Welcome to our WrestlingINC.com live WWE “Raw” viewing party. Tonight’s show is broadcasting live from the Resch Center in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

As of late this evening, one match was announced for tonight’s show.

  • Alexa Bliss vs. Doudrop vs. Liv Morgan vs. Rhea Ripley (*Winner to challenge Bianca Belair for the “Raw” Women’s Championship)

WWE also announced late this evening that The Judgment Day has vowed to add a new member tonight.

Cody Rhodes is scheduled to appear one night after he overcame a torn pectoral muscle to defeat Seth Rollins in a Hell in a Cell match.

Plus, it was announced on last Monday’s “Raw” that Maryse will return to WWE programming tonight.

Our live coverage will begin at 8 PM ET.

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We’re on the air! We start with an extensive video package of last night’s Hell in a Cell match between Cody Rhodes and Seth Rollins.

Jimmy Smith, Byron Saxton, and Corey Graves are on commentary and there’s a countdown clock graphic to The Judgment Day revealing a new member at 10 PM ET. We also get a mention of the 4-way match for a shot at the “Raw” Women’s Championship.

Plus, a new match is announced: a championship contender’s match between the Street Profits and the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos.

Back to the arena, Cody Rhodes makes his entrance. He’s wearing a suit without the jacket and obviously is favoring his right arm.

Cody gets the microphone and the crowd is chanting “Cody”. Cody soaks it in.

Cody says he saw all the comments on social media about his effort last night. He says it’s a privilege for him to do what he does.

Cody says tearing his pectoral tendon was demoralizing but he doesn’t want to be sad about it. He mentions his daughter. Cody gets choked up talking about the day she’s old enough to watch what happened last night. He says what could’ve been a dark night for him saw him continue to fight.

Cody says Seth Rollins is one of the best in the history of “our game”. But Cody admits he still doesn’t like him. He says their trilogy is complete and he’s officially done with Rollins.

Cody wants to talk about what’s above him and the camera pans up to the Money in the Bank briefcases hanging above the ring. Cody says the contract has eluded him his entire career. He says he’s banged up right now but if there was some way he would claim the contract and cash it in to become the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion.

Seth Rollins makes his entrance to interrupt Rhodes. Rollins is looking a little slugging after last night’s match.

Rollins gets a microphone and says he still doesn’t like Rhodes but after what he did last night, Rollins says Rhodes has earned his respect. Rollins says it may have been one of the gutsiest efforts in the history of this industry and Rollins says Rhodes is the toughest man he’s ever shared a ring with.

Rollins says, “Dusty is very proud of his baby boy right now.”

Rollins says he’s out here to shake Cody’s hand. Rollins extends his hand and Rhodes shakes it. Rollins departs. Cody’s music plays. Cody lays down the mic and waves to the crowd, blows a few kisses, and departs. On commentary, Graves says Cody is scheduled for surgery on Wednesday.

Cody reaches the stage and turns to wave at the crowd one more time. Rollins runs out with a sledgehammer and hits Cody from behind. Rollins ripes off Cody’s shirt and stomps on Cody’s injured chest. Referees and officials are trying to get him to stop but Rollins leans on Cody’s injured chest with the sledgehammer.

We got to a commercial break.

Back from the break, Cody is still writhing in pain as officials and medical personnel try to tend to him. Cody refuses their help and stands up by himself. Cody declines a ride to the back on a stretcher and insists on heading backstage on his own two feet.

The commentary team discusses what just happened over a replay of Rollins’ attack.

Back to the arena, Becky Lynch makes her entrance. Dana Brooke is already in the ring.

We get a recap of the “triple threat” match at “Hell in a Cell” where Bianca Belair retained the “Raw” Women’s Championship.

Becky Lynch vs. Dana Brooke

Lynch fires away with strikes and forearms. Akira Tozawa is seen running down to ringside, followed by Reggie, Tamina, T-Bar and R-Truth. Tozawa wanders into the ring and is rolled up by Brooke to win the 24/7 Championship.

Dana Brooke defeated Akira Tozawa via pinfall to win the 24/7 Championship

Lynch takes the microphone and says no one is winning any titles while she’s out there and demands a 24/7 Title match right now and she threatens to beat up anyone who tries to interfere.

We go to a commercial break.

Back from the break, the bell rings.

24/7 Championship Match: Becky Lynch vs. Dana Brooke (c)

Lynch hits a Becks-ploder suplex. And then hits another.

Asuka’s music hits and she makes her entrance.

Lynch is distracted for a moment but then gets back to Brooke and hits another Becks-ploder. Lynch takes a swing at Asuka on the ring apron and Brooke tries to roll up Lynch but Lynch kicks out.

Brooke dropkicks Lynch into the corner and whips her to the opposite corner. Brooke follows with a flying elbow. That gets a 2-count.

Brooks climbs to the top rope but misses a Swanton. Lynch hits a jumping side kick. Brooke reverses another suplex attempt into a rollup. Asuka holds Lynch’s foot from outside the ring and Brooke gets the pin!

Dana Brooke defeated Becky Lynch via pinfall

The commentary team tosses to a video package about John Cena returning to WWE on Monday, June 27 for an episode of “Raw” in Laredo, Texas.

Back in the arena, The Miz and Maryse make their entrance. Riddle will be the guest for the Miz TV segment, but first, we go to a commercial break.

Coming back from the break, Miz and Maryse are in the ring for tonight’s Miz TV segment. Miz gives a glowing introduction for Maryse.

Miz mentions that “Money in the Bank” is coming up soon. Miz mentions he’s cashed in twice and if he does it again that would be a new record.

Miz and Maryse plug the double-episode season premiere of the “Miz & Mrs.” immediately following tonight’s episode of “Raw”. Maryse is not too keen on being in Green Bay. Her “glam team” didn’t even know where it is. The crowd starts to boo. Miz scolds them.

Riddle’s music hits and he makes his entrance.

Riddle gets a microphone and tells Maryse, “Bon jour”. He tries some more French which makes even less sense. Maryse responds in actual French and Riddle has no idea what she said.

Riddle says he hopes Randy Orton comes back soon. Miz cuts him off and says Orton’s career is over and now Riddle is along to get his butt kicked by The Bloodline.

Riddle fires up and tells Miz to shut the hell up. Riddle has a message for Roman Reigns. He wants to take the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship away from him. Riddle says John Cena is playing Peacemaker while Miz is playing homemaker while Maryse drags him around by his tiny balls.

Maryse scolds Riddle. She clarifies that Miz has average balls. Miz eggs her on and Maryse says he has the biggest balls in the world. Riddle wants Miz to prove it. Maryse says Riddle can fight Miz right here, right now.

Riddle says, “RK-Bro 4:20 says I just smoked your ass”. Miz says he can’t fight in a tuxedo so there won’t be a fight right now. Miz and Maryse leave. As they’re leaving the ring, Ciampa attacks Riddle from behind. Miz looks stunned by this.

Ciampa heads up the aisle. Miz says he’s had a second thought and he thinks he will have that match against Riddle right here, right now.

We go to a commercial break.

The Miz vs. Riddle

Back from the break, the match is already underway. Miz is in control.

Riddle blocks a punch and fires up and hits his overhead kick. Riddle hits a series of running forearms to Miz in the corner. Riddle hits Orton’s draping DDT on Miz. Riddle sets up for the RKO but Miz pushes him off and heads outside. Maryse pulls Miz out of harm’s way.

Riddle catches Miz trying to get back in the ring and rips off his pants. Miz manages to hit a back elbow as Riddle enters the ring. Miz gets Maryse’s purse while she distracts the referee but he misses Riddle and gets hit with the RKO for the pin.

Riddle defeated The Miz via pinfall

Riddle celebrates after the match.

The commentary team tosses to a highlight package from Saturday’s NXT “In Your House” event.

Back in the arena, the Street Profits make their entrance. The Usos follow with their own entrance.

Championship Contender’s Match: Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos vs. Street Profits

Angelo Dawkins and Jimmy start out. Dawkins knocks Jey off the ring apron and rolls up Jimmy for a 2-count. Dawkins a flying reverse elbow for another 2-count. He tags in Montez Ford.

A double team by the Profits gets a 2-count. Jimmy rolls out of the ring to confer with Jey on the floor. Jimmy rolls back in and tags in Jey.

Jey powers Ford into the corner and fires away with punches. Ford blocks a punch and comes back with a chop and a running dropkick. Ford tags in Dawkins and they hit a double shoulder block and an assisted moonsault for a 2-count. Jey rolls out of the ring.

Jey gets back in the ring. Dawkins tags in Ford. Ford hits a backdrop suplex and clotheslines Jey out of the ring. Ford goes out after Jey this time and hits a diving somersault splash from the ring steps.

We go to a commercial break.

Back from the break, The Usos hit a double spinebuster on Dawkins. Jimmy chokes him across the middle rope.

Jey tags in and hits a big splash in the corner for a 2-count. Jey mounts Dawkins and punches away. Jey taunts him and hits a big punch that floors Dawkins.

Jimmy tags in and punches Dawkins in the corner. Jimmy hits a running hip attack to Dawkins in the corner. Dawkins tumbles out to the ring apron. He blocks punches by both Usos but a kick sends Dawkins to the floor.

The Usos whip Dawkins into the steel ring steps and we head to a commercial break.

Back from the break, Jey covers Ford for a 2-count. Ford hits a dive onto Jey on the floor. Jimmy follows with his own dive. Dawkins follows with a dive that takes out both Usos.

Dawkins hits a spinebuster on Jey. Ford follows with a frog splash. Jimmy breaks up the pin attempt.

Ford pursues Jey on the floor but gets rammed into the ring post and the barricade. Jey misses a superkick and tumbles into the timekeeper’s area. Ford rolls into the ring and The Usos are counted out.

Street Profits defeated The Usos via countout

Riddle is out to celebrate with the Profits.

Back to the announce table, the commentary team resets the start of the show, when Seth Rollins attacked Cody Rhodes.

Back in the arena, Bobby Lashley makes his entrance.

We go to a commercial break.

Back from the break, Lashley is in the ring with a microphone. He says it didn’t have to end this way between him and MVP. He says he considered MVP like family.

Lashley says MVP and Omos had every advantage at “Hell in a Cell” but it wasn’t enough, He says it felt good to have MVP locked in the Hurt Lock.

Lashley talks about what’s next but before he finishes his thought he’s interrupted by Theory.

Theory says this is his time. He deserves it. He says someone helped Lashley win his match at “Hell in a Cell” but he won his match all by himself. He tells Lashley to get out of the ring.

Lashley says this isn’t Theory’s ring. It’s his. Lashley suggests they have a fight. Theory seems cool with this and flexes his biceps at him. Lashley flexes his.

Lashley says it Theory is so confident, why doesn’t he put his United States Championship on the line.

Theory says Lashley doesn’t deserve a title match. Theory says Lashley has beaten Brock Lesnar and Drew McIntyre but he’s never beaten Theory. Theory turns to take a selfie and Lashley boots him out of the ring. Theory is upset but not enough to get back in the ring with Lashley.

Commentary tosses to highlights of Veer Mahaan beating up Dominiik Mysterio two months ago.

Back in the arena, Rey and Dominik Mysterio make their entrance. Dominik will face Veer Mahaan next, but first, we go to a commercial break.

Back from the break, Veer Mahaan makes his entrance.

We get a picture-in-picture promo from Veer. He calls Dominik an “annoying fly” that he looks forward to crushing.

Veer Mahaan vs. Dominik Mysterio (with Rey Mysterio)

Dominik grabs a waist lock. Veer reverses and takes down Dominik. Dominik finally rolls out of the hold. He taunts Veer and then dodges a charge.

Veer spills to the floor and comes back in hot, chasing Dominik around the ring and back into the ring. Commentary hypothesizes that Dominik is testing Veer’s gas tank.

Veer finally catches Dominik but Dominik hits some kicks from the ring apron and drops a leg on Veer when he slides into the ring. Dominik comes off the ropes and Veer clobbers him with a flying body attack.

Veer stomps away on Dominik. He lifts Dominik on his shoulders but Dominik grabs the top rope and slips off. Veer grabs him and slams him down on the ring apron and Dominik spills to the floor.

Veer throws Dominik into Rey Mysterio and they both go down. Veer kicks down Rey too.

We go to a commercial break.

Back from the break, Veer has Dominik grounded but Dominik fights back to his feet. Veer sends him into the corner but misses a charge.

Dominik catches him coming in on another charge and drop toe holds him into the middle turnbuckle. Dominik gets caught by Veer and eats a back elbow. Veer misses another charge and crashes into the ring post. Dominik hits a 619 while Veer is still between the ropes in the corner. Dominik hits a frog splash but it only gets a 1-count.

Dominik tries for a tornado DDT but Veer tosses him off and hits his “Million Dollar Arm” lariat. He jumps down on Dominik but Rey has seen enough and attacks Veer for the disqualification.

Veer Mahaan defeated Dominik Mysterio via disqualification

Rey escapes with Dominik as Veer looks on.

We get a recap of Sunday night’s win for The Judgment Day over AJ Styles, Finn Balor, and Liv Morgan.

Back in the arena, The Judgment Day makes its entrance.

We go to a commercial break.

Back from the break, we’re reminded that John Cena will be on “Raw” on June 27.

Back to the ring to The Judgment Day. Damian Priest tells the “WWE Universe” to “all rise for The Judgment Day”.

Ripley says control is an illusion. The Judgment Day was always destined for victory on Sunday and their message is spreading like wildfire. She says their destiny has no limitations.

Priest says Ripley’s destiny is to once again become the “Raw” Women’s Championship and when she wins tonight’s 4-way she’ll be one step closer to omnipotence.

Edge takes over and tries to shut down the “What?” chants by the crowd. He says he’s proud of Priest and Ripley and how much they’ve grown under his learning tree. Edge says they listened but someone else has been listening too. So, right now, he’ll introduce the newest member of The Judgment Day.

They look toward the stage and Finn Balor’s music plays. Commentary is confused by this. Balor makes his entrance and shakes Edge’s hand. The crowd seems genuinely stunned by this.

Edge says he could sense something changing during their match Sunday night. Edge asks Balor to explain how this came to pass.

Balor says the look Edge saw was one of clarity. He says joining them was not a choice. It was a calling. He says he’s tired of trying to be someone he’s not. He says he should’ve been upset about being pinned by Edge Sunday night but he wasn’t. Instead, he was in awe. So, he says he reached out Ripley and Priest after their match Sunday night.

Priest says Balor is one of the best of all time. He says they’re ready to shed the last bit of limitations holding us back. “Which is you.” And by “you”, Priest means Edge. Priest, Balor, and Ripley attack Edge. Balor finishes him off with a Coup de Grace.

It looks like The Judgement Day is under new management.

Edge tries to fight back but Priest and Balor beat him down and send him spilling to the floor. Priest hits the Razor’s Edge on Edge through the announce table.

They’re not done. They roll Edge into the ring. Ripley gets a few steel chairs. Ripley breaks off one of the chair supports and Balor puts it in Edge’s mouth and pulls back.

Priest lays Edge’s head on top of one of the chairs. Officials are trying to get involved but they’re too late and Priest hits a Conchairto on Edge.

We go to a commercial break.

Back from the break, we get a recap of Priest, Ripley, and Balor turning on Edge and taking over The Judgment Day.

Back in the arena, Omos makes his entrance. Cedric Alexander is already in the ring.

We get a quick recap of Alexander getting involved in the match between Lashley and Omos & MVP Sunday night.

Omos (with MVP) vs. Cedric Alexander

Alexander charges at Omos but he powers him straight up for the tree slam and gets the pin. This match was over in a matter of seconds.

Omos defeated Cedric Alexander via pinfall

After the match, the Dirty Dawgs – Dolph Ziggler and Robert Roode – make their entrance for an interview on the stage with Kevin Patrick. MVP and Omos clearly took offense and they shove MVP off the stage. MVP and Omos chase the Dawgs backstage.

Back at the announce desk, Jimmy Smith says Sunday’s event was the most-watched “Hell in a Cell” in WWE history.

Back to the arena, Otis makes his entrance, accompanied by Chad Gable. He’s set to face Ezekiel. But first, we go to a commercial break.

Back from the break, Ezekiel makes his entrance.

Ezekiel vs. Otis (with Chad Gable)

Ezekiel ducks a punch but his chop has no effect. A back elbow by Otis takes down Ezekiel. Otis rams him into the corner and drives his shoulder into Ezekiel’s gut. Otis hoists him up for an overhead suplex. That gets a 2-count.

Otis grabs Ezekiel’s head to try to keep him grounded. Ezekiel fights to his feet and runs Otis into the corner. Ezekiel fires away with punches and strikes. A clothesline attempt is caught by Otis but Ezekiel slips out and rolls up Otis to get the pin.

Ezekiel defeated Otis via pinfall

Ezekiel gets on the microphone. He says he came up short against Kevin Owens but he wants a rematch next Monday.

Kevin Owens’ music plays and Owens walks out onto the stage. Owens wonders why he’d give Ezekiel a rematch. But he says he’s in such a good mood and he’s feeling generous so Ezekiel can have a rematch, on the condition that he admits he is Elias right now.

Ezekiel says, “OK, you got me Kevin. I admit it.” Owens says that’s not good enough. He wants to hear the words. Ezekiel says, “I admit my name is Elias”. Owens is thrilled by this moment of vindication. Owens agrees to the rematch next week. Ezekiel says he can’t believe Owens fell for that. Ezekiel says he lied. “I’m Ezekiel”. Ezekiel knocks out Owens with a jumping knee and gets out of the ring before the Alpha Academy can get to him.

Commentary tosses to a highlight package from Sunday night’s “Raw” Women’s Championship match.

Back in the arena, Bianca Belair makes her entrance. The 4-way match to determine her title challengers at “Money in the Bank” is next. But first, we go to a commercial break.

Back from the break, we get a look at some of the Green Bay Packers at ringside.

Commentary resets highlights from earlier tonight of Finn Balor, Damian Priest, and Rhea Ripley turning on Edge and taking over The Judgment Day. Edge was taken away on a stretcher. Jimmy Smith was taken to a medical facility with head injuries. Stay tuned to WWE social media for updates.

Back in the arena, Alexa Bliss makes her entrance. Then, Doudrop makes her entrance, accompanied by Nikki A.S.H. Then, Liv Morgan makes her entrance. Then, Rhea Ripley makes her entrance. Then, we go to a commercial break.

Back from the break, we get another reminder that John Cena will return to “Raw” on June 27.

Fatal 4-Way Match: Alexa Bliss vs. Doudrop (with Nikki A.S.H.) vs. Liv Morgan vs. Rhea Ripley

The winner of this match challenges Bianca Belair for the “Raw” Women’s Championship at “Money in the Bank”.

All four go at it right away. Morgan and Ripley trade punches until Ripley hits her with a headbutt.

Ripley and Doudrop face off. They trade some forearms and clothesline but they don’t have much effect. Ripley goes low and tries to lift up Doudrop but can’t do it. Doudrop lifts Ripley but Ripley slips out the back.

Morgan and Bliss grab Doudrop’s feet from outside the ring and pull her out of the ring. Bliss and Morgan try to double team Ripley but Ripley fights off Bliss. Morgan hits a step-up knee strike in the corner on Ripley but Ripley catches Morgan’s attempt at a corner splash and clotheslines her down.

Bliss re-enters but Ripley overpowers her and knees her in the gut. She slams Bliss into the corner and across the ring into the other. Ripley stomps on Bliss in the corner.

Bliss fights back with some kicks but Ripley flattens her with some forearm strikes. Ripley stands on Bliss’ back and waves at Belair watching at ringside. Ripley tries a suplex but Morgan interrupts it and she sends Ripley out of the ring.

Bliss tries to dive out onto Ripley but gets caught. Morgan follows to take them down and then Doudrop follows to flatten Morgan on the floor as we go to a commercial break.

Back from the break, Doudrop is pounding on Bliss in the ring. Bliss fights back to her feet but gets clotheslined back down for a 2-count. Doudrop lifts up Bliss and whips her into the corner and follows with a splash. She pauses to pose but Morgan surprises her with a Codebreaker. Ripley enters but gets a dropkick from Morgan.

Morgan comes off the second rope with a hurricanrana. Doudrop levels Morgan. Bliss hits a sunset bomb on Ripley. Doudrop splashes Bliss, but Morgan breaks up the pin attempt.

Doudrop hits a sit-out powerbomb on Morgan but Bliss breaks up the pin attempt. Doudrop punches down Bliss and climbs to the second rope. Ripley cuts off Doudrop and climbs up with her. Morgan and Bliss pull both of them down for the “Tower of Doom” superplex. All four women are down.

Bliss covers Doudrop while Morgan covers Ripley but both kick out. Bliss and Morgan stare at each other. They try to get roll-ups on one another but they keep kicking up. They lock each other into a small package and roll around the ring. Bliss gets to her feet and hits a DDT. She goes to the top rope but Morgan gets her knees up on Twisted Bliss.

Morgan goes for Oblivion on Doudrop but Nikki holds Doudrop’s pants to block it. Bliss levels Nikki. Morgan tries a cross body for Doudrop catches her and hits a Michinoku Driver. Ripley breaks up the pin attempt. Ripley hits Doudrop with the Riptide and that gets the pin.

Rhea Ripley defeated Doudrop and Alexa Bliss and Liv Morgan via pinfall

It’ll be Bianca Belair defending the “Raw” Women’s Championship against Rhea Ripley at “Money in the Bank”.

Finn Balor and Damian Priest join Ripley in the ring after the match as they stare down Belair.

That’s our show!

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