Event: WWE RAW
Date: December 23, 2019 
Location: Des Moines, Iowa

WWE Monday Night Raw Results & Highlights

Monday Night Raw this week started with Kevin Owens who wanted to talk, but he was interrupted by Mojo Rawley who demanded an explanation for Owen’s actions from last week. Owens said they have a match right away and quickly got into it without wasting time.

Kevin Owens def. Mojo Rawley in a No Disqualification Match: Owens got the upperhand and pulled out chairs and tables from below the ring but Rawley put him through chairs from the top rope. Owens recovered and delivered a Superkick and Swanton Bomb to Rawley for a nearfall. Owens then delivered a Stunner and PowerBombed Rawley through a table to secure the win.

Post-match, Owens called out Seth Rollins and AOP to the ring. Rollins appeared to make amends by extending his hand for a truce but Owens Superkicked him. The Prize Fighter tried to defend himself from AOP with a steel chair but he got overpowered quickly. Rollins delivered a Curb Stomp and left the ring to end the segment.

Akira Tozawa pinned R-Truth near the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree to become the new WWE 24/7 Champion. Apparently, Truth thought it was Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s Christmas tree.

Bobby Lashley def. Cedric Alexander: Cedric displayed excellent in-ring skills and tried to take advantage of his agility and athleticism, but Lana interrupted and asked for a Greco Roman match because she did not want Lashley to get hurt since they are getting married Live on Raw next week. Her request was not granted and the match continued with Cedric firing everything from his arsenal but eventually, Lashley delivered a massive Chokeslam and Spear to secure the pinfall.

Drew McIntyre def. Zack Ryder: With Curt Hawkins at ringside, Ryder tried to put up a fight but it was a short match as The Scottish Psychopath delivered a Claymore Kick to secure an easy pinfall victory.

Post-match McIntyre delivered a DDT to Ryder and a Claymore Kick to Hawkins who tried to help his tag team partner. McIntyre ended the segment saying “2020 belongs to Drew McIntyre”.