WWE RAW Results – April 6, 2020

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Welcome to Ringside News’ live results coverage of WWE RAW, the night after WrestleMania.

Usually the RAW after WrestleMania is one of the most exciting nights of the year, but this is no ordinary year. We don’t know much about tonight’s RAW, except that we’ll be seeing a full replay of the epic Boneyard Match between AJ Styles and The Undertaker.

Of course, we’ll get all the fallout from WrestleMania, including the new WWE Champion Drew McIntyre. Becky Lynch is expected to be live to determine what’s next for her after beating Shayna Baszler on night one, and we might hear if AJ Styles is truly dead or not.

And that the thin preview for tonight’s RAW. Let us know what you’re excited to see and follow along here for all the live updates and results. Enjoy the show!


RAW opens with highlights from the WrestleMania main event, in which Drew McIntyre dethroned Brock Lesnar to become the first-ever Scottish WWE Champion.

Asuka Vs. Liv Morgan

The match gets underway and Asuka talks rapidly in Japanese. They go back and forth with some pin attempts until Asuka clobbers Liv with a hip attack.

Liv counters an Irish whip with a hurricanrana. Liv runs at Asuka in the corner but nobody’s home. Asuka gets kicked back, then Liv hits a springboard dropkick that sends Asuka to the floor.

Morgan goes out after Asuka but gets slammed into the apron. Asuka rolls her back into the ring but Liv catches Asuka with her feet and swings back out with a hurricanrana on the floor. Liv runs at Asuka but gets clocked with a headkick as we ehad to the break.

*Commercial Break*

Back live and Asuka has Liv down by the arm and stomps her ribs. Morgan fights to her feet and throws a few rights at Asuka but gets thrown backwards. Asuka runs at Liv but gets kicked away, then Liv leaps over Asuka.

The Empress throws Liv up and drills her with a knee to the face for a near-fall. Asuka does a little dance, then kicks and shoves Liv with her boot. Asuka swings a kick but Liv ducks it and rolls her up for a near-fall. Liv hits a springboard Codebreaker and both women are down.

Liv ducks a clothesline and lands a few flying forearms and an enziguiri. Morgan with a double stomp to Asuka’s back in the corner for a near-fall. Asuka attempts an armbar but Liv rolls her up for a two-count. Asuka hits a snap German suplex, followed by a shining wizard but Liv gets her foot on the bottom rope.

Liv jumps at Asuka but misses and hits the ropes and Asuka gets her in the AsukaLock. Liv rolls back but Asuka kicks turns her over. They fight back and forth in the hold but Liv eventually taps.

Winner: Liv Morgan

We see highlights of Becky Lynch Vs. Shayna Baszler on Saturday night. Lynch was interviewed by Charly Caruso backstage after the match and she says she has been Champion for one full year now. Charly asks her about Baszler and Becky says that she was incredible. That Baszler is unmatched in the wrestling business in terms of her skillset. But WrestleMania was a test of skill Vs. heart and her heart won. We see Shayna cut a promo after the match and she says “the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat. For Becky, I promise you the agony of my defeat.”

*Commercial Break*

WWE RAW Tag Team Championships

(C) Street Profits Vs. Angel Garza & Austin Theory W/Zelina Vega

Angelo Dawkins starts against Angel Garza but he immediately backs up and tags Austin Theory. They lock up, and Dawkins goes to a side headlock. Theory whips him off, but Dawkins shoulder tackles him down. They hit the ropes and each do a leapfrog before Dawkins takes him down with another shoulder block.

Montez Ford tags in and dropkicks Theory. They then give Garza a flapjack onto Theory before hitting stereo dropkicks to knock them out of the ring. This is the third time these two teams have wrestled in the past two weeks, and each time the match has started with the exact same sequence.

*Commercial Break*

We come back from the break to see Theory get out of a chin lock, then avoid a spinning avalanche in the corner. Dawkins drops him on the apron, but Theory snaps him off the ropes before hitting a rolling thunder dropkick. Theory applies a front facelock, then tags Garza in, who kicks Dawson in the gut.

Garza applies a modified surfboard stretch, but Dawkins fights it. Angel knees him in the face and tags Theory in. Theory knees Dawkins down and stomps the chest. Theory kicks Dawkins in the back before applying another front facelock. Dawkins tries to fight back, but Theory knees him. Angel tags in and attacks the leg before bending the knee.

Theory tags back in and stomps Angelo before applying a rear chinlock. Dawkins fights up, blocks a superkick, and connects with an exploder suplex. Ford and Garza tag in. Ford hits a springboard cross-body block before hitting a pair of clotheslines and a dropkick. Garza ducks another clothesline, but Ford connects with a DDT and kips up. Ford goes to the top rope as Theory distracts the referee. The referee  catches her anyway and calls for the bell.

Winners Via Disqualification: Street Profits

After the match, Garza kicks Ford down and holds him up for Zelina Vega to kick him. Bianca Belair comes out and slams Vega. The Street Profits clear the ring of Theory and Garza. Belair gets on the microphone and says she goes here now. She’s the EST of WWE; the coolest; toughest; strongest; smartest; and fastest. And Vega can’t outrun her. Belair challenges her to a match.

*Commercial Break*

Bianca Belair W/Street Profits Vs. Zelina Vega W/Austin Theory & Angel Garza

The bell rings, and Vega talks trash before they lock up. Belair shoves her down before taunting her. They lock up again, and Belair shoves her down again. Vega runs away and the referee keeps Belair back. Vega applies a side headlock, but Belair shoves her off and hits a shoulder block. Belair does a cartwheel and clotheslines her. Vega kicks her back and slaps her in the face.

Belair looks taken aback, so grabs her by the hair and beats her down. Belair throws Vega across the ring twice before shouldering her in the corner. Vega goes for a roll-up, but Belair backflips out. Zelina sidesteps her to send her shoulder-first into the ring post. Vega then applies a stretch on the ropes. Vega rolls up Bianca for a two-count.

Vega stomps the back and hits a DDT for a near fall. Vega talks trash and applies a modified chin lock. Belair fights up with Vega on her back. Belair then counters into a suplex. Montez Ford goes nuts at ringside.

Vega boots Bianca back and comes off the second rope, but Belair catches her and hits a military press drop. Belair goes to hit the ropes, but Theory gets in her way. Ford pulls him out of the ring and brawls with him. Angelo chases Garza into the stands while Ford and Theory brawl into the ring, and the referee calls for the bell.

No Contest

The Profis and Belair toss the heels from the ring after the match ends. Ford says we’re just one day removed from WrestleMania 36, his brother’s here and so is his wife, but how about they just make it a 3-on-3 tag match.

*Commercial Break*

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