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The June 20, 2011 Edition of RAW is a Professional wrestling television show of the WWE's RAW brand, which took place on June 20, 2011 at 1st Mariner Arena in Baltimore, Maryland. This episode was called "Power to the People" where people voted for matches they wanted to see via text message and on After the event announced that they had major technical difficulties during the show and put it down to the 697,000 votes they received during the 3 hour special show. The difficulties were during the Evan Bourne versus Mason Ryan match where Sin Cara was meant to be Bourne's opponent and during Kingston versus Ziggler where Vickie Guerrero was meant to be banned from ringside instead of a 2 out of 3 falls match. To make up for this next week Raw will see Bourne versus Cara


Go ahead, Punk, keeping digging yourself deeper. The Second City Savior not only insulted the WWE Universe by flat-out telling them their choices during the night’s Raw: Power to the People would be horrible, he also insulted the anonymous Raw GM by insisting he get an opportunity to face WWE Champion John Cena for the title at Money in the Bank in Chicago next month, he continued to interrupt the GM’s decisions. All this led the GM to force Punk to face both Alberto Del Rio and Rey Mysterio in a Triple Threat Match to determine the No. 1 contender for the WWE Title later tonight.

The people have spoken – and so has Kelly Kelly, loud and clear. After being chosen to take on WWE Divas Champion Brie Bella, Kelly Kelly (53%), who beat out Beth Phoenix (36%) and Eve (11%), took full advantage. With Brie’s equally tricky twin, Nikki, looking on, Kelly relieved the former champion of the title and began her very first championship reign with the butterfly-emblazoned title.

Evan Bourne was forced to compete in a flight vs. might duel when Mason Ryan captured the majority of votes (51%), topping both Sin Cara (30%) and Jack Swagger (19%). Despite some high-altitude heroics on the part of Bourne, the massive Welshman pummeled his much smaller opponent for the victory.

After his scary-strong body slam of Big Show at Capitol Punishment the night before – that poor announce table didn’t stand a chance – Mark Henry reupped for more devastation, this time against Show’s former tag team partner, Kane. As designated by the WWE Universe, the two titans clashed in an Arm Wrestling Contest (52%). The contest, which was chosen rather than an Over the Top Rope Match (35%) or a Body Slam Match (13%), showcased some menacing muscle.

In the end, The Big Red Monster would prevail by disqualification when Henry reached across the table and clocked his opponent. Henry then craved a sequel to his earlier slaughter. As he had done the night before with The World’s Largest Athlete, he hoisted up his adversary and hurled him mercilessly through the announce table with The World’s Strongest Slam.

There are losers and there are sore losers. And then there are R-Truth, Christian and The Miz. After coming up empty last night, the three complained to SmackDown General Manager Theodore Long until he agreed to arrange a Six-Man Tag Team Match main event pitting WWE Champion John Cena, World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton & Alex Riley against Truth, Christian & Miz.

Research and destroy. Those three words best sum up Dolph Ziggler’s approach to Kofi Kingston. For weeks, the bombastic blond scouted Kofi, studying his moves and pinpointing his vulnerabilities. It all paid off at Capitol Punishment when Ziggler defeated The Dreadlock Dynamo to become U.S. Champion. At Raw: Power to the People, the freshly-minted champion faultered, however, after the WWE Universe chose 2-out-of-3 falls as the stipulation with 51% over Vickie Guerrero Banned From Ringside (31%) and Submission (18%).

With the Superstars tied up at one fall apiece, Ziggler punched Kofi in the head with a microphone causing him to be disqualified and allowing him to retain the title since a title cannot change hands on a disqualification.

CM Punk doesn’t play small ball. He proved it once again when he defeated both Alberto Del Rio and Rey Mysterio in a Triple Threat Match to determine the No. 1 contender for the WWE Championship. Per the WWE Universe, the three Superstars competed in a Falls Count Anywhere Match, which garnered 66% of the vote as opposed to 23% for a No Disqualifications Match and 11% for a Submission Match.

As if his victory weren’t enough of a laurel to rest upon, The Second City Savior went on to explain that his WWE contract expires the day of Money in the Bank, taking place in his hometown of Chicago. Punk then informed the WWE Universe that he not only intends to win the WWE Championship from John Cena, he intends to take the title with him when he exits WWE.

All the paper bags in the world can’t mask the ugliness of Cody Rhodes’ behavior lately. The narcissistic Superstar was scheduled to face off against Daniel Bryan in a match with the stipulation to be determined by the WWE Universe. With a total of 51%, a No Count-out Match triumphed over a Paper Bag Match at 43% and a Collegiate Rules Match at 6%.

At the end of the bout, Bryan emerged victorious over his self-fawning foe. Rhodes, however, tried to save face. With help from his cohort, Ted DiBiase, the masked man leveled the submission specialist with a Cross Rhodes before slipping a paper bag over his head.

All hail the Cole-aroonie! Michael Cole busted out a few “unique” dance moves to slay Vickie Guerrero in a Dance Competition. The WWE Universe took matters into their collective hands and voted for the Raw announcer to compete against the shrieking violet. Cole collected 47% of the vote while Jerry Lawler grabbed 39% and Booker T cleared 14%.

Vegas, baby, Vegas! All the action takes place in Sin City, Las Vegas, next Monday night when Shawn Michaels returns to Raw. The WWE Hall of Famer will be on hand during one of WWE’s most exciting nights, Raw Roulette.

While members of the WWE Universe were busy exercising their rights, R-Truth, Christian & The Miz were busy exercising their mouths. The three came up short at Capitol Punishment the night before and had complained to SmackDown GM Theodore Long, who finally arranged a match for them against WWE Champion John Cena, World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton & Alex Riley.

The only question that remained was under which stipulation would the six fight? The WWE Universe determined they would battle in an Elimination Match (79%), far surpassing the one fall to a finish (15%) and 20-minute time limit (6%) options.

When the bell rang, the tension reverberating between the six Superstars was clearly evident. Hot off his massive victory over Miz, A-Ry appeared pumped. He took the fight to Christian and his former boss like a veteran ring leader. Although the aggression was impressive, Riley found himself the first to be eliminated. Next up, Miz and R-Truth would fall in close succession, leaving Christian to tackle both Cena & Orton.

Captain Charisma grew so excited at having eliminated the World Heavyweight Champion that he appeared not to remember The Champ remained in the bout. As Christian occupied himself with Cena, The Viper slithered in and nailed him with a surprise RKO. The move allowed the WWE Champion to snap on the STF, forcing Christian to tap out and handing Cena’s squad the victory.


Numbers in parentheses indicate the length of the match.
(c) refers to the champion(s) heading into the match.

Voting results

Poll Results
Opponent for Brie Bella
  • Kelly Kelly (53%)
  • Beth Phoenix (36%)
  • Eve Torres (11%)
Opponent for Evan Bourne
  • Mason Ryan (51%)
  • Sin Cara (30%)
  • Jack Swagger (19%)
Stipulations for Kane versus Mark Henry
  • Arm Wrestling Contest (52%)
  • Over the Top Rope Match (35%)
  • Body Slam Match (13%)
Stipulations for Dolph Ziggler versus Kofi Kingston
  • 2-out-of-3 Falls Match (51%)
  • Vickie Guerrero Banned from Ringside (31%)
  • Submission Match (18%)
Stipulations for CM Punk versus Rey Mysterio versus Alberto Del Rio
  • Falls Count Anywhere (66%)
  • No DQ Match (23%)
  • Submission Match (11%)
Stipulations for Daniel Bryan versus Cody Rhodes
  • No Count-Out Match (51%)
  • Paper Bag Match (43%)
  • Collegiate Rules Match (6%)
Opponent for Vickie Guerrero in a Dance Competition
  • Michael Cole (47%)
  • Jerry Lawler (39%)
  • Booker T (14%)
Stipulations for John Cena, Randy Orton versus
R-Truth, Christian & The Miz
  • Elimination Match (79%)
  • One Fall to a Finish (15%)
  • 20-minute time limit (6%)

Other on-screen talent

Ring announcer

Image Gallery

Kelly Kelly v Brie Bella

Mason Ryan v Evan Bourne

Kane v Mark Henry

Kofi Kingston v Dolph Ziggler

CM Punk v Alberto Del Rio v Rey Mysterio

Daniel Bryan v Cody Rhodes

Dance Competition

Cena, Riley & Orton v R-Truth, Miz & Christian

See also

External links

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