Monday Night Raw was filmed LIVE from the Performance Center for the April 20, 2020 episode in Orlando, Fl, this comes off multiple weeks of taped content due to the Covid-19 nationwide pandemic.
Featured below are complete results of the April 20th episode of WWE Monday Night RAW from the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, FL written by EWrestling.com’s newest female reporter, Jamie Rush. Follow me on Twitter @JamieRush312.
WWE MONDAY NIGHT RAW RESULTS (4/20/2020)
Drew McIntyre In-Ring
“Hey all you cool cats and kittens!” McIntyre starts the show off as we enter the Performance Center in Orlando, FL for tonight’s episode of Monday Night RAW. McIntyre discusses the meaning of the WWE Championship — history, prestige, glory, fame, all the good parts of being the champ, however it also paints a huge bulls-eye on your back. McIntyre states whoever holds the title is the best of the best, adding everyone wants to be on top of the mountain.
That brings him to Seth Rollins, noting that Rollins stomped his head last week. McIntyre states that Rollins wants to be the champion, and McIntyre is the champ. McIntyre reminds that last week he said that anyone that goes against him for the title has to deserve the spot. McIntyre isn’t sure if Rollins deserves an opportunity for the title.
McIntyre continues on that Rollins is one of the most decorated Superstars of all time, and McIntyre states that if he wants to continue to be the greatest of all time, he has to beat the best. McIntyre then announces, “So in three weeks time, at the Money in the Bank pay-per-view, Drew McIntyre vs. Seth Rollins for the WWE Championship.”
McIntyre then asks the cameraman to get in close, he has to talk to Rollins directly, “Hey Seth,” as he waves, “how are you buddy? I’m not going to hurl a bunch of insults at you…” McIntyre is interrupted by Zelina Vega with Angel Garza and Austin Theory in tow.
Zelina shouts from the stage, “Hey Drew! I know I can’t speak for the entire WWE Universe, but we are so sick of all your ‘rah-rah’ speeches” McIntyre points to himself surprised. Zelina continues on. Zelina informs McIntyre that he’s so focused on the Money in the Bank pay-per-view that he isn’t even aware of tonight, at which point McIntyre is attacked from behind by Andrade. Zelina laughs as Andrade blindsides McIntyre.
The joke is short-lived as McIntyre lands a Claymore on Andrade. Vega’s face grows serious as she smacks Angel Garza in the chest shouting, “Go get him!” Garza sort of shrugs and looks away, so Zelina tells Austin Theory to go after McIntyre, Theory’s response quite similar to Garza’s. “What do you mean NO?” McIntyre asks what’s wrong with her guys, 3, 2, 1…. ANOTHER CLAYMORE, this time Andrade is knocked out of the ring.
“Anybody want next?” commentary from the broadcaster’s table. McIntyre looks into the camera stating, “You may want to put the kids to bed, because I am going to slaughter Angel Garza…” as McIntyre leans on the ropes.
The commentary team of Byron Saxton, Jerry Lawler, and Tom Phillips explain the unique Money in the Bank pay-per-view in detail, including that the main match will take start at the ground floor of WWE Headquarters. then announce Aleister Black vs. Austin Theory, MVP vs. Apollo Crews and finally Rey Mysterio vs. Murphy, noting that Aleister and Austin are up after the commercial.
With that, we go to the first commercial break!
Money in the Bank Qualifier Match
Aleister Black vs. Austin Theory
As we come back from commercial break, Austin Theory is standing inside the ring as his music is playing in the Performance Center. We head over to the broadcaster’s table where Zelina Vega joins Lawler, Saxton, and Phillips on commentary. Out next is Aleister Black as his music sounds in the arena. This Money in the Bank qualifier match is officially announced as Aleister rolls over the top rope into an Indian Style sitting position inside the ring. The referee signals for the bell, the bell rings and the match begins!!
Black grabs Theory by the leg early on, dropping Theory to the canvas. Zelina Vega is arguing with the commentators. Theory attempts to gain control of the match, Black quickly grabs the arm of Theory and wraps him up as they both drop to the canvas as they continue to grapple. Theory side steps a Leg Sweep attempt by Black, Black Mass attempt by Black, Theory rolls out of the ring.
Theory is knocked through the ropes. Vega begins shouting at Aleister Black telling him he “isn’t playing fair” as Vega steps away from the broadcaster’s table and heads towards the ring. Vega then twists her hair as Theory blindsides Black who is temporarily distracted by Vega on the ramp. Theory throws Black into the barricade at ringside as we go to commercial break!
As we come back from commercial break, Theory drops Black with a Kick, following up with a pin attempt, Black kicking out at two. Vega is asked about what happened before the commercial break, Vega responds that she doesn’t have to explain anything to them. Theory catches a boot in the corner of the ring from Black. Black rolls Theory for a pin attempt, Theory kicks out at two.
Theory goes for the ATL, Black counters and Black quickly applies the triangle on Theory’s arm, locking in an Arm Bar, Theory counters with a one-handed Power Bomb. Both men laid out in the center of the ring. Theory rubbing his arm as the referee begins to count both men out. As the referee gets to seven, Theory is back to his feet, Black follows. Black focuses on the injured arm of Theory.
Black is thrown sternum first into the turnbuckle by Theory. Black finding his wind with a series of strikes followed by a swipe of the leg. Black with a Moonsault from the middle rope into a pin, Theory kicks out at two. Both men gasping for air as the match continues on. Vega continues to babble and be rude on commentary as she hypes Theory.
Theory lands a Super Kick followed by a Knee to the back of Black for a pin attempt of his own, Black kicks out at two. The Austin Theory Launch, Black with a knee to the face of Theory as he takes control, a German Suplex as he goes into a cover on Theory for the two count. Black looks for Black Mass, Theory ducks. A Back Elbow connects, Black again goes for Black Mass, this time connects for the three count and the win!
Winner: Aleister Black
After the Match
Byron Saxton congratulates Aleister Black on his victory inside the ring, immediately following the match, Saxton then asks Black what his plan for the MITB match at the WWE Corporate Headquarters in Stamford, Connecticut is.
Black still out of breath, responds between each breath. Black states he doesn’t know much about corporate life, but when he does enter the MITB Ladder Match, for his opponents, each floor of that building, he will make sure is turned into their own personal hell. Black then walks away.
We go to another commercial break!
As we return from commercial break, Shayna Baszler’s music sounds, Baszler poses at the top of the ramp, the interviewer walks in as Baszler is shadow boxing. Shayna is told she came into the qualifier last week in very “brutal fashion” as she stomped Sarah Logan’s arm, then asked if Baszler thought she took it “too far”.
Baszler responds, “Too far? Did I break any rules? No, I just broke Sarah Logan’s arm.” With that, Baszler makes her way down the ramp and enters the ring, beginning to jump around from foot to foot as we are sent into a video from last week’s match between Shayna Baszler and Sarah Logan, Logan getting her arm stomped as she cried out in pain, Baszler rolling out of the ring and walking away.
Back in the ring, the bell rings and the match begins. Baszler with several strikes followed by a Gut Wrench Suplex. Baszler looks as though she’s going to stomp the arm of Hartwell, Hartwell rolls and gets away from Baszler, then upsetting Baszler as she rolls her. Baszler back to her feet across the ring with an enraged look in her eyes, runs towards Hartwell.
Hartwell lands a boot to the face of Baszler. Baszler now irate, but begins to laugh, throwing strikes, then picking up Hartwell dropping her on the canvas, followed by a Knee Strike and finally the Arm Stomp by Baszler. The referee calls a stop to the match as Hartwell is unable to continue.
Winner: Shayna Baszler
After the Match
Shayna Baszler’s music sounds as she wins . Baszler walks back towards the ring with a ladder in hand. Baszler grabs Hartwell and lifts her by her body, slamming her head into the barricade, then setting up the ladder against the metal stairs. Baszler puts Hartwell’s arm inside the ladder and runs and kicks the ladder, surely breaking the arm of Hartwell post-match.
Medics head to ringside, tending to the injuries caused by Baszler as we head to commercial break!
Brendan Vink & Shane Thorne vs. Cedric Alexander & Ricochet
As we return from commercial break, music sounds for Ricochet and Cedric Alexander as they make their way to the stage, surrounded by smoke as the two pose together, then make their way down the ramp and enter the ring. Ricochet surfs the top rope as Cedric runs around the ring. Brendan Vink and Shane Thorne already inside the ring, awaiting their opponents. The referee signals for the bell, the bell rings and the match officially begins.
A lot of quick moves and fast paced action early on, Ricochet rolling over and tagging in Alexander at one point, Ricochet tagging back in and landing several quick moves. From the outside, Vink finally slows things down as he grabs the leg of Ricochet, dropping him face first onto the apron. Back inside the ring, Vink holding Ricochet on his back, running towards the turnbuckle, Ricochet counters, flipping Vink, then giving the tag to Alexander.
Uppercut by Thorne on Alexander. Alexander using the ropes in the Tornado DDT, followed by the Standing Shooting Star. Ricochet gets the DDT on Vink, Ricochet tags in Alexander. The Recoil into the Lumbar Check for the three count and the win!
Winners: Ricochet & Cedric Alexander
Asuka and Kairi Sane walk up chanting a song as they laugh. The height difference between Sane and Nia Jax is noted. Asuka looks to Sane and says, “Be serious. Tonight, Kairi is ready for rematch. Right? Right? Right? No one is ready for Asuka!” They start laughing once again and dancing as they head off screen. (That is the first full response I’ve heard Asuka give in English, pretty impressive!)
Bobby Lashley Announcement
We see Bobby Lashley standing inside the gym of the Performance Center alone with his arms crossed. He then signals with a head tilt for whoever is off screen to come over. Lana comes over finally walks over and rubs his arm stating,
“…and I’m Lana”. Bobby then states he will demonstrate how easy it is to flip a tractor tire. Lana chimes in stating that everyone that is jealous of her now… wait til they see her Bobby in action.
We go to commercial break!
As we come back from commercial break, SmackDown Live this Friday, 25 Year Celebration of The Game is noted, commentary also makes a point of speaking on Triple H being a long-time Superstar.
Kairi Sane vs. Nia Jax
Out first is Kairi Sane as the Kabuki Warriors entrance theme is played. Sane makes her way down the ramp and enters the ring twirling her parasol umbrella as she smiles. Out next is Nia Jax as her music blares over the speakers in the Performance Center. Jax enters the ring with awaiting opponent Sane.
Sane with The Sleeper on Jax to start the match off. Jax throws Sane off her back. Next, Jax swings Sane in circles and throws her across the ring. We see Asuka watching the match from backstage on the monitors. Asuka cheers on Kairi. Jax lands a Big Clothesline as Sane gasps and writhes in pain on the apron. Jax lifts Sane up by her head and throws her into the turnbuckle, Sane hitting the back of her neck.
As Jax goes running full force towards Sane in the corner, Sane side steps, Sane targeting the knee of Jax. Jax’s knee gives out, dropping her to one knee. Once again Asuka is shown rooting Sane on. Sane throws several forearms followed by a Spinning BackFist on Jax, Jax drops to the canvas for the first time in the match. Sliding D by Sane, followed by Sane going for the inSane Elbow, Jax side steps.
Nia picks Sane up and drops her back to the canvas followed by a cover for the three count for the win!
Winner: Nia Jax
After the Match
Highlights are shown from the match.
Phillips takes us back to last week on RAW during the main event between Drew McIntyre and Andrade, McIntyre winning the match, celebrating as Garza hits McIntyre from behind, Rollins then stomping out the WWE Champ.
We are then informed that Seth Rollins has made a response video to Drew McIntyre, and we head into the video.
Seth Rollins Responds To Drew McIntyre
Seth Rollins is sitting in what looks like a home library or office as he states, “You are a brave man, Drew McIntyre. I admire that. I respect that. Not many men know what it’s like to walk in your shoes, but I do. (a video clip shows Rollins winning the title) Not many people know what it’s like to go into a main event and beat Brock Lesnar, but I do (a video clip is shown of Rollins beating Lesnar) We have a lot in common. We command the respect of our peers, and we have a deep, deep love and passion for this industry (a video of both superstars celebrating victories inside the ring at different times).
I accept your challenge… not out of respect, not out of disdain, I accept your challenge out of necessity, out of duty, because now more than ever, the WWE Universe need a leader and as much as you an I have in common, the similarities stop there. I am a proven leader (a video clip of The Monday Night Messiah), and you’re not. I am the one who will sacrifice for the greater good, I am the one that will make the difficult decisions, I am the one that will be the light in the darkness. At MITB, I’m going to take the title from you Drew, and not because I want to, because I have to.” The video ends.
With that we go to commercial break!
Viking Raiders Car Ride Karaoke Clip
Erik and Ivar in their version of Car Ride Karaoke. We’re here to stay, Viking Raiders! We’re men with beards, Viking Raiders. They chant several other matter of fact statements about themselves followed by “Viking Raiders” as the clip ends.
Money In The Bank Qualifier Match
MVP vs. Apollo Crews
MVP’s music sounds as he makes his way to the ring, holding a microphone in hand. MVP begins speaking on events from earlier in the evening. Then MVP states, this isn’t about any of that, this is his time. He goes on to discuss Apollo Crews, affirming that he’s a big name in the game. MVP continues to insult Crews, finally MVP is interrupted.
Apollo Crews music interrupts MVP’s in-ring rant. Crews stands tall inside the ring, looking down to MVP. The referee signals for the bell, the bell rings and the match begins. MVP attempts to throw a strike. MVP ends upon the apron, MVP asks for a “Time Out”… no luck. As Crews steps onto the apron, MVP sweeps the leg of Crews, causing him to fall off the apron and fall to the floor outside of the ring as we go to commercial.
As we return from commercial break, MVP somehow has gained control of the match, the Camel Clutch locked in on Crews. MVP taunts Crews, calling him “NXT good, not really Monday Night RAW good.” Finally Crews is able to get back to his feet as he slams MVP into the turnbuckle, breaking free. MVP again gets the better of Crews as he goes for the cover. Crews kicks out at two.
A Rear Chinlock on Crews as MVP begins name dropping well known opponents. MVP looking for the Play Maker, Crews counters with a Spine Buster. MVP’s trash talking lands him in the corner of the ring, Crews raining down strikes on MVP. Crews with a big Clothesline, followed by a big Slam for a pin attempt. MVP kicks out at two.
Crews gets to the top, MVP blocks the Frog Splash by getting his knees up. MVP hits the Play Maker, Crews kicks out! MVP gets knocked to the canvas by an Inzuguri, followed by a Standing Moonsault, then a Standing Shooting Star, finishing with a Power Bomb! Crews gets the cover, for the three count and the win!
Winner: Apollo Crews
After the Match
Commentary notes Apollo Crews joins Aleister Black and Daniel Bryan with one more opponent to be named following the last qualifier tonight.
Crews shouts, “I’m going to Money in the Bank!!” inside the ring.
Backstage Interview- Ruby Riott
Ruby Riott is asked about the former Riott Squad. Riott angry, yet almost in tears states there was never really a “Riott Squad”. Riott then states she had to have double shoulder surgery because she carried the other girls from the “Riot Squad” on her back, stating she had to make them look strong.
Riott points out, “now look at them, Sarah Logan has a broken arm, and Liv Morgan will be lucky if I don’t break both of her arms tonight.” On that note, we head to commercial break!
Liv Morgan vs. Ruby Riott
As we return from commercial break, Liv Morgan’s music sounds in the arena as Morgan makes her way down the ramp and enters the ring, awaiting her ex-friend and opponent. Out next is Ruby Riott, her music blaring the speakers in the Performance Center. Riott enters the ring with Morgan as the referee signals for the bell. The bell rings and the match begins.
Early on in the match, Ruby Riott has control of Liv Morgan. Riott landing several good hits on Morgan. Morgan off the middle ropes with a Drop Kick to Riott for a pin attempt. Riott kicks out at two. Riott hangs Morgan on the top rope followed by a kick to the side of the face. Riott goes for the cover, Morgan kicks out at two.
Riott twisting Morgan as she slams her face first to the mat. Morgan with Back Elbows on Riott. Back to their feet, Riott lands a few strikes on Morgan. Big Forearm by Morgan. Morgan gets an Elbow to the face. Riott states, “I will always own you. I want to hear you beg! BEG!” Morgan lands the Flatliner off the ropes on Riott for the cover and the three count!
Winner: Liv Morgan
After the Match
Morgan continues holding her mouth, injured but still allows the ref to hold her hand up in victory. Riott cries in the ring as Morgan walks backwards up the ramp, staring down Riott.
Bobby Lashley In Gym
Bobby Lashley flipped a tire.
We then go to commercial break!
Remembering Howard Finkel
As we return from commercial break, a moment of silence as a picture of Howard Finkel is shown with the words “In Memory of Howard Finkel 1950-2020”
We return to the Performance Center where commentary states they could never forget Howard Finkel, or the voice he leant to so many important events throughout the years.
Money in the Bank Qualifying Match
Buddy Murphy vs. Rey Mysterio
Out first is Rey Mysterio as his music sounds in the Performance Center. Mysterio makes his way down the ramp and enters the ring. Out next as his music sounds is Murphy who had stated last week “nobody wants this more than I do” commentary reminds. Murphy jumps onto the apron and enters the ring.
The Monday Night Messiah is shown on the jumbotron at the top of the ramp. The bell rings and the match begins. Early take down by Murphy, Mysterio counters and flips over Murphy. A lot of quick movements and both men back to their feet. Murphy states, “Not bad for an old man.” Murphy trying to take control, Mysterio with a Waist-lock, Murphy counters, grabbing the arm of Mysterio and twisting his shoulder.
Mysterio sets up for the 619, Murphy ducks the move. Murphy goes for a Pump Kick, Mysterio side steps. Mysterio dislocated his finger from the kick. Murphy jumps out of the ring and attacks Mysterio from behind, throwing him into the barricade. Both men back in the ring. A cover on Mysterio by Murphy, Mysterio kicks out. Mysterio lands a Back Elbow on Murphy as Murphy and Mysterio exit the ring. Murphy stomps the injured hand of Mysterio as we go to commercial!
As we come back from commercial, Mysterio is laying against the barricade, the commentators noting Murphy has not let up on Mysterio at all during the commercial. Murphy re-enters the ring quickly then exits to restart the 10 count by the referee. Mysterio creates space between himself and Murphy. Murphy drags Mysterio up to the apron as Murphy climbs the turnbuckle, stepping on Mysterio’s injured hand again. Mysterio again trying to pull his finger back into place.
Hurricanrana by Mysterio onto Murphy, landing Murphy on the diamond plate ringside. Mysterio with a kick to the face of Murphy from the apron. Mysterio with the Springboard Senton followed by the Crossbody. Mysterio takes another shot to the hand. Mysterio shouts 619 to no avail, but follows up with a DDT for the pin attempt. Murphy kicks out at two.
Murphy sitting on the apron, Mysterio follows him to the apron as the referee tells both men to get back into the ring. Mysterio lands a strike, Murphy counters with a kick, Murphy lifts Mysterio up onto his shoulders, Mysterio with a Kick landing Murphy on the outside into the barricade. Mysterio slamming Murphy into the barricade face first. Murphy rolls towards the ring, Mysterio lifts Murphy, throwing him into the ring. Mysterio climbs in at nine.
Mysterio to the top turnbuckle, Crossbody, Murphy catches him and a heavy Knee Strike followed by a Brain Buster for the cover, Mysterio kicks out. Murphy and Mysterio both on the mat, Murphy struggling back to his feet. Murphy drags Mysterio across the ring, landing a stomp on Mysterio. Murphy glances at the Money in the Bank briefcase above the ring. Murphy heads up top. Mysterio quickly follows him.
Mysterio on the second rope, Murphy attempts the Sunset Flip, then Super-kick blocked, Mysterio hits the 619 and goes to the top landing a Falling Splash on Murphy for the three count by “the old man” Mysterio!
Winner: Rey Mysterio
After the Match
Highlights from the match are shown as Mysterio exits the ring, Murphy left with a look of anger on his face as he stands inside the ring.
Charly Caruso is joined by Zelina Vega and Angel Garza. Caruso states things didn’t go as planned, Zelina asks how Caruso knows things aren’t going according to her plan. Zelina states it would be a real shame if Drew McIntyre didn’t make it to Money in the Bank.
Garza then flirts with Caruso telling her he would love if she asked him how it felt to power through the match. Caruso mumbles, “I could do that…” as Garza walks off. We go to commercial break.
Charlotte Flair vs. Kayden Carter
As we come back from commercial break, Charlotte Flair’s music sounds in the Performance Center as the reigning NXT Women’s Champion makes her way down the ramp and enters the ring. Kayden Carter is shown in her corner, already waiting inside the ring for tonight’s match. The referee signals for the bell. The bell rings and the match begins.
Flair looking unfazed walks slowly over to the ropes and props her foot up as she begins to stretch, Carter stands waiting, then is caught off guard as Flair lands a boot to the face of Carter. Flair with another kick to the face of Carter. Flair states, “Always, always do your homework.” Crucifix Bomb for the cover, Kayden locks her legs around Flair, working on locking in a submission.
Flair muscles through as she gets to one knee, then stands up with Carter sideways locked on her back. Flair with an Elbow to the mouth of Carter. Flair hits a Spear on Carter. Flair wipes her hands as she grabs the leg of Carter setting up for the Figure Four, toying with Carter as she tells her to sit up, then smacks her before bridging into a Figure Eight. Carter taps.
Winner: Charlotte Flair
We head to commercial break once again!
Bobby Lashley Attempts To Prove Strength
We see a 450 pound tire sitting in front of Bobby Lashley. Lashley states he doesn’t know if he can move it, but if anyone can, it’s him. Lashley fails on the first attempt. He tries again, kicking it, upset. Lashley attempts it again, this time flipping the tire. Lana comes running up and states she knew he could do it. Lashley states that that’s the strength the men in the locker room need to fear.
A video clip is shown of Zelina Vega from early tonight when Andrade landed a Chop Lock from behind as McIntyre was distracted by Vega. Theory and Garza refused to get involved, McIntyre landed on more Claymore on Andrade.
Andrade (with Zelina Vega) vs. Akira Tozawa
Out first is Andrade as his music sounds in the Performance Center. Andrade makes his way down the ramp with Zelina Vega close behind as Andrade pounds the belt, holding it over the top rope as we go to commercial break.
As we come back from commercial break, Andrade is still standing on the top turnbuckle holding up his belt. His opponent Akira Tozawa is announced as Tozawa’s music sounds in the Performance Center. Tozawa enters the ring, the bell rings and the match begins. Tozawa with a Roundhouse Kick to the face of Andrade, Tozawa follows up with a pin attempt. Andrade throws Tozawa off the ropes, Tozawa knocks Andrade out of the ring.
Andrade back to the apron outside of the ropes, Tozawa lands another kick on Andrade, knocking him back to the floor outside of the ring. Cannonball by Tozawa onto Andrade on the outside! Both men make their way back into the ring, Tozawa lands a Missile Dropkick. Zelina states, “Send that message, to Drew!” Andrade with a Back Elbow then a Hammering Back Elbow.
Tozawa locks in an Iron Octopus, Andrade finally gets to the top rope, forcing Tozawa to let go. Andrade with a massive elbow! Tozawa gets a pin attempt on Andrade who kicks out at two! Back and forth between the two, Andrade with a Super-kick, followed by a Hanging Hammerlock DDT from the top for the three count.
After the Match
Street Profits make their way out, heading to the broadcaster’s table, passing by Andrade and Zelina Vega as they shout, “Hey! Hey!” We go to commercial break.
Bianca Belair vs. Santana Garrett
As we come back from commercial break, Bianca Belair makes her way out as her music sounds in the Performance Center. Belair swings her braid around with a smile on her face as Street Profits shout on the mics at ringside as guest commentators. Santana Garrett is already waiting in the ring as the referee signals for the bell. The bell rings and the match begins.
Early on, Garrett is slammed to the canvas. Belair gets shoved in the face, Belair looks stunned, then turns and knocks Garrett to the canvas once again. “That’s easy money!” Street Profits shout. Belair landing stomps to the body of Garrett against the turnbuckles in the corner of the ring.
Belair throws Santana into the ropes, as Santana comes back, Belair shoves Santana to the canvas. Later, a Hip Toss on Santana, Belair then flips Santana, holding her in a Squating Vertical Suplex, finishing with a KOD for the win!
Winner: Bianca Belair
Angel Garza vs. Drew McIntyre
Out first as we come back from commercial break for tonight’s main even is Angel Garza, accompanied by Zelina Vega, Austin Theory, and the United States Champion Andrade. Angel Garza enters the ring alone, removing his vest as he rocks back and forth, awaiting the WWE Champion, Drew McIntyre. McIntyre’s music sounds in the Performance Center as he’s announced. McIntyre makes his way down the ramp and crosses the apron, entering the ring.
The referee signals for the bell, the bell rings and the main event match begins! Garza runs at McIntyre, Garza lands a strike or two, then McIntyre lands several strikes followed by a Chop Block to the knee of Garza. McIntyre asks him how his leg feels. A Back Elbow from Garza to make space between the two, McIntyre counters with a Belly to Belly.
The match moves to ringside, McIntyre slamming Garza into the barricade. McIntyre lands a Chop to the chest of Garza. McIntyre states, “Nah, I can do better than that” then McIntyre lands an even harder and louder Chop to the chest of Garza. Andrade and Theory attempt to assist Garza on the outside, Vega shouting commands from behind them. The referee gets to the count of eight.
Both men back in the ring, Garza gets to the top, and flies towards McIntyre for the Crossbody, getting a one count on McIntyre. Garza receives a Clothesline by McIntyre, a massive strike to the forehead of Garza. McIntyre to the top turnbuckle, taking down Garza. McIntyre sets up for the Claymore, shouting ‘Three….” and Garza attempts to exit the ring, McIntyre runs over, grabbing the pants of Garza who still exits the ring. “How do you like that? I can do it all!” McIntyre tells Vega as he takes out all three men on the outside.
McIntyre laid out Andrade on the outside of the ring, then laid out Austin Theory, then with the Claymore to the face of Garza for the three count, Vega open mouth stunned!
Winner: Drew McIntyre
After the Match
McIntyre asks Byron if he’s saying nice things about him. McIntyre then states, “let’s give him another kick” McIntyre lands another Claymore on Garza. He asks Vega if she liked that, then states “You keep bringing them in and lining them up, I’ll keep Claymoring them down!”
Austin Theory enters the ring, not sure where he is, and gets knocked out once again, left inside the ring with Garza as McIntyre laughs exiting the ring to end the show!
That’s all folks!