WWE Raw Results 6/10 - IYO SKY Takes On Lyra Valkyria, Sami Zayn Faces Otis & More

Welcome to Rllegends's results for "WWE Raw" on June 10, 2024, coming to you live from the Huntington Center in Toledo, Ohio!

Intercontinental Champion Sami Zayn will be returning to televised competition for the first time since retaining his title over Chad Gable and Bronson Reed in a Triple Threat Match at King & Queen Of The Ring as he collides with Gable's Alpha Academy stablemate Otis in a non-title match. Zayn and Otis came face-to-face last week when Zayn tried to convince Otis, Maxxine Dupri, and Akira Tozawa to leave Gable's side following his recent shift in attitude and behavior. Gable subsequently appeared and blindsided Zayn with an attack, and a reluctant Otis joined him in doing so.

While Nia Jax was crowned Queen Of The Ring on May 25 at WWE King & Queen Of The Ring, Lyra Valkyria put up quite the fight against her in the finals of the Queen Of The Ring Tournament. Valkyria secured her spot in the match by defeating IYO SKY in a semifinals match on the Monday prior. SKY has since made it very clear that she has been extremely frustrated by the loss, going as far as blindsiding Valkyria with an attack backstage during last week's edition of "Raw" whilst she was being interviewed. Tonight, SKY and Valkyria have their chance to exact their retribution on one another as they square off and look to put their issues to rest.

Bron Breakker will be going one-on-one with Ilja Draguov for the first time since the latter defeated the former in a Number One Contenders Match for the "NXT" Championship on the July 11, 2023 edition of "WWE NXT". Breakker has destroyed anyone who has been his path over the course of the past few weeks resulting in his anger from not being included in the King Of The Ring Tournament, and has crossed paths with Dragunov a handful of times over the course of the past few weeks including last week when Breakker threw one of the ring steps at Dragunov after he had defeated Ricochet in a tense post-match encounter.

Additionally, per WWE's event page, Women's World Champion Liv Morgan, World Heavyweight Champion Damian Priest, Drew McIntyre, GUNTHER, and Jey Uso are all set to be in town tonight.

We are live! Michael Cole and Pat McAfee greet audiences at home as Drew McIntyre makes his way down to the ring.

We Hear From Drew McIntyre

Fans chant for CM Punk, and McIntyre says he's not focused on anything else aside from winning the World Heavyweight Championship from Damian Priest. He says he'd be excited if not for the fact that wherever Priest goes, the rest of Judgment Day isn't far behind.

Priest's music hits, and he makes his way down to the ring alongside Finn Balor and JD McDonagh. Priest says McIntyre has already secured a World Heavyweight Championship match, but he's still making excuses. He says while last week McIntyre said Priest made it personal, McIntyre just made things personal. Priest says he doesn't need to be worried about the entirety of Judgment Day, but just about him. He says he'll put McIntyre down in front of his people at WWE Clash At The Castle this Saturday, and says he doesn't need anyone else to prove why he's the World Heavyweight Championship.

McIntyre says he doesn't care what Priest thinks, and says the title will be his on Saturday. Priest says McIntyre is still passing blame, then challenges him to face Finn Balor later tonight. He says should McIntyre win, then Judgment Day will be banned from ringside at Clash At The Castle but if Balor wins, then Judgment Day will be at ringside. McIntyre agrees and says he hopes Priest is man enough to show up next Monday after he embarrasses and humiliates Priest at Clash At The Castle.

We then head backstage and see Liv Morgan hanging out in Judgment Day's lounge as Dominik Mysterio walks in. Dominik walks in, not pleased to see Morgan's presence. Morgan then gives Dominik a key card to her hotel room and says she'll be there.

Back at ringside, Damage CTRL makes their way down. Lyra Valkyria follows.

IYO SKY (w/ Damage CTRL) vs. Lyra Valkyria

The bell rings and SKY charges at Valkyria in the corner. Valkyria moves out of the way and fires off stomps on SKY in the corner. SKY responds with a series of strikes to Valkyria, then whips Valkyria into the corner. Valkyria lands a drop toe hold and a dropkick on SKY, then follows it up with a Northern Lights suplex. SKY slaps Valkyria, but Valkyria responds with a series of right hands, left hands, and knees. She locks in a submission on SKY and transitions into a pin, but SKY kicks out. Valkyria then connects with an enzuigiri on SKY and looks to land a dropkick on her through the middle rope, but SKY catches it. SKY then sends Valkyria crashing into the ring apron and follows it up with a springboard moonsault to Valkyria.

Back from the break, Valkyria delivers a springboard crossbody to SKY before landing a pair of clotheslines and a dropkick off the top rope. She then delivers a Fisherman's suplex to SKY, but SKY fires off elbows on Valkyria's spine. SKY sends Valkyria into the middle turnbuckle face first and lands a backbreaker on Valkyria, then steps over her and ascends to the top. She looks to land the Over The Moonsault, but Valkyria moves out of the way. Valkyria gets SKY up on her shoulders, but SKY escapes and looks to roll up Valkyria. Valkyria sits down into a pin, but SKY kicks out.

SKY delivers a double stomp to Valkyria, then sends her crashing into the middle rope. Valkyria gets SKY on her shoulders and connects with Nightwing, then goes for a pin. Dakota Kai breaks the fall from the outside while the referee isn't looking, and Valkyria levels her and Kairi SAne on the outside. Valkyria ascends to the top, but SKY trips her. She then delivers a meteora and looks to land the Over the Moonsault, but Valkyria moves out of the way. She sets up for Nightwing, but SKY manages to pin Valkyria for the win.

Winner: IYO SKY

After the match, Sane and Kai attack Valkyria and join SKY on the ramp. SKY gets back in the ring and rains down right hands on Valkyria, then delivers stomps to her. Kayden Carter and Katana Chance's music hits, and they run down to the ring to even the odds.

We then head backstage to Judgment Day's lounge, where Finn Balor, JD McDonagh, and Carlito join Dominik Mysterio to plan for their upcoming match. Domimik then informs the trio about what happened with Liv Morgan earlier tonight.

Back from the break, we head backstage and see Sami Zayn check on Maxxine Dupri and Akira Tozawa after what happened between the three of them, Chad Gable, and Otis last week. Zayn apologizes to Dupri for everything they're going through with Gable before Otis walks in and apologizes to Zayn for attacking him last week per the orders of Gable. Zayn accepts his apology, then asks Otis why he's sticking with Gable. Otis says he had it all at one time with the Men's Money In The Bank briefcase, Mandy Rose, and Tucker but says he lost it all. Zayn tells Otis that despite what Gable tells him, he isn't nothing. He asks if he knows how special he can be and tells him he hopes he can see that one day.

We then head backstage to Judgment Day's lounge, where Liv Morgan's hotel room key has gone missing.

Back at ringside, Rey Mysterio, Dragon Lee, and Zelina Vega make their way down.

Back from the break, we head over to a video from Ludwig Kaiser who delcares his intention to win the Men's Money In The Bank briefcase.

Back at ringside, Braun Strowman, Carlito, and Judgment Day make their way out.

Judgment Day and Carlito vs. Braun Strowman, Dragon Lee and Rey Mysterio

Strowman and McDonagh begin the action. The bell rings and McDonagh hops out of the ring right away. Carlito clocks Strowman from behind, but Strowman dumps Carlito across the ring. Dominik and Rey tag in, but Dominik immediately tags out to McDonagh. Rey delivers a hurricanrana to McDonagh, then sends him crashing into the top turnbuckle face first.

Lee tags in and delivers a suplex to McDonagh, then lands a back elbow on him. Dominik trips Lee while the referee is distracted, then tags in and fires off stomps on Lee. Rey makes the tag in, and Lee delivers a German suplex to Dominik. Rey delivers a senton off the top rope to Dominik, then double teams with him on Lee. McDonagh gets in the ring, but he's sent outside the ring to join Dominik. Rey looks to fly to level Dominik and McDonagh, but Lee looks to execute a baseball slide. Dominik and McDonagh then use Rey to level Lee.

Back from the break, McDonagh tags in and lands an elbow drop on Rey's head. McDonagh pins Rey, but Rey kicks out before McDonagh jams his knee into the back of Rey's neck and tags in Carlito. Rey fires off right hands on Carlito, but Carlito levels him with a clothesline and whips Rey into the corner face first. He clocks Lee on the apron, then whips him into another corner. Rey connects with a leg lariat, then levels an interfering Dominik and McDonagh. Rey looks to tag in Strowman, but Dominik and McDonagh pull Strowman off the apron.

Rey sends Carlito crashing into the ring post shoulder first, then lands a kick on the now legal McDonagh. He looks to land a springboard moonsault, but McDonagh catches him. Rey then delivers a DDT to McDonagh and tags in Lee as Carlito tags in on his side. Lee delivers a hurricanrana to Carlito, then delivers a double stomp off the top rope to Carlito. He goes for a pin, but McDonagh breaks the fall. Rey sends McDonagh to the outside, but Dominik takes Rey down.

Liv Morgan appears at ringside, and Dominik asks what she's doing. Zelina Vega clocks Morgan on the ramp, and Morgan falls on Dominik. Vega then begins brawling with Morgan.

Strowman tags in and lands running shoulder tackles on Dominik, McDonagh, and Carlito. Strowman delivers a splash to Carlito in the corner, then follows it up with a running powerslam. Lee tags in and delivers a splash off Strowman's shoulders for the win.

Winners: Braun Strowman, Dragon Lee and Rey Mysterio

We then head backstage and see Ricochet chat with Ilja Dragunov.

Back from the break, we head backstage and see IYO SKY scream and hold her head as Dakota Kai and Kairi Sane watch her and try to get her attention, unsure of what to do.

Back at ringside, Sami Zayn makes his way down to the ring.

We Hear From Sami Zayn

Zayn thanks fans for their support, and says it's been a messed up couple of weeks. He says he's five days out from defending the Intercontinental Championship at Clash At The Castle against Chad Gable, then says he doesn't know what to call his rivalry against him. He says rather than run down every awful thing Gable has done to the rest of Alpha Academy, he will retain his title and take him down once and for all. He says it's time to go to work, and going to work for him is defending the Intercontinental Championship.

Alpha Academy's music hits, and Chad Gable, Maxxine Dupri, Otis, and Akira Tozawa make their way down to the ring. Gable says it's typical for Zayn to try and make himself look sympathetic, then accuses him of being manipulative. He says the rest of Alpha Academy trusts his teachings, and says the stable is quite happy. He says they'll be even happier when Gable becomes intercontinental Champion on Saturday.

Zayn asks Gable if he really thinks Dupri, Tozawa, and Otis are happy. He tells him to turn around to face them and asks the three of them if they're happy. He tells Dupri, Tozawa, and Otis that Gable doesn't care if they're happy, but the fans do. He says the three of them won't be happy until they leave Gable, and Gable tells Zayn to quiet down. He says Zayn doesn.t understand Alpha Academy is family, and says families stick together. He says the four of them will stand together at Clash At The Castle, then says he will unleash the most brutal version of Otis he's ever seen as he makes it clear to Otis to listen to him.

Sami Zayn vs. Otis (w/ Alpha Academy)

The bell rings and the two lock up. Otis fires off left and right hands on Zayn in the corner, then looks to land a splash as Gable yells at him from outside the ring. Zayn moves out of the way, and Otis lands a splash after going for a second one. Gable hops up on the apron and strategizes with Otis, but Otis turns around into a Helluva Kick on Zayn for the win.

Winner: Sami Zayn

After the match, an enraged Gable fires off right hands on Zayn. He demands Dupri and Tozawa get out of the ring, then holds up Zayn and tells Otis to take a shot at him. Otis hesitates, and Gable drops Zayn. He gets in Otis' face and slaps him twice. Otis gets fired up and delivers a clothesline to Zayn in the corner. He then delivers the World's Strongest Slam to Zayn as a pleased Gable watches on. Otis then gets in Gable's face and tears off his shirt as Gable begs Otis not to do anything. Otis considers clocking him, but opts not to and makes his way to the back.

Jade Cargill and Bianca Belair then make their way down to the ring and take a seat at the announce desk to watch the upcoming match ahead of their WWE Women's Tag Team Championship defense in a Triple Threat Match at Clash At The Castle. Shayna Baszler, Zoey Stark, Alba Fyre and Isla Dawn follow.

Shayna Baszler and Zoey Stark vs. Alba Fyre and Isla Dawn

Stark and Dawn begin the action. The bell rings and Dawn delivers a dropkick to Baszler's leg. Dawn sends Stark crashing into adjacent corners, then tags in Fyre. Fyre wears down Stark, then tags Dawn back in. Dawn delivers a knee to Stark and looks to tag in Baszler. Baszler is still down on the outside, and Dawn takes advantage. She delivers a back suplex and tags Fyre back in. Fyre and Dawn double team on Stark before Baszler tags in and sends Fyre crashing into the ring steps. The two get back in the ring, and Fyre rolls up Baszler. Baszler kicks out and delivers a backbreaker to Fyre, then stomps on her shoulder. Baszler then locks in the Kirifuda Clutch, and Fyre fades.

Winners: Shayna Baszler and Zoey Stark

Back at ringside, Bron Breakker makes his way down to the ring. Ilja Dragunov follows.

Bron Breakker vs. Ilja Dragunov

The bell rings and the two waste no time firing off forearms on one another. Breakker levels Dragunov, but Dragunov responds with an enzuigiri and a pair of chops. Breakker rains down right hands on Dragunov, then gets him up on his shoulders. Dragunov escapes and fires off rapid fire chops on Breakker, then connects with a boot on Breakker's head. Breakker then sends Dragunov crashing into the middle rope and to the outside.

Back from the break, Dragunov and Breakker exchange strikes with one another. Breakker delivers a powerslam to Dragunov, then wears him down with a submission hold and lands a knee on his midsection. Dragunov delivers a pair of clotheslines to Breakker, but Breakker catches him with a jumping knee. Dragunov responds with a Constantine Special to Breakker, then delivers a knee to his forehead off the middle rope and three German suplexes, then goes for a pin. Breakker kicks out and Dragunov gets him on his shoulders, then delivers a Death Valley Driver to him in the corner and a Coast To Coast to Breakker off the top rope. He then ascends back up to the top and delivers a senton to Breakker, then goes for a pin.

Breakker kicks out and turns Dragunov inside out with a clothesline. He sets up for a spear, but Dragunov catches Breakker with a knee. He then delivers an H-Bomb and a boot to Breakker that sends him over the announce des on the outside, and clears the announce desk before he looks to send Breakker crashing through it. Breakker sends Dragunov crashing into the announce desk face first. Breakker sends Dragunov crashing into the barricade and the ring post, then gets him back inside the ring.

Dragunov lands a few strikes on Breakker, but Breakker catches Dragunov with a spear. Dragunov rolls out of the ring before Breakker can pin him, but Breakker delivers a shoulder to Dragunov's midsection on the outside. The referee begins a ten count, but Dragunov beats it. Breakker immediately lands a spear on Dragunov when he gets back inside the ring and pins him for the win.

Winner: Bron Breakker

After the match, Breakker looks to attack Dragunov further on the outside. Ricochet intercepts him and dropkicks Breakker into the crowd, then helps up Dragunov.

Awesome Truth then makes their way down to the ring. The Final Testament follows.

Awesome Truth (c) vs. Authors of Pain (w/ The Final Testament) for the WWE World Tag Team Championship

Rezar and Miz begin the action. The bell rings and Miz wastes no time. He fires off strikes on Rezar, then tags in Akam.

Back from the break, Akam tags in and prevents Miz from tagging in R-Truth. Miz lands an enzuigiri and tags in Truth. Truth wears down Akam, then delivers a double back suplex to him with Miz. Miz and Truth look to land a double Five Knuckle Shuffle, but Scarlett captures their attention. Karrion Kross trips Truth and Miz, but New Day appears at ringside and attacks Kross. Truth looks to hit Akam with one of the World Tag Team Championship belts. Akam stays on his feet, and Truth tosses the title over to Akam. Miz takes advantage of the chaos and rolls up Akam for the win.

Winners (and still:) Awesome Truth

We then head backstage and see Bron Breakker send Ilja Dragunov crashing over a road case. Breakker sends Ricochet crashing into a production truck, then sends him crashing into a car and rains down right hands on him. He then sends him crashing into a second production truck and climbs up a set of stairs to get into the production truck, then powerslams him on top of a car, breaking the windshield in the process. Officials then appear to check on Ricochet.

Back from the break, we see Ricochet being loaded into an ambulance as a concerned Samantha Irvin joins him and the ambulance drives off to the nearest local medical facility.

Back at ringside, Drew McIntyre then makes his way down. Finn Balor follows.

Drew McIntyre vs. Finn Balor - If McIntyre Wins, Then Judgment Day Is Banned From Ringside At Clash At The Castle

The bell rings and the two lock up. McIntyre delivers a clothesline to Balor on the apron, then joins him on the outside and delivers a chop. Balor sends Mcintyre crashing into the ring post face first, then sends his arm bouncing off it and delivers a few strikes to him. He gets McIntyre back inside the ring and delivers a few left hands to McIntyre's arm, but McIntyre dumps Balor out of the ring. Balor trips McIntyre on the apron and fires off a few stomps on his spine, but McIntyre catches a kick from Balor and trips him. He then delivers a belly-to-belly suplex to Balor that sends him crashing over the announce desk.

Back from the break, McIntyre delivers a jawbreaker to Balor and follows it up with a chop. He looks to land a Tornado DDT, but Balor lands a Russian Leg Sweep and locks in a submission. He then fires off strikes on McIntyre in the corner and delivers his signature elbow drop to McIntyre's midsection. He locks in an Arm Bar, but McIntyre makes his way up to his feet and escapes by landing a sit-out powerbomb.

McIntyre delivers a neckbreaker to Balor, then kips up and sets up for a Claymore Kick. Balor counters into a Sling Blade before he flies to level McIntyre on the outside. He gets McIntyre back in the ring and delivers a dropkick to him that sends him crashing into the corner, then does the same in the opposite corner and seconds to the top. McIntyre delivers a Glasgow Kiss to Balor, then joins him in the opposite corner and delivers a superplex. McIntyre lands a Futureshock DDT on Balor, but Damian Priest captures McIntyre's attention as he marches down the ramp. Carlito hops up on the ramp, but McIntyre levels him. JD McDonagh appears, but McIntyre drags him into the ring. He delivers a Claymore Kick to him, and Balor takes advantage. He rolls him up, but McIntyre kicks out. Balor sets up for the Coup De Grace, but McIntyre manages to deliver a Claymore Kick to him for the win.

Winner: Drew McIntyre

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