WWE Friday Night SmackDown Results April 12, 2024: Highlights, Commentary, Live Update, Winners

Special News

Box Office Links

Articles » WWE » Raw »

WWE Monday Night Raw Results April 1, 2024: Live Coverage, Winners, Commentary, Recap

WWE Monday Night Raw Results April 1, 2024: Live Coverage, Winners, Commentary, Recap

Views: 1831 | | By Jitu Jangir

Join Us on Google News

Follow Sacnilk Instagram AccountClick Here To Promote Anything On The Above Place

Here is the live coverage for this week's Monday Night Raw which is scheduled to air on April 1, 2024, at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY.

Monday Night Raw currently airs live on Monday evenings on the USA Network from 8:00 ET–11:00 PM ET in the United States. WWE Raw starts live at 1 am in the UK on BT Sport 1 on Tuesday mornings.

WWE Raw Time In Australia: It airs live on Tuesdays at 10 am (AEST) on Fox8

WWE Raw Time In Canada: It airs live every Monday at 8 Am on Sportsnet 360

WWE Raw Time In South Africa: The show also airs live on Supersport in South Africa on Tuesdays at 02:00 am CAT

Raw Time In Italy: In Italy, Raw airs live on Dplay 2:00 pm

WWE Raw Time In India: Raw airs live on Sony Ten 1 HD and Sony Ten 1 in India at 5:30 am

WWE Monday Night Raw, April 1, 2024: Live Coverage

The Rock enters the ring bragging about beating down Cody Rhodes. He says he rubbed Cody's blood on his championship belt. The Rock says some fans were upset about the attack, especially children.

The Rock acknowledges the children and says there are times when violence is necessary. He says Cody deserved the beating for talking trash.

Roman Reigns joins The Rock in the ring. Roman says he puts his family first, which is why he teamed up with The Rock. He announces a tag team match to determine the stipulation for his WrestleMania match against Cody.

Seth Rollins interrupts Roman. Rollins says he won't let The Bloodline walk all over him. He challenges The Rock or Roman to a match tonight.

The Rock refuses to fight Rollins, but Solo Sikoa steps up and accepts the challenge. The match will be under Bloodline Rules.

Becky Lynch tells Cathy Kelley she is ready to continue her feud with Rhea Ripley.

Xavier Woods, Kofi Kingston, Tommaso Ciampa, and Johnny Gargano vs Damian Priest, Finn Balor, JD McDonagh, and Dominik Mysterio

The match begins with Finn Balor battling Johnny Gargano. Dominik Mysterio tags in and attempts a suplex on Gargano, but Gargano fights back with a suplex of his own. After a series of moves from both sides, Kofi Kingston gets the tag and delivers a pendulum kick to JD McDonagh. Xavier Woods follows up with a kick and a trust fall from the turnbuckles. He nearly pins McDonagh with a Death Valley Driver, but McDonagh kicks out.

The tide turns when Dominik Mysterio applies a drop toe hold on Tommaso Ciampa. Mysterio attempts a 619, but Ciampa blocks it. Gargano connects with a kick on Mysterio and a suicide dive takes him out. Back in the ring, Woods connects with a thrust kick on McDonagh, who avoids a powerbomb attempt. McDonagh counters with a Spanish Fly.

Priest tags in and tries to take control, but Ciampa fights back with chops and a thrust kick. Priest manages to clothesline Ciampa and hits a Razor's Edge for the pinfall victory.

WINNER: Dominik Mysterio, Damian Priest, JD McDonagh, and Finn Balor

Chad Gable implements intense training methods to prepare Sami Zayn for his upcoming match against Gunther at WrestleMania.

The segment opens with Solo Sikoa backstage, confirming his readiness for his match tonight. Roman Reigns then departs to write Paul Heyman's speech for his Hall of Fame induction ceremony.

We then shift to the Performance Center, where Chad drills Sami Zayn through a grueling training session. Zayn struggles through exhaustion, and Gable pushes him to his limits. The training culminates with Gable applying a chokehold on Zayn, forcing him to tap out.

Zayn expresses frustration and disbelief at the intensity of the training, especially considering its proximity to WrestleMania. Gable maintains that these measures are necessary for Zayn to overcome Gunther.

Zayn confesses his fear of disappointing his family and feels immense pressure to succeed. Gable acknowledges these anxieties, revealing his own past experiences with similar struggles.

However, Gable emphasizes the importance of defying expectations. He reminds Zayn that his greatest victories come when people doubt him, and this challenge presents an opportunity to prove them wrong.

The scene concludes with Zayn recommitting himself to the training.

Rhea Ripley is in the back with the Judgment Day, expressing approval for Dominik's actions.

Legado del Fantasma enters the Clubhouse, members fuming at Dominik for allowing visitors.

Damian Priest excuses himself to make a call. Rhea volunteers to mediate the situation, advising Dominik to consult with her before acting independently in the future.

Santos Escobar acknowledges Dominik's invitation with gratitude. Dominik proposes a game of darts to lighten the mood.

Sami Zayn vs Bronson Reed

Sami Zayn and Bronson Reed engage in a back-and-forth brawl. Reed overpowers Sami with chops and a body block, but Sami uses his agility to springboard over Reed and send him crashing to the floor with a diving clothesline.

Sami attempts a high-flying maneuver but Reed catches him and delivers a near-fall with an Oklahoma Stampede. Reed maintains control with punches and an Irish whip, but Sami fights back with elbows from the turnbuckles.

Reed counters with a uranage and an elbow drop for another near-fall. He attempts a superplex, but Sami counters with a sunset flip powerbomb, keeping the outcome uncertain. Both men struggle to overpower each other. Reed attempts a Death Valley Driver, but Sami kicks out at two. The fight continues.

Reed pummels Sami with elbows and headbutts, then lands a punch that rocks him but doesn't floor him. Reed attempts a powerbomb, but Sami counters with chops. Sami reaches the ropes and executes a tornado DDT for a near pin. Reed throws Sami into the corner and blocks an exploder suplex. He retaliates with a twisting brainbuster and a back senton.

Reed climbs the turnbuckles for his Tsunami splash, but Sami recovers and throws punches. Sami reaches the top rope himself, aiming for a super exploder, but Reed knocks him off. Reed misses the Tsunami as Sami dives out of the way. Sami sets up for a Helluva Kick, but...

We see Gunther drag Chad Gable away to the stage area.

Distracted, Sami checks on Chad as the referee counts him out. Gunther blasts Sami with a kick, throws him into the LED screen, and connects with a short arm clothesline. A barrage of chops and kicks follows, leaving Sami reeling. Gunther delivers another chop and a punch for good measure, then warns Sami that the games are over. A boot to the head further emphasizes the point. Gunther hoists Sami up and delivers two more chops before sending him crashing to the mat.

Gunther towers over a crumpled Sami. Just like in the "Epic" music video, Sami flails around dramatically before getting to his feet. However, one blow from Gunther's title belt sends him right back down.

Jey Uso spots Lil Wayne backstage and asks if he's free to come to Philadelphia this weekend to watch him beat his brother. Wayne confirms his attendance and promises to debut a new song.

We see earlier footage of Damage CTRL arriving at the arena before a commercial break.

Maxxine Dupri and Ivy Nile vs Candice LeRae and Indi Hartwell

Ivy overpowers Candice and traps her in the corner. Indi Harewood gets the tag and applies a wrist lock on Ivy. Dupri enters the ring and delivers a double sledge off the turnbuckles. Indi hits a slam and maintains control with a wrist lock.

Candice fights back, tagging in and taking down Maxxine Dupri. Candice throws Dupri into the corner and delivers kicks. Dupri tries to counter with an inside cradle but only manages a near fall. Candice remains aggressive with punches and near falls.

Candice misses a splash in the corner, creating an opening for Indi to tag in. Indi cuts off Dupri's attempt to tag out. Dupri manages to kick Indi away and tags in Ivy. Ivy takes down Indi with a kick and a headscissors takedown. She follows up with a roundhouse kick and a thrust kick in the corner.

Ivy attempts a high-flying maneuver but Indi stops her with a forearm. Ivy knocks Indi off the turnbuckles, but Candice pushes Ivy off when the referee's back is turned. Candice's interference creates chaos. Indi argues with Candice, allowing Dupri to land a dropkick that knocks Candice off the apron. Dupri capitalizes on the distraction to pin Indi and secure the victory for Toxic Attraction.

WINNER: Maxxine Dupri and Ivy Nile

The match ends in a flurry of confusion. After Indi Harewood seemingly has victory stolen from her by Candice LeRae's interference, Dupris lands a dropkick on Harewood to secure the win for Toxic Attraction. Harewood is left in shock, while LeRae blames her partner for the close call.

We then see a flashback showing how the main event came together. Jey Uso assures Seth Rollins that he has his back if anything "shady" goes down during the match. Rollins appreciates the support from his ally.

In a pre-recorded segment, Drew McIntyre stands in a funeral home beside a casket. He delivers a scathing promo directed at Cody Rhodes. McIntyre mocks Rhodes' physical condition and his resemblance to the Joker character. He questions whether Rhodes can survive facing Roman Reigns and The Rock at WrestleMania. McIntyre vows to defeat Rhodes and end his championship aspirations.

Singles Match: Ricochet vs Ivar

Ricochet attempts an arm drag but Ivar blocks it. Ivar overpowers Ricochet with a clothesline. Ricochet rebounds with a handstand maneuver and a dropkick that sends Ivar to the outside. Ricochet attempts a high-risk move but overshoots Ivar. Ivar takes control, chopping Ricochet down and attempting a powerful move, but Ricochet cleverly lands on the apron to avoid impact.

After a commercial break, Ivar applies a reverse chin lock on Ricochet. Ricochet fights back with elbows, but Ivar responds with a forearm strike. Ricochet lands on his feet after a belly-to- back suplex and narrowly avoiding a splash attempt by Ivar. Ivar manages a seated splash in the corner but misses a cross body as Ricochet dodges out of the way.

Ricochet with a Flying Tiger Drop. He follows up with a near fall attempt after a 630 splash. Ivar kicks out before the three count. Ricochet continues his offensive momentum with a kick from the apron and a clothesline from the turnbuckles. He then stuns Ivar with a Shooting Star Press, nearly securing the victory.

Ivar fights back with a powerful spin kick and a near fall after a sit-out powerbomb. He attempts a bronco buster but Ricochet anticipates the move and evades it. Ricochet lands a series of strikes, a kick to the chest followed by a jumping knee.

Ivar catches Ricochet off guard, hitting a spinning tower slam. He then connects with a springboard roundhouse kick for another near fall. Ivar attempts a high-risk moonsault but misses as Ricochet strategically moves out of the way. Ricochet catches him on a cross body attempt and delivers a Fallaway Slam.

Ricochet goes to the top turnbuckle and delivers a 630 splash to secure the pinfall victory.

WINNER: Ricochet

Following Ricochet's victory, Priest expresses his frustration over Ricochet remaining a threat. The group questions their dominance.

Damian Priest demands to know why Ricochet hasn't been dealt with. He argues that they are The Judgment Day, a powerful faction.

Dominik suggests a solution. He announces that Priest and Ricochet will be in the Andre the Giant Battle Royal, presenting an opportunity for Priest to eliminate Ricochet. Finn Balor questions Ricochet's name, hinting at a lack of respect for the high-flyer.

Dominik proposes another option. He introduces Santos Escobar, presumably Andrade, suggesting he handle Ricochet. Dom claims that if Andrade takes care of Ricochet, he will become a full-fledged member of The Judgment Day.

Andrade arrives and questions whether The Judgment Day needs help dealing with their own business. He seems confident in his abilities. Rhea Ripley, seemingly annoyed by the situation, announces she's going to find Becky Lynch.

Damian Priest ends the scene with a question, wondering if they are using his darts, hinting at potential internal conflict within the group.

Becky Lynch enters the ring, demanding a fight. She claims she's ready to settle her score with Rhea Ripley and doesn't want to wait until WrestleMania.

Adam Pearce, the official, denies her request. Citing their upcoming high-profile match at WrestleMania, he prioritizes its integrity and asks Becky to leave the ring.

Rhea Ripley's entrance music plays. She attempts to bypass security and confront Becky, but Pearce intervenes. He pleads with her to wait for WrestleMania.

Ignoring him, Rhea throws her championship title at Pearce and charges through security with surprising force.

A brawl erupts between Becky and Rhea. Security attempts to separate them, but Becky fights back with a flying splash from the turnbuckle onto security and Rhea. Officials manage to restrain them.

In a separate segment, Dakota Kai, representing the tag team champions Damage CTRL, reminds Bianca Belair, Jade Cargill, and Naomi of their dominance. She challenges any team to step up and challenge their supremacy.

Shayna Baszler, Tegan Nox, and Zoey Stark vs Kairi Sane, Dakota Kai, and Asuka (with Iyo Sky)

Kairi, Asuka, and Dakota launch an attack on Tegan. Tegan tosses Zoey and Shayna from the ring apron. Dakota takes control with a series of kicks and Irish whips, leaving Tegan reeling. Asuka and Kairi join the assault, delivering thunderous kicks and a bulldog before nearly putting Tegan away with a dropkick.

Just when it seems Tegan might be overwhelmed, Shayna and Zoey storm back into the ring, evening the odds. A flurry of German suplexes and dropkicks leaves the opposition reeling. Zoey throws caution to the wind with a daring crossbody onto all three of their opponents before the action cuts to commercial.

The fight resumes with Kairi attempting a forearm strike, but Shayna cuts her down with a swift kick. Zoey tags in, unleashing a clothesline on Kairi and a kick on Asuka. She displays impressive agility, flipping over Asuka and avoiding a kick before landing a powerful German suplex. Zoey continues her dominance with strikes on Kairi, but a well-timed DDT from Kairi turns the tide.

Tegan and Dakota trade tags, with Tegan unleashing a flurry of kicks, punches, and a clothesline on Dakota. A choke slam, headbutt, knee strike, and running kick further showcase Tegan's offensive prowess. However, as Tegan attempts a back senton, Asuka disrupts the move, allowing Shayna to lock in the Kirifuta Clutch.

The momentum shifts again as Asuka breaks the hold with a kick after Kairi distracts Shayna. Kairi throws Zoey to the apron, who responds with a kick. Dakota then connects with a superkick on Zoey, but Tegan manages a near fall on Dakota.

Despite a valiant effort, Tegan misses a back senton, leaving her vulnerable. Dakota capitalizes with a Yakuza Kick, setting the stage for Kairi's finishing maneuver. With Asuka holding Tegan in place, Kairi delivers a devastating elbow drop, securing the pinfall victory for her team.

WINNER: Dakota Kai, Kairi Sane, and Asuka

Seth Rollins vs Solo Sikoa in a Bloodline Rules Match

Seth Rollins takes down Solo Sikoa with a suicide dive at the opening bell. Rollins relentlessly targets Solo, sending him into the ring apron, barrier, and announce table. He throws chairs at Solo, eventually taking him down with the fourth one.

Rollins doesn't hold back, attacking Solo's ribs and chest with a chair before delivering a brutal DDT onto it. He raises the stakes by pulling out a table, but Solo fights back with an elbow strike. A dramatic sequence unfolds as Solo attempts a Samoan Drop through the announce table, but Rollins counters with a superkick and powerbombs Solo through the table!

Following a commercial break, Solo maintains the offensive, slamming Seth's head into the ring steps. He misses a running hip attack, allowing Rollins to seize the opportunity. Rollins retrieves another table and sets it up before Solo can return to the ring. A power struggle ensues as Rollins attempts a suplex, but Solo blocks it and drops him on the top rope.

Solo goes for another Samoan Drop through the table, but Rollins cleverly avoids it and delivers a devastating powerbomb through the table himself. Just as Rollins attempts the Black Out, Solo escapes to the floor, only to be met with a superkick from Jimmy Uso.

Jey Uso's arrival adds another layer of chaos. The Uso brothers exchange punches before brawling to the back. Jey flies back through the entrance, followed by a shocking appearance from The Rock!

The Rock wastes no time, sending Jey Uso into the LED wall before heading towards the ring. Seth Rollins smiles in anticipation, but the moment is interrupted by Cody Rhodes' entrance.

A chaotic scene unfolds as Cody unleashes a flurry of punches and kicks on The Rock. He sends The Rock crashing into the announce table, with Seth joining the assault. Cody attempts a uranage on The Rock, but Roman Reigns intervenes, sending Cody into the ring post.

Reigns targets both Cody and Seth with punches and signature moves, establishing his dominance. The Rock joins in, whipping Cody and Seth with a weight belt before they can retaliate.

Roman Reigns declares his need for a worthy challenger, emphasizing that no one can take his title. He continues the assault with The Rock, leaving Cody and Seth reeling. The night ends with Reigns and The Rock standing tall.

Stay Tuned To Sacnilk...



Write Your Comment Here

Max comment length: 100 words; Please don't use bad language otherwise your comment will be removed

Related News

WWE Monday Night Raw Results March 4, 2024: Live Coverage, Winners, Commentary, ... Raw
WWE Monday Night Raw Results March 4, 2024: Live Coverage, Winners, Commentary, ...
WWE One Night Only Results: Winners, Matches, Venue, Attendance WWE News
WWE One Night Only Results: Winners, Matches, Venue, Attendance
WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs 2019 Results: Winners, Matches, Venue, Attenda... WWE News
WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs 2019 Results: Winners, Matches, Venue, Attenda...
WWE King of the Ring 1998 Results: Winners, Matches, Venue, Attendance WWE News
WWE King of the Ring 1998 Results: Winners, Matches, Venue, Attendance
Becomes The First Superstar To Compete In 9 PPV/PLE Matches Before Having A Matc... WWE News
Becomes The First Superstar To Compete In 9 PPV/PLE Matches Before Having A Matc...
5 Possible Things To Anticipate On WWE SmackDown On February 16, 2024 WWE News
5 Possible Things To Anticipate On WWE SmackDown On February 16, 2024

Trending News


Follow Us On Social Media: Sacnilk

Follow Us: Sacnilk Entertainment Account

Follow Us: Sacnilk Sports Account


Big News

Quick News

Recent News

Recent Movies

Upcoming Movies

Upcoming Birthdays

Recent Songs

Recent Movies Collection









Contact Us


Privacy Policy

Cancellation/Refund Policy

Are you a writer/blogger, Work with Us

© Sacnilk Technologies Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved