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The June 17, 1996 Edition of RAW is a Professional wrestling television show of the WWE's RAW brand, took place on May 27, 1996 in Fayettville, North Carolina at the Cumberland County Memorial Auditorium.
- Numbers in parentheses indicate the length of the match.
- (c) refers to the champion(s) heading into the match.
- After the bout, Austin joined the commentary team for the next match.
- This match was the debut of the Stone Cold Stunner.
- After the bout, as Mero opened the ropes for Owen to leave, Owen hit Mero with the cast on his arm - knocking him off the apron to the floor and then knocking him out after a second blow.
- Hunter Hearst Helmsley fought Aldo Montoya to a no contest when Jerry Lawler, anxious to show off the tactics he planned to use on the Ultimate Warrior at the King of the Ring, attacked Aldo before Helmsley made his entrance.
- Moments thereafter, after Montoya sustained the piledriver, Jake Roberts came out to make the save.
- Goldust had originally won the match via pinfall after throwing gold flakes into Roberts' eyes but referee Harvey Wippleman changed the call after seeing the substance on Jake's face after the match.
- Moments thereafter, Jake hit the DDT on the champion.
- Included footage of Brian Pillman's WWF contract signing.
- Featured footage from a recent house show in which Jim Ross was interviewing Davey Boy Smith in the ring before Shawn Michaels came out and the two had to be held apart by officials and fellow wrestlers.
- Included a closing segment in which Jim Cornette announced that the special referee for the King of the Ring world title match would be Mr. Perfect.