WWE Raw Results: Winners, Grades, Reaction and Highlights from Jun 15
June 16, 2015 - WWE
Recalling what happened after his compare with John Cena during Money in a Bank, Kevin Owens pronounced it was Cena’s error that Owens pounded him. The NXT champ felt disrespected, and so he responded with violence.
He demanded a rematch, this time with a United States Championship on a line.
Owens afterwards released an open challenge. Dolph Ziggler answered it to a fans’ pleasure in Cleveland. Owens done it transparent this would not be for a NXT title.
The Showoff shortly suffered a senton to a ribs, removing suplexed onto a ring ropes and a foot to a gut. Owens dominated, punishing his foe, focusing on his midsection.
Ziggler fought behind with fast strikes and a superkick that floored Owens. He scarcely knocked off a champion with a Fameasser and after a Zig Zag. Owens, though, kept kicking out.
A pop-up powerbomb finished Ziggler’s flurry and his possibility for victory.
Later in a show, Owens met Machine Gun Kelly onstage after a rapper finished his set. The NXT champ delivered a powerbomb that sent him drifting off a opening ramp.
Owens wins around pinfall.
Memorable Moments and Quotes
“This city has scratched and clawed for a possibility during a championship, and I’ll be darned if we don’t give them one right now.”—Ziggler.
Owens hurls Ziggler over a guardrail into a timekeeper’s area.
Owens hits a Brock Lesnar-like recover German suplex.
Owens is on an considerable roll. Each time out, he has combined to his collection of standout matches. This prohibited start is certain to force infrequent fans to take notice.
He would benefit, though, from some-more heelish function in a ring. Whether it’s eye-scratching or holding a ropes for leverage, Owens would boost his impression by holding shortcuts some-more often, assisting to compute him from a John Cenas of a world.
The conflict on MGK is many positively vicious, yet in a way, it usually serves to make a doctrinaire fans (who resent these kind of luminary appearances) like him more. The fact that WWE chose Owens for this role, though, is a pointer of only how rarely it thinks of him.