Raw kicks off announcing that the Raw women’s championship match will headline in the main event of Wrestlemania 35. Ronda Rousey makes her way to the ring following the announcement to express her displeasure to the fans for their lack of support. Sarah Logan is first to take on Ronda.


Rousey defeats Logan in just over one minute and twenty seconds with an armbar. Logan attempted to extend the match by running around the ring. Charlotte would then take on Ruby Riott who would not tap out to the Figure 8 before time expired.

Becky would be attacked by Flair before her match with LIV Morgan and would go on to win the beat the clock match.

Following that match, Finn Balor would head to the ring waiting to take on his opponents Lio Rush, and Bobby Lashley in a  Handicap match for an opportunity to face Bobby Lashley for the Intercontinental Championship at Wrestlemania.

Lio announces to Finn that he will take on Jinder Mahal instead. Finn makes quick work of Jinder and gets his opportunity. 

The Revival vs. Aleister Black and Ricochet

We go back to the ring and out comes Aleister Black. Back to commercial.

Back from the break and out comes Ricochet. RAW Tag Team Champions The Revival are out next for this non-title match. Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder hit the ring but they're attacked before the bell, payback for the recent stage attack. They fight back but Ricochet and Black take them down as fans pop.

The referee calms things and we get the bell. The Revival gets the upper hand to start, using a quick tag. Dawson unloads on Black and takes him to the corner. Dawson takes Black down and aggressively keeps him grounded now. Black manages to drop Dawson with a big kick. Ricochet tags in for the double team. Dawson eats a sliding dropkick. Dash comes in but Ricochet and Black clear the ring. Black runs the ropes and looks to leap out onto The Revival but he puts the brakes on. Ricochet struts on the apron to mock The Revival. Ricochet then nails a moonsault on both opponents from the apron to the floor. We go to commercial with Black and Ricochet in control. Black levels both opponents with a big Black Mass. Ricochet tagged in during the double team attempt but The Revival didn't see it. Ricochet goes right to the top and hits the 630 on Dash for the pin to win.

Winners: Ricochet and Aleister Black

Sasha Banks vs. Natalya

We go to the ring and out comes WWE Women's Tag Team Champions Sasha Banks and Bayley. Natalya and WWE Hall of Famer Beth Phoenix are also out for this singles match.

They lock up to start and Natalya shoves Banks. Banks slaps back. They go back and forth now as Beth and Bayley look on from ringside. Natalya drops Banks on her face and applies a surfboard submission. Banks turns it around and hits double knees for a 2 count. Banks talks some trash but Natalya takes advantage with a roll-up for a 2 count. Natalya slams Bank and goes for the Sharpshooter in the middle of the ring.More back and forth after the match. Banks gets the Banks Statement applied but Natalya fights back. Natalya applies the Sharpshooter now. Banks crawls for the roped but Natalya pulls her back into the middle of the ring. Banks finally breaks it and sends Natalya into the turnbuckles. Nia Jax and Tamina Snuka suddenly appear at ringside, taking Bayley out. They hit the ring and attack Banks as the referee calls the match.

Winner by DQ: Sasha Banks

The announcers confirm McIntyre vs. Ambrose in a Last Man Standing match for tonight.

- The announcers talk about The Hart Foundation's Bret Hart and Jim Neidhart going into the WWE Hall of Fame this year. We get a video package for the former WWE Tag Team Champions. We go back to the ring and Natalya is still in there with Beth. She gets emotional as the music hits. Natalya points up for her late father as fans cheer.

- Charly Caruso is backstage with WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle, asking about his Farewell Tour and tonight's match with WWE United States Champion Samoa Joe. Angle says he appreciates Joe coming from SmackDown. Angle talks about his Farewell Tour and how this is about going out on his own terms. He mentions the match with Chad Gable and says he will go on to win his last match against Baron Corbin at WrestleMania 35. Angle also mentions this being his last match in Boston. Corbin appears and ends up insulting Angle, saying fans will cheer for him but because they feel sorry for him and think he should've retired a while ago. Corbin says Angle is half the man he used to be. He predicts negative, pathetic headlines for Angle on the day after WrestleMania. Angle tells Corbin to screw himself, then walks off.

- We go to the stage and it's time for another episode of "A Moment of Bliss" as Alexa Bliss makes her way out. Back to commercial.

Baron Corbin vs. Apollo Crews

We go to the ring and out comes Baron Corbin. Cole sends us to a break from WrestleMania 35 sponsor Snickers, a commercial featuring Chad Gable and Bobby Roode.

Back from the commercial break and the match is underway. Apollo Crews quickly strikes and tries to put McIntyre away. They end up on the floor as Crews goes down. They bring it back in and Corbin works Crews over. Corbin levels Crews for a close 2 count. Corbin talks trash and points up at the WrestleMania 35 sign.

Crews makes a comeback and hits a big enziguri. Crews goes to the top and hits the Frogsplash for a close 2 count. More back and forth between the two. Corbin catches Crews with End of Days for the pin to win.

Winner: Baron Corbin

- After the match, Corbin stands tall as his music plays. Corbin goes to leave the ring but he turns back to Crews and nails another End of Days. Corbin leaves again as his music plays, stopping on the stage to turn and laugh at Crews

Kurt Angle vs. Samoa Joe

WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle's music hits and out he comes, mocking Paul Heyman while he's still down on the stage. Angle hits the ring as the Farewell Tour continues. We go to a commercial.

Joe talks some about their history and says he can't think of a better way to send Angle off than to put his ass to sleep one last time. Joe enters the ring and they face off as the bell rings. Joe with a headbutt to start, rocking Angle. Joe takes it to the corner and unloads. Angle fights back but Joe rakes his face and eyes. Joe drops Angle on his head and works him over in the corner some more. Fans chant USA and Joe shakes his head.

Joe avoids a German suplex and elbows Angle in the face. Joe slams Angle and levels him on the mat. Angle fights back but Joe sends him to the floor. Joe runs the ropes and nails a big suicide dive to the floor. We go to commercial.

Back from the break and Joe is still in control of Angle. Joe works Angle around the ring while talking trash. Angle comes back out of nowhere with two German suplexes. Angle hits the third German for a big pop. Joe kicks out at 2. Joe comes back with some of his signature moves. Joe with the senton in the middle of the ring for a close 2 count. Angle side-steps a move and drops Joe with the Angle Slam for another close 2 count as Joe kicks out just in time. Joe blocks the ankle lock and drives Angle down for a 2 count. Joe takes Angle to the corner for a Musclebuster attempt but Angle fights him back. Angle nails a missile dropkick for a pop.

Angle drops his straps for another pop. Joe counters the Angle Slam. More back and forth now. The Uranage is blocked. Joe catches Angle in the Coquina Clutch in the middle of the ring. Fans rally for Angle as he starts to fade. Angle turns it into a pin out of nowhere for the pin to win.

Winner: Kurt Angle

- After the match, Angle celebrates and exits as his music hits. Joe can't believe it, shaking his head in the ring. Cole hypes Angle's match with AJ Styles on tomorrow's SmackDown.

- We see Dean Ambrose backstage preparing for tonight's main event.

- We go back to the ring and out comes Triple H for a pop. Back to commercial.

- Back from the break and Triple H is in the ring with a mic.

Triple H congratulates the women on earning the WrestleMania 35 main event, praising them for what they do. He says that makes him happy but some things don't, like this letter he pulls out. He reveals that Batista, via letter from his lawyer, wanted him to put his career on the line in their No Holds Barred match at WrestleMania 35, or else Batista wouldn't wrestle. They also wanted the WrestleMania date moved to accommodate his movie filming. Triple H knocks Batista for beating up an old man, WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair, just to get a WrestleMania match. Triple H says this is just another attempt by Batista to quit. Triple H says he will not let Batista quit this time.

Triple H goes on and says he's never given a crap about Batista and he's never been obsessed with him, but he is obsessed with kicking Batista's ass. Triple H says at this point in their careers, if he can't beat a self-deluded douchebag like Batista, then he has no business being in the ring anyway. Triple H agrees to put his career on the line. Triple H drops the mic and makes his exit as the music hits.

Last Man Standing Match: Dean Ambrose vs. Drew McIntyre

We go to the ring and out comes Dean Ambrose for tonight's main event. We go to a commercial.

Back from the break and out comes Dean Ambrose. They immediately start brawling. Ambrose sends Drew over the top rope to the floor. Dean goes to the top and leaps out but Drew misses and Dean lands hard. Ambrose makes it back up at the 8 count. Drew launches Dean into the barrier as we go right back to commercial.

Back from the break and Drew is destroying Ambrose with a kendo stick. Ambrose comes back and nails a big suicide dive into the barrier. They both get up after the referee counts. More back and forth now. Drew sends Dean back with a big Glasgow Kiss headbutt. Drew slingshots Ambrose's throat into the steel on the bottom of the ring frame. The referee counts again. Drew grabs part of the steel ring steps and rams them into Dean's face. The referee counts again. They bring it back in but Ambrose ends up using a steel chair and then hitting a Dirty Deeds for a big pop. Drew makes it back up at the 7 count. Ambrose nails a big boot and mounts Drew with strikes.

More back and forth action in the ring. Drew drives Ambrose through a table in the corner and he lands hard. The referee counts but Ambrose makes it up at the 9 count. Drew immediately follows up with a big Claymore Kick. Ambrose fails to get up and Drew gets the win.

Winner: Drew McIntyre

- After the match, McIntyre stands tall over Ambrose as his music hits. We go to replays. RAW goes off the air with McIntyre posing.

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