WWE Raw Results – August 5, 2019

The O.C. Vs. The New Day & Ricochet

We’re back live and the match begins with AJ Styles and Ricochet. Styles applies a side headlock to Ricochet. The One and Only gets out and hits two arm drags followed by a hurricanrana. Styles rolls to the apron to regroup. AJ swings for an enziguiri but Ricochet blocks a kick and forearms him. Styles pulls him face-first into the turnbuckle. Ricochet counters a suplex into a roll-up.

Styles quickly hits a shot to the throat and tags Karl Anderson in. Ricochet quickly takes him down with a neckbreaker for a two count. Big E tags in, and he punches Anderson in the ribs. Anderson quickly kicks him in the back of the knee and tags in Luke Gallows. Gallows big boots Big E down and punches away at him in the corner. Gallows connects with a suplex for a two count. Gallows elbows him in the chest and applies a chin lock. Big E fights up, but Gallows boots him down before connecting with a lariat to knock Ricochet off the apron.

Styles tags in again and rakes Big E’s face. Big E fights him, but Styles goes for a strike combo. Big E counters AJ, then avoids a springboard, and hits a belly-to-belly overhead suplex. Woods and Anderson both tag in. Woods runs over Anderson, avoiding some clotheslines and elbows before taking him down with a bulldog. Styles throws Woods to the corner, but Woods knocks him back before hitting the Honor Roll.

Woods hits a sliding knee on Anderson, but Gallows breaks up the pin. Ricochet hits Gallows with a springboard dropkick. Big E knocks Gallows out of the ring, and Styles hits Big E with a Phenomenal Forearm. Ricochet hits a moonsault kick on Styles before knocking him out of the ring. Gallows quickly avoids Ricochet and sends him into the barricade. Styles quickly trips Woods, and Anderson DDTs Woods. Gallows tags in, and The O.C. hit the Magic Killer for the win.

Winners: The O.C.

Later tonight there will be a Fatal 4-Way for the Women’s Tag Team Championship, and the Miz/Ziggler contract signing is still to come.

*Commercial Break*

We return to a video package of Roman Reigns’ attack again last week on SmackDown Live.

Samoa Joe marches down to the ring and grabs a microphone. Joe says he’s not waiting anymore, he’s giving Roman Reigns an opportunity to walk the aisle and apologise to him. Joe waits but Reigns doesn’t come out. Joe says he’ll play it Roman’s way then. Joe leaves the ring  and tosses a chair in the ring, and sits in the centre of the ring. Joe says RAW is officially shut down until Reigns comes down and apologizes to him.

Joe says he will give Reigns until the count of three. Joe counts to three, but Reigns doesn’t come out. Joe says he has all night. All Reigns has to do is walk the aisle… unless he’s scared to. Joe says the reason the crowd is sitting on their hands is because Reigns is too much of a coward to come down and apologise. A stagehand comes up and says Roman Reigns is in the parking lot. Joe says he’s going to go greet his ass. Joe walks up the ramp.

Joe stomps up the ramp and makes his way to the back. Roman Reigns drives up in a car and starts to get out, but then he jumps back into the car because another car comes from out of nowhere and hits Reigns’ car! Joe is left watching as we head to the break.

*Commercial Break*

We see a replay of Rikishi hitting Reigns with the car, then footage from the commercial break where Samoa Joe tried to help Reigns and called for a medic. Triple H then showed-up and helped Roman get out of the car.

It’s time for the women’s Fatal 4-Way match, and all four teams make their entrances before we head to the break.

*Commercial Break*

Women’s Tag Team Championships

Fatal 4-Way Match

(C) The IIconics Vs. The Kabuki Warriors Vs. Mandy Rose & Sonya Deville Vs. Alexa Bliss & Nikki Cross

All four teams get introductions, then we start the match with Mandy Rose and Billie Kay. Kay forces Rose to the corner and tags Royce, followed by a double team move to take her down. They knock The Kabuki Warriors off the apron, then Deville comes in but they knock her from the ring.

Alexa Bliss comes in, and The IIconics hit a windmill slam. Kairi Sane runs in, and they hit her with a double-team front suplex. Asuka ducks a kick from Royce, but Kay spin kicks her. The IIconics stand tall in the ring and this is the best they’ve looked since NXT.

Rose attacks The IIconics from behind and rolls Kay up for a two count. Rose punches away at her, but Kay takes her down. Sonya Deville breaks up a double-team from The IIconics. Rose rolls Kay up for a two count. Rose hits a running knee to the face and pins Billie Kay, which means they’re out! The IIconics Eliminated.

*Commercial Break*

We’re back live and Mandy Rose and Asuka are in the ring. They lock-up and Asuka forces Rose to the ropes. Asuka swings a kick but Rose dodges it. Bliss tags in and pretends to lock-up but then quickly tags Deville.

Sonya shoots for a takedown but Asuka side-steps her. They lock-up and Deville takes a headlock. Asuka shoots her off and floors her with a kick. She delivers a few kicks until Deville grabs her and slams her down. Deville then lands some kicks of her own. Tags are made to both Kairi Sane and Asuka.

The two of them meet in the middle of the ring and Sane points out that she is taller than Bliss. They lock-up and Alexa stomps her foot, before then mocking that she’s no longer taller. Kairi swipes her feet and hits a double stomp for a two count. Asuka tags in and hits an axe handle. Bliss tags Deville but Rose comes in as well and they slam Asuka down together. Deville lifts Asuka in a full nelson and tags Rose, who delivers a running knee for a two count. Rose looks for her finisher but Asuka escapes and knees her before catching her in the Asuka Lock and Rose taps out! Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville Eliminated.

*Commercial Break*

We return from the break to see Asuka holding Cross in the middle of the ring in a kneebar. Cross is screaming and trying to tag Bliss. Asuka drags her back into the centre of the ring and transitions to pull her neck as well. Cross rolls over to escape, then pulls the hair of Asuka and drags her to her corner.

Bliss comes in and attacks Asuka in the corner. She stomps Asuka down before tagging Cross again, who hits a neckbreaker for a two count. Nikki lifts Asuka and hits a high-angle back suplex for a two count. Asuka kicks Bliss from the apron, then hits Cross with a German suplex. Both women are down and make tags to their corners.

Sane connects with a kick to Bliss, followed by two fast facebusters of sorts. She screams and takes a run-up before hitting a flying elbow in the corner. Asuka hits Cross with a Codebreaker, then both Warriors hit Cross with running clotheslines. Asuka catches Bliss with the . Alexa rolls her-up but Asuka kicks out. Alexa runs at Asuka in the corner but eats a big boot.

Kairi tags in and looks for the InSane Elbow but the referee gets distracted and Cross shoves her off and to the mat. Asuka runs to hit a baseball slide to Cross but gets caught-up in the apron and battered. Bliss then hits Asuka from behind with a dropkick, before taking to the top rope and hitting Sane with Twisted Bliss for the win!

Winners and New Women’s Tag Team Champions: Nikki Cross & Alexa Bliss

Alexa and Nikki celebrate their title win after the match. They are the third Women’s Champions.

We see replays of Brock annihilating Seth Rollins earlier tonight, followed by Seth’s promo. The two will meet on Sunday night for the Universal Championship.

The Miz makes his way to the ring for Miz TV and his contract signing with Dolph Ziggler.

*Commercial Break*

The Miz is in the ring and welcomes us to Miz TV. He says this is a special SummerSlam contract signing episode and he needs a guarantee that Dolph will actually show-up on Sunday. Before then however, he wants to introduce the Heart Break Kid, Shawn Michaels.

Michaels joins The Miz in the ring and poses. Miz then introduces “the pariah of WWE”, Dolph Ziggler. With all three men in the ring, Ziggler gets on the horn and says he has been carrying this company on his back for ten years. He’s been on every poster and every PPV. He’s the best thing to happen this company since Shawn lost his smile and since Miz lost his balls. So he is the only legend in the ring right now, and he will earn that recognition after he beats Miz on Sunday.

Ziggler signs the contract and Miz says takes the mic. He says that if Ziggler feels like he hasn’t earned the respect of the fans after all this time, then that’s because of him, not the fans or anyone else. He says he can’t wait to get his hands on Ziggler, next Monday night on Raw. Ziggler corrects him but Miz laughs and says the contract Ziggler signed wasn’t to face him on Sunday. Michaels then smiles and comes face-to-face with Dolph. Michaels says “it isn’t me,” then he and Miz point at the ramp.

Goldberg’s music hits and out comes the Hall of Famer to a huge pop. Goldberg stomps to the ring and Ziggler gets out. Goldberg gets in the ring and signs the contract. Dolph watches on from ringside. Goldberg grabs the microphone and says guess what? You’re next! Ziggler loses his mind and storms up the ramp, walking right into a Sweet Chin Music from Shawn Michaels.

And that’s the end of Monday Night Raw. Let us know what you thought of the show and that swerve at the end. Remember to come back tomorrow for SmackDown Live. Until then, safe travels!