The Undertaker returns to compete on Raw with Team Hell No against The Shield in a Six-Man Tag Team Match.04/12/2018 - 16:45
The Charismatic Enigma captures his first United States Title after defeating the newest addition to the Raw roster, Jinder Mahal.04/19/2018 - 14:15
Raw Recall for June 1, 2011
SAY WHAT?: SILENT RAGE
R-Truth, to no one, since his rant against John Cena went unheard due to technical difficulties. The delusional Superstar cited the incident as further proof of WWE's conspiracy to hold him back. To view the rant in its entirety, click the links below.
SHOCK: SPAWN OF THE DREAD
Kharma gave the WWE Universe a brood awakening Monday night: The braided behmoth is preggers! As a result, the expectant mother will be unable to compete for roughly a year. As of press time, WWE.com has been unable to confirm rumors the baby is already signed to FCW, WWE's developmental territory.
TAKE THAT: UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS
How many people wouldn't relish seeing a tyrannical former boss receive their just desserts? Alex Riley did one better. When his former taskmaster, The Miz, ambushed him, A-Ry not only turned the tables on The Cleveland Screamer, he served up a slice of humble pie and laid waste to yet another of Miz's tailored suits.
FOR SHAME: THE UGLY TRUTH
R-Truth, straight jacket - straight jacket, R-Truth. The conspiracy nut went too far in the wake of a non-title victory over WWE Champion John Cena by count-out. He tossed a drink on a random Cenation member. After the show went off the air, the Raw GM decreed that if Truth apologizes on the next Raw, he will face The Champ in a title match at Capitol Punishment.
SLICE OF THE ACTION
Every little detail is magnified under the bright arena lights of Monday Night Raw. Can you identify the Superstar in this week's Raw Slice of the Action? Click below and check the photo gallery to see if you're right.
WWE'S GREATEST MOMENTS
Watch Mr. Perfect in a Parking Lot Brawl, The Great One give a "Rock" concert and Shawn Michaels bid farewell all on the new video series, "WWE's Greatest Moments," powered by Kmart.