It’s Monday night, and you know what that means! WWE RAW will go down tonight, and Ringside News has got you covered with live play-by-play results coverage for the March 4, 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 (3/4/2024):

  • Singles Match: “Main Event” Jey Uso vs. “The Scottish Warrior” Drew McIntyre
  • Singles Match: “The Man” Becky Lynch vs. “The Irresistible Force” Nia Jax
  • We will hear from “The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes and WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth “Freakin” Rollins in response to The Rock’s WrestleMania 40 challenge
  • RAW General Manager Adam Pearce will announce a match to determine WWE Intercontinental Champion “The Ring General” GUNTHER’s WrestleMania 40 opponent

WWE RAW Results (3/4/2024):

The show opens up with footage of “Main Event” Jey Uso and “The Irresistible Force” Nia Jax shown arriving at the arena. We then get a recap of the Bloodline segment from this past Friday’s episode of WWE Smackdown.

“The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes then makes his way down to the ring as Michael Cole and Pat McAfee welcome us to the show.


Cody Rhodes starts off by asking San Antonio what they want to talk about. Rhodes says that at WrestleMania 40 he will be standing face-to-face with the greatest WWE Champion of all time Roman Reigns. Rhodes then says he would like to talk about that, but he is faced with a distraction on his road to WrestleMania and that distraction is The Rock. Rhodes also says last week The Rock posted a 16-minute video, then deleted that and posted a 21-minute directors cut version. Rhodes also says The Rock calls the crowd meth heads and The Rock even talks about his dog.

Rhodes then turns to the camera and says The Rock should never talk about his dog. Rhodes also says The Rock said a lot of things on SmackDown, but the one thing he downplayed is the fact that he declined The American Nightmare’s challenge. Rhodes then confirms what The Rock said to him before trying to steal his main event. Rhodes then says The Rock told him that no one wants to see him face Roman Reigns because the people want to see The Rock vs. Roman Reigns. The fans then started to chant, “We Want Cody!”

Rhodes also says that The Rock proposed an alternative that also includes his friend. Rhodes then pauses and says he thinks he can call this man, World Heavyweight Champion Seth “Freakin” Rollins, his friend. Rollins’ music hits and he makes his way down to the ring as the crowd sings his song. Rollins then starts off by welcoming the fans to Monday Night Rollins. Rollins then asks Rhodes what he is thinking.

Rhodes then tells Rollins that he understands if Rollins wants to focus on his title defense against Drew McIntyre and not have his back. Rollins then says he will take care of McIntyre. Rollins then points out what he said last week and that is that some things are bigger than them. Rollins then says WrestleMania isn’t just about finishing Rhodes story as it is about Rollins’ story too. Rollins then says with The Rock in The Bloodline, Reigns is inches away from having absolute power. Rollins then says he is over The Rock at this point and a “Rocky sucks” chant breaks out.

Rollins then says The Rock hasn’t been The Rock or The People’s Champion in a long time. Rollins then says he isn’t going to bother calling The Rock any of those names again and from here on out, he will refer to The Rock as “Diarriah Dwayne.” Rollins then says that Diarriah Dwayne promised to make sure Rollins loses his title if he sticks his nose in Bloodline business. Rollins then turns to the camera and tells The Rock he would like to see him try. Rollins then says that as of today he is 100% medically cleared and asks Rhodes if he has his back. Rhodes nods and says they are going to go to SmackDown this week and give The Rock his answer face-to-face.

Michael Cole congratulates “The Icon” Sting on his retirement and thanked him for the memories. Pat McAfee then says Sting had an epic match last night.

We then get the entrances of the first match of the night, which is a Non-Title Match.

Non-Title Match: WWE Intercontinental Champion “The Ring General” GUNTHER vs. The Judgment Day’s “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio

The match starts off with GUNTHER putting Dominik Mysterio in a knee bar. Dominik then chops GUNTHER, but it has no effect. GUNTHER then misses a chop and Dominik slaps GUNTHER in the face. While the referee tries to hold GUNTHER back, Dominik slaps The Ring General in the face again. GUNTHER then chases Dominik outside the ring, but Dominik puts JD McDonagh in GUNTHER’s path. GUNTHER then pushes McDonagh into the ring post.

GUNTHER then goes for a chop, but Dominik pulls GUNTHER out of the way and GUNTHER’s hand smashes into the ring post. Dominik then grabs GUNTHER’s other hand and slams it into the ring post. GUNTHER then rolls into the ring and Dominik slingshots back into the ring and steps on GUNTHER’s hand. Dominik then goes for a rope walk arm drag, but GUNTHER stops him from doing so. GUNTHER then annihilates Dominik with a viscous chop that nearly broke him in half.

GUNTHER then destroys Dominik with another chop and Dominik ends up in the corner. GUNTHER then rips Dominik’s shirt and chops him again. GUNTHER then puts Dominik in a Boston crab and McDonagh gets on the apron. GUNTHER then knocks McDonagh off the apron. Dominik then dropkicks GUNTHER out of the ring and hits a dive onto GUNTHER. Dominik then trips GUNTHER into the ropes and looks for a 619. GUNTHER then counters that with a lariat. GUNTHER then goes for the pin, but he picks Dominik off the mat to break the count. Dominik then counters a powerbomb attempt with a sunset flip and GUNTHER kicks out. Dominik then hits a 619. Dominik then misses a splash, but lands on his feet. GUNTHER then hits a Shotgun dropkick on Dominik. GUNTHER then hits a powerbomb on Dominik and immediately transitions into a Boston crab and Dominik submits.

The winner of the Non-Title Match, “The Ring General” GUNTHER!

We then head to the back, where we see Damage CTRL walking around. RAW General Manager Adam Pearce then catches up to them and asks them what they are doing here and Dakota Kai explains that Asuka and Kairi Sane are on RAW because they can be on either brand as Women’s Tag Team Champions. Pearce then asks why they are on RAW once again and Kai explains that they are there to watch Shayna Baszler and Zoey Stark compete in their upcoming match.

Shinsuke Nakamura then approaches Adam Pearce wanting to talk about the Intercontinental Championship and Damage CTRL assures Pearce he has nothing to worry about. Pearce then tells Nakamura that he has an announcement about GUNTHER’s WrestleMania opponent for the Intercontinental Championship later tonight.

Andrade El Idolo was then shown arriving at the arena.

Before the next match, Kayden Carter and Katana Chance tells Cathy Kelley that they were planning on getting back in title contention.

We then get the entrances of the next match, which is a Tag Team Match. Damage CTRL makes their way down to the ring as well to pay close attention to this match.

Tag Team Match: Kayden Carter and Katana Chance vs. Shayna Baszler and Zoey Stark

The match starts off with Baszler and Carter. Baszler steps on Carter’s arm and Stark tags in. Carter then hits a kick to Stark’s chest, then lands a second one on her face. Baszler then tags in and Stark hits a superkick on Carter. Stark then drapes Carter across the top rope and Baszler hits a running knee to Carter that sends her crashing out of the ring.

Stark then nails Chance with a superkick. Stark then climbs to the top rope and Chance joins her up there. Carter then makes the blind tag and Stark pushes Chance off the top ropes. Carter then climbs up and Chance joins her. Stark then lands a couple of forearms to Chance and Carter. Carter then hits a superkick to Stark and delivers The Afterparty with Chance. Chance then goes for a pin, but Baszler breaks up the pinfall attempt. Baszler then locks in the Kirifuda Clutch on Carter on the outside and Chance looks to help Carter. Stark then takes advantage and rolls up Chance for the win.

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

After the match, Damage CTRL gets in the ring and Kai says she and the rest of Damage CTRL are there to congratulate Baszler and Stark on a great match. She then offers Baszler and Stark a shot at Asuka and Sane’s Women’s Tag Team Championship next Monday after they retain on NXT. Baszler then grabs the mic out of Kai’s hand and says it’s about time they get a shot. Baszler then accepts Kai’s challenge.

We then head to the back, where we see Judgment Day with Dominik Mysterio in the trainer’s room. Damian Priest tells Finn Bálor that they will take care of Imperium while McDonagh takes care of GUNTHER, but McDonagh didn’t seem to be on board with this. Andrade El Idolo then shows up to seemingly say hi to Dominik and wish them luck. After Andrade leaves, Priest seemed skeptical but Dominik told him that Andrade could be important for them.

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

Singles Match: “The Man” Becky Lynch vs. “The Irresistible Force” Nia Jax

The match starts off with Nia Jax forcing Becky Lynch into the corner. Lynch fires back and almost gets hit with a Samoan drop. Lynch then goes for a crossbody, but Jax catches Lynch and hits a front slam on Lynch. Lynch then crawls to the corner, but Jax crushes Lynch with a body block. Jax then works over Lynch and Lynch traps Jax in a sleeper. Jax then tosses Lynch to the mat and goes a slam, but Lynch slips behind Jax and chop blocks Jax. Lynch then lands a blow on Jax with a missile dropkick and Jax falls out of the ring. Lynch then goes for a dive, but gets caught on Jax’s shoulders. Jax then hits Lynch with a Samoan drop.

Jax then hits a leg drop on Lynch off the top rope. Lynch then goes for the Man Handle Slam, but Jax blocks it. Lynch then hits a hurricanrana on Jax and climbs to the top rope before hitting a senton. Jax then responds with a Samoan Drop and drags Lynch into the corner, then climbs to the second rope. Jax then looks for the A-Nia-Lator, but Lynch avoids it and locks in her Dis-Arm-Her finisher. Jax then escapes Lynch’s finisher by sliding out of the ring and sending Lynch into the barricade. Liv Morgan then appears at ringside out of nowhere and hits a flying forearm to Jax off the barricade, causing the disqualification.

The match ends in a disqualification.

After the match, Morgan slides inside the ring and gets into a verbal exchange with Lynch. Jax then pulls Morgan out of the ring and sends Lynch into the ring post. Jax then hits a leg drop on Morgan.

We then head to the back, where Ricochet makes his case to RAW General Manager Adam Pearce as to why he should challenge GUNTHER for the Intercontinental Championship at WrestleMania. Ricochet says he has a plan in place before Judgment Day suddenly appears and makes their case as to why JD McDonagh should challenge GUNTHER.

We then see Lynch confront Morgan in the back. Lynch was fired up and says she apologized to Morgan already. Lynch also says she understood why Morgan did what she did, but when Lynch attacked Jax it was to get back at her, not Morgan. Morgan then says The Man could dish it out, but she couldn’t take it. Lynch then challenges Morgan to a match next week and Morgan accepts. Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley then walks by and she laughs at Lynch.

RAW General Manager Adam Pearce then announces that Sami Zayn, Ricochet, Shinsuke Nakamura, Bronson Reed, JD McDonagh and Chad Gable will compete next week on RAW in a Gauntlet Match to determine GUNTHER’s challenger for WrestleMania 40.

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

Singles Match: Andrade El Idolo vs. Apollo Crews

The match starts off with both men shaking hands. El Idolo and Crews then locks up before El Idolo delivers a boot on Crews’ jaw. Crews then responds with a dropkick, but El Idolo climbs to the top. Crews follows and hits a superplex on El Idolo, but El Idolo responds with The Three Amigos and goes for a pin. Crews then kicks out and delivers a dropkick to El Idolo. El Idolo then hits an arm drag on Crews and a back elbow, then goes for a pin. Crews then kicks out and El Idolo hits a couple of double running knees to Crews in the corner. El Idolo then follows that up with his La Sombra finisher for the win.

The winner of the Singles Match, Andrade El Idolo!

We then head to the back, where Jackie Redmond is interviewing Sami Zayn. Zayn says he wanted to be a champion and do something historic. Zayn then says the Gauntlet Match was the only thing standing in his way of perhaps facing the most dominant champion ever. Zayn also says this match was do-or-die and was now the most important match of his career. Valhalla and Ivar then confronts Sami Zayn. Valhalla says she couldn’t understand why Zayn would get an opportunity over a man like Ivar. Ivar then says he knew that he could beat GUNTHER. Ivar also says he knew that Zayn knew he couldn’t beat GUNTHER. Zayn then says he knew he could beat Ivar and he challenged Ivar to a match tonight. Ivar then says Zayn wouldn’t even make it to next week.

We then get a graphic in memoriam for Paul “Butcher” Vachon.

We then head to the back, where Natalya tells Tegan Nox that they needed to get hungry and forget their manners. Natalya then pulls Nox away and they left. Candice LeRae was also annoyed that she and Indi Hartwell were being complacent. Hartwell was trying to be reasonable, but LeRae wasn’t having it. Maxxine Dupri and Ivy Nile then shows up and Dupri tried to give words of assurance to LeRae. LeRae then tells her off because she didn’t want advice from someone who only had three matches and couldn’t lace her boots. LeRae then leaves.

We then get the entrances of the next match, which is a Non-Title Match.

Non-Title Match: The Judgment Day (Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions Finn Bálor and “Señor Money In The Bank” Damian Priest vs. Imperium (Ludwig Kaiser and Giovanni Vinci)

The match starts off with Balor and Kaiser. Vinci tags in and delivers a right hand to Balor’s midsection, but Balor responds with a dropkick to Vinci’s face. Balor then pushes Vinci into the corner before Priest tags in and sends Vinci into the opposite corner. Priest then delivers several right hands on Vinci, then nails him with some stomps. Kaiser then tags in and Priest puts him down with a boot. Priest then knocks Kaiser down with a right hand and Balor tags in and double teams Kaiser with Priest. Balor then hits a scissor kick on Kaiser and delivers a couple of elbows on Kaiser’s head. Balor then puts Kaiser in an Abdominal Stretch, but Kaiser escapes and sends Balor into the ring post shoulder first. Kaiser and Vinci then hit a double dropkick to Balor.

Vinci then tags in and nails Priest with a dropkick on the apron to prevent Balor from tagging him in. Vinci and Kaiser then double team Balor before Vinci hits Balor with a bodyslam and an elbow drop. Vinci then knocks Balor down with a clothesline and tags Kaiser back in. Kaiser then hits a running knee on Balor, but Balor responds with a kick on Kaiser’s face.

Kaiser then looks to tag out to Vinci, but Vinci is nowhere to be found on the apron. Priest then tags in and hits Kaiser with an elevated flatliner. Priest then hits back elbows to Kaiser and Vinci in opposite corners and sends Vinci out of the ring. Priest then hits a Broken Arrow on Kaiser and goes for the Razor’s Edge, but Kaiser escapes.

Balor then makes the blind tag and Kaiser rolls up Priest not knowing Priest is no longer legal. Balor then takes advantage and rolls up Kaiser, but Kaiser kicks out at two. Vinci then grabs Balor’s ankle and Kaiser hits a Death Valley Driver on Balor. Vinci then tags in and Balor hits Vinci with a Sling Blade. Balor then delivers a dropkick on Vinci in the corner and climbs to the top rope. Balor then hits his Coup De Grace finisher and goes for a pin, but Kaiser breaks the pinfall attempt. Priest then tags in and pulls the top rope down for Balor to fly and land on Kaiser on the outside. Priest then hits his South of Heaven finisher on Vinci to score the pinfall victory.

The winners of the Non-Title Match, The Judgment Day!

It was then announced that Paul Heyman would be inducted into the 2024 WWE Hall of Fame. Michael Cole says he wouldn’t be there after 27 years without Heyman. Cole then tells a story about sitting in the editing booth with Taz in Stamford and Heyman would drill them for hours on how to do commentary, while teaching him a passion for the industry. Cole then says that was minuscule compared to Heyman’s other contributions to the business.

We then head to the back, where Jackie Redmond is interviewing Drew McIntyre. McIntyre says Rollins obviously didn’t listen to him last week and he calls Rollins a spotlight junkie. McIntyre also says that Rollins keeps on getting involved when people return whether it be Rhodes, CM Punk or The Rock. McIntyre then says he doesn’t care anymore what Rollins did as long as she shows up to WrestleMania. McIntyre also says he will put Rollins down because the title deserves so much better than Rollins and it also deserves better than Jey Uso. McIntyre also says all he wanted from Jey this entire time was an apology. McIntyre also says he wanted to be the bigger man and he apologized to Jey because he knew how much Jey needed this victory, but there wasn’t a chance in hell he was winning.

Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley then confronts Women’s Champion IYO SKY and the rest of Damage CTRL. Ripley tells SKY to stay out of her territory. SKY then chuckles and leaves.

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

Singles Match: Sami Zayn vs. Ivar

The match starts off with Ivar hitting a powerslam on Zayn and Zayn responding with a series of right hands. Zayn then springboards, leapfrogs over Ivar and clotheslines Ivar over the top rope. Zayn then hits a Tope on Ivar and sends Ivar back into the ring. Zayn then goes a tornado DDT, but Ivar puts on the brakes and sends Zayn flying over the top rope. Ivar then delivers a senton on Zayn off the apron. Ivar then goes for an avalanche back suplex, but Zayn counters that in midair and lands on Ivar. Ivar then kicks out and Zayn hits a tornado DDT on Ivar.

Ivar then counters a Helluva Kick attempt from Zayn with a spin kick and hits a powerbomb on Zayn. Zayn then kicks out and Ivar places Zayn on the top rope. Zayn then delivers a few strikes on Ivar and counters Ivar with a sunset flip bomb. Ivar then kicks out at two. Ivar then blocks Zayn’s exploder suplex and Zayn delivers a few strikes and a suplex on Ivar in the corner. Zayn then goes for his Helluva Kick finisher, but Ivar counters that with a seated senton. Ivar then misses the Doomsault and Zayn finally hits his Helluva Kick finisher on Ivar for the 1-2-3.

The winner of the Singles Match, Sami Zayn!

After the match, Bronson Reed runs over Zayn and destroys Zayn with the Tsunami.

We then head to the back, where Cathy Kelley is interviewing Intercontinental Champion “The Ring General” GUNTHER. GUNTHER starts off by giving Dominik Mysterio credit for stepping up tonight, but the outcome was never in doubt. GUNTHER then says the Gauntlet Match is stacked because it should be, but all the winner would earn is a chance to get outclassed by him at WrestleMania. Chad Gable then interrupts and says he is sick of GUNTHER’s condensing smile. Gable then says he could look past that, but he couldn’t look past what GUNTHER did to him after their match because the tears in his daughter’s eyes insulted him as a father. Gable also says this was his path to redemption which meant delivering on what he swore back in September and that is that he would take the title from GUNTHER and put it on his waist and taking that smile from GUNTHER and putting it on his daughter’s face. GUNTHER then chuckles and leaves.

“Main Event” Jey Uso then cuts a promo on McIntyre in the back. Jey says he was sorry for what he was going to do to McIntyre tonight. Jey also says McIntyre will find out that Jey doesn’t play.

Tommaso Ciampa, Johnny Gargano and R-Truth were then shown playing WWE 2K24 in the back. Miz then wondered how they were playing it early and Xavier Woods says he had a hookup with 2K. Miz then says he heard their ideas on how to get revenge on The Judgment Day and was baffled at suggestions of dropping slime or feeding them bread. R-Truth then says one of them may have a problem with gluten. Miz then says they should take the tag titles. Ciampa, Gargano and Truth then called themselves Regeneration-X and Woods pretended to like it.

The lineup for next week’s episode of RAW is then announced.

We then get the entrances of the main event, which is a Singles Match.

Singles Match: “Main Event” Jey Uso vs. “The Scottish Warrior” Drew McIntyre

The match starts off with Drew McIntyre and Jey Uso trading strike. Jey then sends McIntyre out of the ring. Jey and McIntyre then fight outside the ring. McIntyre then sends Jey clear across the commentary desk. McIntyre and Jey then trade strikes once again. Jey then delivers a big kick on McIntyre followed by a crossbody off the top rope, but McIntyre kicks out. Jey then goes for a leapfrog, but gets kicked in the face by McIntyre and Jey kicks out at two.

McIntyre then works over Jey, but Jey surprises McIntyre with a powerbomb out of the corner. Jey then goes for an Uso splash, but McIntyre gets his knees up and hits a spinebuster on Jey and Jey kicks out at two. McIntyre and Jey then trade strikes again and McIntyre sends Jey over the top rope. The fight then continues out on the floor and McIntyre hits a suplex on Jey.

Jey then takes control of the match and hits a dive on McIntyre. Jey then sends McIntyre back into the ring and goes to the top rope. Solo Sikoa then hops the barricade and McIntyre hits Jey with the Future Shock DDT after a distraction from Sikoa. Cody Rhodes then makes his way down to the ring and attacks Sikoa. McIntyre then calls for the Claymore, but Jey counters that with three superkicks and hits the spear on McIntyre. Jey then goes to the top rope, but gets distracted by his brother Jimmy Uso appearing at ringside. McIntyre then takes advantage and hits Jey with his Claymore Kick finisher for the win.

After the match, Jimmy Uso grabs a chair and slides it in the ring. Seth “Freakin” Rollins then makes his way down to the ring and hits a superkick on Jimmy Uso as Jimmy has a steel chair in hand looking to hit Jey with it. McIntyre then surprises Rollins with a Claymore Kick and stands tall as the show comes to a close.

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