WWE Monday Night Raw comes waltzing back into our lives tonight (June 6, 2022) from the Resch Center in Green Bay, Wisconsin, featuring all the fallout from the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view (PPV) that went down just last night just outside Chicago, Illinois.
Sunday’s Hell in a Cell delivered another fun pay-per-view that allowed the Superstars of WWE to show the world what they can do, but the main story coming out of the event was how Cody Rhodes worked his match with a torn pectoral muscle. Here is a full rundown of the results from the PPV:
- Bianca Belair defeated Asuka and Becky Lynch
- Bobby Lashley defeated Omos and MVP
- Kevin Owens defeated Ezekiel
- Judgment Day defeated AJ Styles, Finn Balor and Liv Morgan
- Riddick Moss defeated Happy Corbin
- Theory defeated Mustafa Ali
- Cody Rhodes defeated Seth Rollins
With HIAC now in the books, it’s time for WWE to begin the buildup for Money in the Bank on July 2. Monday’s Raw dealt with all of the fallout from this weekend and much more.
Becky Lynch vs. Dana Brooke
Lynch in control but lo and behold 24/7 Champion Akira Tozawa runs down, the title scene gives chase, Dana scoops him up…
Dana Brooke wins the 24/7 Championship.
Becky Lynch gets on the mic mid-match and says she wants the title to be on the line! If any of them interfere she’ll smash their face in! Dana is game and we go to break.
Becky Lynch vs. Dana Brooke (c) (WWE 24/7 Championship)
Lynch in control, throwing her around with relative ease when Asuka makes his entrance to distract her. Brooke with a schoolboy for a tight two, Becky destroys her with a lariat, sidestep the charge, kicks, dropkick, forearms, handspring back elbow into a bulldog… NOPE!
Dana gets a jackknife pin, Asuka holds Lynch’s leg down…
Dana Brooke wins by pinfall with a jackknife pin to retain the WWE 24/7 Championship.
Post-match, Becky Lynch is understandably apoplectic about her loss.
We get a video package celebrating 20 years since John Cena made his debut and promising his return at Raw on June 27!
The Miz makes his entrance, flanked by Maryse, to send us to break.