WWE RAW Results – June 20, 2016

WWE RAW Results – June 20, 2016

The first episode of RAW after Money In The Bank 2016 takes place at the Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix, AZ.

– RAW kicks off with footage Dean Ambrose pulling up to the arena in a cab and almost forgetting his World Heavyweight Tile belt inside.

– Ambrose comes out and cuts a promo about winning the World Heavyweight Title last night. Reigns interrupts. He tells the crowd to shut up and drink their beer when they chant “You can’t wrestle” at him. Reigns says he wants a match against Ambrose tonight, but Rollins interrupts and says he’s the one who deserves the rematch. Shane McMahon comes out to mediate, and decides that Reigns vs. Rollins will happen tonight to decide who will get the first crack at Ambrose’s World Title.

– Sami Zayn def. Kevin Owens: Owens and Zayn trade blows to open the match and they quickly take things to the outside. Sami is in control until Owens catches him in mid-air and slams him into the fan barricade. Back in the ring, Owens hits a Senton splash for a 2 count. Owens ducks a cross body splash and hits a super kick for another near-fall. The finish comes when Owens goes for a Pop Up Powerbomb, but Sami Zayn reverses into a rollup pin for the win. Owens beats him down after the match.

– After we come back from commercial, Owens and Zayn are still brawling backstage.

– John Laurinaitis is out to say he wants to run SmackDown after the brand split. He gets interrupted by Shane McMahon who sends John to the back. Enzo and Cass come out while Shane is walking off the stage and they cut a promo on John Laurinaitis.

– Enzo & Cass def. The Vaudevillains: The Vaudevillains get the upper hand over Enzo in the opening moments until Big Cass gets the hot tag and cleans house. Enzo and Cass win with the Bada Boom after a very short match.

– AJ Styles is out to address last night’s controversial victory over John Cena. He says he’s not happy that Gallows and Anderson interfered, and with that, The Club comes out to the ring. They say they were just trying to help, but AJ says they need to look him in the eyes and apologize. They apologize to him, but then AJ says they need to apologize to Cena too. Cena comes out and says he doesn’t need an apology, and he’s not happy AJ broke their contract. Gallows and Anderson apologize to Cena anyways. Cena says AJ isn’t as good as he says he is, and AJ throws it back at him. AJ tells Cena he can fight anyone in The Club tonight except for AJ. John says it doesn’t matter which he picks, because the other two will run in anyways. AJ says nobody likes Cena because he always thinks he’s right, but he’s wrong. AJ says Anderson will fight Cena one on one tonight.

– John Cena def. Karl Anderson via DQ: Cena gets in all the offence in the opening moments, and keeps looking over his shoulder for AJ and Gallows. Cena hits a side suplex and the 5 Knuckle Shuffle. He follows up with the Attitude Adjustment and covers Anderson, but AJ and Gallows hit the ring at the 2 count and beat down Cena. Gallows and Anderson hit the Magic Killer, then AJ hits the Styles Clash.

– Becky Lynch is in the back talking about Natalya turning on her, then Natalya attacks her from behind.

– Baron Corbin def. Zack Ryder: Corbin gets in all the offence in the opening minutes. Ryder comes back with a series of right hands and sends Corbin to the outside. Ryder follows up with a missile dropkick off the apron that sends Corbin into fan barricade, then back in the ring hits the Elbro Drop for a 2 count. Corbin hits a clothesline and right hand, then the End Of Days for the finish.

– They air a video of John Cena in China speaking Mandarin about their new distribution deal in the country.

– Paige gets into a confrontation with Charlotte and Dana Brooke backstage, and we have a match.

– Charlotte vs. Paige: The WWE Women’s Championship is on the line in this one. Charlotte starts off with a couple early pin attempts. After a couple minutes of offence from Charlotte, Paige comes back with a series of kicks and a knee for a 2-count. Paige hits a fallaway slam on Charlotte and tries to take things to the top rope, but Charlotte pushes her off and hits a mainsault for 2. Paige gets out of a Figure 8 attempt and hits the Rampage, but Dana Brooke breaks up the pin. Charlotte hits the Natural Slection on a distracted Paige for the win. They beat down Paige after the match until Sasha Banks comes out for the save. Sasha hits the Banks Statement on Charlotte and Paige helps her clear the ring.

– Bray Wyatt has returned. The Wyatt Family comes out and Bray starts cutting a promo about his absence, but he is very quickly interrupted by The New Day. The New Day cracks some jokes at the Wyatt Family’s expense, and Bray is not pleased that he was interrupted. Bray says he sees The New Day’s future and they will fall.

– Bob Backlund tells Darren Young that books are like dumbbells for the brain. Backlund advises Darren Young not to take advice from anyone. He says he doesn’t give advice, he gives orders, and orders Young to do 100 high-knees right now.

– Rusev vs. Titus O’Neil – No contest: After Rusev’s entrance, Titus gives an interview in the back about Rusev disrespecting his kids at Money In The Bank. Titus starts off with a right hand that lays out Rusev, and they brawl back and forth in the opening minutes. Titus takes things to the outside where they continue to go back and forth. JBL and Cole point out that the bell never rang, so this wasn’t actually a match. Rusev retreats to the back through the crowd.

– Shane McMahon is in the back talking to Chris Jericho. Jericho says Shane has it out for him, and that Shane hasn’t liked him for the last 15 years. Jericho says he deserves a shot at Dean Ambrose’s World Title. Jericho says letting Ambrose become the champion was “a stupid move by a stupid idiot.” Shane gets in Jericho’s face and says he’s in charge and Jericho is going to have to deal with him.

– Dean Ambrose is out to do commentary for Rollins vs. Reigns up next.

– Seth Rollins vs. Roman Reigns – No Contest: Reigns starts off with a shoulder tackle and an elbow. Reigns takes things to the outside and beats down Rollins around the announce table. Back in the ring, Rollins comes back with a blockbuster off the middle rope for a 2 count. Rollins hits a neck breaker and a dropkick for another 2 count. Rollins stays on the offensive until Reigns comes back with a series of right hands. The two brawl back and forth until Reigns hits a back body drop and a series of clotheslines in the corner. Rollins throws Reigns to the outside, hits a suicide dive then throws Reigns back in the ring. Reigns comes back with a power bomb for 2. Rollins goes for a springboard elbow, but Reigns catches him in mid-air with a Superman punch for another 2-count. Rollins hits a knee off the middle rope and a super kick, then goes for a frogsplash off the top, but Reigns rolls out of the way. Reigns takes Rollins to the outside where he spears Rollins across the top of the Spanish announce table. Neither man makes it back into the ring before the referee counted them out. Shane McMahon comes out and says that’s not how things are going to end. Ambrose gets on the mic and says he’ll fight both Seth and Roman on the same night, and Shane books the Triple Threat match between the three of them for Battle Ground. Roman goes to grab Ambrose by the shoulder as he’s walking away, and Ambrose gives him the Dirty Deeds, then gives one to Rollins too. Ambrose celebrates in the ring with his World Heavyweight Title as RAW goes off the air.

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