It’s Monday night, and you know what that means! The post-Elimination Chamber: Perth episode of WWE RAW will go down tonight, and Ringside News has got you covered with live play-by-play results coverage for the February 26, 2024 episode.

The start time for WWE RAW is 8:00 PM EST. Match-by-match highlights and results from the show will take place on this very page. Feel free to leave any reactions in the comment section below.

WWE RAW Lineup (2/26/2024):

  • Singles Match: Sami Zayn vs. Shinsuke Nakamura
  • Street Fight: The New Day (Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods) vs. Imperium (Ludwig Kaiser and Giovanni Vinci)
  • Singles Match: “The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes vs. Grayson Waller
  • The fallout from WWE Elimination Chamber: Perth

WWE RAW Results (2/26/2024):

The show opens up with Michael Cole announcing that tonight’s episode of RAW was sold out. Michael Cole and Pat McAfee then welcomes us to the show and “The Scottish Warrior” Drew McIntyre and “The Man” Becky Lynch were shown arriving at the arena and there was a video recapping this past weekend’s Elimination Chamber: Perth Event.

“Dirty” Dominik Mysterio is in the middle of the ring and he introduces Women’s World Champion “The Eradicator” Rhea Ripley as the greatest Women’s Champion of all time. Mysterio then holds the ropes open for Ripley and Ripley welcomes the fans to “Monday Night Mami!” and the fans starting chanting “Mami.” Ripley says she walked into her home country as the champion and left the champion. Becky Lynch’s music hits and Lynch makes her way down to the ring.


Lynch says The Man has come around to San Jose and to WrestleMania 40 to fight Ripley. Lynch then congratulates Ripley on retaining her title and says they both had a big night on Saturday. Lynch also says Ripley got to share a special moment with her family and friends, but they don’t have to fly out to WrestleMania to watch her lose. Dominik then says no one talks to Ripley that way and Lynch tells him to pipe down. Lynch then tells Dominik she will put him in his place and tells Ripley she has been on quite the run. Lynch then says while Dominik has been feeding Ripley grapes, she has been the backbone of this company all while writing a book.

Ripley then asks Lynch if she’s done, then warns her for disrespecting Dominik and congratulates The Man on winning the Women’s Elimination Chamber Match. Ripley says it’s time Lynch stops disappointing her and get on her level and that The man always thinks that they are the backbone of everything but in reality, the man is always behind one great woman. Ripley then reminds Lynch who’s on top and leaves the ring alongside Dominik.

Nia Jax then blindsides Lynch from behind and hits Lynch with a leg drop. Jax then stares down at Ripley and hits a second leg drop on Lynch. Jax then drags Lynch into the corner, climbs to the second rope and looks to hit The A-Nia-Lator. RAW General Manager Adam Pearce and other officials run down to the ring before Jax can do so and Pearce demands that Jax leaves unless she wants to receive a fine. Jax then leaves.

We then head to the back, where Jackie Redmond interviews Nia Jax. Jax says there is no way Lynch should be going to WrestleMania after Jax beat her clean. Jax then says Liv Morgan would get ten times worse than what Lynch got tonight.

We then get the entrances of the next match, which is a Singles Match.

Singles Match: Sami Zayn vs. Shinsuke Nakamura

The match starts off with Zayn and Nakamura trading shots. Zayn is sent out of the ring by Nakamura. Nakamura then sends Zayn into the barricade. Zayn then jumps on the barricade and hits a moonsault on Nakamura. Nakamura then works over Zayn and Zayn responds with a slingshot leapfrog over Nakamura. Zayn then hits a Michinoku Driver on Nakamura, but Nakamura kicks out at two. Zayn then hits a Tornado DDT on Nakamura. Nakamura then rolls out of the ring and Zayn goes for a dive, but is Nakamura stops Zayn dead on his tracks. Zayn then rolls out on the apron and Nakamura hits Zayn with a gourd buster.

Zayn then hits Nakamura with a Blue Thunder Bomb, but Nakamura kicks out at two. Nakamura then counters a Helluva Kick attempt from Zayn with a knee strike. Nakamura then hits Zayn with a diving knee strike, but Zayn kicks out at two. The match then spills to the outside. Nakamura then places Zayn on the barricade and hits Zayn with a diving knee.

Zayn then rolls back into the ring at nine to break the referee’s count. Nakamura then hits Zayn with his Kinshasa finisher, but Zayn gets his foot on the bottom rope to break the count. Zayn then avoids a second Kinshasa and sends Nakamura into the corner. Zayn then hits his Helluva Kick finisher to the back of Nakamura’s head. Zayn then hits Nakamura with a second Helluva Kick for the win.

The winner of the Singles Match, Sami Zayn!

We then get a video package recapping the feud between The New Day and Imperium. Xavier Woods and Kofi Kingston were then shown arriving in the arena earlier today.

It was then announced that Diamond Dallas Page, Pat McAfee, Nia Jax and CM Punk would be among those added to WWE 2K24 with the season pass. Cole says he knew about this already because he got to call all of their moves. McAfee says he was curious about what his moves actually were.

Chelsea Green then makes her way down to the ring for the next match. Green says she is competing tonight’s match in protest. Green also says last week she would have won the last chance battle royal if Adam Pearce hadn’t added Raquel Rodriguez. Green also says Rodriguez robbed her of her chance just to go to Perth and lose. Green is then interrupted by Raquel Rodriguez’s music and Rodriguez makes her way down to the ring for the next match.

Singles Match: Raquel Rodriguez vs. Chelsea Green

The match starts off with Green drawing a fake line in the sand for Rodriguez to cross, but Rodriguez does cross. Rodriguez then blasts Green with a lariat. Rodriguez then hits Green with a fallaway slam. Green then gets to her feet, but Rodriguez hits her with a second fallaway slam. Rodriguez then hits her Texana Bomb finisher for the 1-2-3.

The winner of the Singles Match, Raquel Rodriguez!

We then head backstage, where Jackie Redmond is interviewing Sami Zayn. Zayn says he needed tonight’s win as a loss tonight would have been devastating to him and not just for his road to WrestleMania. Zayn then says tonight’s win reaffirmed his belief that he was a contender and a path would come his way or he would find it.

Ludwig Kaiser and Giovanni Vinci then interrupts Zayn and just walks pass by him with a disgusted look. WWE Intercontinental Champion “The Ring General” GUNTHER then approaches Zayn, laughs in his face and just walks off. Zayn then chuckles.

Cathy Kelley is then shown interviewing “The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes. She is wondering if challenging The Rock was a smart strategy this close to WrestleMania 40. Rhodes says it wasn’t really about strategy as it was simple because Rock slapped him across the face and he challenged Rock to a match. Rhodes then says he is looking forward to The Rock’s response on Smackdown.

Kelley then asks Rhodes about Grayson Waller. Rhodes says he liked Waller enough and Waller should like him as well. Rhodes also says on his first appearance on The Grayson Waller Effect he brought back “Main Event” Jey Uso to RAW. Rhodes then says he gave Waller the exclusive announcement of his challenge to The Rock, but tonight Waller will be in the main event of RAW where he gets to find out.

Imperium makes their entrance as they are about to address the WWE Universe.

“The Ring General” GUNTHER starts off by gloating about defeating “Main Event” Jey Uso last week. GUNTHER then says he is still the greatest and longest-reigning Intercontinental Champion of all time. GUNTHER also says he has to admit Jey got close in defeating him. GUNTHER also says he could feel the title slipping away, but it didn’t matter. GUNTHER also says no one is perfect, but he is close. GUNTHER also says he has put his heart, soul and body into making this title the most prestigious in this company. GUNTHER also says he has defeated everyone put in his path so who will he face at WrestleMania.

GUNTHER then names a bunch of potential challengers and laughs them all off. The Judgement Day then interrupts and “Señor Money In The Bank” Damian Priest says they ran the table at Elimination Chamber and plan on doing the same at WrestleMania. Priest also says The Judgement Day plans on adding more gold, meaning the Intercontinental Title. GUNTHER then laughs and says Priest obviously isn’t cashing in the MITB briefcase on him, so who is the challenger? “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio then steps in front of Priest and gets drowned out in boos. GUNTHER then pushes Priest, but Bálor and the rest of The Judgement Day hold Priest back to end the segment.

Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley is then shown approaching Dominik Mysterio in the back and she questions him about challenging GUNTHER of all people. Ripley leaves and Bálor tells Mysterio that he better go smooth things out with Ripley. Dominik then bumps into Andrade El Idolo, who tells Dominik that he was on his way to Adam Pearce’s office to discuss his next opponent. Dominik then takes off.

We then get the entrances for the next match, which is a Street Fight.

Street Fight: The New Day (Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods) vs. Imperium (Ludwig Kaiser and Giovanni Vinci)

The match starts off with both teams fight up the ramp. Vinci sends Woods into the Tron. Kaiser and Vinci then beat down Kingston. Woods then hits Kaiser with his trombone. Kingston and Woods then drags Vinci and Kaiser back to ringside. The New Day then tries to set up a table, but is cut off. Woods and Kingston then deliver stereo dives onto Kaiser and Vinci. Kaiser and Vinci then work on Woods, but Kingston and Woods takes over as they are now working on Kaiser with kendo sticks.

Woods then tells Kingston to get the tables. Woods then puts Vinci through a table with a diving elbow off the top rope. The New Day then hit a backbreaker/stomp combo on Vince, but Kaiser pulls Vinci out of the ring to break the count. Kingston then takes Kaiser out with a dive. Woods and Kingston then set up their Midnight Hour finisher, but Vinci pushes Kingston off the top rope and crashes through a table. Kaiser then sends Woods into a chair in the corner. Woods then falls into a roll up from Kaiser and Kaiser holds Woods down for a three count.

The winner of the Street Fight, Imperium!

We then head to the back, where RAW General Manager Adam Pearce was shown having a conversation with Bronson Reed on the phone until Chad Gable approaches him. Gable says he is there not just as a competitor, but as a father. Gable then says he came so close to beating GUNTHER, but that is not what haunted him as what haunted him was his daughter being reduced to tears. Gable then says GUNTHER laughed at her misery and called him a bad father. Gable then says to anyone else this was just a championship match, but to him it meant more.

Prior to the next match, Shayna Baszler and Zoey Stark say they didn’t appreciate that Indi Hartwell and Candice LeRae got a Women’s Tag Team Title shot just because Hartwell was from Australia. Baszler and Stark then told Asuka and Kairi Sane to pay attention to tonight’s match because they would make their opponents tap out. Baszler and Stark then say they would do the same to Asuka and Sane and finally become champions.

We then get the entrances of the next match, which is a Tag Team Match.

Tag Team Match: Shayna Baszler and Zoey Stark vs. Candice LeRae and Indi Hartwell

The match starts off with LeRae sending Stark out of the ring. LeRae then hits a dive on Stark. LeRae then goes for a slingshot DDT, but Baszler puts a stop to that and slams LeRae down. Stark and Baszler then work over LeRae’s arm. LeRae then manages to tag in Hartwell. Hartwell clears the ring, but Baszler gets a blind tag. Hartwell then hits a spinebuster on Stark. Baszler then puts Hartwell in the Kirifuda Clutch out of nowhere and Hartwell taps out.

The winner of the Tag Team Match, Shayna Baszler and Zoey Stark!

We then head to the back, where R-Truth was in The Judgment Day’s clubhouse and was approached by Johnny Gargano, Tommaso Ciampa and The Miz. R-Truth thought Gargano and Ciampa were Shawn Michaels and Triple H. #DIY says Truth was always cheering them up so they were going to cheer him up by getting revenge on Judgment Day. They would then make some more DX references.

“The Scottish Warrior” Drew McIntyre then makes his way down to the ring to address the WWE Universe.

McIntyre starts off by saying we did it and the prayers of the WWE Universe has made the McIntyre vs. Rollins Match happen at WrestleMania. McIntyre then says he burst his eardrum and has several other injuries from the Elimination Chamber. McIntyre then says the doctors told him that he may not clear him for WrestleMania. McIntyre then asks the fans if they thought he was CM Punk. McIntyre then says there is nothing that can keep him from WrestleMania. McIntyre then sits in the ring similar to CM Punk to mock The Best In The World and the crowd boos. McIntyre then asks the World Heavyweight Champion to join him in the ring and Seth “Freakin” Rollins makes his way out.

Rollins welcomes the fans to Monday Night Rollins and says he is the only thing standing in McIntyre’s way. McIntyre then chastises Rollins for being distracted by the drama happening on SmackDown with The Bloodline and Cody Rhodes. McIntyre then tells Rollins that if he doesn’t mind his business, The Bloodline will interfere in their match at WrestleMania and The Bloodline will taint McIntyre’s victory. McIntyre then asks Rollins to back off. Rollins says he respects what McIntyre just said, but some risks are worth taking. Rollins also says everything McIntyre has said he has already thought about. Rollins also says McIntyre may be right and WrestleMania may be an easy night for him, but what if McIntyre is wrong.

Rollins then admits that he has been selfish in his career and in his life and it wasn’t until he had his daughter that he realized that not everything was about him. Rollins also says taking down The Bloodline is bigger than all of them. Rollins also says that it doesn’t matter if he is champion or McIntyre is champion because at some point The Bloodline is going to come for this title. McIntyre also says if they can rid the world of The Bloodline at WrestleMania, it will just be Rollins vs. McIntyre. Rollins then says some risks are worth taking, then he drops the mic and walks away.

We then get the entrances of the next match, which is a Singles Match.

Singles Match: “The Irresistible Force” Nia Jax vs. Liv Morgan

The match starts off with Morgan hitting a dropkick to Jax into the corner. Morgan then lands right and left hands on Jax, then hits Jax with a step-up knee and looks to hit a hurricanrana. Jax catches Morgan and gets her up on her shoulders, then hits Morgan with a Samoan Drop. Jax then follows it up with a splash in the corner and a Hip Attack, then sends Morgan’s face bouncing off the turnbuckle. Jax goes for a leg drop on the apron, but Morgan moves out of the way and hits a tope suicida on Jax.

Jax then runs over Morgan and goes for a senton. Morgan rolls out of the way and hits a codebreaker on Jax off the second rope, then goes for a pin. Jax kicks out and delivers a headbutt on Morgan, but Morgan sends Jax into the ring post shoulder first and Jax collides with the ring post on the outside. “The Man” Becky Lynch then appears out of nowhere and blasts Jax with a forearm to cause the disqualification.

The winner of the Singles Match via disqualification, Nia Jax!

After the match, Lynch sends Jax repeatedly into the announce desk and continues to beat her down, but Jax escapes and the referee holds her back.

We then head backstage, where Cathy Kelley is interviewing Grayson Waller and Austin Theory. Waller says Rhodes disrespected him in his home and Rhodes attacked his boy Theory and Waller did everything he could to stop it. Waller then says he will disrespect Rhodes in his house tonight and the Bloodline would pick the bones.

Michael Cole and Pat McAfee then send their condolences to the family of Ole Anderson on behalf of the WWE following the news of his tragic passing earlier today.

“The Man” Becky Lynch is then shown telling RAW General Manager Adam Pearce that she wanted a match against Nia Jax. Lynch also tells Pearce that she wouldn’t be able to focus on her match at WrestleMania until she ended Jax. Pearce then made the match official for next week. Morgan then confronted Lynch and says she was in the middle of a match, but she knew Lynch didn’t care. Morgan then told Lynch that not everything was about her.

Jackie Redmond is then shown interviewing “Main Event” Jey Uso. Redmond asks Jey how he would rebound after losing last week. Jey says he would keep being himself and keep being “Main Event” Jey Uso. Jey then says he was close to becoming the Intercontinental Champion and every time he comes close to something, he comes up short. Jey also says every time he was trying to win a title, do something positive or bring himself up, he comes up short and that is because of a past enemy on RAW or even his own family.

Drew McIntyre then approaches Jey Uso and tells him that he wants Jey to know from the bottom of his heart that he deserves this. Jey uso then attacks Drew McIntyre and they brawl until it was quickly broken up by officials.

A couple of matches are then announced for next week’s episode of RAW.

We then get the entrances of the main event, which is Cody Rhodes vs. Grayson Waller.

Singles Match: “The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes vs. Grayson Waller

The match starts off with Waller delivering a few strikes to Rhodes. Waller then works over Rhodes in the corner. Rhodes then responds with a chop. Waller then sends Rhodes into the turnbuckle before delivering a few knees. Rhodes then hits Waller with a delayed gourd buster. Micheal Cole then announces on commentary that Paul Heyman has arrived backstage. Theory then distracts Rhodes and Waller attacks Rhodes from behind. Rhodes then flies out of the ring and lands on Theory. Rhodes then hits a Cody Cutter on Waller and his Cross-Rhodes finisher for the 1-2-3.

The winner of the Singles Match, Cody Rhodes!

After the match, Paul Heyman makes his way down with his own security detail and Cody Rhodes heads out of the ring and grabs a chair. Heyman starts off by introducing himself, but Rhodes interrupts him and says he doesn’t care. Rhodes then tells The Bloodline to come and get him if it’s a set-up and Heyman insists it’s not a set-up. Heyman says he is the only member of The Bloodline in the SAP Center. Heyman then says the three men behind him are suspended NYPD officers and tells Rhodes to keep The Rock’s name out of his mouth. Heyman then pleads with Rhodes to withdraw his challenge for a match against The Rock.

Rhodes says he hasn’t spoken about The Rock on the microphone or trashed him in the media because he was a fan. Rhodes also says no one sold more tickets than him and he is done being nice. Rhodes then reiterates to The Bloodline to come and get him if it’s a set-up and Heyman asks him if he can get in the ring. Rhodes tells Heyman he can’t and the officers get inside. Rhodes then says if one more person takes one step closer to him, he will drop everyone inside the ring.

Heyman then asks if that applies to him and Rhodes says he is wrong. Rhodes then goes after the officers and hits them with a chair, then hitting a Cross-Rhodes on one of them. Heyman then calls Reigns and The Rock and Rhodes tells him to call them because The Bloodline isn’t hunting him because he is the one hunting them. Rhodes then tosses two of the officers out of the ring and stands tall as the show comes to a close.

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