WWE Raw Results, June 13, 2016: The Shield reunites, John Cena, Chris Jericho and more in the Money in the Bank go-home edition

WWE Raw Results, June 13, 2016:  The Shield reunites, John Cena, Chris Jericho and more in the Money in the Bank go-home edition

The Money in the Bank go-home edition of Monday Night Raw was full of action with the reunion of The Shield, an action-packed six-man tag-team match and much more. Here are Sports Rageous’ full WWE Raw results for June 13 at the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans, Louisiana.

The New Day and Enzo Amore & Big Cass kick off Raw

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The world-famous two-time tag team champs opened up Raw with a hilarious segment with Enzo Amore & Big Cass. Kofi Kingston was wearing Stephen Curry’s new Under Armour shoes and it was made fun of by Xavier Woods, Big E, Enzo and Big Cass. They were interrupted by The Vaudevillains and The Club who made their way to the ring for the 8-man tag team match.

The New Day and Enzo Amore & Big Cass vs. The Vaudevillains and The Club

Kingston and Aiden English started the match and The New Day was able to do their unicorn stampede early on Simon Gotch. Amore gets into the match but was quickly isolated from his partners before making the tag to Big Cass.

Cass took out everyone until the heels took over again and then Big E needed help. After a series of moves, Big E was able to make the hot tag on Kingston and chaos ensued as all the superstars hit big moves. However, Kingston was left in the ring alone with Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows, who hit their finisher for the win.

Rusev sends a message to Titus O’Neil

O’Neil was on his way to the ring for his match when Rusev ambushed him six days before their match at Money in the Bank. The US champion pounced on O’Neil before applying The Accolade as officials tried to stop him.   

The Shield reunion at ‘The Ambrose Asylum’

Dean Ambrose welcomed everyone to “The Ambrose Asylum” as Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns made their way to the ring. The crowd went crazy as “This is Awesome” chants erupted and the three men soaked it in.

Ambrose broke the ice by making fun of Rollins’ face before they reminisce their time together as one of the best stables in WWE history. However, Rollins brought up the moment he turned on them and he told Reigns that he never defeated him for the WWE championship.

The WWE champ said that Rollins did not just break up The Shield but a Brotherhood. Ambrose jumped in to say that he can win the Money in the Bank briefcase this Sunday. Chaos ensued as Reigns hit a Superman Punch to Rollins but Ambrose took the champ out with the Dirty Deeds.

The Lunatic Fringe stood tall to end “The Ambrose Asylum” and a really good segment. Stephanie McMahon announced afterwards that Ambrose will face Chris Jericho in the main event of the night.

Charlotte vs. Paige

Natalya and Becky Lynch came on commentary for this match with Dana Brooke at ringside to support the WWE women’s champion. After a back and forth bout, it looked like Brooke missed her spot and the finish saw Paige pin Charlotte. In a backstage segment, Charlotte gave Brooke an earful about her loss.

Sheamus vs. Zack Ryder

The Celtic Warrior was on a mission to shut up Ryder and he was successful. The Long Island Iced Z put up a fight but Sheamus was able to hit the Brogue Kick to put Ryder away.

Sheamus continued his attack on Ryder after the match but Apollo Crews made the save. Crews will make his WWE pay-per-view debut at Money in the Bank as he goes one-on-one with Sheamus.

Sami Zayn vs. Cesaro

The two former ROH stars tore the house down with a great match. Cesaro took control at first but Zayn quickly turned the tides with a Michinoku Driver. Cesaro got back by hitting a deadlift superplex for a two count before going for his Neutralizer finisher.

However, Zayn countered it with a backslide for a close two count. Zayn ended up hitting a snap sunset flip for the win. These two superstars have incredible chemistry and they showed why they are two of the best in the world at what they do.

John Cena vs. A.J. Styles contract signing

Cena started the segment by mentioning Styles’ success in different independent promotions such as ROH, NJWP, and PWG, but not TNA. The Phenomenal One comes out and both superstars let the crowd exchange chants.

The 15-time WWE champion revealed that there are two contracts Styles can choose to sign. One is a singles match and the other is a handicap match against The Club. Styles mocked Cena’s success in the WWE before proceeding to sign the contract for a singles match.

No brawl happened on the contract signing as WWE is building up Cena vs. Styles for the first-time ever. The feud is expected to last until SummerSlam and both are rumored to be heading to SmackDown in the upcoming WWE Draft.

Lucha Dragons vs. Albert Del Rio & Kevin Owens

Del Rio and Owens has to put aside their difference because they will lose their spot in the Money in the Bank Ladder Match if the Lucha Dragons defeat them. Kalisto hits the Salita Del Sol on Del Rio but he can’t make the pin.

Sin Cara tags in and hits a Senton Bomb on Del Rio before Owens breaks up the pin to save their MITB spot. Owens was tagged in and he almost got pinned with a roll up.

However, KO was able to hit the Popup Powerbomb for the win. Del Rio ended up kicking Owens in the face after the match.

Dean Ambrose vs. Chris Jericho

The main event involved all the participants in the Money in the Bank Ladder Match. Ambrose and Jericho faced off in the ring, Cesaro was the guest ring announcer, Zayn and Owens were on commentary, and Del Rio was the guest timekeeper.

After a back and forth match with Jericho hitting a Lionsault, Ambrose was able to get the win after countering the Codebreaker with the Dirty Deeds. All hell broke loose after the match spilled on the outside.

Zayn hit a suicide dive onto all the men at ringside with Jericho standing tall in the ring. He set up a ladder and grabbed the Money in the Bank briefcase to end the show.