WWE RAW Results (12/2/13): With Videos

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After The Match

Bryan’s music htis and then stops. Bray Wyatt appears on the big screen. Bray says Harper and Rowan won’t hurt Bryan unless he tells them to. Bray says he was wrong about Bryan. He says he understands him but “they” don’t. Bray says he sees the monster in him but “they” don’t. He continues to try and convince Bryan to join him.

Backstage Segment

Daniel Bryan is shown looking around backstage. He bumps into Kane, who says it’s only fair for him to have the same fate as his “little friend” CM Punk. At WWE TLC Bryan will face all three members of The Wyatt Family in a handicap match.

R-Truth & Xavier Woods vs. Brodus Clay & Tensai

Replays are shown of Brodus yelling at Woods on SmackDown last week. Now it’s time for tag-team action here on RAW. Truth and Tensai start things off for their respective teams with Truth getting the better. Tensai finally overcomes Truth and blasts him with a shoulder block. He tags in Brodus. Brodus picks up where Tensai left off, punching away at Truth. Truth fights back with a series of kicks and then tags in Woods. Woods flies all over the place, beating up on Brodus. Woods hits Clay with his Honor Roll for a near fall. Woods blasts Tensai off the apron, allowing Brodus to regain the upper-hand in the match. Brodus splashes Woods in the corner. Woods rolls up Brodus and gets the 1-2-3 for his team.

Winners: R-Truth & Xavier Woods

Sin Cara vs.Alberto Del Rio

Sin Cara comes to the ring as we return from commercial. Out next is Alberto Del Rio, who calls Cara a little piece of trash from Mexico. Del Rio says tonight he’s going to beat him down and call immigration to send him back to the other side of the border. The bell rings and these two go at it. Early on, Sin Cara flies all over the place and uses his speed and high-risk style to dominate the match. As the match progressed, Del Rio started taking control of the action. In the end, however, Sin Cara hit a huge high-spot off the top rope for the clean pinfall victory over Del Rio. Sin Cara wins!

Winner: Sin Cara

Backstage Interview

The Shield cuts a basic promo with each taking turns talking confidentaly about how they are going to beat up CM Punk in their three-on-one handicap match at the upcoming WWE TLC pay-per-view in two weeks.

Big Show, Goldust & Cody Rhodes vs. The Shield

Goldust and Cody Rhodes come out first. Big Show is out next, as the WWE announcers reveal that he is no longer suffering from concussion symptoms. We head to a commercial break. When we return from commercial, The Shield are making their way to the ring through the crowd. As The Shield comes down to the ring, we see highlights from The Shield attacking CM Punk on RAW last week. Big Show and Dean Ambrose start things off with Big Show dominating early on. Ambrose takes a few chops from Big Show and then runs to his corner to tag in Seth Rollins. Big Show throws Rollins around with ease as well. Rollins wants to tag Reigns so Big Show throws him at Reigns and lets him. Reigns tags in and he and Big Show go nose-to-nose. Reigns pushes Big Show so Big Show beats the crap out of him as well, including the big chops to the bare chest in the corner. Reigns takes his chops and then immediately tags out as well. Ambrose tags in and within seconds Big Show is throwing him around like a child as well. Big Show takes in Goldust and now maybe we’ll get some non-squash stuff happening in this one. We see CM Punk watching on backstage as Goldust tags in Cody Rhodes. Ambrose tags in Rollins. Rhodes hits Rollins with an inverted suplex where he held him up in the air for several seconds. Rhodes tags in Goldust. We head to commercial. When we return from commercial Ambrose is beating up Rhodes. The Shield make a buch of back-and-forth quick-tags to keep control over Rhodes. Rhodes finally makes the tag to Big Show who comes in and cleans house of everyone. Reigns is the legal man. Big Show goes to hit the ropes but Ambrose pulls it down and the big man goes flying out to the floor. Big Show barely makes it back into the ring before the count of ten. CM Punk is shown again backstage watching the match. Reigns works over Big Show a bit before tagging in Rollins. Rollins picks up where Reigns left off. Rollins quickly tags in Ambrose and Ambrose continues the beatdown of Big Show. Big Show sorta fights back but Ambrose kicks him back down and tags back in Reigns. After a bunch of quick tags Big Show finally chokeslams Reigns and makes the hot-tag to Goldust. Goldust is flying all over the place on The Shield members. On the outside of the ring, Reigns spears Big Show. All the guys end up in the ring and when the smoke clears, Rollins and Goldust were the legal men in the ring. Anyways, Goldust superplexes Ambrose off the top. As soon as they land, Rollins, who was playing possom in the ring, jumps on Goldust for the 1-2-3.

Winners: The Shield

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