WWE Raw : Season 27

    • Air date: 07 Jan '19 53 episodes
      2019 season of WWE Raw
  • List of Episodes (53)

    1. January 7, 2019 (Orlando, FL)

    • In an incredible Raw main event, Seth Rollins finally received his Intercontinental Championship rematch against Dean Ambrose, but this time, the two former Shield brothers clashed in a barbaric Falls Count Anywhere Match. Could The Kingslayer reclaim the red brand’s workhorse title? Also on Raw, John Cena returned to action on the red brand, Sasha Banks battled Nia Jax for the right to challenge Ronda Rousey for the Raw Women’s Championship, and Hulk Hogan paid tribute to his longtime

    2. January 14, 2019 (Memphis, TN)

    • After Braun Strowman’s destructive temper cost him his Universal Championship opportunity at Royal Rumble — along with $100,000 in the form of a hefty fine — Mr. McMahon scheduled a Fatal 4-Way Match to determine The Beast Incarnate’s new challenger. Find out how Finn Bálor overcame Drew McIntyre, Baron Corbin and John Cena in a hard-hitting Raw main event.

    3. January 21, 2019 (Oklahoma City, OK)

    • Six nights before colliding for the Raw Women’s Title at Royal Rumble, Sasha Banks and Raw Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey teamed up with their best friends in tag team action. Find out why it could be “Boss Time” for The Rowdy One in Phoenix this Sunday.

    4. January 28, 2019 (Phoenix, AZ)

    • It takes a bold man to step to Universal Champion Brock Lesnar, and few are bolder than Seth Rollins. With WrestleMania 35 on the horizon, the winner of the 30-Man Royal Rumble Match interrupted a Paul Heyman tirade and slugged The Beast Incarnate in the face, making it clear who he wanted to challenge at The Show of Shows. Find out why The Kingslayer might regret this decision.

    5. February 4, 2019 (Portland, OR)

    • On a night WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle was set to make an emotional announcement to the WWE Universe, The Olympic Hero instead teamed with Braun Strowman against the disrespectful Drew McIntyre & Baron Corbin in the night’s main event. Also on Raw, Stephanie McMahon suspended the defiant Becky Lynch, and the third and final Raw duo qualified for the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship Elimination Chamber Match.

    6. February 11, 2019 (Grand Rapids, MI)

    • Even though Becky Lynch swallowed her pride and apologized to the McMahon family for her recent actions, The Man must serve a 60-day suspension. As such, per Mr. McMahon, Charlotte Flair will replace The Man in her scheduled Raw Women’s Championship Match against Ronda Rousey at WrestleMania!

    7. February 18, 2019 (Lafayette, LA)

    • On a night when four standout NXT Superstars emerged on the WWE roster, Ronda Rousey defended the Raw Women’s Championship against Ruby Riott in a WWE Elimination Chamber rematch as the rest of The Riott Squad lurked at ringside. How did The Baddest Woman on the Planet fare, one night after she was brutalized by a crutch-wielding Becky Lynch?

    8. February 25, 2019 (Atlanta, GA)

    • As Raw celebrated the 70th birthday of two-time WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair, Batista shockingly stormed “The Nature Boy’s” dressing room, dragging an incapacitated Flair through the hallway and asking Triple H, “Do I have your attention now?"

    9. March 4, 2019 (Philadelphia, PA)

    • Ronda Rousey returned to the red brand to reclaim the Raw Women's Title she laid at the feet of Stephanie McMahon one week prior, but that wasn’t all that The Rowdy One had in store. After lashing out at the WWE Universe, she brutally attacked Becky Lynch, who will enter the Raw Women's Championship Match at WrestleMania if she can defeat Charlotte Flair at WWE Fastlane. Did The Baddest Woman on the Planet drastically lower The Man's chances of conquering The Queen this Sunday?

    10. March 11, 2019 (Pittsburgh, PA)

    • After ambushing and brutalizing Roman Reigns, Drew McIntyre faced Dean Ambrose in a Falls Count Anywhere Match, a bout demanded by The Big Dog’s unpredictable Shield brother. After brawling with The Lunatic Fringe all over the arena, The Scottish Psychopath ended the match in gruesome fashion, setting a grisly tone for The Road to WrestleMania.

    11. March 18, 2019 (Chicago, IL)

    • After decimating Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose one week earlier, Drew McIntyre set his sights on the final Shield member, Seth Rollins, and threw down the gauntlet for a “fight” with The Big Dog at WrestleMania. Find out how Universal Champion Brock Lesnar played an unexpected role in the outcome of this chaotic main event.

    12. March 25, 2019 (Boston, MA)

    • In a barbaric Last Man Standing Match main event, Drew McIntyre took Dean Ambrose to the limit and sent a message to Roman Reigns, who accepted The Scottish Psychopath’s WrestleMania challenge. But will The Big Dog suffer the same fate as The Lunatic Fringe when he squares off against McIntyre on The Grandest Stage of Them All?

    13. April 1, 2019 (Washington, DC)

    • After defeating The Riott Squad, Raw Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey, SmackDown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch threw down in a chaotic brawl that only intensified after all three Superstars were handcuffed. How will the arrest of these The Baddest Woman on the Planet, The Queen and The Man affect the Winner Take All main event of WrestleMania this Sunday?

    14. April 8, 2019 (Brooklyn, NY)

    • On a night The Undertaker returned to silence Elias, Lars Sullivan emerged to maul Kurt Angle, and the Raw Tag Team Titles and the Intercontinental Championship were defended, Universal Champion Seth Rollins and Kofi Kingston collided in a Winner Take All Match to close out the Raw after WrestleMania 35. That main event was spoiled, however, when The Bar intervened, transforming the bout into a tag team frenzy.

    15. April 15, 2019 (Montreal, QC)

    • AJ Styles was Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins’ mystery partner as the Shield brothers squared off against Bobby Lashley, Drew McIntyre and Baron Corbin in a blistering six-man main event. Find out which other surprise competitors joined Team Red during the 2019 Superstar Shake-up.

    16. April 22, 2019 (Des Moines, IA)

    • After winning their respective Triple Threat Matches on Raw, AJ Styles and Baron Corbin clashed in a brutal main event for the right to challenge Seth Rollins for his Universal Championship at WWE Money in the Bank. Will The Phenomenal One take down The Beastslayer when they clash for the very first time on May 19? And the wrestling man does a punch!

    17. April 29, 2019 (Lexington, KY)

    • AJ Styles crossed the line during the contract signing for his Universal Championship Match against Seth Rollins at WWE Money in the Bank when he laid hands on The Beastslayer’s prize and then on Rollins himself. Get all the details on the intense edition of Raw that ended with Rollins crashing through a table.

    18. May 6, 2019 (Cincinnati, OH)

    • With Mr. McMahon’s “Wild Card Rule” allowing a limited number of Superstars to cross brands for a night, Raw was host to a WrestleMania rematch when SmackDown LIVE’s Kofi Kingston defended his hard-earned WWE Championship against “The New” Daniel Bryan. Did Bryan cause Kingston’s 11-year journey to the WWE Title to end in heartbreak? Also on Raw, Universal Champion Seth Rollins teamed with AJ Styles in an impromptu tag team match, Ricochet put his Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder

    19. May 13, 2019 (London, England)

    • After stuffing Sami Zayn in a dumpster that was carted away by a garbage truck, Braun Strowman was forced to defend his Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match opportunity against the bitter Superstar in a Falls Count Anywhere Match. Find out how some surprise assists gave Zayn an unexpected advantage in this brutal contest waged throughout London’s O2 Arena.

    20. May 20, 2019 (Albany, NY)

    • Universal Champion Seth Rollins joined forces with WWE Champion Kofi Kingston in what would become a No Disqualification Match against Baron Corbin & Bobby Lashley. How did the champions fare in this brutal main event, watched closely by “Mr. Money in the Bank” Brock Lesnar?

    21. May 27, 2019 (Kansas City, MO)

    • After learning he has nearly an entire year to cash in his Money in the Bank contract, Brock Lesnar chose to take his time when it comes to Universal Champion Seth Rollins and WWE Champion Kofi Kingston. With “The Purveyor of Paranoia” taking up residence in his psyche, The Beastslayer squared off against “The Critic of the Critics” Sami Zayn in a stunning Raw main event.

    22. June 3, 2019 (Austin, TX)

    • Mere days before facing Goldberg at WWE Super ShowDown for the first time ever, The Undertaker rose from the grave to address his forthcoming battle with the WWE Hall of Famer. Plus, find out how “Mr. Money in the Bank” Brock Lesnar made Universal Champion Seth Rollins suffer without cashing in his contract.

    23. June 10, 2019 (San Jose, CA)

    • When Sami Zayn got overzealous as the “impartial” outside official in Raw’s main event pitting Universal Champion Seth Rollins against Kevin Owens, The Beastslayer unleashed on “The Critic of the Critics” and sent a painful message to his WWE Stomping Grounds challenger, Baron Corbin. Will The Lone Wolf suffer the same fate as Zayn on Sunday, June 23?

    24. June 17, 2019 (Los Angeles, CA)

    • After Universal Champion Seth Rollins scored a victory over SmackDown Tag Team Champion Daniel Bryan in Raw’s chaotic main event, Baron Corbin repaid The Beastslayer for his steel chair rampage with a steel-bending barrage of his own that concluded with End of Days in the middle of the ring. Will the WWE Universe witness a similar sight this Sunday at WWE Stomping Grounds, where a Special Guest Referee of Corbin’s choosing will be waiting?

    25. June 24, 2019 (Everett, WA)

    • On a night of three blockbuster main events, including WWE Champion Kofi Kingston vs. Sami Zayn (and then Kevin Owens), and Roman Reigns vs. Shane McMahon & Drew McIntyre in a 2-on-1 Handicap Match, United States Champion Ricochet continued to capture the WWE Universe’s imagination when he clashed with AJ Styles in the final bout of the evening. However, The Phenomenal One, who had been out of action with an injury, was ready for the electrifying aerialist.