WWE Raw Results 3/4 - We Hear From Seth Rollins & Cody Rhodes, Becky Lynch Vs. Nia Jax

Welcome to Wrestling Inc.'s results for "WWE Raw" on March 4, 2024, coming to you live from the Frost Bank Center in San Antonio, Texas!

This past Friday on "WWE SmackDown", The Rock had a message for World Heavyweight Champion Seth "Freakin" Rollins and Cody Rhodes. He challenged the duo to a tag team match against him and Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns at Night One of WrestleMania, but with a condition. If he and "The Tribal Chief" win, then Reigns' title defense against Rhodes at Night Two of the Premium Live Event becomes Bloodline Rules, but should they lose, then The Bloodline will be banned from ringside. Tonight, Rollins and Rhodes will be responding to the challenge.


As she continues to prepare for her Women's World Championship match against Rhea Ripley at WrestleMania 40, Becky Lynch looks to settle her issues with Nia Jax once and for all tonight. The problems between Lynch and Jax date back to several months ago, with Lynch requesting tonight's match from General Manager Adam Pearce last week having previously come up short against her in singles competition at the Day One "Raw" special on January 1.

Drew McIntyre will be squaring off with Jey Uso. The pair found themselves involved in a verbal altercation backstage last week that later turned physical. Elsewhere, Undisputed Tag Team Champions Finn Balor and Damian Priest will be going head-to-head with Imperium's Giovanni Vinci and Ludwig Kaiser.


While any other segments have yet to be announced for tonight's show, the aforementioned Ripley, Intercontinental Champion GUNTHER, and Ricochet are all advertised to be in town tonight per WWE's event page.

We are live! Michael Cole and Pat McAfee greet audiences at home before throwing it to a video of The Rock's challenge to Cody Rhodes and Seth "Freakin" Rollins last Friday.

Rhodes then makes his way down to the ring.

We Hear From Seth Rollins and Cody Rhodes

Rhodes asks San Antonio what they want to talk about, then says he would love it if they could talk about his upcoming Undisputed WWE Universal Championship match against Roman Reigns at Night Two of WrestleMania 40. He says he's unable to talk about that due to a distraction that stings quite a bit: The Rock. He says The Rock posted a 16 minute video to Instagram, deleted it, posted a 21 minute video five minutes later, and had plenty of speaking time on "SmackDown". He says The Rock changed the conversation of his challenge to him and created a whole new challenge of his own, and recalls a conversation between them wherein The Rock told him that he didn't want to see him face Reigns. He says The Rock told him that the people wanted him to take on Reigns for the title, until fans became vocal about their thoughts. He then says he's not the only person The Rock challenged, and introduces Seth "Freakin" Rollins.


Rollins' music hits and he makes his way down to the ring. Rollins welcomes fans to Monday Night Rollins and asks Rhodes what he thinks about The Rock's challenge. Rhodes says Rollins has offered to have his back against The Bloodline and says he's promised to be with him moving forward. He says he didn't think he'd even be on WrestleMania, and says it's his right to challenge Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion. He says Rollins has to defend the World Heavyweight Championship against Drew McIntyre as he's coming off an injury, and says he fully understands if Rollins wants to solely focus on McIntyre rather than tag with him to face Reigns and The Rock the night before. Rollins says while he respects Rhodes giving him the out, he'll' take care of McIntyre. He says that he said some things are bigger than all of them last week, and that includes taking down The Bloodline. He says Rhodes isn't the only one with a story to finish at WrestleMania, and says now that The Rock is in The Bloodline, Reigns' ultimate goal for absolute power has become that much closer.


Rollins says The Rock hasn't been The Rock or "The People's Champion" in a long time, and says he has a new name for The Rock: "Diarrhea Dwayne". He dares The Rock to follow through on his promise to make everything go away, and says while The Rock claimed that he made professional wrestling cool again on Friday, he's cleared for competition as of this morning. He says he'll be on "SmackDown" this Friday, and tells Rhodes he has his back. He asks Rhodes if he has his back.

Rhodes says he has a message for The Rock to answer Rollins' question. He says it's been a long time since The Rock had that seven bucks in his pocket, and says he won't whine for 21 minutes. He says he'll be with Rollins on "SmackDown".

Back from the break, Dominik Mysterio and JD McDonagh make their way down to the ring. GUNTHER follows.

Dominik Mysterio (w/ JD McDonagh) vs. GUNTHER

The bell rings and Dominik delivers a boot to GUNTHER's midsection. GUNTHER tosses him across the ring before Dominik shoves him and lands an overhand chop. The action then spills out of the ring, and McDonagh inserts himself between Dominik and GUNTHER. GUNTHER shoves McDonagh into the ring post spine first and looks to land an overhand chop, but his hand collides into the ring post instead. Dominik then sends it crashing into the ring post a second time and the pair get back inside the ring before GUNTHER lands a chop.


Back from the break, GUNTHER levels Dominik with a series of chops. He locks in a Boston Crab, but McDonagh hops up on the apron and GUNTHER relinquishes the hold. Dominik takes advantage and dropkicks him off the apron to the outside, then delivers a crossbody over the ropes. He lands a chop on GUNTHER, but GUNTHER responds with one of his own and dumps Dominik back into the ring.

Dominik sends GUNTHER crashing into the ropes and looks to dial it up for the 619, then levels him with a clothesline and goes for a pin. He pulls his shoulders off the mat and looks to lock in a second Boston Crab, but Dominik fights his way out with a series of boots to GUNTHER's head. GUNTHER looks to powerbomb him, but Dominik counters into a roll up. GUNTHER kicks out, and Dominik sends him crashing into the ropes. He dials it up for the 619 and ascends to the top, then flies. GUNTHER moves out of the way and connects with a dropkick, then executes a powerbomb and locks in a Boston Crab. Dominik quickly taps out.



We head backstage and see Damage CTRL walking around. Adam Pearce catches up and asks them what they're doing here, and Dakota Kai explains that Asuka and Kairi Sane are on "Raw" because they can be on either brand as Women's Tag Team Champions. Pearce asks why they're on "Raw" once again, and Kai explains that they're there to watch Shayna Baszler and Zoey Stark compete in their upcoming match. Shinsuke Nakamura then approaches Pearce wanting to talk about the Intercontinental Championship, and Damage CTRL assures Pearce he has nothing to worry about. Pearce then tells Nakamura that he has an announcement about GUNTHER's WrestleMania opponent for the Intercontinental Championship later tonight.

Back from the break, Shayna Baszler and Zoey Stark make their way down to the ring. Kayden Carter and Katana Chance follow, and Damage CTRL has taken a seat at the announce desk to watch the action.

Kayden Carter and Katana Chance vs. Shayna Baszler and Zoey Stark

Baszler and Carter begin the action. The bell rings and Baszler stomps on Carter's arm. Stark tags in and Carter delivers a kick to her chest, then lands a second one on her face. Baszler tags in and Stark delivers a superkick. Stark drapes Carter across the top rope, and Baszler then delivers a running knee to her that sends her crashing out of the ring.


Back from the break, Stark delivers a superkick to Chance. She ascends to the top, but Chance joins her up there. Carter makes the blind tag in and Stark pushes Chance off the ropes. Carter then climbs up and Chance joins her. The pair deliver a double Spanish Fly to Stark before Chance becomes legal again. Stark delivers a pair of forearms to Chance and Carter. Carter delivers a superkick to Stark, and lands The Afterparty with Chance. Chance goes for a pin, but Baszler breaks the fall up. Baszler then locks the Kirifuda Clutch on Carter on the outside, and Chance looks to help Carter. Stark takes advantage and rolls up Chance for the win.

Winners: Shayna Baszler and Zoey Stark

After the match, Damage CTRL gets in the ring and Kai says she and the rest of Damage CTRL are there to congratulate them on a great match. She then offers Baszler and Stark a shot at Asuka and Sane's Women's Tag Team Championship next Monday after they retain on "NXT". Baszler grabs the mic out of Kai's hand, and says it's about time they get a shot. She accepts Kai's challenge.


Back from the break, Becky Lynch makes her way down to the ring. Nia Jax follows.

Becky Lynch vs. Nia Jax

The bell rings and Lynch sends Jax crashing into the corner. She fires off stomps on her, but Jax sends her crashing into the adjacent corner and fires off shoulders on her midsection. Lynch then connects with a dropkick on Jax and lands a flying forearm. Jax connects a slam and a splash in the corner, then follows it up with an elbow drop. Lynch locks in a Sleeper on Jax, but Jax sends Lynch crashing into the corner to break the hold. She then lands a pair of Hip Attacks on Lynch in the corner.


Lynch ascends to the top rope and delivers a missile dropkick that sends Jax crashing out of the ring. She then connects with a baseball dropkick and looks to fly off the apron, but Jax catches her and connects with a Samoan Drop.

Back from the break, Jax delivers a leg drop to Lynch off the top rope. Lynch sets up for the Man Handle Slam, but Jax blocks it. Lynch then delivers a hurricanrana and ascends to the top before hitting a senton. Jax responds with a Samoan Drop and drags Lynch into the corner, then ascends to the middle rope. She looks for the A-Nia-Lator, but Lynch avoids it and locks in the Dis-Arm-Her. Jax escapes by sliding out of the ring and sends Lynch crashing into the barricade. Liv Morgan then appears at ringside out of nowhere and delivers a flying forearm off the barricade, causing the disqualification.


Winner: N/A (disqualification due to outside interference)

After the match, Morgan slides in the ring and gets into a verbal exchange with Lynch. Jax pulls Morgan out of the ring and sends Lynch crashing into the ring post. She then delivers a leg drop to Morgan.

We then head backstage and see Ricochet make his case to Adam Pearce as to why he should challenge GUNTHER for the Intercontinental Championship at WrestleMania. He says he has a plan in place before Judgment Day walks in and makes their case as to why JD McDonagh should challenge GUNTHER.

Back from the break, we see Lynch yell at Morgan for interfering in her match. Lynch challenges Morgan to a match next week, and Morgan accepts. Ripley then passes Lynch.

Back at ringside, Andrade El Idolo makes his way down. 

Back from the break, we head over to a video from Adam Pearce, who explains that GUNTHER's WrestleMania 40 opponent will be determined in a Gauntlet Match next week between Sami Zayn, Ricochet, Shinsuke Nakamura, Bronson Reed, JD McDonagh, and Chad Gable.

Back at ringside, Apollo Crews makes his way out.

Andrade El Idolo vs. Apollo Crews

The bell rings and the two shake hands. They then lock up before El Idolo connects with a boot on Crews' jaw. Crews responds with a dropkick, but El Idolo ascends to the top. Crews joins him up there and delivers a superplex. El Idolo responds with The Three Amigos and goes for a pin, but Crews kicks out and connects with a dropkick. El Idolo executes an arm drag and a back elbow, then goes for a pin. Crews kicks out and El Idolo delivers a pair of double running knees to him in the corner. He follows it up with La Sombra for the win.


Winner: Andrade El Idolo

We then head backstage and see Sami Zayn get into a verbal exchange with Ivar and Valhalla. This leads to Zayn challenging Ivar to a match later tonight, and Ivar accepts.

Back at ringside, Judgment Day then makes their way down to the ring. Imperium follows.

Judgment Day vs. Imperium

Balor and Kaiser begin the action. The bell rings and the two lock up. Vinci tags in and delivers a right hand to Balor's midsection, but Balor responds with a dropkick to Vinci's face. Balor shoves Vinci into the corner before Priest tags in and tosses Vinci into the opposite corner. He fires off right hands on him, then delivers a few stomps. Kaiser tags in, and Priest levels him with a boot. Priest levels Kaiser with a right hand, but Balor tags in and double teams on Kaiser with Priest. Balor then delivers a scissor kick and lands a couple elbows on Kaiser's head. He locks in an Abdominal Stretch, but Kaiser escapes and sends Balor crashing into the ring post shoulder first. He and Vinci then deliver a double dropkick to Balor.


Back from the break, Vinci tags in and delivers a dropkick to Priest on the apron to prevent Balor from tagging him in. Vinci and Kaiser then double team on Balor before Vinci delivers a bodyslam and an elbow drop. Vinci levels Balor with a clothesline and tags in Kaiser. Kaiser rocks Balor with a running knee, but Balor manages to land a kick on Kaiser's face.

Kaiser looks to tag out to Vinci, but Vinci is nowhere to be found on the apron. Meanwhile, Priest tags in and delivers an elevated flatline to Kaiser. He then delivers back elbows to Kaiser and Vinci in opposite corners and dumps Vinci out of the ring. He then lands a Broken Arrow on Kaiser and sets up for Razor's Edge, but Kaiser escapes. Balor makes the blind tag in and Kaiser rolls up Priest not knowing he's legal. Balor takes advantage and rolls up Kaiser, but Kaiser kicks out. Vinci grabs Balor's ankle, and Kaiser then delivers a Death Valley Driver. Vinci tags in and Balor levels him with a Sling Blade. He lands a dropkick on Vinci in the corner and ascends to the top. He connects with the Coup De Grace and goes for a pin, but Kaiser breaks the fall. Priest tags in and pulls the top rope down for Balor to fly and level Kaiser on the outside. In the ring, Priest connects with South of Heaven for the win.


Winners: Judgment Day

Sami Zayn then makes his way down to the ring. 

Back from the break, we see Rhea Ripley run into IYO SKY, warning her to stay out of her territory. 

Back at ringside, Ivar and Valhalla make their way out.

Sami Zayn vs. Ivar (w/ Valhalla)

The bell rings and the two lock up. Ivar delivers a powerslam, but Zayn responds with a series of right hands. He clotheslines Ivar out of the ring and goes flying over the top rope to level Ivar. He then dumps him back inside and lands a back elbow. He ascends to the middle rope and looks to land a Tornado DDT, but Ivar prevents him from doing so and dumps him out of the ring. He then delivers a senton off the apron.


Back from the break, Ivar looks to deliver a suplex off the middle rope but Zayn counters into a crossbody. Ivar sends Zayn crashing into the corner, but Zayn connects with a Tornado DDT. Ivar lands a spinning back heel kick on Zayn and follows it up with a powerbomb, then sits him on the top rope. Zayn counters into a Sunset Flip, but Ivar delivers a right hand to him. Zayn looks to land an Exploder into the corner, but Ivar blocks it. Zayn manages to deliver one and looks to follow it up with a Helluva Kick. Ivar counters into a senton and ascends to the top. He looks to connect with a moonsault, but Zayn rolls out of the way and delivers a Helluva Kick for the win.

Winner: Sami Zayn

After the match, Bronson Reed blindsides Zayn and delivers a Tsunami to him. He then climbs up to the middle rope and points at the WrestleMania sign.


Jey Uso then makes his way down to the ring. Drew McIntyre follows.

Drew McIntyre vs. Jey Uso

The bell rings and Jey lands a right hand on McIntyre. He dumps him onto the apron and connects with an enzuigiri, then sends his head bouncing off the apron. McIntyre then dumps Jey over the announce desk.


Back from the break, Jey delivers an enzuigiri to McIntyre. He ascends to the top and delivers a crossbody before McIntyre fires off right hands on Jey. McIntyre lands a back elbow, then follows it up with a series of chops. The pair end up on the ropes, and McIntyre looks to land White Noise off the middle rope. Jey escapes and lands a sit-out powerbomb. Jey ascends to the top and looks to fly, but McIntyre avoids it and connects with a spinebuster. McIntyre then clotheslines Jey out of the ring and delivers a vertical suplex on the outside.

Back from another break, McIntyre delivers a right hand to Jey's head. He sends Jey crashing into the barricade and ring apron on the outside before they get back inside the ring. Jey delivers a kick to McIntyre's head, then follows it up with a kick to his midsection and an open palm strike. He then delivers a Samoan Drop and a Hip Attack.


Jey delivers a tope suicida to McIntyre on the outside, then dumps him in the ring and ascends to the top. Solo Sikoa hops the barricade as Jey flies, but McIntyre moves out of the way and executes the Future Shock DDT. Cody Rhodes' music hits and he runs down to the ring. He sends Sikoa crashing into the ring steps, then clotheslines him over the barricade and brawls through the crowd with him. In the ring, McIntyre looks to land a Claymore Kick, but Jey lands three superkicks on him. Jimmy then appears in the crowd and captures Jey's attention. Jey then turns around into a Claymore Kick from McIntyre for the win.

Winner: Drew McIntyre

After the match, Jimmy grabs a chair and slides in the ring. Seth "Freakin" Rollins runs down to the ring and lands a superkick on Jimmy as Jimmy has the chair in front of him looking to hit Jey with it. McIntyre then surprises Rollins with a Claymore Kick and sends a message to Rollins and stands tall as the show goes off the air.