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WWE raw results, winners and grades as Bray Wyatt Stable debuts

WWE raw results, winners and grades as Bray Wyatt Stable debuts

Featuring the fallout from WWE Clash at the Castle, WWE Raw promoted the long-awaited debut of what many believe to be a Bray Wyatt-inspired stable led by Wyatt’s brother Bo Dallas (Uncle Howdy). In 2022, he, the late Wyatt, returned to WWE via a series of innovative QR code teasers that resembled a White Rabbit. The teases led to a massive boost in viewership when they suggested he could return on the September 23, 2022, broadcast of SmackDown. Although the return didn’t happen this night, the interest in Wyatt’s return was undeniable, and that ultimately paid off with a memorable performance at Extreme Rules 2022.

Sadly, Wyatt wrestled his last match against LA Knight at WWE Royal Rumble before passing away due to health issues. WWE restarted the QR code teases in 2024 and reportedly signed former Wyatt Family member Erick Rowan, leading to natural speculation that a Bray Wyatt Tribute Band was close.

WWE Raw also promoted Money in the Bank qualifying action, which included a Triple Threat pitting Jey Uso against Rey Mysterio and Finn Balor.

Last week’s broadcast of WWE Raw drew 1.609 million viewers.

WWE Results on June 17, 2024

  • Braun Strowman def. Chad Facade
  • Iyo Sky final. Kiana James and Zelina Vega | MITB Women’s Qualifier
  • Carlito for sure. Dragon Lee
  • Kayden Carter and Katana Chance defend. Damage CTRL
  • Source Breakker vs. Sheamus ends in a no contest
  • Jey Uso definitively. Rey Mysterio and Finn Balor | MITB Men’s Qualifier

WWE Raw Ratings

  • June 10, 2024 | 1.609 million
  • June 3, 2024 | 1.679 million
  • May 27, 2024 | 1.690 million
  • May 20, 2024 | 1.733 million
  • May 13, 2024 | 1.589 million

WWE Raw Ticket Sales

  • WWE Raw Location: American Bank Center Arena (Corpus Christi, TX)
  • WWE Raw tickets distributed: 7,781
  • WWE Raw tickets available: 3

WWE Raw Winners and Grades

Seth Rollins returns and challenges Damian Priest

Seth Rollins made his surprise return to WWE Raw, dressed for a yacht party in Season 2 of White Lotus.

Rollins said he returned to win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, bringing out Damian Priest. Luckily, Priest wasn’t injured in last night’s scary spot where he got his foot caught on Drew McIntyre.

Seth Rollins compared himself to Priest when they both won Money in the Bank briefcases, held them for a long time and cashed them at WrestleMania.

Surprisingly, Priest challenged Rollins to a match at Money in the Bank for Priest’s World Heavyweight title.

Seth Rollins vs. Damian Priest Segment Class: B

Braun Strowman defenseman. Chad Facade

Fans are now chanting “One big SOB!” at Braun Strowman. Long live “Take these hands!”

Braun Strowman defeated Chad Gable after repeatedly yelling about how much he hated bullies.

After Gable’s loss, he started bullying Akira Tozawa again. Maxxine Dupri stood up for Tozawa, but Gable also threw her crutch aside. This prompted Otis to stand up to Gable and eventually push him on his butt. Fans chanted for Otis, and even though Cole demanded that Otis “beat up Gable,” Otis simply grumbled away with the Alpha Academy. This felt like a little closure, but not the full closure that Otis could have had.

Braun Strowman vs. Chad Gable Grade: B

Iyo Sky Def. Kiana James and Zelina Vega

Iyo Sky came into this match as favorite to qualify, but not necessarily as favorite to win the Women’s Money in the Bank Briefcase, having already done so last year.

Liv Morgan intervened and distracted Zelina Vega. Note that Morgan was wearing Dominik Mysterio’s cowhide vest.

Iyo Sky vs. Kiana James and Zelina Vega Grade: B

Bron Breakker challenges Sami Zayn for IC title

Fans booed Bron Breakker when he interrupted Sami Zayn’s monologue and encouraged Otis to leave Alpha Academy.

Source Breakker said Zayn knows what he is capable of. He’s left a long list of bodies in the ring and Zayn is next.

Fans barked when Breakker promised to win the Intercontinental Championship, but then chanted for Sami.

The confrontation was then interrupted by Sheamus. As Sheamus discussed never winning the Intercontinental Championship, Breakker interrupted him again. Sheamus essentially called Breakker a flash in the pan, and Sami Zayn suggested the two fight it out for a chance to battle for the Intercontinental Title.

During a backstage segment, Shayna Baszler noted that she made Jade Cargill tap out, but the referee didn’t see it.

Sami Zayn and Bron Breakker Grade: B+

Carlito Def. Dragon Lee

Carlito was accompanied by JD McDonagh and Dominik Mysterio, who were not wearing his vest.

Carlito is still not officially a member of The Day of Judgment, despite the distorted font on his T-shirt and wearing black jeans as ring gear.

Liv Morgan came to the ring with Dominik vests, and Dominik angrily asked for it back. This brought out Zelina Vega, who attacked Vega, leading to an outside brawl. McDonagh cross-checked Lee, leading to a Backstabber from Carlito and the win.

Carlito vs. Dragon Lee Grade: B-

Drew McIntyre is quitting WWE

Backstage, Otis told Chad Gable he was “done.” Alpha Academy followed.

Drew McIntyre retired from WWE and paid tribute to Bret Hart in 1997 when he left WWE after getting screwed over and over again. This entire feud between CM Punk and Drew McIntyre is a shot-for-shot remake of Bret vs. Shawn in 1997. There are way too many Easter Eggs to count.

After Drew McIntyre quit, he was confronted by Triple H, but McIntyre heard nothing of it. I fully expect McIntyre to return Friday on SmackDown to destroy CM Punk in his hometown.

Drew McIntyre Segment Grade: B+

Kayden Carter and Katana Chance final. Damage CTRL

There wasn’t much tension during his match, but after Damage CTRL lost, there was a backstage segment where Iyo Sky again said that Damage CTRL needs to change. If not, Iyo said she would do something about it.

Kayden Carter and Katana Chance vs. Damage CTRL class: C

Source Breaker Vs. Sheamus ends up in a no contest

This was the tough match you would expect, but just as Sheamus was going to the finish, Ludwig Kaiser hit the ring and forced the DQ on Sheamus. It looks like Sheamus will make a spin-off with Kaiser, or there will be a Triple Threat Match for the Intercontinental Championship.

Bron Breakker laid out Sheamus with a spear shortly after Sheamus’ fight with Kaiser. Ludwig broke the mold by attacking Sheamus, targeting his bad leg.

Kaiser ran around the ring to crush Sheamus’ leg, but Breakker ran around the ring at the same time and met Kaiser with one of the biggest spears ever.

Source Breakker vs. Sheamus Grade: B

Jey Uso Final Rey Mysterio and Finn Balor

Jey Uso cut another promo from the crowd before making his entrance through the fans. I feel like the 2024 Money in the Bank briefcase is Chad Gable or Jey Uso’s to lose.

The main event went to the first commercial break at 7:40, leaving plenty of time for the match and the unveiling of a new Bray Wyatt-inspired stable.

Rey Mysterio hit four 619s in the final minute of the match, including one double-619.

Dominik Mysterio interrupted as Mysterio was about to finish off his opponents, bringing out Braun Strowman, who chased Judgment Day out of the arena.

Back in the ring, Jey Uso hit an Uso Splash on Finn Balor as Balor pinned Mysterio. Uso won and became the first of six men to qualify for the men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match.

Jey Uso vs. Rey Mysterio and Finn Balor Grade: B

Bray Wyatt-inspired stable debut

After Uso’s victory, the lights went out and a Sister Abigail-like figure crawled out of a door at the top of the stage (was it Nikki Cross?). She crawled next to a lantern.

The camera then panned backstage to a rabbet with a hammer with the word ‘help’ on it. There were several lifeless bodies, covered in blood, including Chad Gable and Braun Strowman. Finally, Uncle Howdy stopped for “holy s–t” chants. Uncle Howdy joined a person in a gas mask and another person in a plague doctor mask. It looks like the new Wyatt Stable has five members.