WWE RAW Results Coverage, Reactions and Highlights for March 11, 2024

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 11, 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 (3/11/2024):

  • WWE Intercontinental Championship #1 Contender’s Gauntlet Match for WrestleMania XL: Ricochet vs. Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Sami Zayn vs. JD McDonagh vs. “Big” Bronson Reed vs. Chad Gable
  • Singles Match: “The Man” Becky Lynch vs. Liv Morgan
  • WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship Match: The Kabuki Warriors (Asuka and Kairi Sane) (c) vs. Shayna Baszler and Zoey Stark

WWE RAW Results (3/11/2024):

The show opens up with footage from earlier today of rapper Travis Scott arriving at the arena and embracing “Main Event” Jey Uso. “The Scottish Warrior” Drew McIntyre then makes his way down to the ring as Michael Cole and Pat McAfee welcomes us to the show.

Drew McIntyre starts off by saying World Heavyweight Champion Seth “Freakin” Rollins couldn’t help himself and had to accept two WrestleMania 40 main events back-to-back this past Friday on SmackDown. McIntyre also says the bigger picture isn’t him, Rollins or Cody Rhodes, but The Rock. McIntyre also says professional wrestling went from carnivals to arenas to stadiums and the next progression is to work with one of the most powerful people on Earth. McIntyre also says he understands Rhodes’ issues with The Rock, but says Rollins thinks everything revolves around him when it doesn’t. McIntyre also says he will be a future champion for fans to invest in and be proud of.

Seth “Freakin” Rollins’ music then hits and he makes his way down to the ring. Rollins starts off by telling McIntyre to be quiet and says McIntyre has been begging for his attention. Rollins also says he has been thinking about McIntyre hitting him with a Claymore Kick last week and it got his attention. Rollins then dares McIntyre to hit him with a second Claymore Kick and kneels down in the center of the ring. Rollins then stands back up and turns around, then explains that he is doing this for McIntyre to be the coward he is.

McIntyre then says he just wants to talk to Rollins and says he was right about him needing to move on from The Bloodline. McIntyre then says he loves when Rollins gets serious and he wants to go after The Bloodline when he gets involved in his business. McIntyre then says all a champion should care about is the title they hold and the brand they are on. McIntyre then says he gave Rollins the advice that Rollins once gave him, but Rollins chose not to listen because all he cares about is himself.

Rollins then says McIntyre is starting to remind him of CM Punk and he is gone on for years about everything The Bloodline has cost him up until a few weeks ago. Rollins then says McIntyre is looking to be an honorary member of The Bloodline from where he stands and questions if McIntyre could have beaten Cody or Jey Uso without The Bloodline. Rollins also says he thinks McIntyre would love for The Bloodline to cost him the World Heavyweight Championship and align himself with The Rock, but says it won’t happen. Rollins then says he and Rhodes will take down The Bloodline at Night One of WrestleMania and when the two of them stand in the ring one-on-one at Night Two of WrestleMania, he will hit him with the Curbstomp and all McIntyre will hear after the match is the fans singing his song.

McIntyre then says Rollins wants him to put him out of his misery and he needs to beat Rollins at WrestleMania. McIntyre also says nothing can provoke him and looks to head to the back. Rollins then stops McIntyre and says the reason he hasn’t paid attention to McIntyre on The Road To WrestleMania is because he is at the bottom of the list of his issues. McIntyre then heads back down to the ring, but opts to return to the back instead.

Damage CTRL was then shown arriving at the area.

It is then shown that WWE has reached 100 million subscribers on YouTube.

We then see a video package on Chad Gable, which focuses on tonight’s Gauntlet Match.

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

Singles Match: “The Man” Becky Lynch vs. Liv Morgan

The match starts off with Becky Lynch taking Liv Morgan down. Morgan then counters and delivers a shoulder block on Lynch that sends Lynch to the mat. Lynch then hits a shoulder block of her own and mocks Morgan. Morgan then lands a few strikes on Lynch. Lynch then goes for her Dis-Arm-Her finisher, but Morgan fights it off. Morgan and Lynch then take turns going for offense outside the ring until Morgan delivers a dive on Lynch and both women are down.

Morgan then hits Lynch with a dropkick. Lynch then rolls into the corner and Morgan delivers a splash on Lynch. Lynch then avoids a second splash and hits a slingshot kick on Morgan. Lynch then hits Morgan with an exploder suplex and Morgan rolls out of the ring. Lynch then hits. Morgan with a baseball slide and delivers a diving elbow smash to Morgan off the apron. Lynch then dives onto Morgan off the second rope, but Morgan counters Lynch’s dive with a codebreaker and both women are down again. Lynch and Morgan then trade strikes and Morgan hits a slingshot codebreaker on Lynch for a two count. The fight then spills out to the apron and Lynch tries to hit Morgan with a German suplex off the apron, but Morgan blocks it. Morgan then kicks Lynch into the ring post and hits a sunset flip powerbomb on Lynch off the apron. Morgan then sends Lynch back into the ring. Morgan then goes for her ObLivion finisher, but Lynch reverses it into the Manhandle Slam. Morgan then rolls out of the ring to avoid getting pinned.

Morgan then has Lynch in the Rings of Saturn, but Lynch reverses it into a Cross Armbreaker. Morgan then reverses it back into the Ring of Saturn. Lynch and Morgan then trade pin attempts. Morgan then hits Lynch with a leaping DDT. Morgan then hits Lynch with her ObLivion finisher, but Lynch rolls out of the ring to avoid getting pinned. Morgan then jumps off the top rope into a Manhandle Slam and Lynch gets the 1-2-3.

The winner of the Singles Match, “The Man” Becky Lynch!

After the match, Lynch and Morgan share a moment and as Morgan was walking up the ramp, Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley’s music hits and she makes her way down to the ring. Morgan then screams at Ripley as a referee pulls her away.

Ripley congratulates Lynch and asks Lynch if it was all worth it. Ripley says every week Lynch puts her body on the line on the Road to WrestleMania and she knows the real reason Lynch is pushing herself. Ripley then tells Lynch that she knows deep down that she is better than Lynch. Ripley then says Lynch is looking for an excuse for when she loses at WrestleMania. Ripley also says after WrestleMania Lynch won’t be The Man as she will be the disappointment. Lynch then says Ripley needs to understand that when people believe in her, she is good and when people doubt her, she is great. Lynch also says if it has to be Lynch versus the whole world, then the world doesn’t deserve a chance. Lynch then drops the mic and walks away.

We then head to the back, where RAW General Manager Adam Pearce and SmackDown General Manager Nick Aldis has an announcement. Pearce introduces himself and Aldis and Aldis then announces that Judgment Day will be defending their Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship in a 6-Pack Ladder Match at WrestleMania 40.

We then head to The Judgment Day’s lounge, where an enraged “Señor Money In The Bank” Damian Priest and Finn Balor storm off to talk to Pearce and Aldis after watching the announcement.

Pictures of The Rock, Bad Bunny and John Cena were then shown from the Oscars last night.

Rapper Travis Scott was then shown in the front row.

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

Tag Team Match: Ivy Nile and Maxxine Dupri vs. Indi Hartwell and Candice LeRae

The match starts off with Ivy Nile getting knocked down into the corner. Maxxine Dupri then gets the tag and delivers a few strikes. Dupri then hits a dropkick on LeRae. Dupri then sets up the caterpillar, but LeRae gets in Dupri’s face and calls her an embarrassment. LeRae then adds that everyone hates Dupri and she doesn’t belong, which is why everyone on the internet hates her. Dupri is visibly upset and LeRae tells Dupri that if Dupri’s dead brother were here to see this, he would be embarrassed. Dupri then says she isn’t doing this and tries to leave. Hartwell then lands a boot to Dupri on her face and LeRae yells at Hartwell to pin Dupri. Hartwell then gets the 1-2-3.

The winners of the Tag Team Match, Indi Hartwell and Candice LeRae!

We then see The Judgment Day (Finn Balor, “Señor Money In The Bank” Damian Priest and JD McDonagh) confront RAW General Manager Adam Pearce and SmackDown General Manager Nick Aldis about their Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship 6-Pack Ladder Match at WrestleMania. Priest demands to know who’s idea the match was and Pearce says it came from The Miz and R-Truth. Priest then demands a tag team match against Awesome Truth and Pearce informs him that they are not in the building tonight. Truth then walks in (having the date wrong) and Priest demands to face him in a singles match.

We then get a video package recapping the events of this past Friday’s episode of WWE SmackDown, when “The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes slapped The Rock.

Michael Cole then introduces Cody Rhodes and Rhodes makes his way down to the ring and joins Cole.

Cole starts off by asking Rhodes what he wants to talk about and Rhodes laughs. Cole then says that The Rock made it clear that he is Rhodes’ boss and added that if Rhodes loses, he will never get another shot at the title. Rhodes then says it felt good to slap his boss and that the slap was a receipt. Cole then asks Rhodes why he agreed to a tag match on night one of WrestleMania. Cole then insinuates that Rollins may be setting up Rhodes because Rollins wants to be the number one guy in WWE. Cole then asks Rhodes how he can trust Rollins. Rhodes then says people change and Rollins has his respect. Rhodes then asks Cole if he could answer a question that Cole asked him last October. A video airs of Cole asking Rhodes if his loss to Reigns at WrestleMania will be his story.

Rhodes then says that he is nervous and afraid and that the story isn’t about Rhodes and Reigns as it is about the people. Rhodes then gets emotional talking about his family. Rhodes then says he may not be able to hand the title to his father, but he can damn sure hand it to his mother. Rhodes then says the story is beyond him, but it is up to him. Rhodes then stands and says last year Reigns said they were in the 3rd inning, but now they are in the last inning. Rhodes then says he is happy that Cole is here and will get to say at WrestleMania 40 Rhodes finished the story.

We then get a video package for Ricochet and JD McDonagh.

We then head to the back, where we see “The Man” Becky Lynch find Liv Morgan and offer her hand to Live. Morgan shakes it, but “The Irresistible Force” Nia Jax blindsides the two of them. Jax sends Morgan crashing into a road case and delivers a Man Handle Slam to Lynch through a table. Officials then run in to check on Lynch and Morgan.

We then get the entrances of the next match, which is a WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship Match.

WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship Match: The Kabuki Warriors (Asuka and Kairi Sane) (c) vs. Shayna Baszler and Zoey Stark

The match starts off with Stark and Asuka trading strikes. Stark then gets a near fall after. hitting a dropkick on Asuka. Baszler then tags in and lands a few kicks on Asuka. Asuka then responds with a few kicks of her own on Baszler. Baszler then counters with an ankle lock. Sane then gets a blind tag and blasts Baszler with a clothesline. Stark then gets a blind tag and takes Asuka and Sane out with a dive. Sane then delivers a tree of woe double stomp on Stark and Stark kicks out.

Stark then tags in Baszler and Baszler and Asuka trade strikes. Sane then hits Baszler with a blockbuster. Asuka and Sane then hit a sliding knee/clothesline combo on Baszler and Stark breaks up a pinfall attempt. Baszler then kicks Asuka in the face and Baszler tags in Stark. Stark then goes for her Z360 finisher, but Asuka escapes. Stark then hits her Z360 finisher on Sane and Baszler follows that up with a running knee, but Asuka breaks up the pinfall attempt. Stark then misses a dive and Baszler puts Sane in the Kirifuda Clutch. Sane then counters into a pin, but Baszler rolls out of it. Dakota Kai then grabs Baszler’s foot and Asuka delivers a head kick to Baszler. Asuka and Sane then hit their finisher on Baszler for the win.

The winners and still the WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions, The Kabuki Warriors!

We then head to the back, where Andrade approaches Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley and The Judgment Day. Ripley says “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio isn’t there tonight, but he did speak highly of Andrade. Ripley then invites Andrade to talk business when Dominik returns. Andrade then says he was on board because he is all about business. After Andrade leaves, Bálor says he agrees with Dominik about Andrade. Priest then says he was fine with that, but wanted them to focus on WrestleMania. Priest then says he will handle R-Truth tonight.

We then get a video package for Shinsuke Nakamura and Bronson Reed. Pictures were then shown of previous Intercontinental Champions including Chris Jericho.

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

Singles Match: “Señor Money In The Bank” Damian Priest vs. R-Truth

The match starts off with Priest attacking R-Truth even before the bell officially rings. Priest then beats R-Truth down and #DIY make their way down to the ring to cheer on R-Truth. Priest then goes for a Razors’ Edge on R-Truth through the announce desk, but R-Truth escapes and sends Priest into the ring post. R-Truth then hits Priest with a diving clothesline off the apron.

R-Truth then hits the five moves of doom on Priest and Priest kicks out of the Attitude Adjustment. R-Truth then puts Priest in the STF and Bálor and McDonagh attacks Gargano and Ciampa. R-Truth then jumps off the top rope onto everyone fighting outside the ring. R-Truth then gets back in the ring and gets taken out with a lariat from Priest. Priest then hits his South of Heaven finisher on R-Truth and gets the win.

The winner of the Singles Match, Damian Priest!

After the match, Bálor and McDonagh attacks Johnny Gargano in the middle of the ring as Priest delivers the South of Heaven chokeslam on Tommaso Ciampa on the apron. Bálor then climbs to the top rope and hits a Coup De Grace on Gargano.

We are then shown a picture of United States Champion Logan Paul, KSI and MrBeast at UFC 299. We are also shown a picture of Rhea Ripley and Buddy Matthews at the event.

We then go to a video of “The Man” Becky Lynch challenging “The Irresistible Force” Nia Jax to a Last Woman Standing Match for next week’s RAW.

“Main Event” Jey Uso then makes his way down to the ring to address the WWE Universe.

Jey Uso begins by saying he wants to talk to his big brother Jimmy Uso. Jey then says he came to Monday Night RAW for a fresh start, but The Bloodline won’t let him go. Jey Uso then challenges Jimmy Uso to a match at WrestleMania. Jey then looks into the camera and tells Jimmy to accept his challenge so he can knock the yeet out of him.

We then get a video package of “The Ring General” GUNTHER’s reign as Intercontinental Champion thus far.

We then head to the back, where Jackie Redmond is interviewing GUNTHER. Redmond starts off by saying some think GUNTHER has become overconfident and was underestimating tonight’s contenders. GUNTHER then says he doesn’t care if anyone thinks that. GUNTHER also says he is focused on his legacy. GUNTHER also says he beat Ricochet 640 days ago to become champion and he has elevated the title to new levels. GUNTHER also says the best of the best will lay it all out there tonight just to face him at WrestleMania and that is an affirmation of the work that he has put in. GUNTHER then says it took a lot to be in his position and wishes good luck to tonight’s winner.

Muhammad Ali is then announced as the next inductee into the 2024 WWE Hall of Fame.

The line-up for next week’s episode of WWE RAW is then announced.

CM Punk’s return to RAW in Chicago in two weeks time is then announced.

We then get the first two competitors in the WWE Intercontinental Championship #1 Contender’s Gauntlet Match.

WWE Intercontinental Championship #1 Contender’s Gauntlet Match for WrestleMania XL: Ricochet vs. Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Sami Zayn vs. JD McDonagh vs. “Big” Bronson Reed vs. Chad Gable

The match starts off with Ricochet vs. JD McDonagh. McDonagh counters a springboard attempt by Ricochet with a gut buster. McDonagh then hits a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker on Ricochet and Ricochet kicks out. McDonagh then works over Ricochet, but Ricochet tries to get back into the match and goes for a moonsault. McDonagh is able to get his knees up and hits a brainbuster on Ricochet, but Ricochet kicks out. McDonagh and Ricochet then trade strikes. Ricochet then hits a poison rana on McDonagh and McDonagh responds with a Spanish fly, but Ricochet kicks out.

Ricochet then hits a DVD on McDonagh on the apron. Ricochet then hits a shooting star press on McDonagh and JD McDonagh has been eliminated. “Big” Bronson Reed then makes his way down to the ring next. Ricochet hits a dive on Reed before Reed can get in the ring. Ricochet then hits a springboard dropkick on Reed and follows that up with a fosbury flop. Reed then counters a wheelbarrow attempt from Ricochet with a full nelson slam. Reed then hits his Tsunami finisher on Ricochet and Ricochet has been eliminated.

Sami Zayn then makes his way down to the ring next. Zayn and Reed fight outside the ring and Reed sends Zayn into the barricade. Zayn then jumps onto the barricade and hits a moonsault on Reed.

Reed then works over Zayn and Zayn counters Reed’s superplex with a sunset flip bomb off the top rope to eliminate Bronson Reed. Shinsuke Nakamura then makes his way down to the ring next. Nakamura walks to the ring slowly as Reed attacks Zayn. Reed then hits his Tsunami finisher on Zayn. Nakamura then gets in the ring and misses a Kinshasa attempt on Zayn. Zayn then rolls up Nakamura, but Nakamura kicks out and sends Zayn out of the ring. Nakamura then hits a leaping side kick to Zayn and sends Zayn flying over the announce desk.

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