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WWE Raw Results
June 17, 2024
Corpus Christi, Texas (American Bank Center)
Commentary: Michael Cole and Pat McAfee
Results by: Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com

I’m celebrating 16 years of recapping for Wrestleview.com this week. It’s been an honor, and I’m not done yet!

“Then. Now. Forever. Together.” The WWE video, with the mysterious QR code images flashing throughout, plays us into the show.

Video: WWE Clash at the Castle highlights from this past Saturday.

Backstage Segment

A furious Drew McIntyre is shown walking backstage. McIntyre came up short in his World Heavyweight Championship match against Damian Priest, thanks to CM Punk.

Seth “Freakin” Rollins returns to WWE Raw

“BURN IT DOWN!”

Seth “Freakin” Rollins, who hasn’t been seen since he interfered in the Main Event of WrestleMania 40 on Night Two, makes his way to the ring to an enormous reception. Rollins is clad in a white suit with a white fedora. The music stops, and the crowd loudly sings his theme song. Rollins bows before the crowd. They chant, “Welcome back!” Rollins is fired up and throws his fedora to Pat McAfee. Rollins says, “Corpus Christi… let me welcome you back to Monday Night Rollins!” Rollins is going to introduce them to their host for the evening. He is a visionary. He is a revolutionary. He is Seth “Freakin” Rollins.

The crowd starts to sing his theme song again. Rollins says he’s missed everyone. Rollins wants to cut to the chase since they want to sing all night. He’s back for one reason. He’s seen them all, faced them all, and done it all. Rollins got into this business not to be one of the best. Rollins got into this business to be the very greatest, best of all time. Rollins can’t do that without getting back the championship that he made, the World Heavyweight Championship.

The Money in the Bank briefcases are shown above the ring. Rollins says Money in the Bank is only a few short weeks away. Rollins can climb a ladder pretty well and is quite familiar with the contract. It is the fastest way for him to get back in the mix for a shot at the World Heavyweight Championship.

World Heavyweight Champion Damian Priest has something to say about that as he makes his way to the ring. Priest gets in the ring, and the crowd boos him. Priest says he’s not being sarcastic. He wanted to come out here to welcome Rollins back. Rollins looks great and looks healthy. It’s sincerely great to have him back. Priest says he’s been wanting some face-to-face time with him because he wanted to tell Rollins that he wanted to cash in the Money in the Bank contract on him. It was out of respect. That didn’t happen, and Priest is doing ok. It’s not Monday Night Rollins. It’s the show where they all rise for El Campeon.

Rollins cackles and says Priest had a long weekend. He almost lost a leg in Scotland. Rollins gets where he’s coming from. They’re actually a lot alike. They both made their names in groups. Priest made his name in the Judgment Day. Rollins made his name in the greatest group of all time, The Shield. They both held the Money in the Bank contract for a long time before cashing in for their first World Title at WrestleMania. The one thing that separates them is that at some point, Rollins grew a set. Rollins wants to be the greatest of all time. To have that legacy, he has to stand on his own two feet. Rollins has a question for Priest: what kind of champion does he want to be? What does Priest want his legacy to be in this industry? Does he want to be the greatest of all time or a footnote in the Judgment Day?

Priest says it’s a fair question, but he wants to remind Rollins of something. Priest was Rollins’ first challenger for the title. At the time, Rollins beat him because he was better than him. Times have changed. On Saturday, he almost lost his leg. People thought he’d be relinquishing the title, but the only thing he wants to relinquish is Rollins thinking he’s better than Priest. If Rollins wants to see what kind of champion he is, how about he forgets about the ladders and has a title match against him at Money in the Bank? Rollins asks if this is a trap. Priest insists that this is not a trap. The Judgment Day doesn’t know he’s out here. Does Rollins want a shot at Priest’s World Title or not? The crowd chants, “YES!” Rollins says, “Well, if it’s that simple, then I accept your challenge. Just remember this, Priest. As long as I’m around here, this show will always and forever be Monday Night Rollins!” Rollins walks off.

Pretty decent surprise to have Seth "Freakin" Rollins open the show. The crowd was definitely hot for him. It's going to be Rollins vs. Damian Priest for the World Title at #MITB. Should be a good one. #WWERaw

— Wrestleview.com (@wrestleview) June 18, 2024

Later tonight, we’ll have a Triple Threat Money in the Bank Qualifying Match with “Main Event” Jey Uso, Rey Mysterio, and Finn Bálor competing for a spot in the match. The Women will also have a Money in the Bank Qualifying Match with IYO SKY, Kiana James, and Zelina Vega fighting for a spot. We’ll also see the brutal beatdown of Ricochet by Bron Breakker last week on Raw.

Raw General Manager’s Office

Earlier today, Chad Gable came into Raw General Manager Adam Pearce’s office with Otis, Maxxine Dupri, and Akira Tozawa. Gable says if it wasn’t for his #1 Disappointment, and the others, he’d have the Intercontinental Championship. Gable wants another shot. Pearce says Gable has had opportunity after opportunity, but the best thing for him is to go to the back of the line and win his way back to the title. Gable is not happy about that. He’s a leader and belongs at the front of the line. Gable tells Pearce to find him someone worthy. Pearce says he has the perfect opponent for him. Gable tells Pearce to line it up and make it official. Pearce looks pleased to make this official.

Back to live action, Chad Gable makes his entrance with Akira Tozawa, Otis, and Maxxine Dupri, who is on crutches now after this past Saturday’s mishap. Gable will find out who his worthy opponent is, next.

-Commercial Break-

WWE promotes Fanatics Fest in New York City in August.

Video: New WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Alba Fyre and Isla Dawn are shown entering the arena earlier today.

Chad Gable’s worthy opponent will be Braun Strowman.

Chad Gable w/ Alpha Academy (Otis, Akira Tozawa, and Maxxine Dupri) vs. Braun Strowman

The bell rings, and Braun Strowman flexes. Gable quickly goes for a German Suplex, but Strowman shakes him off. Strowman gets him in the corner and punches him. Strowman sends him into the ropes, but Gable holds on and boots him back. Gable charges, but Strowman scoops him up. Gable slides off and attempts another German Suplex. Strowman rolls him off and big boots him down. Strowman shouts to the Alpha Academy that Gable is a bully, and they don’t have to take it. Strowman knocks Gable down and gets him up in the corner to smash his chest with a chop. Strowman whips him hard sternum-first into the corner. Gable gasps for breath and pulls himself up. Strowman puts him on the top rope and grabs him by the throat before yelling that he hates bullies. Gable grabs the arm and hangs over the top rope, applying an armbar. Gable releases before being disqualified. Gable shouts to the Alpha Academy, “That’s how it’s done, you morons!” Gable sits up, and Strowman knocks him off the top rope and down to the floor with a right hand to the face.

-Commercial Break-

Back from the break, Strowman runs over Gable with a pair of shoulder tackles. Strowman whips him hard sternum-first into the corner again. Strowman then throws him across the ring and rips his shirt off. The crowd roars in approval. Gable rolls out of the ring to recover. Strowman signals for it and gets out of the ring. Fire up the engines! It’s time for the Strowman Express! Strowman charges, but he stops when Gable uses Akira Tozawa as a human shield. Strowman takes Tozawa and throws him into Gable!

Strowman grabs Gable and puts him in the ring. Gable kicks the knee out from under Strowman as he gets in the ring. Gable hits the ropes, but Strowman annihilates him with a huge Powerslam for the win.

Winner by Pinfall: Braun Strowman

Gable gets up in the center of the ring and sneers at Alpha Academy. Gable demands the three of them get in the ring. The crowd chants, “You suck” at Gable. Maxxine Dupri, who is on crutches, is helped into the ring. Gable takes the crutch from her and throws it out of the ring. Gable forces her to hobble out of the ring. Gable turns Tozawa around and shoves him before slapping him in the face, knocking him down.

Otis turns and looks at Tozawa down on the mat before sneering at Master Gable. The crowd is buzzing. Otis then wipes out Gable with a shoulder tackle! Otis rips his shirt off, and Gable retreats to the corner, begging his star pupil off! Otis is fired up, but he doesn’t attack Gable any further. The crowd chants, “Otis!” Otis leaves the ring and helps Tozawa and Maxxine to the back. Tozawa looks like he has a split lip from the slap. Otis, Maxxine, and Tozawa look emotional as they walk off on Gable. Gable gets up and throws a fit in the ring.

Otis has just SNAPPED!#WWERaw pic.twitter.com/r19ZSvExUc

— WWE (@WWE) June 18, 2024

I'm not sure if that's a full break with Otis and the rest from the Chad Gable, but they had to give the crowd SOMETHING after weeks of dragging that out. They gave them a little taste and can drag this out even more if they want. Have Otis reconsider, yadda, yadda. #WWERaw

— Wrestleview.com (@wrestleview) June 18, 2024

Pat McAfee’s Telestrator

Replays from last week’s Raw show the controversy surrounding the room key the Women’s World Champion Liv Morgan gave to “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio. Morgan would get knocked onto Mysterio later in the show, and Mysterio looked conflicted. Finn Bálor would ultimately take the key for himself.

Yesterday, Women’s World Champion Liv Morgan wished “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio a Happy Father’s Day and called him Daddy.

The Judgment Day Clubhouse

World Heavyweight Champion Damian Priest comes into the clubhouse. Finn Bálor says he has Priest’s back against Seth Rollins. Priest wants to talk about Bálor taking the hotel key. Bálor says he took it to protect Mysterio. Bálor isn’t happy with the accusation. Priest says Bálor has been acting strange lately. Where is his head at? He’ll be the next Money in the Bank winner. Bálor says he’ll cash in… on Cody Rhodes. Priest just wanted to make sure they’re on the same page. “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio is having trouble finding his purple cow vest. Carlito jokes that he might have left it in Liv Morgan’s hotel room. JD McDonagh says that isn’t happening. Carlito is told to get ready for his match. Priest asks Bálor if he’s talked to Rhea Ripley. Bálor says he’s staying far away from that.

IYO SKY makes her entrance. She’ll be in a Triple Threat Money in the Bank Qualifying Match next.

-Commercial Break-

Money in the Bank Qualifying Match
Triple Threat Match
IYO SKY vs. Kiana James vs. Zelina Vega

The bell rings, and IYO SKY quickly attacks Zelina Vega. Kiana James pulls Sky off and slaps her in the face. Sky goes after her, but James and Vega double-team her. James and Vega start fighting each other. James puts Vega in the corner and stomps her. James charges, but Vega takes her out with a hurricanrana. Sky then hits Vega with a running dropkick. Sky ducks a right hand from James and snaps her off the top rope, knocking her to the floor. Sky hits James with an Asai Moonsault. Vega then takes Sky out with a Meteora off the apron. Vega is fired up and points at the Money in the Bank briefcases, hanging ominously above the ring.

-Commercial Break-

Back from the break, Sky and Vega hit James with a double-team superplex! Vega and Sky roll over and cover James, but the referee won’t count since both women are covering. Sky and Vega start shoving each other before Sky hits an uppercut. Sky goes for a double underhook backbreaker, but Vega gets out. Sky gets out of Code Red and hits a double underhook backbreaker. Sky gets the crowd going and charges Vega, but James tackles her into the corner. James does a handspring and attacks Vega with a shoulder thrust in the corner. James hits a VICIOUS powerbomb on Vega, but the pin is broken up by Sky. Sky rolls James up for a two-count. James boots Sky away. Vega hits James with a hurricanrana before attacking Sky. Vega rolls James up and hits a kick to the head. Vega pulls Sky up and smashes her with a kick.

James attacks Vega and throws her into Sky, but Vega hits Sky with a hurricanrana. Vega sends James facefirst into the middle turnbuckle. Sky then takes Vega out with a missile dropkick. Sky steps on James and heads to the top rope, but Vega takes Sky down with a 619 to the legs! Vega hits Sky with Code Red, but James breaks up the pin just in the nick of time. Vega hits James with a jawbreaker and goes to the apron for a kick.

Vega turns around and sees Women’s World Champion Liv Morgan walking down the ramp in “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio’s purple cow vest. James knocks Vega off the apron with a codebreaker, and Sky hits James with a running double knee. Sky heads to the top rope and hits the Over the Moonsault on James for the win.

Winner by Pinfall: IYO SKY

IYO SKY has qualified for the Women’s Money in the Bank match. Morgan taunts Vega at ringside.

Decent #MITB Qualifying Triple Threat Match. IYO SKY came out on top, as she should have. Kiana James didn't look fantastic in this. She's a little slow motion and needs some more reps in the ring, getting used to being outside the Performance Center. #WWERaw

— Wrestleview.com (@wrestleview) June 18, 2024

Video: Last week on Raw, Bron Breakker went to war with Ilja Dragunov, coming out on top after a hard-hitting match. Breakker went to attack Dragunov after the match, but Ricochet intercepted him. Later in the evening, Ricochet was helping Dragunov in the back when Breakker viciously attacked Dragunov with a Spear. Breakker then turned his attention to Ricochet, lawn darting him into the side of a production truck before hitting a powerslam through a windshield! Raw ring announcer Samantha Irvin ran to the back to ride in the ambulance with her fiance.

WWE Intercontinental Champion Sami Zayn makes his way to the ring to a big ovation. We’ll hear from Zayn next.

-Commercial Break-

Sami Zayn addresses what’s next for the Intercontinental Championship

WWE Intercontinental Champion Sami Zayn’s comedy show is coming in July.

Zayn stands in the center of the ring, and the crowd chants, “Sami!” Zayn says he’s proud to walk into Corpus Christi still the Intercontinental Champion. This past Saturday at Clash at the Castle, Chad Gable didn’t make it easy. With all the personal stuff between them, it started because Zayn beat him in a wrestling match. Now after months of games and sneak attacks, it’s over because he beat him in a wrestling match. As far as Zayn is concerned, he is moving on from Chad Gable. It isn’t easy to move on from the Alpha Academy, but they have to do things on their own time. Zayn didn’t leave the Bloodline until he was ready. Jey Uso didn’t leave until it was his time. A loud “YEET” chant picks up. When Otis and the Alpha Academy are ready, they will leave Chad Gable, too.

Now, Zayn has to look forward and defend his Intercontinental Championship against anybody and everybody. Bron Breakker makes his way to the ring. Breakker grabs a microphone and sneers at the Intercontinental Champion. The crowd barks at Breakker. Zayn asks if Breakker really interrupted him just to stand there, or does he have something to say? Breakker says he doesn’t have to say much. Zayn knows why he’s out here. Zayn knows what he is capable of doing in this ring. Breakker has left a long list of bodies since being here. Zayn is next on his list because he is taking that Intercontinental Championship.

Zayn steps up to Breakker and holds the Intercontinental Championship up. Sheamus makes his way to the ring. Sheamus gets a good ovation. Sheamus tells Zayn to pump the brakes and calls him a fellow “Gingah ninja.” Sheamus has chased this title for years, putting on banger after banger. If Zayn is going to give opportunities for it, he should consider Sheamus. Sheamus says he respects Zayn a lot. When that opportunity arrives, he’ll do whatever it takes to get the title. Breakker shouts at Sheamus and asks if he’s going to act like he’s not standing here. Nobody cares about Sheamus and the list of titles he hasn’t won with the sob stories. They all know what happens when you get in Breakker’s way. Sheamus is in his way, and he’ll kick his ass. Sheamus asks what he’s going to do… put him on his stupid list? Sheamus says Breakker is co*cky and on the run of a lifetime, but as far as the title goes, he has no skin in the game. Breakker is the new “kid.” Sheamus tells Breakker to go to the back of the line before he makes him. Breakker angrily stares at Sheamus.

Zayn says it sounds like they need to sort this out. Zayn is going to talk to Adam Pearce. Corpus Christi doesn’t want to see them talk it out. They want to see them fight it out later tonight. The crowd approves. Zayn walks off. Sheamus and Breakker continue to stare at each other.

Sheamus vs. Bron Breakker tonight? Yes, please!

Perhaps a Triple Threat for the title at #MITB? Sheamus being there allows Zayn to slip on a banana peel and steal the win from Breakker, possibly setting up #SummerSlam. I'm interested!#WWERaw

— Wrestleview.com (@wrestleview) June 18, 2024

Video: Dragon Lee says Carlito cost him the opportunity to tag with the legendary Rey Mysterio at WrestleMania. Carlito took him out like a coward. Finally, he can get his revenge. When Carlito messes with the dragon, he’ll get burned.

Dragon Lee makes his way to the ring alongside WWE Hall of Famer Rey Mysterio and Joaquin Wilde of the LWO. Lee will face Carlito next.

-Commercial Break-

This is the 30th TV Sellout in 2024. Overall, they’ve had 45 Event Sellouts.

Video: This past Saturday at WWE Clash at the Castle, Alba Fyre and Isla Dawn defeated Bianca Belair and Jade Cargill, as well as Shayna Baszler and Zoey Stark, in a Triple Threat Tag Team Match to win the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship.

Backstage Interview

Cathy Kelley is backstage with WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Alba Fyre and Isla Dawn. They are thrilled to pick up the win in front of their family and fans in Scotland. They’re willing to take on all comers for the titles. Shayna Baszler and Zoey Stark walk up to them. Baszler says they beat them handily last week on Raw, and on Saturday, she made Jade Cargill submit, but the referee didn’t see it. Stark says they’re coming for the titles.

Alicia Taylor from SmackDown has been doing the ring announcing for tonight. Samantha Irvin will return next week.

Dragon Lee w/ LWO (Rey Mysterio and Joaquin Wilde) vs. Carlito w/ The Judgment Day (“Dirty” Dominik Mysterio and JD McDonagh)

The bell rings, and Dragon Lee hops on Carlito with some right hands. Carlito shoves him to the corner, but Lee boots him back. Lee hits a head-scissor takeover and connects with a dropkick for a two-count. Carlito blocks a kick, but Lee hits him with an enzuigiri to knock him out of the ring. Lee goes for a plancha, but Carlito catches him and slings him hard into the barricade. Carlito rolls into the ring to stop the count-out. Carlito grabs Lee and drives him into the barricade before putting him in the ring. Carlito taunts Rey Mysterio at ringside. Carlito continues to talk trash from the apron. Lee then CRUSHES Carlito with a jumping hurricanrana off the apron to the floor! Carlito looks like he landed hard on his shoulder!

-Commercial Break-

We come back from the break to see Lee hit Carlito with a top rope splash for a near fall. Rey Mysterio and Wilde root Lee on. Carlito gets out of a head-scissor, and they exchange strikes. Lee hits a rebound German Suplex, but Carlito fights back with a TKO for a near fall. Carlito gets Lee on the top rope, but Lee knocks him into the tree of woe and connects with a double stomp. Lee grabs Carlito, but Carlito counters with a back body drop. Carlito hits a knee lift and goes for a clothesline, but Lee flips through it. Lee crushes Carlito with a sit-out powerbomb for a near fall! That’s not cool for Carlito.

Women’s World Champion Liv Morgan comes down to ringside, wearing “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio’s vest. She seductively approaches Dominik, but Zelina Vega attacks her from behind, pressing her briefly into Dominik. Wilde pulls them apart. Dominik knocks his father back. Dominik sends Wilde into the ring steps. Rey attacks his son with right hands. JD McDonagh sweeps Lee’s feet on the second rope. Carlito hits Lee with a Backstabber off the middle rope for the win.

Winner by Pinfall: Carlito

Carlito continues to turn the clock back. Pretty good match with Dragon Lee, but the bigger story was what was going on outside the ring with "Dirty" Dom and Liv Morgan. #WWERaw

— Wrestleview.com (@wrestleview) June 18, 2024

Video: Replays are shown of World Heavyweight Champion Damian Priest getting his leg tied up in the ropes at WWE Clash at the Castle. Later in the match, the referee was inadvertently taken out. CM Punk ran down in an official’s shirt and only counted to two for Drew McIntyre. McIntyre attacked Punk, so Punk kicked him low, costing him the match.

Video: A WWE exclusive video shows CM Punk watching the match backstage at WWE Clash at the Castle before asking referee Jessika Carr to borrow one of her shirts. That’s how he came into possession of a referee’s shirt.

Backstage Segment

Drew McIntyre furiously walks backstage. We’ll hear from him next. The mysterious video flashes on the screen. The commentators confirm that whoever this is will debut tonight.

-Commercial Break-

Locker Room Segment

A furious Chad Gable comes up to Otis, Akira Tozawa, and Maxxine Dupri. Gable demands to know why Otis put his hands on him. Otis packs his bag and says they’re done with Gable. They all walk off on Gable. Gable shouts that they’ll be nothing without him. Gable says he’ll do what Otis couldn’t do. He’ll win Money in the Bank and cash it in to become World Champion.

Drew McIntyre addresses CM Punk’s interference at WWE Clash at the Castle

Drew McIntyre makes his way to the ring, and he does not look happy. Videos show McIntyre flipping out after the match on Saturday, intimidating the referee and grabbing Corey Graves by the throat.

McIntyre stands in the ring, and a “CM Punk” chant picks up. McIntyre scratches his eye and weakly says, “CM Punk…” McIntyre is too angry to say anything else. Another “CM Punk” chant picks up. McIntyre clears his throat and says, “CM Punk…,” but he’s lost for words. McIntyre says he can’t do this anymore. McIntyre says, “Screw this company. I quit.” McIntyre walks off!

Raw General Manager Adam Pearce runs out to try to talk some sense into one of his top stars. McIntyre says, “I’m serious,” and walks past Pearce.

Another wrinkle in the story, while also letting them drag this storyline out a little more until CM Punk is cleared to compete. Drew McIntyre has quit WWE. I'm guessing he'll continue rehabbing his injuries, which probably aren't fully healed, and come back for Punk. #WWERaw

— Wrestleview.com (@wrestleview) June 18, 2024

-Commercial Break-

Replay: Moments ago, Drew McIntyre announced he has quit WWE!

During the Commercial: Paul “Triple H” Levesque cornered Drew McIntyre in the Gorilla Position to try to talk to him, but McIntyre walked off. Raw General Manager Adam Pearce chased after McIntyre, but he kept walking.

Replay: Last week on Raw, Katana Chance and Kayden Carter saved Lyra Valkyria from a beating by Damage CTRL.

Tag Team Match
Damage CTRL (Dakota Kai and Kairi Sane) vs. Kayden Carter and Katana Chance

Katana Chance starts against Dakota Kai and does some rapid offense on her. Chance holds Kai hanging over the apron, and Kayden Carter hits a splash to the floor! Carter picks up a two-count. Kai fights back and puts Carter on the apron before hitting a stomp. Kairi Sane tags in and comes off the top rope with an In-Sane Elbow Drop, but Chance breaks up the pin. Kai boots Chance down. Kai tags in. Lyra Valkyria runs down to check on Chance. Valkyria distracts Kai, and Carter hits Sane with a DDT. Kai grabs Carter, but Carter kicks her in the face. Chance tags in, and they hit Kai with the After Party for the win.

Winners by Pinfall: Kayden Carter and Katana Chance

Too quick of a tag match to even remotely care about it. #WWERaw

— Wrestleview.com (@wrestleview) June 18, 2024

Backstage Segment

Bron Breakker is preparing for his match against Sheamus, which is next.

-Commercial Break-

Replay: Seth “Freakin” Rollins returned at the start of tonight’s WWE Raw. World Heavyweight Champion Damian Priest confronted him and challenged him to a match at Money in the Bank with the title on the line. Rollins accepted.

It is official: Damian Priest will defend the World Heavyweight Championship against Seth “Freakin” Rollins at WWE Money in the Bank.

Backstage Segment

Dakota Kai is complaining about Lyra Valkyria getting involved in their match. IYO SKY is disgusted and says she’s heard enough. Damage CTRL needs to change. If they don’t, Sky will change things herself. Sky walks off as Kai and Kairi Sane look worried.

WWE Intercontinental Champion Sami Zayn is at ringside to watch this next match.

Sheamus vs. Bron Breakker

The bell rings, and they lock up before shoving each other off in a stalemate. A “Let’s go, Sheamus” chant picks up. Breakker powers Sheamus into the corner before giving a clean break. Sheamus hooks a side headlock and hits a takeover. Breakker grapevines the head, but Sheamus kips up. Sheamus wrenches the arm and applies an overhead wristlock, but Breakker quickly grabs the middle rope to get him back. They lock up and dangerously spill out of the ring. Breakker clubs and punches Sheamus at ringside. Sheamus fights back with a right hand and an uppercut that rocks Breakker. Sheamus gets Breakker in the ring and sets up for a powerslam, but Breakker slides off. Breakker hits the ropes hard and fast back and forth before hitting Sheamus with a clothesline. Breakker can run the ropes at 23 mph!

Breakker hits Sheamus with some shoulder thrusts in the corner before hitting the ropes, but Sheamus catches him with an Irish Curse Backbreaker. Sheamus connects with a rolling senton bomb before digging his knee into the spine and applying a reverse chin lock. Breakker fights up and elbows out. Breakker grabs Sheamus and slams him down with a flip. Breakker charges him in the corner, but he hits the ring post with his shoulder when Sheamus moves. Sheamus clotheslines Breakker over the top rope and goes to the apron. Sheamus comes off the apron with a diving clothesline. Sheamus puts Breakker in the ring, but Breakker snaps him off the top rope. Sheamus is stunned on the apron, so Breakker hits him with a running knee to knock him to ringside. Sheamus is leaning against the announce table. Breakker dives off the apron and clotheslines Sheamus over the announce table!

-Commercial Break-

We come back from the break to see Breakker hit Sheamus with a nasty gutbuster for a near fall. Breakker talks trash to Sheamus and shoves him. Breakker pushes Sheamus’ head. Sheamus pushes back and challenges him. Sheamus punches away at Breakker. Breakker reverses a whip, but Sheamus hits a hammer throw, followed by a clothesline. Sheamus hits a corner clothesline before scooping him up and hitting a swinging side slam for a two-count.

Sami Zayn is intently watching from ringside. Sheamus gets Breakker on his shoulders and starts to climb the ropes, but Breakker slides down. Breakker clubs away at Sheamus on the ropes, but Sheamus knocks him back. Breakker leaps up to the top rope for a Frankensteiner, but he slips and dangerously lands on the mat with Sheamus coming down on him. That was scary. Breakker pops up and pulls the straps down, but Sheamus grabs him and hits White Noise for a near fall. Zayn is on his feet at ringside. Sheamus whips Breakker to the corner, but he pops out with a clothesline on the Celtic Warrior. Breakker sizes Sheamus up in the corner and goes for a Spear, but Sheamus stuns him with a vicious knee to the face for a near fall!

Breakker rolls to the apron to recover, and the crowd knows what is coming. Sheamus grabs Breakker and hits him with the 10 Beats of the Bodhran. Breakker is down on the apron, and Sheamus has the crowd in the palm of his hand. Sheamus signals for the end by pounding on his chest. All of a sudden, Ludwig Kaiser sweeps Sheamus’ feet and slams the knee off the ring post. The referee calls for the bell.

Winner by Disqualification: Sheamus

Sheamus fights back at Kaiser by bouncing him off the ring post and sending him into the timekeeper’s area. Breakker then hits Sheamus with a Spear on the floor! WWE officials run down to keep Breakker back. Breakker walks by Zayn and stares at him before walking off.

Kaiser emerges from the timekeeper’s area and attacks Sheamus before putting his leg against the ring steps. Kaiser had worked over Sheamus’ leg in a match a few weeks back. Kaiser goes into the ring and goes out the other side. Kaiser starts charging to smash Sheamus’ knee, but Breakker charges down to ringside and ANNIHILATES Kaiser with a Spear on the floor! WOW!

Breakker is fired up. WWE officials run back to Breakker. Breakker shoves Sami Zayn, but they’re quickly separated.

BRON BREAKKER is out to DESTROY!#WWERaw pic.twitter.com/KTJOQySU2i

— WWE (@WWE) June 18, 2024

Scary moment in an otherwise good, hard-hitting match with Bron Breakker and Sheamus when they slipped on that Frankensteiner. Great post-match wildness with Breakker getting the crowd right back. He's on a hell of a run right now. #WWERaw

— Wrestleview.com (@wrestleview) June 18, 2024

Backstage Segment

“Dirty” Dominik Mysterio is backstage looking for his vest. Women’s World Champion Liv Morgan playfully calls to him. Mysterio wants his vest back. She tells him to take it off her. She unzips it a bit to help him out. Mysterio starts to slowly unzip the vest from her when World Heavyweight Champion Damian Priest walks into the frame. Priest calls at Mysterio and asks what is going on. Mysterio says he wants his vest back. Priest tells Mysterio to get his things and go to the clubhouse. Mysterio takes the vest off Morgan and walks off.

Priest tells Morgan to stop messing with Mysterio since he wants nothing to do with her. Morgan says she thinks Mysterio wants EVERYTHING to do with her. Morgan giggles and walks off. Priest says, “Oh boy. She’s loca.”

-Commercial Break-

WWE promotes WWE Speed on X.

Backstage Segment

Karrion Kross is backstage with Scarlett. Kross wishes Xavier Woods and Kofi Kingston a good evening. Two weeks ago, AOP beat the living hell out of them. Last week, New Day cost AOP the Tag Titles. Then they gave Kross a taste of his own medicine. Kross was prepared to go wild, but Scarlett convinced him not to do anything that would get him arrested. Next week, he wants to face either of them in a match. He’ll leave his crew in the back. He hopes it’s Kingston since he likes to leave Woods in the back anyway. Tick tock.

Backstage Segment

The New Day is backstage. Xavier Woods says Karrion Kross and the Final Testament came to Raw before quickly focusing on the New Day. Kofi Kingston says Kross has done nothing. He has one accolade as NXT Champion. He’s done nothing since then. Kingston says since he called out his name, he’ll accept the challenge.

Video: Replays show Bron Breakker absolutely splitting Ludwig Kaiser in half with a Spear on the floor!

CM Punk will appear on SmackDown this Friday, which takes place in Chicago.

Next week on Raw, Chad Gable, “Big” Bronson Reed, and Braun Strowman will compete in a Money in the Bank Qualifying Triple Threat Match. Shayna Baszler, Kairi Sane, and Lyra Valkyria will also compete in a Money in the Bank Qualifying Triple Threat Match.

Arena Concourse

“Main Event” Jey Uso is in the concourse with some fans. Uso says needs the W for himself and for the people. Uso is going to snatch that YEET-case and cash it in to become the new World Champion. The camera then follows him into the arena as he makes his entrance through the crowd. Uso gets a big ovation.

-Commercial Break-

Money in the Bank Qualifying Match
Triple Threat Match
“Main Event” Jey Uso vs. Finn Bálor vs. Rey Mysterio

The bell rings, and Finn Bálor rolls out of the ring, opting to let Rey Mysterio and Jey Uso go at it first. They lock up before Uso applies a side headlock. Mysterio whips him off, but Uso shoulder tackles him. Uso hits the ropes, but Mysterio wipes him out with a head-scissor takeover. Bálor tries to blindside the WWE Hall of Famer, but Mysterio arm drags him out of the ring. Uso goes after Mysterio, but he gets away and hits Bálor with a baseball slide. Mysterio gets Uso on the apron and goes for a sunset flip powerbomb to the floor, but Uso holds on. Bálor attacks Mysterio and knocks Uso down. Bálor attacks Uso, bouncing him off the apron a few times, before Mysterio hits him with a plancha.

-Commercial Break-

We come back from the break to see Bálor send Mysterio into Uso. Mysterio falls out of the ring. Bálor stomps Uso’s midsection and clubs him in the neck before applying a chin lock. Bálor has him grounded, but Uso fights up as the crowd shouts, “YEET!” Bálor quickly attacks and sends Uso out of the ring. Mysterio attacks Bálor and goes for a sunset flip, but Bálor rolls through and hits a basem*nt dropkick for a two-count. Bálor springboards off the bottom rope a few times with stomps on Mysterio. Uso attacks Bálor, but Bálor quickly cuts him off. Uso punches back at Bálor, does a little dance, and wipes him out with a big right hand. Uso superkicks him in the midsection and hits an uppercut. Uso lifts him, but Bálor hits a throat thrust. Mysterio takes Bálor out with a top rope seated senton, followed by a springboard cross-body block for a two-count. Uso charges, but Mysterio hits a crucifix pin for a two-count. Uso charges, but Mysterio pulls the top rope down to get him out of the ring. Bálor rolls Mysterio up for a near fall. Mysterio elbows him back and goes to the second rope, but Bálor cuts him off. Bálor gets Mysterio in the electric chair position. Mysterio manages to roll through and put him in position, but Bálor cuts off the 619 attempt with a diving clothesline. Uso runs in and hits Bálor with a step-up enzuigiri. Before he goes down, Bálor hits Uso with a Pele Kick.

-Commercial Break-

Back from the final break of the evening, Bálor knocks Uso off the top rope. Bálor sets up for a Coup de Grâce, but Mysterio crotches him on the top rope. Mysterio kicks Uso in the head and climbs the ropes. Mysterio hits Bálor with a super hurricanrana. Uso hits the ropes and hits Mysterio with a Spear for a near fall.

Uso heads to the top rope, but Bálor shoves him to the floor! Bálor taunts the crowd, so Mysterio hits him with a 619 to the midsection. Bálor falls out of the ring, so Mysterio hits a sliding baseball slide splash on the floor! Mysterio gets Bálor in the ring and hits him with a 619! Uso runs in, but Mysterio puts him in position and connects with a 619! Mysterio comes off the top rope and knocks Uso and Bálor into position before hitting a double 619!

Mysterio heads to the top rope, but “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio runs to ringside and pulls his father’s leg. Mysterio hits his son with a flying seated senton to the floor! JD McDonagh and Carlito attack Mysterio and send him into the steel steps. Braun Strowman runs down and chases the Judgment Day out of the arena.

In the ring, Bálor rolls Uso up, but Uso superkicks him for a two-count. Uso charges for a Spear, but Bálor kicks him in the face and hits a Sling Blade. Mysterio gets on the apron, but Bálor catches him on his shoulders. Bálor uses Mysterio to hit Uso before driving him into the turnbuckles and slamming him down. Bálor connects with a Coup de Grâce and covers, but Uso crushes Bálor with an Uso Splash for the win!

Winner by Pinfall: “Main Event” Jey Uso

“Main Event” Jey Uso is the first man to qualify for the Money in the Bank Match.

Replays are shown of what happened toward the end of this match.

The commentators promote the matches for next week’s Raw. There is still plenty of time in this show, at least five minutes.

Jey Uso is celebrating in the crowd, doing the YEET dance.

All of a sudden, the music cuts off. The lights start going out in the arena. The fireflies are out. A door is shown on the entrance ramp, reminiscent of when the late, great Bray Wyatt returned at WWE Extreme Rules in October 2022. The door bursts open, and a white light shines through before going out. A figure crawls through the doorway and cuts through the smoke, crawling like the character from “The Ring.” The figure is a female in a frightening mask. She stares at a lantern that is ominously lit. She points back.

The camera goes backstage with smoke still filling the stage. People are down on the ground, unconscious. A large figure in a bunny fright mask holds a cartoonish hammer that says, “Help!” In the Gorilla Position, sparks shoot from damaged equipment. A person is against the wall, which is covered in blood from his head being smashed against it. Braun Strowman is unconscious on the floor as well. A dreadlocked figure in a mask is shown calmly sitting on a desk amidst the carnage. Continuing backstage, we see a figure in a gas mask. Chad Gable is unconscious and bleeding from his head. We finally see Uncle Howdy standing there. Uncle Howdy walks by the man in a gas mask.

Uncle Howdy makes his way out into the arena, flanked by a cadre of terrifying characters. Uncle Howdy lifts up the lantern and poses with the people. Uncle Howdy growls, “We’re here,” and blows out the lantern.

"WE'RE HERE."

UNCLE HOWDY just arrived on #WWERaw in a shocking, spectacular moment. pic.twitter.com/kNv3mheahO

— WWE (@WWE) June 18, 2024

I mean… wow. What an iconic, violent, brutal debut for this Uncle Howdy character and his stable. I've never seen #WWE go that deep into violent imagery like that. That was about as good a debut for this group as they could come up with. I think it would make Bray Wyatt proud.…

— Wrestleview.com (@wrestleview) June 18, 2024

I'm trying not to go overboard on my expectations because, at the end of the day, it's still Bo Dallas, Nikki Cross, Erick Rowan, Joe Gacy, and Dexter Lumis, none of them known for being great in the ring (aside from Dallas), but damn… I think all bets are off with that debut.…

— Wrestleview.com (@wrestleview) June 18, 2024

It's sobering to think that Bray Wyatt is truly gone and not being allowed to create in this type of environment with Paul Levesque at the helm. Wyatt really only ever had Vince McMahon, spoiling his work. I'm very interested to see what Levesque does with this group. #WWERaw

— Wrestleview.com (@wrestleview) June 18, 2024

Even though this group of wrestlers all needed help in their own way when booked under Vince McMahon, I think WWE will accentuate their positives and book some really solid stuff. I am blown away tonight. They managed to do something not seen before in this company. #WWERaw

— Wrestleview.com (@wrestleview) June 18, 2024

A great way to top off my 16-year anniversary on this site with a true #WWERaw moment – that debut was iconic and will be long remembered. It's all in the follow-up, but I have faith this could be something very interesting. What a moment!

— Wrestleview.com (@wrestleview) June 18, 2024

What did you think of the 6/17 #WWERaw from Corpus Christi?

— Wrestleview.com (@wrestleview) June 18, 2024

Quick Match Results

— Braun Strowman def. Chad Gable
— IYO SKY def. Kiana James and Zelina Vega in a Money in the Bank Qualifying Triple Threat Match
— Carlito def. Dragon Lee
— Kayden Carter and Katana Chance def. Damage CTRL (Dakota Kai and Kairi Sane) in a Tag Team Match
— Sheamus def. Bron Breakker via DQ
— “Main Event” Jey Uso def. Finn Bálor and Rey Mysterio in a Money in the Bank Qualifying Triple Threat Match

Email – mike@wrestleview.com
X – @MikeTedescoWV

Thanks for reading, and thank you for 16 great years!

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