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WWE Raw Results: June 11 2018

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The 06/11/18 episode of WWE Monday Night Raw just wrapped up. We’ve got the match results and our overall thoughts on the show for you to check out below. Let us know what you thought about episode #1307 of WWE Raw by tweeting us, @TheRumbleRamble.


Everyone on the Ladders


The show kicked off with the Raw-only members of both the men’s and women’s Money in the Bank matches posing on ladders in the ring. Kurt Angle came to the stage to hype the upcoming pay-per-view. To make sure everything went to plan, Baron Corbin followed (sans hair) to remind everyone that he was the constable of Raw.

Everyone in the ring chimed in at this point, throwing shade at each other from their respective ladders. The discussion devolved into a heated argument until Braun Strowman announced that the conversation was over, the only thing that mattered was that on Sunday, somebody was going to get those hands.


Alexa Bliss vs. Natalya vs. Sasha Banks vs. Ember Moon


The ladies previously on the ladders fought it out to give us a preview of their match on Sunday. All four of them worked extremely hard, which felt a little silly considering they’re all in a physically demanding match in less than a week, but it was certainly entertaining.

This was must-see action and, overlooking the awkward ladder-top discussion earlier, an awesome way to start the go home Raw.

Winner: Natalya


Bálor and Owens Backstage


Kevin Owens approached Finn Bálor backstage and offered an olive branch (by attempting to give him a literal bowl of olives). Bálor saw straight through it, knowing with Owens, there was sure to be an ulterior motive. Owens confessed that he came to Finn to propose that everyone in the men’s Fatal 4-Way taking place later in the evening team up to bring down The Monster, Braun Strowman.


Breezango vs. Drew McIntyre and Dolph Ziggler


Drew McIntyre and Dolph Ziggler continued to dominate in this bout against the Fashion Police. Breeze and Fandango got in a small amount of offense, but it was mostly Dolph and Drew beating them down.

After the match, Ziggler and McIntyre grabbed mics and put the rest of the division on notice: they would be coming for each and every one of them.

Winner: Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre


Roman Reigns vs. Jinder Mahal


Jinder Mahal made his entrance first, taking the opportunity to cut a promo about proving to everyone that Roman Reigns isn’t as great as he thinks he is. Roman came to the ring ready to fight Jinder, but Mahal announced that the match wouldn’t actually be against him, it would be against his toady, Sunil Singh.

In full business attire, Sunil prepared for his match against The Big Dog, but Roman got the better of both him and Jinder with a punch for each of them. One spear and the match was won, but before Reigns could celebrate, Jinder attacked him from behind with a Khallas and dragged Sunil back up the ramp.

Winner: Roman Reigns


The B-Team vs. Heath Slater and Rhyno


McIntyre and Ziggler might meet their match, as The B-Team gained yet another victory. But first, the tag team champions will find out what they’re made of. The Deletors of Worlds interrupted the celebration to congratulate/threaten Axel and Dallas, first on the tron, then in person. Wyatt and Hardy promised to eat and then delete them.

Winner: The B-Team


The Drifter, The Architect, and The Guitar


Elias sat in the ring with his guitar, insulting the good citizens of Little Rock. He got in a whole song this time, throwing verbal jabs at Seth Rollins the entire time. He then brought out a new guitar, airbrushed with the Intercontinental Title, and claimed that it was a gift from John Mayer.

The true IC Champ, Seth Rollins, ran down to attack Elias, but The Drifter made his getaway before any real damage could be done. Unfortunately, he didn’t consider his beautiful airbrushed baby when he fled from The Architect, who promptly Curb Stomped it.


Owens and Roode Backstage


Continuing his campaign against Braun Strowman, Kevin Owens presented his idea to Bobby Roode. Neither Roode nor Bálor agreed or disagreed with the plan, but Owens did his best to plant the seeds.


Bayley vs. Ruby Riott


The Riott Squad caused some mayhem backstage on their way to the ring, throwing things and cutting neckties. Once things got started, Bayley got a surprising amount of offense, especially considering Ruby had Liv and Sarah at ringside.

The momentum eventually shifted in favor of Riott, who got to work wearing down The Huggable One. Bayley didn’t go down easily, but the numbers game got the best of her and she lost after a distraction from Liv and Sarah. To add insult to injury, the Riott Squad drew on Bayley with black lipstick before making their exit.

Winner: Ruby Riott


Ronda Rousey and Nia Jax Face-to-Face


Jonathan Coachman mediated a face-to-face meetup between Nia Jax and Ronda Rousey. Nia said that although Ronda’s debut performance was impressive, it was a much easier task than their upcoming title match would be. Ronda came back with her UFC accolades, then things got physical. Jax took the first swing but tapped out to Rousey in the end.


No Way Jose vs. Curt Hawkins


In another attempt to break his 200-match losing streak, Curt Hawkins took on No Way Jose. He tried to boost his odds by disguising himself as a member of Jose’s conga line and ambushing him, but the sneak attack didn’t work; he lost to Jose in about 10 seconds.

Winner: No Way Jose


Sami Zayn and Bobby Lashley Do An Obstacle Course


Sami said that he didn’t believe Bobby used to be in the military, and the only way to prove it was to beat him in an obstacle course, obviously. Lashley completed the course at an impressive speed, but it didn’t matter, because Sami wasn’t taking any chances and attacked Bobby the moment he was finished.


Braun Strowman vs. Bobby Roode vs. Finn Bálor vs. Kevin Owens


Roode, Owens, and Bálor were shown backstage arguing over strategies when Braun suggested that they all team up against him, screamed, and walked away.

At Owens’ and Strowman’s suggestions, everyone teamed up against Braun from the start. This proved ineffective, as Braun bulldozed through all three of his opponents easily. At one point, Owens tried to escape to the backstage area, but Braun chased him down and threw him back into the arena.

After Bálor, Roode, and Owens took a beating for several minutes, they got on the same page long enough to put Braun through a table via an Owens frog splash from the top of a ladder. Bálor and Roode went one-on-one while Strowman and Owens were incapacitated, wearing each other down until Braun came back and destroyed everyone, including Kevin Owens, who had come back to pick the bones. All four men then beat the hell out of each other, each getting a near-fall until Braun got the pin after powerslamming Kevin into a ladder.

Winner: Braun Strowman


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