WWE RAW results, June 6, 2016: Live tracker

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Tracking the WWE RAW results for the episode on June 6, 2016 live from Oklahoma City, OK

To say that this is an exciting time in pro wrestling and WWE would be an understatement. Though it’s not certain that all will work out, the upcoming WWE Money In The Bank pay-per-view in addition to the brand split between WWE RAW and Smackdown—the latter going live in July—things are looking as unpredictable as ever. As such, WWE RAW has become must-see and that stands true for Monday, June 6 from Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, OK.

There are several big storylines going on leading up to the June 6 episode of WWE RAW, but the one at the forefront is of course The Club now having reformed to bring down the top guy in the company and returning hero in John Cena. It seems we’re moving towards AJ Styles vs. John Cena, but we’ll still need a few more steps to get there.

Moreover, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns feels like it could reach a fever pitch at any moment. After the two men that will be competing for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship had an intense staredown and almost-confrontation, it feels like its only a matter of time before things tart getting physical.

There’s even more going down leading up to the Money In The Bank ladder match as top guys such as Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn, Dean Ambrose, Cesaro, Chris Jericho, and Alberto Del Rio are all vying for the briefcase.

With all of this and more (and potentially some surprises) you won’t want to miss anything that happens. Luckily, we’ll be providing results live down below from WWE RAW on June 6 when the show begins at 8 p.m. ET.

Ladder Stools

The show opened with a segment already midway through the intros (?) and with Dean Ambrose walking to the ring where Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn, Chris Jericho, Cesaro, and Alberto Del Rio were already perched atop ladders sitting. What ensued was a little banter between the men.

When things inevitably got physical, it was a surprise return from Teddy Long that got everyone to simmer down.

Because heaven-forbid they be consistent, Stephanie McMahon came out and buried the beloved Teddy Long and sent him to the back before making a host of singles matches.

Cesaro vs. Chris Jericho

Jericho continued to do some of his best heel work of his career in this match as he tried to act pompous and arrogant over Cesaro. While that worked initially, Cesaro’s power became too much for Y2J.

Sure enough, this gave Cesaro the advantage. He hit the Giant Swing and transitioned into a Sharpshooter, forcing Jericho to tap.

Winner: Cesaro

Doing a Bad Job at Making Seth Rollins Heel

Next up was a confusing video package highlighting the Seth Rollins-Roman Reigns feud, but it was quite confusing as it honestly made Rollins look like the returning hero. Whoops.

Rusev vs. Jack Swagger

This was a highly physical match, as you’d expect between these two big men. The fight then spilled to the outside and the physicality only picked up.

After jostling to try and get into the ring, Rusev sent Swagger into Titus O’Neil, who was ringside on commentary, and won via count-out. However, Swagger and Titus took offense and ran the United States champ off.

Winner: Rusev

John Cena Addresses AJ Styles, The Club

This segment was everything that you could ever want. After America-ing too much last week, Cena came out and was direct and great on the microphone in addressing being beatdown by AJ Styles last week. He then called out Styles to go face-to-face.

AJ and Cena then delivered perfect promos on one another, culminating with Styles saying that he had The Club to avoid getting buried by Cena (OMG, Yes!). They then went down to the ring to jump Cena, but New Day came charging out for the save.

The Vaudevillains vs Enzo and Cass

The Vaudevillains were in control early, but Big Cass came in and started really wrecking Simon Gotch and Aiden English. However, it was when Enzo tagged back in that English tried to re-injure him in the same manner.

This sent Cass off the deep end and he was disqualified as he beat their opponents down so badly.

Winners by DQ: The Vaudevillains

There was a silly backstage segment between Teddy Long and Stephanie McMahon. After some shenanigans, a Fatal 4-Way tag match at Money In The Bank was set up for the titles between The Club, The Vaudevillains, Enzo and Cass, and New Day.

Alberto Del Rio vs Sami Zayn

This match was far quicker than expected as Zayn got the advantage early on. However, Del Rio used his “veteran savvy” to fight back and ultimately hit the double stomp.

That was enough to get the victory for ADR.

Winner: Alberto Del Rio

Backstage segment with Kevin Owens and Dean Ambrose was up next, ending quickly after some trash-talking banter.

Then another long video package for Seth-Roman, this one centered on Reigns. Still don’t know why they did these as they make Rollins look substantially better.

Kevin Owens vs Dean Ambrose

As was the case with essentially all three of the matches with the MITB competitors, this seemed a bit abbreviated. However, it was still a solid match featuring good physicality between the men.

Ambrose was eventually able to counter Owens, though, and hit Dirty Deeds for the win. As he climbed the ladder to celebrate, though, KO came charging in and knocked him off the ladder before making his gesture at the briefcase.

Winner: Dean Ambrose

Charlotte Explains Her Actions

Charlotte continued to try and defend her actions regarding her father, but she seemed to offend Dana Brooke in the process.

Obviously Brooke was playing, though, and Dana attacked Natalya and Becky who had come to the ring, inciting a brawl.

Tyler Breeze vs R-Truth Ends in No Contest

This match was almost nothing as both Goldust and Fandango got involved nearly immediately. It was really to set up Teddy Long trying to make a tag match and getting tossed from the building for his trouble.

The Club vs The New Day

Before the match ever started, Styles and The Club jumped New Day and AJ hit a Styles Clash on Xavier Woods on the floor, taking him out of the match.

The bell then rang with New Day fighting short-handed, which gave The Club the advantage and they used it in a noticeable manner.

That allowed them to pick up the victory, but The Club kept beating down New Day after the match—until John Cena came down for the save.

However, even that wasn’t enough as Styles lured him in and then took him out. As AJ was gloating, though, Kofi and Big E came back to life and sent The Club running to end the show.

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