WWE Raw Results – February 11, 2019

Seth Rollins makes his way to the ring to a nice reception. He comes to the ring and stares at the WrestleMania sign. 

Rollins says he was going to come out here and talk about Brock Lesnar and WrestleMania, but he got a chance to watch that highlight reel from the past year. How about that ride? From running the gauntlet last year and lasting 65 minutes to winning the Intercontinental Championship and defending it on six continents… he was glad to share it with everyone. This was the year he finally felt like Seth Freakin’ Rollins. Rollins rode that wave of momentum all the way to the Royal Rumble and punched his ticket to WrestleMania. Rollins was on top of the world until the bottom dropped out the next night in the form of Brock Lesnar and six F-5’s.

The bad news is he is in a lot of pain from six F-5s. The good news is he took six F-5s and is still here. If he can stand, then he can fight. If he can fight, then he can Stomp. If he can Stomp, then he can beat Brock Lesnar. Rollins has been asked what is it worth to him. Rollins doesn’t care. If WrestleMania is the last match of his career…

Paul Heyman comes out to the stage and introduces himself. Heyman has a WrestleMania-level surprise for them. Heyman introduces Brock Lesnar but then says he is not here tonight and the crowd boos. Rollins says that’s no surprise to anyone – hopefully not going for the exact same storyline as last years’ WrestleMania. Heyman says ignorance is indeed bliss. Heyman is here to educate the crowd and Rollins. Rollins is operating under the misguided notion that all men are created equal. They’re not. Does Rollins really believe in his heart that his DNA matches Brock Lesnar’s DNA? Rollins is a top tier athlete and one of the best he’s ever seen… but Brock Lesnar is a Beast. Brock Lesnar is a predator. Brock Lesnar is a career killer. Brock Lesnar is a merciless sadist with an unrepentant soul. If Rollins goes into WrestleMania with the mindset that he’ll do anything including making WrestleMania the last match of his career, then he’s on a suicide mission. Heyman is giving him fair warning: if he walks into WrestleMania and tries to take the Universal Title from Lesnar, he’ll be the architect of his own demise. That is not a prediction. It’s a spoiler.

Rollins says Heyman is right, but what he doesn’t seem to understand is that he doesn’t care. Brock Lesnar has held this industry that he loves more than anything hostage for too long. Rollins will not stand for it anymore. Rollins doesn’t care if WrestleMania is a suicide mission. He’ll be that martyr. He’ll sacrifice his body, his heart, and sell his soul to the Devil. Rollins will burn in Hell to avoid having Lesnar continue on as Universal Champion. Rollins says that is not a prediction. It’s a spoiler. Heyman looks concerned and goes to the back.

That’s not all for Rollins though, because Dean Ambrose comes out and makes his way to the ring. Ambrose asks for the microphone, and Rollins gives it to him. Ambrose says he has one thing to say to Rollins: “Slay the Beast.” Ambrose nods at Rollins and sits in the timekeeper’s area. Rollins smiles and walks off.

*Commercial Break*

Ambrose is in the ring when we return, ready for a match, and his opponent makes his way to the ring.

EC3 Vs. Dean Ambrose

Ambrose quickly takes EC3 down and stomps him. Ambrose sends him into the ropes, but EC3 gets out of the ring. Ambrose chases him into the ring, and EC3 stomps away at him. Ambrose hits a flying back elbow. EC3 avoids an avalanche and clotheslines Ambrose. EC3 punches away at Ambrose and chops the chest. EC3 connects with a clothesline and hits a missile dropkick. EC3 connects with a suplex for a two count.

EC3 applies a trap hold, but Dean begins to fight up. Ambrose chops him before hitting the ropes, but EC3 scoop slams him down. EC3 drops an elbow and lifts him up. Ambrose slides off and sends him shoulder-first into the ring post.

Ambrose catches him with a clothesline, then another. Ambrose lowers his head and eats a kick, but he quickly comes back with a swinging slam for a two count. Ambrose goes to the top rope, but EC3 crotches him. Ambrose quickly catches him with an inside cradle for the win.

Winner: Dean Ambrose

Ambrose rolls from the ring to regroup after the match and he lays by the barricade.

We see Becky Lynch sitting backstage when Alexa Bliss walks up to her. Bliss tells her not to apologise and show weakness. Bliss says a lot of the girls in the back look up to her. Bliss tells her to not say sorry. Lynch says if she doesn’t apologise, then that frees up her place for the RAW Women’s Title at WrestleMania. Lynch asks if this has anything to do with the fact that Bliss wants her spot at WrestleMania. Bliss says she would never. She just wants to see Lynch be true to herself. Lynch says there isn’t a genuine bone in her body. Bliss says she can apologise and not be The Man. She’ll just be a sellout. Lynch says if she does apologise, the only thing she’ll sellout is WrestleMania. Lynch walks off, leaving Bliss gawking.

The Tag Team Champions, Bobby Roode & Chad Gable make their way to the ring to defend their titles!

*Commercial Break*

WWE Tag Team Championship Match

(C) Gable & Roode Vs. The Revival

Chad Gable starts against Dash Wilder after introductions. They lock up, and Wilder applies a side headlock. Wilder is whipped off, but he shoulder blocks him down. Gable soon comes back with a hip toss. Gable applies an arm bar, but Wilder fights up and hits a slam.

Scott Dawson tags in, but Gable takes him down and applies an arm bar. Dawson fights up, so Gable does some flashy moves and takes him down. Dawson uppercuts Gable and punches Roode. Roode fights him and Wilder off before Gable wipes out The Revival with a diving double clothesline. Gable and Roode then hit stereo back suplexes and the challengers roll from the ring.. Gable scales the top rope and hits them both with a moonsault! The Champs are in control as we head to a break.

*Commercial Break*

We come back from the break to see Wilder clubbing Roode. Dawson tags in, and Roode fights them off. Gable tags in and punches Dawson down before hitting a dropkick. Gable then takes Wilder down. Gable punches Dawson in the corner before taking Wilder down. Gable hits Dawson with an inverted atomic drop before giving Wilder a belly-to-belly suplex. Gable soon catches Dawson with a German Suplex bridge for a two count. Gable counters a sunset flip into a roll-up for a two count. Roode comes in and throws Wilder over the top rope. The Revival snap Gable off the top rope for a near fall.

Scott Dawson slams Gable down before dropping Wilder onto him with a legdrop for a two count. Gable fights off The Revival and nearly tags in Roode, but he’s stopped. Gable then takes Dawson down with a back suplex. Wilder pulls Roode off the apron. Wilder tags in, and they hit Gable with a double-team backbreaker/elbow drop combo for a two count. Dawson blind tags in while Gable hits Wilder with a German suplex, then hits Dawson with one as well. 

*Commercial Break*

We come back from the break to see Roode get tagged in. Roode takes them down and gives Wilder a front suplex onto Dawson. Roode shoulders them in the corner and goes to the second rope. Wilder moves. Roode throws Dawson out of the ring before catching Wilder with a spinebuster for a near fall.

Roode looks for a Glorious DDT, but Wilder rolls him up for a near-fall. Dawson tags in, and they hit a double-team Gory Special/clothesline for another near-fall. Roode rolls Wilder up while Gable hits Dawson with a cross-body but it’s another two count. They try for a neckbreaker/moonsault combo, but Wilder gets out. They then hit a blockbuster/German suplex, but Dawson breaks it up. The crowd are getting into this match big time.

Gable takes Dawson out and rolls Wilder up for a two count. Wilder goes to the top rope, but Gable cuts him off. They hit a powerbomb/diving clothesline combo and go for the pin… but Roode knocks Wilder into Dawson to break it up. All four men are down. A light “This is awesome” chant picks up. They get Roode out of the ring. Gable rolls Dawson up for a near fall. Wilder tags in as Gable looks for a springboard off the corner but he’s caught with the Shatter Machine and that’s it!!

Winners and New Raw Tag Team Champions: The Revival

To quote Corey Graves, “Yes! Yes! A thousand times yes!” Dawson and Wilder have finally reached the summit of the tag team mountain! They leave the ring with their titles as we see replays.

Dash and Dawson walk backstage after the match and Charly Caruso asks them how it feels. They gush about their big win. Dawson says no team around the globe is as good as them, then they hug and walk off.

Becky Lynch makes her way to the ring for her big decision.

*Commercial Break*

In two weeks time we will be having a 70th birthday party for the Nature Boy, Ric Flair!

We’re back with Lynch in the ring and out comes Triple H and Stephanie. All three are in the ring and Stephanie says it’s been a long night, and asks if Becky will let cooler heads prevail, and go on to main event WrestleMania. Triple H says, whether she believes it or not, they want this to work out. Stephanie says she meant what she said earlier, they want to see her Vs. Ronda because that’s a massive match that will make history. So she asks her again, if she will say those two little words, or throw away her moment in history.

Becky listens to the crowd’s mild chants for a minute but Triple H says not to listen to them, their opinions do not matter. He asks her what she wants. Lynch says she thinks the two of them don’t want her anywhere near that match. She says again, she does not trust them, and she got angry when she thought her moment was being taken away. But if all that’s keeping her away from her dream, then…”Stephanie, Triple H, I’m sorry.”

She says now that that nonsense is out of the way, they have a deal, right? She says if anyone stands in her way between now and WrestleMania she will deal with them. Triple H says they wouldn’t have it any other way and congratulates her before shaking her hand. They turn and leave. Becky asks “is that it?” and they say yes, that is it. Lynch is shocked, and says it’s set, The Man Vs. The Baddest Woman On The Planet in MetLife Stadium.

Speaking of whom, the Women’s Champion, Ronda Rousey comes out and gets into the ring. Before they can come face-to-face though, Vince McMahon comes out and whoahs them. He says he needs to get something off his chest. They could definitely be one of the greatest WrestleMania main events of all time. But he thinks they think they are bigger than WWE. And he doesn’t like bad attitudes, and that goes for both Becky Lynch and Ronda Rousey. He says Becky is not that man, he is still the man! He tehn tells Lynch that she is officially suspended for 60 days, which means she will miss WrestleMania! He follows-up by saying that they will need a replacement for that match; someone with charisma, ability and someone who knows to stay in their lane. And that someone is…

Charlotte comes to the stage while Becky is irate. She tosses her microphone and Vince introduces Charlotte, saying she will be the new Raw Women’s Champion after WrestleMania.

That’s it for this week’s Raw! Quite the ending right there. Let us know what you thought about that and be sure to come back tomorrow for more wrestling news and results. Until then, safe travels.