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WWE Raw Results: June 4 2018

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The 06/04/18 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 #1306 of WWE Raw by tweeting us, @TheRumbleRamble.


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Elias opened the show to do two things: play a song and trash Seth Rollins. He was out to add a little insult to injury after smashing a guitar over Rollins’ back last week. Rollins wasn’t about to take more abuse lying down and came out to face Elias head-on.

Rollins grabbed a chair and swung at Elias, but was attacked from behind by Jinder Mahal. The Drifter helped the Maharaja beat Rollins down until Roman Reigns came out to defend his former Shield Brother.

As expected, Kurt Angle interrupted to set a tag match to take place immediately.


Elias and Jinder Mahal vs. Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns


Rollins started things off and took a good amount of punishment from both Jinder and Elias. Reigns tagged in and had a dominant few moments, but was eventually worn down by the bad guys.

When Rollins finally came back into the match, fans were ready to see Elias and Jinder get what was coming to them. He was about to deliver the Curb Stomp but was distracted by an assault on Roman at the hands of Mahal. After turning his attention back to Elias, he was unable to recover and lost to the Drift Away.

Winner: Elias and Jinder Mahal


Curt Hawkins vs. James Harden


Before the match, we were shown an assortment of tacos at ringside. Curt Hawkins explained that he had a 199 losing streak and when he won against James Harden, everyone in the arena would receive free tacos.

If Hawkins was going to beat anyone, this was his night, but just when everyone was sure they were about to get tacos, Baron Corbin sauntered to the ring and finished Harden himself, causing Hawkins to lose by disqualification.

Winner: James Harden (via DQ)


Baron Corbin, The Lone Constable


As usual, Kurt Angle was shown backstage on his phone. Baron Corbin appeared and announced that he had spoken to Stephanie McMahon. He then produced a letter stating that she had appointed him the new “constable” of Raw, entrusting him with keeping an eye on things when she couldn’t be there in person.


Natalya vs. Nia Jax


Ronda Rousey sat at the announce desk to watch her new best friend and future opponent go one on one. Natalya got in some offense here and there, but this was mostly Nia beating her up. Natalya “injured” her knee during the match, causing concern from both Jax and Rousey.

Rousey came to tend to her friend and insisted that Nia stay away while giving her the death stare. She helped Natalya back up the ramp with Nia looking on from the ring.

Winner: Nia Jax


Bobby Roode Interview


Renee Young interviewed Bobby Roode backstage regarding his first Money in the Bank ladder match. Roode said that he was confident and excited for Raw to become Glorious when he won the Universal Championship.

As for his match against Braun Strowman (taking place directly afterward), he wasn’t quite as prepared; his goal was simply to survive.


Braun Strowman vs. Bobby Roode


Bobby Roode held up for a surprising amount of time against Strowman, but after Strowman broke a ladder in half with his bare hands out of frustration, it was over.

Braun took the victory and chuckled at his latest victim before making his exit.

Winner: Braun Strowman


Kevin Owens Interview

Kevin Owens was interviewed by Charly Caruso backstage and used it to insult Finn Bálor. He said Bálor was just an “Irish myth”, too sweet didn’t even make sense, and he was going to prove to everyone why Finn doesn’t deserve all the admiration he receives when he brings The Demon King down.


The Deletors of Worlds Promo


The Deletors of Worlds came to the ring to cut a convoluted promo about being champions and what it means to be WOKEN. They asked Renee if she was woken, she said yes. Wonderful.


Tag Team Battle Royal

Titus Worldwide vs. The Ascension vs. The Revival vs. The B-Team vs. Breezango vs.
Rhyno and Slater vs. Ziggler and McIntyre


The winners of this match would go on to face Matt Hardy and Bray Wyatt for the Raw Tag Team Championships. Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre were eliminated first but stayed a few extra moments to beat down the other teams like the true bad guys they are. Titus Worldwide, The Ascension, and Breezango were thrown out in quick succession shortly after.

Rhyno eliminated The Revival, leaving himself and Heath Slater alone with the undefeated B-Team. Slater accidentally knocked his own partner from the apron, costing them the match and the title opportunity.

Winner: The B-Team


The Bobby Lashley / Sami Zayn Drama Continues…


Bobby Lashley made his way to the ring in the strangest outfit we’ve ever seen him wear and called Sami Zayn out. Sami’s music hit, but instead of coming to the stage as expected, he appeared in the crowd and made fun of Lashley’s Instagram from afar for several minutes.

This angle is going nowhere fast, but Zayn continues to pull it along the best he can.


Jinder Mahal / Roman Reigns Interviews


Jinder Mahal and Roman Reigns exchanged verbal jabs in separate but simultaneous interviews. Things escalated until Roman declared he knew where Jinder was in the building and proved it by running Mahal down.


Ember Moon, Alexa Bliss, and Sasha Banks vs. The Riott Squad


Shortly after the match began, Alexa Bliss suffered an “injury” and left her teammates to fend for themselves. Moon and Banks paid dearly for the loss of their teammate and struggled against The Riott Squad throughout the majority of the action.

Bayley ran down to save her friends and somehow got the victory for them even though she wasn’t supposed to be part of the match.

Afterward, the new constable, Baron Corbin, demanded that Angle reverse the decision, as it was clearly a violation of the rules.

Bayley was celebrating with Sasha and Ember backstage when Angle presented them with the bad news. She and Sasha were just about to bury the hatchet, too.

Winner: The Riott Squad (via DQ)


Finn Bálor vs. Kevin Owens


This was some solid back and forth action. Bálor and Owens worked hard; unfortunately, it would have taken match of the year quality to make up for the rest of the night.

Owens was out to prove that Bálor wasn’t as great as everyone thought, but when he failed to do that within the rules, he resorted to violence and was disqualified when he continued to beat Bálor down in the corner after the referee’s count. He brought a ladder into the ring and tried to climb it and, we assume, frog splash onto Bálor, but he chickened out.

Bálor was not so timid, however, and laid Owens out, climbed the ladder, and hit a Coup de Grâce from the top. With Owens down, he climbed up again and held the briefcase above his head to close the show.

Winner: Finn Bálor (via DQ)


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