WWE RAW Results – June 4, 2018

WWE RAW Results - June 4, 2018

Tonight’s WWE RAW opens live from the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas.

– Elias is in the ring as JoJo introduces him. Elias plays a little on the guitar and addresses WWE Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins, saying we will all Walk With Elias after he wins the title from Rollins at Money In the Bank. Elias talks about how he left Rollins laying on RAW last week with the guitar shot but he was just as hurt because he had to destroy one of his favorite guitars. Elias shows us a replay on the big screen and plays a song while it airs, mocking Rollins and the NBA’s Houston Rockets. Fans boo. The music interrupts and out comes Rollins to a big pop.

Rollins makes his way out slowly, selling the attack from last week, as Michael Cole welcomes us to RAW. He’s joined by Corey Graves and Jonathan Coachman.

Rollins circles the ring and takes his time as Elias talks trash from the ring, getting ready for a fight with the guitar in his hands. Rollins pulls a steel chair from under the ring and fans pop. Rollins enters the ring and they face off, guitar vs. chair. They swing and Elias loses his guitar. Rollins backs him into the corner with the chair in the air but here comes Jinder Mahal from behind. Mahal drops Rollins and fans boo as they double team The Architect. The music interrupts and out comes Roman Reigns. Reigns hits the ring and gets beat on but he fights back. Reigns clears the ring of Elias, Jinder and Sunil Singh to a mixed reaction. Reigns helps Rollins up and the music hits as RAW General Manager Kurt Angle makes his way out. Angle makes a tag team match that will start right now. Angle’s music hits and fans do the “you suck!” chant. Rollins has the guitar as he and Reigns stand tall. We go to commercial.

Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins vs. Elias and Jinder Mahal

Back from the break and we see that David Otunga is working the show tonight, replacing Jonathan Coachman on commentary.

Rollins starts off the match and unloads on Jinder while Reigns works over Elias on the floor. Rollins with more offense in and out of the ring. Reigns tags in and goes to work on Jinder, dropping him with an elbow to the jaw. Rollins comes back in and covers for a 2 count on Jinder. They go to the corner and in comes Elias for a quick double team. Elias keeps control and drops Rollins over the top rope for a 2 count.

More back and forth now. Elias keeps control and has Rollins grounded for a few minutes now. Rollins looks to fight up and out but Elias takes him right back down and tightens the hold while talking trash. Elias focuses on the neck and goes to drop a big knee but Rollins moves. Jinder tags in and stops Rollins from tagging. Jinder runs into boots in the corner. Rollins sends Jinder over the top to the floor as Reigns reaches for the tag.

Rollins finally makes the hot tag as Jinder comes back into the ring. Reigns unloads on Jinder and hits a big clothesline. Reigns drops Elias on the ramp and unloads on Jinder with clotheslines in the corner as fans count along. Jinder catches Reigns with a big boot in the face but Reigns responds with a boot to the face of his own. Elias tags in but Reigns drops him with a boot. Reigns stands tall to a mixed reaction. Reigns calls for the Superman Punch but has to stop and knock Jinder off the apron. This allows Elias to retreat to the floor to avoid the punch. Reigns goes to the floor and runs around for a Drive By on Jinder but Singh moves him out of the way just in time. Elias immediately catches Reigns and drops him on the floor with a jumping knee to the face. We go to commercial.

Back from the break and Elias has Reigns down in the middle of the ring. Jinder tags in and ends up getting a close 2 count. Jinder with aggressive knee strikes before keeping Reigns grounded on the mat. Jinder drops a knee and continues the assault on Reigns. Elias tags in and drops a big knee on Reigns for another close 2 count. Elias drops Rollins off the apron with a cheap shot but turns back around to a big right hand from Reigns. They tangle and Elias drops Reigns for another pin attempt.

Jinder tags back in and pounds on Reigns as Rollins paces on the apron, holding the back of his head. Reigns finally gets an opening on Jinder and nails a Samoan Drop. Rollins and Elias tag in at the same time. Rollins with a Thesz Press and several strikes. Rollins with a Slingblade and a Blockbuster for a 2 count. Rollins charges in the corner but gets sent to the apron. More back and forth with Rollins taking control and hitting a Falcon Arrow for a 2 count as Jinder breaks the pin. Reigns stops The Khallas on Rollins with a Superman Punch. Reigns runs around the ring and hits the Drive By on Elias.

Rollins kicks Elias in the face in the middle of the ring now. Rollins cranks up for the Blackout curb stomp but Singh gets on the apron. Rollins charges at him but Singh jumps off the apron, right into the hand of Reigns. Jinder makes the save and sends Reigns into the steel steps. Jinder tosses Reigns over the barrier into the crowd. Elias takes advantage and rolls Rollins up from behind for a 2 count. Rollins with an enziguri on Elias. Rollins runs the ropes and nails a dive on Jinder on the floor but lands bad on his neck. Singh tries to swing a steel chair at Rollins but it’s blocked. Rollins chases Jinder into the ring but Elias turns it around with a DDT on top of the steel chair. Elias nails the Drift Away on Rollins for the win.

Winners: Elias and Jinder Mahal

After the match, Elias and Jinder stand tall as we go to replays. Reigns and Rollins recover in the ring as Elias and Jinder look on from the stage.

– Still to come, Natalya vs. Nia Jax and Braun Strowman vs. Bobby Roode. Also, the seven-team Tag Team Battle Royal to crown new #1 contenders for Money In the Bank. Back to commercial.

James Harden vs. Curt Hawkins

Back from the break and Curt Hawkins is in the ring with an enhancement talent. There’s a table set up at ringside with tacos. Hawkins says he’s at 199 losses right now but he won’t make it to 200 as he’s about to pick up a win and when he wins, everyone in the arena will get tacos tonight. Hawkins briefly interviews his opponent, James Harden from Houston (like the NBA player from the Houston Rockets), and thanks him for participating.

The bell rings and they lock up. Hawkins takes it to the corner and rocks his opponent with a cheap shot. Hawkins whips Harden hard into the corner and he goes down. Hawkins with more offense until Harden sidesteps in the corner and he hits the turnbuckles. Harden mounts offense but Hawkins turns him inside out. Hawkins looks to put Harden away but the music interrupts and out comes Baron Corbin.

Corbin is all smiles as he walks to the ring. Corbin enters the ring and hits Harden with End of Days. The referee calls for the bell.

Winner by DQ: James Harden

The referee calls for the disqualification and Corbin immediately exits the ring. JoJo announces Harden as the winner, confirming the 200th loss for Hawkins. Hawkins is upset. He goes to ringside but Corbin is waiting at the taco table for him. Corbin decks Hawkins with a fist full of tacos and ends up flipping the table over on him. Corbin leaves as his music hits and Hawkins tries to recover with taco fixings all over him.

– We see Ronda Rousey and Natalya backstage warming up. Back to commercial.


Back from the break and Baron Corbin enters Kurt Angle’s office. Angle asks him what that was all about and Corbin laughs, saying he will explain later but he has something else to say to Angle. He’s tired of being looked over and says he went directly to WWE HQ and spoke with RAW Commissioner Stephanie McMahon. Corbin has a letter from Stephanie for Angle and he reads it. Stephanie says due to recent shortcomings on RAW, she is implementing a new checks & balances system, appointing Corbin as the new constable of RAW. The letter says for Angle to consider Corbin as her eyes & ears on RAW. The letter was signed sincerely, Stephanie. Angle checks out the letter and isn’t happy.

Nia Jax vs. Natalya

“Rowdy” Ronda Rousey joins the commentary team for this next match.

They lock up, but Jax quickly powers her down. Natalya quickly gets to her feet and applies a side headlock, but she can’t take Jax down. Jax shoves her off. Natalya goes for a clothesline, but Jax doesn’t go down. Jax absorbs a dropkick before shoulder blocking her down. Natalya gets up and is run over by another shoulder block. Natalya rolls out of the ring to recover. Back to commercial.

We come back from the break to see Natalya trapped in a chin lock. Natalya fights up and hits a jawbreaker. Natalya kicks her and goes for a body slam, but she can’t gets Jax off her feet. Jax head-butts her down. Natalya fights back and counters a wheelbarrow slam into a modified (or botched) bulldog. Natalya then dropkicks her back. Rousey is doing well on commentary right now. Natalya fights back, but she can’t whip Jax. Natalya avoids an avalanche from Jax and hits a discus clothesline for a two count. Natalya tries to get the quiet crowd fired up. Natalya hits the ropes, but he knee buckles. Jax then hits a Samoan Drop for the win.

Winner: Nia Jax

Natalya is struggling to get up, and Jax looks worried. Rousey tells the commentary team to hold her headphones, and she heads down to the ring. Rousey checks on her friend. Rousey keeps Jax away from her. Jax bumps her, so Rousey gets in her face. Rousey tells her to leave the ring. Jax continues to pace around in the background. Rousey and the referee help Natalya to the back.

– We go back to the announcers to hype the show. Still to come, Finn Balor vs. Kevin Owens. Also, Bobby Lashley will respond to Sami Zayn.


Bobby Roode is backstage when Renee Young walks in for comments, asking what his mindset is going into his first-ever Money In the Bank match. Roode says he’s ecstatic, just two weeks away from this life-changing match. Roode says he thrives in the spotlight and is excited about climbing the ladder to make history. Roode says when he becomes champion, it will be absolutely… glorious! Renee asks about tonight’s match with Braun Strowman. Roode’s tone changes and he says he honestly doesn’t know. He’s been in the business for 20 years and has never seen a man like Braun. Roode says he will use every trick he has and hopefully that’s enough to beat Braun but his goal tonight is just to survive.

Braun Strowman vs. Bobby Roode

We go to the ring and out comes Braun Strowman. Bobby Roode is out next. Back to commercial.

Back from the break and Braun dominates to start. Roode looks to mount some offense but Braun brings him to the mat from the corner. Roode gets some offense in but Braun blocks a Glorious DDT attempt and drops him. Braun with more offense and a huge suplex. We get a replay of that suplex.

Braun charge in the corner but runs into an elbow. Braun ends up running into the steel ring post as Roode side-steps in the corner. Roode goes under the ring and brings out a heavy duty ladder. Roode bridges the ladder from the apron to the top of the barrier. Roode returns to the ring but Braun is back to his feet now. Roode tries to lure Braun out of the ring and it works.

Roode runs around the ring and rolls under the ladder bridge but Braun puts on the brakes and avoids running into it. Roode taunts Braun from the other side of the ladder bridge and asks what he’s going to do now. Braun stares at Roode, raises his fists and brings them down, smashing the ladder in half. Roode is shocked. Braun catches up with Roode and launches him into the barrier. Braun tosses Roode back into the ring and scoops him for the running powerslam. Braun covers for the win.

Winner: Braun Strowman

After the match, Braun stands tall and looks up at the MITB briefcase hanging high above the ring as his music hits. We go to replays. Braun makes his exit as Roode recovers.


We see Kevin Owens backstage watching what just happened. Charly Caruso asks for his thoughts as he prepares to face Finn Balor tonight. Owens says Braun is big, Roode has a robe and the sky is blue. Who cares? Owens doesn’t care about any of the other MITB competitors. Owens goes on and says Balor is a perfect example of why the WWE Universe is clueless as they chant for him. He mocks Balor for some of his “too sweet” failures. Charly reminds Owens that he interfered in Balor’s match with Strowman last week. Owens says that doesn’t matter and nothing matters because he will win at Money In the Bank and tonight he will remind Balor what he really is, nothing more than a made up Irish myth. Owens walks off.

– Still to come, Finn vs. Owens. Back to commercial.


Natalya has ice on her knee in the trainer’s room, telling Ronda Rousey she felt a pop. Rousey helps her to her feet. Nia Jax comes in and apologizes about the knee. Rousey says she’s done enough already. Jax says this isn’t ballet and Natalya is as much her friend as Rousey’s. Natalya says she knows Jax didn’t mean to hurt her, but she needs a minuter to herself. Natalya hobbles off on crutches.

In the Arena:

Renee Young introduces the RAW Tag Team Champions, Matt Hardy and Bray Wyatt, to the ring. The Deleters of Worlds make their entrance. She asks how it feels to watch the entire Tag Team Division fight for a shot at their titles. Wyatt says any team that has the audacity to face off against the Deleters of Worlds should understand they will not be facing men. They’ll be facing Woken Warriors. They will be facing Fireflies. They will be facing gods. Then they will truly understand what it means to be… WOKEN! “WOKEN” Matt Hardy says they are magic. Their essences have traveled and transcended space and time. Now they stand before them all as the RAW Tag Team Champions. They are unparalleled and unstoppable. They’ve woken the entire WWE Universe. Hardy asks if Young considers herself woken. Renee says, “Yeah… yup.” Hardy says that is WONDERFUL and gets the crowd to give her an ovation. It is time for this Battle Royale to commence. Wyatt shouts, “WAIT!” Let it be known that no matter what team wins tonight, first they will suffer, and then be DELETED! The RAW Tag Team Champions pose.

– The commentators run down the Money in the Bank card.

– Coming up next, we’ll have a #1 Contender’s Tag Team Battle Royal. Back to commercial.

#1 Contender’s Tag Team Battle Royal
The Revival vs. The Ascension vs. Heath Slater and Rhyno vs. Breezango vs. Titus Worldwide vs. The B-Team vs. Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre

The brawling starts before JoJo even starts her introductions, so there was some miscommunication there. Zigger and McIntyre go through the middle ropes and watch from the apron for a few. McIntyre then gets in and unloads on Viktor. O’Neal nearly eliminates Ziggler, but he holds on. Konnor nearly gets Slater out of the ring, but Rhyno saves him. Scott Dawson holds McIntyre for Dash Wilder to punch. Tyler Breeze then eliminates Ziggler! Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre have been eliminated. McIntyre unloads on whoever is around him. Ziggler joins in, and they hit Bo Dallas with a Zig-Zag/Claymore combo.

We come back from the break to see the brawl still going on. Titus Worldwide were eliminated during the break by The Revival. Fandango attacks Viktor and eliminates him. The Ascension have been eliminated. Dawson then eliminates Fandango. Breezango have been eliminated. The Revival concentrate on Rhyno and pick him apart. They go for Shatter Machine on Slater, but Rhyno grabs Wilder and eliminates him. The Revival have been eliminated. Slater superkicks Dawson for good measure. The B-Team attack them. Dallas boots Rhyno back before Axel DDTs him. They get Rhyno on the apron, but Slater makes the save. Slater picks Dallas up and accidentally hits Rhyno with his legs, knocking him off the apron. The B-Team wins.

Winners of the Battle Royal: The B-Team

The B-Team will face The Deleters of Worlds for the WWE RAW Tag Team Championship.

– Bobby Lashley will respond to Sami Zayn, next. Back to commercial.

In the Arena:

Back from the break and Bobby Lashley comes out to the ring.

Bobby says Sami Zayn h as been talking a lot about him lately but where he comes from they do things differently. Lashley calls Sami to the ring to come and say what he has to say to his face. The music hits and Lashley waits but there’s no sign of Sami.

Sami finally appears in the crowd and says there’s no chance he’s getting in the ring because the last time he was in there with Lashley, Lashley injured his hand. Sami has the hand taped up and talks about how the injury has inconvenienced him this past week. Sami goes on about how he’s a genius and how he never stops scouting his opponents. He used a little tool called Instagram to get a better idea of Lashley. He mocks Lashley for posting motivational quotes on Instagram and shows some of Lashley’s recent posts. Sami says the simple people of Texas may fall for these quotes but Sami being an intellectual, he dug deeper and logged into one of his many anonymous Instagram accounts. Sami says he sent Lashley a direct message and was sent back a copy & pasted response, and a link to the VIP-Exclusive Bobby Lashley Fan Club, where he can get a Lashley headband for $9.99 or a t-shirt for $39.99. Sami says Lashley is just trying to make a cash grab with fans, just trying to get over on them like he has Sami. Lashley asks a good question – where is Sami going with all of this?

Lashley thought Sami of all people would face him in the ring. Sami says he doesn’t talk face to face with liars. Lashley doesn’t know if he should laugh with or at Sami, or feel sorry for him. Sami has gone higher in the crowd now. Sami goes on about how everything to do with Lashley is a lie. Lashley finally gets upset when Sami questions if he was really in the Army. Did he really serve his country or is that just another lie? Fans chant USA now as Lashley stares Sami down from the ring. Sami is way up in the audience now. Lashley’s music hits as the two stare each other down.

– The announcers show us what happened during Reigns and Rollins vs. Elias and Mahal earlier tonight. They also hype the Money In the Bank card.


Charly Caruso is backstage with Jinder Mahal and Sunil Singh now, asking what is at the heart of his issues with Roman Reigns. Jinder says Reigns is a jealous, bitter man. Jinder says Reigns senses his superiority and is threatened. Jinder goes on and says something is int he air, the winds are shifting and Reigns will soon find that the storm is coming. Charly sends us to Renee Young with Reigns, who asks for a response to what Jinder just said. Reigns says Jinder must have forgotten who he is and what he’s done around here. Reigns says Jinder should go check his resume. Reigns knocks Jinder’s resume and says he’s done nothing around here lately. The camera cuts back to Jinder, then back to Reigns as they trade words. Reigns says he will come say all this to Jinder’s face. Reigns knows he’s in the arena and tells him to stay put so he can come shut his mouth for him. The camera follows Reigns through the back as he looks for Jinder. Reigns drops Singh first and goes at it with Jinder. They brawl through the backstage area with Reigns taking control. Referees and officials break it up as we go back to the announcers.

Alexa Bliss, Sasha Banks and Ember Moon vs. The Riott Squad

We go to the ring for six-woman action as Alexa Bliss makes her way out first. Back to commercial.

Back from the beak and out comes Sasha Banks followed by Ember Moon. Out next comes The Riott Squad – Liv Morgan, Sarah Logan and Ruby Riott. Ember starts off with Ruby.

Back and forth to start the match. Ember drops Ruby with an elbow before they run the ropes. Ember drops Ruby on her face and launches herself in from the apron for a close 2 count. Ember can’t decide on who to tag and Ruby almost turns it around. Bliss tags in and works on Ruby’s arm. Bliss lands bad on her leg. Ruby backs off and Bliss tags Sasha in. Bliss goes to the floor and sells the injury, acting like she’s going to leave. Ember and Sasha stare at Bliss, looking like they’re not sure about the injury. We go to commercial.

Back from the break and we now have a Handicap Match. The Riott Squad keeps Ember down with frequent tags. Moon avoids a submission and finally gets an opening. Ember looks to tag in Sasha but Ruby drops her. Sasha finally gets the hot tag as Liv comes in. Sasha unloads with clotheslines. Sasha drops Liv with a big kick. Sasha with double knees in the corner now.

Sasha with another set of knees in the corner. Liv sends Sasha to the apron but Sasha fights her off. Sasha decks Ruby as she approaches the apron. Liv finally counters in the corner and drops Banks again for a close 2 count. Logan and Morgan with more tags to keep control of Banks. Fans try to rally for Banks as Liv keeps her down in a Full Nelson. Banks fights up and out, barely connecting with a kick. Sasha tries to make the tag now. She drops Liv again and looks to crawl for the tag. Logan runs around to pull Ember off the apron. Ember fights ruby and Logan off. Liv drops Ember off the apron and Logan sends Ember into the barrier. Banks takes advantage and rolls Banks up for a 2 count. Liv with a dropkick to Banks for another close 2 count.

Liv keeps Banks down and tags in Ruby for the double team but Banks blocks it, sending Liv to the floor. Banks comes flying off the top to take Ruby and Logan down at the same time in the ring. Banks reaches for a tag but there’s no one there. The music hits and out comes Bayley to the ring. It looks like Bayley is in the match now as she unloads on Logan and covers for the win.

Winners: Bayley, Sasha Banks and Ember Moon

After the match, Bayley stands tall as her music hits. Sasha and Ember return to the ring to join Bayley as the referee raises their arms. The Riott Squad looks on from ringside.


Kurt Angle is backstage with Baron Corbin watching what happened. Corbin asks if Angle is going to stand for that and Angle says it’s none of his business. Corbin reminds Angle of his new role from Stephanie McMahon and says no where in the WWE rulebook does it state that a Superstar can insert themselves into a match. He suggests Angle go and inform the winners that they didn’t really win, or deal with Stephanie. Corbin smiles as Angle walks off. We go to commercial.


Back from the break and we see Bayley, Sasha Banks and Ember Moon backstage talking about the win. Kurt Angle walks up and informs them that The Riott Squad actually won the match because Bayley wasn’t in the match. Angle leaves. Ember storms off first and she isn’t happy. Banks walks away from Bayley first after looking at her.

– We go to the stage and Big Show is out with athletes and representatives from the Special Olympics, representing Texas. Show talks about the 2018 Special Olympic USA Games that take place next month and introduces President & CEO, Beth Knox. Show talks about how he’s worked with the Special Olympics and how he’s proud to stand with them. Show calls for the fans to stand and give it up for the 2018 Special Olympic games and Team Texas. Show’s music hits but is interrupted by Finn Balor’s music as it’s time for the main event. Balor comes to the stage and greets the Special Olympians before heading to the ring.

Finn Balor vs. Kevin Owens

Balor goes to the ring and poses in the corners for his entrance. We go to commercial.

Back from the break and the following is announced for next week – Alexa Bliss vs. Natalya vs. Sasha Banks vs. Ember Moon and Braun Strowman vs. Bobby Roode vs. Finn Balor vs. Kevin Owens, plus a face-off between Nia Jax and Ronda Rousey. Kevin Owens is out next. Back and forth to start the match for a few minutes. Owens mocks Balor and pays for it. Owens ends up on the floor for a breather. Owens returns to the ring and takes Balor down with the headlock to keep him grounded in the middle of the ring.

Balor fights up to his feet but Owens drops him with a shoulder for a 1 count. Owens goes back to the headlock to keep Balor grounded. Balor turns it around and keeps Owens down by his arm. Owens counters and drops Balor, yelling at him about why this is his show. Owens stomps and chops Balor around now. They run the ropes and Balor rolls through on a roll-up attempt, nailing the basement dropkick for a 2 count.

Balor keeps Owens down by his arm again now. Owens counters and unloads on Balor, beating him down as the referee warns him. Owens backs off and whips Balor hard into the corner, sending him to the mat. More back and forth now. Balor with an overhead kick from the apron. Balor goes to the top rope for the Coup de Grace but Owens rolls to the floor to avoid it. Balor stands tall as we go back to commercial.

Back from the break and Owens takes Balor back down. Owens yells at the referee to check on the submission. Balor fights to his feet but Owens decks him. Owens runs into boots in the corner. Balor mounts more offense now. Owens goes to the top but Balor rocks him with an enziguri, sending him to the mat. Balor climbs up for the Coup de Grace but Owens rolls to the floor. Balor runs the ropes and launches out onto Owens, taking him down on the floor. Balor clutches his own back and we get a replay. Balor brings Owens back into the ring but he rolls right back out to the floor.

Owens hangs Balor up on the top rope as he comes back in. Owens takes back control and keeps Balor down with an armbar in the middle of the ring. Balor finally fights to his feet but Owens throws him right back to the mat. Owens goes for the senton but Balor rolls out of the way. Owens goes for the Pop-Up Powerbomb but it’s blocked. Balor counters and hits the double stomp to the gut. They both get up and go at it with Balor unloading in the corner. Balor keeps control and drops Owens again for a close 2 count. Balor waits for Owens to get up in the corner. Owens counters and rolls Balor up for a 2 count. Owens comes right back with a superkick for another close pin attempt.

Balor looks to put Owens away after more offense. Balor launches Owens into the corner and he goes down hard. Balor goes to the top for the Coup de Grace but Owens crotches him and shuts him down. Owens turns Balor upside down in the corner and stomps away now. The referee warns Owens but Owens keeps stomping until the referee calls for the bell for the disqualification.

Winner by DQ: Finn Balor

After the match, Owens keeps assaulting Balor as the bell rings. Owens goes to the top and hits a big Frogsplash on Balor. Owens pulls a ladder from under the ring now. Owens brings the ladder into the ring and stands it up. Owens climbs up near the briefcases and looks out. Owens looks to hit a Frogsplash from the top of the ladder but he changes his mind and goes down a few steps. Balor takes advantage of the hesitation and brings Owens down, sending him into the corner. Balor climbs to the top of the ladder and hits a big Coup de Grace for a pop. Balor climbs back up the ladder and grabs the briefcase. Balor sits on top of the ladder with the title shot as his music hits. We go to replays. Owens rolls around in pain on the floor as Balor clutches the briefcase up high above the ring. RAW goes off the air.


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