WWE Monday Night Raw Results June 29, 2020

Here are your WWE Monday Night Raw results from June 29, 2020. This week’s Raw featured a double contract signing for the WWE Championship and Raw Women’s Championship at Extreme Rules, 24/7 Championship match and more.

WWE Raw results:

Samoa Joe officiated the double contract signing to kick off the show, as things got chaotic between Asuka and Bayley/Sasha Banks. Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre joined the ring and signed their contracts, with Ziggler promising to end what he created.

Asuka ranted in Japanese before Banks vowed to win the title, and become a double champ. Bayley and Banks said they’ll take over the entire company before another brawl broke out. McIntyre and Asuka stood tall in the ring as the heels regrouped on the ramp.

Big Show made his way to the ring and started ranting about Randy Orton before Andrade and Garza joined the fray. The duo were about to attack Show before Ric Flair appeared and asked them to leave. Flair advocated for Orton and said Show doesn’t have a lot of time left.

Andrade and Angel Garza def. The Viking Raiders:
Garza and Andrade overcame their differences to pick up the victory, as Garza’s Wing Clipper on Erik got them a pinfall victory.

The IIconics mocked Ruby Riott backstage, leading to Riott challenging any one of them for a singles matchup.

24/7 Title Match | R-Truth def. Akira Tozawa:
Truth regained his title after pinning Tozawa. The ninjas tried to roll-up Truth but to no avail as he retreated to the back.

Seth Rollins asked forgiveness from Mysterio and said he will have to become a sacrifice for RAW. Mysterio and Dominick appeared on the big screen and vowed to end Rollins once and for all.

Seth Rollins and Buddy Murphy def. Aleister Black and Humberto Carillo:
Rollins and Murphy took up the win after Rollins hit the Stomp on Carrillo. Post-match, the two teams brawled, and Rollins put a Mysterio mask on Carrillo and hit another Stomp on him on the ring steps.

Drew Mcintyre and Asuka talked about their main-event, and both gave props to each other. McIntyre said he will let Ziggler pick a stipulation for their match.

Peyton Royce def. Ruby Riott:
A distraction from Billie Kay helped Royce pick up the win with a spinning brainbuster.

Big Show gave his thoughts on the 2-on-1 Handicap Match and said he isn’t much concerned about the duo. He wanted Orton to be a man and step up against him, instead of sending out Ric Flair.

Big Show def. Andrade and Angel Garza:
A disagreement led to Garza walking out on Andrade and allowed Show to pick up the win with the chokeslam. Show delivered a Knockout Punch post-match for good measure.

MVP def. Apollo Crews:
Crews lost this non-title match, after a distraction from Lashley on the apron allowed MVP to deliver a big boot followed by Fisherman’s Suplex for the win.

Post-match, Lashley attacked Crews but Ricochet and Alexander made the save for the US champ.

Bobby Lashley def. Ricochet:
A solid encounter saw Lashley pick up yet another win with the help of the Full Nelson hold. MVP and Cedric got involved at ringside during the match.

Sasha Banks and Dolph Ziggler def. Drew McIntyre and Asuka:
The heels picked up the win in a mixed tag team match after Banks countered Asuka lock and rolled her up to secure the pinfall.