Welcome to Ringside News’ live results, highlights, winners and reactions for the June 6th, 2022 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.

Last night’s Hell In A Cell premium live event was a very good one, but the talk of the town was the main event. Cody Rhodes defeated Seth Rollins for a third time, and he did so with a horrificly torn pectoral. Cody’s injury was brutal for all to see but he battled through and stood tall to end the show. But where does he go from here? Rhodes will address his future on RAW tonight.

We know pretty much zero ahead of tonight’s RAW, but we can assume we’ll get all the fallout from Hell In A Cell: The Judgement Day overcame AJ Styles, Finn Balor and Liv Morgan; Bianca Belair retained the RAW Women’s Championship; Theory beat Mustafa Ali; and Kevin Owens defeated Ezekiel. So we can expect the build towards Money In The Bank to start tonight.

And 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!

RAW

Highlights of Hell In A Cell’s main event, in which Cody Rhodes defeated Seth Rollins despite a gruesome muscle injury, are shown to kick-off the show.

We go live to the arena in Green Bay and we see a countdown timer just below two hours, at which point The Judgement Day will reveal its newest member. Speaking of whom, Rhea Ripley will face Doudrop, Liv Morgan, and Alexa Bliss in a Fatal 4-Way later tonight. Also, The Street Profits will face The Uso’s in a Championship contender’s match.

Cody Rhodes makes his way to the ring, his right arm limp, and the fans are loving him. A loud “Cody” chant rings through the arena. Rhodes welcomes us to the show and the fans chant “thank you, Cody”. He says he saw all the comments and Tweets about his effort last night but he doesn’t believe it was anything special because it’s a privilege for him to do what he does.

Cody says tearing his pectoral tendon was certainly disappointing but he doesn’t want to dwell on that and be sad. For those who don’t know, he has a daughter by the name of Liberty. And when she’s old enough he wants her to see that he stood and fought in what could have been the absolute lowest moment of his career. He fought against one of the very best in the history of the business, Seth ‘Freakin’ Rollins.

Rhodes says the trilogy is over, the book is written, he’s officially done with Seth Rollins. And with that in mind, he wants to talk about what’s above him. Two Money In The Bank briefcases hang above the ring. Cody says the contract inside the briefcase has eluded him his entire career. He’s a little banged up but, in four weeks time, if somehow, some way, he is able to climb the ladder, grab that briefcase, and become the WWE Undisputed Universal Champion…

Seth Rollins’s music hits and he comes limping out with a stoic look on his face. Rollins says he still does not like Rhodes but, after what he did last night, he has earned his respect. The world is saying it was maybe the gutsiest performance in the history of the business and that is true. Cody is the toughest person he’s ever been in the ring with.

Seth says he might be the last person who should say this, but Dusty would be very proud of his baby boy right now. Rhodes fights tears. Rollins says Cody came out the night after WrestleMania and shook his hand, so he’s out here tonight to return the favour. They shake hands and Rollins hugs Cody, then leaves. Cody applauds him as he walks up the ramp, then leaves the ring.

Cody turns to wave to the fans on the stage… only for Rollins to run out and hits him with a sledgehammer! Rollins rips Cody’s shirt off, revealing his horribly bruised arm and chest. Officials come out but Rollins makes them back off, then stomps on Cody’s arm! Rollins pokes and prods Cody with the sledgehammer, before pressing it down on his chest.

*Commercial Break*

We return to RAW and Cody Rhodes is still on the stage surrounded by medics and officials but he refuses help and gets to his feet. The fans chant “Cody” as he refuses the stretcher and walks to the back.

Big Time Becky Lynch comes to the ring and we see highlights of her Triple Threat match from last night’s show, in which Bianca Belair overcame Lynch and Asuka to retain the RAW Women’s Championship.

Becky Lynch Vs. Dana Brooke

The bell rings and Lynch kicks Brooke in the gut, then peppers her with right hands. Akira Tozawa comes running down to the ring, followed by R-Truth, Tamina, etc. Tozawa gets in the ring and Brooke rolls him up and wins the 24/7 Championship again.

No Contest

Lynch grabs a microphone and says nobody is winning any titles in her matches except for her. So she wants the match restarted with the 24/7 Championship on the line, and says if anyone interferes she will smash their faces.

*Commercial Break*

24/7 Championship

(C) Dana Brooke Vs. Becky Lynch

Lynch kicks Brooke in the gut and hits a Bexploder. Becky kicks her in the back, then hits another Bexploder. Becky hits another Bexploder but out comes Asuka and she dances down to the ring. Brooke rolls-up a distracted Becky for a near-fall. Brooke dropkicks Becky and beats her in the corner while Asuka continues dancing.

Dana hits a handspring elbow and a bulldog for a near-fall. Brooke goes up top and looks for a Swanton Bomb but Becky avoids it. Lynch kicks Brooke in the face and wants the Manhandle Slam but Brooke rolls her up andAsuka holds her foot down so she can’t kick out!

Winner: Dana Brooke

We see a tribute video to the incredible 20-year anniversary of John Cena, and it’s announced that he will return to RAW on the June 27th episode!

*Commercial Break*

The Miz and Maryse come to the ring for an all-new episode of Miz TV. Miz welcomes us to the show and introduces his wife, then the two of them kiss. Miz says he loves that Money In The Bank is coming up soon and he knows how big of a deal that is because he’s won it twice. And if he did it a third time it would be yet another record to add to his legacy.

Maryse talks about Miz And Mrs and makes fun of Green Bay. The fans boo and Miz tells them to shut up. Riddle comes out and interrupts the it couple. Riddle introduces himself to Maryse in very broken French. Maryse responds in proper French Canadian and Riddle says “gazoontite”. Riddle shouts-out his best friend, Randy Orton.

Miz says Orton is never coming back, so Riddle will just be getting his ass kicked every week by The Bloodline. Riddle tells Miz to shut up, then says he’s tired of figting Sami Zayn and The Uso’s week-after-week. He wants to face the tribal piece of trash, and seeing as Roman thinks it’s OK to take his best friend, he’s going to take his Universal Championship.

Riddle says his best friend John Cena is coming back soon and there’s a reason why Cena is playing Peacemaker and Miz is playing stay-at-home dad. He says Maryse drags Miz around y his tiny balls, and the fans start chanting “tiny balls”. Maryse says “my husband has average size balls!” Miz is annoyed, so she says he has the biggest balls in the world and Miz stands with his legs spread. Riddle says “prove it!” and the fans start chanting “prove it!”

Maryse says Miz can kick Riddle’s ass right now if he wants but Miz says he’s in a tuxedo. Miz feigns having the match then says not tonight and goes to leave, but suddenly Tommaso Ciamap comes in from behind and drops Riddle with a knee. Ciampa leaves and Miz says, on second thought, let’s get a referee out and takes off his jacket.

*Commercial Break*

Riddle Vs. The Miz W/Maryse

We’re back live and Miz has Riddle down witha sleeper. Riddle fights up and lands a flurry of punches and kicks, then drops Miz with a Peke kick. Riddle beats Miz into the corner and hits a running forearm. Miz kicks him away and runs at him but Riddle catches him with a snap powerslam. Riddle hits the draping DDT, then wants an RKO but Miz shoves him off and rolls outside.

Riddle jumps on the apron and tires to kick Miz but Maryse pulls her husband out of the way. Riddle chases Miz around the ring and Miz gets on the apron but Riddle grabs him and rips his pants off! The fans chant “tiny balls!” as Miz gets in the ring and stomps Riddle. Miz grabs Maryse’s purse and tries to hit Riddle but the bro ducks and catches him with an RKO for the win.

Winner: Riddle

Championship Contender’s Match

The Street Profits Vs. The Uso’s

The bell rings and Dawkns knocks Jey off the apron, then rolls-up Jimmy for a near-fall. Dawkins drops Jimmy and grabs a sleeper. Ford tags in and the Profits hit a flapjack to Jimmy, who rolls out to regroup with Jey. They get back in the ring and Jey tags in. Jey kicks Ford and runs him into the buckles where he beats him down with right hands.

Dawkins tags back in and back suplexes Ford onto Jey for a near-fall. Jey rolls out and they regroup again. Back in the ring and Ford goes toe-to-toe with Jey and quickly clotheslines him out of the ring. Ford goes to the steel steps and hits a senton to Jey on the floor. Montez celebrates with fans as we head to the break.

*Commercial Break*

Jimmy and Jey are in firm control of Dawkins when we return. They make quick tags and keep him isolated from Ford. Jimmy hits a hip attack in the corner and Dawkins rolls to the apron. Jimmy trash talks him but Dawkins starts fighting back. Jimmy kicks Dawkins off the apron, then him and Jey whip Dawkins into the steel steps.

*Commercial Break*

We return and Montez Ford starts making a comeback against Jey Uso. Ford sends him to the outside and hits the Superman tope. Ford gets Jey back inside and hits a massive frog splash and pins, but Jimmy returns to break it up. Dawkins and Jimmy fight on the outside, then Jey gets Ford outside and throws him into the barricade. Jey looks for a superkick but Ford ducks and dumps him over the barricade, then dives back into the ring before the ten count!

Winners Via Count-Out: The Street Profits

The All Mighty Bobby Lashley makes his way to the ring. Lashley defeated both Omos and MVP in a handicap match at last night’s Hell In A Cell.

*Commercial Break*

Bobby Lashley is in the ring and he says it felt damn good, after all this time, to get his hands on MVP. And now that he has them in his rear view, he’s wondering what’s next. Lashley looks up at the Money In The Bank briefcase but Theory’s music hits and he comes down the ramp. Theory says he doesn’t know who allowed Lashley to come out here during his time.

Theory says Lashley got helped last night, otherwise he wouldn’t have won. Theory says he won his match fair and square, so how about Lashley get the Hell out of his ring? But first, a selfie. Lashley tells Theory this is his ring and says they could settle this like men. Theory shows Lashley his bicep, and Lashley shows his – not as big a difference as you’d think.

Lashley says if Theory is so confident, how about he put the U.S Championship on the line. Theory says he doesn’t deserve it. Sure he’s beaten Brock Lesnar, Drew McIntyre, and Randy Orton, but he’s never beaten Mr. McMahon’s protege. Theory laughs in his face and turns to take a selfie but Lashley boots him out of the ring.

*Commercial Break*

Veer Mahan Vs. Dominik W/Rey Mysterio

The match starts and Dominik tries to use his speed to steer clear of Veer and he runs around the ring a few times. Veer gets on the apron and Dominik dropkicks his knees. Dominik goes out and throws some hands but Veer throws him and he lands on the apron. Dominik kicks Veer back, then gets in the ring and waits for him to slide in so he can hit a leg drop.

Dominik hits the ropes but Veer catches him with a body attack. Veer taunts Rey as he stomps Dominik. Veer lifts Dominik and clubs him back down. Veer gets Dominik on his shoulders but Dom grabs the ropes and drags himself to the apron. Veer clobbers Dominik and he falls to the floor. Rey checks on Dominik but Veer comes out and throws him into Rey! Veer boots Rey in the chest, then poses.

*Commercial Break*

Back live and Veer is still beating Dominik around the ring. Dom avoids a splash in the corner, then catches Veer with a drop toe hold and he hits the buckles. Dominik eats a few elbows but avoids Veer again and he crashes into the ring post. Dominik htis a 619 to Veer against the ring post, then goes up top and hits a frog splash but Veer kicks out at one! Veer slams Dominik, then readies for the Cervical Clutch but Rey rushes in and attacks him!

Winner Via Disqualifcation: Veer Mahan

The Judgement Day make their way to the ring where they will induct a new member into their ranks.

*Commercial Break*

Damian Priest tells the WWE Universe to rise for The Judgement Day. Rhea Ripley says control is an illusion that led AJ Styles, Finn Baor, and Liv Morgan to thinking they would succeed at Hell In A Cell. The Judgement Day was always destined for victory. They cannot be contained and their message is spreading like wildfire. Their destiny knows no bounds.

Priest says Ripley’s destiny is to become the RAW Women’s Champion again. Tonight she will win her Fatal 4-Way, then go on to beat Bianca Belair at Money In The Bank. Edge tells the fans, who are chanting “what?” that he’s been doing this for thirty years so they can shut their drooling mouths. Edge says he wants to say how proud he is of his disciples.

Edge says Rhea Ripley is a wrecking machine and Priest is a man oozing confidence. And why? Because they have listened to him. And someone else has been listening. And so, it’s time for him to introduce the newest member of The Judgement Day… Finn Balor. The Irishman walks down to the ring and shakes Edge’s ahnd.

Edge says he saw something change in Balor’s eyes last night. And when Ripley and Priest told him that he’d reached out about joining, he was ecstatic. He truly believes that Balor is one of the very best wrestlers on the planet, so how did he come to this decision? Balor says Edge did see the look in his eyes. He heard the calling and he could ignore it no longer. He finally knows who he is.

He saw Priest fight with more conviction than ever before, and Ripley shielded Edge when he had him beat and he should have been angry but he was in awe. He reached out to them after the show and he realised they ahve a lot in common. Like being tired of being told what to do. Priest says Edge is one of the greatest competitors of all-time, and that’s what makes it so easy to follow him in this journey.

Priest says Edge has told them to get rid of anything holding them back and they are ready to shed the last limitation they have… which is Edge! Priest punches Edge, then Priest, Ripley and Balor start battering him! Priest chokeslams Edge, then he and Rhea drags him over so Balor can hit a Coup de Grace. Priest, Balor and Ripley pose but Edge starts fighting back until they beat him out of the ring.

Priest lifts Edge up and crucifix powerbombs him through the announce desk! And they stilll aren’t done. Balor gets on top of Edge and pummels him with right hands. Balor gets Edge back in the ring and Ripley brings some chairs in with her. Rhea breaks a piece of the chair off and Balor applies a crossface with it. Then Edge’s head is laid on a chair and officials rush down but Ripley holds them at bay as Priest hits a con-chair-to. The new Judgement Day pose together.

*Commercial Break*

Cedric Alexander Vs. Omos W/MVP

The bell rings and Alexander attacks but Omos immediately hits a choke bomb and pins him.

Winner: Omos

The Dirty Dawgz make their return to RAW as Omos is celebrating his win. The Dawgz join Kevin Patrick on the interview platform but before they can speak, MVP jumps on beside them and says they can’t interrupt Omos like that. Dolph superkicks MVP and he falls off the stage onto Omos. The Dawgz run off.

*Commercial Break*

Ezekiel Vs. Otis W/Chad Gable

The match begins and Otis rolls under Ezekiel and hits a body attack. Otis slams him into the buckles and taks trash before shouldering him a few times. Otis hits a massive fallaway slam, then goes to a chinlock. Zeke slings Otis into the turnbuckles, then peppers him with right hands, chops, and kicks. Ezekiel hits two shoulder tackles but Otis doesn’t go down. He then counters the big man and hits a leaping knee. Ezekiel swings around the back of Otis and htis a crucifix pin for the win!

Winner: Ezekiel

After the match Ezekiel addresses Kevin Owens. He says he lost the biggest match of his career last night but he learned from his big brother that everyone deserves a second chance, so he wants a rematch next week.

Kevin Owens comes out and he asks why he would do that when he already beat Ezekiel? He says he’s in such a good mood that he’s feeling generous. Ezekiel can have his rematch… so long as he admits that he is Elias right now. Ezekiel says “you got me, I admit it”. Owens pushes him further and deands he asy exactly what he means. Ezekiel says “I admit, my name is Elias.” Owens loses it and screams that he was right.

Ezekiel asks if he has his rematch and Owens says for sure. Ezekiel says he didn’t think it would be that easy. He knew Owens is stupid but he can’t believe he’s that dumb. He took a page from Owens’s own book, he lied, his name is Ezekiel! Owens runs at him but Ezekiel drops him with a knee and runs away before Gable and Otis can get in the ring.

*Commercial Break*

Championship Contender Fatal 4-Way

Alexa Bliss Vs. Rhea Ripley Vs. Liv Morgan Vs. Doudrop W/Nikki A.S.H

The bell rings and Ripley goes toe-to-toe with Morgan, while Doudrop and Bliss trade. Rhea knocks Liv from the ring with a headbutt and Doudrop sends Alexa to the outside. The two big women in the match come face-to-face and start throwing hands. Doudrop gets Ripley on her shoulder but Ripley slides off and knocks her to the ropes where Bliss and Morgan drag her from the ring.

Doudrop is run into the apron, then Liv and Alexa come in and try to double-team Ripley. Rhea boots Alexa in the chest and catches Liv jumping at her to hit a lariat. Bianca Belair is watching from ringside and she looks impressed by Ripley. Bliss chops Rhea down to one knee and talks trash, but Ripley grabs her by the face and takes her down.

Ripley runs Alexa into the buckles, then the opposite corner and tells her she should join The Judgement Day. Ripley stomps Bliss down in the corner and smiles. Bliss tries to fight back but gets battered with forearms and stood on. Ripley lifts Alexa for a stalling suplex but Liv returns and kicks her in the gut. Morgan dropkicks Rhea and Bliss DDT’s her.

Ripley rolls outside and Bliss jumps onto her but gets caught, only for Liv to come off the apron with a dropkick to both women. Morgan is lying on the outside when Doudrop comes along and hits a senton. Doudrop is the only woman standing as we head to the break.

*Commercial Break*

Back live and Doudrop is beating Alexa in the ring. Doudorp applies a submission but Alexa fights up with some elbows to the gut, only to get put back down with a lariat. Morgan returns and knocks Doudrop to the corner, but Ripley then comes in and cuts her off. Liv and Rhea trade blows in the corner but Liv kicks Rhea backwards and hits a hurricanrana.

Bliss then scales the ropes and hits a sunset bomb to Ripley, only for Doudrop to splash her for a near-fall. Doudrop hits a body attack to Liv, then powerbombs her but Bliss breaks the pinfall. Doudrop climbs the ropes but Ripley climbs up with her and forearms her. Doudrop grabs Rhea for a superplex but Bliss and Morgan grab hold for a Tower of Doom.

Bliss and Morgan are the two left and they exchange quick small package attempts and wind-up rolling around the ring in circles. Bliss catches Liv with a DDT, then goes up top and looks for Twisted Bliss but Morgan gets her knees up. Doudrop comes in and tosses Bliss out, but Morgan hits her with a springboard Codebreaker.

Nikki saves Doudrop from Oblivion, but Bliss then drops Nikki on the outside. Morgan jumps at Doudrop but gets caught with a Michinoku Driver. Doudrop pins but Ripley rushes in and dropkicks Doudrop to break it up. Ripley and Doudrop go back-and-forth for a minute, then Rhea hits the Riptide to Doudrop for the win!

Winner: Rhea Ripley

Rhea Ripley is now the number one contender, and she will face Bianca Belair at Money In The Bank for the RAW Women’s Championship. Rhea stares at Belair at ringside, then The Judgement Day’s music hits and Priest and Balor appear at Ripley’s side.

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. 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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