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Ric Flair named Drew McIntyre as the final member of Team Flair

WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair names Drew McIntyre as the final member of Team Flair, which will face Team Hogan at WWE Crown Jewel on Oct. 31 on WWE Network.

CLEVELAND — One of the more surprising moves in the WWE Draft on Night 1 was Raw’s selection of Drew McIntyre with the fifth overall pick. It appears, however, that Ric Flair was of the same mindset as the suits at USA who brought the Scot to Team Red. “The Nature Boy” opened Raw by naming McIntyre as the final member of Team Flair at WWE Crown Jewel, a “favor” the former NXT Champion was all too happy to accept. And while McIntyre hinted at having more to say in the future, for the time being, his business was clear: A bout against Team Hogan ace Ricochet that he happily offered Flair a ringside seat for, albeit with the grim caveat that things were about to get "uncomfortable."

CLEVELAND — One of the more surprising moves in the WWE Draft on Night 1 was Raw’s selection of Drew McIntyre with the fifth overall pick. It appears, however, that Ric Flair was of the same mindset as the suits at USA who brought the Scot to Team Red. “The Nature Boy” opened Raw by naming McIntyre as the final membe...

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Drew McIntyre def. Ricochet

Team Flair member Drew McIntyre vows his match with Ricochet is a preview of what’s in store when Team Flair battles Team Hogan at WWE Crown Jewel on Oct. 31.

Anyone who thought Drew McIntyre would need a little time to get back in the swing of things was soundly corrected on Monday night when the former NXT Champion defeated Ricochet in an in-ring return that was just as monstrous as he promised it would be.

The victory may have been even more impressive than it appeared on first glance. Smaller, faster Superstars tend to give McIntyre more fits than he’d like to admit (see: Alexander, Cedric), but there was rarely a moment in this match that the Scot wasn’t in control of the former United States Champion. Ricochet briefly found some distance by going high-risk, even connecting with a Shooting Star Press. But the depleted high-flyer was too worn down to hit the Recoil, and McIntyre capitalized by throwing his foe shoulder-first into the turnbuckle and connecting with the Claymore seconds later for the win.

Of course, McIntyre had promised to make everyone uncomfortable, and he made good on his word, brutalizing Ricochet after the bell with another trip into the post, his old-school Future Shock DDT and a reverse Alabama Slam into the steps. To say Ric Flair was happy is an understatement. To say Team Hogan is in trouble is obvious.

Team Flair member Drew McIntyre vows his match with Ricochet is a preview of what’s in store when Team Flair battles Team Hogan at WWE Crown Jewel on Oct. 31.

Anyone who thought Drew McIntyre would need a little time to get back in the swing of things was soundly corrected on Monday night when the former NXT Champion defeated Ricochet in an in-ring return that was just as monstrous as he promised it would be.

The victory may have been even more impressive than it appeared...

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Aleister Black def. Jason Reynolds

Newly drafted Raw Superstar Aleister Black makes quick work of local competitor, Jason Reynolds.

If the last two weeks weren’t enough of a hint for you, the days of Aleister Black sitting in a windowless room waiting for the fight to come to him are long gone. The only solace the rest of the Raw roster can take is that he was content, at least for this week, to feast on a local, a poor soul named Jason Reynolds who posed little threat to The Dutch Destroyer.

The Cleveland product certainly won points for pluck, throwing hands to start the match and seemingly catching Black somewhat unaware. But it was only a matter of time before The Ominous Man From Amsterdam found his mark, and he did so in quick order with Black Mass to Reynolds’ jaw. Clearly, Aleister Black is always up for a fight. He will even entertain whatever attempts his opponents can mount to give him one. But his generosity has limits.

Newly drafted Raw Superstar Aleister Black makes quick work of local competitor, Jason Reynolds.

If the last two weeks weren’t enough of a hint for you, the days of Aleister Black sitting in a windowless room waiting for the fight to come to him are long gone. The only solace the rest of the Raw roster can take is that he was content, at least for this week, to feast on a local, a poor soul named Jason Reynolds ...

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Rusev attacked Bobby Lashley at a restaurant following King's Court insults

Rusev tracks down Bobby Lashley and Lana having dinner in a restaurant and brutally attacks Lashley.

Of all the tawdry developments in Lana and Bobby Lashley’s relationship, the most surprising has been silence from The Ravishing Russian’s apparently estranged husband, Rusev. The Bulgarian Brute didn’t necessarily reverse that course on King’s Court, despite allegations that he had interfered in his wife’s modeling contracts and restricted the amount of money she could spend on herself. Instead, Rusev placed the blame for his marriage’s dissolution on Lashley and reiterated his hope that the marriage would eventually work out.

He got a rude awakening on that front. Lana and Lashley once again appeared on the TitanTron, this time at a booth in a fancy restaurant that Lana claimed she had always wanted to go to. As the pair canoodled in full view of Rusev, the former United States Champion said he would pay them a visit. After all, he knew exactly where they were. And despite Lashley’s insistence Rusev would never throw hands in the restaurant, The Super Athlete did just that, causing all kinds of chaos when he attacked The All Mighty before being escorted out of the establishment.

Rusev tracks down Bobby Lashley and Lana having dinner in a restaurant and brutally attacks Lashley.

Of all the tawdry developments in Lana and Bobby Lashley’s relationship, the most surprising has been silence from The Ravishing Russian’s apparently estranged husband, Rusev. The Bulgarian Brute didn’t necessarily reverse that course on King’s Court, despite allegations that he had interfered in his wife’s modeling ...

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Andrade def. Sin Cara

After being selected by Raw in the first round of the 2019 WWE Draft, Andrade looks to score another victory over the returning Sin Cara.

Andrade has seemingly been on the verge of a breakthrough for some time, and the former NXT Champion certainly isn’t wasting the chance to raise his star as he begins his Raw career in earnest. One week being selected by Raw in the first round of the WWE Draft on Night 2 and subsequently defeating Ali, Andrade knocked off the Superstar who gave him one of his very first rivalries after leaving NXT, Sin Cara, in a showing that certainly caught the attention of the WWE Universe … and one Superstar in particular.

The former NXT Tag Team Champion looked solid in his own in-ring return, showing next to no ring rust and giving Andrade far more of a fight than he anticipated. Andrade rallied down the stretch with the Three Amigos, only to be answered himself with a sunset flip powerbomb off the top turnbuckle. Zelina Vega didn’t wait long to execute the contingency plan, downing Sin Cara with a hurricanrana off the apron to tee him up for Andrade’s Hammerlock DDT. Proof, as ever, that to defeat Andrade, you have to get past Zelina first.

As for that Superstar with his eyes on the action, it turned out to be Humberto Carrillo, Raw’s third-round draftee from 205 Live and a talent with abilities remarkably similar to Andrade’s and Sin Cara’s. Oddly enough, however, the former Cruiserweight didn’t have any fighting words for anybody in the match he’d just watched, instead declaring Andrade and himself future champions. He even had a passive-aggressive measuring stick in mind, predicting he would not be the kind of champion who "plays with fire." That, for reference, would be Seth Rollins.

After being selected by Raw in the first round of the 2019 WWE Draft, Andrade looks to score another victory over the returning Sin Cara.

Andrade has seemingly been on the verge of a breakthrough for some time, and the former NXT Champion certainly isn’t wasting the chance to raise his star as he begins his Raw career in earnest. One week being selected by Raw in the first round of the WWE Draft on Night 2 and subsequently defeating Ali, Andrade knocke...

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Sunil Singh def. R-Truth to become the new 24/7 Champion

Sunil Singh le arrebata el Campeonato 24/7 a R-Truth por sorpresa en el backstage de Raw. 

How long would R-Truth make it as 24/7 Champion without Carmella by his side? All of a week, as it turns out. Even though the champ had a rare moment of peace from his would-be usurpers, there was little room for error, and he found himself waylaid by Samir Singh, who distracted the champ with a Bollywood song while his brother Sunil rolled up Truth to win the title. Adding to Truth's woes, his attempt to reclaim the title later in the night went nowhere for the simple reason that he attempted to pin the wrong Singh Brother. For once, it's looking like Truth's quest to reclaim his championship might be harder than the one to keep it.

Sunil Singh le arrebata el Campeonato 24/7 a R-Truth por sorpresa en el backstage de Raw. 

How long would R-Truth make it as 24/7 Champion without Carmella by his side? All of a week, as it turns out. Even though the champ had a rare moment of peace from his would-be usurpers, there was little room for error, and he found himself waylaid by Samir Singh, who distracted the champ with a Bollywood song while ...

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Raw Tag Team Champions The Viking Raiders def. Zack Ryder & Curt Hawkins

Former Raw Tag Team Champions Curt Hawkins & Zack Ryder get a huge opportunity when they face reigning Raw Tag Team Champions The Viking Raiders under the bright lights of Raw.

It should be painfully apparent now that The Viking Raiders are simply going to continue destroying people until someone manages to stop them. And with the Raw Tag Team Titles around their waists, Erik & Ivar have moved on from mauling locals to taking on fully-fledged Superstars. This week, Zack Ryder & Curt Hawkins found themselves trampled underfoot by the champs, with Hawkins suffering the fateful Viking Experience for the loss despite putting up a solid fight down the stretch.

Truly, Ryder & Hawkins didn’t fare any better against The Viking Raiders this time than they did in their first go-round. And true, they didn’t get the pyro they wanted, either. But in keeping with their “Gratitude Era” mindset, they should at least be thankful for one thing: It could have been worse.

Former Raw Tag Team Champions Curt Hawkins & Zack Ryder get a huge opportunity when they face reigning Raw Tag Team Champions The Viking Raiders under the bright lights of Raw.

It should be painfully apparent now that The Viking Raiders are simply going to continue destroying people until someone manages to stop them. And with the Raw Tag Team Titles around their waists, Erik & Ivar have moved on from mauling locals to taking on fully-fledged Superstars. This week, Zack Ryder & Curt...

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Cain Velasquez brawled with Shelton Benjamin following a confrontation with Rey Mysterio

Cuando Shelton Benjamin intentó intimidar a Rey Mysterio, Caín Velásquez acudió a ayudar al Maestro del 619. 

Clearly, the Brock Lesnar-Cain Velasquez WWE Title Match at WWE Crown Jewel has turned into something of a family affair. And as of right now, Rey Mysterio’s clan holds the advantage. Despite some via-satellite trash talk from Paul Heyman and an appearance from a disgruntled Shelton Benjamin — a friend and former collegiate teammate of Lesnar’s looking to bully his way into a title opportunity — it was Cain Velasquez, godfather to Mysterio’s son, who had the last word of the evening when he hit the ring and manhandled Benjamin across the ring.

Despite The Gold Standard’s bold attempt to double-leg Velasquez, “El Padrino” didn’t move an inch and forced Benjamin to cry uncle after only seconds in a sleeper hold. Of course, Benjamin isn’t The Beast. But he is, in some ways, the closest thing to him. And as long as Lesnar has been salivating at the idea of payback against the man who took his UFC title, it's looking like Velasquez might be just as ready as the champion is ... if not more so.

Clearly, the Brock Lesnar-Cain Velasquez WWE Title Match at WWE Crown Jewel has turned into something of a family affair. And as of right now, Rey Mysterio’s clan holds the advantage. Despite some via-satellite trash talk from Paul Heyman and an appearance from a disgruntled Shelton Benjamin — a friend and former col...

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Universal Champion Seth Rollins def. Humberto Carrillo

With his Universal Title clash against “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt at WWE Crown Jewel approaching, Seth Rollins battles young upstart Humberto Carrillo in his Raw debut.

Humberto Carrillo certainly did not waste his opportunity to make an impression on Raw, giving Universal Champion Seth Rollins all he could handle after some passive-aggressive shade compelled The Beastslayer to challenge the 205 Live veteran to a match. But with “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt looming ahead in a Universal Championship Falls Count Anywhere Match that can’t be stopped for any reason, Rollins was simply not going to let himself be defeated — let alone by an upstart, no matter how talented.

And make no mistake; Carrillo is talented. The purple-brand workhorse whipped Rollins to and fro with a seemingly bottomless array of springboard armdrags, darted the champion with suicide dives and generally gave Rollins such a fit that he couldn’t help but be impressed. Carrillo seemed inches from victory after a sky-high moonsault hit its mark, but his attempt at a second moonsault (the first only got two) was blocked by boots to the face from Rollins, who followed up with a superkick and Stomp for the victory.

Nonetheless, Carrillo seemed to have gotten, in some form, what he had come for. The champion was so impressed with his opponent’s efforts that he returned to the ring after the bell and shook Carrillo’s hand. He might not be ready to contend for the title, but the idea of Humberto Carrillo as Universal Champion is clearly not as farfetched as it was just a few hours earlier.

Despite a loss to Universal Champion Seth Rollins, Humberto Carrillo is thankful for the respect he earned from both Rollins and the WWE Universe during his Raw debut.

Humberto Carrillo certainly did not waste his opportunity to make an impression on Raw, giving Universal Champion Seth Rollins all he could handle after some passive-aggressive shade compelled The Beastslayer to challenge the 205 Live veteran to a match. But with “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt looming ahead in a Universal Ch...

Despite a loss to Universal Champion Seth Rollins, Humberto Carrillo is thankful for the respect he earned from both Rollins and the WWE Universe during his Raw debut.

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Street Profits derrota a The O.C.

Thanks to a last-minute distraction from Kevin Owens, Angelo Dawkins & Montez Ford score a victory over Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson in their big Raw in-ring debut.

WWE.com te trae todos los resultados de Raw del 21 de octubre de 2019.

- Ric Flair nombra a Drew McIntyre el último miembro de su equipo en WWE Crown Jewel. 

- Drew McIntyre derrota a Ricochet.

- Rusev ataca a Bobby Lashley en un restaurante.

- Andrade derrota a Sin Cara. 

- Sunil Singh derrota a R-Truth y se convierte en el nuevo Campeón 24/7.

- Los Campeones de Parejas de Raw Viking Raiders derrotan a Zack Ryder & Curt Hawkins. 

- Caín Velásquez se enfrenta a Shelton Bejamin para defender a Rey Mysterio. 

- El Campeón Universal Seth Rollins derrota a Humberto Carrillo. 

- Street Profits derrota a The O.C. 

WWE.com te trae todos los resultados de Raw del 21 de octubre de 2019.

- Ric Flair nombra a Drew McIntyre el último miembro de su equipo en WWE Crown Jewel. 

- Drew McIntyre derrota a Ricochet.

- Rusev ataca a Bobby Lashley en un restaurante.

- Andrade derrota a Sin Cara. 

- Sunil Singh derrota a R-Truth ...

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