WWE RAW 27th April 2020 : Results, Highlights and Grade – Drew McIntyre made a heavy Statement to Seth Rollins and much more

WWE Raw comes up with the New edition of Money in the Bank 2020 in WWE Head Quarters which includes Seth Rollins vs Drew McIntyre for WWE Championship. Today Edition of Raw gives you the Contract Signing between Seth and Drew including Money in the Bank Contract Match.


Today’s Edition

  • Contract Signing for WWE Championship
  • WWE Money in the Bank Ladder Qualifying Match

Match No.1: Rey Mysterio, Aleister Black and Apollo Crews vs Andrade, Austin Theory and Anjel Garcia

— WWE (@WWE) April 28, 2020

Montel Vontavious Porter brought the three Raw rivals who would combat in the Money in the Bank ladder match: Rey Mysterio, Aleister Black and Apollo Crews. Zelina interrupted to challenged the three men, asking them to give up their opportunities to Andrade, Angel Garza and Austin Theory. 

This started out a brawl that turned into a six-man tag crew match. Mysterio showed off his athleticism, making certain the whole Vega crew was off balance. The heels managed to isolate The Dutch Destroyer to get the higher hand. Crews ultimately acquired the warm tag and went off. 

He used to be poised to take down Theory however, chaos ensued. The underdog recovered and laid out El Idolo with a powerbomb to take the win. 

.@WWEApollo pins #USChampion @AndradeCienWWE to build some serious momentum for his team heading towards #MITB! #WWERaw pic.twitter.com/ko0BiTd7NQ

— WWE (@WWE) April 28, 2020

Winner: Apollo Crews, Aleister Black and Rey Mysterio by Pinfall
Grade: C+

BRING IT ON.@WWEApollo wants an opportunity at @AndradeCienWWE‘s #USTitle, and he just might get it TONIGHT! #WWERaw pic.twitter.com/VhNRTS6SpT

— WWE (@WWE) April 28, 2020


Match No.2: Shayna Baszler vs Asuka vs Nia Jax

Are we looking at the next Ms. #MITB?#WWERaw @NiaJaxWWE pic.twitter.com/qTmLXnjL8Q

— WWE (@WWE) April 28, 2020



Asuka reduces a promo on Nia Jax for injuring Kairi Sane earlier than her competitors came out to the ring. Before the bell should ring, a brawl started. Shayna Baszler beat down The Empress of Tomorrow outside. As Asuka and Baszler exchanged fists, Jax took out each girl with a ladder, standing tall as the dominant force of the women’s division. The in shape was once never able to get underneath way.

Match No.3: Bobby Lashley vs Denzel Dejournette 

No @LanaWWE at ringside for @fightbobby tonight … because she’s just too beautiful?#WWERaw pic.twitter.com/0znHXCuYxC

— WWE Universe (@WWEUniverse) April 28, 2020

Bobby Lashley instructed Lana to continue to be behind the scenes because she used to be too a lot of a distraction. The All-Mighty dominated Denzel Dejournette, pulling out the victory with a spear. 

This one’s in the books.

Another DOMINANT victory for @fightbobby on #WWERaw! pic.twitter.com/Jlv4A3C6Bj

— WWE (@WWE) April 28, 2020


Winner: Lashley by Pinfall
Grade: C+

Match No.4: Liv Morgan vs Ruby Riott

The personification of confidence.#WWERaw @YaOnlyLivvOnce pic.twitter.com/WgFyA99sAi

— WWE Universe (@WWEUniverse) April 28, 2020

In a rematch from the closing week, Liv Morgan countered Ruby Riott’s early familiar offence, however, she ran right into the Riott Kick. Somehow, Morgan managed to kick out of her former friend’s ending move. The effect left Morgan vulnerable. Riott stomped on Morgan and sent her into the ropes. As she rebounds off the ropes, Morgan hit Oblivion for the three counts. Byron Saxton interviewed Morgan afterwards, who said she used to be confident she would figure out who she is.

She just sent @RubyRiottWWE into ObLIVion.

What a victory for @YaOnlyLivvOnce on #WWERaw! pic.twitter.com/MVGhGpMWkF

— WWE (@WWE) April 28, 2020

Winner: Liv Morgan by Pinfall
Grade: C- 

Match No.5: Jinder Mahal vs Akira Tozawa

— WWE (@WWE) April 28, 2020


Jinder Mahal made his return to in-ring action in dominant fashion. He wiped out Akira Tozawa with an excessive kick that made certain the Japanese Superstar ought to no longer make a comeback. He linked on the Khallas for the victory. 

NO ONE. KICKS OUT. OF THE KHALLAS!@JinderMahal is victorious over @TozawaAkira on #WWERaw! pic.twitter.com/TK9rG03lQs

— WWE (@WWE) April 28, 2020

Winner: Jinder Mahal by Pinfall
Grade: B-

Match No.6: United States Championship – Andrade vs Apollo Crews

— WWE (@WWE) April 28, 2020

Crews tried to push the pace early and despatched El Idolo careening out of the ring. However, a well-timed distraction from Vega allowed the United States champion to take back control. The explosive suplexes of Crews stored him in the fight, however, Andrade hit tough with powerful knees and elbows. Andrade planted Crews with a DDT to set up the hammerlock DDT, however, the challenger escaped. A headbutt despatched El Idolo to the mat from the 2nd rope, permitting Crews to go for a frog splash solely to pass over and injure his knee. The harm pressured the referee to end the match.  

The champ is in the driver’s seat.#WWERaw #USTitle @AndradeCienWWE pic.twitter.com/8HvXFjGkhh

— WWE Universe (@WWEUniverse) April 28, 2020


Winner: Andrade wins by Stoppage 
Grade: B+

#TheMan is waiting for her next challenge. Who’s going to step up?#WWERaw @BeckyLynchWWE pic.twitter.com/IoyJ3fXOBp

— WWE (@WWE) April 28, 2020


Match No.7: Ricochet and Cedric Alexander vs Ever Rise

— WWE (@WWE) April 28, 2020

Matt Bartel and Chase Parker confirmed their tag team acumen early by way of separating Ricochet, however, a hot tag to Cedric Alexander became the tide quickly. The faces hit a dropkick and flatliner aggregate for the victory. MVP regarded on the screen to announce that he had drafted the first wrestlers to his group, Shane Thorne and Brendan Vink, who desired a rematch in opposition to Ricochet and Alexander.

“Impressive is an understatement.” – @SamoaJoe@KingRicochet and @CedricAlexander ROLL to another victory on #WWERaw! pic.twitter.com/kBTJIas0Cv

— WWE (@WWE) April 28, 2020


Winner: Ricochet and Cedric Alexander by Pinfall 
Grade: B+

Tough to see @WWEApollo like this. 💔 #WWERaw pic.twitter.com/AC71r4leDz

— WWE Universe (@WWEUniverse) April 28, 2020

— WWE (@WWE) April 28, 2020


End Segment: WWE Championship Contract Signing 

— WWE (@WWE) April 28, 2020

— WWE Universe (@WWEUniverse) April 28, 2020

Seth Rollins defined that he wasn’t going after Drew McIntyre because he disliked the WWE champion. He was once doing this for the increased good. McIntyre used to be now not shopping for it and told him to cease talking. He needed to go for the throat, no longer simply make a statement. The Messiah stored speaking as he signed the contract, but McIntyre shut him up through slamming his head into the table. Murphy made the shop, however, took a Claymore for his trouble. 

— WWE Universe (@WWEUniverse) April 28, 2020

— WWE (@WWE) April 28, 2020

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *