with Montez' poisoning. Why would she ruin her associates biggest opportunity? She says Bianca can learn a lot about keeping her men in line. The Street Profits might want the smoke, but they want the tag titles.

The lights go down as Angelo Dawkins makes his way to the ring for the next match. But first... We go to commercial.

Andrade vs. Angelo Dawkins

Back from the break and Tom shows us footage of Big Show in Netflix's new "Game On: A Comedy Crossover" show. We go back to the ring and they're going at it. Back and forth to start for several minutes. Dawkins mounts offense and launches Andrade across the ring with an overhead suplex. Dawkins misses in the corner and Andrade beats him down. Andrade with the running knees to the face. Dawkins still kicks out at 2.

Andrade goes to the top but Dawkins catches him in mid-air on the way down with a big right hand. Dawkins covers but Vega gets on the apron and distracts the referee, spoiling the pin. Bianca Belair appears at ringside and pulls Vega off the apron to the floor.

There's chaos now as Andrade charges but Dawkins catches him with the Cash Out, driving him into the mat. Dawkins covers for the pin to win.

Winner: Angelo Dawkins

After the bell, Garza checks on Vega while Belair yells at him. Belair brings Vega into the ring but Vega retreats back to the floor. Belair stands tall in the ring and taunts Vega as we go back to commercial.

Zelina Vega vs. Bianca Belair

The match is joined in progress and Vega with a choke but Belair backs into the corner to escape. Belair counters another choke into a suplex. Vega tries to run away as she tells Bianca she didn't poison Ford. Belair blocks a crucifix bomb but Vega with a triangle choke. Belair goes for a one arm power bomb but Vega tries for a sunset flip and Belair stays on her feet and she sends Vega face first into the mat. Belair with punches and kicks in the corner. Vega uses the referee as a shield to connect with an eye poke. Vega with a tornado DDT for a near fall.

Vega with an axe kick and she tries for an Irish whip but Belair with an Irish whip of her own. Vega with a float over and she grabs the hair and sends Belair into the corner. Vega with a kick in the corner. Vega with a running double knee strike and she gets a near fall. Vega goes for another tornado DDT but Belair escapes. Vega avoids the KOD but Belair with an elbow. Vega with a head scissors that sends Belair into the ropes throat first. Vega goes to the turnbuckles for a cross body but Belair catches Vega and presses Vega over her head and drops her face first to the mat.

Vega pie faces Belair and Belair with forearms. Belair biels Vega across the ring by the hair but misses a shoulder into the corner and Belair hits the ring post. Vega kicks Belair and then punches her on the turnbuckles while telling Belair she didn't do it. Belair with a power bomb and then she drops Vega onto the top turnbuckle. Belair sets for KOD and hits it for the three count.

Winner: Bianca Belair

After the match, Charly Caruso ambushes Bianca in the ring for an interview. Charly asks Bianca about Zelina's claims she didn't poison Montez. Bianca says she knows it was Zelina. Charly asks for an update on Montez and Angelo says Montez won't miss the biggest party of the summer.

- We take a look back at the US Title Match from last week.

- We see MVP, Shelton Benjamin, and Bobby Lashley in the back as we go to commercial.

In the Arena:

Back from the break and out comes The Hurt Business - MVP, Bobby Lashley and Shelton Benjamin. MVP says this is a very different VIP Lounge because he's not in the mood to pop bottles. He and his colleagues would rather pop knees and ligaments.

MVP goes on about how there really is a conspiracy in WWE. He goes on about how he's a world class competitor and how is he supposed to win titles in these unsafe working conditions. He blames last week's lighting issues on WWE United States Champion Apollo Crews. MVP says the lights beat him last week, not Crews. MVP wonders where Crews is. He goes on and out comes Crews as the music hits. Crews dismisses MVP's complaints and brags about walking around with this expensive title MVP had created. MVP says all Crews does is make bad decisions. Crews says he's allowed to make bad decisions because he's a baaad man.

They continue trading shots on the mic. Crews, standing outside of the ring on the floor, goes on and says the only lights going out at SummerSlam will be MVP's. MVP orders Lashley and Benjamin to hit the floor and attack. Crews immediately runs in the ring and sends MVP out with Lashley and Benjamin. Crews picks up the VIP Lounge couch and tosses it out onto The Hurt Business. We go to commercial.

Shelton Benjamin vs. Apollo Crews

Crews goes for a toss power bomb but Shelton escapes. Benjamin runs Crews into the corner and connects with knees. Crews with a suplex for a near fall. Benjamin with a thrust kick and he goes for a power bomb and hits it. Benjamin gets a series of near falls. Benjamin with a neck breaker and he sends Crews to the floor in front of MVP and Lashley. They return to the ring and Benjamin chokes Crews in the ropes. Benjamin with a reverse chin lock. Crews with punches and Benjamin punches back. Crews with a cross body and both men are down.

Crews with an enzuigiri. Crews runs Benjamin into the corner and connects with shoulders and then hits a splash into the corner. Benjamin avoids a toss power bomb and Crews with a power slam and standing moonsault for a near fall. Lashley tries to trip Crews and Crews with a kick. Benjamin hits Crews from behind and gets a rollup for the three count.

Winner: Shelton Benjamin

After the match, Lashley immediately hits the ring and goes for the Full Nelson but MVP calls him off. MVP says he needs Crews' health at SummerSlam so he can take the title from him. MVP tells Crews that he's looking out for him. Crews responds with a big kick to the head, dropping MVP. Crews immediately retreats with his title as the music hits.

- Tom has some breaking news. He shows us footage from moments ago with RETRIBUTION throwing two cinderblocks through a front window of the WWE Performance Center. They were confronted by a security guard before that but they yelled at him and told him to go. Back to commercial.

Backstage:

We are back and Mickie James is in the interview area with Sarah. She asks Mickie about her big announcement. Mickie says she has gold on her mind. Lana and Natalya in their matching outfits show up and Lana asks how can Mickie lead the locker room without a Tik Tok. Natalya says she is the winningest female in WWE history. Lana suggests that Natalya be the Best of All Time... the #BOAT. Mickie talks about Natalya riding on her family's coat tails. She also tells Lana that boats sink.

- We take a look back at Raw Underground.

Backstage:

Ivar is backstage with Demi Burnett of The Bachelor. Erik, Cedric Alexander and Ricochet walk up, looking for Ivar to get ready for their match. Demi says it's her fault because they were talking. She thinks Ivar is cute, but Erik... not so much. Demi walks off and the others laugh at Erik. Back to commercial.

The Viking Raiders, Ricochet and Cedric Alexander vs. Akira Tozawa and His Ninjas

Back from the break and out come The Viking Raiders - Erik and Ivar. Cedric Alexander and Ricochet are waiting for them. WWE 24/7 Champion Akira Tozawa is also out with several of his ninjas.

The babyfaces start off destroying the ninjas with ease. This goes on for a few minutes as The Vikings, Cedric and Ricochet dominate the action. Tozawa looks to go grab his title and retreat as the squash continues. The Vikings finish off one of the ninjas with The Viking Experience, and cover for the pin to win.

Winners: Erik, Ivar, Ricochet and Cedric Alexander

After the bell, one of the ninjas escorts Tozawa to the ramp to safety. We see the ninja waving for a referee from the back it appears. A referee comes to the ramp as the ninja rolls Tozawa up to win the WWE 24/7 Title. The ninja removes his mask and it's R-Truth, who is now a 38-time champion. Truth runs away with the title as his music hits.

Backstage:

Charly Caruso is backstage with WWE Champion Drew McIntyre, asking about last week's comments on Randy Orton and if he will have an eye on Orton's match tonight. Drew says he wouldn't say something if he didn't mean it. He goes on about Orton taking out other people for self preservation, to make sure he's on top of WWE for many years to come. He took the torch from WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley years ago. Drew promises to rip that torch from Orton's hand at SummerSlam, kick him in the head as hard as he possibly can. Drew says Orton will realize that "Evolution" just passed him by. Drew goes to walk off but Caruso asks what happens if Kevin Owens happens to rip the torch from Orton tonight. Drew says if that's the case, he and Owens will be having a long talk about the future of RAW. Back to commercial.

Liv Morgan (with Ruby Riott) vs. Peyton Royce (with Billie Kay)

Back from the break and out comes Liv Morgan with Ruby Riott. We see what happened with The IIconics last Monday night. Out next are The IIconics - Peyton Royce with Billie Kay. The IIconics take the mic and start running Liv and Riott down, taking shots and bragging about how they've been shaping their iconic futures.

Liv goes to work to start the match but Royce shuts her down and sends her to the floor. Royce follows and rocks Liv. Liv blocks a shot into the apron. Liv unloads now, slamming Royce's face into the apron as the referee counts. Liv brings it back in but runs right into a spin kick from Royce for boos. Royce beats on Liv while she's down now.

Liv counters a shot and rolls Royce for 2. They both collide and go down in the middle of the ring as the crowd rallies. Kay ends up getting on the apron but Ruby gets her off. The referee sees Riott and this leads to a distraction to Liv. Royce takes advantage of the distraction and ends up hitting the Déjà Vu for the pin to win.

Winner: Peyton Royce

After the match, The IIconics celebrate and leave as the music hits. Riott joins Liv in the ring and it looks like there's some tension between them still.

- Shane McMahon approaches his giant security guard in the back, who is WWE Performance Center trainee Jordan Omogbehin. They are ready for tonight's RAW Underground fights, which Shane tells the camera is up next. Back to commercial.

- We are in the Raw Underground and Riddick Moss is fighting Cal Bloom while Shane tells us what is going on. They fight to the floor and against some metal grates. Moss with a head butt and punches and the referee stops the match.

Asuka vs. Bayley

Asuka will earn a SummerSlam title shot from Sasha Banks if she can win this match.

Asuka with a drop kick and biel. Asuka with a hip attack in the corner followed by kicks in the corner. Asuka with a snap mare and kick to the back for a near fall. Asuka slams Bayley's head into the mat and Bayley goes to the floor. Asuka goes to the floor and sends Bayley into the ringside barrier. Asuka sends Bayley back into the ring and she goes up top but Sasha distracts Asuka long enough to let Bayley stop Asuka on the turnbuckles. Bayley with a reverse power slam for a near fall. Bayley with punches. Bayley gets a near fall.

The lights flicker while Bayley has Asuka in a reverse chin lock. Bayley kicks Asuka in the corner. Bayley gets a near fall. Bayley kicks Asuka and Asuka with a back slide for a near fall. Bayley with a rollup but Asuka rolls through and Asuka with a kick to Bayley. The lights continue to flicker. Asuka with a German suplex and running hip attack for a near fall. Bayley blocks a hip attack and Bayley sends Asuka into the turnbuckles. Bayley misses a knee and hits the turnbuckles. Asuka with kicks while Bayley is caught in the turnbuckles. Asuka with a kick and she gets a near fall.

We go to commercial.

We are back and Asuka goes up top and hits a missile drop kick and she gets a near fall. Asuka with kicks to the chest. Sasha gets on the apron and that distraction allows Bayley to block a kick and apply an ankle lock with a grapevine. Asuka gets to the ropes. Bayley kicks Asuka in the back of the leg. Bayley with a KneeDT for a near fall. Bayley works on the leg and Sasha slams the leg into the apron when the referee is distracted by Bayley. Bayley gets a near fall. Bayley kicks Asuka. Asuka with a rollup for a near fall. Asuka with an octopus on Bayley but Bayley escapes. Asuka into a cross arm breaker. Bayley with an Indian Death Lock. Asuka escapes and applies an ankle lock into a knee bar and grapevines the leg.

Bayley with a rollup for a near fall but Asuka holds on to the knee bar. Bayley goes for a German suplex but Asuka counters into a lateral press for a near fall. Asuka with a Codebreaker. Asuka gets a near fall. Bayley with a forearm but Asuka with a series of strikes and a pop up knee. Asuka puts Bayley on the turnbuckles. Asuka with forearms and Bayley with a forearm to send Asuka to the mat. Bayley with an elbow drop for a near fall. Bayley with a back elbow and a sunset flip bomb into the turnbuckles. Bayley mocks Kairi Sane and sets for a Sliding D but Asuka with a Asuka Lock and Bayley taps out.

Winner: Asuka

After the match, Sasha tries to attack Asuka but Asuka gets out of the ring.

- Shane McMahon welcomes us back to RAW Underground. Arturo Ruas is on the platform now. Shane talks up Arturo's amateur background. The other fighter charges but Ruas easily sends him to the floor. He charges again but Ruas fights him off and slams him. Ruas pounds the other fighter and keeps him down. They're told to get back up and fight after Ruas dominates. Ruas ends up slamming the other fighter on his head, getting the win. Shane raises his arm as the referee checks on the losing fighter. Shane asks if anyone wants to take Ruas on. He says we'll see what comes up next. Back to commercial.

- We are back in the SweatBox with Dabba Kato against a much smaller opponent. Dabba goes for the ding ding and then punches his opponent.

Shayna Baszler shows up and goes face to face with Dabba Kato. Shane asks if anyone wants to face Shayna but no one accepts the challenge so Shayna grabs someone from ringside. A woman in an outfit similar to Nataly and Lana goes after Shayna but she stops them. A third woman attacks Shayna with a choke but Shayna stops them. All three go after Shayna and she stops all three of them.

- We go outside and Retriubtion has attacked a car that was on its roof. They run away.

- Randy Orton and Ric Flair make their way to the ring as we go to commercial.

Randy Orton vs. Kevin Owens

They lock up and Orton with a side head lock. Owens with a shoulder tackle and Orton goes to the floor. Orton pulls Owens to the floor and Owens with punches. Orton with a thumb to th eyes and he sends Owens into the ringside barrier. Owens sends Orton into the announce table and then they return to the ring. Owens kicks Orton. Owens with a wooo to Flair. Orton with a chop. Owens with an Irish whip and he avoids a clothesline from Orton. Orton blocks a cutter and Owens avoids an RKO. Owens sends Orton into the corner with a super kick. Owens with a super kick into the turnbuckles and then the ringside barrier. We go to commercial.

We are back and Owens kicks Orton. Owens with chops in the corner. Owens with more chops and punches. Orton goes to the floor and Owens follows. Orton sends Owens shoulder first into the ring steps. Orton sends Owens into the plexiglass and Orton breaks the referee's count. Owens is sent into the apron again. Owens gets back into the ring before the ten count. Orton with a kick to the ribs and Orton with the Garvin Stomp. Orton gets a near fall.

Orton with a reverse chin lock. Owens with elbows and forearms but Orton with a chop. Owens with a kick and Orton with a European uppercut. Owens with a clothesline and back senton. Orton goes to the floor when Owens goes for a pop up power bomb. Owens follows and Orton with a backdrop driver onto the announce table. Orton gets a near fall. Orton puts Owens on the turnbuckles and Owens with punches to Orton. Owens knocks Orton to the mat with a head butt. Owens with a Swanton for a near fall.

Owens waits for Orton to try for a stunner but Orton with an RKO for the three count.

Winner: Randy Orton

After the match, Randy asks for the mic. Randy tells Ric not to leave the ring yet. Randy says he wants to ask a favor of Ric. He wants Ric to stay put and they need to celebrate. We go to commercial.

We are back and Randy tells Ric that he has every right to be upset with him, but he can't be angry at the Nature Boy. He can't find it in his heart. This match wasn't necessary. He was in this fight with KO because your ego put me in this place. I can't be angry with you. You are the dirtiest player in the game. Randy says he has learned so much from Flair and Ric has been there with him. You are one of the reasons why I am in the ring after twenty years.

Randy asks Ric if he remembers Peoria, Illinois. He got into some trouble and nobody was there by his side other than you. You bailed my 22 year old punk ass out of jail.

I don't respect you and I don't love you anymore. You are a liability to me. Everything that I am trying to do and you are a liability. You took me under your wing so I could be the son you wish you had. Randy asks Ric if he is starting to cry. He tells Ric to sob like a little baby. You aren't the Ric Flair that everybody looked up to. You aren't the Ric Flair who taught him everything. The Ric Flair he looked up to wouldn't need a pacemaker. He wouldn't have been in a coma. He isn't a whore for the spotlight. You are washed up.

In a few weeks, I have a change to become a World Champion for a fourteenth time and that is all you had to worry about, but you care about yourself.

Ric says he is taking this personaly, but he has some things to tell Randy. The Ric Flair from 2001 is not here. Do I like the spotlight? Yeah. Do I like calling you the greatest? Yes. I am 71 years old and I am on Raw. I have people like Hogan asking him how is it. I want your approval. I want to be there when you win your 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th title. I want you to break my record, not John Cena's record. MY RECORD. Your dad knows about it.

You know what I went through. You are the greatest performer in the business today. Do you want to see me get emotional? After 31 days of being in intensive care and in a coma for 12 of them. When I woke up, I wanted to tell the people I didn't tell that I loved them. I called around and talked to everyone who mattered to me. I am not trying to take anything from you. I am Charlotte's dad and want to be part of Randy Orton's life. I am not Ric Flair again. I am a big fan of yours and I want you to break my record.

Orton hugs Flair and then he hits Flair with a low blow as the lights flicker a bit. Orton whispers something in Flair's ear as he winces in pain.

Orton looks around and he backs up. Orton lines up and the lights go out for a moment. They come back on and the lights go out as Orton kicks Flair in the head.

Drew McIntyre comes to the ring and Orton goes to the back.

Drew checks on Flair and he calls Orton an evil son of a bitch. Drew says he will get everything that he deserves.

RAW goes off the air with Orton and McIntyre staring back at each other.

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