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 25, 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 (3/25/2024):

  • CM Punk will make his return to the show
  • Singles Match: “Main Event” Jey Uso vs. Shinsuke Nakamura
  • Singles Match: Sami Zayn vs. “Big” Bronson Reed
  • Singles Match: Ricochet vs. The Judgment Day’s JD McDonagh
  • Singles Match: Ivy Nile vs. Candice LeRae
  • Singles Match: Andrade vs. Imperium’s Giovanni Vinci

WWE RAW Results (3/25/2024):

The show opens up with CM Punk shown arriving at the arena earlier today. We then get a recap of the Cody Rhodes/Roman Reigns segment from Smackdown.

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


Cody Rhodes starts off by asking Chicago what they want to talk about and the crowd cheers. Rhodes then says they are at the point on the road to WrestleMania where the time for talk has past. Rhodes also says last week Roman Reigns had some choice words on the Pat McAfee show. Rhodes then puts McAfee and Cole over. Rhodes then says Reigns said that he is making promises he can’t keep. Rhodes then says that he never makes a promise he can’t keep. Rhodes also says he has kept all of the promises over the past few years, including bring the Wrestling Club to both nights of WrestleMania. Rhodes also says he does what he does and acts like the champion because the champion is not here. Rhodes then says he respects Reigns, but because Reigns screwed him out of his dream last year, he hates Reigns’ guts. Rhodes then says Reigns may hate him, but he doesn’t care. Rhodes then says he knows he got in the way of the wank fest Reigns wanted to have with his cousin at WrestleMania, but he won the Royal Rumble and that is his right.

Rhodes then asks the WWE Universe if they will ride with him and fight with him against Roman Reigns. Rhodes then says he is going to point at the WrestleMania sign and he wants everyone else to do it with him and the crowd goes wild. Rhodes then does the Bullet Club hand gesture at the WrestleMania sign and the crowd does the same. The Rock’s music then hits and the crowd explodes as The Great One makes his way down to the ring.

Rhodes and The Rock have a long stare-down. The crowd then breaks into a CM Punk chant. The Rock then puts his hands behind his back and steps up to Rhodes. Rhodes then stands there as The Rock whispers something to him and Rhodes looks unnerved. The Rock then leaves the ring and The crowd boos The People’s Champion out of the building.

We then head to the back, where Jackie Redmond catches up to The Rock. Redmond asks The Rock what he said to Cody Rhodes in the ring. The Rock then tells Redmond to go ask Rhodes.

We then head over to The Judgment Day’s lounge and we see the group talk about McDonagh’s upcoming match against Ricochet. “Señor Money In The Bank” Damian Priest says he has a plan to turn the odds in their favor at WrestleMania and Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley makes it clear that she wants JD McDonagh to win tonight. “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio then assures Ripley that he will help McDonagh do so.

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

Singles Match: Ricochet vs. The Judgment Day’s JD McDonagh

The match starts off with McDonagh and Ricochet trading strikes. Ricochet then sends McDonagh out of the ring. Dominik then pulls McDonagh out of the way of a dive attempt by Ricochet, but Ricochet lands on his feet. McDonagh then retreats to the other side of the ring, but Ricochet still manages to hit a dive on him. McDonagh then misses a moonsault attempt and Ricochet nails him with a handspring elbow. Ricochet then hits a flying clothesline on McDonagh. Ricochet then gets a near fall after hitting McDonagh with a standing shooting star press. Ricochet then does a backflip off of McDonagh’s chest and nails him with an enziguiri. Ricochet then bounces off the ropes and gets hit with a Spanish fly by McDonagh, but Ricochet kicks out at two.

McDonagh then places Ricochet on the top rope, but Ricochet counters McDonagh and hits him with a poison rana. Ricochet then hits a ripcord on McDonagh, but Dominik puts McDonagh’s foot on the bottom rope to break the count. Dominik then distracts Ricochet as Ricochet goes for a springboard 450, but due to the delay, McDonagh gets his knees up and Ricochet still manages to kick out.

McDonagh then goes for his Devil Inside finisher, but Ricochet reverses it into a Canadian Destroyer. Ricochet then goes up top and Dominik gets on the apron. Dominik is then admonished by the referee and as he drops off the apron, he yanks the rope and crouches Ricochet on the top rope. The referee then ejects Dominik from ringside. McDonagh then goes after Ricochet, but Ricochet hits a shooting star press on McDonagh for the win.

The winner of the Singles Match, Ricochet!

CM Punk is then shown in the back holding a Chicago Cubs championship belt as he is set to head down to the ring next.

“Main Event” Jey Uso was then shown arriving earlier today.

Michael Cole then announces a sell-out crowd of 15,810 fans and says this was the WWE’s 11th straight televised sell-out.

Chicago’s own CM Punk’s music then hits and he makes his way down to the ring.

CM Punk starts off by saying he has got a lot to say. Punk says everyone is asking if he will be at WrestleMania. Punk then says yes he will be, but his elbow isn’t 100% yet and he isn’t cleared, however his mouth still works. Punk then says someone suggested that maybe he referee a match at WrestleMania. Punk then asks the crowd is there a title match happening at WrestleMania that needs an impartial referee and the crowd reacts. Punk then says Roman Reigns had a lot to say about him on the Pat McAfee show. Punk then says Reigns is on his way down while he will be on his way up and they will cross paths soon. Punk also says Seth Rollins had a lot to say about him as well. Punk then says The Rock hasn’t oddly had anything to say about him and maybe that is because The Rock remembers his arms are too short to box with God. Punk then says then there is Drew McIntyre. Punk then says that when he has an issue with someone he rather handle it face-to-face.

Drew McIntyre’s music then hits and Punk yells at the production crew to cut that stupid song off and demands that McIntyre get his b*tch a** in the ring. McIntyre says he dreamed for this moment, where Punk is in the ring and he’s hurt. McIntyre then stands on the announce desk and rips his shirt off to reveal another shirt taking a shot at Punk. Punk then tells McIntyre he has never had to put another man’s name on a shirt to sell it. McIntyre then says the funny thing about Punk is he is supposed to be straight edge, but he spends all his time in rehab. Punk then demands McIntyre get in the ring and speak into his good ear. McIntyre then sits on the announce desk while Punk lays down in the ring, begging McIntyre to get in there. McIntyre then says he needs Punk as Punk is his muse and he knows beyond a shadow of a doubt that he is the chosen one. Punk then laughs and asks McIntyre who chose him. McIntyre then laughs as Punk goes on to ask what that paragon of virtue’s name was and if he has the balls to say his name.

McIntyre then tells Punk he should be the guest commentator during his title match at WrestleMania as he wants Punk to be there when he finally has his moment and raise the world championship in front of live fans. Seth Rollins’s music hits and Rollins makes his way down to the ring to join Punk. Punk and Rollins then have a stare-down.

Rollins then gets in Punk’s face and welcomes the crowd to Monday Night Rollins. Rollins says you can’t make decisions about the World Heavyweight Championship Match when you aren’t in it. Rollins then says since they didn’t bother to ask him, he is going to ask the crowd what they think. The crowd then cheers for Punk to be the guest referee. Rollins then says Punk’s injured arm is his counting arm, but Punk drops down on the mat and counts with his healthy arm.

Punk then says he is pretty sure he wouldn’t be able to be objective in the ring with these two dipsh*ts. Rollins then says he loves the idea of Punk having to narrate his greatest moment. Rollins then says at this point that is probably the closes Punk is ever going to get to a world championship ever again. Punk then chuckles and says he is going to do something McIntyre’s stupid pyro and sword and Rollins’ bell bottoms and his wife couldn’t and that is that he will make Rollins and McIntyre interesting. Punk then walks away as his music plays. McIntyre then screams that Punk doesn’t get to have the last word. McIntyre then goes on a rant about Punk being obsessed with him. Rollins then superkicks McIntyre and nails him with a Stomp. Rollins then walks past Punk on the ramp on his way to the back.

Shinsuke Nakamura then cuts a promo on “Main Event” Jey Uso ahead of their match later tonight.

It is then announced that Meek Mill will be at WrestleMania in Philadelphia.

We then see a Snickers commercial with Big E, Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods.

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

Singles Match: Ivy Nile vs. Candice LeRae

The match starts off with Nile hitting a shoulder tackle on LeRae. Nile then follows that up with a single leg dropkick and a delayed vertical suplex, but LeRae sends Nile out of the ring. Nile then gets back in the ring and LeRae delivers right and left hands on her. LeRae then sends Nile back out of the ring, then blasts Dupri after she jumps up on the ring. LeRae then fakes an injury in the corner and rolls up Nile with her feet on the ropes for the win as an unimpressed Hartwell watches on.

The winner of the Singles Match, Candice LeRae!

After the match, Indi Hartwell looks upset by how LeRae won the match, while LeRae is elated.

We then head to the back, where New Day and #DIY have a conversation about the upcoming ladder match. R-Truth and Miz then shows up to add a little bit of comedy and to ease the tension as McIntyre could be seen in the background speaking to Paul Heyman.

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

Tag Team Match: The New Day (Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods) vs. #DIY (Johnny Gargano and Tommaso Ciampa)

The match starts off with Kingston landing on his feet after getting hit with a monkey flip from Ciampa. Gargano and Ciampa then double team Kingston. Gargano then goes for a roll-through head kick, but Kingston counters with a famouser. The New Day then hit their patented unicorn stampede. The Judgement Day then make their way down to the ring and attack The New Day and #DIY.

The Tag Team Match ends in a No Contest!

After the match, Judgment Day continues their attack on every single person at ringside. The Miz then gets in the ring, but Priest hits him with the South Of Heaven chokeslam. The Judgment Day then drags R-Truth in the ring and Priest hits Truth with the Razor’s Edge. Finn Balor then follows that up with a Coup De Grace and The Judgment Day poses to end the segment.

We then head to the back, where Jackie Redmond is interviewing “The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes. Redmond asks Rhodes what the Rock told him in the ring. Rhodes then apologizes to Redmond and the fans because what Rock told him was something he did not want to repeat. Rhodes then says it was a promise that Rock could not keep.

Cathy Kelley then interviews WWE Intercontinental Champion “The Ring General” GUNTHER about Sami Zayn. GUNTHER says he didn’t have much to say about Zayn as his words were empty. GUNTHER then says Chicago was filled with schlubby nerds just like Zayn and even they did not think Zayn could win. GUNTHER then says he doesn’t even think Zayn could beat “Big” Bronson Reed tonight.

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

Singles Match: Andrade vs. Imperium’s Giovanni Vinci

The match starts off with Vinci pushing Andrade and Andrade slapping Vinci. Vinci then sends Andrade into the ropes and Andrade does tranquillo. Vinci then nails Andrade with a right hand and goes for a springboard, but Andrade hits him with a dropkick midair. Vinci then rolls out of the ring. Andrade then hits Vinci with a triangle moonsault. Andrade then sends Vinci back into the ring and goes for a moonsault off the top rope, but Vinci rolls out of the way. Andrade then lands on his feet and hits a standing moonsault on Vince, but Vinci kicks out. Vinci then hits Andrade with a crossbody block. Andrade then hits Vinci with a couple of Dragon Screws. Andrade then kips up and hits a couple of running double knees to Vinci in the corner. Andrade then hits Vinci with The Message for the win.

The winner of the Singles Match, Andrade!

WWE Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley and “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio make their way down to the ring.

Rhea Ripley starts off by saying she feels like she isn’t getting enough attention. Ripley then says a certain someone isn’t giving her any attention. Ripley then says “The Man” Becky Lynch has been fighting everyone else each week and she could have attacked Lynch during any of her many matches over the last few weeks, but she decided to be respectful. Ripley then tells Dominik to back her up and as soon as he speaks, he gets drowned out with boos. Becky Lynch’s music then hits and Lynch joins Ripley and Dominik in the ring.

Lynch and Ripley argue about what it means to be a champion and Ripley says Lynch reminds her of a cockroach because it is hard to kill her, but not impossible. Ripley then says when she is done with Lynch after WrestleMania Lynch will get to hear her daughter call Ripley Mami. Lynch then loses it after Ripley mentions her daughter. Lynch then tells Ripley after WrestleMania neither of them will be the same again. Dominik then holds Ripley back and steps up to Lynch. Lynch then nails Dominik and Lynch and Ripley brawl. Ripley then boots Lynch in the face and sends her into the ring post. Ripley then helps Dominik up and goes to leave, but Lynch jumps off the ring steps and lands on Ripley and Dominik. Lynch and Ripley then brawl until they are separated by referees.

We then head to the back, where Chad Gable is shown speaking to Maxxine Dupri, but would then speak with Sami Zayn upon seeing him walk by. Zayn says he wasn’t particularly interested in hearing from Gable. Zayn then says he knew Gable didn’t think he could beat GUNTHER and adds that GUNTHER didn’t think he could beat Reed tonight. Zayn then says he wanted GUNTHER to eat his words tonight. Gable then tells Zayn that this was exactly what GUNTHER wanted because GUNTHER is ruining his focus. Gable then tells Zayn to get his head out of his ass and focus on Reed. Zayn then shakes Gable’s hand.

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

Singles Match: Sami Zayn vs. “Big” Bronson Reed

The match starts off with Reed hitting a shoulder tackle on Zayn, but Zayn answers back with a back elbow and sends Reed out of the ring. Zayn then jumps on Reed from the top rope to the outside, then sends Reed back inside the ring and looks to jump off the top rope. Reed moves out of the way and hits Zayn with a chop that sends Zayn to the outside. Reed then hits Zayn with a shoulder tackle off the apron.

Reed then hits Zayn with an elbow drop, but Zayn responds with a kick to Reed’s face, then hits him with several chops. Reed then delivers chops of his own to Zayn, but Zayn responds with a clothesline to Reed as GUNTHER appears at the top of the ramp to watch the match. Reed then looks to take advantage of the distraction, but Zayn sees him coming. Reed then manages to deliver a headbutt to Zayn and a splash in the corner, but Zayn rolls him up. Reed then kicks out and Zayn looks to deliver more offense, but Reed counters into a crossbody. Reed then hits a twisting neckbreaker on Zayn, but Zayn manages to respond with a Tornado DDT. Zayn then looks for his Helluva Kick finisher, but becomes distracted by GUNTHER. Zayn then charges at Reed, but Reed hits Zayn with a clothesline and a senton. Reed then climbs to the top rope and hits Zayn with the Tsunami for the win.

The winner of the Singles Match, “Big” Bronson Reed!

We then head to the back, where “Main Event” Jey Uso is cutting a promo on Shinsuke Nakamura. Solo Sikoa and Jimmy Uso then appear next to Jey Uso. Jimmy Uso then says “No Yeet” and leaves with Sikoa.

We then see a frustrated Sami Zayn vent to Chad Gable about letting GUNTHER get in his head. Gable then tells Zayn that GUNTHER plants seeds of doubt and says Zayn is one of the best that he has ever been in the ring with. Gable then says Zayn can’t let GUNTHER get in his head, then says he needs a different approach. Gable then says they can talk if Zayn wants to take a different approach.

We then see “Main Event” Jey Uso and World Heavyweight Champion Seth “Freakin” Rollins in Gorilla. Seth Rollins tells Jey Uso that something doesn’t feel right, then tells him that he and Rhodes have his back and wishes him luck in his upcoming match. Jey Uso then makes his way down to the ring for the next match, which is the main event. Shinsuke Nakamura then makes his way down to the ring next.

Singles Match: “Main Event” Jey Uso vs. Shinsuke Nakamura

The match starts off with Jey Uso looking to jump out of the ring and land on Nakamura, but Nakamura responds with a kick on Jey. Nakamura then places Jey Uso on the top rope and hits him with a couple of knees to his midsection that sends Jey out of the ring.

Jey then delivers a number of open palm strikes to Nakamura and hits him with a kick on his midsection. Jey then hits Nakamura with an enzuigiri and looks for a Hip Attack in the corner, but Nakamura moves out of the way and hits Jey with a German suplex using the middle rope. Nakamura then climbs to the second rope and looks to jump, but Jey moves out of the way and hits a superkick on Nakamura. Nakamura then hits Jey with a knee to the back of his neck as Jimmy Uso and Solo Sikoa appear from the crowd. Cody Rhodes and Seth “Freakin” Rollins then make their way down to even the score, but Drew McIntyre shows up and sends Rollins into the ring post. McIntyre then hits Rollins with a Futureshock DDT. Nakamura then puts Jey in a Sleeper. Jey then follows that up with a superkick and a spear for the win.

The winner of the Singles Match, “Main Event” Jey Uso!

After the match, we head to the back and see Cody Rhodes and Jimmy Uso continuing to brawl. Rhodes sends Jimmy out of the arena, but Sikoa goes after him. Rhodes then begins beating Sikoa down, but The Rock blindsides Rhodes and sends his head into a trash can. Rock then sends the trash can bouncing off of Rhodes’ head before he sends Rhodes crashing into a road case. Rock then dumps a box of tools on Rhodes, then sends him crashing into a barricade and hits Rhodes with a second trash can.

The Rock then sends Rhodes out of the arena and follows him out there as he berates the Chicago crowd. The Rock then brawls with Rhodes between production trucks in the pouring rain, then tells Chicago, fans at home and Rhodes’ mom to look at what he’s done to their hero. The Rock then begins targeting Rhodes’ leg, then sends Rhodes crashing into a production truck. The Rock then continues to run his mouth as Rhodes begins bleeding and The Rock sends Rhodes’ head bouncing off a production truck. The Rock then slaps Rhodes, then shows off his weight belt that says “Mama Rhodes”. The Rock then says he is a man of his word, then wipes some of the blood off Rhodes’ head and wipes it onto the belt. The Rock then sends Rhodes crashing into a production truck once again, then tells Rhodes’ mother to look at her son as the show comes to a close.

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