WWE Raw Results 6/3 - We Hear From Liv Morgan, Damian Priest Takes On Rey Mysterio & More

Welcome to Wrestling Inc.'s results for "WWE Raw" on June 3, 2024, coming to you live from the Giant Center in Hershey, Pennsylvania!

After successfully defending the WWE Women's World Championship against Becky Lynch in a Steel Cage match in her first defense since becoming titleholder at WWE King and Queen Of The Ring, Liv Morgan shocked the WWE Universe and Dominik Mysterio when she kissed him after he inadvertently helped her retained. Dominik had unlocked the door of the Steel Cage looking to help Lynch escape, but his plan proved to be unsuccessful when Braun Strowman blindsided him with an attack. Following the events of last week, Morgan will be appearing on tonight's show with something on her mind to share.


Just under two weeks before he defends the World Heavyweight Championship against Drew McIntyre at WWE Clash At The Castle on June 15, titleholder Damain Priest looks to gain some momentum heading into the bout as he collides with Rey Mysterio in a non-title match. The Judgment Day member and the LWO member encountered one another during last week's edition of "Raw" when Priest delivered South of Heaven to Rey in a post-match brawl after Rey had defeated his former ally and Judgment Day prospect Carlito.

Speaking of the match between Rey and Carlito last week, Finn Balor became involved after he blindsided Dragon Lee with an attack on the outside and sent him over the announce desk. In light of such, Balor and Lee will be going head-to-head as they look to settle their issues.


Bron Breakker has been a force to be reckoned with since moving to "Raw" during the WWE Draft in April, racking up a handful of wins and attacking Superstars both post-match and backstage. One such attack came two weeks ago when Breakker blindsided Ricochet backstage and sent him crashing through a road case. After being cleared last week to return to action, Ricochet has his chance to seek retribution tonight as he goes one-on-one with Breakker.

Sheamus will be returning to televised action for the first time since the May 6 episode of "Raw" when he lost a First Round King Of The Ring Tournament match to eventual winner GUNTHER as he faces Ludwig Kaiser. The pair found themselves involved in a verbal confrontation last week over Sheamus' aforementioned loss to GUNTHER that ultimately turned into a major pull-apart brawl between them at ringside.

Additionally, Kiana James will be competing in her first match on "Raw" since being moved up from "NXT" during the WWE Draft as she squares off with Natalya. The Authors of Pain will also be taking on New Day's Xavier Woods and Kofi Kingston after coming face-to-face during a verbal exchange last week.

We are live! Michael Cole and Pat McAfee greet audiences at home before throwing it to a video recapping Liv Morgan dethroning Becky Lynch for the Women's World Championship at King & Queen Of The Ring, as well as her defense against Lynch last week.


Back at ringside, Morgan then makes her way out.

We Hear From Liv Morgan

Morgan welcomes fans to the Liv Morgan Revenge Tour, and says that while some say revenge isn't as sweet as it seems, she begs to differ. She gloats about taking out Rhea Ripley and becoming Women's World Champion, then says she put Becky Lynch into early retirement last week and the cherry on top was kissing Dominik Mysterio.


Dominik's music hits, and he makes his way out. He says he doesn't know what game she's playing, then says Ripley is going to destroy her when she returns. Morgan tells Dominik Ripley will destroy him too, then asks how long he's going to keep lying to himself. She says Dominik came to the ring last week to be closer to her as she moves closer to him, then says she wants to take everything from Ripley including him. Dominik backs away, and Morgan keeps moving into the corner as she flirts with him. Finn Balir then enters the ring and tells Morgan that Dominik and Judgment Day want nothing to do with her. Morgan then asks Balor what if Dominik doesn't want her to do, but agrees to leave the ring. She then flirts with Dominik once more as Dominik lets a little smile escape and heads to the back.


We then head backstage to Sheamus, where he chats with Jackie Redmond about Ludwig Kaiser before making his way down to the ring. Kaiser attacks him on the ramp, but officials run down to separate the two men. 

Ludwig Kaiser vs. Sheamus

The bell rings and Sheamus lands a suplex on Kaiser. Kaiser responds with a kick to him and fires off several chops, but Sheamus lands a few of his own and a right hand. He stomps on Kaiser's face, but Kaiser responds with a dropkick. Sheamus levels Kaiser and delivers a kick to him, but Kaiser delivers a few strikes of his own. Sheamus grasps his knee on the apron, and Kaiser jams his boot into Sheamus' face.


Sheamus clotheslines Kaiser out of the ring, but Kaiser sends Sheamus' knee bouncing off the ring apron and lands a couple chops. Kaiser then delivers a Stunner to Sheamus off the top rope and connects with an enzuigiri before sending him crashing into the ring post and landing a dropkick on his knee.

Back from the break, Kaiser looks to land The Ten Beats Of The Bodhran on Sheamus. Sheamus prevents him from executing it and lands a clothesline on him, then hits a back elbow. Kaiser delivers a pair of lariats on Sheamus, but Sheamus catches him with a bodyslam. He sets up for the Celtic Cross on Kaiser, but Kaiser escapes and continues wearing down Sheamus' knee.

The referee checks on Sheamus and his knee, and looks to call for the bell to stop the match. Sheamus keeps him from doing so, and Kaiser fires off strikes on him in the corner. Sheamus fires back with several chops, then whips Kaiser into the corner. He connects with a jumping knee on him, then sets up for the Brogue Kick. Kaiser sees him coming and rolls him up, but Sheamus kicks out. Sheamus then delivers The Ten Beats Of The Bodhran and gets Kaiser up on his shoulders. He ascends to the top, but Kaiser escapes and delivers an enzuigiri to Sheamus' knee. He then pins Sheamus for the win.


Winner: Ludwig Kaiser

We then head backstage to Judgment Day's lounge, where Damian Priest checks in with Dominik Priest, Finn Balor, and JD McDonagh.

Back at ringside, Dragon Lee makes his way down. Finn Balor and JD McDonagh follow.

Dragon Lee vs. Finn Balor (w/ JD McDonagh)

The bell rings and the two lock up. They go back and forth with submission holds before Lee delivers an arm drag to Balor off the top rope. He lands a second arm drag, but Balor sends Lee crashing into the top turnbuckle face first and lands a chop. He fires off a couple shoulders on Lee's midsection in the corner, then connects with a hurricanrana and delivers a tope suicida.


Back from the break, Balor whips Lee onto the mat. He lands a chop, but Lee fires off right hands on Balor and lands a kick on Balor's chest. McDonagh hops up on the apron, and Balor rolls up Lee. Lee kicks out and delivers a sit-out powerbomb on Balor. Lee gets Balor up on his shoulders, but McDonagh hops up on the apron once again. Lee clocks her and ascends to the top, but Carlito pushes him down while the referee is distracted. Balor joins Lee on the ropes, but Lee fights him off. He delivers a crossbody off the top to Carlito on the outside, then fires off right hands. He levels McDonagh, then gets back inside the ring. Balor then dropkicks Lee into the corner and lands a Coup De Grace on him for the win.


Winner: Finn Balor

After the match, Carlito fires off right hands on Lee. Braun Strowman's music hits, and he makes his way down to the ring with Rey Mysterio. He then takes out Carlito and goes after him on the outside, but Judgment Day retreats through the crowd.

Back from the break, Sami Zayn makes his way down to the ring.

We Hear From Sami Zayn

Zayn says it's good to be back in Pennsylvania, and the last time he was there was for WrestleMania where he won the Intercontinental Championship. He says he hasn't really enjoyed winning the title because of one throne in his side: Chad Gable. He says Gable can blame whatever or whoever he wants, but when it comes down to it, it's about him and Gable. He then calls Gable and the rest of Alpha Academy out to the ring.


Maxxine Dupri, Akira Tozawa, and Otis then make their way down to the ring. Dupri says Gable told them Zayn doesn't deserve his respect or time tonight, and gave them a message for Zayn. Zayn tells Dupri she doesn't need to do this, and Dupri reads Gable's statement. Gable's statement is filled with digs at Zayn, Tozawa, Otis, and Dupri herself, and says the only way their issues end is with Zayn giving Gable his Intercontinental Championship match. Zayn tells Dupri that he agrees to defend his Intercontinental Championship against him at Clash At The Castle.

Zayn then lays down his title and addresses Dupri, Tozawa, and Otis. He asks them if they've had enough of being paraded and humiliated by Gable, then says they're all better than that. He says Gable doesn't get to decide what Dupri, Tozawa, and Otis are worth, then says having been in their shoes before with The Bloodline, they need to set themselves free.


Gable blindsides Gable in the ring and rains down right hands on him. Dupri, Tozawa, and Otis watch as Gable delivers a German suplex to Zayn. He calls Otis over, then holds Zayn in place. Otis clenches his right hand, but hesitates to strike Zayn. Gable slaps Otis and gets in his face, but Tozawa intervenes. Gable then gets in Tozawa's face and shoves him, then grabs his shirt. Dupri pulls Gable away from Tozawa, and Gable gets in her face. Dupri gets on her knees and begs Gable, but Gable kicks her, Tozawa, and Otis out of the ring as he continues berating them.

Otis steps between Gable and Dupri and Tozawa on the apron, and Zayn fires off strikes on Gable. Gable sends Zayn crashing into Dupri and Tozawa on the apron, and Gable tries gaslighting Otis into thinking Zayn did it of his own accord. Otis believes Gable and delivers a slam to Zayn. Otis carries Dupri and Tozawa to the back as Gable remains in the ring. He stands over Zayn and holds up the Intercontinental Championship.

We then head backstage and watch Adam Pearce watch what just happened from his office. Bron Breakker walks in and congratulates Pearce on putting him in a match with real competition. Pearce says Breakker doesn't deserve it but he deserved the second fine he received. He says the only reason Breakker is facing Ricochet tonight is because Ricochet asked for the match.


Back at ringside, Ricochet makes his way down. 

Back from the break, we head backstage to Alpha Academy where Chad Gable congratulates Dupri, Tozawa, and Otis on what happened with Zayn. He says they'll win his Intercontinental Championship at Clash At The Castle as a team and walks away in a great mood. 

Back at ringside, Bron Breakker makes his way out.

Bron Breakker vs. Ricochet

The bell rings and Ricochet slaps Breakker. He fires off right hands on Breakker, then lands a kick on his midsection. Ricochet then delivers a hurricanrana on Breakker and connects with a dropkick before he lands an enzuigiri on him from the apron. Breakker levels Ricochet with a clothesline, then gets him up on his shoulders on the outside and delivers a Military Press to him that sends him crashing into the barricade.


Back from the break, Ricochet delivers a shoulder to Breakker's midsection. He follows it up with a springboard moonsault and ascends to the top, then looks to land a 450 Splash. Breakker avoids it, but Ricochet delivers Recoil and goes for a pin. Breakker kicks out and delivers a hurricanrana to Ricochet off the top rope, then follows it up with a spear for the win.

Winner: Bron Breakker

After the match, Breakker continues beating down Ricochet and grabs the ring steps. Officials run down to the ring to separate them, and Ilja Dragunov appears. Breakker tosses the ring steps at him, then retreats through the crowd.

Back from the break, Natalya makes her way down to the ring. Kiana James follows.


Kiana James vs. Natalya

The bell rings and the two lock up. They go back and forth before James sends Natalya crashing into the middle turnbuckle face first and fires off stomps on her. She then lands a series of shoulders on Natalya's midsection and whips her into the corner. Natalya levels James with a discus lariat, then connects with a dropkick on her and goes for a pin. James kicks out, and Natalya delivers a German suplex to her. She looks to lock in a Sharpshooter on her, but James grabs onto the ring apron to prevent her from locking it in. James then delivers the 401K to Natalya for the win.


Winner: Kiana James

We then head backstage to New Day chatting with Jackie Redmond. Karrion Kross walks in, and the two parties find themselves involved in a heard verbal exchange. When Kofi Kignston walks off, Kross tells Xavier Woods that he won't need Kingston after tonight.

Back at ringside, Braun Strowman makes his way down. Carlito follows.

Carlito vs. Braun Strowman

Carlito wastes no time going after Strowman as he gets in the ring. The bell sounds and Carlito dropkicks him into the corner. Strowman runs him over with a shoulder tackle and a right hand to Carlito's midsection, but Strowman dumps Carlito across the ring. Finn Balor and JD McDonagh try distracting Strowman, but Strowman knocks them off the apron. Carlito looks to land a backstabber, but Strowman stays standing and sends Carlito crashing into the mat face first.


Winner: Braun Strowman

After the match, Judgment Day looks to beat down Strowman. Strowman levels McDonagh, Balor, and Carlito before Dominik Mysterio appears at ringside. Dominik tries blindsiding Strowman, but Strowman sees him coming. Dominik looks to hit Strowman with a chair, but Strowman stays on his feet. He intimidates Dominik up the ramp, but Liv Morgan appears and inserts herself between Dominik and Strowman.

JD McDonagh grabs the chair and hits Strowman's knee with it repeatedly as Balor and McDonagh hold Strowman in place. On the outside, Morgan flirts with Dominik as Dominik slowly backs away looking more flirty himself than he did earlier tonight. Balor intervenes once again.

Back from the break, Jade Cargill and Bianca Belair make their way down to the ring.


We Hear From Jade Cargill and Bianca Belair

Belair says it's been a minute since she's been in a "Raw" ring, but now that she's one half of the WWE Women's Tag Team Champions, she and Cargill will show up and show out. Cargill says she and Belair got a special invitation to "Raw" from Shayna Baszler and Zoey Stark, and since they have a lot to say, they can say it to their faces. She then invites the pair to the ring.


Stark and Baszler make their way down to the ring, and Stark says it's been the Women's Tag Team Championship has been on "Raw". Cargill and Belair tell them the title would be on "Raw" more if they won it, and Baszler becomes angered. Cargill then challenges Stark and Baszler to a Women's Tag Team Championship match, and Adam Pearce appears at ringside to make the match official.

Jade Cargill and Bianca Belair (c) vs. Zoey Stark and Shayna Baszler for the WWE Women's Tag Team Championship

Belair and Baszler begin the action. The bell rings and the two lock up. Belair sends Baszler crashing into the mat, but Baszler fires off stomps on Belair in the corner. Belair sends Baszler crashing into the corner, then tags in Cargill. Cargill delivers a splash to Baszler in the corner, then tags in Belair. Cargill delivers a bodyslam to Baszler before Stark tags in and delivers a dropkick off the top rope. Cargill tags in and sends Stark crashing into the mat face first. She sets up for a powerbomb, but Stark escapes.


Stark delivers an enzuigiri to Cargill from the apron and ascends to the top. Cargill gets her in a delayed vertical suplex position, but Baszler saves Stark. Belair then gets in the ring, and both her and Cargill deliver double delayed vertical suplexes to Baszler and Stark.

Back from the break, Belair and Stark tag in. Belair delivers a pair of back elbows to Stark and a back suplex to Baszler, then lands a shoulder on her midsection in the corner and rains down right hands on her. She then delivers a backbreaker to Baszler and a spinebuster to Stark, then follows it up with a springboard moonsault on Stark. Belair pins Stark, but Baszler breaks the fall.

Baszler tags in and delivers a knee to Belair. She pins her, but Belair kicks out. Stark tags in and Cargill pulls Baszler out of the ring. She sends her crashing into the ring steps, but Baszler then sends Cargill colliding with them. Back in the ring, Stark rolls up Belair. Belair kicks out and lands KOD on Stark. Before she can pin her, Alba Fyre and Isla Dawn appear in the ring to attack Belair and Cargill, causing a disqualification.


Winners (and still): Jade Cargill and Bianca Belair (disqualification due to outside interference)

After the match, Baszler, Stark, Fyre, and Dawn work together to beat down Cargill and Belair.

Back from the break, Jey Uso makes his way out into the crowd.

We Hear From Jey Uso

Jey says he has big plans for the summer, and says last year, he was going to civil war with The Bloodline. He says he lost his brothers, cousin, and family, then says he stayed in the fight knowing one day he could fight on his own. He says he can finally be "Main Event" Jey Uso now, then thanks fans for their support on his own journey. He says it's time for him to deliver one more time, and says he has one more plan for the summer: win the Men's Money In The Bank briefcase.


We then head backstage to Lyra Valkyria chatting with Cathy Kelley about Becky Lynch and her journey on "Raw". Valkyria says she's looking ahead to the Women's Money In The Bank Ladder Match before IYO SKY appears and attacks Valkyria, still enraged by losing to her in the Queen Of The Ring semifinals and sending her crashing on top of a roadcase.

Back at ringside, New Day makes their way down. The Final Testament follows.

Authors of Pain (w/ The Final Testament) vs. New Day

Woods and Rezar begin the action. The bell rings and Woods lands a dropkick on Rezar. He rains down right hands on him in the corner, then lands a kick on his midsection. Rezar levels Woods with a boot, then rains down right hands on him. Akam tags in and rains down forearms on Woods, then tags Rezar back in. Rezar wears down Woods with a neck submission, but Woods connects an enzuigiri on him. Akam tags back in, and Woods lands a superkick on him. Scarlett hops up on the apron as Kross gets in Kingston's face on the outside Woods looks to tag out, but Kingston is distracted by Kross. Akam and Rezar then deliver What A Rush for the win.


Winners: Authors of Pain

Rey Mysterio then makes his way down to the ring. Damian Priest follows.

Damian Priest vs. Rey Mysterio

The bell rings and the two lock up. Priest levels Rey with a boot, then delivers an elbow to him in the corner and follows it up with a Broken Arrow. Rey delivers a kick to Priest's face, then delivers a hurricanrana that sends him crashing out of the ring and follows it up with a springboard moonsault. Rey gets Priest back inside the ring, but Priest levels him with an elevated flatliner. Priest then fires off stomps on Rey in the corner.


Back from the break, Priest whips Rey into the corner and delivers a Sidewalk Slam. He then delivers a forearm on Rey that sends him to the outside, and the referee begins a ten count. Rey beats it and crawls back inside the ring, but Priest whips him into the corner. Rey rocks Priest with a kick, then delivers an enzuigiri and lands a kick on his thigh. Priest whips Rey into the corner and charges at him, but Rey moves out of the way and sends Priest crashing into the middle turnbuckle face first.

Priest looks to land South of Heaven on Rey on the apron, but Rey blocks it and lands a kick on him. Rey ascends to the top and delivers a senton to Priest, then follows it up with a springboard crossbody and fires off a shoulder on his midsection. He rains down right hands on Priest in the corner, but Priest sends him crashing into the opposite corner. Rey then sends Priest crashing into the mat.


Priest sits Rey on the top turnbuckle and delivers a forearm to his spine, then ascends to the middle rope and sets Rey up for Razor's Edge. Rey escapes and delivers a hurricanrana to Priest off the top rope, then dropkicks him into the ropes. He dials it up for the 619 and delivers a splash to Priest over the top rope. He goes for a pin, but Priest kicks out.

Carlito appears and hops up on the apron, but Dragon Lee is hot on his heels to take him down. Finn Balor and JD McDonagh then appear to take out Lee, but Rey flies over the top rope to level them. Rey gets back in the ring and ascends to the top, but Priest pulls him down and lands South of Heaven for the win.

Winner: Damian Priest

After the match, Drew McIntyre blindsides Priest. He lands a Future Shock DDT on him, then picks up the World Heavyweight Championship. He sets up for the Claymore Kick, but Carlito, Balor, and McDonagh all get in the ring one at a time to prevent McIntyre from landing the maneuver. McIntyre levels them all, then clears the announce desk looking to send Priest crashing though it. Priest manages to chokeslam McIntyre through the announce desk and stands over him, surrounded by the rest of Judgment Day (without Dominik) and holding up the World Heavyweight Championship as the show goes off the air.