Santino Marella (with Emma) vs. Fandango (with Summer Rae) Santino Marella's music hits and he and Emma come out and power-walk to the ring together. Michael Cole says Santino is in action against Fandango next. We head to another commercial break. When we return from commercial, Fandango and Summer Rae are finishing up their entrance, as they dance around the ring together. The bell sounds and Santino stalks Fandango. Santino takes him down early and then plays to the crowd. Moments later, Fandango nails Santino in the back to take over control of the offense. A random "JBL" chant breaks out as Fandango stomps away at Santino in the ring. The Miz storms out to the commentary table and complains about not being scheduled for action again this week. Meanwhile, back in the ring, Santino is fighting his way back into his match with Fandango. Just as he gets some offense strung together, Fandango cuts him short. Fandango hits his big top-rope leg drop on Santino for the 1-2-3. Fandango wins. Winner: Fandango Backstage: Sheamus We go backstage with the newest member of the WWE broadcast team, Byron Saxton. Saxton is joined by Sheamus. He mentions his tag-team match later tonight with Christian against The Real Americans, noting that his partner tonight is one of his opponents at the Elimination Chamber. Sheamus says the Elimination Chamber is the last chance for someone to earn the opportunity to be in the main event at WrestleMania XXX. As he finishes his promo, Michael Cole says he and Christian against The Real Americans is up next. We head to commercial. Sheamus & Christian vs. The Real Americans When we return from commercial, Christian is in the ring finishing his entrance. We see a pre-recorded split-screen interview from earlier today with Christian. He talks about all the discussion lately of who the face of the WWE. Sheamus' music hits and out he comes for this tag-team contest. Once Sheamus' entrance ends, The Real American's music hits and out comes Antonio Cesaro, Jack Swagger and Zeb Colter. Colter says the two non-Americans (Christian and Sheamus) in the ring make him sick. He talks about how the two stayed at home licking their wounds for months and then found a way to sneak back into our country. He says they were then rewarded for it by getting a shot in the Elimination Chamber. Colter says this man may have something to say about that. He hands the mic to Cesaro. The crowd pops pretty big for Cesaro. He talks about his intentions to become the champion after the Elimination Chamber. Cesaro and Swagger make it to the ring and the bell sounds to kick this one off. Colter is overheard telling Swagger to get out of the ring and let Cesaro start things off. Christian and Cesaro start things off as a "we the people" chant breaks out from the fans in the Staples Center. Cesaro beats up Christian a bit early on and then tags Swagger into the match. Christian immediately turns the tables and beats up Swagger a bit before tagging Sheamus in. Sheamus takes the tag and picks up where Christian left off. Sheamis is having his way with Swagger for a bit until Swagger tags Cesaro back in. The crowd pops pretty big for Cesaro getting tagged back in. Sheamus gets control of Cesaro and then tags Christian in. Christian does a move or two and then tags Sheamus back in. Cesaro starts fighting back on Sheamus. The two trade punches. Everytime Sheamus lands, the crowd boo's. Everytime Cesaro lands, the crowd cheers. Cesaro knocks Sheamus to the floor. We head to a mid-match commercial on that note. When we return from commercial, Cesaro is working Sheamus over and the crowd still seems strongly behind Cesaro. Sheamus quickly turns the tide and tags Christian back in. Christian takes the tag and quickly goes to work on Sheamus with a variety of offensive attacks. Christian goes for the Killswitch but Cesaro avoids it. Cesaro finally tags Swagger back in. Swagger picks up where Christian left off and goes to work on him. Swagger hits a Swagger bomb on Christian and then Cesaro tags himself back in. Cesaro gets Christian in the Cesaro Swing and the crowd explodes. Cesaro swings Christian about seven or eight times. Christian rolls out to the floor to recover. Christian barely makes it back in the ring before the ten count, but does. Swagger tags in and powerslams Christian. Swagger quickly tags Cesaro back in. Both guys make the tag and now Sheamus and Swagger are in. Sheamus is fired up on offense and is throwing Swagger all over the place. Sheamus calls for the Brogue Kick. Cesaro attacks Sheamus, allowing Swagger to apply the Patriot Lock. Christian breaks that up, allowing Sheamus to hit Swagger with the Brogue Kick. 1-2-3. Winners: Sheamus & Christian Backstage: John Cena Backstage, Renee Young is with John Cena. She asks him about his long-standing history with Randy Orton and their match tonight. Cena says WWE has been dominated by two names for a decade -- himself and Orton. Cena says in the past several months you can tell by the audience reaction that we're in the midst of a change. Cena talks about the WWE Network coming and says the crowd is getting behind Daniel Bryan and some others. Cena says tonight he closes his rivalry with Randy Orton and he's going to beat him. He says the next statement is to Antonio Cesaro, Daniel Bryan and The Wyatt Family. He says if any of those guys think they have what it takes to carry the WWE, they have to go through him. We head to commercial. Dolph Ziggler vs. Alberto Del Rio When we return from commercial, we see the 30-second fury clip from WWE's YouTube channel featuring Batista. Dolph Ziggler's music hits and out he comes. Before he can even get in the ring, Alberto Del Rio' music hits and out he comes. Before the camera switched to Del Rio, we could see Ziggler looking disappointed that his entrance was cut short. As Del Rio makes his way to the ring, we see highlights of his showdown with Batista from last week's RAW. The bell rings and Del Rio immediately goes to work on Ziggler with punches. Ziggler hits Del Rio with a picture-perfect dropkick and then drops a ton of elbows on him. JBL, of course, makes a reference to Jerry Lawler's heart attack during this spot. Ziggler hits the FameAsser on Del Rio out of nowhere but Del Rio manages to kick out of the follow-up pin attempt. A "let's go Ziggler" chant breaks out in the Staples Center. Del Rio hits a big superkick to Ziggler seconds later. 1-2-3. That was quick. Winner: Alberto Del Rio After The Match After the match, Del Rio slaps Ziggler in the Cross Armbreaker. He refuses to let go until Batista's music hits. Batista comes out in his ring gear and spears Del Rio. The crowd boo's Batista like crazy. They fight out to the floor. Batista sets a up the Spanish announce table. The crowd cheers briefly and then starts boo'ing him again. Batista hits Del Rio with a big Batista Bomb through the table. The crowd pops for that. Batista's music hits and that'll do it. Backstage: Batista and HHH As we head to another commercial, we get a tease that another WWE Hall Of Fame inductee will be revealed when we return from the break. When we return from commercial, Batista is shown walking backstage. Triple H walks up to him and says he can't have him going off on people like he just did. A "CM Punk" chant can be heard in the arena as HHH continues to talk. He asks Batista to keep his actions in the ring. Batista tells HHH that right now Alberto Del Rio is his business. HHH says that at the Elimination Chamber, Batista can have Del Rio. HHH says he's just looking out for him. Batista says he guesses things really have changed around here. WWE HOF Inductee Amy "Lita" Dumas is confirmed as the newest addition to the WWE Hall Of Fame 2014 class. A video package highlighting her career with her peers discussing her career is shown. Backstage: Road Dogg, Billy Gunn & Betty White Backstage, Betty White is shown with the New Age Outlaws sitting together drinking tea and sitting on couches. Road Dogg does something to her tea. Before they go to drink it, she asks for some lemon. Billy Gunn and Road Dogg argue over who get to get it for her. They both leave. White switches her cup with Gunn's. They all drink it. The Usos vs. Curtis Axel & Ryback When we return from commercial, Michael Cole apologizes for messing up a WWE Network free trial plug and Jerry Lawler apologizes for messing up a reference to the Betty White tea segment a moment ago. The Road Dogg and Billy Gunn join them on commentary. Curtis Axel is in the ring with Ryback. The Usos come out. Cole asks the Outlaws why they haven't give The Usos a title shot as they have been requesting on the WWE App. Gunn is selling something being wrong with his stomach on commentary, obviously stemming from the tea stuff with Betty White earlier. Meanwhile, Axel and Ryback double-team one of the Usos. Apparently Gunn is farting a lot as the announcers keep telling Gunn to stop it, even though he isn't saying anything. They jokingly say that someone should turn his mic off. Axel and Ryback continue to dominate in the ring as the commentary is completing ignoring the action in the ring. Uso hits a big splash for the pin. The Usos win a match that was almost completely ignored on commentary. Winners: The Usos After The Match After the match, Gunn grabs his ass and runs up the ramp. Apparently the tea has kicked in. The announcers laugh about it, blah blah blah. U.S. Title Open Challenge: Dean Ambrose (c) vs. Michael Cole reminds us of Dean Ambrose's open challenge for the U.S. title from earlier in the show as we head to another break. Apparently that is up next. We head to commercial on that note. When we return from commercial, The Shield's music hits and Dean Ambrose makes his way to the ring through the crowd. along with Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins. Ambrose waits to see who accepts his challenge, and it's none other than Mark Henry. Henry comes out smiling as Ambrose looks nervous in the ring. Justin Roberts does the formal introductions as Reigns and Rollins exit the ring. The bell sounds and our U.S. title match is now officially underway. Henry over-powers Ambrose with ease a few times early on. Ambrose eventually uses his speed and quickness to attack the arm of Henry, which is heavily wrapped to sell the attack from Brock Lesnar several weeks ago. Henry's power is too much for Ambrose's quickness, as Henry is back on the offensive attack on the U.S. champ. Ambrose pulls the brace off of Henry's arm and again goes to work on the injured arm of Henry. Henry ends up throwing Ambrose out to the floor. We head to a mid-match commercial. When we return from commercial, Henry is down in the center of the ring as Ambrose continues to work over the arm of Henry. We see some footage of what happened during the commercial break on the WWE App. Henry ends up fighting his way back in the match after throwing Ambrose off the top rope with one arm. Henry hits Ambrose with a couple of clotheslines and a big slam. Henry ends up hitting the World's Strongest Slam on Ambrose, but when he goes to pin him, Rollins breaks the pin up. The ref calls for the bell and it appears as though Ambrose has been disqualified. Winner via DQ: Mark Henry After The Match Henry is beating up Ambrose on the floor. Rollins tries jumping on his back to help him, but Henry manhandles him as well. Reigns up spearing him out of nowhere. The Shield's music hits and they exit through the crowd. As they go to leave, however, The Wyatt Family cuts in. "We're here." The Wyatt Family comes down to their music. When the lights come on, we see The Shield staring at them from the crowd. The hop back over the barricade and walk to the ring. The Wyatt Family approaches the ring as well. The Shield jump up on the ring apron. The Wyatt Family does the same. The crowd is popping for all of this, by the way. This looks really cool. Roman Reigns enters the ring. Bray Wyatt nearly does but decides not to. The crowd boo's. The Wyatt Family back-peddals back up the ramp as The Shield stares them down from inside the ring. We head to commercial. When we return from commercial, AJ Lee, Alicia Fox & Aksana vs. Cameron & The Bella Twins AJ Lee and Nikki Bella kick things off. Bella throws AJ down early. Nikki continues to beat up AJ, so she tags in Aksana. After working over Aksana briefly, the heel Diva takes over the offense momentum in the match. Several tags later, Alicia Fox and Brie Bella are in the ring battling back-and-forth. Brie tags Cameron in. Cameron takes the hot tag and is flying all over the place on the heel Diva trio. We see Eva Marie checking on Nikki outside the ring. Aksana tags back in and within seconds Cameron hits a big DDT on her for the pin. 1-2-3. Cameron and The Bella's win. Winners: Cameron & The Bella Twins Vignette: Alexander Rusev & Lana Before we head to another commercial, we see the tale of the tape for tonight's John Cena vs. Randy Orton main event. On that note, we head to a break. When we return from commercial, we see a vignette for Alexander Rusev and Lana. In-Ring Segment: Kane & Daniel Bryan Back live in the arena, the fire explodes and Corporate Kane makes his way out to the ring. He talks about being put on administrative leave for a week. He said his actions were ill-advised. Before he can continue, Daniel Bryan's music hits. Bryan makes his way to the ring in a hurry to a big pop. He immediately goes to work on Kane. Kane starts fighting back and getting the better of him. Kane goes to chokeslam Bryan but Bryan avoids it. Bryan ducks and pulls down the top rope as Kane runs after him. Kane spills out to the floor. Bryan does his dive through the ropes and splashes onto Kane. Bryan dropkicks Kane over the barricade on the floor. He goes back into the ring and leads the fans in a big "Yes!" chant. Bryan continues chanting "Yes!" with the fans as Michael Cole informs us that our main event between Cena and Orton is next. We head to another commercial. Backstage: Betty White When we return live on RAW, Betty White is shown backstage. She talks about being excited to be here tonight and then introduces us to tonight's main event. John Cena vs. Randy Orton John Cena's music hits and out he comes. His little message to the camera this time is, "this moment defines our future tonight." He sprints down to the ring. Randy Orton's music hits next and out walks the current WWE World Heavyweight Champion. The bell rings and as soon as the two lock up a dueling "let's go Cena" and "Cena sucks" chant breaks out. Cena is too much for Orton early on so Orton rolls out to the floor to regroup. Orton eventually comes back in the ring but Cena again gets the better of him and Orton again rolls to the outside to recover. Orton comes back in and after a kick to the gut, finally gets some offense in on Cena. Cena starts fighting back but Orton cuts him off and finally seems to have found his offensive comfort zone in this match. Orton is picking apart Cena now as the crowd does another dueling Cena chant. The fight between Orton and Cena spills out to the floor. Orton back-suplexes Cena on the barricade and then throws him back in the ring. Orton stomps away at Cena and then poses to the crowd. On that note, we head to our final commercial of the evening. When we return from commercial, Orton is still dominating Cena. Cena slowly starts fighting back, but Orton cuts him short and continues to punish him slowly, but surely. Cena rolls Orton up out of nowhere but Orton kicks out at two. Cena is firing up on offense now as the crowd erupts with a mixed reaction. Cena hits Orton with his Five Knuckle Shuffle signature spot, but Orton avoids an Attitude Adjustment follow-up attempt by Cena. Orton charges at Cena but over-shoots his efforts and ends up flying out to the floor. Cena goes for another A.A. but Orton again avoids it. Orton hits Cena with his draping-DDT move, but off the top rope instead of the middle rope. He then brags to the fans that he's never done that before and that it ain't the same old sh*t. Orton slithers into Viper mode and starts pounding the mat, calling for the RKO. Orton goes for it but Cena reverses into the STF. Orton makes it to the ropes to force Cena to break the hold. Both guys are down. Orton gets up first. Orton goes for the punt, but Cena avoids it. Cena goes for the A.A. but Orton reverses into an RKO. Orton covers Cena, 1-2...Cena kicks out. Cena pops up out of nowhere and hits Orton with an A.A. He pins Orton, 1-2...Orton kicks out at two. Cena puts Orton up on the top rope. He's going for an A.A. off the top. Orton gets knocked off. Cena hits Orton with his leg-drop off the top rope. He follows it up with an A.A. 1-2-3. Cena wins. 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From there we shoot the usual opening, which leads us straight into the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Justin Roberts immediately introduces the special host for tonight's show, Betty White. White makes her way out, accompanied by the Big Show. A "Betty White" chant breaks out immediately. She talks about being thrilled to be a guest here tonight at RAW. Big Show asks Betty what we're going to do tonight. Betty says, "I'm going to kick some ass." Triple H's theme music hits and out come both members of The Authority, HHH and Stephanie McMahon. As they make their way to the ring, Michael Cole announces that the Staples Center is sold out tonight. We shoot to the commentary table where the guys talk about the Elimination Chamber. Betty White and Big Show, meanwhile, have headed backstage. As Triple H begins to speak, the crowd starts chanting something. I couldn't quite make out what it was. HHH says they mentioned last week if Daniel Bryan could defeat Randy Orton, they would reconsider Orton being the face of the WWE. He says the key word is reconsider, and they are also reconsidering Sheamus, Christian, Antonio Cesaro and even John Cena. As he continues to talk, Randy Orton's theme music hits. The WWE World Heavyweight Champion makes his way to the ring. Cole talks about Orton going one-on-one with John Cena later tonight on RAW. Orton gets in the ring, but before he can say anything, Stephanie asks if he's "seriously doing this again." A loud CM Punk chant breaks out as Stephanie reccomends that Orton go backstage and prepare for his match later tonight. Orton says he's been doing some thinking. He's decided that he should come out here and apologize for his actions. He says he's not apologizing to the people, but to Triple H and Stephanie McMahon. He says he's been being childesh lately. He says he needs to bring back "The Viper" for the rest of his championship reign, which starts tonight. Stephanie says that's great but how can they believe him. Orton is cut off by a loud "Daniel Bryan" chant. A crazy "Yes!" chant breaks out as Orton tries to talk over it. He says it was in this building, six months ago, that they called him the face of WWE for the first time. He says they stood here united. Orton is cut off by a loud "CM Punk" chant. Orton says he wants to make good on a promise. He wants to do all the talk shows. He wants to be on every box of cereal and every billboard. He says he's the heart and soul of WWE, definitely not Batista. Daniel Bryan's music hits and out he comes to a thunderous ovation and a loud "Yes!" chant. Bryan asks Orton if he really thinks he's the heart and soul of the WWE. Stephanie cuts him off and says she doesn't appreciate the two of them interupting her and Triple H, especially on live television. She says moving forward people need to make an appointment with the Director Of Operations. Bryan says that's why he's out here. He says Kane is nowhere to be found. Bryan says Kane failed to do their bidding for them last week and he beat Randy Orton. Bryan says this week he doesn't want an appointment with Kane, he wants a match with Kane. Stephanie says Kane is on administrative leave for one week. Bryan says it seems like Stephanie and Triple H are a mixture of arrogance and stupidity. Orton takes offense to Bryan's comments. HHH says he and Stephanie have decided that tonight in this ring on RAW, Daniel Bryan will face -- no one. The crowd does a big "No!" chant. HHH tells him to enjoy his night off. Bryan starts waving his hands and yelling "No!" in HHH's face. Orton and The Authority leave as Bryan seems irritated by their decision. Rey Mysterio, Goldust & Cody Rhodes vs. The Wyatt Family Six-man tag-team action is coming up next. We head to commercial. When we return from commercial, Rey Mysterio's music hits and out comes Mr. 6-1-9. The former WWE Tag-Team Champions Goldust and Cody Rhodes make their way to the ring next. As they are in the middle of walking to the ring, The Wyatt Family cuts them off and they make their entrance. As they make their way to the ring, we see highlights of Goldust vs. Bray Wyatt from last week's SmackDown. The bell rings and Erick Rowan and Cody Rhodes start things off for their respective teams. Cole points out that Rhodes is wearing a heavy knee brace as a result of the moonsault he did off the top of the cage at RAW last week. Rhodes quickly tags out to Goldust. Rowan goes to work on Goldust. Goldust tries fighting back but Rowan cuts him off and tags in Luke Harper. Goldust hits a huricanrana on Harper and tags in Rhodes. Rhodes hits a missile dropkick on him as a follow-up. Rhodes slides Mysterio under the bottom rope and into the Wyatt Family. We head to a mid-match commercial on that note. When we return from commercial, Rowan is working over Goldust in the middle of the ring as Rhodes and Mysterio try to encourage the crowd to rally behind The Golden One. Rowan gets Goldust in The Wyatt Family's corner and then tags Harper back in. They double-team Goldust briefly and then we see some footage via the WWE App from the commercial break. Harper tags Bray Wyatt into the match and Bray immediately picks up where Rowan and Harper left off. Goldust tries fighting back with punches but Bray knocks him down and tags Rowan back in. Rowan works over Goldust for a bit until Goldust hits Rowan with a back-elbow off the middle rope. Rowan goes to charge Goldust but he yanks the top rope down and Rowan goes flying out to the floor. Rowan tags in Harper and Harper stops Goldust from making a tag of his own. Goldust ends up powerslamming Harper and making the tag to Mysterio. Mysterio takes the hot tag and is flying all over the place on Harper and Rowan. Mysterio gets a near fall on Harper but Bray Wyatt comes in to break up the attempt. Mysterio gets both Harper and Wyatt in position for the 6-1-9. He nails Harper with it but Bray avoids it. Rhodes dives onto Bray off the apron. Rowan attacks Rhodes from behind on the floor, but Goldust dives onto him. All guys are down on the floor except Mysterio and Harper. Mysterio goes for the 6-1-9 on Harper but as he was running towards Harper, Bray ran towards him and in one quick motion nailed Mysterio with his Sister Abigail finisher. Apparently Bray was the legal man. 1-2-3. The Wyatt Family wins. Winners: The Wyatt Family After The Match Bray Wyatt sits in his rocking chair at ringside while Rowan and Harper stand next to him. Bray gets on the mic and talks about The Shield being tiny little soliders who will fail like everyone else. He finishes with his "Follow the Buzzards" tag-line. Backstage: The Shield A video replay is shown of Roman Reigns' record-setting performance at the Royal Rumble. After the video, Renee Young is with all three members of The Shield. She asks for their response to the comments made by The Wyatt Family. They all talk about how they're going to beat them at the Elimination Chamber. Renee Young asks Dean Ambrose about being inactive as a United States Champion. As Ambrose makes excuses, Reigns laughs and asks Ambrose what he's talking about. He asks him what kind of champion he wants to be. Ambrose says he'll prove what kind of champion he is by holding an open challenge for the title later tonight. Backstage: Divas, Betty White & New Age Outlaws Backstage, all of the Divas are with Betty White. Vickie Guerrero walks in saying excuse me. She says from one cougar to another, welcome to RAW. The Divas talk about Betty White's TV show. The New Age Outlaws walk in and says they've heard a rumor that the younger generation was going to play a prank on her, but the Outlaws are here to protect her. Billy Gunn says White looks like she could use a cup of tea. They walk with her to go get a cup of tea. Santino Marella (with Emma) vs. Fandango (with Summer Rae) Santino Marella's music hits and he and Emma come out and power-walk to the ring together. Michael Cole says Santino is in action against Fandango next. We head to another commercial break. When we return from commercial, Fandango and Summer Rae are finishing up their entrance, as they dance around the ring together. The bell sounds and Santino stalks Fandango. Santino takes him down early and then plays to the crowd. Moments later, Fandango nails Santino in the back to take over control of the offense. A random "JBL" chant breaks out as Fandango stomps away at Santino in the ring. The Miz storms out to the commentary table and complains about not being scheduled for action again this week. Meanwhile, back in the ring, Santino is fighting his way back into his match with Fandango. Just as he gets some offense strung together, Fandango cuts him short. Fandango hits his big top-rope leg drop on Santino for the 1-2-3. Fandango wins. Winner: Fandango Backstage: Sheamus We go backstage with the newest member of the WWE broadcast team, Byron Saxton. Saxton is joined by Sheamus. He mentions his tag-team match later tonight with Christian against The Real Americans, noting that his partner tonight is one of his opponents at the Elimination Chamber. Sheamus says the Elimination Chamber is the last chance for someone to earn the opportunity to be in the main event at WrestleMania XXX. As he finishes his promo, Michael Cole says he and Christian against The Real Americans is up next. We head to commercial. Sheamus & Christian vs. The Real Americans When we return from commercial, Christian is in the ring finishing his entrance. We see a pre-recorded split-screen interview from earlier today with Christian. He talks about all the discussion lately of who the face of the WWE. Sheamus' music hits and out he comes for this tag-team contest. Once Sheamus' entrance ends, The Real American's music hits and out comes Antonio Cesaro, Jack Swagger and Zeb Colter. Colter says the two non-Americans (Christian and Sheamus) in the ring make him sick. He talks about how the two stayed at home licking their wounds for months and then found a way to sneak back into our country. He says they were then rewarded for it by getting a shot in the Elimination Chamber. Colter says this man may have something to say about that. He hands the mic to Cesaro. The crowd pops pretty big for Cesaro. He talks about his intentions to become the champion after the Elimination Chamber. Cesaro and Swagger make it to the ring and the bell sounds to kick this one off. Colter is overheard telling Swagger to get out of the ring and let Cesaro start things off. Christian and Cesaro start things off as a "we the people" chant breaks out from the fans in the Staples Center. Cesaro beats up Christian a bit early on and then tags Swagger into the match. Christian immediately turns the tables and beats up Swagger a bit before tagging Sheamus in. Sheamus takes the tag and picks up where Christian left off. Sheamis is having his way with Swagger for a bit until Swagger tags Cesaro back in. The crowd pops pretty big for Cesaro getting tagged back in. Sheamus gets control of Cesaro and then tags Christian in. Christian does a move or two and then tags Sheamus back in. Cesaro starts fighting back on Sheamus. The two trade punches. Everytime Sheamus lands, the crowd boo's. Everytime Cesaro lands, the crowd cheers. Cesaro knocks Sheamus to the floor. We head to a mid-match commercial on that note. When we return from commercial, Cesaro is working Sheamus over and the crowd still seems strongly behind Cesaro. Sheamus quickly turns the tide and tags Christian back in. Christian takes the tag and quickly goes to work on Sheamus with a variety of offensive attacks. Christian goes for the Killswitch but Cesaro avoids it. Cesaro finally tags Swagger back in. Swagger picks up where Christian left off and goes to work on him. Swagger hits a Swagger bomb on Christian and then Cesaro tags himself back in. Cesaro gets Christian in the Cesaro Swing and the crowd explodes. Cesaro swings Christian about seven or eight times. Christian rolls out to the floor to recover. Christian barely makes it back in the ring before the ten count, but does. Swagger tags in and powerslams Christian. Swagger quickly tags Cesaro back in. Both guys make the tag and now Sheamus and Swagger are in. Sheamus is fired up on offense and is throwing Swagger all over the place. Sheamus calls for the Brogue Kick. Cesaro attacks Sheamus, allowing Swagger to apply the Patriot Lock. Christian breaks that up, allowing Sheamus to hit Swagger with the Brogue Kick. 1-2-3. Winners: Sheamus & Christian Backstage: John Cena Backstage, Renee Young is with John Cena. She asks him about his long-standing history with Randy Orton and their match tonight. Cena says WWE has been dominated by two names for a decade -- himself and Orton. Cena says in the past several months you can tell by the audience reaction that we're in the midst of a change. Cena talks about the WWE Network coming and says the crowd is getting behind Daniel Bryan and some others. Cena says tonight he closes his rivalry with Randy Orton and he's going to beat him. He says the next statement is to Antonio Cesaro, Daniel Bryan and The Wyatt Family. He says if any of those guys think they have what it takes to carry the WWE, they have to go through him. We head to commercial. Dolph Ziggler vs. Alberto Del Rio When we return from commercial, we see the 30-second fury clip from WWE's YouTube channel featuring Batista. Dolph Ziggler's music hits and out he comes. Before he can even get in the ring, Alberto Del Rio' music hits and out he comes. Before the camera switched to Del Rio, we could see Ziggler looking disappointed that his entrance was cut short. As Del Rio makes his way to the ring, we see highlights of his showdown with Batista from last week's RAW. The bell rings and Del Rio immediately goes to work on Ziggler with punches. Ziggler hits Del Rio with a picture-perfect dropkick and then drops a ton of elbows on him. JBL, of course, makes a reference to Jerry Lawler's heart attack during this spot. Ziggler hits the FameAsser on Del Rio out of nowhere but Del Rio manages to kick out of the follow-up pin attempt. A "let's go Ziggler" chant breaks out in the Staples Center. Del Rio hits a big superkick to Ziggler seconds later. 1-2-3. That was quick. Winner: Alberto Del Rio After The Match After the match, Del Rio slaps Ziggler in the Cross Armbreaker. He refuses to let go until Batista's music hits. Batista comes out in his ring gear and spears Del Rio. The crowd boo's Batista like crazy. They fight out to the floor. Batista sets a up the Spanish announce table. The crowd cheers briefly and then starts boo'ing him again. Batista hits Del Rio with a big Batista Bomb through the table. The crowd pops for that. Batista's music hits and that'll do it. Backstage: Batista and HHH As we head to another commercial, we get a tease that another WWE Hall Of Fame inductee will be revealed when we return from the break. When we return from commercial, Batista is shown walking backstage. Triple H walks up to him and says he can't have him going off on people like he just did. A "CM Punk" chant can be heard in the arena as HHH continues to talk. He asks Batista to keep his actions in the ring. Batista tells HHH that right now Alberto Del Rio is his business. HHH says that at the Elimination Chamber, Batista can have Del Rio. HHH says he's just looking out for him. Batista says he guesses things really have changed around here. WWE HOF Inductee Amy "Lita" Dumas is confirmed as the newest addition to the WWE Hall Of Fame 2014 class. A video package highlighting her career with her peers discussing her career is shown. Backstage: Road Dogg, Billy Gunn & Betty White Backstage, Betty White is shown with the New Age Outlaws sitting together drinking tea and sitting on couches. Road Dogg does something to her tea. Before they go to drink it, she asks for some lemon. Billy Gunn and Road Dogg argue over who get to get it for her. They both leave. White switches her cup with Gunn's. They all drink it. The Usos vs. Curtis Axel & Ryback When we return from commercial, Michael Cole apologizes for messing up a WWE Network free trial plug and Jerry Lawler apologizes for messing up a reference to the Betty White tea segment a moment ago. The Road Dogg and Billy Gunn join them on commentary. Curtis Axel is in the ring with Ryback. The Usos come out. Cole asks the Outlaws why they haven't give The Usos a title shot as they have been requesting on the WWE App. Gunn is selling something being wrong with his stomach on commentary, obviously stemming from the tea stuff with Betty White earlier. Meanwhile, Axel and Ryback double-team one of the Usos. Apparently Gunn is farting a lot as the announcers keep telling Gunn to stop it, even though he isn't saying anything. They jokingly say that someone should turn his mic off. Axel and Ryback continue to dominate in the ring as the commentary is completing ignoring the action in the ring. Uso hits a big splash for the pin. The Usos win a match that was almost completely ignored on commentary. Winners: The Usos After The Match After the match, Gunn grabs his ass and runs up the ramp. Apparently the tea has kicked in. The announcers laugh about it, blah blah blah. U.S. Title Open Challenge: Dean Ambrose (c) vs. Michael Cole reminds us of Dean Ambrose's open challenge for the U.S. title from earlier in the show as we head to another break. Apparently that is up next. We head to commercial on that note. When we return from commercial, The Shield's music hits and Dean Ambrose makes his way to the ring through the crowd. along with Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins. Ambrose waits to see who accepts his challenge, and it's none other than Mark Henry. Henry comes out smiling as Ambrose looks nervous in the ring. Justin Roberts does the formal introductions as Reigns and Rollins exit the ring. The bell sounds and our U.S. title match is now officially underway. Henry over-powers Ambrose with ease a few times early on. Ambrose eventually uses his speed and quickness to attack the arm of Henry, which is heavily wrapped to sell the attack from Brock Lesnar several weeks ago. Henry's power is too much for Ambrose's quickness, as Henry is back on the offensive attack on the U.S. champ. Ambrose pulls the brace off of Henry's arm and again goes to work on the injured arm of Henry. Henry ends up throwing Ambrose out to the floor. We head to a mid-match commercial. When we return from commercial, Henry is down in the center of the ring as Ambrose continues to work over the arm of Henry. We see some footage of what happened during the commercial break on the WWE App. Henry ends up fighting his way back in the match after throwing Ambrose off the top rope with one arm. Henry hits Ambrose with a couple of clotheslines and a big slam. Henry ends up hitting the World's Strongest Slam on Ambrose, but when he goes to pin him, Rollins breaks the pin up. The ref calls for the bell and it appears as though Ambrose has been disqualified. Winner via DQ: Mark Henry After The Match Henry is beating up Ambrose on the floor. Rollins tries jumping on his back to help him, but Henry manhandles him as well. Reigns up spearing him out of nowhere. The Shield's music hits and they exit through the crowd. As they go to leave, however, The Wyatt Family cuts in. "We're here." The Wyatt Family comes down to their music. When the lights come on, we see The Shield staring at them from the crowd. The hop back over the barricade and walk to the ring. The Wyatt Family approaches the ring as well. The Shield jump up on the ring apron. The Wyatt Family does the same. The crowd is popping for all of this, by the way. This looks really cool. Roman Reigns enters the ring. Bray Wyatt nearly does but decides not to. The crowd boo's. The Wyatt Family back-peddals back up the ramp as The Shield stares them down from inside the ring. We head to commercial. When we return from commercial, AJ Lee, Alicia Fox & Aksana vs. Cameron & The Bella Twins AJ Lee and Nikki Bella kick things off. Bella throws AJ down early. Nikki continues to beat up AJ, so she tags in Aksana. After working over Aksana briefly, the heel Diva takes over the offense momentum in the match. Several tags later, Alicia Fox and Brie Bella are in the ring battling back-and-forth. Brie tags Cameron in. Cameron takes the hot tag and is flying all over the place on the heel Diva trio. We see Eva Marie checking on Nikki outside the ring. Aksana tags back in and within seconds Cameron hits a big DDT on her for the pin. 1-2-3. Cameron and The Bella's win. Winners: Cameron & The Bella Twins Vignette: Alexander Rusev & Lana Before we head to another commercial, we see the tale of the tape for tonight's John Cena vs. Randy Orton main event. On that note, we head to a break. When we return from commercial, we see a vignette for Alexander Rusev and Lana. In-Ring Segment: Kane & Daniel Bryan Back live in the arena, the fire explodes and Corporate Kane makes his way out to the ring. He talks about being put on administrative leave for a week. He said his actions were ill-advised. Before he can continue, Daniel Bryan's music hits. Bryan makes his way to the ring in a hurry to a big pop. He immediately goes to work on Kane. Kane starts fighting back and getting the better of him. Kane goes to chokeslam Bryan but Bryan avoids it. Bryan ducks and pulls down the top rope as Kane runs after him. Kane spills out to the floor. Bryan does his dive through the ropes and splashes onto Kane. Bryan dropkicks Kane over the barricade on the floor. He goes back into the ring and leads the fans in a big "Yes!" chant. Bryan continues chanting "Yes!" with the fans as Michael Cole informs us that our main event between Cena and Orton is next. We head to another commercial. Backstage: Betty White When we return live on RAW, Betty White is shown backstage. She talks about being excited to be here tonight and then introduces us to tonight's main event. John Cena vs. Randy Orton John Cena's music hits and out he comes. His little message to the camera this time is, "this moment defines our future tonight." He sprints down to the ring. Randy Orton's music hits next and out walks the current WWE World Heavyweight Champion. The bell rings and as soon as the two lock up a dueling "let's go Cena" and "Cena sucks" chant breaks out. Cena is too much for Orton early on so Orton rolls out to the floor to regroup. Orton eventually comes back in the ring but Cena again gets the better of him and Orton again rolls to the outside to recover. Orton comes back in and after a kick to the gut, finally gets some offense in on Cena. Cena starts fighting back but Orton cuts him off and finally seems to have found his offensive comfort zone in this match. Orton is picking apart Cena now as the crowd does another dueling Cena chant. The fight between Orton and Cena spills out to the floor. Orton back-suplexes Cena on the barricade and then throws him back in the ring. Orton stomps away at Cena and then poses to the crowd. On that note, we head to our final commercial of the evening. When we return from commercial, Orton is still dominating Cena. Cena slowly starts fighting back, but Orton cuts him short and continues to punish him slowly, but surely. Cena rolls Orton up out of nowhere but Orton kicks out at two. Cena is firing up on offense now as the crowd erupts with a mixed reaction. Cena hits Orton with his Five Knuckle Shuffle signature spot, but Orton avoids an Attitude Adjustment follow-up attempt by Cena. Orton charges at Cena but over-shoots his efforts and ends up flying out to the floor. Cena goes for another A.A. but Orton again avoids it. Orton hits Cena with his draping-DDT move, but off the top rope instead of the middle rope. He then brags to the fans that he's never done that before and that it ain't the same old sh*t. Orton slithers into Viper mode and starts pounding the mat, calling for the RKO. Orton goes for it but Cena reverses into the STF. Orton makes it to the ropes to force Cena to break the hold. Both guys are down. Orton gets up first. Orton goes for the punt, but Cena avoids it. Cena goes for the A.A. but Orton reverses into an RKO. Orton covers Cena, 1-2...Cena kicks out. Cena pops up out of nowhere and hits Orton with an A.A. He pins Orton, 1-2...Orton kicks out at two. Cena puts Orton up on the top rope. He's going for an A.A. off the top. Orton gets knocked off. Cena hits Orton with his leg-drop off the top rope. He follows it up with an A.A. 1-2-3. Cena wins. 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From there we shoot the usual opening, which leads us straight into the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Justin Roberts immediately introduces the special host for tonight's show, Betty White. White makes her way out, accompanied by the Big Show. A "Betty White" chant breaks out immediately. She talks about being thrilled to be a guest here tonight at RAW. Big Show asks Betty what we're going to do tonight. Betty says, "I'm going to kick some ass." Triple H's theme music hits and out come both members of The Authority, HHH and Stephanie McMahon. As they make their way to the ring, Michael Cole announces that the Staples Center is sold out tonight. We shoot to the commentary table where the guys talk about the Elimination Chamber. Betty White and Big Show, meanwhile, have headed backstage. As Triple H begins to speak, the crowd starts chanting something. I couldn't quite make out what it was. HHH says they mentioned last week if Daniel Bryan could defeat Randy Orton, they would reconsider Orton being the face of the WWE. He says the key word is reconsider, and they are also reconsidering Sheamus, Christian, Antonio Cesaro and even John Cena. As he continues to talk, Randy Orton's theme music hits. The WWE World Heavyweight Champion makes his way to the ring. Cole talks about Orton going one-on-one with John Cena later tonight on RAW. Orton gets in the ring, but before he can say anything, Stephanie asks if he's "seriously doing this again." A loud CM Punk chant breaks out as Stephanie reccomends that Orton go backstage and prepare for his match later tonight. Orton says he's been doing some thinking. He's decided that he should come out here and apologize for his actions. He says he's not apologizing to the people, but to Triple H and Stephanie McMahon. He says he's been being childesh lately. He says he needs to bring back "The Viper" for the rest of his championship reign, which starts tonight. Stephanie says that's great but how can they believe him. Orton is cut off by a loud "Daniel Bryan" chant. A crazy "Yes!" chant breaks out as Orton tries to talk over it. He says it was in this building, six months ago, that they called him the face of WWE for the first time. He says they stood here united. Orton is cut off by a loud "CM Punk" chant. Orton says he wants to make good on a promise. He wants to do all the talk shows. He wants to be on every box of cereal and every billboard. He says he's the heart and soul of WWE, definitely not Batista. Daniel Bryan's music hits and out he comes to a thunderous ovation and a loud "Yes!" chant. Bryan asks Orton if he really thinks he's the heart and soul of the WWE. Stephanie cuts him off and says she doesn't appreciate the two of them interupting her and Triple H, especially on live television. She says moving forward people need to make an appointment with the Director Of Operations. Bryan says that's why he's out here. He says Kane is nowhere to be found. Bryan says Kane failed to do their bidding for them last week and he beat Randy Orton. Bryan says this week he doesn't want an appointment with Kane, he wants a match with Kane. Stephanie says Kane is on administrative leave for one week. Bryan says it seems like Stephanie and Triple H are a mixture of arrogance and stupidity. Orton takes offense to Bryan's comments. HHH says he and Stephanie have decided that tonight in this ring on RAW, Daniel Bryan will face -- no one. The crowd does a big "No!" chant. HHH tells him to enjoy his night off. Bryan starts waving his hands and yelling "No!" in HHH's face. Orton and The Authority leave as Bryan seems irritated by their decision. Rey Mysterio, Goldust & Cody Rhodes vs. The Wyatt Family Six-man tag-team action is coming up next. We head to commercial. When we return from commercial, Rey Mysterio's music hits and out comes Mr. 6-1-9. The former WWE Tag-Team Champions Goldust and Cody Rhodes make their way to the ring next. As they are in the middle of walking to the ring, The Wyatt Family cuts them off and they make their entrance. As they make their way to the ring, we see highlights of Goldust vs. Bray Wyatt from last week's SmackDown. The bell rings and Erick Rowan and Cody Rhodes start things off for their respective teams. Cole points out that Rhodes is wearing a heavy knee brace as a result of the moonsault he did off the top of the cage at RAW last week. Rhodes quickly tags out to Goldust. Rowan goes to work on Goldust. Goldust tries fighting back but Rowan cuts him off and tags in Luke Harper. Goldust hits a huricanrana on Harper and tags in Rhodes. Rhodes hits a missile dropkick on him as a follow-up. Rhodes slides Mysterio under the bottom rope and into the Wyatt Family. We head to a mid-match commercial on that note. When we return from commercial, Rowan is working over Goldust in the middle of the ring as Rhodes and Mysterio try to encourage the crowd to rally behind The Golden One. Rowan gets Goldust in The Wyatt Family's corner and then tags Harper back in. They double-team Goldust briefly and then we see some footage via the WWE App from the commercial break. Harper tags Bray Wyatt into the match and Bray immediately picks up where Rowan and Harper left off. Goldust tries fighting back with punches but Bray knocks him down and tags Rowan back in. Rowan works over Goldust for a bit until Goldust hits Rowan with a back-elbow off the middle rope. Rowan goes to charge Goldust but he yanks the top rope down and Rowan goes flying out to the floor. Rowan tags in Harper and Harper stops Goldust from making a tag of his own. Goldust ends up powerslamming Harper and making the tag to Mysterio. Mysterio takes the hot tag and is flying all over the place on Harper and Rowan. Mysterio gets a near fall on Harper but Bray Wyatt comes in to break up the attempt. Mysterio gets both Harper and Wyatt in position for the 6-1-9. He nails Harper with it but Bray avoids it. Rhodes dives onto Bray off the apron. Rowan attacks Rhodes from behind on the floor, but Goldust dives onto him. All guys are down on the floor except Mysterio and Harper. Mysterio goes for the 6-1-9 on Harper but as he was running towards Harper, Bray ran towards him and in one quick motion nailed Mysterio with his Sister Abigail finisher. Apparently Bray was the legal man. 1-2-3. The Wyatt Family wins. Winners: The Wyatt Family After The Match Bray Wyatt sits in his rocking chair at ringside while Rowan and Harper stand next to him. Bray gets on the mic and talks about The Shield being tiny little soliders who will fail like everyone else. He finishes with his "Follow the Buzzards" tag-line. Backstage: The Shield A video replay is shown of Roman Reigns' record-setting performance at the Royal Rumble. After the video, Renee Young is with all three members of The Shield. She asks for their response to the comments made by The Wyatt Family. They all talk about how they're going to beat them at the Elimination Chamber. Renee Young asks Dean Ambrose about being inactive as a United States Champion. As Ambrose makes excuses, Reigns laughs and asks Ambrose what he's talking about. He asks him what kind of champion he wants to be. Ambrose says he'll prove what kind of champion he is by holding an open challenge for the title later tonight. Backstage: Divas, Betty White & New Age Outlaws Backstage, all of the Divas are with Betty White. Vickie Guerrero walks in saying excuse me. She says from one cougar to another, welcome to RAW. The Divas talk about Betty White's TV show. The New Age Outlaws walk in and says they've heard a rumor that the younger generation was going to play a prank on her, but the Outlaws are here to protect her. Billy Gunn says White looks like she could use a cup of tea. They walk with her to go get a cup of tea. Santino Marella (with Emma) vs. Fandango (with Summer Rae) Santino Marella's music hits and he and Emma come out and power-walk to the ring together. Michael Cole says Santino is in action against Fandango next. We head to another commercial break. When we return from commercial, Fandango and Summer Rae are finishing up their entrance, as they dance around the ring together. The bell sounds and Santino stalks Fandango. Santino takes him down early and then plays to the crowd. Moments later, Fandango nails Santino in the back to take over control of the offense. A random "JBL" chant breaks out as Fandango stomps away at Santino in the ring. The Miz storms out to the commentary table and complains about not being scheduled for action again this week. Meanwhile, back in the ring, Santino is fighting his way back into his match with Fandango. Just as he gets some offense strung together, Fandango cuts him short. Fandango hits his big top-rope leg drop on Santino for the 1-2-3. Fandango wins. Winner: Fandango Backstage: Sheamus We go backstage with the newest member of the WWE broadcast team, Byron Saxton. Saxton is joined by Sheamus. He mentions his tag-team match later tonight with Christian against The Real Americans, noting that his partner tonight is one of his opponents at the Elimination Chamber. Sheamus says the Elimination Chamber is the last chance for someone to earn the opportunity to be in the main event at WrestleMania XXX. As he finishes his promo, Michael Cole says he and Christian against The Real Americans is up next. We head to commercial. Sheamus & Christian vs. The Real Americans When we return from commercial, Christian is in the ring finishing his entrance. We see a pre-recorded split-screen interview from earlier today with Christian. He talks about all the discussion lately of who the face of the WWE. Sheamus' music hits and out he comes for this tag-team contest. Once Sheamus' entrance ends, The Real American's music hits and out comes Antonio Cesaro, Jack Swagger and Zeb Colter. Colter says the two non-Americans (Christian and Sheamus) in the ring make him sick. He talks about how the two stayed at home licking their wounds for months and then found a way to sneak back into our country. He says they were then rewarded for it by getting a shot in the Elimination Chamber. Colter says this man may have something to say about that. He hands the mic to Cesaro. The crowd pops pretty big for Cesaro. He talks about his intentions to become the champion after the Elimination Chamber. Cesaro and Swagger make it to the ring and the bell sounds to kick this one off. Colter is overheard telling Swagger to get out of the ring and let Cesaro start things off. Christian and Cesaro start things off as a "we the people" chant breaks out from the fans in the Staples Center. Cesaro beats up Christian a bit early on and then tags Swagger into the match. Christian immediately turns the tables and beats up Swagger a bit before tagging Sheamus in. Sheamus takes the tag and picks up where Christian left off. Sheamis is having his way with Swagger for a bit until Swagger tags Cesaro back in. The crowd pops pretty big for Cesaro getting tagged back in. Sheamus gets control of Cesaro and then tags Christian in. Christian does a move or two and then tags Sheamus back in. Cesaro starts fighting back on Sheamus. The two trade punches. Everytime Sheamus lands, the crowd boo's. Everytime Cesaro lands, the crowd cheers. Cesaro knocks Sheamus to the floor. We head to a mid-match commercial on that note. When we return from commercial, Cesaro is working Sheamus over and the crowd still seems strongly behind Cesaro. Sheamus quickly turns the tide and tags Christian back in. Christian takes the tag and quickly goes to work on Sheamus with a variety of offensive attacks. Christian goes for the Killswitch but Cesaro avoids it. Cesaro finally tags Swagger back in. Swagger picks up where Christian left off and goes to work on him. Swagger hits a Swagger bomb on Christian and then Cesaro tags himself back in. Cesaro gets Christian in the Cesaro Swing and the crowd explodes. Cesaro swings Christian about seven or eight times. Christian rolls out to the floor to recover. Christian barely makes it back in the ring before the ten count, but does. Swagger tags in and powerslams Christian. Swagger quickly tags Cesaro back in. Both guys make the tag and now Sheamus and Swagger are in. Sheamus is fired up on offense and is throwing Swagger all over the place. Sheamus calls for the Brogue Kick. Cesaro attacks Sheamus, allowing Swagger to apply the Patriot Lock. Christian breaks that up, allowing Sheamus to hit Swagger with the Brogue Kick. 1-2-3. Winners: Sheamus & Christian Backstage: John Cena Backstage, Renee Young is with John Cena. She asks him about his long-standing history with Randy Orton and their match tonight. Cena says WWE has been dominated by two names for a decade -- himself and Orton. Cena says in the past several months you can tell by the audience reaction that we're in the midst of a change. Cena talks about the WWE Network coming and says the crowd is getting behind Daniel Bryan and some others. Cena says tonight he closes his rivalry with Randy Orton and he's going to beat him. He says the next statement is to Antonio Cesaro, Daniel Bryan and The Wyatt Family. He says if any of those guys think they have what it takes to carry the WWE, they have to go through him. We head to commercial. Dolph Ziggler vs. Alberto Del Rio When we return from commercial, we see the 30-second fury clip from WWE's YouTube channel featuring Batista. Dolph Ziggler's music hits and out he comes. Before he can even get in the ring, Alberto Del Rio' music hits and out he comes. Before the camera switched to Del Rio, we could see Ziggler looking disappointed that his entrance was cut short. As Del Rio makes his way to the ring, we see highlights of his showdown with Batista from last week's RAW. The bell rings and Del Rio immediately goes to work on Ziggler with punches. Ziggler hits Del Rio with a picture-perfect dropkick and then drops a ton of elbows on him. JBL, of course, makes a reference to Jerry Lawler's heart attack during this spot. Ziggler hits the FameAsser on Del Rio out of nowhere but Del Rio manages to kick out of the follow-up pin attempt. A "let's go Ziggler" chant breaks out in the Staples Center. Del Rio hits a big superkick to Ziggler seconds later. 1-2-3. That was quick. Winner: Alberto Del Rio After The Match After the match, Del Rio slaps Ziggler in the Cross Armbreaker. He refuses to let go until Batista's music hits. Batista comes out in his ring gear and spears Del Rio. The crowd boo's Batista like crazy. They fight out to the floor. Batista sets a up the Spanish announce table. The crowd cheers briefly and then starts boo'ing him again. Batista hits Del Rio with a big Batista Bomb through the table. The crowd pops for that. Batista's music hits and that'll do it. Backstage: Batista and HHH As we head to another commercial, we get a tease that another WWE Hall Of Fame inductee will be revealed when we return from the break. When we return from commercial, Batista is shown walking backstage. Triple H walks up to him and says he can't have him going off on people like he just did. A "CM Punk" chant can be heard in the arena as HHH continues to talk. He asks Batista to keep his actions in the ring. Batista tells HHH that right now Alberto Del Rio is his business. HHH says that at the Elimination Chamber, Batista can have Del Rio. HHH says he's just looking out for him. Batista says he guesses things really have changed around here. WWE HOF Inductee Amy "Lita" Dumas is confirmed as the newest addition to the WWE Hall Of Fame 2014 class. A video package highlighting her career with her peers discussing her career is shown. Backstage: Road Dogg, Billy Gunn & Betty White Backstage, Betty White is shown with the New Age Outlaws sitting together drinking tea and sitting on couches. Road Dogg does something to her tea. Before they go to drink it, she asks for some lemon. Billy Gunn and Road Dogg argue over who get to get it for her. They both leave. White switches her cup with Gunn's. They all drink it. The Usos vs. Curtis Axel & Ryback When we return from commercial, Michael Cole apologizes for messing up a WWE Network free trial plug and Jerry Lawler apologizes for messing up a reference to the Betty White tea segment a moment ago. The Road Dogg and Billy Gunn join them on commentary. Curtis Axel is in the ring with Ryback. The Usos come out. Cole asks the Outlaws why they haven't give The Usos a title shot as they have been requesting on the WWE App. Gunn is selling something being wrong with his stomach on commentary, obviously stemming from the tea stuff with Betty White earlier. Meanwhile, Axel and Ryback double-team one of the Usos. Apparently Gunn is farting a lot as the announcers keep telling Gunn to stop it, even though he isn't saying anything. They jokingly say that someone should turn his mic off. Axel and Ryback continue to dominate in the ring as the commentary is completing ignoring the action in the ring. Uso hits a big splash for the pin. The Usos win a match that was almost completely ignored on commentary. Winners: The Usos After The Match After the match, Gunn grabs his ass and runs up the ramp. Apparently the tea has kicked in. The announcers laugh about it, blah blah blah. U.S. Title Open Challenge: Dean Ambrose (c) vs. Michael Cole reminds us of Dean Ambrose's open challenge for the U.S. title from earlier in the show as we head to another break. Apparently that is up next. We head to commercial on that note. When we return from commercial, The Shield's music hits and Dean Ambrose makes his way to the ring through the crowd. along with Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins. Ambrose waits to see who accepts his challenge, and it's none other than Mark Henry. Henry comes out smiling as Ambrose looks nervous in the ring. Justin Roberts does the formal introductions as Reigns and Rollins exit the ring. The bell sounds and our U.S. title match is now officially underway. Henry over-powers Ambrose with ease a few times early on. Ambrose eventually uses his speed and quickness to attack the arm of Henry, which is heavily wrapped to sell the attack from Brock Lesnar several weeks ago. Henry's power is too much for Ambrose's quickness, as Henry is back on the offensive attack on the U.S. champ. Ambrose pulls the brace off of Henry's arm and again goes to work on the injured arm of Henry. Henry ends up throwing Ambrose out to the floor. We head to a mid-match commercial. When we return from commercial, Henry is down in the center of the ring as Ambrose continues to work over the arm of Henry. We see some footage of what happened during the commercial break on the WWE App. Henry ends up fighting his way back in the match after throwing Ambrose off the top rope with one arm. Henry hits Ambrose with a couple of clotheslines and a big slam. Henry ends up hitting the World's Strongest Slam on Ambrose, but when he goes to pin him, Rollins breaks the pin up. The ref calls for the bell and it appears as though Ambrose has been disqualified. Winner via DQ: Mark Henry After The Match Henry is beating up Ambrose on the floor. Rollins tries jumping on his back to help him, but Henry manhandles him as well. Reigns up spearing him out of nowhere. The Shield's music hits and they exit through the crowd. As they go to leave, however, The Wyatt Family cuts in. "We're here." The Wyatt Family comes down to their music. When the lights come on, we see The Shield staring at them from the crowd. The hop back over the barricade and walk to the ring. The Wyatt Family approaches the ring as well. The Shield jump up on the ring apron. The Wyatt Family does the same. The crowd is popping for all of this, by the way. This looks really cool. Roman Reigns enters the ring. Bray Wyatt nearly does but decides not to. The crowd boo's. The Wyatt Family back-peddals back up the ramp as The Shield stares them down from inside the ring. We head to commercial. When we return from commercial, AJ Lee, Alicia Fox & Aksana vs. Cameron & The Bella Twins AJ Lee and Nikki Bella kick things off. Bella throws AJ down early. Nikki continues to beat up AJ, so she tags in Aksana. After working over Aksana briefly, the heel Diva takes over the offense momentum in the match. Several tags later, Alicia Fox and Brie Bella are in the ring battling back-and-forth. Brie tags Cameron in. Cameron takes the hot tag and is flying all over the place on the heel Diva trio. We see Eva Marie checking on Nikki outside the ring. Aksana tags back in and within seconds Cameron hits a big DDT on her for the pin. 1-2-3. Cameron and The Bella's win. Winners: Cameron & The Bella Twins Vignette: Alexander Rusev & Lana Before we head to another commercial, we see the tale of the tape for tonight's John Cena vs. Randy Orton main event. On that note, we head to a break. When we return from commercial, we see a vignette for Alexander Rusev and Lana. In-Ring Segment: Kane & Daniel Bryan Back live in the arena, the fire explodes and Corporate Kane makes his way out to the ring. He talks about being put on administrative leave for a week. He said his actions were ill-advised. Before he can continue, Daniel Bryan's music hits. Bryan makes his way to the ring in a hurry to a big pop. He immediately goes to work on Kane. Kane starts fighting back and getting the better of him. Kane goes to chokeslam Bryan but Bryan avoids it. Bryan ducks and pulls down the top rope as Kane runs after him. Kane spills out to the floor. Bryan does his dive through the ropes and splashes onto Kane. Bryan dropkicks Kane over the barricade on the floor. He goes back into the ring and leads the fans in a big "Yes!" chant. Bryan continues chanting "Yes!" with the fans as Michael Cole informs us that our main event between Cena and Orton is next. We head to another commercial. Backstage: Betty White When we return live on RAW, Betty White is shown backstage. She talks about being excited to be here tonight and then introduces us to tonight's main event. John Cena vs. Randy Orton John Cena's music hits and out he comes. His little message to the camera this time is, "this moment defines our future tonight." He sprints down to the ring. Randy Orton's music hits next and out walks the current WWE World Heavyweight Champion. The bell rings and as soon as the two lock up a dueling "let's go Cena" and "Cena sucks" chant breaks out. Cena is too much for Orton early on so Orton rolls out to the floor to regroup. Orton eventually comes back in the ring but Cena again gets the better of him and Orton again rolls to the outside to recover. Orton comes back in and after a kick to the gut, finally gets some offense in on Cena. Cena starts fighting back but Orton cuts him off and finally seems to have found his offensive comfort zone in this match. Orton is picking apart Cena now as the crowd does another dueling Cena chant. The fight between Orton and Cena spills out to the floor. Orton back-suplexes Cena on the barricade and then throws him back in the ring. Orton stomps away at Cena and then poses to the crowd. On that note, we head to our final commercial of the evening. When we return from commercial, Orton is still dominating Cena. Cena slowly starts fighting back, but Orton cuts him short and continues to punish him slowly, but surely. Cena rolls Orton up out of nowhere but Orton kicks out at two. Cena is firing up on offense now as the crowd erupts with a mixed reaction. Cena hits Orton with his Five Knuckle Shuffle signature spot, but Orton avoids an Attitude Adjustment follow-up attempt by Cena. Orton charges at Cena but over-shoots his efforts and ends up flying out to the floor. Cena goes for another A.A. but Orton again avoids it. Orton hits Cena with his draping-DDT move, but off the top rope instead of the middle rope. He then brags to the fans that he's never done that before and that it ain't the same old sh*t. Orton slithers into Viper mode and starts pounding the mat, calling for the RKO. Orton goes for it but Cena reverses into the STF. Orton makes it to the ropes to force Cena to break the hold. Both guys are down. Orton gets up first. Orton goes for the punt, but Cena avoids it. Cena goes for the A.A. but Orton reverses into an RKO. Orton covers Cena, 1-2...Cena kicks out. Cena pops up out of nowhere and hits Orton with an A.A. He pins Orton, 1-2...Orton kicks out at two. Cena puts Orton up on the top rope. He's going for an A.A. off the top. Orton gets knocked off. Cena hits Orton with his leg-drop off the top rope. He follows it up with an A.A. 1-2-3. Cena wins. 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From there we shoot the usual opening, which leads us straight into the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Justin Roberts immediately introduces the special host for tonight's show, Betty White. White makes her way out, accompanied by the Big Show. A "Betty White" chant breaks out immediately. She talks about being thrilled to be a guest here tonight at RAW. Big Show asks Betty what we're going to do tonight. Betty says, "I'm going to kick some ass." Triple H's theme music hits and out come both members of The Authority, HHH and Stephanie McMahon. As they make their way to the ring, Michael Cole announces that the Staples Center is sold out tonight. We shoot to the commentary table where the guys talk about the Elimination Chamber. Betty White and Big Show, meanwhile, have headed backstage. As Triple H begins to speak, the crowd starts chanting something. I couldn't quite make out what it was. HHH says they mentioned last week if Daniel Bryan could defeat Randy Orton, they would reconsider Orton being the face of the WWE. He says the key word is reconsider, and they are also reconsidering Sheamus, Christian, Antonio Cesaro and even John Cena. As he continues to talk, Randy Orton's theme music hits. The WWE World Heavyweight Champion makes his way to the ring. Cole talks about Orton going one-on-one with John Cena later tonight on RAW. Orton gets in the ring, but before he can say anything, Stephanie asks if he's "seriously doing this again." A loud CM Punk chant breaks out as Stephanie reccomends that Orton go backstage and prepare for his match later tonight. Orton says he's been doing some thinking. He's decided that he should come out here and apologize for his actions. He says he's not apologizing to the people, but to Triple H and Stephanie McMahon. He says he's been being childesh lately. He says he needs to bring back "The Viper" for the rest of his championship reign, which starts tonight. Stephanie says that's great but how can they believe him. Orton is cut off by a loud "Daniel Bryan" chant. A crazy "Yes!" chant breaks out as Orton tries to talk over it. He says it was in this building, six months ago, that they called him the face of WWE for the first time. He says they stood here united. Orton is cut off by a loud "CM Punk" chant. Orton says he wants to make good on a promise. He wants to do all the talk shows. He wants to be on every box of cereal and every billboard. He says he's the heart and soul of WWE, definitely not Batista. Daniel Bryan's music hits and out he comes to a thunderous ovation and a loud "Yes!" chant. Bryan asks Orton if he really thinks he's the heart and soul of the WWE. Stephanie cuts him off and says she doesn't appreciate the two of them interupting her and Triple H, especially on live television. She says moving forward people need to make an appointment with the Director Of Operations. Bryan says that's why he's out here. He says Kane is nowhere to be found. Bryan says Kane failed to do their bidding for them last week and he beat Randy Orton. Bryan says this week he doesn't want an appointment with Kane, he wants a match with Kane. Stephanie says Kane is on administrative leave for one week. Bryan says it seems like Stephanie and Triple H are a mixture of arrogance and stupidity. Orton takes offense to Bryan's comments. HHH says he and Stephanie have decided that tonight in this ring on RAW, Daniel Bryan will face -- no one. The crowd does a big "No!" chant. HHH tells him to enjoy his night off. Bryan starts waving his hands and yelling "No!" in HHH's face. Orton and The Authority leave as Bryan seems irritated by their decision. Rey Mysterio, Goldust & Cody Rhodes vs. The Wyatt Family Six-man tag-team action is coming up next. We head to commercial. When we return from commercial, Rey Mysterio's music hits and out comes Mr. 6-1-9. The former WWE Tag-Team Champions Goldust and Cody Rhodes make their way to the ring next. As they are in the middle of walking to the ring, The Wyatt Family cuts them off and they make their entrance. As they make their way to the ring, we see highlights of Goldust vs. Bray Wyatt from last week's SmackDown. The bell rings and Erick Rowan and Cody Rhodes start things off for their respective teams. Cole points out that Rhodes is wearing a heavy knee brace as a result of the moonsault he did off the top of the cage at RAW last week. Rhodes quickly tags out to Goldust. Rowan goes to work on Goldust. Goldust tries fighting back but Rowan cuts him off and tags in Luke Harper. Goldust hits a huricanrana on Harper and tags in Rhodes. Rhodes hits a missile dropkick on him as a follow-up. Rhodes slides Mysterio under the bottom rope and into the Wyatt Family. We head to a mid-match commercial on that note. When we return from commercial, Rowan is working over Goldust in the middle of the ring as Rhodes and Mysterio try to encourage the crowd to rally behind The Golden One. Rowan gets Goldust in The Wyatt Family's corner and then tags Harper back in. They double-team Goldust briefly and then we see some footage via the WWE App from the commercial break. Harper tags Bray Wyatt into the match and Bray immediately picks up where Rowan and Harper left off. Goldust tries fighting back with punches but Bray knocks him down and tags Rowan back in. Rowan works over Goldust for a bit until Goldust hits Rowan with a back-elbow off the middle rope. Rowan goes to charge Goldust but he yanks the top rope down and Rowan goes flying out to the floor. Rowan tags in Harper and Harper stops Goldust from making a tag of his own. Goldust ends up powerslamming Harper and making the tag to Mysterio. Mysterio takes the hot tag and is flying all over the place on Harper and Rowan. Mysterio gets a near fall on Harper but Bray Wyatt comes in to break up the attempt. Mysterio gets both Harper and Wyatt in position for the 6-1-9. He nails Harper with it but Bray avoids it. Rhodes dives onto Bray off the apron. Rowan attacks Rhodes from behind on the floor, but Goldust dives onto him. All guys are down on the floor except Mysterio and Harper. Mysterio goes for the 6-1-9 on Harper but as he was running towards Harper, Bray ran towards him and in one quick motion nailed Mysterio with his Sister Abigail finisher. Apparently Bray was the legal man. 1-2-3. The Wyatt Family wins. Winners: The Wyatt Family After The Match Bray Wyatt sits in his rocking chair at ringside while Rowan and Harper stand next to him. Bray gets on the mic and talks about The Shield being tiny little soliders who will fail like everyone else. He finishes with his "Follow the Buzzards" tag-line. Backstage: The Shield A video replay is shown of Roman Reigns' record-setting performance at the Royal Rumble. After the video, Renee Young is with all three members of The Shield. She asks for their response to the comments made by The Wyatt Family. They all talk about how they're going to beat them at the Elimination Chamber. Renee Young asks Dean Ambrose about being inactive as a United States Champion. As Ambrose makes excuses, Reigns laughs and asks Ambrose what he's talking about. He asks him what kind of champion he wants to be. Ambrose says he'll prove what kind of champion he is by holding an open challenge for the title later tonight. Backstage: Divas, Betty White & New Age Outlaws Backstage, all of the Divas are with Betty White. Vickie Guerrero walks in saying excuse me. She says from one cougar to another, welcome to RAW. The Divas talk about Betty White's TV show. The New Age Outlaws walk in and says they've heard a rumor that the younger generation was going to play a prank on her, but the Outlaws are here to protect her. Billy Gunn says White looks like she could use a cup of tea. They walk with her to go get a cup of tea. Santino Marella (with Emma) vs. Fandango (with Summer Rae) Santino Marella's music hits and he and Emma come out and power-walk to the ring together. Michael Cole says Santino is in action against Fandango next. We head to another commercial break. When we return from commercial, Fandango and Summer Rae are finishing up their entrance, as they dance around the ring together. The bell sounds and Santino stalks Fandango. Santino takes him down early and then plays to the crowd. Moments later, Fandango nails Santino in the back to take over control of the offense. A random "JBL" chant breaks out as Fandango stomps away at Santino in the ring. The Miz storms out to the commentary table and complains about not being scheduled for action again this week. Meanwhile, back in the ring, Santino is fighting his way back into his match with Fandango. Just as he gets some offense strung together, Fandango cuts him short. Fandango hits his big top-rope leg drop on Santino for the 1-2-3. Fandango wins. Winner: Fandango Backstage: Sheamus We go backstage with the newest member of the WWE broadcast team, Byron Saxton. Saxton is joined by Sheamus. He mentions his tag-team match later tonight with Christian against The Real Americans, noting that his partner tonight is one of his opponents at the Elimination Chamber. Sheamus says the Elimination Chamber is the last chance for someone to earn the opportunity to be in the main event at WrestleMania XXX. As he finishes his promo, Michael Cole says he and Christian against The Real Americans is up next. We head to commercial. Sheamus & Christian vs. The Real Americans When we return from commercial, Christian is in the ring finishing his entrance. We see a pre-recorded split-screen interview from earlier today with Christian. He talks about all the discussion lately of who the face of the WWE. Sheamus' music hits and out he comes for this tag-team contest. Once Sheamus' entrance ends, The Real American's music hits and out comes Antonio Cesaro, Jack Swagger and Zeb Colter. Colter says the two non-Americans (Christian and Sheamus) in the ring make him sick. He talks about how the two stayed at home licking their wounds for months and then found a way to sneak back into our country. He says they were then rewarded for it by getting a shot in the Elimination Chamber. Colter says this man may have something to say about that. He hands the mic to Cesaro. The crowd pops pretty big for Cesaro. He talks about his intentions to become the champion after the Elimination Chamber. Cesaro and Swagger make it to the ring and the bell sounds to kick this one off. Colter is overheard telling Swagger to get out of the ring and let Cesaro start things off. Christian and Cesaro start things off as a "we the people" chant breaks out from the fans in the Staples Center. Cesaro beats up Christian a bit early on and then tags Swagger into the match. Christian immediately turns the tables and beats up Swagger a bit before tagging Sheamus in. Sheamus takes the tag and picks up where Christian left off. Sheamis is having his way with Swagger for a bit until Swagger tags Cesaro back in. The crowd pops pretty big for Cesaro getting tagged back in. Sheamus gets control of Cesaro and then tags Christian in. Christian does a move or two and then tags Sheamus back in. Cesaro starts fighting back on Sheamus. The two trade punches. Everytime Sheamus lands, the crowd boo's. Everytime Cesaro lands, the crowd cheers. Cesaro knocks Sheamus to the floor. We head to a mid-match commercial on that note. When we return from commercial, Cesaro is working Sheamus over and the crowd still seems strongly behind Cesaro. Sheamus quickly turns the tide and tags Christian back in. Christian takes the tag and quickly goes to work on Sheamus with a variety of offensive attacks. Christian goes for the Killswitch but Cesaro avoids it. Cesaro finally tags Swagger back in. Swagger picks up where Christian left off and goes to work on him. Swagger hits a Swagger bomb on Christian and then Cesaro tags himself back in. Cesaro gets Christian in the Cesaro Swing and the crowd explodes. Cesaro swings Christian about seven or eight times. Christian rolls out to the floor to recover. Christian barely makes it back in the ring before the ten count, but does. Swagger tags in and powerslams Christian. Swagger quickly tags Cesaro back in. Both guys make the tag and now Sheamus and Swagger are in. Sheamus is fired up on offense and is throwing Swagger all over the place. Sheamus calls for the Brogue Kick. Cesaro attacks Sheamus, allowing Swagger to apply the Patriot Lock. Christian breaks that up, allowing Sheamus to hit Swagger with the Brogue Kick. 1-2-3. Winners: Sheamus & Christian Backstage: John Cena Backstage, Renee Young is with John Cena. She asks him about his long-standing history with Randy Orton and their match tonight. Cena says WWE has been dominated by two names for a decade -- himself and Orton. Cena says in the past several months you can tell by the audience reaction that we're in the midst of a change. Cena talks about the WWE Network coming and says the crowd is getting behind Daniel Bryan and some others. Cena says tonight he closes his rivalry with Randy Orton and he's going to beat him. He says the next statement is to Antonio Cesaro, Daniel Bryan and The Wyatt Family. He says if any of those guys think they have what it takes to carry the WWE, they have to go through him. We head to commercial. Dolph Ziggler vs. Alberto Del Rio When we return from commercial, we see the 30-second fury clip from WWE's YouTube channel featuring Batista. Dolph Ziggler's music hits and out he comes. Before he can even get in the ring, Alberto Del Rio' music hits and out he comes. Before the camera switched to Del Rio, we could see Ziggler looking disappointed that his entrance was cut short. As Del Rio makes his way to the ring, we see highlights of his showdown with Batista from last week's RAW. The bell rings and Del Rio immediately goes to work on Ziggler with punches. Ziggler hits Del Rio with a picture-perfect dropkick and then drops a ton of elbows on him. JBL, of course, makes a reference to Jerry Lawler's heart attack during this spot. Ziggler hits the FameAsser on Del Rio out of nowhere but Del Rio manages to kick out of the follow-up pin attempt. A "let's go Ziggler" chant breaks out in the Staples Center. Del Rio hits a big superkick to Ziggler seconds later. 1-2-3. That was quick. Winner: Alberto Del Rio After The Match After the match, Del Rio slaps Ziggler in the Cross Armbreaker. He refuses to let go until Batista's music hits. Batista comes out in his ring gear and spears Del Rio. The crowd boo's Batista like crazy. They fight out to the floor. Batista sets a up the Spanish announce table. The crowd cheers briefly and then starts boo'ing him again. Batista hits Del Rio with a big Batista Bomb through the table. The crowd pops for that. Batista's music hits and that'll do it. Backstage: Batista and HHH As we head to another commercial, we get a tease that another WWE Hall Of Fame inductee will be revealed when we return from the break. When we return from commercial, Batista is shown walking backstage. Triple H walks up to him and says he can't have him going off on people like he just did. A "CM Punk" chant can be heard in the arena as HHH continues to talk. He asks Batista to keep his actions in the ring. Batista tells HHH that right now Alberto Del Rio is his business. HHH says that at the Elimination Chamber, Batista can have Del Rio. HHH says he's just looking out for him. Batista says he guesses things really have changed around here. WWE HOF Inductee Amy "Lita" Dumas is confirmed as the newest addition to the WWE Hall Of Fame 2014 class. A video package highlighting her career with her peers discussing her career is shown. Backstage: Road Dogg, Billy Gunn & Betty White Backstage, Betty White is shown with the New Age Outlaws sitting together drinking tea and sitting on couches. Road Dogg does something to her tea. Before they go to drink it, she asks for some lemon. Billy Gunn and Road Dogg argue over who get to get it for her. They both leave. White switches her cup with Gunn's. They all drink it. The Usos vs. Curtis Axel & Ryback When we return from commercial, Michael Cole apologizes for messing up a WWE Network free trial plug and Jerry Lawler apologizes for messing up a reference to the Betty White tea segment a moment ago. The Road Dogg and Billy Gunn join them on commentary. Curtis Axel is in the ring with Ryback. The Usos come out. Cole asks the Outlaws why they haven't give The Usos a title shot as they have been requesting on the WWE App. Gunn is selling something being wrong with his stomach on commentary, obviously stemming from the tea stuff with Betty White earlier. Meanwhile, Axel and Ryback double-team one of the Usos. Apparently Gunn is farting a lot as the announcers keep telling Gunn to stop it, even though he isn't saying anything. They jokingly say that someone should turn his mic off. Axel and Ryback continue to dominate in the ring as the commentary is completing ignoring the action in the ring. Uso hits a big splash for the pin. The Usos win a match that was almost completely ignored on commentary. Winners: The Usos After The Match After the match, Gunn grabs his ass and runs up the ramp. Apparently the tea has kicked in. The announcers laugh about it, blah blah blah. U.S. Title Open Challenge: Dean Ambrose (c) vs. Michael Cole reminds us of Dean Ambrose's open challenge for the U.S. title from earlier in the show as we head to another break. Apparently that is up next. We head to commercial on that note. When we return from commercial, The Shield's music hits and Dean Ambrose makes his way to the ring through the crowd. along with Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins. Ambrose waits to see who accepts his challenge, and it's none other than Mark Henry. Henry comes out smiling as Ambrose looks nervous in the ring. Justin Roberts does the formal introductions as Reigns and Rollins exit the ring. The bell sounds and our U.S. title match is now officially underway. Henry over-powers Ambrose with ease a few times early on. Ambrose eventually uses his speed and quickness to attack the arm of Henry, which is heavily wrapped to sell the attack from Brock Lesnar several weeks ago. Henry's power is too much for Ambrose's quickness, as Henry is back on the offensive attack on the U.S. champ. Ambrose pulls the brace off of Henry's arm and again goes to work on the injured arm of Henry. Henry ends up throwing Ambrose out to the floor. We head to a mid-match commercial. When we return from commercial, Henry is down in the center of the ring as Ambrose continues to work over the arm of Henry. We see some footage of what happened during the commercial break on the WWE App. Henry ends up fighting his way back in the match after throwing Ambrose off the top rope with one arm. Henry hits Ambrose with a couple of clotheslines and a big slam. Henry ends up hitting the World's Strongest Slam on Ambrose, but when he goes to pin him, Rollins breaks the pin up. The ref calls for the bell and it appears as though Ambrose has been disqualified. Winner via DQ: Mark Henry After The Match Henry is beating up Ambrose on the floor. Rollins tries jumping on his back to help him, but Henry manhandles him as well. Reigns up spearing him out of nowhere. The Shield's music hits and they exit through the crowd. As they go to leave, however, The Wyatt Family cuts in. "We're here." The Wyatt Family comes down to their music. When the lights come on, we see The Shield staring at them from the crowd. The hop back over the barricade and walk to the ring. The Wyatt Family approaches the ring as well. The Shield jump up on the ring apron. The Wyatt Family does the same. The crowd is popping for all of this, by the way. This looks really cool. Roman Reigns enters the ring. Bray Wyatt nearly does but decides not to. The crowd boo's. The Wyatt Family back-peddals back up the ramp as The Shield stares them down from inside the ring. We head to commercial. When we return from commercial, AJ Lee, Alicia Fox & Aksana vs. Cameron & The Bella Twins AJ Lee and Nikki Bella kick things off. Bella throws AJ down early. Nikki continues to beat up AJ, so she tags in Aksana. After working over Aksana briefly, the heel Diva takes over the offense momentum in the match. Several tags later, Alicia Fox and Brie Bella are in the ring battling back-and-forth. Brie tags Cameron in. Cameron takes the hot tag and is flying all over the place on the heel Diva trio. We see Eva Marie checking on Nikki outside the ring. Aksana tags back in and within seconds Cameron hits a big DDT on her for the pin. 1-2-3. Cameron and The Bella's win. Winners: Cameron & The Bella Twins Vignette: Alexander Rusev & Lana Before we head to another commercial, we see the tale of the tape for tonight's John Cena vs. Randy Orton main event. On that note, we head to a break. When we return from commercial, we see a vignette for Alexander Rusev and Lana. In-Ring Segment: Kane & Daniel Bryan Back live in the arena, the fire explodes and Corporate Kane makes his way out to the ring. He talks about being put on administrative leave for a week. He said his actions were ill-advised. Before he can continue, Daniel Bryan's music hits. Bryan makes his way to the ring in a hurry to a big pop. He immediately goes to work on Kane. Kane starts fighting back and getting the better of him. Kane goes to chokeslam Bryan but Bryan avoids it. Bryan ducks and pulls down the top rope as Kane runs after him. Kane spills out to the floor. Bryan does his dive through the ropes and splashes onto Kane. Bryan dropkicks Kane over the barricade on the floor. He goes back into the ring and leads the fans in a big "Yes!" chant. Bryan continues chanting "Yes!" with the fans as Michael Cole informs us that our main event between Cena and Orton is next. We head to another commercial. Backstage: Betty White When we return live on RAW, Betty White is shown backstage. She talks about being excited to be here tonight and then introduces us to tonight's main event. John Cena vs. Randy Orton John Cena's music hits and out he comes. His little message to the camera this time is, "this moment defines our future tonight." He sprints down to the ring. Randy Orton's music hits next and out walks the current WWE World Heavyweight Champion. The bell rings and as soon as the two lock up a dueling "let's go Cena" and "Cena sucks" chant breaks out. Cena is too much for Orton early on so Orton rolls out to the floor to regroup. Orton eventually comes back in the ring but Cena again gets the better of him and Orton again rolls to the outside to recover. Orton comes back in and after a kick to the gut, finally gets some offense in on Cena. Cena starts fighting back but Orton cuts him off and finally seems to have found his offensive comfort zone in this match. Orton is picking apart Cena now as the crowd does another dueling Cena chant. The fight between Orton and Cena spills out to the floor. Orton back-suplexes Cena on the barricade and then throws him back in the ring. Orton stomps away at Cena and then poses to the crowd. On that note, we head to our final commercial of the evening. When we return from commercial, Orton is still dominating Cena. Cena slowly starts fighting back, but Orton cuts him short and continues to punish him slowly, but surely. Cena rolls Orton up out of nowhere but Orton kicks out at two. Cena is firing up on offense now as the crowd erupts with a mixed reaction. Cena hits Orton with his Five Knuckle Shuffle signature spot, but Orton avoids an Attitude Adjustment follow-up attempt by Cena. Orton charges at Cena but over-shoots his efforts and ends up flying out to the floor. Cena goes for another A.A. but Orton again avoids it. Orton hits Cena with his draping-DDT move, but off the top rope instead of the middle rope. He then brags to the fans that he's never done that before and that it ain't the same old sh*t. Orton slithers into Viper mode and starts pounding the mat, calling for the RKO. Orton goes for it but Cena reverses into the STF. Orton makes it to the ropes to force Cena to break the hold. Both guys are down. Orton gets up first. Orton goes for the punt, but Cena avoids it. Cena goes for the A.A. but Orton reverses into an RKO. Orton covers Cena, 1-2...Cena kicks out. Cena pops up out of nowhere and hits Orton with an A.A. He pins Orton, 1-2...Orton kicks out at two. Cena puts Orton up on the top rope. He's going for an A.A. off the top. Orton gets knocked off. Cena hits Orton with his leg-drop off the top rope. He follows it up with an A.A. 1-2-3. Cena wins. 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WWE RAW Results – February 10, 2014

Backstage: Batista and HHH

As we head to another commercial, we get a tease that another WWE Hall Of Fame inductee will be revealed when we return from the break. When we return from commercial, Batista is shown walking backstage. Triple H walks up to him and says he can’t have him going off on people like he just did. A “CM Punk” chant can be heard in the arena as HHH continues to talk. He asks Batista to keep his actions in the ring. Batista tells HHH that right now Alberto Del Rio is his business. HHH says that at the Elimination Chamber, Batista can have Del Rio. HHH says he’s just looking out for him. Batista says he guesses things really have changed around here.

WWE HOF Inductee

Amy “Lita” Dumas is confirmed as the newest addition to the WWE Hall Of Fame 2014 class. A video package highlighting her career with her peers discussing her career is shown.

Backstage: Road Dogg, Billy Gunn & Betty White

Backstage, Betty White is shown with the New Age Outlaws sitting together drinking tea and sitting on couches. Road Dogg does something to her tea. Before they go to drink it, she asks for some lemon. Billy Gunn and Road Dogg argue over who get to get it for her. They both leave. White switches her cup with Gunn’s. They all drink it.

The Usos vs. Curtis Axel & Ryback

When we return from commercial, Michael Cole apologizes for messing up a WWE Network free trial plug and Jerry Lawler apologizes for messing up a reference to the Betty White tea segment a moment ago. The Road Dogg and Billy Gunn join them on commentary. Curtis Axel is in the ring with Ryback. The Usos come out. Cole asks the Outlaws why they haven’t give The Usos a title shot as they have been requesting on the WWE App. Gunn is selling something being wrong with his stomach on commentary, obviously stemming from the tea stuff with Betty White earlier.

Meanwhile, Axel and Ryback double-team one of the Usos. Apparently Gunn is farting a lot as the announcers keep telling Gunn to stop it, even though he isn’t saying anything. They jokingly say that someone should turn his mic off. Axel and Ryback continue to dominate in the ring as the commentary is completing ignoring the action in the ring. Uso hits a big splash for the pin. The Usos win a match that was almost completely ignored on commentary.

Winners: The Usos

After The Match

After the match, Gunn grabs his ass and runs up the ramp. Apparently the tea has kicked in. The announcers laugh about it, blah blah blah.

U.S. Title Open Challenge: Dean Ambrose (c) vs.

Michael Cole reminds us of Dean Ambrose’s open challenge for the U.S. title from earlier in the show as we head to another break. Apparently that is up next. We head to commercial on that note.

When we return from commercial, The Shield’s music hits and Dean Ambrose makes his way to the ring through the crowd. along with Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins. Ambrose waits to see who accepts his challenge, and it’s none other than Mark Henry. Henry comes out smiling as Ambrose looks nervous in the ring.

Justin Roberts does the formal introductions as Reigns and Rollins exit the ring. The bell sounds and our U.S. title match is now officially underway. Henry over-powers Ambrose with ease a few times early on. Ambrose eventually uses his speed and quickness to attack the arm of Henry, which is heavily wrapped to sell the attack from Brock Lesnar several weeks ago.

Henry’s power is too much for Ambrose’s quickness, as Henry is back on the offensive attack on the U.S. champ. Ambrose pulls the brace off of Henry’s arm and again goes to work on the injured arm of Henry. Henry ends up throwing Ambrose out to the floor. We head to a mid-match commercial.

When we return from commercial, Henry is down in the center of the ring as Ambrose continues to work over the arm of Henry. We see some footage of what happened during the commercial break on the WWE App. Henry ends up fighting his way back in the match after throwing Ambrose off the top rope with one arm.

Henry hits Ambrose with a couple of clotheslines and a big slam. Henry ends up hitting the World’s Strongest Slam on Ambrose, but when he goes to pin him, Rollins breaks the pin up. The ref calls for the bell and it appears as though Ambrose has been disqualified.

Winner via DQ: Mark Henry

After The Match

Henry is beating up Ambrose on the floor. Rollins tries jumping on his back to help him, but Henry manhandles him as well. Reigns up spearing him out of nowhere. The Shield’s music hits and they exit through the crowd. As they go to leave, however, The Wyatt Family cuts in. “We’re here.”

The Wyatt Family comes down to their music. When the lights come on, we see The Shield staring at them from the crowd. The hop back over the barricade and walk to the ring. The Wyatt Family approaches the ring as well. The Shield jump up on the ring apron. The Wyatt Family does the same. The crowd is popping for all of this, by the way. This looks really cool. Roman Reigns enters the ring. Bray Wyatt nearly does but decides not to. The crowd boo’s. The Wyatt Family back-peddals back up the ramp as The Shield stares them down from inside the ring. We head to commercial.

When we return from commercial,

AJ Lee, Alicia Fox & Aksana vs. Cameron & The Bella Twins

AJ Lee and Nikki Bella kick things off. Bella throws AJ down early. Nikki continues to beat up AJ, so she tags in Aksana. After working over Aksana briefly, the heel Diva takes over the offense momentum in the match.

Several tags later, Alicia Fox and Brie Bella are in the ring battling back-and-forth. Brie tags Cameron in. Cameron takes the hot tag and is flying all over the place on the heel Diva trio. We see Eva Marie checking on Nikki outside the ring. Aksana tags back in and within seconds Cameron hits a big DDT on her for the pin. 1-2-3. Cameron and The Bella’s win.

Winners: Cameron & The Bella Twins

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Matt Boone

Matt Boone has been a huge wrestling fan since the Attitude Era. He writes for MMANews.com and 24Wrestling.com

  • Buzzard Follower

    i used to like king but now i just want him to stfu

    • Aperture

      I didn’t hear it.

      That was a refreshing change…

      • Buzzard Follower

        he acts like we are idiots i hate the commentary team

        • Aperture

          They all do. Cole is on another level of annoying. JBL is just utter crap. Lawler is dull. They all suck on commentary. I would like Colt Cobana and Renee Young to be on commentary, but it probably won’t happen.

          • Buzzard Follower

            not in this lifetime

          • Killthecrown

            If I could pick an announce team I’d have Cabana , Steve Corino and WIlliam Regal

          • Killthecrown

            And Nigel McGuinness.

          • WarPigsLukesWall

            Now you’re talkin’.

  • Buzzard Follower

    WHAT A POP FOR DBRY

    • Jus Sayin

      True and what a pop for BETTY WHITE!

  • Guest

    spoiler dean loses title or loses by dq (late edit)

  • CM Bryan

    Mark Henry will return during the open challenge the United States Championship.

  • Buzzard Follower

    boo batista cheer the table. thank you La. not sure if i should like batista destroying del rio or boo batista for destroying del rio

  • Buzzard Follower

    are they seriously teaching us HOW TO PLUG THINGS INTO AN OUTLETAND TV HOW STUPID DO THEY THINK WE ARE

    • Summer Rae Dudley

      Very apparently :/

    • The Drewster

      haha I was laughing my ass off at that part. it’s like asking us if we know how to turn on a damn computer!

  • tesninja

    Roman Reigns for the US title

  • Buzzard Follower

    CONGRATS NEW WWE HOF MEMBER LITA

  • Buzzard Follower

    is it me or has there been more advertisement for the wwe network and replays of cena orton than actual matches

  • scott

    I dont look for spots during matches because it ruins the matches for me but damn tonight Cena was talking about car insurance in that ring. You could clearly see it my goodness he needs to hide that better. The end was great to that match but fairly boring throughout the majority of he match. And of course the Bella twins screw up the hardy boys and litas move the night she gets inducted into the hall of fame. I mean my goodness those girls need to catch a clue

  • Bushwald Sexyface

    Besides Bray Wyatt and the Shield/Wyatt standoff, a terrible terrible Raw. Just utterly pathetic. It’s like they’re on cruise control until the 24th. If you missed the show, dont bother wasting your time catching up on it; you missed nothing you haven’t really already seen before.

  • CenationPipeBomber

    Maybe Wyat’s going to attack cena in the elimination chamber before it get started then Here’s comes the pain, that’s how brock is going to be in the chamber

  • nBonThaBeat

    Mediocre show. I honestly don’t expect anything to pick up until after the EC. With Hogan returning, Sting a possibility, Taker returning, Brock coming back, will see where Bryan is gonna be at after EC either in a feud with HHH or in the title bout. Will see the Shield turmoil and how there gonna split up. Plus will finally see if this whole Punk situation is a work to build a feud with him and HHH because if it is, then they wont bring him back till after EC. So I don’t expect anything from the shows until after a couple of weeks.

  • JustAFan

    Damn tonight we saw the first double Job Ziggler for Del Rio (which is just insane but I’m not gonna go on venting anymore) then Del Rio for Batista

  • Aperture

    WWE Creative creative tonight.

  • Noah

    I’m glad Batista destroyed Alberto Del Boring.Cena/Orton match was good.I didn’t change the channel on the main event like I did last week when the Duck Dynasty reject Daniel Bryan was in the main event.

    • Captain Jeff

      You obviously have no clue what wrestling is. Orton/Cena was a solid match, I’ll give you that one. However, you are extremely lost when it comes to recognizing Daniel Bryan’s wrestling ability. He may not be the best looking or the best on the mic, but dammit he can wrestle. I agree that Del Rio has a boring character but Batista is just as bad, if not worse.

      • Noah

        I have no clue what wrestling is?.I’ve been watching wrestling since 1986 since I was 2 years old.I know Daniel Bryan is a good wrestler.I’m not a fan of his.Period!!.He’s needs to shave that alful beard and cut that hair.He should hit the gym and put on muscle.Del Boring has always had a boring character.His match at EC against Batista,I hope it’s a five second squash for Batista.Then Del Boring can get the F out of WWE.

        • Captain Jeff

          Why does he need to hit the gym and put on muscle? Who are you, Vince McMahon? Jericho, Edge, HBK, CM Punk, Jeff Hardy and others have had phenomenal careers, even though being considered, “undersized.” Just because a guy doesn’t look like Hulk Hogan, doesn’t mean they can’t be great. You seem like you are still stuck in 1986 and you have no idea what makes a superstar in 2014.

          On the other hand, you are absolutely right, Del Rio is boring and his character is stale. I wasn’t disagreeing with you. I was simply pointing out that Batista is not much better. The only reason Batista is even relevant again is because HHH has a hard on for him. There was a big reason why people were crapping on him at the Royal Rumble.

          • Noah

            I like Edge,HBK and Punk.Jericho is alright.Jeff Hardy is a f’n druggy.I couldn’t stand Jeff Hardy or Matt Hardy.I’d rather go back to 1986.The wrestling back then is way better then today’s wrestling.I don’t care what makes a superstar in 2014.Today’s wrestling is pure garbage.It’s all for young teenie boppers.It will continue to be garbage until they get rid of the PG stuff.I still watch it cause I’m a hardcore WWE fan.Some stuff they do and some of the matches I don’t care for.I either change the channel for a bit or leave the room for a bit and I’m probly not the only one who does that.Batista is relevant again cause they needed big ratings.Same thing they did with The Rock and Brock Lesnar.I like The Shield alot.I want them to hurry up and break up so they can push Roman Reigns right to the top.I’d be pushing Roman Reigns first over anybody else.I predict Reigns will be WWE World Heavyweight Champion this year.When I say I don’t care what makes a superstar in 2014,With today’s WWE roster I don’t really have a favorite.Like I did back in the mid 80’s early 90’s with Hogan.And in the Attitude Era with Stone Cold.

          • Bushwald Sexyface

            Well…to address your first comment…

            “I have no clue what wrestling is?.I’ve been watching wrestling since 1986”

            Yet, in your second comment, you type:

            “I either change the channel for a bit or leave the room for a bit and I’m probly not the only one who does that.Batista is relevant again cause they needed big ratings.Same thing they did with The Rock and Brock Lesnar.”

            Yeah, no. You dont know anywhere near as much as you think you do. Those people weren’t brought in for ratings. They were brought in to sell Wrestlemania. Just because you’ve watched something for 20+ years doesn’t make you an expert. If that were the case, every man on the planet would perform like a pronstar when they lost their virginity. Or I would be able to enter the NFL draft this year and go #1 overall because I’ve watched the sport since I was still in diapers.

            Ok so you don’t LIKE Daniel Bryan. That’s fine. You’re entitled to your opinion. You’re in the minority on that one. The crowds love the guy. The other wrestlers love the guy. He’s the most over person on the WWE roster. Obviously, he’s doing something right. To suggest he needs to shave his beard and hit the gym is laughable. There’s this wrestler. One of the greatest of all time. Wasn’t a big dude. Had long hair. Admittedly, I didn’t really care for him but I can’t deny how great he was in the ring and how he put on some of the best matches of all time. You may have heard of him..his name is Shawn Michaels. There are others that fit that description as well and there will be others in the future. Don’t let your opinion obscure reality. Otherwise, nobody is really going to take your opinions seriously.

          • scott

            Y’all keep trashing Shawn Michaels physique. He was pretty damn buff y’all and cut. Him and edge were. I agree to an extent I would like for Daniel Bryan ytoo lose a little flob though in his stomach. He has gained muscle from when he first came in a lot as a matter of fact. But the man can wrestle though no denying that

  • Alterego894

    I missed the last hour of Raw to pick up a package at UPS and deal a with a rude lesbian who kept telling me that my package was still on the truck. It turns out that I didn’t miss a whole lot. Oh, well.

    • Fantasma Del Guapo

      So…was she butch or what?

  • 2Sweet

    After the divas match, the only thing I could think about was that hot cam shot of Nikki Bella on the ring apron…. her big thick thighs and ass. Nikki Bella!! Sweet cream on a milk toast bun. Delicious honey!

    • Noah

      I agree.John Cena is a lucky SOB.He gets to nail that sweet ass.

  • Summer Rae Dudley

    Although the Cena Orton match tonight was a lot better then the match at the Royal Rumble I still wanted the crowed to sh*t all over it :(

    Also if anyone could tell me what Frank Bullock did for the production team that would be very appreciated.

    • bambam

      he use to blow cena before each match

      • Noah

        That’s low man.Really low.You don’t say stuff about a dead person.

  • bambam

    BUCKET OF AIDS > RAW TONIGHT. KEEP UP THIS PILE OF S H I T YOU PUT ON TV EACH WEEK AND NOBODY WILL BE ORDERING YOUR NETWORK!!!!!

  • satishwarne708

    So Cena just talks all this sh*t and still wins clean way to go WWE a loss would made it more convenient.Wasn’t this “rivalry” supposed to end when Randal finally beat Johnathan in their “final match ever” match or something like 6-7 years a go.The new Rock and Austin my a$$.

  • NotSawft

    raw was rather lackluster, on the plus side of things you had betty white, the shield wyatt tease and orton and cena didn’t phone it in this time, on the negative no Bryan match crap commentary bautista just squashing del rio instead of wrestling and they should have went full dumb and dumber to pay off the betty white outlaws segment all that aside that sister Abigail bray hit on rey was a thing a beauty

  • Alan Lopez

    I went to raw last night and dont remember s h it i got to drunk all i remember is chanting cm punk lmao damn it

    • The Drewster

      did you chant for Justin king last night at raw? haha

  • raVen

    why no big e??

  • JA_Media

    I usually can defend RAW, but not last night. My thoughts, it sucked, but at least Antonio, Dean, and Brian are about to get pushed! I can smell it in the Air.

  • The Drewster

    RAW was in LA this week. I live 20 mins by staples center. i’m glad I didn’t go because I would of gotten pissed if I was there live. lol