Welcome to Ringside News’ live results, highlights, winners and reactions for the June 14th, 2021 episode of WWE RAW.

Start time for tonight’s show is 8:00 PM EST. Match-by-match highlights and results from the show will take place on this very page, so you should update frequently to get the latest happenings. Feel free to leave any reactions in the comment section below.

This is the final RAW before the annual Hell In A Cell PPV and Drew McIntyre gets one heck of a warm-up match when he faces AJ Styles. We could well see the All Mighty WWE Champion getting involved in this one. RK-Bro will also be in action as they take on The New Day in their… budding rivalry.

Last week Alexa Bliss mentally tortured Shayna Baszler to end the show, and we can assume she’ll be back to haunt the Queen of Spades tonight. Of course, the biggest aspect of tonight’s show will be the debut of the returning Eva Marie. The red-headed diva was with WWE from 2013-2017 and she makes her triumphant return tonight in what we can only assume will be the main event.

That’s the preview for tonight’s RAW. Our live coverage will begin from 8PM right here. Let us know if you’re excited about any of it and remember to hit the refresh link below and enjoy the show!

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The show begins and we’re in Alexa’s Playground. She giggles and recounts what happened with Shayna Baszler last week. In light of what happened and the fact that WWE is going back on the road, Lilly has been put in timeout. Nia Jax appears and Bliss asks how Baszler is. Nia says Shayna will see her Sunday and it’s time she cut the crap. They were friends and she knows the real her. Alexa says that’s a disgusting lie, they were never friends. Nia challenges her to a match tonight. Bliss pretends to cry and apologizes, but then starts laughing and says she accepts.

We go live to the ThunderDome and the announcers mention that tonight on RAW Drew McIntyre faces AJ Styles, Rhea Ripley battles Asuka, and The New Day face-off against The New Day. Nikki Cross comes to the ring and we see replays of her recent run-ins with Ripley and Charlotte. Flair is interviewed backstage and she says Rhea is a great competitor and they’ll have the match of the night on Sunday, but Ripley lacks focus. Before that however, she needs to have her loss to Cross cleared from her record.

Charlotte Flair Vs. Nikki Cross

They lock-up and Charlotte slams Cross down and out comes Rhea Ripley. Charlotte is distracted and Cross rolls her up but the Queen kicks out. Cross is whipped into the corner and Charlotte knocks her out of the ring. Charlotte gets out of the ring and slams Nikki into the barricade, then stares at Ripley before kicking Cross in the chest. Flair gets her back inside but her attention is on the RAW Women’s Champion.

*Commercial Break*

Ripley is now sitting at ringside as Charlotte grinds Cross down with a submission. Cross fights up and catches her with a tilt-a-whirl cradle for a two-count. Charlotte chokes Cross on the middle rope and chops her in the corner. Flair sets Cross on the top rope but gets punched backwards, then Nikki grabs her for a tornado DDT and Charlotte rolls outside.

Cross goes to the apron and dives at Charlotte but gets caught. Charlotte blows Rhea a kiss before hitting a fallaway slam. Charlotte poses at ringside and stares at Ripley with her arms out… not realising that the referee’s count is building. Cross manages to roll inside and Flair doesn’t realise until the referee rings the bell!

Winner Via Count-Out: Nikki Cross

Charlotte is pissed after the match and she cuts a fleeing Nikki off with a big boot. Charlotte gets her back inside and beats on her until Ripley grabs her from behind and hits the Riptide.

Riddle is backstage talking to Jeff Hardy and asks for advice. Jeff says it’s all about teamwork, continuity and trust. Jeff tells Riddle to listen to Orton because he’s a veteran and it shows respect. Riddle rants about playing music with Jeff, Xavier Woods and Randy, then Orton shows up. Randy tells him to stop trying to be him and that he should just be himself. Riddle says that means he likes him and Orton says it doesn’t.

*Commercial Break*

John Morrison W/The Miz Vs. Jeff Hardy

John rushes Hardy in the opening but Hardy quickly forces him back into the corner and beats on him. Morrison knocks Haryd back and follows-up with a capoeira clothesline. Cedric Alexander comes out and Morrison stares at him before unloading some ground-and-pound on Jeff. Morrison whips Jeff and leap frogs him but Hardy hits a leg drop for a two-count.

Hardy gets whipped to the corner but boots Morrison down and lands a Whisper In The Wind for a near-fall. Hardy moves to the apron and drags John out with him and they struggle for control. Morrison slams Hardy into the ring, then lands Starship Pain for the win.

Winner; John Morrison

As soon as the match is over, Cedric Alexander gets on the microphone and he says he didn’t show Jeff respect last week and that’s not fair because he idolises him. But then he went and watched their match back and saw that Jeff was being disrespectful to him. He should have beaten his ass into a retirement home. Hardy grabs a microphone and says if Cedric can beat him right now, he’ll retire tonight!

*Commercial Break*

Jeff Hardy Vs. Cedric Alexander

If Hardy Loses He Retires

We return and Jeff knocks Cedric out of the ring and dropkicks him through the ropes. Hardy puts Cedric back inside but gets caught coming through the ropes with a dragon screw. Alexander goes to work on the knee with submissions and stomps. Hardy rallies and hits a rope-assisted dropkick in the orner. Hardy wants a Twist of Fate but Alexander coutners with a Michonoku driver of a near-fall.

Alexander goes up top and wants a Swanton Bomb but nobody’s home. Hardy misses Twist of Fate again and Alexander counters. Jeff avoids a handspring kick, then lands a Twist of Fate, followed by the Swanton Bomb for the win and saves his career!

Winner: Jeff Hardy

We see a video package hyping the upcoming Hell In A Cell match for the WWE Championship on Sunday.

*Commercial Break*

Eva Maries comes down with an unknown woman wearing a blue leotard, who’s on the bigger side.

Naomi Vs. Unnamed woman W/Eva Marie

The bell rings and the new girl knocks Naomi down. Naomi fights back but her blows aren’t registering. The new girl shoves her back and hits a powerslam, then a senton. Naomi is squashed by a running crossbody and smashed with a Michonoku Driver and that’s that.

Winner: Unnamed woman

After the match, Marie takes the microphone and annnounces that she was the winner of the match.

We see Mandy Rose and Dana Brooke having a photoshoot backstage. Natalya and Tamina are wrestling in a ring nearby and the noise annoys Rose and Brooke, so they tell them to stop. Nattie and Tamina tell them their priorities are wrong and that they’ll never get anywhere because they were only hired for their looks. Rose says that’s funny because it’s obvious Tamina and Natalya are only still in WWE because of their surnames. Nattie invites them into the ring and all four women brawl before being separated by officials.

*Commercial Break*

Drew McIntyre is interviewed backstage and asked about facing AJ Styles a week before a Hell In A Cell match. Drew says he wouldn’t have it any other way. Lashley meanwhile is upstairs sinking bottles of champagne. McIntyre regales us with another tale of Scottish history, this time about William Wallace and how he’s inspired by his strategies.

The New Day Vs. RK-Bro

Riddle starts with Woods and they lock-up and Xavier manages to get Riddle trapped between he and Kofi. Riddle manages to jump on him with the Bromission but Woods backs him into the corner and tags Kofi. They hit an atomic drop onto a knee, then a wristlock/double stomp. New Day continue to isolate and double-team Riddle. He tries to fight back but Woods hits an arm-drag and takes a submission.

Riddle catches a kick and drags Woods to the corner and Randy tags in. Orton and Woods lock-up and Randy takes a headlock. Woods fights up and tags Kofi for a springboard crossbody and a two-count. Kofi hits a dropkick off the middle ropes and Orton rolls outside. Riddle rushes in but Woods comes in and suplexes him outside. New Day fake dives to the outside and mock Riddle and Orton for flinching.

*Commercial Break*

Back live and Woods is battling back-and-forth with Riddle. The Bro hits a ganrly leaping knee to Woods against the ropes, then tags the Viper. Orton goes to a submission and keeps Woods down, then wrenches the arm a few times Riddle tags in and kicks the gut of Woods. Riddle looks for an armbar but Woods holds his hands and rolls him over. Orton tags in and stomps Woods over and over before taking a headlock.

Woods counters Orton and makes the tag. Kofi comes in hot with a springbaord chop, knocks Woods off the apron, and unloads on Orton. Kofi counters a back drop and hits an axe handle. Woods hits a Boom Drop and wants Trouble In Paradise but Riddle distracts him. Orton ducks the kick and tags Riddle, who lands a flurry of kicks in the corner. Riddle with a flying forearm and a Penalty Kick, then a ripcord knee. Riddle hits a Floating Bro and Randy cuts Woods off but Kofi kicks out!

*Commercial Break*

Woods superplexes Riddle and Kofi hits a frog splash for a near-fall but Orton breaks the pin. Orton tosses Woods to the apron and tries to do the same to Kofi but he winds-up on the floor. Riddle rolls-up Kofi for a near-fall, then hits a Pele kick. Woods tags in and Riddle catches him with an underhook suplex. Randy tags in and hits a powerbomb to Woods for a near-fall. Orton wants the draping DDT but Kofi holds Woods on the apron, then Xavier hits an enziguiri.

Riddle tags in and jumps onto the middle rope to try and German suplex Woods inside but Xavier slides in and gets him up on his shoulders and Kofi hits a double stomp to Riddle on the shoulders for a near-fall! Kofi comes off the top rope and Riddle catches him with a knee. Orton tags in but gets rolled-up for a two. Woods kicks Orton and attempts a rolling clothesline but gets caught with an RKO outta nowhere!

Winners: RK-Bro

Rhea Ripley is interviewed backstage and says tonight was another example of how delusional Charlotte is. Flair said she can’t focus but clearly it’s Charlotte who can’t. Rhea says she’s going to send Charlotte to the back of the line on Sunday.

*Commercail Break*

Rhea Ripley Vs. Asuka

They lock-up and Rhea overpowers Asuka but gets shot off and the Empress jumps over her and dances. Asuka rolls-up Ripley for a two-count, then boots her a few times and attempts a clothesline but Rhea doesn’t budge. Ripley headbutts Asuka and looks to Irish whip her but gets grabbed with a Black Widow submission.

Asuka transitions to a rear naked choke but Ripley jumps onto her back to crush Asuka and break the submission. Rhea lands a few short-arm clotheslines, then whips her to the corner and wants a dropkick but nobody’s home and she crashes to the outside. Asuka goes to the apron and kicks her, then looks for another but Ripley gets her up in an electric chair and slams her face-first on the barricade.

*Commercial Break*

Back live and Asuka is drilling Ripley with forearms on the mat. Asuka hits a dropkick but Ripley fires back with a double kick of her own. Rhea puts Asuka on the top rope, punches her, and wants a superplex but gets knocked off and hit with a missile dropkick. Asuka catches the Champion with a pop-up knee and a two-count, then a hip attack. Asuka hits a German suplex and a sliding knee for a two-count. Ripley catches a kick and knees Asuka a few times. Asuka misses a spinning backfist and gets caught with the Riptide!

Winner: Rhea Ripley

Charlotte blindsides Rhea as soon as the referee raises her hand. They brawl and Charlotte gets busted open but they continue to fight until they’re pulled apart by officials. They keep breaking apart and attacking each other and during the chaos Charlotte attacks Adam Pearce. Flair loses it on the ramp and keeps trying to get back in the ring but they stop it.

MVP and Lashley are backstage celebrating as usual. Kevin Patrick comes in and MVP berates him for being disrespectful. He says Lashley isn’t concerned with Drew McIntyre tonight. Lashley snatches the microphone and says that, after Sunday, McIntyre will wish he never uttered his name. Lashley vows to publicly execute Drew.

*Commercial Break*

Nia Jax Vs. Alexa Bliss

Nia rushes Bliss but eats some kicks. Alexa jumps on her back but Jax slings her off. Bliss does a weird crawl that seems to be herversion of the crab walk. Bliss attacks the knee of Jax and jumps on it, but runs into a body attack. Nia tosses Bliss across the ring and follows-up with a splash in the corner. Nia takes her down and applise a submission.

Bliss struggles free and slaps Jax before running into a clothesline. Nia looks for a leg drop but Bliss sits up to avoid it. Bliss with a kick to the head, then goes up top and stares at Jax. Reginald appears on the apron and distracts Alexa but she still manages to hit Jax with a DDT. Alexa screams before going up top and hitting Twisted Bliss. Reginald runs in and pulls her off Nia.

Winner Via Disqualifcation: Alexa Bliss

Reggie immediately regrets his decision. Bliss and Reginald mimic each other as if he’s hypnotised but then Nia comes back and Bliss runs off.

MVP is backstage with New Day and he asks if Kofi has thought of his proposal. MVP says Kofimania is long gone and there’s no-one to blame but Woods. MVP asks if Kofi’s ever even asked hwy he never got near the title picture agian, he’s just been wasting his career in tag teams. He didn’t even get pinned tonight and he still came out a loser. Kofi tells him to shut his mouth and get away from them. He’ll never say MVP is right because his success is down to his brothers. Nothing will ever change that. MVP wishes Kofi good luck for his mathc on Sunday, then sarcastically says he forgot Kofi doesn’t have one.

*Commercial Break*

Elias Vs. Jaxson Ryker

The bell rings and Elias runs across the ring and drops him with a big knee. Elias beats Ryker around the ring and catches him with a back elbow. Ryker starts firing back and hits a kitchen sink knee. Ryker gets Elias in the corner and chops him but Elias does the same back. Ryker hits a spinebuster, then tosses Elias over the ropes. Same as last week, Elias won’t get back in the ring.

Winner Via Count-Out: Jaxson Ryker

*Commercial Break*

Drew McIntyre Vs. AJ Styles W/Omos

MVP and Lashley are sitting on the stage in a makeshift V.I.P Lounge for this match. They lock-up and Drew is too strong, so AJ breaks away and forces him to the corner with a shoulder tackle. AJ chops the Scot but Drew catches him with a massive back body drop. McIntyre counters a backslide and hits a Future Shock DDT but instead of covering he turns to flip Lashley off. Omos pulls AJ from the ring and Lashley stomps down to the ring but out come The Viking Raiders and it seems this match might become a six-man.

*Commercial Break*

We’re back live and it’s still a one-on-one match but the numbers are evened. Drew and Styles are trading and AJ manages to lift and drop him on the top rope. Drew falls to the floor and Styles goes out to shove him into the ring post. Drew gets on the apron and Styles tries to suplex him inside but the big man punches him off and snaps him.

McIntyre whips him to the corner but eats a boot and AJ goes to a neck crank. McIntyre fights up and clubs AJ, then runs but Styles jumps onto him with a sleeper. McIntyre escapes and drops AJ with a big lariat. Both men get up and McIntyre lands more clotheslines and a falcon arrow for a near-fall. Styles avoids a superplex and lands an Ushigoroshi for a near-fall.

Drew dumps AJ to the outside and goes out to bring him back in but stops to punch Lashley and toss him into the barricade. McIntyre goes to the top rope and leaps off with an axe handle to Styles then kips-up. Suddenly Lashley storms the ring and beats McIntyre but the Raiders rush in to even the odds.

Winner Via Disqualification: Drew McIntyre

Lashley gets thrown from the ring and McIntyre goes out and hits an overhead suplex on the floor.

*Commercial Break*

Drew McIntyre & The Viking Raiders Vs. AJ Styles, Omos, & Bobby Lashley

And here we are. Lashley isn’t at ringside because he’s apparently changing into his gear. We start with Styles and Erik and they trade fast-paced shots and reversals. Erik knees AJ and puts him in the corner to tag Ivar… who immediately tags Erik back in so they can do a double-team body slam. Lashley comes running down and pulls McIntyre off the apron and tosses him into the barricade.

Lashley tags in and beats Erik down in the corner, then tags AJ who continues his work. The heels make a lot of tags to isolate Erik but eventually Ivar gets the tag and comes in hot against Lashley. Ivar rolls voer Lashley’s back and clobbers him but the Champion lands a spinebuster. Erik breaks up the pin, then Styles comes back but Drew takes him out, then Lashley belly-to-belly suplexes Drew. Ivar backs Lashley into the corner and Omos tags himself in to drop Ivar with a shoulder.

*Commercial Break*

Back live and Lashley is back beating on Ivar. The Viking tries to fight back but Lashley takes him down with a single leg. Lashley beats Ivar in the corner, then tags Omos for a running back elbow and he tags Styles. Ivar catches AJ with a double stomp and both men are down. Tags made to Omos and McIntyre and the big man takes his time getting in the ring.

Omos grabs Drew by the throat and McIntyre tries to kick him off and eventually does. Styles tags in and looks for the Phenomenal Forearm but Drew avoids it and hits three belly-to-bellies. Omos cheap-shots McIntyre as Lashley distracts the referee, then he drops off the apron and sends both Raiders over the barricade. Inside the ring, AJ tags Lashley and he isn’t happy. Distracted, Lashley gets caught with a Claymore!

Winners: Drew McIntyre & The Viking Raiders

That’s it for this week’s RAW, let us know what you thought of the show and we’ll see you back here tomorrow night for NXT, Friday for SmackDown, then on Sunday for Hell In A Cell! Until next time, stay safe.

Curtis Dillion

Curtis does our weekly live match-by-match coverage of WWE RAW and SmackDown for Ringside News. In addition to SmackDown, Curtis also does WWE & NXT special event coverage as well. He has been helping out at for Ringside News for many years.

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