Connect with us

Entertainment

WWE RAW Results Coverage, Reactions and Highlights for June 10, 2024

Published

on

It’s Monday night, and you know what that means! The WWE Clash At The Castle go-home episode of RAW will go down tonight, and Ringside News has got you covered with live play-by-play results coverage for the June 10, 2024 episode.

The start time for WWE RAW is 8:00 PM EST. Match-by-match highlights and results from the show will take place on this very page. Feel free to leave any reactions in the comment section below.

WWE RAW Lineup (6/10/2024):

  • Singles Match: Lyra Valkyria vs. Damage CTRL’s IYO SKY
  • Singles Match: WWE Intercontinental Champion Sami Zayn vs. Alpha Academy’s Otis
  • Singles Match: Bron Breakker vs. “The Mad Dragon” Ilja Dragunov

WWE RAW Results (6/10/2024):

The show opens up with a shot of fans applauding and then we go inside the venue. We are then welcomed to the show by Michael Cole and Pat McAfee. We then see the arrivals of Bron Breakker, Ilja Dragunov, Damage CTRL and Lyra Valkyria.

Samantha Irvin then introduces “The Scottish Warrior” Drew McIntyre and McIntyre makes his way down to the ring.

Fans start to chant for CM Punk and McIntyre says he is not focused on anything else aside from winning the World Heavyweight Championship from Damian Priest. McIntyre then says he would be excited if not for the fact that wherever Priest goes, the rest of Judgment Day isn’t far behind.

WWE World Heavyweight Champion Damian Priest’s music hits and he makes his way down to the ring alongside Finn Bálor and JD McDonagh. Priest says McIntyre has already secured a World Heavyweight Championship Match, but he’s still making excuses. Priest then says while last week McIntyre said he made it personal, McIntyre just made things personal. Priest then says he doesn’t need to be worried about the entirety of Judgment Day, but just about him. Priest then says he’ll put McIntyre down in front of his people at WWE Clash at the Castle this Saturday and he doesn’t need anyone else to prove why he’s the World Heavyweight Champion. McIntyre then says he doesn’t care what Priest thinks and the title will be his on Saturday. Priest then says McIntyre is still passing blame, then challenges him to face Finn Bálor later tonight. Priest then says should McIntyre win, then Judgment Day will be banned from ringside at Clash at the Castle but if Balor wins, then Judgment Day will be at ringside. McIntyre then agrees and says he hopes Priest is man enough to show up next Monday after he embarrasses and humiliates him at Clash at the Castle.

We then get a recap of what happened last week between WWE Women’s World Champion Liv Morgan and The Judgment Day’s Dominik Mysterio.

We then head to the back and see WWE Women’s World Champion Liv Morgan hanging out in The Judgment Day’s clubhouse as Dominik Mysterio walks in. Morgan laughs when Dominik enters the room and says no repeatedly. Morgan then says she knows that Dominik is supposed to hate her right now, but she would really like to see him again. Dominik then says he didn’t want anything to do with her. Morgan then says a gorgeous man like Dominik shouldn’t be with a woman who makes him call her Mami, he should be with a woman who isn’t afraid to call him daddy. Morgan then gives Dominik a key card to her hotel room and says she’ll be there.

WWE Hall of Famer Rey Mysterio, Dragon Lee, Braun Strowman and Zelina Vega were then shown talking backstage while Michael Cole reveals that the men would face Dominik Mysterio, JD McDonagh and Carlito later in the show.

We then get the entrances of the first match of the night, which is a Singles Match.

Singles Match: Lyra Valkyria vs. Damage CTRL’s IYO SKY

The match starts off with SKY charging at Valkyria in the corner. Valkyria then moves out of the way and delivers some stomps on SKY in the corner. SKY then responds with a series of strikes to Valkyria, then sends Valkyria into the corner. Valkyria then hits a drop toe hold and a dropkick on SKY, then follows it up with a Northern Lights Suplex. SKY then slaps Valkyria, but Valkyria responds with a series of right hands, left hands and knees. Valkyria then locks in a submission on SKY and transitions into a pin, but SKY kicks out. Valkyria then hits SKY with an enzuigiri and looks to hit a dropkick on her through the middle rope, but SKY catches it. SKY then sends Valkyria crashing into the ring apron and follows it up with a springboard moonsault.

Valkyria then hits a springboard crossbody on SKY before delivering a couple of clotheslines and a dropkick off the top rope. Valkyria then hits a Fisherman’s suplex on SKY, but SKY responds with some elbows on Valkyria’s spine. SKY then sends Valkyria into the middle turnbuckle face first and hits her with a backbreaker, then steps over her and climbs to the top. SKY then looks to hit the Over The Moonsault, but Valkyria moves out of the way. Valkyria then gets SKY up on her shoulders, but SKY escapes and looks to roll up Valkyria. Valkyria then sits down into a pin, but SKY kicks out. SKY then hits a double stomp on Valkyria, then sends her crashing into the middle rope. Valkyria then gets SKY on her shoulders and hits with Nightwing, then goes for a pin. Dakota Kai then breaks the fall from the outside while the referee isn’t looking and Valkyria blasts her and Kairi Sane on the outside. Valkyria then climbs to the top, but SKY trips her. SKY then hits a meteora and looks to hit the Over the Moonsault, but Valkyria moves out of the way. Valkyria then sets up for Nightwing, but SKY manages to pin Valkyria for the win.

The winner of the Singles Match, Damage CTRL’s IYO SKY!

After the match, Sane and Kai attack Valkyria and join SKY on the ramp. SKY then returns to the ring and delivers some right hands on Valkyria, then hits a stomps on her. Kayden Carter and Katana Chance’s music then hits and they run down to the ring to even the odds.

Dominik Mysterio was then shown seated in the Judgment Day’s clubhouse while the image of Rhea Ripley was on a wall poster. Finn Bálor, JD McDonagh and Carlito then enters the room and asks if Dominik was okay. Dominik says he told Morgan to leave him alone, but she left her hotel room key. Carlito then says that’s cool.

WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions “The EST Of WWE” Bianca Belair and Jade Cargill were then shown walking backstage.

We then head to the back and we see The Miz looking for R-Truth and asks Sami Zayn if he had seen him. The Miz was stressed out and says not good things happen when Truth is left on his own. The Miz then heads off in search of Truth. We then see WWE Intercontinental Champion Sami Zayn check on Maxxine Dupri and Akira Tozawa after what happened between the three of them, Chad Gable and Otis last week. Zayn then apologizes to Dupri for everything they’re going through with Gable before Otis walks in and apologizes to Zayn for attacking him last week per the orders of Gable. Zayn then accepts his apology and asks Otis why he’s sticking with Gable. Otis says he had it all at one time with the Men’s Money In The Bank briefcase, Mandy Rose and Tucker, but he lost it all. Zayn then tells Otis that despite what Gable tells him, he isn’t nothing. Zayn then asks Otis if he knows how special he can be and tells him he hopes he can see that one day.

We then see WWE World Heavyweight Champion Damian Priest enter the Judgment Day’s clubhouse and mention that Dominik wasn’t with them during the opening segment. Priest then brings up the hotel room key. Bálor says Morgan was just trying to plant seeds and distract them. Bálor then says no one had touched the hotel room card, which Priest pointed out was no longer on the table.

Ludwig Kaiser then cuts a promo. Kaiser says he is well aware that people think he’s GUNTHER’s mouthpiece. Kaiser then says he didn’t beat Sheamus by talking last week. Kaiser then says he will not be taken lightly. Kaiser then says he belongs at the top and anyone who dares to step in his way will be eliminated. Kaiser then says the rise of the tiger has begun and soon fans will call him Mr. Money in the Bank.

We then get the entrances of the next match, which is a 6-Man Tag Team Match.

6-Man Tag Team Match: LWO (WWE Hall of Famer Rey Mysterio and Dragon Lee) and Braun Strowman vs. The Judgment Day (Dominik Mysterio and JD McDonagh) and Carlito

The match starts off with Strowman and McDonagh. McDonagh jumps out of the ring right away. Carlito then blasts Strowman from behind, but Strowman sends Carlito across the ring. Dominik and Rey then tag in, but Dominik immediately tags out to McDonagh. Rey then hits a hurricanrana on McDonagh, then sends McDonagh crashing into the top turnbuckle face first. Lee then tags in and hits a suplex on McDonagh, then follows it up with a back elbow. Dominik then trips Lee while the referee is distracted, then tags in and delivers some stomps on Lee. Rey then makes the tag in and Lee hits a German suplex on Dominik. Rey then hits a senton off the top rope on Dominik, then double teams Dominik with Lee. McDonagh then gets in the ring, but he is sent outside the ring to join Dominik. Rey then looks to fly to land on Dominik and McDonagh, but Lee goes to hit a baseball slide. Dominik and McDonagh then use Rey to nail Lee.

Rey was then isolated by the heels and eventually hits Dominik with an enzuigiri and then sends McDonagh to the floor. Rey was about to tag Strowman, but Dominik and McDonagh pulls Strowman off the apron while Carlito goes after Rey. Rey then avoids Carlito charging him in the corner and hits the ring post before he tumbles to the floor. McDonagh then tags in and was hit with a DDT. Rey then makes the tag to Lee, who works over Carlito. Lee then goes up top, but was cut off by Carlito, who was tied up in a tree of woe after Lee stopped his superplex attempt. Lee then hit Carlito with a double stop and covers him, but McDonagh breaks up the pin. Liv Morgan then shows up on the apron. Dominik then goes to the floor and tells Morgan she wasn’t supposed to be there. Zelina Vega then dropkicks Morgan, who falls on top of Dominik. Vega then goes after Morgan and they fight on the floor. Strowman then gets the tag and runs over all three opponents with shoulder blocks on the floor. Strowman then sends Carlito inside the ring and hits him with a running powerslam. Lee then tags in and climbs onto the shoulders of Strowman and then jumps off to hit a splash on Carlito for the win.

The winners of the 6-Man Tag Team Match, LWO (WWE Hall of Famer Rey Mysterio and Dragon Lee) and Braun Strowman!

We then get a video package featuring “The Mad Dragon” Ilja Dragunov, who says Bron Breakker is the golden child. Dragunov then says he will make Breakker suffer. Dragunov then says the only escape will be when he’s done breaking Bron.

We then head to the back, where Ricochet tells Dragunov that he knows what he’s capable of and knew he will show Breakker what he’s all about. Dragunov then says he will slay the monster rather than letting the monster slay the dragon. Dragunov then says he and Ricochet could have another round once he was finished with Breakker. Ricochet then says Dragunov read his mind and he will have his back.

WWE Intercontinental Champion Sami Zayn was then shown walking backstage while Michael Cole hyped his match with Otis.

We then head to the back and we see IYO SKY scream and hold her head as Dakota Kai and Kairi Sane watch her and try to get her attention as they are unsure of what to do.

WWE Intercontinental Champion Sami Zayn then makes his way down to the ring to address the WWE Universe.

Sami Zayn starts off by thanking fans for their support and says it’s been a messed up couple of weeks. Zayn then says he’s five days out from defending the Intercontinental Championship at Clash at the Castle against Chad Gable, but he doesn’t know what to call his rivalry against Gable. Zayn then says rather than run down every awful thing Gable has done to the rest of Alpha Academy, he will retain his title and take him down once and for all. Zayn then says it’s time to go to work and going to work for him is defending the Intercontinental Championship.

Alpha Academy’s music then hits and Chad Gable, Maxxine Dupri, Otis and Akira Tozawa make their way down to the ring. Gable says it’s typical for Zayn to try and make himself look sympathetic, then accuses him of being manipulative. Gable then says the rest of Alpha Academy trusts his teachings and the stable is quite happy. Gable then says they’ll be even happier when Gable becomes intercontinental Champion on Saturday. Zayn then asks Gable if he really thinks Dupri, Tozawa and Otis are happy. Zayn then tells Gable to turn around to face them and asks the three of them if they’re happy. Zayn then tells Dupri, Tozawa and Otis that Gable doesn’t care if they’re happy, but the fans do. Zayn then says the three of them won’t be happy until they leave Gable and Gable tells Zayn to quiet down. Gable then says Zayn doesn’t understand Alpha Academy is family and families stick together. Gable then says the four of them will stand together at Clash at the Castle and he will unleash the most brutal version of Otis he’s ever seen as he makes it clear to Otis to listen to him.

The next match of the night is underway and it is a Singles Match.

Singles Match: WWE Intercontinental Champion Sami Zayn vs. Alpha Academy’s Otis

The match starts off with Otis delivering some left and right hands on Zayn in the corner, then looks to hit a splash as Gable yells at him from outside the ring. Zayn then moves out of the way and Otis hits a splash after going for a second one. Gable then jumps up on the apron and strategizes with Otis, but Otis turns around and gets hit with a Helluva Kick from Zayn for the win.

The winner of the Singles Match, WWE Intercontinental Champion Sami Zayn!

After the match, an enraged Gable delivers some right hands on Zayn. Gable then demands Dupri and Tozawa to get out of the ring, then holds up Zayn and tells Otis to take a shot at him. Otis hesitates and Gable drops Zayn. Gable then gets in Otis’ face and slaps him twice. Otis then gets fired up and hits a clothesline on Zayn in the corner. Otis then hits the World’s Strongest Slam on Zayn as a pleased Gable watches on. Otis then gets in Gable’s face and tears off his shirt as Gable begs Otis not to do anything. Otis then considers nailing him, but opts not to and makes his way to the back.

We then head to the back, where The Miz continued his search for R-Truth. Miz then spotted Sonya Deville speaking with Natalya. Deville then pointed Miz in the direction of Truth, who emerged from a nearby room. Truth says they have a title match against The APA later in the show according to a fortune teller. Scarlett then shows up and tells Truth that it was a pleasure reading his fortune. Scarlett then handed Miz the death tarot card and says AOP looks forward to seeing them in the ring tonight.

WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Jade Cargill and “The EST Of WWE” Bianca Belair then make their way down to the ring to watch the next match of the night.

Michael Cole then announces that Undisputed WWE Champion “The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes will appear on Tuesday’s NXT. Cole then congratulates Kelani Jordan on becoming the first-ever NXT Women’s North American Champion while footage of her ladder match win was shown.

We then get a video package recapping “Main Event” Jey Uso’s promo from last week’s RAW.

Shayna Baszler and Zoey Stark then made their way down to the ring for the next match. We then head to the back, where Cathy Kelley is interviewing Alba Fyre and Isla Dawn. Fyre speaks about competing in their home country on Saturday and Dawn says tonight is just as taste of what will happen on Saturday when they win the tag titles. Fyre and Dawn then make their way down to the ring. Michael Cole then notes that Baszler competed in an NXT Underground Match on Sunday and questions whether it would be an issue in this match. Cole then notes that Lola Vice knocked Baszler out and also did damage to her knee.

The next match of the night is now underway, which is a Tag Team Match.

Tag Team Match: Shayna Baszler and Zoey Stark vs. The Unholy Union (Alba Fyre and Isla Dawn)

The match starts off with Stark and Dawn. Dawn hits a dropkick on Baszler’s leg. Dawn then sends Stark crashing into adjacent corners, then tags in Fyre. Fyre then wears down Stark, then tags Dawn back in. Dawn then hits a knee on Stark and looks to tag in Baszler. Baszler is still down on the outside and Dawn takes advantage. Dawn then hits a back suplex and tags Fyre back in. Fyre and Dawn then double team Stark before Baszler tags in and sends Fyre crashing into the ring steps. Both women then get back in the ring and Fyre rolls up Baszler. Baszler then kicks out and hits a backbreaker on Fyre, then stomps on her shoulder. Baszler then locks in the Kirifuda Clutch on Fyre and Fyre passes out.

The winners of the Tag Team Match, Shayna Baszler and Zoey Stark!

We then get the entrances of the next match, which is a Singles Match.

Singles Match: Bron Breakker vs. “The Mad Dragon” Ilja Dragunov

The match starts off with both men wasting no time in delivering forearms on each other. Breakker then blasts Dragunov, but Dragunov responds with an enzuigiri and a couple of chops. Breakker then delivers some right hands on Dragunov, then gets him up on his shoulders. Dragunov then escapes and hits some rapid fire chops on Breakker, then follows it up with a boot on Breakker’s head. Breakker then sends Dragunov crashing into the middle rope and to the outside. Dragunov and Breakker then exchange strikes with each other. Breakker then hits a powerslam on Dragunov, then wears him down with a submission hold and hits a knee on his midsection. Dragunov then hits a couple of clotheslines on Breakker, but Breakker responds with a jumping knee. Dragunov then responds with a Constantine Special, then hits a knee on Breakker’s forehead off the middle rope and three German suplexes, then goes for a pin. Breakker then kicks out and Dragunov gets him on his shoulders, then hits a Death Valley Driver on him in the corner and a Coast To Coast off the top rope. Dragunov then climbs back up to the top and hits a senton on Breakker, then goes for a pin.

Breakker then kicks out and turns Dragunov inside out with a clothesline. Breakker then goes for a spear, but Dragunov nails Breakker with a knee. Dragunov then hits an H-Bomb on Breakker and a boot that sends him over the announce desk on the outside. Dragunov then clears the announce desk before he looks to send Breakker crashing through it. Breakker then sends Dragunov crashing onto the announce desk face first. Breakker then sends Dragunov crashing into the barricade and the ring post, then gets him back inside the ring. Dragunov then hits a few strikes on Breakker, but Breakker nails Dragunov with a spear. Dragunov then rolls out of the ring before Breakker can pin him, but Breakker hits a shoulder on Dragunov’s midsection on the outside. The referee then begins a ten count, but Dragunov beats it. Breakker then immediately hits a spear on Dragunov when he gets back inside the ring for the win.

The winner of the Singles Match, Bron Breakker!

After the match, Breakker looks to continue his attack on Dragunov on the outside. Ricochet then makes his way down to the ring and dropkicks Breakker into the crowd, then helps Dragunov up.

We then head to the back inside the Judgment Day’s clubhouse, where WWE World Heavyweight Champion Damian Priest says they have to fix what happened in the ring earlier. Priest then brings up the missing keycard, which Dominik pulls out from his pocket and says he doesn’t know how it got there. Priest then tells Dominik that he has to put his foot down with Morgan. They all then put their fists together and Priest invites Carlito to take part. Bálor then grabs the keycard and puts it in his pocket.

We then see “The Celtic Warrior” Sheamus tell “The Scottish Warrior” Drew McIntyre that they haven’t seen eye-to-eye lately, but he encourages him to take the title on Saturday. Sheamus then mentions Ludwig Kaiser entering Money in the Bank and says he wants to do the same. McIntyre then tells Sheamus to give him a heads up if he cashes in on him. Sheamus then says it will be just like old times with a banger.

Cathy Kelley then interviews The Final Testament in the Gorilla Position. Karrion Kross says he hopes Xavier Woods will realize that he belongs with them after AOP win the tag team titles. Scarlett then tells Woods that he can’t trust Kofi Kingston.

We then get the entrances of the next match, which is a WWE World Tag Team Championship Match.

WWE World Tag Team Championship Match: Awesome Truth (The Miz and R-Truth) (c) vs. The Final Testament’s Authors of Pain (Akam and Rezar)

The match starts off with Rezar and Miz. Miz wastes no time in going after Rezar. Miz delivers some strikes on Rezar. Akam then tags in and prevents Miz from tagging in R-Truth. Miz then hits an enzuigiri on Akam and tags in Truth. Truth then wears down Akam, then hits a double back suplex on him with Miz. Miz and Truth then look to hit a double Five Knuckle Shuffle, but Scarlett gets their attention. Karrion Kross then trips Truth and Miz, but New Day appears at ringside and attacks Kross. Truth then looks to hit Akam with one of the World Tag Team Championship belts. Akam then stays on his feet and Truth tosses the title over to Akam. Miz takes advantage of the chaos and rolls up Akam for the win.

The winners and still the WWE World Tag Team Champions, Awesome Truth (The Miz and R-Truth)!

We then head to the back and we see Bron Breakker send Ilja Dragunov crashing over a road case. Breakker then sends Ricochet crashing into a production truck, then sends him crashing into a car and delivers some right hands on him. Breakker then sends Ricochet crashing into a second production truck and climbs up a set of stairs to get into the production truck, then powerslams Ricochet on top of a car, breaking the windshield in the process. Officials then appear to check on Ricochet.

Commentary then recaps what just happened between Bron Breakker and Ricochet and a video was also shown of Samantha Irvin’s reaction to Ricochet being destroyed. The cameras then cut backstage where Irvin was standing next to Ricochet, who gives a thumbs up while on a stretcher before being loaded into an ambulance. Irvin then joins Ricochet inside the ambulance. Michael Cole then says RAW General Manager Adam Pearce was not at the show, but someone needed to do something about Breakker.

Pat McAfee says he will step up for Samantha Irvin. McAfee then stands up on the commentary table and introduces “The Scottish Warrior” Drew McIntyre and McIntyre makes his way down to the ring for the main event, which is a Singles Match.

Michael Cole then hypes Undisputed WWE Champion “The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes appearing on NXT and then runs through the card for Clash at the Castle. The Judgment Day’s Finn Bálor then makes his way down to the ring on his own and McAfee introduces Bálor and announces him as representing The Judgment Day.

Singles Match (If Drew McIntyre Wins, Then The Judgment Day Is Banned From Ringside At Clash At The Castle): “The Scottish Warrior” Drew McIntyre vs. The Judgment Day’s Finn Bálor

The match starts off with McIntyre hitting a clothesline on Bálor on the apron, then joins him on the outside and hits him with a chop. Bálor then sends McIntyre crashing into the ring post face first, then sends his arm bouncing off it and delivers a few strikes on him. Bálor then gets McIntyre back inside the ring and hits him with a few left hands on his arm, but McIntyre sends Bálor out of the ring. Bálor then trips McIntyre on the apron and delivers a few stomps on his spine. McIntyre then gets hit with a kick from Bálor and Bálor trips him. McIntyre then hits a belly-to-belly suplex on Bálor that sends him crashing over the announce desk.

McIntyre then hits a jawbreaker on Bálor and follows it up with a chop. McIntyre then looks to hit a Tornado DDT, but Bálor hits McIntyre with a Russian Leg Sweep and locks in a submission. Bálor then delivers some strikes on McIntyre in the corner and follows it up with his signature elbow drop on McIntyre’s midsection. Bálor then locks in an Arm Bar on McIntyre, but McIntyre makes his way up to his feet and escapes by hitting a sit-out powerbomb. McIntyre then hits a neckbreaker on Bálor, then kips up and goes for a Claymore Kick. Bálor then counters into a Sling Blade before he flies to land on McIntyre on the outside. Bálor then gets McIntyre back in the ring and hits a dropkick on him that sends McIntyre crashing into the corner, then does the same in the opposite corner. McIntyre then hits a Glasgow Kiss on Bálor, then joins him in the opposite corner and hits him with a superplex. McIntyre then hits a Futureshock DDT on Bálor, but Damian Priest gets McIntyre’s attention as he makes his way down. Carlito then jumps up on the ramp, but McIntyre blasts him. JD McDonagh then appears, but McIntyre drags him into the ring. McIntyre then hits him with a Claymore Kick and Bálor takes advantage. Bálor then rolls McIntyre up, but McIntyre kicks out. Bálor then goes for the Coup De Grace, but McIntyre hits a Claymore Kick on Bálor for the win.

The winner of the Singles Match, “The Scottish Warrior” Drew McIntyre!

After the match, Pat McAfee announces McIntyre as the winner. WWE World Heavyweight Champion Damian Priest then enters the ring and jaw jacks with McIntyre while holding up his championship as the show comes to a close.

Continue Reading