WWE RAW Results (6/27)
Posted by: Farook Razak on Jun 27 2011
Source: Farook Razak reporting for WrestlingNewsSource.com
Find the Writer: Twitter
This past Friday night the Wolfpac came under a lot of punishment from the British Invasion. Alberto Del-Rio went one-on-one with ‘The Pope’ D’Angelo Dinero and in a huge main event we had The Icon Sting take on the World’s Largest Athlete the Big Show! Click HERE to read an awesome episode of June 24th’s KWF Impact SmackDown!
Ladies and gentlemen welcome to Monday Night RAW! Tonight the WWE promises you a number of surprises as we leave the show to the hands of fate and the return of the RAW Roulette. Yes we’re in Las Vegas, Navada and RAW begins with Booker T. spinning the RAW Roulette backstage. Booker’s all suited and booted, smartly dressed to oversee proceeding’s here tonight.
Live in the main arena we have the entrance of the Heart-Break Kid Shawn Michaels! Michaels comes to the ring under a huge ovation from the fans. Mr WrestleMania and more importantly, Mr Hall-Of-Fame says that he’s tried his hardest, but it’s just too gosh darn hard to stay away. Michaels says that he’s missed being in the ring and of course we ol’ HBK misses the spotlight. Shawn jokes about shameless plugs (MacMillan River Adventures) and points out his Twitter on the screen – @ShawnMichaels_ – and don’t forget his great pal @farook112. Michaels is interrupted by the entrance of CM Punk and the New Nexus. Punk wonders why Michaels is here and he tells him that in just a few weeks he intends to do what Michaels didn’t and leave the WWE, on a win, and take with him the WWE Championship. Punk questions the audience and wonders why they cheer a has-been like Michaels, yet don’t beg the ‘future’ in CM Punk to stay in the WWE. Michaels says that the reason that the fans cheer him over Punk is that they know he’s better than Punk is. An arguement ensues where Punk questions the man that Michaels has become, but HBK then answers with Sweet Chin Music to David Otunga! The fans cheer at the top of their lungs as Punk declares that this is the biggest mistake of Shawn Michaels life. *BLEEP* *BLEEP* the annonymous RAW GM chimes in and (through Cole) says that the final three weeks of Punk’s WWE career are going to count for something on Monday night RAW and Punk’s going to wrestle in the first RAW Roulette match tonight. We cut to Booker T. backstage who shows us some of the matches available tonight for RAW Roulette – including a Special Referee’s match and a Pillow Fight match! Book spins the RAW Roulette and the needle lands on ‘?’ Booker says that means that Punk faces a mystery opponent and that opponent is the Big Red Machine Kane! Punk can’t believe it and he’s left on his own because Shawn Michaels Sweet Chins Michael McGillicutty before exiting. It’s Punk vs. Kane Live, next!
CM Punk vs. Kane
RAW Roulette Mystery Opponent match (Kane).
Kane dominates from the outset, but after booing him moments ago against HBK, the fans now chant Punk’s name. Kane decks the leader of teh New Nexus and gets Two on the cover before cornering Punk and taking it to him fist with a number of corner clotheslines and then a nice Side-walk Slam and that gets Two on the cover. Kane stes for an early chokeslam, but Punk kicks right upside Kane’s head and this gains him control of the match. Punk goes at Kane as much as he can, but the Big Red Monster is strong in uppercutting Punk back down to the canvas. Michael Cole and Jerry ‘The King’ Lawler talk us through why Punk would want to leave WWE. Cole says that perhaps he feels underapreciated by his peers and the WWE Universe. King says that this is his own fault. As the discussion goes on, Punk decides to exit the ring and walk out of the match. He exits up the ramp and to the back. Kane wins via Count-out.
Winner by way of Count-out: Kane.
Tonight we will have Big Show vs. Alberto Del-Rio and John Cena vs. R-Truth – both matches are to be stiplulated by RAW Roulette!
Sin Cara vs. Evan Bourne
RAW Roulette stipulation as decided by Eve Torres’ spin alongside Booker T. backstage: a No Count-out match.
The comms discuss the popularity of both these superstars as Bourne and Cara exchange on the canvas early on. They drop to the outside and under mutual respect come back in to amp up the velocity and gets this airial game going. Bourne is befalled to ringside and Cara suicide dives all the way to ringside. Cara’s in control, but Bourne comes back with an awesome headscissors and that leads to Bourne getting some control and getting Two on a crucifix pin in the ring. Bourne continues with the covers, but he cannot put Sin Cara away. This leads to a slip-up and Sin Cara comes off the ropes to perform a springboard backsplash on Bourne and that also gets him Two. Bourne comes back to deck Cara and land a standing splash. This leads to an attempted 450 Splash from off the top ropes, but Cara moves and comes back with an amazing headscissor face-splat (there’s no name stated for the move by the comms) and that gets Sin Cara the One, Two, Three.
Winner: Sin Cara.
Sin Cara celebrates a great match-up as the comms review the action.
Backstage Booker is with Kofi Kingston. This here will determine what kind of match Kofi will have next with Dolph Ziggler. Vickie Guerrero comes onto the scene and she spins the wheel. It lands on ‘Players choice’ and so Kofi is allowed to name the stipulation for the match. He says he wants what he should have had at Capitol Punishment, a match with Dolph Ziggler one-on-one – Kofi stipulates that Vickie is banned from ringside!
RAW Money In The Bank ladder match at WWE’s next Pay-Per-View, Money In The Bank, competitors are announced: Kofi Kingston, Rey Mysterio, Evan Bourne, Alberto Del-Rio, R-Truth, Jack Swagger, Alex Riley The Miz will fight it out for the Money In The Bank briefcase.
Kofi Kingston vs. Dolph Ziggler
RAW Roulette Player’s Choice match: Kofi Stipulates ‘No Vickie at ringside!’
Vickie enters to introduce her client, but she’s guided away by referee’s because she’s not even allowed to do that. It’s finally one on one between Ziggler and Kingston. The bout opens pretty even, but Kingston gets control to clobber Ziggler to ringside and then body slam him on the protective mat. Kofi’s sets to send Dolph into the ring-post, but Ziggler reverses it and Kingston takes the punishment as we go in and out of commercials. Ziggler’s in control as we come back and the comms tell us that Kofi barely made it back into the ring during the break. Kofi fights back as much as he can in the ring, but Dolph performs the fame-asser only to get Two on the cover. Ziggler continues pressure on Kofi’s discombobulated head, but Kingston fights back. This only leads to further animosity by Dolph and he neckbreakers Kofi down for Two on the count. Dolph gets Kingston to his feet, but this turns out to be a mistake because Kofi counters his attack into a pinning predicament. Kofi gets Two, but Dolph remains in control, and he tries to throw Kofi out of the ring but Kingston just rebounds off the ropes only to clobber the United States Champion down with Trouble In Paradise!
Winner: Kofi Kingston.
Backstage Booker T. is with Maryse by the Roulette wheel, reliving the rollercoaster that we’ve been on so far tonight. Alberto Del-Rio comes onto the scene asking why he has to face Big Show again seen as he already beat him at Capitol Punishment. Book says he doesn’t make the matches, only who makes the spins and Book intends to spin for this on, but then Del-Rio flirts with Maryse and gets her to spin the wheel… Steel Cage match! Booker laughs as Del-Rio fumes at Maryse. Del-Rio vs. Big Show in a Steel Cage next!
This past Sunday night the Keystone Wrestling Federation put on a spectacle in the pay-per-view Great American Bash. We had Sin Cara in action, Harlem Heat went at it for Tag Team Gold, Chris Jericho faced Kevin Nash for the WCW Title and we had two huge main events that lead to all hell fire and brimstone! All Shawn Michaels, Sting, Triple H, UnderTaker and Masked Kane fans – heck all wrestling fans – should click HERE and read KWF’s Great American Bash!
Alberto Del-Rio vs Big Show
RAW Roulette: Steel Cage match.
The comms wonder about Big Show’s health after his latest quite literal run-ins with the World’s Strongest Man Mark Henry. He may not be 100% fit, but he’s making up for it in confidence as he gets in the ring fully pumped up to get his hands on Alberto Del-Rio. Show begins the match predictably on top, slaughtering Del-Rio into the steel structure. Del-Rio is quicker than Show though and he dropkicks Show’s knee to send him head first into the middle turnbuckle. Del-Rio then sets to grind away at Big Show’s previously injured leg, the same leg that he ran over last month. Del-Rio continues the pressure as Mark Henry makes his way down toward ringside. Del-Rio is impressive in keeping Big Show grounded as Show glances toward Mark Henry. Del-Rio sets himself to escape the cage, but Show grabs him and he climbs to the middle turnbuckle to land an excellent superplex on his opponent. Both men are down as Mark Henry decides to rip the cage door off it’s hinges! Henry takes the door into the ring. Henry attacks Show while Del-Rio escapes the cage through the gap of the former door to win the match.
Winner: Alberto Del-Rio.
After the match Mark Henry picks his spot to run at Show with the cage door in hand. Show’s by the ring apron and Henry’s brute force sends Big Show through the cage structure and Big Show lands crashing at ringside! Goodness what impact, the fans cry ‘Holy Sh*t’ as Henry bad-mouths the fallen Show. Medics and security come to help the World’s Largest Athlete.
Kelly Kelly vs. Nikki Bella w/ Brie Bella
RAW Roulette via Booker’s spin stipulates that this will be a Submission match.
The comms tell us that the annonymous RAW General Manager has granted Brie Bella a rematch for the Diva’s Title at WWE’s next pay-per-view Money In The Bank. Brie Bella thwarts Kelly down early, locking her arm to grind her into the canvas, but Kelly soon comes back to get Nikki in a Boston (or Jacksonville) Crab and Nikki taps out.
Winner by way of Submission: Kelly Kelly.
After the match there’s no time for celebration as Nikki and Brie both attack the new Diva’s Champ. Eve Torres comes down to even the numbers and the Bella’s retreat up the ramp. Great victory in a submission match by Kelly Kelly.
We’re shown a video package focussing on Andy Leavine’s winning of WWE Tough Enough. We hear from trainer’s etc that talk of Leavine’s potential, but now it’s time to get to some real work. The hard road begins here, now that he’s signed to the WWE.
Booker T.’s backstage with Rey Mysterio and the wheel’s spinned to reveal Tornado match. Rey Riley vs. Swagger The Miz all four guys in the ring at one time! Rey exits to go get ready and oh snap, Diamond Dallas Page is in the house! Page promo’s WWE’s new DVD, The Very Best of Nitro! Booker and Page reminice a little, but Drew McIntyre comes onto the scene to threaten Book and Page. Shawn Michaels comes in to Sweet Chin Drew Mc! Shawn says that he’s never seen any of Nitro, he was kinda busy on Monday night’s. Shawn exits as Booker and Dallas stand insulted.
The Miz Jack Swagger vs. Alex Riley Rey Mysterio
RAW Roulette stipulation: Tornado Tag match.
This contest is all over the place as Miz and Riley fight at ringside and Swagger and Rey go at it in the ring. Swagger performs a backbreaker and sets up to connect with an early Swagger-bomb. Out on the floor Miz boots Riley down, but back in the ring there’s a mis-cue and Swagger and Miz bump one another. Riley and Mysterio work well together to keep up the pressure as Rey then decks Swagger to ringside before diving off the ring apron at him and Riley performs a hip-toss on Miz right off the top turnbuckle as we go in and out of commercials. Jack Swagger and Miz have control of the match, dumping Rey Mysterio out of the ring and concentrating on Alex Riley. Rey comes back in to fly at Swagger, but the All-American American catches him and dumps him torso first across Miz’s knee, but they only get Two on the cover. The domination continues as the fans chant ’6-1-9′, but Rey and Riley find it difficult to get any momentum. Miz takes Mysterio up for a superplex, but no dice as Rey flings him off to eventually go flying back in the ring at both Miz and Jack Swagger. The action goes on as Rey gets within a split-second of pinning Miz. He then sets Miz up for a 6-1-9, but Swagger pulls Rey to ringside with an interception. Alex Riley spinebusts Swagger as Swagger gets back in the ring, but that leads to further chaos as Miz breaks the pin attempt. The contest continues back and forth with Miz and Riley befallsing to ringside. Rey Mysterio is back in the action against Swagger and Rey dials it up, but Swagger catches him to put on an ankle lock. Miz continues the pressure, but Riley makes the save and Rey then does manage to get a 6-1-9 on Swagger. Then comes a DDT by Riley and a splash by Mysterio for the One, Two, Three.
Winners: Rey Mysterio Alex Riley.
Backstage we see R-Truth talking to himself by Booker T. and the RAW Roulette wheel. Truth spins the wheel and it lands on ‘Tables’! Truth says that tonight John Cena is gon’ get got! Truth talks to an imaginary little Jimmy and Book gets a little scared so he leaves the scene.
R-Truth vs. John Cena
RAW Roulette Tables match.
Truth is on top from the outset much like he was at Capitol Punishment. The fans are devided as per usual on their views of Cena. The WWE Champ fisherman suplex’s Truth over in the ring and he then goes to ringside to try for a table. Before he can even get one set, Truth’s right on Cena’s heels at ringside and he takes the Champ back into the ring. The contest continues with plenty of tables at ringside, but the action stays in the ring. Truth evades an attempted Attitude Adjustment and he thwarts Cena in the ring to allow himself time to go get a table. He brings it into the ring and sets it in the corner. This gives Cena time to recover though and Cena reverses a suplex to make sure he’s not the one that goes through a table. Once back up, Truth runs at Cena by the ropes only for John to tilt the rope down and Truth falls to ringside. The action continues as Cena decks Truth into the steel steps before going to get himself another table. Cena sets it up in the ring and AA’s R-Truth, but rushing comes CM Punk to move the wood and all Truth gets is canvas. Cena is fuming and he goes at Punk to drag him into the ring, but by now Truth’s back up and he spears Cena through the table that he’d set up in the corner earlier.
CM Punk is wearring a Stone Cold Steve Austin t-shirt by the way and after the match, he gets on mic to sit cross-legged atop the stage. He says that in the last few weeks he has remaining, Punk’s going to get a few things off his chest. Punk says that he doesn’t hate Cena, he just hates the idea that Cena is ‘the best’. Punk says that he’s the best wrestler in the world. Not ‘kiss-asses’ like Hulk Hogan, John Cena or The Rock. Punk says that he’s a wrestler, the best one in the world and Punk states that on the mic, in the ring, even on commentary he’s the best in the world. Punk talks about how he’s not the face of anything, but the fact of the matter is that he should be. Punk says that the fact that Dwayne (The Rock) is in the main event of WrestleMania next year makes him sick. He says that the fans are a much a part of it as anyone else. The fans buy the programs, they buy the t-shirts, but none of them are CM Punk’s. He says that this is not sour grapes and he’s just laying down some facts here. He says that he’s going to leave with the WWE Championship on July 17th. Maybe he’ll go to New Japan Pro Wrestling, maybe he’ll go back to Ring Of Honor. Punk says that he’d like to think that WWE will be better after Vince McMahon’s dead, but it won’t happen because WWE’s going to get taken over by Stephanie McMahon and Triple H. Punk goes on to say some more, insulting the McMahon family, but his mic is cut off and RAW closes out.
“Hey brothers and sister’s it’s the Hulkster here to urge you all to read KWF Blogs! Last night we had the Great American Bash and tonight we got TNA RAW and it’s got an amazing main event for all of you to enjoy. We have the fallout from The Bash and so much more! It’s time to get to it, click HERE and go Read KWF’s TNA RAW now!” – HH.
Load Live Chat (Will disconnect if you leave this page, load it in a new tab instead!)
Click here to add a comment(May take five minutes to appear)
Note: Commentary is not the views or opinions of WrestlingNewsSource.Com and users posts are the responsibility of that user alone. Comments will be moderated if required. All hate speech will be deleted, and get you banned. We appreciate that you all will disaggree and fight, we allow that. Please leave the racism and hate out. That is really all that’s asked of you when you speak with others here.