WWE RAW episode of June 13, 2022, will reveal the future of The Judgement Day whereas it will also tell what’s next in store for the visionary Seth Rollins. The event will air live from the Intrust Bank Arena, Wichita, Kansas.
The build-up for Money in the Bank 2022 event also continues with qualifying matches for the ladder match. Seth Rollins will address his last week’s attack on injured Cody Rhodes. Along with this, Kevin Owens will face Ezekiel in a rematch from Hell in a Cell.
Continue reading below to get complete results from WWE Monday Night RAW June 13, 2022, episode with live updates, winners, highlights, videos and more.
The Miz TV with Paul Heyman
Miz TV kicks off the show. He says he is going to introduce a legend from this industry, but Heyman cuts him off and introduces himself. Miz goes on to talk about his Money in the Bank contract exploits and how the winner has 85% chance of winning the world title. Miz asks Heyman that the Money in the Bank contract winner will more likely cash in against Roman Reigns only.
Heyman says they will likely fail because they would be coming against Roman. Heyman brings up Roman Reigns vs Riddle Universal title match at SmackDown this week. Heyman was about to tell us about a stipulation but Riddle cuts him off. Riddle enters and gets into the ring. Some arguments between Miz, Riddle and Heyman. Riddle tells Heyman that Roman and Heyman do not know how capable is he. He asks Heyman about that stipulation because Roman has to kill him to stop him from winning the title.
Heyman says Riddle’s momentum will stop by Roman this week. He adds that he respects Riddle, and goes on to reveal the stipulation that if Riddle does not beat Roman on SmackDown this week, he will never get another title shot until Roman is the champion. Heyman also tell us that The Usos are his opponents tonight. The Usos come out. The Street Profits also come out.
Montez Ford vs Jimmy Uso
Ford takes Jimmy to the corner. Jimmy puts him in a chinlock. Jimmy hits a tackle off the ropes. Ford replies with a dropkick to send Jimmy to the floor. Jimmy comes back and nails Ford with a punch. He whips Ford from corner to corner a couple of times. Ford comes back with a clothesline and a dropkick to get a two-count. He puts him to the mat with an armlock. Jimmy gets back to his feet and hits a tackle.
Jimmy whips him to the corner. Ford nails him with a punch from the apron, and follows by slamming Jimmy’s face into the turnbuckle. Jimmy cuts off his move with a big uppercut on the apron. He hits a suplex on the apron to takes us to a break.
Ford hits back with an elbow and a couple of punches. Jimmy hits him with a suplex. Jimmy puts on a bear hug. Ford escapes and hits a back suplex. Ford nails Jimmy with a series of overhead punches. He hits a clothesline followed by a series of kicks. Jimmy hits back with a thrust kick before Ford drops him with a clothesline. Ford hits a spinebuster to get a two-count. Ford hits an enzuigiri.
Jimmy hits back with a pop-up Samoan drop for a close two-count. They end up on the apron and Jimmy pushes Ford into the ringpost. Ford ducks Uso’s charge and he crashes into the ringpost. Jimmy stops a superplex and drops Ford back to the mat. Ford brings him to the mat with headscissors. Ford hits a frog splash but Jimmy gets his knees up and gets the pin with a lateral pin.
Winner – Jimmy Uso
We get a recap of Seth Rollins attacking an injured Cody Rhodes last week. He gets ready for an interview as we cut to a break.
Kevin Patrick is with Seth Rollins for a sit down interview. Rollins is asked about his attack on Cody last week. Rollins laughs at the question and Patrick asks if he has any remorse. Rollins says what he said last week was truth, but Cody Rhodes is a virus which was infecting WWE. He was becoming a danger to himself and to WWE. Rollins says Cody was looking to win Money in the Bank match with a torn pec.
Rollins says his finest moment was the most iconic MITB cash-in. Patrik tells him that he would have to beat AJ Styles to qualify for ladder match. Rollins says if AJ Styles wants to stand between him and MITB contract, he might have to do exactly the same with AJ as what he did to Cody Rhodes. AJ Styles nails Rollins with a shot and leaves him laid out on the floor.
Dana Brooke vs Becky Lynch
Becky attacks Dana before the match and stomps on her in the corner. Some chants for Becky as she throws Brooke to the floor and then into the barricade. Becky slams her face into the announce table. Becky takes a mic and says this is going on for so long. She says this was not about 24/7 title and Dana can keep it. She talks about forging a path before getting to Money in the Bank ladder match. But, she has something else to do now. She goes to beat up Dana some more. Asuka runs out to start a brawl. Asuka dominates and forces Becky to get back.
Alexa Bliss makes her entrance for the match while Becky is still on the ramp. Becky talks some trash with Bliss, but she just continues with her entrance.
Nikki ASH & Doudrop vs Alexa Bliss & Liv Morgan – Money in the Bank qualifier
Nikki has a new black ring gear. She starts against Bliss and takes her down to the mat. Bliss rolls her over with a pin attempt. Bliss nails her with a couple of shots and a dropkick to get a two-count. Doudrop comes in and Bliss fails to hit her with headscissors. Doudrop hits her with bodyslam and a senton to get a two-count. Nikki hits a bulldog and unloads with some ground and pound. Bliss fights back from a chinlock with a jawbreaker. Bliss avoids a bulldog and tags in Morgan.
Doudrop comes in from the other side. Morgan hits a series of quick kicks to stagger Doudrop. She hits double knees to drop her. A dropkick gets her a two-count. Bliss slams her face to the mat. Nikki breaks the pin. Doudrop hits a body slam on Morgan on the floor before missing a senton. Bliss nails Nikki with a big right and then hits a DDT to get the pin.
Winner – Alexa Bliss & Liv Morgan
Ezekiel vs Kevin Owens
KO avoids a jumping knee and nails a superkick and a cannonball. He hit a Swanton bomb from the top to get a close two-count. Ezekiel sends him into the ringpost as they go to the floor. Ezekiel hits some punches until they return to the ring. Owens drops his face on the ropes. Owens goes to commentary to tell them that it is Elias and not Ezekiel. Ezekiel hits him with a spinebuster as he gets back to the ring.
Ezekiel keeps control for a while. He goes to the top but Owens gets to the floor. Ezekiel picks him up and drops him on the steel steps. We cut to a break with Owens down on the floor.
Owens has a chinlock on Ezekiel as we return. Owens has hit a splash on the floor during the break. He slams Ezekiel to the mat but Ezekiel gets his knees up on a senton. They trade strikes in the middle of the ring. Ezekiel hits a mule kick and more punches. Ezekiel hits a unique suplex before a corner splash. Owens blocks a suplex. Ezekiel blocks Stunner and nails Owens with a jumping knee.
Ezekiel runs into the post now as they fight on the floor. Owens gets into an argument with the commentary team over Ezekiel and Elias. The referee counts him out.
Winner – Ezekiel(via count-out)
After the match, Owens lashes out at the announcer for once again calling him Ezekiel. Owens leaves to the back frustrated. Ezekiel says he is not done with Owens, but he wants to get into Money in the Bank ladder match. Ezekiel then reveals that Elias will be coming to RAW next week.
MVP vs Cedric Alexander
MVP takes the mic and talks to Cedric Alexander about not being able to handle rejection and how he cost them the match against Lashley. He tells Cedric that it is time for Cedric to realize that he is at the bottom while they are at the top. MVP brags that Omos might only have to take a couple of steps to bring down MITB contract. Cedric makes his entrance for the match.
The bell rings. MVP tells Omos that he needs to focus on MITB. Cedric attacks him. He hits a lowdrop kick to his knee. More attack in the corner before hitting a DDT to get a two-count. Omos distracts Cedric and MVP runs him over with a clothesline. MVP drops him on his knees. He hits a balling elbow drop to get a two-count. MVP hits playmaker to get the pin.
Winner – MVP
Seth Rollins vs AJ Styles – Money in the Bank qualifier
AJ Styles is backstage and says MITB contract has eluded him. Styles says Rollins is beneath him and he is going to teach him a lesson tonight. We get a similar promo from Seth Rollins backstage. He dedicates his victory tonight and at Money in the Bank to Cody Rhodes. AJ makes his entrance to take us to a break.
Rollins enters after the break. Styles unloads in the corner. He gets a two-count with a backslide. Rollins nails him with a big right to drop AJ. Rollins unloads with more punches. AJ rolls to the floor and whips Rollins into barricade. A flying forearm from AJ follows from the ropes. Back to the ring, AJ hits a backbreaker. Rollins comes back and drops AJ on the ropes. He knocks off AJ from the apron and hits a suicide dive to drive him into the announce table. We cut to a break.
They trade shots as they return from the break. AJ hits a flurry of strikes to bring Rollins down. AJ drops him face-first into the mat. Rollins comes back with a superkick to get a two-count. Rollins gets his theme song going on from the crowd. AJ puts him in the calf crusher. Rollins breaks it by slamming his face into the mat. AJ puts on the calf crusher again and Rollins grabs the ropes. Rollins hits an enzuigiri and AJ replies with a Pele kick. Both men are down.
They trade shots while on their knees. They get up and continue to trade strikes. Rollins hits a rolling forearm. AJ counters a buckle bomb with a suplex into the turnbuckle. AJ was too close to the ropes and has to adjust Rollins for a pin attempt. Rollins ducks the Phenomenal Forearm and tweaks his knee. Rollins hits him with a chop block. Rollins goes for a pedigree but AJ counters with a back body drop for a close two-count.
AJ goes to the top now. Rollins jumps to the top. AJ tries to trip him but Rollins lands on his feet. Rollins hits a buckle bomb. Nobody is home as Rollins misses a frog splash from the top. AJ goes for the Styles Clash but Rollins hits punches to his knees and gets the pin with a sunset flip.
Winner – Seth Rollins
Riddle vs Ciampa
Miz is on the commentary for this match. Ciampa misses a knee and Riddle takes him down with waistlocks. Ciampa goes for a pin but Riddle puts him in an arm triangle. Ciampa goes on to put him in the corner and stomps on him in the corner. They trade shots in the middle of the ring. Ciampa stomps on his naked foot. Ciampa hits a suplex to get a two-count. Ciampa continues to work on Riddle for a while.
Ciampa stomps on Riddle’s hands. Riddle comes back with chest slaps and Pele kick. He hits running forearms in the corner. Ciampa hits back with an elbow before Riddle hits a powerslam. He hits a draping DDT. Ciampa avoids RKO and puts on the ankle lock. Ciampa works on his feet and then nails a running knee. Riddle kicks out of the pin at a near fall. Riddle blocks a double underhook and nails Ciampa with a jumping knee. He hits a floating bro and an RKO to get the pin.
Winner – Riddle
Everyone is Equal in Judgment Day!
Bianca Belair makes her entrance before the break. She gets an interview with Kevin Patrick. She talks about facing Rhea Ripley at Money in the Bank. She talks about Rhea being opposite her in the Royal Rumble in 2021 when she won. Bianca says Rhea has changed since joining Judgement Day. She will prove at Money in the Bank that she is the smartest, the fastest, the brightest…. and she will beat her at MITB.
Rhea Ripley appears on the big screen. Ripley says The Judgment Day speaks through its actions and not by its words. Finn Balor says they are tired of playing nice and taking orders. Damian Priest says Edge had the right idea when he started The Judgment Day, but he himself started giving them orders, which led to him being ousted. Priest says but now they are all equals in Judgment Day. Ripley says she does not have to tell people that she is intimidating. She just had a tooth knocked loose because she loved it. Ripley tells Bianca that she will eradicate her at MITB to become a two-time RAW Women’s Champion.
Sarah Schreiber is backstage with US Champion Theory who was preparing for his pose-off. Theory says he is going to prove that Bobby Lashley is not on his level and that he is the best investment from Mr. McMahon ever. Theory claims that his 20-year anniversary in 20 years will look nothing like Cena’s 20 years celebration.
Mustafa Ali vs Chad Gable
Some quick action to start the match. Ali hits a hurricanrana and armdrags. Gable avoids a charge in the corner and sends Ali into the turnbuckle. Gable hits knife edge chops before dropping Ali with a double ax handle to get a two-count. Gable shooshes the crowd before he puts Ali in a bow and arrow on his back.
Gable hits a German suplex bridge for a two-count. Gable misses a moonsault. Ali runs him over a bulldog and double ax handles. Ali hits a tornado DDT. Otis tries to pull Gable out of the ring. Ali kicks at him. Gable hits a German Suplex bridge to get the pin.
Winner – Chad Gable
Rey Mysterio vs Veer Mahaan
They lock up and Veer slams Rey into the match right away. Rey hits a dropkick to his knee. Veer tackles him to the mat as he charges again. Veer hits a corner splash before throwing him to the floor. Veer goes to the floor and intimidates Dominik before bringing Rey back. Veer hits a big leg drop. He whips Rey hard from corner to corner.
Rey avoids a corner splash. Rey sends Veer into the turnbuckle with a hurricanrana. Veer hits back with a knee to the face. Veer misses a running shoulder tackle and lands on the floor. Dominik is beside him and gets dropped over the barricade. Veer gets back to the ring. Rey runs the ropes and Veer catches him with a backbreaker on his knees. Veer puts on the Cervical Clutch to get the submission.
Winner – Veer Mahaan
Pose Down with Theory & Lashley
Theory makes his entrance before the break. Adam Pearce is in the ring to be the anchor of Theory invitational Pose Down challenge. He brings out Lashley. Pearce explains the rules. Three poses for both of them – double biceps, side chest, and most muscular. The winner will be decided by WWE Universe. Theory argues with Pearce and claims he has botched the beginning. Pearce tells him to pose on the podium or he will disqualify him.
Theory goes on to do his poses and shows off his muscular body. Lashley tells him that he will bury Theory in this competition and then will beat him in the ring to win the US title. Lashley goes on to pose on the podium. Theory interrupts Pearce again and asks the crowd how won. The crowd cheers for Lashley. Pearce declares Lashley the winner. Theory tells Lashley that there is one more pose remaining. He throws baby oil in Lashley’s eyes and then hits him with a dropkick. Lashley lands on the floor. Theory takes a selfie on the podium. Lashley is checked on as the show goes off the air.
Kevin Owens vs Ezekiel: Last week, Ezekiel falsely admitted that he is Elias to convince Kevin Owens for a rematch. As soon as Owens agreed to it, Ezekiel stated that he lied and attacked Owens. Now, Ezekiel will face Kevin Owens in a singles match and try to get his avenge his loss at Hell in a Cell.
What’s Next for The Judgement Day: Last week, Finn Balor joined The Judgement Day, and right after that the group betrayed their leader Edge and launched a brutal attack on him. This week, the group will address their actions and reveal what it means for the future of Judgement Day.
What’s Next for Rollins: Last week, Seth Rollins attacked Cody Rhodes after telling him that he earned his respect. Now, Seth Rollins will answer for his attack on Cody and would also likely reveal his next target.
Money in the Bank Qualifiers: After the MITB qualifiers on SmackDown, we can expect the same on RAW also.