WWE Raw Results 6/2/14

Pro Wrestling Editor
06.02.14 48 Comments

Here are your quick and dirty, editorial-free WWE Raw results for June 2, 2014. The show was headlined by a John Cena confrontation with Stephanie McMahon (and Kane), and Randy Orton vs. Roman Reigns. Well, sort of.

Be back tomorrow for the Best and Worst of WWE Raw column.

WWE Raw results:

– Triple H wanted to continue the feud between Evolution and The Shield, but Batista wanted a one-on-one match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Triple H told him that there was a plan in place and that’d happen eventually, so Batista quit, saying he’d gotten nothing but false promises since returning.

1. Rob Van Dam and Sheamus defeated Intercontinental Champion Bad News Barrett and Cesaro. Cesaro abandoned Barrett, leaving him to take a Brogue Kick from Sheamus and a Five-star Frog Splash from Van Dam for the loss.

– Damien Sandow came to the ring dressed as Indian Pacers player Lance Stephenson and showed off his basketball skills. Big Show showed up, punched him, then dunked a basketball.

2. Bo Dallas defeated Kofi Kingston. Bo won with a bulldog.

– Stephanie McMahon and John Cena argued about Daniel Bryan and what should happen to the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Cena called Stephanie a bunch of names. She put him in a match with Kane.

3. John Cena defeated Kane. Cena won by DQ when Kane wouldn’t stop attacking him. After the match, the two brawled.

4. Los Matadores defeated 3MB. Hornswoggle showed up in an afro wig. El Torito pulled it off, and this distracted 3MB. They lost via roll-up.

5. Alicia Fox and Askana defeated Nikki Bella. This was a handicap match ordered by Stephanie McMahon. Foxsana got the win after an Alicia Fox axe kick to Bella. After the match, they continued to beat her up.

6. Adam Rose defeated Jack Swagger. Rose won with a jumping version of the Party Foul, his snapmare driver.

7. The Wyatt Family defeated WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos. This was a non-title match. Erick Rowan won the match for his team with a sit-out slam.

8. Alberto Del Rio defeated Dolph Ziggler. This was a Money in the Bank qualifying match. Del Rio won by submission with his cross armbreaker.

9. Rybaxel defeated Goldust and Sin Cara. Sin Cara was personally chosen by Cody Rhodes to be Goldust’s new tag team partner. Axel pinned Sin Cara.

– Rusev was given a “gold star medal” on behalf of Russia for being “a hero of the Russian Federation.” They played the Russian national anthem. Nothing happened.

– Roman Reigns vs. Randy Orton never happened. Triple H announced that he had a Plan B, which was Seth Rollins turning on his Shield teammates. Rollins attacked Reigns and Ambrose with a steel chair, then gave the chair to Randy Orton to continue the assault.

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