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WWE RAW Results, Live Updates, Highlights & Commentary online from Monday Night RAW before WrestleMania 36 (30th March 2020)

What will be The Deadman's response to AJ Styles before WrestleMania 36?
Updated: 31 March 2020 08:46 IST - Published: 31 March 2020 08:27 IST
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We go off the air, and that was actually a rather enjoyable go-home show. Who knew that promos were better without an audience?

Anyway, that's it for today! I've been Anirban and thank you for joining me. Join us again for AEW and NXT later this week, as well as SmackDown.


ALSO, remember that WrestleMania is two nights this year, and will take place over the weekend. Join us for both nights. Meanwhile, stay tuned for the full results from tonight!
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Heyman said that at WrestleMania, Drew McIntyre would be walking in special, but would walk out just like everyone else. 
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He says that nothing mattered when they stepped in the ring with Lesnar. The Beast knows that the Claymore Kick is coming, but he is now ready for The Claymore. Heyman says that now they are going to find out if the Claymore can even take down Brock Lesnar. 
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He compliments Drew McIntyre and says that he knows Drew McIntyre is that special when compared to most other people.

He then pointed out that The Rock, Hulk Hogan, Randy Couture, The Undertaker, and John Cena were all special as well, but when they faced Brock Lesnar, they ended up like everyone else, as Brock decimated them. 
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He says he knows that this is the final segment of the final night of RAW and says that he knows that this Go-Home segment on the Go-Home RAW, in the past 20 years a large part of the time, it was Brock Lesnar who was always in this segment. 
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Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman are in the ring. Heyman introduces both of them, and says that he has to pull back the curtain of the industry. 
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Up next, Brock Lesnar is out to address his match with Drew McIntyre. 
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It was their match for the WWE Championship. 
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Now, we have a pre-taped match involving Rey Mysterio and Brock Lesnar. 
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Another segment is shown where Rhea Ripley was arriving at the Performance Center but was kicked into the gate by Charlotte Flair from behind. These two are set to have quite the match at WrestleMania as well. 
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Asuka is out now as she says that no one is ready for Asuka.

Kayden Carter vs Asuka

Asuka quickly drops Kayden, but Carter goes for a cover. She also hits a huge dropkick, but Asuka is up. She hits the German Suplex and then a huge kick to the back of the neck.

The Asuka Lock is in, and Asuka has won.

Results: Asuka defeats Kayden Carter
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Edge says that Orton pulled him back in when he hurt his family. He said that Orton had taken his career for granted. 

He had made a mistake by accepting a last man standing match against him, someone who had dove through a flaming table face first. 

He said this time, he would not pull Orton back up, but push him down so he would never get back up, 
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Edge says that Randy Orton is jealous of his passion. He knows that he lights a fire under Randy Orton and says that this was the best that Randy Orton had ever been. Edge said that Orton was a junkie for how Edge made him feel. 
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Edge is in a backstage promo right now, and says that grit means different things for them. He says that grit was not being handpicked by Evolution. He said that Randy Orton was okay with being okay for too long. Grit was refusing to be in Evolution so he would never be anyone's lackey. He said that grit was focusing on getting back for 9 years. 
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Owens hammered it home that Seth Rollins was not half as special as he thought. 
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Owens says that Seth Rollins is delusional. He said that while he did not have the same accomplishments as Seth Rollins, he had done a lot. He had quite a few accolades and had even been the United States Champion before him. 

He said that he had always had someone watching his back and he knew it. But Seth Rollins always had backup and that was the truth whether he admitted it or not. He needed to be honest with himself. 
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Kevin Owens says that Seth Rollins kicked some sense into him. He says that he has a lot to say still. He states that he had heard what Seth had to say last week, about everything about the Performance Center being built on his back. 

Owens says that he had heard otherwise. He had heard that no one could stand Seth Rollins since he arrived in WWE and that everyone had been proven right in that Seth was an arrogant di****t.
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He hits a Cannonball on Garza followed by a top rope Senton. Theory breaks up the pin, but Montez Ford comes in and takes him out. Ford goes at Theory outside the ring and falls tailbone first on the ramp.

Owens hits the Stunner on Garza and gets the pin, and Rollins immediately comes in and hits the Stomp. Owens wins the match for his team but is left beaten.

Results: Kevin Owens and The Street Profits defeat Garza, Austin Theory, and Seth Rollins
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Rollins, Garza, and Theory got some control over Dawkins. Rollins was able to counter a pin attempt from Dawkins with a Slingblade as well. However, this time Dawkins was able to stop the Superkick and drop Rollins. Owens comes in immediately with a tag and then takes on Garza, and flattens him with a clothesline. 
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Back from the commercial, Angel Garza and Austin Theory have been able to take control of the match. Ford is isolated in the wrong corner for a while before he is able to get the tag. Dawkins comes in and plows through all of Garza, Austin Theory and Seth Rollins, before he is finally put to a stomp by Seth Rollins with a Superkick.
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Street Profits come in and flatten Ford and Angelo Dawkins, following which they drop Garza on his partner. 
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Kevin Owens opens the match with Austin Theory. Owens immediately drops him twice and brings him to his corner. What an introduction to the main show. 
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