WWE Raw Results – April 15, 2019

We get another buzzard in a box promo for Bray Wyatt.

EC3 Vs. Braun Strowman

Before the bell can even ring, Braun attacks EC3 and tosses him from one side of the ring to the other. He does the same again, before splashing him in the corner and throwing him to the outside. EC3 begins leaving up the ramp and Braun runs after and knocks him down. Strowman throws EC3 high into the air and into the LED wall. He then drags him across the stage, lifts him up and chokeslammed him through the stage beside the announce table!

No Contest

Becky Lynch’s music hits and she walks out, with Strowman still standing on the stage. She eyes Braun and grimaces at EC3’s carcass as she walks down to the ring.

*Commercial Break*

Becky Lynch Vs. Ruby Riott W/Liv Morgan & Sarah Logan

Becky Lynch takes her down before stomping her in the corner. Riott blocks a shot into the corner, but Lynch stops her as well. Lynch takes her down and poses. Lynch then hits Riott with a baseball slide. Lynch hits a clothesline off the apron before getting Riott in the ring.

Lynch quickly knocks Liv Morgan off the apron. Riott takes Lynch down for a two count. Riott punches away at her before hitting a snapmare and applying a neck vice. Lynch fights up, kicks her, and hits a pair of clotheslines before hitting a diving shoulder. Lynch connects with the Bexploder. Riott quickly drops her on the apron, but Lynch punches her back. Riott takes Becky to the top rope and slams her. Riott hits a second rope senton bomb for a near fall.

Riott goes to the top rope, but Lynch moves. Lynch applies the Dis-Arm-Her, but The Riott Squad pulls Riott out of the ring. Lynch hits The Riott Squad with a cross-body off the apron, then she gets Ruby back in the ring and catches her with the Dis-Arm-Her for the win.

Winner: Becky Lynch

Sarah Logan and Liv Morgan storm the ring but Lynch attacks them both. Lynch hits Morgan with a nasty Bexploder that lands her on her head. Lynch poses in the ring with her two belts.

Charly Caruso is backstage with Baron Corbin, Drew McIntyre, and Bobby Lashley. Corbin is hoping Charly got traded to Smackdown. She asks for speculation on who is coming from Smackdown Live. McIntyre says he doesn’t give a damn. All he wants is to get his hands on Roman Reigns. Corbin says Reigns might be riding high, but that’s over. They’re going to run Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns off RAW. Lio Rush asks after what Lashley did to Dean Ambrose, who would be stupid enough to team with Reigns and Rollins?

Natalya makes her way to the ring, where Becky Lynch is still standing.

*Commercial Break*

We’re back live and Natalya congratulates Becky on her big wins. She says, as a pioneer in WWE, she couldn’t be more proud of Lynch, Ronda, and Charlotte for main eventing WrestleMania. She says Lynch is the first woman to ever pin Ronda Rousey, and the first to win both Raw and SmackDown Live women’s titles. She says last week Becky said that she expects an avalanche of challengers for both titles and she’ll have to sleep with one eye open. But she’s here to tell her face-to-face that she’s the best there is, the best there was, and the best there ever will be, and that she’s coming for the Raw Women’s Championship.

Lynch says she gets it. She’s spent lots of time with overlooked women, being one herself. And she knew as soon as she won those titles, she’d be hunted down by all those women. She says they’ve had very similar paths, travelling the world as teenagers to get to where they are. And Nattie has paved the way for all of the women today, so it would be an honour…

Lacey Evans comes to the stage and says she admires Natalya’s determination. However the Raw Women’s Championship could never be around the waist of a classless has-been. And now they need to stop talking about potential matches, because a lady knows how to influence and get what she wants. And now that’s she officially on Raw, she has the authority via the McMahon’s to announce that she Natalya’s next match will be against her. And the winner of that, will be number one contender for Becky’s Raw Women’s Championship.

Natalya Vs. Lacey Evans

The bell rings and Natalya takes a hold of Lacey, but the ex-marine shrugs her off. Natalya bounces Lacey off of the ropes with an atomic drop, followed by a basement dropkick. Natalya hits a discus clothesline before tossing Evans from the ring.

*Commercial Break*

We come back from the break to see Natalya take Evans down and attempt a Sharpshooter, but Evans gets away. Natalya hits a baseball slide, then slaps her in the face. Natalya gets Evans in the ring and powers her to the corner. Natalya punches away at her before the referee backs her up.

Evans stomps Natalya and bounces her head off the bottom turnbuckle. Becky Lynch is seen watching on from backstage. Evans then applies a chin lock. Natalya fights up and catches her with an inside cradle for a two count. Evans goes back to the chin lock. Evans cinches it in, but Natalya gets out. Natalya boots her back and hits a Discus Clothesline. Natalya then applies a Sharpshooter. Evans tries to get to the bottom rope, but Natalya pulls her to the center of the ring. Evans refuses to tap out and gets to the bottom rope. Evans rolls out of the ring to regroup.

Natalya powers her into the barricade and slaps her. Natalya gets her in the ring, but Evans hits the Woman’s Right. Evans then kills her with a big moonsault for the win.

Winner: Lacey Evans

Drew McIntyre makes his way to the ring, followed by his tag team partners for the main event.

*Commercial Break*

We see a video of a creepy dollhouse is shown with flickering lights, a rocking horse back, and then a rocking chair with a ventriloquist dummy sitting in it. It’s a girl dummy that starts to laugh before the shot ends.

Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns come to the ring, followed by their partner from SmackDown Live:

*Commercial Break*

Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, & AJ Styles Vs. Baron Corbin, Bobby Lashley, & Drew McIntyre W/Lio Rush

Bobby Lashley starts against Seth Rollins. Lashley punches him to the corner, but Rollins fights out. Roman Reigns tags in, and they hit Lashley with a double-team wishbone split. Reigns punches Lashley to the corner, and AJ Styles tags in to a pop.

Styles punches away at Lashley, but he’s gets forced to the corner. Corbin tags in but Styles chops him. An “AJ Styles” chant picks up. Styles leapfrogs Corbin and connects with a dropkick. Drew McIntyre then tags in and he points at Reigns. Styles tags Reigns in and they circle each other.

Reigns punches McIntyre but the Scottish Psychopath kicks him, but Reigns comes back with an uppercut. Reigns clubs away at him in the corner before hitting the ropes, but McIntyre counters with a belly-to-belly overhead suplex. McIntyre connects with the Glasgow Kiss for a near fall. McIntyre catches Reigns with a suplex for a two count. McIntyre climbs atop Roman and unloads some punches before throwing him out of the ring.

Corbin tags in, and he backs Reigns into the barricade. Corbin whips him into the barricade, and McIntyre talks a little trash to Reigns. Corbin gets him in the ring and hits a chokeslam backbreaker for a near fall. The heels are in charge as we head to the break.

*Commercial Break*

We come back from the break to see Reigns punch Corbin and tag Rollins in. Rollins hits Corbin with a springboard forearm and a Sling Blade. Rollins hits McIntyre with a plancha before covering Corbin with a two count. Rollins superkicks Corbin before kicking him in the midsection. Corbin quickly gets out of the ring.

Rollins goes for a suicide dive, but Corbin forearms him. Corbin catches him with a slam for a two count. Corbin punches him to the corner and puts him on the top rope. Rollins fights off a superplex and boots him back. Rollins hits a blockbuster, and they’re both down.

Styles and Lashley are tagged in. Styles punches away at him before taking him down with a clothesline. Styles knocks McIntyre off the apron and lifts Lashley, but Lashley slides off. Styles quickly comes back with an overhead kick on Lashley. Corbin runs in and meets the same fate. Styles sets up for a Styles Clash, but McIntyre catches him with a Claymore Kick.

Reigns runs in and looks for a Superman Punch, but McIntyre counters into an overhead suplex. Rollins superkicks McIntyre out of nowhere. Reigns then hits McIntyre with a Superman Punch. Reigns hits Corbin with a Drive-By Dropkick. Rollins then hits him with a suicide dive. Styles sets up for a Phenomenal Forearm, but Lio Rush grabs the feet. Lashley slams Styles, but Rollins breaks it up with a Stomp! Reigns connects with a Spear on Lashley, and Styles follows up with the Phenomenal Forearm for the win.

Winners: AJ Styles, Roman Reigns, & Seth Rollins

We see replays as all three Superstars pose and celebrate together.

That’s it for this week’s Raw. Be sure to come back tomorrow night for the second part of the Superstar Shake-Up! Until then, safe travels.