WWE Raw Results (6/3/19): The Undertaker Returns

June 3, 2019
Frank Erwin Center
Austin, Texas

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Transcription by Josh Lopez

Roman Reigns, Shane McMahon, and Drew McIntyre In-Ring Segment: 

Mike Rome delivers the best in the world introduction. Shane McMahon cannot wait to shut Roman Reigns up at WWE Super ShowDown. He’s not just called the Best in the World, he’s the best in the world in the ring. He gets better with age. He will beat Roman from side to side and then he will fly through the air and go coast to coast. He will either pin Roman or make Roman tap out to the triangle. That wouldn’t satisfy him. Shane will not release the hold because he doesn’t have to. He will make Roman’s eyes bulge out of his head. Roman says that he would love to see Shane try to tap him out.

Roman will pick Shane up if he tries that and send him through the mat. Shane doesn’t stand a chance in the ring against him. The only reason he’s still out here is because he relies and Drew McIntyre and Elias to do his dirty work. After he’s done with Shane, he will stomp McIntyre ass at WWE Stomping Ground. Drew McIntyre joins the conversation. McIntyre doesn’t like the way they reacted to him and Shane. Reigns mind is all over the place. What Shane said was correct.  After Shane is done with Roman, McIntyre will decimate him at Stomping Ground. Roman needs to worry about the present. McIntyre has an idea. The Revival attacks Roman from behind. We have a three on one beatdown.The Usos storms into the ring to make the save.

First Match: Roman Reigns & The Usos vs. Drew McIntyre & The Revival w/Shane McMahon in a 6-Man Tag Team Match 

Jey Uso and Dash Wilder will start things off. Wilder tells Jey to bring it. Jey obliges with a SuperKick. Jey goes for The Uso Splash, but Dawson drags Wilder out of the ring. The Usos with Stereo Plancha’s to the floor. Jey side steps Dawson into the turnbuckles. Wilder and Jimmy are tagged in. Jimmy with two clotheslines. Jimmy thrust kicks the midsection of Wilder. Jimmy uppercuts Wilder. Jimmy ducks a clothesline from Wilder. Jimmy goes for a Samoan Drop, but Wilder lands back on his feet. Wilder blocks a boot from Jimmy. Jimmy with a Step Up Enzuigiri. Jimmy punches McIntyre. Jimmy knocks Dawson off the ring apron. Wilder dropkicks Jimmy. Wilder tags in McIntyre. McIntyre repeatedly stomps on Jimmy’s chest. McIntyre with a Vertical Suplex for a two count. McIntyre stomps on the right hand of Jimmy. McIntyre applies an arm-bar.

Jimmy with Two HeadButts.  McIntyre responds with an OverHead Belly to Belly Suplex. Roman Reigns breaks up the pinning opportunity. The Revival starts beating down Jimmy behind the referee’s back. McIntyre tags in Dawson. The Revival continues to cut the ring in half. Dawson stomps on Jimmy’s head. Dawson applies the cravate. Jimmy with a big right hand. Jimmy unloads two knife edge chops. Dawson clotheslines Jimmy for a two count. The referee needs to get Jey out of the ring. Dawson applies a modified abdominal stretch. Dawson shoves Jimmy to the corner. Jimmy is displaying his fighting spirit. Jimmy with a Belly to Back Suplex. Dawson stops Jimmy in his tracks. Dawson drops Jimmy with a SpineBuster for a two count. Jimmy made the hot tag to Reigns during the commercial break.

Reigns with two clotheslines. Reigns delivers a Big Boot. Reigns is fired up. Reigns goes for The SuperMan Punch, but McIntyre ducks out of the way. Reigns made a blind tag to Jey. McIntyre HeadButts Reigns. Reigns ducks a clothesline from McIntyre. Jey with an Apron Enzuigiri. Reigns follows that with The SuperMan Punch. Jimmy SuperKicks Dawson. Reigns with a SuperMan Punch for Wilder. Shane shoves Jey off the top turnbuckle. Reigns is pissed. Reigns tries to get his hands on Shane. McIntyre drills Reigns with The ClayMore Kick. The Revival plants Jimmy with The Shattering Machine on the floor. McIntyre delivers another ClayMore Kick to pickup the victory. After the match, Shane, McIntyre and The Revival brutally beats down Roman Reigns.

Winner: Drew McIntyre & The Revival via Pinfall 

Miz TV With Special Guest: Seth Rollins

 Well alright, alright, alright. Welcome to the most must see WWE talk show in history. Welcome to, Miz TV! Tonight is not about him, it’s about Brock Lesnar cashing in his Money In The Bank briefcase. Without further ado, Miz brings out the Universal Champion Seth Rollins. Rollins has an upcoming title match with Baron Corbin this Friday at WWE Super ShowDown, but it could all change based on The Beast tonight. What is going through his mind? We are assuming that Brock will show up tonight right?  We are assuming that Paul Heyman is telling the truth, and the last time that happened was, never. While he is prepared, he will believe it when he sees it. Miz and Rollins have successfully cashed in their money in the bank briefcases in the past.

This is a totally different animal because it’s The Beast, Brock Lesnar. Rollins doesn’t need Miz to oversell Brock Lesnar. Rollins knows the gravity of the situation.  If Brock cashed in tonight, he would be relieved. He cannot focus on what might be but what will be. Friday, he will be defending his Universal Championship against Baron Corbin. Nobody likes Baron Corbin, but he did win the Fatal Four Way Match and he is the number one contender. If he’s going to be the fighting champion, he needs to focus on Baron Corbin and stomping his head into the mat. We see Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman arrive at the Frank Erwin Center. Instead of walking towards the ring, Brock needs to get his gear on. So no cash in yet ladies and gentlemen.

The Lucha House Party & Lars Sullivan Segment: 

Becky Lynch, Lacey Evans, and Charlotte Flair In-Ring Segment: 

The Man has been doing some thinking and she wants to make some changes. She got home for the first time in 63 days. In that time, she has fought across Europe, appeared on a number of talk shows, changed brands, and won the main event of WrestleMania. All of her dreams came through and she has never been more content in her life. Being content is the worst thing for her because that’s when fighters get beat. When Lacey Evans helped Charlotte Flair at Money at the Bank, it lit something under her. When Becky is pissed off there’s no woman on this business that will keep her down. If you did her wrong, she will break her back trying and fighting and she will fight until she can’t no more.

Lacey Evans comes out to interrupt Becky. Evans says that Becky is like a dog chasing a car and you wouldn’t know what to do if you caught it. She did Becky and the WWE Universe a favor at Money in the Bank. The Man shouldn’t be the face to represent WWE. Becky wants Evans to come into the ring, so she can rip her arm off. Don’t confuse Ms. Evans with Charlotte Flair. She might have lost at Money in the Bank, but she’s the reason why Becky only has one title left.  Evans will not allow a woman like Becky to represent her division. Charlotte Flair joins the conversation. Charlotte wants Becky to stop making excuses. She won and became the nine time Women’s Champion. Where’s The Queen’s title now?

Evans tells Charlotte to stop embarrassing herself sweetheart. What is she doing out here? Could anyone hold the ropes for her? She’s strutting out here like a peacock since she’s a daddy’s girl who needs attention. Charlotte is more than halfway to beating her daddy’s world title record. Charlotte has only seen Lacey make tea. She didn’t have to get out of her street clothes to take care of her last week on SmackDown. Charlotte had nine championships, but she has none now. Evans calls Charlotte yesterday’s news. Evans is the face of WWE, so she tells Charlotte to run along to SmackDown. Does Charlotte want to be educated with a Woman’s Right? Evans drops Charlotte with The Woman’s Right. We are about to have an impromptu match right now.

Second Match: Charlotte Flair vs. Lacey Evans 

Becky Lynch is watching the match from the ringside area. Complete brawl after the bell rings. Evans with clubbing shoulder blocks. Charlotte sends Evans chest first across the ropes. Charlotte repeatedly kicks Evans in the ribs. Charlotte with a clubbing forearm to the back of Evans. Charlotte dumps Evans out of the ring. Becky talks smack to Evans. Meanwhile Charlotte is posing for the crowd. Charlotte with a single leg takedown. Charlotte transitions into a ground and pound attack. Charlotte with a waist lock takedown. Charlotte applies a front face lock. Evans grabs the bottom rope to force the break. Neither ladies wants to wrestle. Charlotte bounces Evans head on the top turnbuckle pad. Charlotte with a waist lock go-behind. Evans decks Charlotte with a back elbow smash. Evans with a fireman’s carry takedown for a one count.

Evans slams Charlotte’s head on the top turnbuckle pad. Charlotte repeatedly stomps on Evans chest. Charlotte is choking Evans with her boot. Charlotte unloads five knife edge chops. Charlotte struts around the ring. Evans drop toe holds Charlotte into the middle turnbuckle pad. Evans repeatedly stomps on Charlotte’s chest. Evans with a Delayed Bronco Buster for a two count. Evans applies a side headlock. Charlotte rolls Evans over for a two count. Charlotte kicks Evans in the gut. Charlotte with an Exploder Suplex. Charlotte nips up. Charlotte goes for a running shoulder block, but Evans counters with a knee lift.

Evans delivers a leg sweep. Evans goes for a SlingShot Elbow Drop, but Charlotte ducks out of the way. Charlotte with a back elbow smash. Charlotte follows that with a BackBreaker. Charlotte clotheslines Evans. Evans negates The Figure Eight. Evans kicks Charlotte into the turnbuckles. Evans drops Charlotte with a Swinging NeckBreaker. Charlotte responds with a double boot to the midsection of Evans. Both ladies are knocked down after a double crossbody block. Becky pulls Charlotte out of the ring which causes the disqualification. After the match, Becky plants Evans with The ManHandle Slam. Becky poses with the Raw Women’s Championship.

Winner: Charlotte Flair via Disqualification 

Rey Mysterio & Samoa Joe In-Ring Segment: 

Que paso Austin? Rey will lay it out straight. He’s been a part of the WWE for a long time and it’s part of his blood. It’s something he gets to share with his son Dominic because he’s training to become a professional wrestler. Dominic will carve a path for himself. Rey needs to set the right example and do the right thing as a man and as a champion. Rey immediately gets cut off by Samoa Joe. Did Joe come out too early to ruin Rey’s moment? Joe knows what this means for Rey and he heard the word champion and he thought it was his cue. Joe doesn’t want to interrupt because this is a big moment. Joe has an addendum.

He tells Rey not to ruin this moment with a lie. Rey is not relinquishing the united states championship because he’s injured. He’s relinquishing it because he never won the match. Joe’s shoulders never touched the mat. Rey is not here for a moment or to fool anyone. This is not the moment he wanted. Rey has won championships his entire career, through pain and injuries. If he was man enough to do that, he’s man enough to do what he’s going to do tonight. Due to his current shoulder injury at Money in the Bank, Rey Mysterio is here to relinquish his WWE United States Championship to Samoa Joe. Joe locks in The Coquina Clutch to close the segment.

Braun Strowman & Bobby Lashley’s Arm-Wrestling Contest 

Third Match: Nikki Cross w/Alexa Bliss vs. Peyton Royce w/Billie Kay 

Royce does her signature iconic strut. Cross ducks a clothesline from Royce. Royce drops Cross with a Spinning Heel Kick. Royce is raining down haymakers in the corner. The referee is trying to calm down Royce. Royce kicks the left knee of Cross. Royce whips Cross back first across the turnbuckles. Royce is choking Cross with her boot. Cross decks Royce with a JawBreaker. Cross rolls Royce over for a two count. Royce puts her knee on the back of Cross neck. Royce with a straight right hand. Royce drives her knee into Cross chest. Royce with a Modified Tarantula. Cross side steps Royce into the turnbuckles. Cross applies a sleeper hold. Royce dumps Cross back first on the canvas. Billie wants Royce to break Cross’s arm. Royce applies an arm-bar. Cross with shots to the midsection of Royce. Royce pulls Cross down to the mat for a two count. Royce stomps on Cross back. Royce toys around with Cross.

Royce with clubbing elbow smashes. Royce applies another arm-bar. Cross is trying to build momentum. Royce with a knee lift. Royce shoves Cross to the corner. Cross decks Royce with a back elbow smash. Cross kicks Royce in the gut. Cross is throwing forearms at Royce. Cross sends Royce across the ring. Cross levels Royce with a Body Avalanche. Cross follows that with a Running Bulldog for a two count. Cross heads to the top turnbuckle. Cross goes for a Flying Crossbody Block, but Royce ducks out of the way. Alexa Bliss’s coffee has arrived. The Iconics are not happy. Bliss flicks the coffee at Royce. Royce kicks the coffee mug out of Bliss hand. Billie shoves Bliss to the floor. Her white jeans are ruined. Cross plants Royce with The Draping Fisherman’s NeckBreaker to pickup the victory. After the match, Bliss is seething. Bliss with a Basement Dropkick to Billie. Bliss drops Billie with a Snap DDT.

Winner: Nikki Cross via Pinfall 

Seth Rollins, Baron Corbin, Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman In-Ring Segment: 

When Rollins won this title, he knew he was going to have a bullseye on his back and he knew that was what he signed up for.  That is not what is happening with Brock Lesnar. Brock starts playing mind games with Rollins. Rollins is sick of it and so is the entire WWE Universe. Rollins wants to speak directly to Brock. Brock used to be one of the most feared men on Planet Earth.  Now he’s a shell of that. If there is a shred of the Beast left in him, Rollins dares Brock to cash in that contract right now. Baron Corbin comes out to interrupt Rollins. Rollins is fired up for the wrong person.  He needs to worry about Corbin, not Brock. Rollins is standing in the ring living his childhood dream. Well, Corbin is the dream crusher and he’s taking Rollins Universal Championship. Rollins says that Corbin doesn’t stand a chance. Corbin will have to take it out of his cold, dead hands.

Corbin is okay with prying it out of Rollins cold dead hands. Corbin retired Kurt Angle and has no problem retiring Rollins. Corbin shoves Rollins. Rollins hits Corbin with the microphone. Rollins is throwing haymakers at Corbin. Corbin drives his knee into the midsection of Rollins. Rollins ducks a clothesline from Corbin. Rollins with a Step Up Enzuigiri. Rollins delivers a Suicide Dive. Rollins is distracted by Brock Lesnar’s music. Corbin plants Rollins with The End Of Days. Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman finally graces us with their presence. Brock low blows Rollins. Brock tosses Rollins around the ringside area. Brock hits The F5 on the floor. Heyman wants Brock to cash in the briefcase right now. Brock is going to wait for WWE Super ShowDown. Brock repeatedly hits Rollins with the steel chair and the briefcase.

The Firefly FunHouse 

Triple H & Randy Orton In-Ring Segment: 

It’s been a while since he looked Randy Orton in the eye. This is about drumming up interest in a fight. Maybe someone will say something about their opponent or start a fight. After everything they have been through, there is nothing they are going to say that they haven’t said before. HHH isn’t going to waste his time or the people’s time. Don’t be fooled by the suit because he is coming to Jeddah to kick Orton’s ass. Orton is not Batista. He’s The Legend Killer. HHH knows that better than most. Orton would gladly beat him on Friday and put another notch on his belt. It’s interesting the last few weeks while watching the videos of what they have been through. They have done unspeakable things and there is one thing that stood out that rang true.

They would put the pressure on Orton and he would become a diamond. Orton is one of the best ever to step foot in this ring. A lot of people have tried to put HHH down. They are all gone and he’s still here. Orton is not the one. Orton wants HHH to retrieve his balls from Stephanie’s purse before entering the ring. HHH laughs. That’s a hell of an idea. He will do just that. They are so big and it’s such a burden to carry them around. Maybe he can fit them in a carry on bag and put it in the overhead compartment. Orton wouldn’t know about that because he never had any. HHH will see Orton in Jeddah. HHH throws the microphone at Orton to close the segment.

Baron Corbin Backstage Interview: 

Fourth Match: Ricochet vs. Cesaro 

Cesaro launches Ricochet to the middle turnbuckle. Ricochet goes for a Hurricanrana, but Cesaro blocks it. Cesaro goes for a PowerBomb, but Ricochet lands back on his feet. Cesaro drops Ricochet with a shoulder tackle. Ricochet goes for a Leapfrog, but Cesaro counters with a Tilt-A-Whirl BackBreaker for a two count. Cesaro uppercuts Ricochet. Cesaro bounces Ricochet’s head on the top turnbuckle pad. Cesaro is choking Ricochet with his boot. Cesaro with a snap european uppercut cut. Cesaro stomps on Ricochet’s chest. Cesaro applies a half nelson chin lock.

Ricochet ducks a clothesline from Cesaro. Ricochet with a Tilt-A-Whirl HeadScissors TakeOver. Ricochet follows that with a Hurricanrana off the ringside barricade. Cesaro rocks Ricochet with a back elbow smash. Ricochet responds with a hook kick. Ricochet with a Running MoonSault off the steel ring post. Cesaro applies a rear chin lock. Ricochet gets back to a vertical base. Ricochet with a sunset flip for a two count. Ricochet side steps Cesaro into the turnbuckles. Cesaro uppercuts Ricochet.

Cesaro follows that with a SuperPlex for a two count. Ricochet with a shoulder block to Cesaro. Ricochet is throwing haymakers at Cesaro. Ricochet shows off his athletic ability. Cesaro negates The Sunset Flip PowerBomb. Cesaro delivers The Cesaro Swing. Cesaro drops Ricochet with a Running European Uppercut for a two count. Ricochet with a Jumping Knee Strike. Ricochet kicks Cesaro in the face. Ricochet goes for a SpringBoard Crossbody Block, but Ricochet rolls him over for a two count. Ricochet with a Tilt-A-Whirl Rollup to pickup the victory.

Winner: Ricochet via Pinfall 

R-Truth 24/7 Title Segment: 

WWE Super ShowDown 2019 Match Card 

1.) The Lucha House Party vs. Lars Sullivan in a Three on One Handicap Match

2.) 50-Man Battle Royal

3.) Braun Strowman vs. Bobby Lashley

4.) “The Demon” Finn Balor (c) vs. Andrade Cien Almas For The WWE Intercontinental Championship

5.) Roman Reigns vs. Shane McMahon w/Drew McIntyre

6.) Triple H vs. Randy Orton

7.) Kofi Kingston (c) vs. Dolph Ziggler For The WWE Championship

8.) Seth Rollins (c) vs. Baron Corbin For The WWE Universal Championship

9.) The Undertaker vs. Goldberg

The Undertaker Promo: 

Do you ever wonder what happens when you come face to face with death for the first time? Does the sky grow dark? Does the ground rip open at your feet?  Do you choke at the stench of the bodies that have already gone? Goldberg, this Friday, you will get the answers to all of those questions. When Taker stand across the ring from Goldberg for the first time, he doesn’t want Goldberg the family man. He wants the unstoppable mythical icon Goldberg. If Goldberg brings anything less, our first match will be his last. Taker will unleash a level of brutality that Goldberg has never felt. When the reaper beckons, you will call. He will claim your soul for all eternity. Goldberg, You’re Next. He will rest in peace.

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Author: Josh Lopez