WWE RAW Results (6/6/2022): Cody Rhodes Addresses Injury, The Judgement Day Adds New Member, More

Welcome to Fightful.com's live coverage & discussion for Monday Night RAW (6/6/22)!

We'll be bringing you full, fight-by-fight results of every match on the card as we're just 24-hours removed from Hell In A Cell!

Beth Phoenix To Rhea Ripley: Mother Is Back To Punish You

Preview

  • Cody Rhodes Addresses Injury
  • The Judgement Day Adds New Member
  • Alexa Bliss & Liv Morgan vs. Rhea Ripley & Doudrop
  • The Miz & Maryse Host Miz TV

Live Coverage

- After a video package highlighting the 6/5/2022 WWE Premium Live Event "Hell in A Cell" the broadcast began with Jimmy Smith, alongside Byron Saxton and Corey Graves, welcoming the audience to the transmission.

- After his Hell In A Cell match against Seth Rollins, Cody Rhodes came to the ring to address his match as well as his injured pectoral muscle. After their match, Cody revealed that he was officially done with Seth Rollins, rained with loud "Thank You Cody" chants from the crowd. After teasing that he would still work injured the next WWE Premium Live Event, "Money In The Bank", Seth Rollins came to the ring to the ring. Rollins told Rhodes that he respected him for his valiant efforts in their Hell In A Cell match, saying that his father (Dusty Rhodes) was proud of his baby boy. Both men shook hands before Rollins walked out of the ring. After Rhodes made his way to the ramp, Rollins attacked Rhodes from behind with a sledgehammer, seemingly writing him off for his injury. Rollins continued to attack Rhodes before WWE officials and referees came to the ramp to stop Rollins. Rhodes refused to leave the ring on a stretcher, walking out of the ramp on his own.

Becky Lynch vs Dana Brooke.

The match began with Lynch hitting some strikes on Brooke, but Reggie and Tozawa ran down the ring. In the middle of the match, Dana Brooke pinned Tozawa to win the 24/7 Championship, ending the match with Lynch in a No-Contest. Lynch was irate by this, demanding for the match to restart for the 24/7 Championship. Lynch demanded that if anyone got involved in the match, she will punch everyone at ringside in the mouth.

Result: No Contest

24/7 Championship Match

Dana Brooke (c) vs Becky Lynch.

Lynch hit three Beck-ploder Suplexes on Brooke before Asuka, of all people, came down the ramp to distract Lynch. Lynch hit another Beck-sploder Suplex on Brooke. Brooke got a roll-up on Lynch for a near fall, to which Lynch responded with a Lariat. Brooke hit a leaping mule kick on Lynch, followed by a cartwheel elbow-bulldog combination on Lynch for a near fall. Lynch went for another Becks-ploder Suplex, but Brooke reversed the move into a pinfall attempt to get the 1-2-3, thanks to an assist from Asuka.

Winner & Still 24/7 Champion: Dana Brooke.

- There was a video package highlighting Cena Month, revealing that John Cena will return to Raw on the 6/27/2022 edition of Monday Night Raw in Laredo, Texas.

- The Miz, alongside Maryse, hosted a new edition of Miz TV with the special guest being Riddle. The Miz stated that he is interested in the Money In The Bank Ladder Match, as he wants to be a record-breaker and become a three-time Money In The Bank holder. Maryse trashed the audience before Riddle made his way to the ring. Riddle spoke in French to Maryse. Maryse replied in French, but Riddle had no idea what Maryse said. The Miz told Riddle that Randy Orton's career was over. Riddle replied by saying that he was tired of dealing with the Bloodline, saying that he was interested in taking the WWE Undisputed Championship off the current champion, Roman Reigns. Riddle told Miz that the reason why Miz was the housekeeper and John Cena was Peacemaker was because he had no balls. Maryse replied by telling Riddle that The Miz had the biggest balls around, to which Riddle inquired to prove it. Riddle challenged The Miz to a match, but Miz denied the challenge. Ciampa attacked Riddle from behind, hitting Riddle with a running knee. After the attack, The Miz took back his words and accepted Riddle's challenge.

The Miz (w/ Maryse) vs Riddle.

The Miz continued to attack Riddle, getting him in a side headlock. Riddle started to regain offense before The miz slid out of the ring. Riddle took The Miz's pants off while he was on the apron, leaving Miz in his underwear. Riddle hit the RKO on Miz for the pinfall win.

Winner: Riddle.

The Usos (Jimmy Uso & Jey Uso) vs Street Profits (Montez Ford & Angelo Dawkins).

Dawkins slapped Jey Uso off the apron, before getting a backslide and a rolling elbow on Jimmy for a near fall. Ford and Dawkins hit a face plant on Jimmy for a near fall. The Usos hugged outside while Montez Ford got the crowd going. Jey sent Ford on the ring corner, hitting him with a series of shoulder strikes on Ford's abdomen. Ford hit a chop and a running dropkick on Jey. Ford and Dawkins hit Jey with a double-shoulder tackle, followed by a back-suplex turned Moonsault from the Street Profits for a near fall. Ford got a waste lock on Jey, followed by a German suplex. Ford clotheslined Jey out of the ring, hitting a Tope Con Giro from the stairs on Jey before the commercial break. The Usos hit a double chokeslam on Dawkins. Jey hit a leaping forearm strike on Dawkins in the ring corner for a near fall. Jey hit a series of punches on Dawkins while Dawkins was on the ground. Jey Uso slapped Angelo Dawkins for a near fall. Jimmy Uso hit the Hip Attack on Dawkins. Dawkins punched both Usos, but Jimmy Uso hit him with an Inseguri kick. Jey hit a lariat on Dawkins outside of the ring. The Usos sent Dawkins with an Irish Whip into the stairs. After the commercial break, Montez Ford tossed Jey Uso outside before hitting a Crossbody on Jey outside. Jimmy hit a Tope Suicida on Ford, but Dawkins responded immediately by hitting a Tope Con Giro on both Usos. Dawkins hit a slam on Jimmy, followed by Ford hitting a Frog Splash on Jimmy for a near fall. Jey tagged in and slammed Ford's head in the ring post and in the barricade. Ford tossed Jey Uso over the barricade before sprinting to the ring. Ford got to the ring just in time, winning the match via count-out to The Usos.

Winners (via Count-Out): Street Profits (Angelo Dawkins & Montez Ford).

- Bobby Lashley came to the ring to cut a promo, saying that putting MVP in a Hurt Lock felt good. From out of nowhere, WWE United States Champion Theory interrupted Lashley, saying that he was in his ring. Lashley challenged Theory to a match, to which Theory accepted but after he showed off his bicep. Lashley showed off his own bicep, he changed the challenge to a match for the United States Champion. After Theory denied his challenge, Theory tried to take a selfie but Lashley literally kicked Theory's ass out of the ring. Lashley told Theory to leave.

Dominik Mysterio (w/ Rey Mysterio) vs Veer Mahan.

Dominik got Mahan in a waist lock, but Mahan reversed it into a waist lock take down. Dominik got chased down by Veer, but Dominik was too fast for Mahan. Dominik hit a low drop kick on Mahan, but Mahan tossed Dominik to the barricade. Dominik hit a leg drop as soon as Mahan was entering the ring, but Mahan hit a Waist tackle on Dominik. Mahan punched Domink. Dominik tried to go for a spring rope move, but Mahan slammed Dominik into the apron. Mahan taunted Rey Mysterio before tossing Dominik into Rey. Mahan hit a big boot on Rey Mysterio before the commercial break.

Mahan went for a splash in the corner, but Dominik evaded. Mahan hit a back-elbow on Dominik. Mahan went for a corner spear, but Dominik evaded and hit the 619 on Mahan. Dominik hit a Frog Splash, but Mahan kicked out at the count of one. Dominik went for a Tornado DDT, but Mahan reversed it with a lariat. Mahan prepared Dominik for the Cervical Clutch, but Rey Mysterio hit a low-dropkick on Mahan. This attack awarded Mahan with a disqualification win.

Winner (via Disqualification): Veer Mahan.

- Judgement Day (Edge, Damian Priest, and Rhea Ripley) came to the ring to cut the promo. Ripley said that Finn Balor, Liv Morgan, and AJ Styles were delusional for thinking they can beat Judgement Day. Priest said that there are no limitations to the dominance for Judgement Day. Edge said that he was proud of Priest and Ripley with how they have grown for the time they have been in his mentorship, with the reason for their rise being that they listen. Edge introduced the newest member of Judgement Day, before none other than the former two-time NXT Champion and 1st ever Universal Champion, Finn Balor, came to the ring. Balro was revealed to be a member of Judgement Day (as originally reported by Fightful's own, Sean Ross Sapp, on Twitter replying to Robert O'Neill). Balor said that he was impress with how Judgement Day functioned as a team, saying that was the reason why he reached out to join Judgment Day. Damian Priest revealed that they were ready to end any limitations that were restrained to them, with the limits being Edge. Priest hit a Chokeslam on Edge, before Balor hit a Coup De Grace on Edge. Priest hit the Razor's Edge on Edge onto the broadcast team's table. Balor, Priest, and Ripley continued to beat down Edge. Balor choked out Edge with a chair leg. Priest hit a Con-Chair-to to Edge's head. The trio of Priest, Balor & Ripley stood tall.

Omos (w/ MVP) vs Cedric Alexander.

Alexander hit multiple strikes on Omos, but Omos reversed it into the double-handle Powerbomb for the quick pinfall win.

After the match, Kevin Egan interviewed The Dirty Dogs (Robert Roode & Dolph Ziggler). MVP interrupted the interview, but Ziggler hit a Superkick on MVP. Omos and MVP chased down The Dirty Dogs out of the arena.

Winner: Omos.

Otis (w/ Chad Gable) vs Ezekiel.

Ezekiel hit multiple strikes on Otis, but Otis hit a rolling elbow on Ezekiel. Otis hit shoulder tackles on Ezekiel's abdomen before hitting a Fall-away Suplex for a near fall. Otis went for a neck choke, but Ezekiel reversed it by tossing Otis to the turn buckle. Ezekiel hit multiple strikes on Otis before hitting a jumping knee. Ezekiel hit a Crucifix Bomb on Otis for the pinfall victory.

Winner: Ezekiel.

- After the match, Ezekiel called out Kevin Owens, requesting a rematch for the 6/13/2022 edition of Raw. Owens came down to the ring to say that, because he felt generous, he agreed to the match with the stipulation that Ezekiel needed to admit that he was Elias. Ezekiel finally admitted that he was Elias, to which Kevin Owens was elated about it. Ezekiel said that he lied to get the challenge before hitting Owens with a leaping knee strike before sliding out of the ring.

Raw Women's Championship #1 Contender's Match

Alexa Bliss vs. Liv Morgan vs. Doudrop (w/ Nikki ASH) vs. Rhea Ripley

All four wrestlers brawled before Doudrop and Ripley stared down each other. Ripley and Doudrop exchanged strikes before Ripley hit a mule kick. Bliss and Morgan took Doudrop out of the ring. They tried to double team Ripley, but Ripley shook Bliss off. Morgan hit a code breaker followed by an Elevated Knee in the corner. Ripley tossed Morgan to the ground. Ripley hit a knee strike to Bliss' abdomen before slamming Bliss in the ring corners. Ripley went for a standing suplex, but Morgan and Bliss hit a running kick-suplex combination on Ripley. Bliss went for a crossbody, but Ripley caught her. Morgan hit a missile dropkick on both Bliss and Ripley, but was caught by Doudrop afterwards with a running senton.

Doudrop slammed Bliss for a near fall. Doudrop hit a running splash on Bliss, but Morgan caught her with a Code Breaker. Morgan hit a missile Drop kick on Ripley before hitting the Tijeras on Ripley. Bliss hit a Code Red on Ripley, but Doudrop hit a running splash on Bliss before Morgan broke the pinfall attempt. Doudrop hit a Sit-ou Powerbomb on Morgan, but Bliss returned the favor and broke Doudrop's pinfall attempt. Doudrop went for a Vader Bomb, but Ripley punched Doudrop. Bliss and Morgan hit a Tower of Doom on both Ripley and Doudrop. Morgan and Bliss exchanged pinfall attempts before rolling in the inside cradle. Bliss hit a DD on Morgan. Bliss went for the Twisted Bliss Splash, but Morgan lifted her knees to block the move. Doudrop tossed Bliss out of the ring, but Morgan hit the Code breaker on Morgan. Morgan went for the STO, but Nikki ASH blocked the move. Doudrop hit a Michinoku Driver on Morgan for a near fall. Ripley hit the Riptide on Doudrop for the pinfall win. Judgement Day stood tall to end the show.

Winner: Rhea Ripley.

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