WWE

WWE Raw: June 19, 2017

Show

Raw

Results

Time and location

Monday, Jun 19 | 8/7 PMC

Ford Center
Evansville, IN

Where to watch

Raw results : Quick Hits

  • Samoa Joe interrupted Roman Reigns' SummerSlam announcement
  • The Hardy Boyz def. Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson
  • Finn Bálor def. Bo Dallas
  • Bray Wyatt confronted Seth Rollins
  • Akira Tozawa def. TJP
  • Samoa Joe def. Roman Reigns
  • Maryse appeared on "Miz TV"
  • Raw Tag Team Champions Cesaro & Sheamus def. Apollo Crews & Titus O’Neil
  • Nia Jax def. Sasha Banks via Disqualification
  • Raw General Manager Kurt Angle cracked the case of who attacked Enzo Amore & Big Cass

Raw Results : Full Details

Samoa Joe interrupted Roman Reigns' SummerSlam announcement

EVANSVILLE, IN — Last week, Roman Reigns promised a big SummerSlam announcement. True to form, The Big Dog delivered. Opening Raw after a two-week absence, the former three-time WWE Champion touted his strong singles record and formally proclaimed himself as the No. 1 contender to the Universal Title at The Biggest Eve...

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The Hardy Boyz def. Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson

Having suffered an almost-unheard-of draw in their 2-out-of-3 Falls Raw Tag Team Title challenge last week, The Hardy Boyz came to Raw looking to put themselves back in the hunt for Cesaro & Sheamus’ championships. That meant they had to get past Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson, the team The Hardys dethroned at Wr...

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Finn Bálor def. Bo Dallas

Bo Dallas has been searching for a big win, which meant that Raw’s bout with Finn Bálor was something of a go-big-or-go-home moment for the former NXT Champion. Dallas, seizing the opportunity, attempted to give himself a leg up by jumping Finn before the bell sounded.

For a minute, it seemed the strategy would work,...

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Bray Wyatt confronted Seth Rollins

It’s been a pretty good day for Seth Rollins, who earlier this morning was named as the cover star for WWE 2K18 with an awesome trailer to boot.

The Architect dedicated the honor to the WWE Universe for helping to will him down the path of redemption following his betrayal of The Shield three years prior, but Bray Wya...

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Akira Tozawa def. TJP

While Akira Tozawa is still technically not signed to The Titus Brand, the idea might have more legs than the WWE Universe initially thought.

After organizing a successful bout between The Stamina Monster and TJP on 205 Live and standing up to WWE Cruiserweight Champion Neville, Titus O’Neil was ringside for the Raw rem...

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Samoa Joe def. Roman Reigns

It’s safe to say that this is not what Roman Reigns had in mind for his Raw return.

Not only was The Big Dog’s SummerSlam announcement interrupted by Samoa Joe, but he later lost his match against The Samoan Submission Specialist thanks to the titanic re-emergence of a rival he thought he’d placed in the rearview.

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Maryse appeared on "Miz TV"

Dean Ambrose hasn’t just gotten inside The Miz’s head over the last couple of weeks, he’s managed to drive a wedge in the Intercontinental Champion’s marriage.

The Lunatic Fringe’s schemes have landed Miz so deep in the doghouse with Maryse that he had to stage a special apology edition of “Miz TV,” complete wit...

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Raw Tag Team Champions Cesaro & Sheamus def. Apollo Crews & Titus O’Neil

The Titus Brand may be making waves in the Cruiserweight division, but they have a ways to go in the Tag Team ranks.

And while Titus O’Neil & Apollo Crews deserve credit for stepping to the Raw Tag Team Champions at the first possible opportunity, Cesaro & Sheamus powered past them all the same, despite a formid...

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Nia Jax def. Sasha Banks via Disqualification

How to sum up the Raw Women’s division in one sentence? “Everybody Hates Alexa Bliss.” (SmackDown LIVE's, for what it’s worth, is “Everybody Hates James Ellsworth.”) When the Raw Women’s Champion sat ringside for Sasha Banks vs. Nia Jax — ostensibly to watch her “best friend” destroy The Boss — Emma saw an opening to c...

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Raw General Manager Kurt Angle cracked the case of who attacked Enzo Amore & Big Cass

Kurt Angle promised that he would discover the identity of Enzo Amore & Big Cass’ mystery attacker on Raw, and he did … in a way. The Olympic Hero assembled Enzo & Cass, as well as The Revival, the chief suspects who had been spotted near almost every attack, and Big Show, who matches the description of a Super...

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