WWE Raw Results 2/12 - Elimination Chamber Qualifiers, Imperium Vs. Jey Uso & New Day

Welcome to Wrestling Inc.'s results for "WWE Raw" on February 12, 2024, coming to you live from the Rupp Arena in Lexington, Kentucky!

The next entrants in the Elimination Chamber matches will be determined tonight, as LA Knight takes on Ivar while Bobby Lashley squares off with Ivar in a pair of Men's Qualifier matches, and Zoey Stark goes one-on-one with Liv Morgan in a Women's Qualifier match. The winners will join Randy Orton and Drew McIntyre, and Bianca Belair and Becky Lynch on February 24 as they vie for an opportunity to face Seth "Freakin" Rollins and Rhea Ripley for the World Heavyweight and Women's World Championships respectively at WrestleMania 40.

Jey Uso will be joining forces with New Day's Xavier Woods and Kofi Kingston to go head-to-head with GUNTHER, Giovanni Vinci, and Ludwig Kaiser of Imperium. GUNTHER and Jey found themselves face-to-face during last week's edition of "Raw" during the reigning Intercontinental Champion's 600+ day celebration as titleholder. Given their ongoing issues with Kaiser and Vinci, Woods and Kingston saved Jey from a beatdown at their hands during such.

Last week, R-Truth cost JD McDonagh his match against The Miz after capturing his attention. Tonight, McDonagh looks to exact his retribution as he faces Truth in singles competition.

Additionally, per WWE's event page, the aforementioned Ripley and Lynch, Cody Rhodes, and Ricochet are advertised to be in town.

We are live! Michael Cole and Pat McAfee greet audiences at home as New Day and Jey Uso make their way down to the ring. Imperium follows.

Imperium vs. Jey Uso and New Day

Kingston and Kaiser begin the action. The bell rings and the two lock up. They take turns landing right hands and chops on one another before Kaiser delivers a knee to Kingston's midsection and follows it up with an elbow and a running knee. Kingston responds with a dropkick and a clothesline, then tags in Woods. New Day double teams on Kaiser, then deliver their signature stomps in the corner with Jey.

Jey and GUNTHER become legal, but GUNTHER tags out to Vinci before they can lock up. Vinci fires off stomps on Jey in the corner and mocks him. GUNTHER then tags in and delivers a chop to Jey. Kaiser tags in and fires off right hands on Jey's head. Jey then finds himself on the outside, and GUNTHER delivers a boot to his face.

Back from the break, Kingston and Vinci tag in. Kingston delivers a crossbody off the top and double teams with Woods. He lands a leg drop, and Woods tags in. He immediately tags out to Kingston, and Kingston delivers a splash to Vinci's spine. Kingston delivers a flying clothesline and the Boom Drop. Kaiser looks to pull Kingston out of the ring, but Kingston prevents him from doing so. Vinci takes advantage and dumps Kingston out of the ring. Kaiser then sends him crashing into the ring steps.

Vinci gets Kingston back inside the ring and tags in GUNTHER. He delivers an elbow to Kingston's face as he holds him through the middle rope, then delivers another elbow to the back of his neck and follows it up with an uppercut. Kingston looks to tag out, but GUNTHER prevents him from doing so and levels him with a chop. He clocks Jey on the apron, then locks in a Boston Crab on Kingston. Jey gets in the ring, forcing GUNTHER to release the hold. The referee prevents the two men from brawling.

Back from another break, Jey tags in and levels Vinci with a clothesline. He connects with an open palm strike and a Samoan Drop, then hits an interfering Kaiser with one of his own. Jey then delivers Hip Attacks to Vinci and Kaiser in opposite corners and catches Vinci with a superkick as he looks to fly off the top. GUNTHER demands to be tagged in, and the legal Kaiser does so.

GUNTHER levels Jey with a chop, but Jey rocks him with an enzuigiri. GUNTHER dumps Jey onto the apron, but Jey ascends to the top and delivers a crossbody. He looks to hit a spear, but GUNTHER sees him coming and levels him. He delivers a clothesline, then ascends to the top and looks to land a splash. Jey gets his feet up, then delivers a spear and goes for a pin. Kaiser breaks the fall before Kingston sends him crashing into the ring post on the outside. Vinci tags in and looks to land a powerbomb on Jey, but Jey takes him down with a superkick. New Day then delivers 1D to Vinci with Jey, and Jey ascends to the top. He then connects with an Uso Splash for the win.

Winners: Jey Uso and New Day

We then head over to a video recapping what happened at the WrestleMania 40 Kickoff Show last week.

Back at ringside, Bobby Lashley makes his way down to the ring. Bronson Reed follows.

Bobby Lashley vs. Bronson Reed in a Men's Elimination Chamber Qualifier Match

The bell rings and the two lock up. Reed fires off right hands in the corner, then delivers a splash gets Lashley up on his shoulders. Lashley escapes and looks to cinch in The Hurt Lock, but Reed prevents him from doing so by sending him crashing into the corner. Lashley levels Reed and looks for a spear, but Reed moves out of the way and sends him crashing into the ring post shoulder first. He then goes flying off the barricade and sends Lashley crashing into the time keeper's area.

Back from the break, Reed looks to land a vertical suplex on Lashley. Lashley escapes and plants Reed, then connects with a suplex and a pair of splashes in the corner. He lands a shoulder on Reed's midsection, but Reed responds with a kick and a Death Valley Driver.

Lashley lands a chokeslam on Reed, then looks for a spear. Reed catches him with a knee to his midsection, then delivers a chokeslam of his own and follows it up with a senton. He ascends to the top, but Lashley pulls him down and delivers a spear for the win.

Winner: Bobby Lashley

We then head over to a video and see Sami Zayn receive a message from Shinsuke Nakamura via the Titan Tron earlier today while sitting down with Jackie Redmond.

Back from the break, Cody Rhodes makes his way down to the ring.

Seth Rollins Makes A Proposal To Cody Rhodes

Rhodes asks Lexington what they want to talk about, then says they could talk about how he'll be challenging Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship at WrestleMania 40. He says it took him a while to even be able to say that, and the only reason he can say that is because of the fans. He says they made their voices heard and he's a passionate guy about WWE and his legacy in the company. He says he doesn't want to be emotional because that would make him a crybaby, but the one man who didn't want to hear that fans wanted him in the main event of WrestleMania was The Rock.

Rhodes then throws it to a clip of The Rock calling his fans "Cody Crybabys" on "The Pat McAfee Show", and admits to being a fan of The Rock. He says everyone has been a fan of The Rock at some point in their lives, but he slapped him during the WrestleMania 40 Kickoff Show and he recognized the malevolentness in his eyes. He tells The Rock that he'll hit him back.

Seth "Freakin" Rollins' music hits and he makes his way down to the ring. Rhodes thanks Rollins for coming to his aid during the WrestleMania 40 Kickoff Show, and Rollins tells him that he's welcome. He says as much as he was looking forward to facing him for the World Heavyweight Championship at WrestleMania, he understands why Rhodes chose Roman Reigns. He says millions of people around the world want to see Rhodes finish his story, and he needs to do such. He says the landscape on the other side of WrestleMania will be dark if Rhodes loses to Reigns once again because Reigns will have more power, show up less, and defend the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship. He tells Rhodes that he's the last hope of taking the power and giving it to the people.

Rollins asks Rhodes what his plan is, and reminds him that he was screwed out of the titles by the rest of The Bloodline. He says Rhodes fought his way back to the WrestleMania main event, but the deck is still stacked against him and the bar has been raised. He says Rhodes is dealing with the biggest star and the most influential man in the entire industry, The Rock. He says he came out to the ring to tell Rhodes that he doesn't have to fight this battle alone. He recalls Rhodes telling Reigns he wants to take everything from him, and says he wants to do the same. He says that's why he stepped out at the WrestleMania 40 Kickoff Show, and says he's tired of arrogant individuals making choices with no consequences.

Rollins admits to being partially responsible for the man Reigns is today during their days in The Shield, but he didn't imagine the monster he would become. Rollins says that monster now has two heads, and when it comes to fighting Reigns and The Rock, there is only one man on Earth uniquely suited to be Rhodes' Shield: himself.

Liv Morgan then makes her way down to the ring. Zoey Stark follows. 

Zoey Stark vs. Liv Morgan in a Women's Elimination Chamber Qualifier Match

The bell rings and Morgan rolls up Stark. Stark kicks out and Morgan fires off forearms on her in the corner. She sends her crashing into the top turnbuckle face first, then fires off stomps. Stark levels Morgan with a clothesline, but Morgan takes her down with a hurricanrana and sends her onto the apron. She delivers a shoulder to her midsection, then follows it up with an enzuigiri and looks to fly. Stark catches her with a forearm. Morgan then ascends to the top, but Stark gets her onto her shoulders and delivers a Death Valley Driver to her on the apron.

Back from the break, Morgan delivers a Codebreaker to Stark off the middle rope. She looks to land a step-up knee, but Stark catches her with a powerbomb and delivers a dropkick into the ring from the apron. Morgan delivers a Crucifix Bomb out of the corner before Stark catapults her into the corner. She ascends to the top and looks to fly, but Morgan moves out of the way and lands ObLIVion for the win.

Winner: Liv Morgan

Back at ringside, Judgment Day makes their way down. R-Truth follows. 

JD McDonagh (w/ Judgment Day) vs. R-Truth

The bell rings and McDonagh goes straight after Truth. He delivers a kick to his midsection, then whips him into the corner. Truth sends McDonagh colliding with the top turnbuckle twice, then executes a Hip Toss and a running splash in the corner. He follows it up with a back body drop and gets him up onto his shoulders, then delivers a Death Valley Driver. Before he can pin him, McDonagh is pulled out of the ring by Dominik Mysterio.

Back from the break, Truth fires off right hands on McDonagh. He lands a pair of flying shoulder tackles and plants McDonagh, then connects with a right hand. McDonagh rolls Truth up, but Truth kicks out. McDonagh then executes The Devil Inside for the win.

Winner: JD McDonagh

After the match, Judgment Day looks to attack Truth. Truth dumps Finn Balor out of the ring, then stares down Damian Priest. Priest clocks him with a right hand, and Dominik, Finn, and McDonagh join in. #DIY run down to the ring with chairs in hand to make the save.

Back from the break, Becky Lynch makes her way down. 

We Hear From Becky Lynch

Lynch says "The Man" has come around to Lexington, then says "The Road To WrestleMania" has bee chaotic and confusing at times. She says she loves it, and recalls being 15 the first time she stepped foot in a wrestling ring. She says she's been obsessed with wrestling since, and it's the reason that she's been able to travel the world, win the first all women's event of WrestleMania, be in front of fans, meet her husband, and have her daughter. She says on the flip side, she's missed out on milestones, explaining her various injuries to her daughter, and watching her compete in the Women's Elimination Chamber on February 24. She says her daughter will also get to see the brutality she's capable of, and says she's never been more obsessed then she is now with getting her title back. She says that starts with winning the Women's Elimination Chamber match, and while fans think no one can beat Rhea Ripley, she's not anyone and Ripley's never faced anyone like her. She grabs a glass of lemonade and makes a toast to Rhea Ripley. She tells her to enjoy her last few weeks as champion.

Nia Jax's music hits and she makes her way down to the ring. She tells Lynch that despite having differences, she has an immense amount of respect for her. She says she would be lucky if her mom was half the mom Lynch is, and says she would lead by example if she became a mother one day. She says Lynch will win the Women's Elimination Chamber and go on to WrestleMania 40 with her passion for her daughter in the same way that nothing will stop her from defeating Ripley at Elimination Chamber to go on to face her.

Ripley's music hits and she runs down to the ring. She wastes no time firing off right hands on Jax, but Jax headbutts her and almost sends her crashing into Lynch. Ripley stops herself before she does, but Jax delivers a splash to both men. Jax lands a right hand on Jax, but Lynch sends her crashing out of the ring with a dropkick, leaving Lynch and Ripley alone in the ring. Ripley sees Jax on the apron and levels her with a boot, then stares down both Lynch and Jax.

LA Knight then makes his way down to the ring. Ivar and Valhalla follow. 

LA Knight vs. Ivar (w/ Valhalla) in a Men's Elimination Chamber Qualifier Match

The bell rings and Valhalla captures Knight's attention. This allows Ivar to take advantage, but Knight catches him with a DDT. Ivar rolls out of the ring, but Knight goes right after him and sends his face repeatedly bouncing off the announce desk. Knight sends him crashing into the barricade before Ivar does the same to him and delivers a running crossbody.

Back from the break, Knight delivers a superplex to Ivar off the top rope. He fires off right hands on him, but Ivar catches him with a powerslam. Knight delivers a shoulder to Ivar's midsection, but Ivar counters into a double underhook powerbomb. He sets up for a running modified Bronco Buster, but Knight avoids it and lands an elbow drop. Valhalla captures Knight's attention, and Ivar lands a spinning heel kick. He ascends to the top and looks for a moonsault, but Knight moves out of the way and hits BFT for the win.

Winner: LA Knight

Shinsuke Nakamura then makes his way down to the ring. Sami Zayn follows. 

Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Sami Zayn

The bell rings and the two lock up. Nakamura delivers a knee to Zayn's midsection before Zayn low bridges him out of the ring.

Back from the break, Zayn delivers an elbow to Nakamura's head off the top rope. Nakamura responds by firing off several knees on Zayn's midsection in the corner, then drapes him on the top turnbuckle and delivers a running knee to his midsection. He then fires off kicks on his chest, but Zayn catches one. Nakamura delivers a kick to his head to escape, then lands a kick on the back of his spine. Zayn hits a Michinoku Driver, then clotheslines Nakamura out of the ring and flies over the top rope to level him.

Back from another break, Zayn and Nakamura exchange strikes with one another. Zayn executes a Blue Thunder Bomb before Nakamura lands a flying knee to the back of Zayn's neck from the middle rope. Zayn catches Nakamura with a clothesline as he charges at him, then fires off right and left hands on Nakamura and suplexes him into the corner.

He sets up for the Helluva Kick, but Drew McIntyre runs down to the ring before he can hit it. Zayn takes notice, allowing Nakamura to deliver a dropkick to the back of Zayn's knee and the Kinshasa for the win.

Winner: Shinsuke Nakamura

After the match, McIntyre and Nakamura beat down Zayn. Cody Rhodes runs down to the ring to make the save, landing a Cody Cutter on McIntyre and Cross-Rhodes on Nakaura. Rhodes stands tall in the ring and stares down McIntyre as the show goes off the air.