WWE Raw results, June 20, 2022: Asuka bests Becky Lynch to qualify for Money in the Bank Ladder Match
In a hard-fought Money in the Bank Qualifying Match, Asuka overcame Becky Lynch to hand Big Time Becks another huge defeat. Plus, Carmella earned a Raw Women’s Championship Match against Bianca Belair, Bobby Lashley secured a United States Title opportunity against Theory at WWE Money in the Bank, Elias smashed Kevin Owens with his guitar during his return concert and so much more.
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Bianca Belair needed a new challenger for WWE Money in the Bank
Carmella def. Alexa Bliss, Asuka, Liv Morgan and Becky Lynch to earn the right to face Raw Women's Champion Bianca Belair
After learning that The Judgment Day’s Rhea Ripley would be unable to compete at WWE Money in the Bank, Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair announced a Fatal 5-Way Match to determine her new challenger at the Premium Live Event.
Each competitor showcased their arsenal, and The EST of WWE, watching ringside, was impressed with what the Superstars brought.
Carmella showed no ring rust from her absence, delivering an awesome Reverse Huricanrana that sent Becky Lynch from the top rope crashing onto Liv Morgan below.
Big Time Becks looked to live up to her moniker, setting herself up for the win after a Manhandle Slam on Morgan, but her long-time adversary, Asuka, stopped her.
Carmella wrapped up the match by pinning Morgan after a Superkick, punching her ticket to WWE Money in the Bank.
Mr. McMahon thanked everyone for nearly 30 years of Monday Night Raw
Riddle aimed to qualify for Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Omos def. Riddle to qualify for Money in the Bank Ladder Match
After failing to win the Undisputed WWE Universal Title from Roman Reigns on Friday night, Riddle had a gargantuan task ahead of him in order to qualify for the Money in the Bank Ladder Match.
That task? None other than the mammoth 7’ 3” Nigerian Giant Omos, who had his malicious manager MVP in tow. A game Riddle was up for the task, giving the colossal Omos a good run for his money.
Nothing seemed to take the ginormous giant down, no matter what Riddle performed on Omos, including a Floating Bro.
When Riddle attempted an RKO, Omos nonchalantly shrugged him off and put him away with a Toss Powerbomb to qualify.
Seth "Freakin" Rollins hit Riddle when he was down
Theory’s Pose-Down was crashed by Bobby Lashley
Angelo Dawkins def. Jey Uso
Angelo Dawkins faced off against “Main Event” Jey Uso, and each competitor brought it all to the table.
Dawkins earned a big win by countering an Uso Splash with a superb Spinebuster.
Elias smashed Kevin Owens with guitar
Bobby Lashley def. Chad Gable in a Gauntlet Match
After demanding a United States Championship opportunity from Theory earlier in the evening, Bobby Lashley would earn his match if he could defeat three Superstars.
In the first match of the Gauntlet, The All Mighty squared off with Chad Gable. Bobby Lashley took control early, holding up Gable for almost an eternity before dropping him with a Delayed Vertical Suplex. Lashley then called for the Spear, but Gable countered into an excruciating Ankle Lock.
Amid a series of reversals and counters, Lashley eventually locked on the Hurt Lock, forcing Gable to submit.
Bobby Lashley def. Otis by Disqualification in a Gauntlet Match
Lashley’s second opponent was the dominant Otis, who immediately attacked The All Mighty after the previous match.
Otis took advantage in the opening moments, sending Lashley to the outside and performing a huge Splash on the floor. Otis, who proclaimed himself "The Hammer of God,” had Lashley down but missed a top-rope splash.
Lashley took advantage of this miss and hit a bombastic Spear, almost pinning Otis when Chad Gable rushed to the ring, attacked The All Mighty and caused the disqualification.
Bobby Lashley def. Theory in a Gauntlet Match
Last but not least for Bobby Lashley in the Gauntlet Match was the United States Champion himself, Theory.
Theory capitalized on the depleted stamina of Lashley, dominating the opening stages. Theory was about to hit an A Town Down, but The All Mighty countered the champion with a cradle for the win and the United States Championship opportunity at WWE Money in the Bank.
AJ Styles clocked The Miz on “Miz TV”
AJ Styles def. Ciampa
After attacking AJ Styles on “Miz TV,” Ciampa locked horns with The Phenomenal One in a fast-paced contest.
With The Miz at ringside offering his critiques from the announce table, Styles looked to show Ciampa and The Miz why he is called Phenomenal.
Styles eventually put away Ciampa with the Phenomenal Forearm.
After the match, The Miz attempted to cheap shot Styles, but Styles was one step ahead, planting The Miz with a Styles Clash before donning The A-Lister’s sunglasses.
Veer Mahaan vowed more destruction
Asuka def. Becky Lynch to qualify for Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Earlier in the evening, Asuka had cost Becky Lynch the chance to face Bianca Belair at WWE Money in the Bank for the Raw Women’s Championship. This infuriated Big Time Becks, who wanted to make sure The Empress had no tomorrow.
The two foes battled ferociously with a slot in the Money in the Bank Ladder Match also on the line, amping up the stakes tremendously.
Lynch kickstarted the match early by attacking Asuka on the stage. Asuka, however fought back, executing an Armbar.
The Empress of Tomorrow employed a great ground game, locking Big Time Becks in a variety of holds, including an Asuka Lock between the ring ropes.
Asuka pinned Lynch her after executing a vicious Roundhouse Kick to qualify for the Money in the Bank Ladder Match.
After another loss and a temper tantrum after the match, what's next for Big Time Becks?