WWE Tag-Team Titles: New Age Outlaws (c) vs. Goldust & Cody Rhodes (Steel Cage Match) Highlights are shown of last week's match between The New Age Outlaws and the team of Goldust and Cody Rhodes. The steel cage, which has been hanging above the ring all night, is finally lowered. "Oh you didn't know?" Road Dogg and Billy Gunn make their way to the ring as Road Dogg does his usual routine on the mic. Billy Gunn finishes with his usual stuff. With that said, Goldust's music hits and out comes the former WWE Tag-Team Champions. As they finish up their ring entrance, we head to a commercial. When we return from commercial, Justin Roberts does his official introduction for this WWE Tag-Team Championship contest. The announcers point out that you cannot escape the cage to win, there must be a pinfall or submission. It's also noted that this will be a traditional tag-team match, as only one person from each team can wrestle at one time. Goldust and Road Dogg start things off. Goldust gets the better of Road Dogg, so Road Dogg tags in Billy Gunn. Gunn finally gets the upper-hand on The Rhodes Brothers, and the New Age Outlaws are in control of this one. The crowd begins a very loud "CM Punk" chant as the match continues. The announcers argue and bicker over Daniel Bryan potentially becoming the new "face of WWE" if he defeats Randy Orton later tonight. Meanwhile, Goldust and Road Dogg, the legal men in the match now, are fighting back-and-forth. Goldust ends up getting the better of him as a "you don't age" chant breaks out. I believe that's what they were chanting. Road Dogg finally gets the better of Goldust and tags in Billy Gunn. A loud "We want Punk" chant breaks out as Michael Cole takes us to a mid-match commercial. When we return from commercial, Goldust and Road Dogg are battling it out. The guys go back-and-forth for a couple of minutes. The finish sees Cody Rhodes do a wicked moonsault off the top of the cage. In the end, however, Gunn hits the FameAsser for the 1-2-3. The New Age Outlaws retain the titles. Winners and STILL WWE Tag-Team Champions: The New Age Outlaws Titus O'Neil vs. Zack Ryder Titus O'Neil makes his way to the ring with new theme music. Highlights are shown of O'Neil turning on his former Prime Time Player tag-team partner Darren Young on last week's SmackDown. As O'Neil beats up Zack Ryder with ease, The Miz raids the RAW commentary and complains about not being booked on RAW. He whines a bit and then walks off. Meanwhile, O'Neil continues to dominate Ryder in the ring. As O'Neil continues to punish Ryder, another "CM Punk" chant breaks out from the fans in Omaha. Ryder is finally getting some offense in, but eventually O'Neil catches him coming off the top-rope with a big slam. O'Neil hits a big splash on Ryder in the corner. He hits his finisher on Ryder for the 1-2-3. Winner: Titus O'Neil Dance-Off: Summer Rae vs. Emma We head to a commercial after O'Neil's win. When we return from commercial, Fandango makes his way to the ring with Summer Rae. As he makes his entrance, WWE airs a Black History Month vignette. The vignette focuses on "The Big Cat" Ernie Ladd. As we return, Justin Roberts introduces a "Dance Off." His "opponent" for the dance off is none other than Santino Marella. Santino makes his way to the ring to a decent pop. Santino gets to the ring and tells "Fandingo" he wants no part of Santino in a dance competition. He says maybe the WWE Universe would like to see a dance off between "Summer Day" and a member of the audience. Santino chooses NXT Diva Emma. Emma comes into the ring with her sign. Santino tells Summer Rae to go first. Fandango's music plays as Summer dances around. The music stops and Santino tells us to feast our eyes on the swirling hips and fantastic manauvers of Emma. Some hokey music plays and Emma dances badly. The music stops and Santino says he will poll the audience. He mentions Summer Day and the fans boo. He mentions Emma and the fans cheer. Santino announces that Emma is the winner. The hokey music plays again and Santino and Emma hop around. Winner: Emma Sheamus vs. Curtis Axel Sheamus makes his way to the ring to a big pop. As he continues his entrance, we head to a commercial. When we return from commercial, Sheamus is still in the ring with his music playing. Out comes Curtis Axel, accompanied by Ryback. It appears as though we're getting a one-on-one match between Sheamus and Axel. As the bell sounds to make this one official, the fans in Omaha break out in a loud "Goldberg" chant, which is obviously directed at Ryback. As Axel and Sheamus lock up, the crowd breaks out into another loud "CM Punk" chant. Meanwhile, Sheamus takes Axel down with a headlock. Axel finally gets a couple of shots in on Sheamus in the corner. Moments later, Sheamus is back in control, beating Axel with power moves. Sheamus knocks Axel out to the floor. Sheamus goes out after him as we see Ryback looking on. Sheamus bashes Axel face-first into the announce table and then rolls him back in the ring. Axel finally gets back in control of the offense after throwing Sheamus shoulder-first into the ring post. As Axel continues his beat down of Sheamus, another loud "CM Punk" chant breaks out. Sheamus finally starts fighting back, pummeling Axel with punches in the corner. Sheamus goes for his White Noise move but Axel escapes it. Sheamus slams Axel down. Sheamus nails Axel with the Brogue Kick. 1-2-3. Sheamus wins. Winner: Sheamus Batista Coming Up Next We see Batista backstage making his way to the ring. As he gets closer to the entrance way, we head to a commercial break. Michael Cole informs us that the Royal Rumble winner will address the WWE Universe next. We head to another break. In-Ring Segment: Batista & Alberto Del Rio When we return from commercial, Batista's music hits and "The Animal" comes out and makes his way to the ring. The crowd seems to be giving him somewhat of a mixed reaction. WWE gave him an insane amount of pyro to try and ensure a pop for his entrance. It will be interesting to see how the crowd reactions once the music stops and he starts speaking. Michael Cole points out that Batista won the Royal Rumble and will main event this year's WrestleMania. When the music stops, the crowd starts boo'ing a bit. Alberto Del Rio's music quickly hits. Smart move. Bring out a dastardly heel before Batista even speaks. Gives the crowd less of a chance to crap all over Batista. As Del Rio begins to speak, the crowd erupts in "CM Punk" chants anyways. Batista says "look man, I don't have a problem with you." Del Rio talks about Batista sitting on his couch waiting for his movie agent to call him. He says while Batista was doing that, he was in WWE winning world titles. Del Rio gets in Batista's face in the ring and says Batista is afraid of him. He says he's going to hurt him. The "CM Punk" chants start up again. Batista laughs and cuts Del Rio off. He goes to tell Del Rio he has no problem with him again, but before he can finish his sentence, Del Rio hits him with a cheap shot. Del Rio puts the boo's to Batista as the crowd boo's. Batista finally gut-shots Del Rio, but as he goes to Batista Bomb him, Del Rio ducks out the back door and slides out of the ring. Batista takes off his shirt as he music hits. Dolph Ziggler, R-Truth & Xavier Woods vs. The Wyatt Family After the Batista segment ends, Dolph Ziggler's music hits. Ziggler comes out as we are informed that this will be a six-man tag-team match. Out next is R-Truth and Xavier Woods. Truth raps as the two make their way to the ring. Cole points out that these three men will take on The Wyatt Family when we return from the break. On that note, we head to a commercial. When we return from commercial, The Wyatt Family make their usual creepy entrance to the ring. The bell rings and our six-man tag-team match is officially underway. Erick Rowan and Xavier Woods start things off for their respective teams. Woods eventually gets the better of Rowan and tags in R-Truth. Woods and Truth double-team Rowan and then Truth picks up where Woods left off. Rowan tags in Bray Wyatt. Bray gets the better of Truth and then tags in Luke Harper. Harper beats up Truth as a loud "we want Ziggler" chant breaks out from the fans in Omaha. Truth finally explodes on Harper and both guys are down. The crowd rallies behind Truth. He finally makes the tag to Ziggler. Ziggler takes the hot tag and comes in flying all over the place. Ziggler does his ten-punch spot on Harper in the corner as the crowd counts along. Ziggler neckbreakers Harper down and then drops an elbow to the chest of the big man. Ziggler hits a bit DDT on Harper. Ziggler goes for the pin but Rowan comes in and breaks it up. Bray Wyatt comes in and lays out all of the babyfaces. When the smoke clears, Harper blasts Ziggler with his big clothesline. Harper tags in Wyatt. Bray comes in and picks up where Harper left off with Ziggler. Bray hits his Sister Abigail on Ziggler and that's all she wrote. The Wyatt Family wins. Winners: The Wyatt Family After The Match The Shield appears on the titan tron, much like The Wyatt Family did after their match earlier in the night. Dean Ambrose tells them that they're not afraid of them and that they don't live in his weird little world. Seth Rollins calls him dilusional. He says they can't hang with The Shield. Roman Reigns tells The Wyatt's to take a look around because they're standing in The Shield's playground. He says when the Elimination Chamber comes, The Wyatt Family's time is over. When The Shield are done, we see Bray laughing in the ring. He screams out loud that he welcomes this war. We head to another commercial. Naomi vs. Aksana When we return from commercial, a vignette for Alexander Rusev and Lana airs. They speak in Bulgarian, the same stuff we saw on SmackDown last week. After that, we see The Funkadactyls dancing on the ring apron as Michael Cole points out that Naomi is in Divas action next. AJ Lee's music plays and she dances her way to the ring, accompanied by Tamina Snuka. The bell rings and it's time for Divas singles action between Naomi and Aksana. Aksana stretches before the two lock up to get this one going. AJ Lee talks trash about Naomi and the other WWE Divas on commentary as Naomi beats up Aksana in the ring. Michael Cole keeps pointing out that Naomi has pinned AJ Lee twice recently. AJ keeps making excuses for her losses. Meanwhile, Aksana is finally getting some offense in. Naomi tries fighting back but Aksana cuts her comeback attempt short. We see Cameron cheering Naomi on from ringside as AJ calls her a glorified cheerleader. AJ jokingly asks the announce team how to download the WWE App. Naomi tries fighting back again but once again Aksana cuts her short. Naomi finally hits her finisher on Aksana out of nowhere. 1-2-3. Naomi wins. Winner: Naomi Daniel Bryan vs. Randy Orton We are told that Randy Orton vs. Daniel Bryan, tonight's main event, will be next after the break. On that note, we head to another commercial. When we return from commercial, Daniel Bryan's music hits. The crowd explodes and immediately start doing the "Yes!" chant as he runs to the ring. Randy Orton's music hits next and the WWE World Heavyweight Champion makes his way to the ring for tonight's RAW main event. As Orton enters the ring, Michael Cole takes us to another commercial break. When we return from commercial, Orton and Bryan get their match underway. The "Daniel Bryan" and "Yes" chants break out immediately as Bryan takes the early offensive lead in the match. At one point, some loud "CM Punk" chants broke out as well. Bryan worked over the arm of Orton for a bit, but Orton eventually gained the upper-hand of the match. As Orton beat up Bryan, the crowd again erupted in "Daniel Bryan" and "Yes" chants. Daniel Bryan starts fighting his way back into the match. Bryan is working over the leg of Orton now. As Bryan continues to attack Orton's leg, another loud "CM Punk" chant breaks out from the fans in Omaha. Orton finally fights his way back into the offensive lead of the match. The crowd boo's and starts chanting "No! No!" as Orton taunts them. Bryan cuts Orton's offensive run short, however, and continues to go to work on the leg of Orton. The fight spills out to the floor and Michael Cole ends up getting bumped as the two fought near the announce table. Lawler and JBL take over commentary and continue to ask if Cole is okay. Finally, Cole returns to the commentary and says he's ok. Bryan goes to work on Orton in the ring as a random "JBL" chant breaks out. Bryan locks Orton in the surf board and then stomps away on the leg of Orton that he's been working over throughout the match. The fight makes its' way out to the floor again. Orton throws Bryan into the barricade and now seems to be in control of the offense for the first time in a long while. Orton is selling his leg as the action returns to the ring. Back in the ring, Orton continues to go to work on Bryan, all-the-while selling his leg. The crowd tries cheering Bryan on with "Yes" chants, however Orton powerslams Bryan with a vengeance and continues his attack. We head to a mid-match commercial on that note. When we return from commercial, Bryan is blasting Orton with repeated "Yes!" kicks. Orton cuts Bryan's offensive momentum short, however, and dumps Bryan on his head. Bryan rolls out to the floor to recover. Bryan is selling his shoulder after that spot. Orton goes out after Bryan and rams him shoulder-first into the ring post. Orton picks him up and again rams him shoulder-first into the post. Orton throws Bryan into the ring steps. Orton throws Bryan back in the ring. As the action returns to the ring, Orton continues to focus his attack on the arm of Bryan. Orton starts doing his Ronnie Garvin stomps on the body of Bryan, again focusing mainly on Bryan's arm. A loud "Daniel Bryan" chant breaks out in Omaha as Orton continues to work over the arm of Bryan. Orton does his pose to taunt the fans as Bryan continues to sell his arm. Orton grabs Bryan's arm and yanks it over the top-rope as he drops to the floor outside the ring. Orton rolls back in the ring as the crowd begins another "Daniel Bryan" chant. Orton sits Bryan on the top rope. Orton goes for a superplex but Bryan fights his way out and headbutts Orton down to the mat. Bryan comes off the top rope with a big missile dropkick. As Bryan lands, Michael Cole points out that he hit his bad shoulder. Bryan stays down and sells his shoulder. Another "Daniel Bryan" chant breaks out as Bryan and Orton trade punches and kicks. Orton grabs Bryan and yanks his arm hard. Bryan gets Orton in the "Yes! Lock" out of nowhere, but Orton eventually makes it to the ropes to break the hold. Bryan continues to sell his arm as both guys make their way back to their feet. Bryan starts blasting Orton with "Yes!" kicks in the corner. Bryan hits Orton with a big dropkick in the corner. Bryan goes for another one, but Orton catches Bryan coming in with a big dropkick of his own. Orton hits Bryan with his draping DDT off the middle ropes. Orton drops down in his "Viper" pose. He goes for the RKO, but Bryan counters with a big kick. Bryan goes to the top rope. He comes flying off the top rope and nails Orton with his trademark flying headbutt. Bryan starts blasting Orton with "Yes!" kicks again as the crowd chants "Yes" along with each of them. Out of nowhere, Kane comes down to the ring. Kane hops on the apron and Bryan knocks him down. Orton is outside the ring next to Kane and Bryan does a big suicide dive through the ropes, splashing onto both guys. Bryan blasts Kane head-first into the ring steps. Back in the ring, Bryan avoids the RKO and counters with his running knee. 1-2-3. Bryan wins. Winner: Daniel Bryan After The Match Bryan's music plays and he leads the crowd in some "Yes!" chants, all-the-while still selling his right shoulder. Kane and Orton creep up on the apron and Bryan goes after Kane. Orton attacks Bryan from behind and now both Orton and Kane are stomping away at Bryan. Kane chokeslams Bryan down as the crowd boo's. Kane does his pose and the fire explodes out of the corners. Orton grabs his two belts and both guys stand tall over the fallen Bryan. 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After that, Randy Orton's music hits and out walks the WWE World Heavyweight Champion to the ring to a chorus of boo's. We shoot to the announce table during Orton's entrance as Cole talks about Orton being in a bad mood due to his match at the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view. Orton begins speaking and almost immediately a loud "CM Punk" chant breaks out. Orton raises his voice to try and drown it out. Orton complains about having to defend his title at the upcoming pay-per-view. Orton says despite people wanting him to lose, he's going to win the Elimination Chamber and go on to beat the "jacked up freak" Batista. He says during the Evolution days, he and Batista were equals. He says now he's simply better than him. Orton calls himself the greatest Superstar of this and every other generation. He says he's the main attraction each week on RAW. Triple H's music hits and out comes "The Game" and Stephanie McMahon. As soon as Stephanie begins speaking, another loud "CM Punk" chant breaks out. Stephanie tells Orton he's paranoid and not to bite the hand that feeds him. Triple H says Orton comes out week after week complaining about facing unfair odds. HHH says that doesn't sound like words that should be coming out of the mouth of the "face of the WWE." Triple H says maybe The Authority should consider putting their faith in someone else. As soon as he says that, a loud "Yes, Yes" chant breaks out. Stephanie says in the next several weeks, Orton will face his Elimination Chamber opponents in one-on-one matches. Stephanie talks about considering they may have to consider making Daniel Bryan the new face of WWE. The crowd erupts with "Yes" chants as Triple H does the hand-raising gesture that Bryan normally does. Bryan will compete against Orton tonight and if Bryan wins, The Authority claims they will consider him as the new face of the WWE. The Shield vs. Rey Mysterio, Big E. Langston & Kofi Kingston The Shield's music hits and out comes all three members through the crowd. We see video highlights of the Wyatt Family costing The Shield their chance to quality for the Elimination Chamber on RAW last week. After that, highlights are shown from SmackDown of the segment with Roman Reigns getting in Triple H's face and setting up The Shield vs. The Wyatt Family at the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view. We head to a commercial. When we return from commercial, Rey Mysterio is making his entrance. Big E. Langston and Kofi Kingston are already in the ring. The bell rings and a six-man tag-team match begins. Langston and Dean Ambrose start things off for their respective teams. Langston gets the better of Ambrose and then tags in Kingston. Kingston picks up where Langston left off. Ambrose tags Seth Rollins in and Kingston immediately goes to work on Rollins. The babyfaces are in firm control of this one thus far. Rollins gets Kingston in the heel corner and tags in Ambrose. The Shield seem to be taking over this match now. Ambrose tags in Roman Reigns and the crowd pops a bit as Reigns picks up where Ambrose left off with Kingston. Reigns beats Kingston up a bit and then tags Rollins back in the match. Rollins works over Kingston a bit and then tags Ambrose back in the match. The Shield are keeping Kingston in their half of the ring and utilizing quick tags to keep fresh guys on him. Kingston finally makes a tag to Rey Mysterio. Mysterio tags the hot tag and is flying all over the place, beating Rollins from one side of the ring to the other. We are told that Roman Reigns is trending right now on Twitter. A "6-1-9" chant breaks out from the fans in Omaha. Mysterio ends up in the heel corner, where Reigns tags back in and now the bad guys are back in control. We head to a mid-match commercial on that note. When we return from commercial, Reigns is dragging Mysterio to the heel corner. He slaps Mysterio in a rear-chin lock as we see footage, via the WWE App, of The Shield beating up Mysterio during the commercial break. Reigns tags in Ambrose and The Shield continue their beat down of Rey-Rey. Ambrose misses a spear on Mysterio in the corner and Mysterio finally makes the tag to Langston. Langston takes the hot tag and is now throwing The Shield members around like rag dolls. Reigns ends up busted open during all of this. All six guys end up in the ring and there are bodies flying everywhere. Reigns ends up nailing Langston with the Superman punch. Ambrose tags himself in as Reigns was going for the spear. Ambrose steals the pin for his team. Winners: The Shield After The Match Roman Reigns looks pissed at Ambrose. The two argue back-and-forth a bit while Rollins tries to calm the situation down. The Wyatt Family ends up appearing on the titan tron. Bray Wyatt cuts a promo. He says he has their blueprint stamped in his brain. He calls them pawns. Bray says The Shield's moment is coming sooner than they think. Luke Harper ends up getting a speaking role. He says "he has always been your king." He begins whistling as Erick Rowan leans in wearing the sheep mask. Rowan says "run." We see Bray smiling as Harper continues whistling. And that's about it. We head to another commercial break. Daniel Bryan & The Seahawks When we return from commercial, Michael Cole promotes the fact that the Seahawks did the "Yes" chant after winning the Super Bowl, as well as the Seahawks tweeting Daniel Bryan after their big victory. Bad News Barrett & Jerry Lawler We return live in the arena for a Bad News Barrett segment. He points out that the Super Bowl on Sunday was the most-watched show in U.S. history, but he's afraid he's got some bad news. He talks about people eating junk food during the game. As he laughs, Jerry Lawler jumps on the house mic. He says he's afraid he's got some bad news for him. Lawler says hopefully next week, Barrett won't be around. Lawler's music plays. That was it. Christian vs. Jack Swagger After a WWE App and WWE Network plug, Christian's music hits. Christian makes his way to the ring as Michael Cole points out he qualified for the Elimination Chamber on SmackDown last week. We head to a commercial as Christian makes his way to the ring. When we return from commercial, Christian is in the ring, as is his opponent, Jack Swagger. The bell rings and we have a rematch from last week. Antonio Cesaro and Zeb Colter are at ringside for this one. As soon as the bell rings, Swagger takes Christian down. He throws Christian into the corner and goes to work on him with punches. The announcers talk about possible jealously within The Real Americans due to Cesaro qualifying for the Elimination Chamber. Meanwhile, Christian knocks Swagger out to the floor. Swagger ends up beating up Christian on the floor a bit before throwing him back in the ring. We see Colter talking to Cesaro outside the ring as Swagger continues to punish Christian inside the ring. Christian tries to fight his way back into the match, but Swagger cuts his attempt short and continues his beat down. A "let's go Christian" chant breaks out as Swagger continues to dominate. Swagger misses a big splash in the corner and now Christian is firing up on offense. Christian hits a big missile dropkick off the middle rope on Swagger. Christian goes for a big splash off the top rope, but Swagger catches him and reverses into his ankle lock. Christian escapes, looks for the Killswitch, but Swagger avoids it. Swagger goes for the Swagger Bomb but Christian avoids that. Christian rolls Swagger up. 1-2-3. Christian wins. Winner: Christian WWE Tag-Team Titles: New Age Outlaws (c) vs. Goldust & Cody Rhodes (Steel Cage Match) Highlights are shown of last week's match between The New Age Outlaws and the team of Goldust and Cody Rhodes. The steel cage, which has been hanging above the ring all night, is finally lowered. "Oh you didn't know?" Road Dogg and Billy Gunn make their way to the ring as Road Dogg does his usual routine on the mic. Billy Gunn finishes with his usual stuff. With that said, Goldust's music hits and out comes the former WWE Tag-Team Champions. As they finish up their ring entrance, we head to a commercial. When we return from commercial, Justin Roberts does his official introduction for this WWE Tag-Team Championship contest. The announcers point out that you cannot escape the cage to win, there must be a pinfall or submission. It's also noted that this will be a traditional tag-team match, as only one person from each team can wrestle at one time. Goldust and Road Dogg start things off. Goldust gets the better of Road Dogg, so Road Dogg tags in Billy Gunn. Gunn finally gets the upper-hand on The Rhodes Brothers, and the New Age Outlaws are in control of this one. The crowd begins a very loud "CM Punk" chant as the match continues. The announcers argue and bicker over Daniel Bryan potentially becoming the new "face of WWE" if he defeats Randy Orton later tonight. Meanwhile, Goldust and Road Dogg, the legal men in the match now, are fighting back-and-forth. Goldust ends up getting the better of him as a "you don't age" chant breaks out. I believe that's what they were chanting. Road Dogg finally gets the better of Goldust and tags in Billy Gunn. A loud "We want Punk" chant breaks out as Michael Cole takes us to a mid-match commercial. When we return from commercial, Goldust and Road Dogg are battling it out. The guys go back-and-forth for a couple of minutes. The finish sees Cody Rhodes do a wicked moonsault off the top of the cage. In the end, however, Gunn hits the FameAsser for the 1-2-3. The New Age Outlaws retain the titles. Winners and STILL WWE Tag-Team Champions: The New Age Outlaws Titus O'Neil vs. Zack Ryder Titus O'Neil makes his way to the ring with new theme music. Highlights are shown of O'Neil turning on his former Prime Time Player tag-team partner Darren Young on last week's SmackDown. As O'Neil beats up Zack Ryder with ease, The Miz raids the RAW commentary and complains about not being booked on RAW. He whines a bit and then walks off. Meanwhile, O'Neil continues to dominate Ryder in the ring. As O'Neil continues to punish Ryder, another "CM Punk" chant breaks out from the fans in Omaha. Ryder is finally getting some offense in, but eventually O'Neil catches him coming off the top-rope with a big slam. O'Neil hits a big splash on Ryder in the corner. He hits his finisher on Ryder for the 1-2-3. Winner: Titus O'Neil Dance-Off: Summer Rae vs. Emma We head to a commercial after O'Neil's win. When we return from commercial, Fandango makes his way to the ring with Summer Rae. As he makes his entrance, WWE airs a Black History Month vignette. The vignette focuses on "The Big Cat" Ernie Ladd. As we return, Justin Roberts introduces a "Dance Off." His "opponent" for the dance off is none other than Santino Marella. Santino makes his way to the ring to a decent pop. Santino gets to the ring and tells "Fandingo" he wants no part of Santino in a dance competition. He says maybe the WWE Universe would like to see a dance off between "Summer Day" and a member of the audience. Santino chooses NXT Diva Emma. Emma comes into the ring with her sign. Santino tells Summer Rae to go first. Fandango's music plays as Summer dances around. The music stops and Santino tells us to feast our eyes on the swirling hips and fantastic manauvers of Emma. Some hokey music plays and Emma dances badly. The music stops and Santino says he will poll the audience. He mentions Summer Day and the fans boo. He mentions Emma and the fans cheer. Santino announces that Emma is the winner. The hokey music plays again and Santino and Emma hop around. Winner: Emma Sheamus vs. Curtis Axel Sheamus makes his way to the ring to a big pop. As he continues his entrance, we head to a commercial. When we return from commercial, Sheamus is still in the ring with his music playing. Out comes Curtis Axel, accompanied by Ryback. It appears as though we're getting a one-on-one match between Sheamus and Axel. As the bell sounds to make this one official, the fans in Omaha break out in a loud "Goldberg" chant, which is obviously directed at Ryback. As Axel and Sheamus lock up, the crowd breaks out into another loud "CM Punk" chant. Meanwhile, Sheamus takes Axel down with a headlock. Axel finally gets a couple of shots in on Sheamus in the corner. Moments later, Sheamus is back in control, beating Axel with power moves. Sheamus knocks Axel out to the floor. Sheamus goes out after him as we see Ryback looking on. Sheamus bashes Axel face-first into the announce table and then rolls him back in the ring. Axel finally gets back in control of the offense after throwing Sheamus shoulder-first into the ring post. As Axel continues his beat down of Sheamus, another loud "CM Punk" chant breaks out. Sheamus finally starts fighting back, pummeling Axel with punches in the corner. Sheamus goes for his White Noise move but Axel escapes it. Sheamus slams Axel down. Sheamus nails Axel with the Brogue Kick. 1-2-3. Sheamus wins. Winner: Sheamus Batista Coming Up Next We see Batista backstage making his way to the ring. As he gets closer to the entrance way, we head to a commercial break. Michael Cole informs us that the Royal Rumble winner will address the WWE Universe next. We head to another break. In-Ring Segment: Batista & Alberto Del Rio When we return from commercial, Batista's music hits and "The Animal" comes out and makes his way to the ring. The crowd seems to be giving him somewhat of a mixed reaction. WWE gave him an insane amount of pyro to try and ensure a pop for his entrance. It will be interesting to see how the crowd reactions once the music stops and he starts speaking. Michael Cole points out that Batista won the Royal Rumble and will main event this year's WrestleMania. When the music stops, the crowd starts boo'ing a bit. Alberto Del Rio's music quickly hits. Smart move. Bring out a dastardly heel before Batista even speaks. Gives the crowd less of a chance to crap all over Batista. As Del Rio begins to speak, the crowd erupts in "CM Punk" chants anyways. Batista says "look man, I don't have a problem with you." Del Rio talks about Batista sitting on his couch waiting for his movie agent to call him. He says while Batista was doing that, he was in WWE winning world titles. Del Rio gets in Batista's face in the ring and says Batista is afraid of him. He says he's going to hurt him. The "CM Punk" chants start up again. Batista laughs and cuts Del Rio off. He goes to tell Del Rio he has no problem with him again, but before he can finish his sentence, Del Rio hits him with a cheap shot. Del Rio puts the boo's to Batista as the crowd boo's. Batista finally gut-shots Del Rio, but as he goes to Batista Bomb him, Del Rio ducks out the back door and slides out of the ring. Batista takes off his shirt as he music hits. Dolph Ziggler, R-Truth & Xavier Woods vs. The Wyatt Family After the Batista segment ends, Dolph Ziggler's music hits. Ziggler comes out as we are informed that this will be a six-man tag-team match. Out next is R-Truth and Xavier Woods. Truth raps as the two make their way to the ring. Cole points out that these three men will take on The Wyatt Family when we return from the break. On that note, we head to a commercial. When we return from commercial, The Wyatt Family make their usual creepy entrance to the ring. The bell rings and our six-man tag-team match is officially underway. Erick Rowan and Xavier Woods start things off for their respective teams. Woods eventually gets the better of Rowan and tags in R-Truth. Woods and Truth double-team Rowan and then Truth picks up where Woods left off. Rowan tags in Bray Wyatt. Bray gets the better of Truth and then tags in Luke Harper. Harper beats up Truth as a loud "we want Ziggler" chant breaks out from the fans in Omaha. Truth finally explodes on Harper and both guys are down. The crowd rallies behind Truth. He finally makes the tag to Ziggler. Ziggler takes the hot tag and comes in flying all over the place. Ziggler does his ten-punch spot on Harper in the corner as the crowd counts along. Ziggler neckbreakers Harper down and then drops an elbow to the chest of the big man. Ziggler hits a bit DDT on Harper. Ziggler goes for the pin but Rowan comes in and breaks it up. Bray Wyatt comes in and lays out all of the babyfaces. When the smoke clears, Harper blasts Ziggler with his big clothesline. Harper tags in Wyatt. Bray comes in and picks up where Harper left off with Ziggler. Bray hits his Sister Abigail on Ziggler and that's all she wrote. The Wyatt Family wins. Winners: The Wyatt Family After The Match The Shield appears on the titan tron, much like The Wyatt Family did after their match earlier in the night. Dean Ambrose tells them that they're not afraid of them and that they don't live in his weird little world. Seth Rollins calls him dilusional. He says they can't hang with The Shield. Roman Reigns tells The Wyatt's to take a look around because they're standing in The Shield's playground. He says when the Elimination Chamber comes, The Wyatt Family's time is over. When The Shield are done, we see Bray laughing in the ring. He screams out loud that he welcomes this war. We head to another commercial. Naomi vs. Aksana When we return from commercial, a vignette for Alexander Rusev and Lana airs. They speak in Bulgarian, the same stuff we saw on SmackDown last week. After that, we see The Funkadactyls dancing on the ring apron as Michael Cole points out that Naomi is in Divas action next. AJ Lee's music plays and she dances her way to the ring, accompanied by Tamina Snuka. The bell rings and it's time for Divas singles action between Naomi and Aksana. Aksana stretches before the two lock up to get this one going. AJ Lee talks trash about Naomi and the other WWE Divas on commentary as Naomi beats up Aksana in the ring. Michael Cole keeps pointing out that Naomi has pinned AJ Lee twice recently. AJ keeps making excuses for her losses. Meanwhile, Aksana is finally getting some offense in. Naomi tries fighting back but Aksana cuts her comeback attempt short. We see Cameron cheering Naomi on from ringside as AJ calls her a glorified cheerleader. AJ jokingly asks the announce team how to download the WWE App. Naomi tries fighting back again but once again Aksana cuts her short. Naomi finally hits her finisher on Aksana out of nowhere. 1-2-3. Naomi wins. Winner: Naomi Daniel Bryan vs. Randy Orton We are told that Randy Orton vs. Daniel Bryan, tonight's main event, will be next after the break. On that note, we head to another commercial. When we return from commercial, Daniel Bryan's music hits. The crowd explodes and immediately start doing the "Yes!" chant as he runs to the ring. Randy Orton's music hits next and the WWE World Heavyweight Champion makes his way to the ring for tonight's RAW main event. As Orton enters the ring, Michael Cole takes us to another commercial break. When we return from commercial, Orton and Bryan get their match underway. The "Daniel Bryan" and "Yes" chants break out immediately as Bryan takes the early offensive lead in the match. At one point, some loud "CM Punk" chants broke out as well. Bryan worked over the arm of Orton for a bit, but Orton eventually gained the upper-hand of the match. As Orton beat up Bryan, the crowd again erupted in "Daniel Bryan" and "Yes" chants. Daniel Bryan starts fighting his way back into the match. Bryan is working over the leg of Orton now. As Bryan continues to attack Orton's leg, another loud "CM Punk" chant breaks out from the fans in Omaha. Orton finally fights his way back into the offensive lead of the match. The crowd boo's and starts chanting "No! No!" as Orton taunts them. Bryan cuts Orton's offensive run short, however, and continues to go to work on the leg of Orton. The fight spills out to the floor and Michael Cole ends up getting bumped as the two fought near the announce table. Lawler and JBL take over commentary and continue to ask if Cole is okay. Finally, Cole returns to the commentary and says he's ok. Bryan goes to work on Orton in the ring as a random "JBL" chant breaks out. Bryan locks Orton in the surf board and then stomps away on the leg of Orton that he's been working over throughout the match. The fight makes its' way out to the floor again. Orton throws Bryan into the barricade and now seems to be in control of the offense for the first time in a long while. Orton is selling his leg as the action returns to the ring. Back in the ring, Orton continues to go to work on Bryan, all-the-while selling his leg. The crowd tries cheering Bryan on with "Yes" chants, however Orton powerslams Bryan with a vengeance and continues his attack. We head to a mid-match commercial on that note. When we return from commercial, Bryan is blasting Orton with repeated "Yes!" kicks. Orton cuts Bryan's offensive momentum short, however, and dumps Bryan on his head. Bryan rolls out to the floor to recover. Bryan is selling his shoulder after that spot. Orton goes out after Bryan and rams him shoulder-first into the ring post. Orton picks him up and again rams him shoulder-first into the post. Orton throws Bryan into the ring steps. Orton throws Bryan back in the ring. As the action returns to the ring, Orton continues to focus his attack on the arm of Bryan. Orton starts doing his Ronnie Garvin stomps on the body of Bryan, again focusing mainly on Bryan's arm. A loud "Daniel Bryan" chant breaks out in Omaha as Orton continues to work over the arm of Bryan. Orton does his pose to taunt the fans as Bryan continues to sell his arm. Orton grabs Bryan's arm and yanks it over the top-rope as he drops to the floor outside the ring. Orton rolls back in the ring as the crowd begins another "Daniel Bryan" chant. Orton sits Bryan on the top rope. Orton goes for a superplex but Bryan fights his way out and headbutts Orton down to the mat. Bryan comes off the top rope with a big missile dropkick. As Bryan lands, Michael Cole points out that he hit his bad shoulder. Bryan stays down and sells his shoulder. Another "Daniel Bryan" chant breaks out as Bryan and Orton trade punches and kicks. Orton grabs Bryan and yanks his arm hard. Bryan gets Orton in the "Yes! Lock" out of nowhere, but Orton eventually makes it to the ropes to break the hold. Bryan continues to sell his arm as both guys make their way back to their feet. Bryan starts blasting Orton with "Yes!" kicks in the corner. Bryan hits Orton with a big dropkick in the corner. Bryan goes for another one, but Orton catches Bryan coming in with a big dropkick of his own. Orton hits Bryan with his draping DDT off the middle ropes. Orton drops down in his "Viper" pose. He goes for the RKO, but Bryan counters with a big kick. Bryan goes to the top rope. He comes flying off the top rope and nails Orton with his trademark flying headbutt. Bryan starts blasting Orton with "Yes!" kicks again as the crowd chants "Yes" along with each of them. Out of nowhere, Kane comes down to the ring. Kane hops on the apron and Bryan knocks him down. Orton is outside the ring next to Kane and Bryan does a big suicide dive through the ropes, splashing onto both guys. Bryan blasts Kane head-first into the ring steps. Back in the ring, Bryan avoids the RKO and counters with his running knee. 1-2-3. Bryan wins. Winner: Daniel Bryan After The Match Bryan's music plays and he leads the crowd in some "Yes!" chants, all-the-while still selling his right shoulder. Kane and Orton creep up on the apron and Bryan goes after Kane. Orton attacks Bryan from behind and now both Orton and Kane are stomping away at Bryan. Kane chokeslams Bryan down as the crowd boo's. Kane does his pose and the fire explodes out of the corners. Orton grabs his two belts and both guys stand tall over the fallen Bryan. 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After that, Randy Orton's music hits and out walks the WWE World Heavyweight Champion to the ring to a chorus of boo's. We shoot to the announce table during Orton's entrance as Cole talks about Orton being in a bad mood due to his match at the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view. Orton begins speaking and almost immediately a loud "CM Punk" chant breaks out. Orton raises his voice to try and drown it out. Orton complains about having to defend his title at the upcoming pay-per-view. Orton says despite people wanting him to lose, he's going to win the Elimination Chamber and go on to beat the "jacked up freak" Batista. He says during the Evolution days, he and Batista were equals. He says now he's simply better than him. Orton calls himself the greatest Superstar of this and every other generation. He says he's the main attraction each week on RAW. Triple H's music hits and out comes "The Game" and Stephanie McMahon. As soon as Stephanie begins speaking, another loud "CM Punk" chant breaks out. Stephanie tells Orton he's paranoid and not to bite the hand that feeds him. Triple H says Orton comes out week after week complaining about facing unfair odds. HHH says that doesn't sound like words that should be coming out of the mouth of the "face of the WWE." Triple H says maybe The Authority should consider putting their faith in someone else. As soon as he says that, a loud "Yes, Yes" chant breaks out. Stephanie says in the next several weeks, Orton will face his Elimination Chamber opponents in one-on-one matches. Stephanie talks about considering they may have to consider making Daniel Bryan the new face of WWE. The crowd erupts with "Yes" chants as Triple H does the hand-raising gesture that Bryan normally does. Bryan will compete against Orton tonight and if Bryan wins, The Authority claims they will consider him as the new face of the WWE. The Shield vs. Rey Mysterio, Big E. Langston & Kofi Kingston The Shield's music hits and out comes all three members through the crowd. We see video highlights of the Wyatt Family costing The Shield their chance to quality for the Elimination Chamber on RAW last week. After that, highlights are shown from SmackDown of the segment with Roman Reigns getting in Triple H's face and setting up The Shield vs. The Wyatt Family at the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view. We head to a commercial. When we return from commercial, Rey Mysterio is making his entrance. Big E. Langston and Kofi Kingston are already in the ring. The bell rings and a six-man tag-team match begins. Langston and Dean Ambrose start things off for their respective teams. Langston gets the better of Ambrose and then tags in Kingston. Kingston picks up where Langston left off. Ambrose tags Seth Rollins in and Kingston immediately goes to work on Rollins. The babyfaces are in firm control of this one thus far. Rollins gets Kingston in the heel corner and tags in Ambrose. The Shield seem to be taking over this match now. Ambrose tags in Roman Reigns and the crowd pops a bit as Reigns picks up where Ambrose left off with Kingston. Reigns beats Kingston up a bit and then tags Rollins back in the match. Rollins works over Kingston a bit and then tags Ambrose back in the match. The Shield are keeping Kingston in their half of the ring and utilizing quick tags to keep fresh guys on him. Kingston finally makes a tag to Rey Mysterio. Mysterio tags the hot tag and is flying all over the place, beating Rollins from one side of the ring to the other. We are told that Roman Reigns is trending right now on Twitter. A "6-1-9" chant breaks out from the fans in Omaha. Mysterio ends up in the heel corner, where Reigns tags back in and now the bad guys are back in control. We head to a mid-match commercial on that note. When we return from commercial, Reigns is dragging Mysterio to the heel corner. He slaps Mysterio in a rear-chin lock as we see footage, via the WWE App, of The Shield beating up Mysterio during the commercial break. Reigns tags in Ambrose and The Shield continue their beat down of Rey-Rey. Ambrose misses a spear on Mysterio in the corner and Mysterio finally makes the tag to Langston. Langston takes the hot tag and is now throwing The Shield members around like rag dolls. Reigns ends up busted open during all of this. All six guys end up in the ring and there are bodies flying everywhere. Reigns ends up nailing Langston with the Superman punch. Ambrose tags himself in as Reigns was going for the spear. Ambrose steals the pin for his team. Winners: The Shield After The Match Roman Reigns looks pissed at Ambrose. The two argue back-and-forth a bit while Rollins tries to calm the situation down. The Wyatt Family ends up appearing on the titan tron. Bray Wyatt cuts a promo. He says he has their blueprint stamped in his brain. He calls them pawns. Bray says The Shield's moment is coming sooner than they think. Luke Harper ends up getting a speaking role. He says "he has always been your king." He begins whistling as Erick Rowan leans in wearing the sheep mask. Rowan says "run." We see Bray smiling as Harper continues whistling. And that's about it. We head to another commercial break. Daniel Bryan & The Seahawks When we return from commercial, Michael Cole promotes the fact that the Seahawks did the "Yes" chant after winning the Super Bowl, as well as the Seahawks tweeting Daniel Bryan after their big victory. Bad News Barrett & Jerry Lawler We return live in the arena for a Bad News Barrett segment. He points out that the Super Bowl on Sunday was the most-watched show in U.S. history, but he's afraid he's got some bad news. He talks about people eating junk food during the game. As he laughs, Jerry Lawler jumps on the house mic. He says he's afraid he's got some bad news for him. Lawler says hopefully next week, Barrett won't be around. Lawler's music plays. That was it. Christian vs. Jack Swagger After a WWE App and WWE Network plug, Christian's music hits. Christian makes his way to the ring as Michael Cole points out he qualified for the Elimination Chamber on SmackDown last week. We head to a commercial as Christian makes his way to the ring. When we return from commercial, Christian is in the ring, as is his opponent, Jack Swagger. The bell rings and we have a rematch from last week. Antonio Cesaro and Zeb Colter are at ringside for this one. As soon as the bell rings, Swagger takes Christian down. He throws Christian into the corner and goes to work on him with punches. The announcers talk about possible jealously within The Real Americans due to Cesaro qualifying for the Elimination Chamber. Meanwhile, Christian knocks Swagger out to the floor. Swagger ends up beating up Christian on the floor a bit before throwing him back in the ring. We see Colter talking to Cesaro outside the ring as Swagger continues to punish Christian inside the ring. Christian tries to fight his way back into the match, but Swagger cuts his attempt short and continues his beat down. A "let's go Christian" chant breaks out as Swagger continues to dominate. Swagger misses a big splash in the corner and now Christian is firing up on offense. Christian hits a big missile dropkick off the middle rope on Swagger. Christian goes for a big splash off the top rope, but Swagger catches him and reverses into his ankle lock. Christian escapes, looks for the Killswitch, but Swagger avoids it. Swagger goes for the Swagger Bomb but Christian avoids that. Christian rolls Swagger up. 1-2-3. Christian wins. Winner: Christian WWE Tag-Team Titles: New Age Outlaws (c) vs. Goldust & Cody Rhodes (Steel Cage Match) Highlights are shown of last week's match between The New Age Outlaws and the team of Goldust and Cody Rhodes. The steel cage, which has been hanging above the ring all night, is finally lowered. "Oh you didn't know?" Road Dogg and Billy Gunn make their way to the ring as Road Dogg does his usual routine on the mic. Billy Gunn finishes with his usual stuff. With that said, Goldust's music hits and out comes the former WWE Tag-Team Champions. As they finish up their ring entrance, we head to a commercial. When we return from commercial, Justin Roberts does his official introduction for this WWE Tag-Team Championship contest. The announcers point out that you cannot escape the cage to win, there must be a pinfall or submission. It's also noted that this will be a traditional tag-team match, as only one person from each team can wrestle at one time. Goldust and Road Dogg start things off. Goldust gets the better of Road Dogg, so Road Dogg tags in Billy Gunn. Gunn finally gets the upper-hand on The Rhodes Brothers, and the New Age Outlaws are in control of this one. The crowd begins a very loud "CM Punk" chant as the match continues. The announcers argue and bicker over Daniel Bryan potentially becoming the new "face of WWE" if he defeats Randy Orton later tonight. Meanwhile, Goldust and Road Dogg, the legal men in the match now, are fighting back-and-forth. Goldust ends up getting the better of him as a "you don't age" chant breaks out. I believe that's what they were chanting. Road Dogg finally gets the better of Goldust and tags in Billy Gunn. A loud "We want Punk" chant breaks out as Michael Cole takes us to a mid-match commercial. When we return from commercial, Goldust and Road Dogg are battling it out. The guys go back-and-forth for a couple of minutes. The finish sees Cody Rhodes do a wicked moonsault off the top of the cage. In the end, however, Gunn hits the FameAsser for the 1-2-3. The New Age Outlaws retain the titles. Winners and STILL WWE Tag-Team Champions: The New Age Outlaws Titus O'Neil vs. Zack Ryder Titus O'Neil makes his way to the ring with new theme music. Highlights are shown of O'Neil turning on his former Prime Time Player tag-team partner Darren Young on last week's SmackDown. As O'Neil beats up Zack Ryder with ease, The Miz raids the RAW commentary and complains about not being booked on RAW. He whines a bit and then walks off. Meanwhile, O'Neil continues to dominate Ryder in the ring. As O'Neil continues to punish Ryder, another "CM Punk" chant breaks out from the fans in Omaha. Ryder is finally getting some offense in, but eventually O'Neil catches him coming off the top-rope with a big slam. O'Neil hits a big splash on Ryder in the corner. He hits his finisher on Ryder for the 1-2-3. Winner: Titus O'Neil Dance-Off: Summer Rae vs. Emma We head to a commercial after O'Neil's win. When we return from commercial, Fandango makes his way to the ring with Summer Rae. As he makes his entrance, WWE airs a Black History Month vignette. The vignette focuses on "The Big Cat" Ernie Ladd. As we return, Justin Roberts introduces a "Dance Off." His "opponent" for the dance off is none other than Santino Marella. Santino makes his way to the ring to a decent pop. Santino gets to the ring and tells "Fandingo" he wants no part of Santino in a dance competition. He says maybe the WWE Universe would like to see a dance off between "Summer Day" and a member of the audience. Santino chooses NXT Diva Emma. Emma comes into the ring with her sign. Santino tells Summer Rae to go first. Fandango's music plays as Summer dances around. The music stops and Santino tells us to feast our eyes on the swirling hips and fantastic manauvers of Emma. Some hokey music plays and Emma dances badly. The music stops and Santino says he will poll the audience. He mentions Summer Day and the fans boo. He mentions Emma and the fans cheer. Santino announces that Emma is the winner. The hokey music plays again and Santino and Emma hop around. Winner: Emma Sheamus vs. Curtis Axel Sheamus makes his way to the ring to a big pop. As he continues his entrance, we head to a commercial. When we return from commercial, Sheamus is still in the ring with his music playing. Out comes Curtis Axel, accompanied by Ryback. It appears as though we're getting a one-on-one match between Sheamus and Axel. As the bell sounds to make this one official, the fans in Omaha break out in a loud "Goldberg" chant, which is obviously directed at Ryback. As Axel and Sheamus lock up, the crowd breaks out into another loud "CM Punk" chant. Meanwhile, Sheamus takes Axel down with a headlock. Axel finally gets a couple of shots in on Sheamus in the corner. Moments later, Sheamus is back in control, beating Axel with power moves. Sheamus knocks Axel out to the floor. Sheamus goes out after him as we see Ryback looking on. Sheamus bashes Axel face-first into the announce table and then rolls him back in the ring. Axel finally gets back in control of the offense after throwing Sheamus shoulder-first into the ring post. As Axel continues his beat down of Sheamus, another loud "CM Punk" chant breaks out. Sheamus finally starts fighting back, pummeling Axel with punches in the corner. Sheamus goes for his White Noise move but Axel escapes it. Sheamus slams Axel down. Sheamus nails Axel with the Brogue Kick. 1-2-3. Sheamus wins. Winner: Sheamus Batista Coming Up Next We see Batista backstage making his way to the ring. As he gets closer to the entrance way, we head to a commercial break. Michael Cole informs us that the Royal Rumble winner will address the WWE Universe next. We head to another break. In-Ring Segment: Batista & Alberto Del Rio When we return from commercial, Batista's music hits and "The Animal" comes out and makes his way to the ring. The crowd seems to be giving him somewhat of a mixed reaction. WWE gave him an insane amount of pyro to try and ensure a pop for his entrance. It will be interesting to see how the crowd reactions once the music stops and he starts speaking. Michael Cole points out that Batista won the Royal Rumble and will main event this year's WrestleMania. When the music stops, the crowd starts boo'ing a bit. Alberto Del Rio's music quickly hits. Smart move. Bring out a dastardly heel before Batista even speaks. Gives the crowd less of a chance to crap all over Batista. As Del Rio begins to speak, the crowd erupts in "CM Punk" chants anyways. Batista says "look man, I don't have a problem with you." Del Rio talks about Batista sitting on his couch waiting for his movie agent to call him. He says while Batista was doing that, he was in WWE winning world titles. Del Rio gets in Batista's face in the ring and says Batista is afraid of him. He says he's going to hurt him. The "CM Punk" chants start up again. Batista laughs and cuts Del Rio off. He goes to tell Del Rio he has no problem with him again, but before he can finish his sentence, Del Rio hits him with a cheap shot. Del Rio puts the boo's to Batista as the crowd boo's. Batista finally gut-shots Del Rio, but as he goes to Batista Bomb him, Del Rio ducks out the back door and slides out of the ring. Batista takes off his shirt as he music hits. Dolph Ziggler, R-Truth & Xavier Woods vs. The Wyatt Family After the Batista segment ends, Dolph Ziggler's music hits. Ziggler comes out as we are informed that this will be a six-man tag-team match. Out next is R-Truth and Xavier Woods. Truth raps as the two make their way to the ring. Cole points out that these three men will take on The Wyatt Family when we return from the break. On that note, we head to a commercial. When we return from commercial, The Wyatt Family make their usual creepy entrance to the ring. The bell rings and our six-man tag-team match is officially underway. Erick Rowan and Xavier Woods start things off for their respective teams. Woods eventually gets the better of Rowan and tags in R-Truth. Woods and Truth double-team Rowan and then Truth picks up where Woods left off. Rowan tags in Bray Wyatt. Bray gets the better of Truth and then tags in Luke Harper. Harper beats up Truth as a loud "we want Ziggler" chant breaks out from the fans in Omaha. Truth finally explodes on Harper and both guys are down. The crowd rallies behind Truth. He finally makes the tag to Ziggler. Ziggler takes the hot tag and comes in flying all over the place. Ziggler does his ten-punch spot on Harper in the corner as the crowd counts along. Ziggler neckbreakers Harper down and then drops an elbow to the chest of the big man. Ziggler hits a bit DDT on Harper. Ziggler goes for the pin but Rowan comes in and breaks it up. Bray Wyatt comes in and lays out all of the babyfaces. When the smoke clears, Harper blasts Ziggler with his big clothesline. Harper tags in Wyatt. Bray comes in and picks up where Harper left off with Ziggler. Bray hits his Sister Abigail on Ziggler and that's all she wrote. The Wyatt Family wins. Winners: The Wyatt Family After The Match The Shield appears on the titan tron, much like The Wyatt Family did after their match earlier in the night. Dean Ambrose tells them that they're not afraid of them and that they don't live in his weird little world. Seth Rollins calls him dilusional. He says they can't hang with The Shield. Roman Reigns tells The Wyatt's to take a look around because they're standing in The Shield's playground. He says when the Elimination Chamber comes, The Wyatt Family's time is over. When The Shield are done, we see Bray laughing in the ring. He screams out loud that he welcomes this war. We head to another commercial. Naomi vs. Aksana When we return from commercial, a vignette for Alexander Rusev and Lana airs. They speak in Bulgarian, the same stuff we saw on SmackDown last week. After that, we see The Funkadactyls dancing on the ring apron as Michael Cole points out that Naomi is in Divas action next. AJ Lee's music plays and she dances her way to the ring, accompanied by Tamina Snuka. The bell rings and it's time for Divas singles action between Naomi and Aksana. Aksana stretches before the two lock up to get this one going. AJ Lee talks trash about Naomi and the other WWE Divas on commentary as Naomi beats up Aksana in the ring. Michael Cole keeps pointing out that Naomi has pinned AJ Lee twice recently. AJ keeps making excuses for her losses. Meanwhile, Aksana is finally getting some offense in. Naomi tries fighting back but Aksana cuts her comeback attempt short. We see Cameron cheering Naomi on from ringside as AJ calls her a glorified cheerleader. AJ jokingly asks the announce team how to download the WWE App. Naomi tries fighting back again but once again Aksana cuts her short. Naomi finally hits her finisher on Aksana out of nowhere. 1-2-3. Naomi wins. Winner: Naomi Daniel Bryan vs. Randy Orton We are told that Randy Orton vs. Daniel Bryan, tonight's main event, will be next after the break. On that note, we head to another commercial. When we return from commercial, Daniel Bryan's music hits. The crowd explodes and immediately start doing the "Yes!" chant as he runs to the ring. Randy Orton's music hits next and the WWE World Heavyweight Champion makes his way to the ring for tonight's RAW main event. As Orton enters the ring, Michael Cole takes us to another commercial break. When we return from commercial, Orton and Bryan get their match underway. The "Daniel Bryan" and "Yes" chants break out immediately as Bryan takes the early offensive lead in the match. At one point, some loud "CM Punk" chants broke out as well. Bryan worked over the arm of Orton for a bit, but Orton eventually gained the upper-hand of the match. As Orton beat up Bryan, the crowd again erupted in "Daniel Bryan" and "Yes" chants. Daniel Bryan starts fighting his way back into the match. Bryan is working over the leg of Orton now. As Bryan continues to attack Orton's leg, another loud "CM Punk" chant breaks out from the fans in Omaha. Orton finally fights his way back into the offensive lead of the match. The crowd boo's and starts chanting "No! No!" as Orton taunts them. Bryan cuts Orton's offensive run short, however, and continues to go to work on the leg of Orton. The fight spills out to the floor and Michael Cole ends up getting bumped as the two fought near the announce table. Lawler and JBL take over commentary and continue to ask if Cole is okay. Finally, Cole returns to the commentary and says he's ok. Bryan goes to work on Orton in the ring as a random "JBL" chant breaks out. Bryan locks Orton in the surf board and then stomps away on the leg of Orton that he's been working over throughout the match. The fight makes its' way out to the floor again. Orton throws Bryan into the barricade and now seems to be in control of the offense for the first time in a long while. Orton is selling his leg as the action returns to the ring. Back in the ring, Orton continues to go to work on Bryan, all-the-while selling his leg. The crowd tries cheering Bryan on with "Yes" chants, however Orton powerslams Bryan with a vengeance and continues his attack. We head to a mid-match commercial on that note. When we return from commercial, Bryan is blasting Orton with repeated "Yes!" kicks. Orton cuts Bryan's offensive momentum short, however, and dumps Bryan on his head. Bryan rolls out to the floor to recover. Bryan is selling his shoulder after that spot. Orton goes out after Bryan and rams him shoulder-first into the ring post. Orton picks him up and again rams him shoulder-first into the post. Orton throws Bryan into the ring steps. Orton throws Bryan back in the ring. As the action returns to the ring, Orton continues to focus his attack on the arm of Bryan. Orton starts doing his Ronnie Garvin stomps on the body of Bryan, again focusing mainly on Bryan's arm. A loud "Daniel Bryan" chant breaks out in Omaha as Orton continues to work over the arm of Bryan. Orton does his pose to taunt the fans as Bryan continues to sell his arm. Orton grabs Bryan's arm and yanks it over the top-rope as he drops to the floor outside the ring. Orton rolls back in the ring as the crowd begins another "Daniel Bryan" chant. Orton sits Bryan on the top rope. Orton goes for a superplex but Bryan fights his way out and headbutts Orton down to the mat. Bryan comes off the top rope with a big missile dropkick. As Bryan lands, Michael Cole points out that he hit his bad shoulder. Bryan stays down and sells his shoulder. Another "Daniel Bryan" chant breaks out as Bryan and Orton trade punches and kicks. Orton grabs Bryan and yanks his arm hard. Bryan gets Orton in the "Yes! Lock" out of nowhere, but Orton eventually makes it to the ropes to break the hold. Bryan continues to sell his arm as both guys make their way back to their feet. Bryan starts blasting Orton with "Yes!" kicks in the corner. Bryan hits Orton with a big dropkick in the corner. Bryan goes for another one, but Orton catches Bryan coming in with a big dropkick of his own. Orton hits Bryan with his draping DDT off the middle ropes. Orton drops down in his "Viper" pose. He goes for the RKO, but Bryan counters with a big kick. Bryan goes to the top rope. He comes flying off the top rope and nails Orton with his trademark flying headbutt. Bryan starts blasting Orton with "Yes!" kicks again as the crowd chants "Yes" along with each of them. Out of nowhere, Kane comes down to the ring. Kane hops on the apron and Bryan knocks him down. Orton is outside the ring next to Kane and Bryan does a big suicide dive through the ropes, splashing onto both guys. Bryan blasts Kane head-first into the ring steps. Back in the ring, Bryan avoids the RKO and counters with his running knee. 1-2-3. Bryan wins. Winner: Daniel Bryan After The Match Bryan's music plays and he leads the crowd in some "Yes!" chants, all-the-while still selling his right shoulder. Kane and Orton creep up on the apron and Bryan goes after Kane. Orton attacks Bryan from behind and now both Orton and Kane are stomping away at Bryan. Kane chokeslams Bryan down as the crowd boo's. Kane does his pose and the fire explodes out of the corners. Orton grabs his two belts and both guys stand tall over the fallen Bryan. RAW goes off-the-air on that note. 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After that, Randy Orton's music hits and out walks the WWE World Heavyweight Champion to the ring to a chorus of boo's. We shoot to the announce table during Orton's entrance as Cole talks about Orton being in a bad mood due to his match at the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view. Orton begins speaking and almost immediately a loud "CM Punk" chant breaks out. Orton raises his voice to try and drown it out. Orton complains about having to defend his title at the upcoming pay-per-view. Orton says despite people wanting him to lose, he's going to win the Elimination Chamber and go on to beat the "jacked up freak" Batista. He says during the Evolution days, he and Batista were equals. He says now he's simply better than him. Orton calls himself the greatest Superstar of this and every other generation. He says he's the main attraction each week on RAW. Triple H's music hits and out comes "The Game" and Stephanie McMahon. As soon as Stephanie begins speaking, another loud "CM Punk" chant breaks out. Stephanie tells Orton he's paranoid and not to bite the hand that feeds him. Triple H says Orton comes out week after week complaining about facing unfair odds. HHH says that doesn't sound like words that should be coming out of the mouth of the "face of the WWE." Triple H says maybe The Authority should consider putting their faith in someone else. As soon as he says that, a loud "Yes, Yes" chant breaks out. Stephanie says in the next several weeks, Orton will face his Elimination Chamber opponents in one-on-one matches. Stephanie talks about considering they may have to consider making Daniel Bryan the new face of WWE. The crowd erupts with "Yes" chants as Triple H does the hand-raising gesture that Bryan normally does. Bryan will compete against Orton tonight and if Bryan wins, The Authority claims they will consider him as the new face of the WWE. The Shield vs. Rey Mysterio, Big E. Langston & Kofi Kingston The Shield's music hits and out comes all three members through the crowd. We see video highlights of the Wyatt Family costing The Shield their chance to quality for the Elimination Chamber on RAW last week. After that, highlights are shown from SmackDown of the segment with Roman Reigns getting in Triple H's face and setting up The Shield vs. The Wyatt Family at the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view. We head to a commercial. When we return from commercial, Rey Mysterio is making his entrance. Big E. Langston and Kofi Kingston are already in the ring. The bell rings and a six-man tag-team match begins. Langston and Dean Ambrose start things off for their respective teams. Langston gets the better of Ambrose and then tags in Kingston. Kingston picks up where Langston left off. Ambrose tags Seth Rollins in and Kingston immediately goes to work on Rollins. The babyfaces are in firm control of this one thus far. Rollins gets Kingston in the heel corner and tags in Ambrose. The Shield seem to be taking over this match now. Ambrose tags in Roman Reigns and the crowd pops a bit as Reigns picks up where Ambrose left off with Kingston. Reigns beats Kingston up a bit and then tags Rollins back in the match. Rollins works over Kingston a bit and then tags Ambrose back in the match. The Shield are keeping Kingston in their half of the ring and utilizing quick tags to keep fresh guys on him. Kingston finally makes a tag to Rey Mysterio. Mysterio tags the hot tag and is flying all over the place, beating Rollins from one side of the ring to the other. We are told that Roman Reigns is trending right now on Twitter. A "6-1-9" chant breaks out from the fans in Omaha. Mysterio ends up in the heel corner, where Reigns tags back in and now the bad guys are back in control. We head to a mid-match commercial on that note. When we return from commercial, Reigns is dragging Mysterio to the heel corner. He slaps Mysterio in a rear-chin lock as we see footage, via the WWE App, of The Shield beating up Mysterio during the commercial break. Reigns tags in Ambrose and The Shield continue their beat down of Rey-Rey. Ambrose misses a spear on Mysterio in the corner and Mysterio finally makes the tag to Langston. Langston takes the hot tag and is now throwing The Shield members around like rag dolls. Reigns ends up busted open during all of this. All six guys end up in the ring and there are bodies flying everywhere. Reigns ends up nailing Langston with the Superman punch. Ambrose tags himself in as Reigns was going for the spear. Ambrose steals the pin for his team. Winners: The Shield After The Match Roman Reigns looks pissed at Ambrose. The two argue back-and-forth a bit while Rollins tries to calm the situation down. The Wyatt Family ends up appearing on the titan tron. Bray Wyatt cuts a promo. He says he has their blueprint stamped in his brain. He calls them pawns. Bray says The Shield's moment is coming sooner than they think. Luke Harper ends up getting a speaking role. He says "he has always been your king." He begins whistling as Erick Rowan leans in wearing the sheep mask. Rowan says "run." We see Bray smiling as Harper continues whistling. And that's about it. We head to another commercial break. Daniel Bryan & The Seahawks When we return from commercial, Michael Cole promotes the fact that the Seahawks did the "Yes" chant after winning the Super Bowl, as well as the Seahawks tweeting Daniel Bryan after their big victory. Bad News Barrett & Jerry Lawler We return live in the arena for a Bad News Barrett segment. He points out that the Super Bowl on Sunday was the most-watched show in U.S. history, but he's afraid he's got some bad news. He talks about people eating junk food during the game. As he laughs, Jerry Lawler jumps on the house mic. He says he's afraid he's got some bad news for him. Lawler says hopefully next week, Barrett won't be around. Lawler's music plays. That was it. Christian vs. Jack Swagger After a WWE App and WWE Network plug, Christian's music hits. Christian makes his way to the ring as Michael Cole points out he qualified for the Elimination Chamber on SmackDown last week. We head to a commercial as Christian makes his way to the ring. When we return from commercial, Christian is in the ring, as is his opponent, Jack Swagger. The bell rings and we have a rematch from last week. Antonio Cesaro and Zeb Colter are at ringside for this one. As soon as the bell rings, Swagger takes Christian down. He throws Christian into the corner and goes to work on him with punches. The announcers talk about possible jealously within The Real Americans due to Cesaro qualifying for the Elimination Chamber. Meanwhile, Christian knocks Swagger out to the floor. Swagger ends up beating up Christian on the floor a bit before throwing him back in the ring. We see Colter talking to Cesaro outside the ring as Swagger continues to punish Christian inside the ring. Christian tries to fight his way back into the match, but Swagger cuts his attempt short and continues his beat down. A "let's go Christian" chant breaks out as Swagger continues to dominate. Swagger misses a big splash in the corner and now Christian is firing up on offense. Christian hits a big missile dropkick off the middle rope on Swagger. Christian goes for a big splash off the top rope, but Swagger catches him and reverses into his ankle lock. Christian escapes, looks for the Killswitch, but Swagger avoids it. Swagger goes for the Swagger Bomb but Christian avoids that. Christian rolls Swagger up. 1-2-3. Christian wins. Winner: Christian WWE Tag-Team Titles: New Age Outlaws (c) vs. Goldust & Cody Rhodes (Steel Cage Match) Highlights are shown of last week's match between The New Age Outlaws and the team of Goldust and Cody Rhodes. The steel cage, which has been hanging above the ring all night, is finally lowered. "Oh you didn't know?" Road Dogg and Billy Gunn make their way to the ring as Road Dogg does his usual routine on the mic. Billy Gunn finishes with his usual stuff. With that said, Goldust's music hits and out comes the former WWE Tag-Team Champions. As they finish up their ring entrance, we head to a commercial. When we return from commercial, Justin Roberts does his official introduction for this WWE Tag-Team Championship contest. The announcers point out that you cannot escape the cage to win, there must be a pinfall or submission. It's also noted that this will be a traditional tag-team match, as only one person from each team can wrestle at one time. Goldust and Road Dogg start things off. Goldust gets the better of Road Dogg, so Road Dogg tags in Billy Gunn. Gunn finally gets the upper-hand on The Rhodes Brothers, and the New Age Outlaws are in control of this one. The crowd begins a very loud "CM Punk" chant as the match continues. The announcers argue and bicker over Daniel Bryan potentially becoming the new "face of WWE" if he defeats Randy Orton later tonight. Meanwhile, Goldust and Road Dogg, the legal men in the match now, are fighting back-and-forth. Goldust ends up getting the better of him as a "you don't age" chant breaks out. I believe that's what they were chanting. Road Dogg finally gets the better of Goldust and tags in Billy Gunn. A loud "We want Punk" chant breaks out as Michael Cole takes us to a mid-match commercial. When we return from commercial, Goldust and Road Dogg are battling it out. The guys go back-and-forth for a couple of minutes. The finish sees Cody Rhodes do a wicked moonsault off the top of the cage. In the end, however, Gunn hits the FameAsser for the 1-2-3. The New Age Outlaws retain the titles. Winners and STILL WWE Tag-Team Champions: The New Age Outlaws Titus O'Neil vs. Zack Ryder Titus O'Neil makes his way to the ring with new theme music. Highlights are shown of O'Neil turning on his former Prime Time Player tag-team partner Darren Young on last week's SmackDown. As O'Neil beats up Zack Ryder with ease, The Miz raids the RAW commentary and complains about not being booked on RAW. He whines a bit and then walks off. Meanwhile, O'Neil continues to dominate Ryder in the ring. As O'Neil continues to punish Ryder, another "CM Punk" chant breaks out from the fans in Omaha. Ryder is finally getting some offense in, but eventually O'Neil catches him coming off the top-rope with a big slam. O'Neil hits a big splash on Ryder in the corner. He hits his finisher on Ryder for the 1-2-3. Winner: Titus O'Neil Dance-Off: Summer Rae vs. Emma We head to a commercial after O'Neil's win. When we return from commercial, Fandango makes his way to the ring with Summer Rae. As he makes his entrance, WWE airs a Black History Month vignette. The vignette focuses on "The Big Cat" Ernie Ladd. As we return, Justin Roberts introduces a "Dance Off." His "opponent" for the dance off is none other than Santino Marella. Santino makes his way to the ring to a decent pop. Santino gets to the ring and tells "Fandingo" he wants no part of Santino in a dance competition. He says maybe the WWE Universe would like to see a dance off between "Summer Day" and a member of the audience. Santino chooses NXT Diva Emma. Emma comes into the ring with her sign. Santino tells Summer Rae to go first. Fandango's music plays as Summer dances around. The music stops and Santino tells us to feast our eyes on the swirling hips and fantastic manauvers of Emma. Some hokey music plays and Emma dances badly. The music stops and Santino says he will poll the audience. He mentions Summer Day and the fans boo. He mentions Emma and the fans cheer. Santino announces that Emma is the winner. The hokey music plays again and Santino and Emma hop around. Winner: Emma Sheamus vs. Curtis Axel Sheamus makes his way to the ring to a big pop. As he continues his entrance, we head to a commercial. When we return from commercial, Sheamus is still in the ring with his music playing. Out comes Curtis Axel, accompanied by Ryback. It appears as though we're getting a one-on-one match between Sheamus and Axel. As the bell sounds to make this one official, the fans in Omaha break out in a loud "Goldberg" chant, which is obviously directed at Ryback. As Axel and Sheamus lock up, the crowd breaks out into another loud "CM Punk" chant. Meanwhile, Sheamus takes Axel down with a headlock. Axel finally gets a couple of shots in on Sheamus in the corner. Moments later, Sheamus is back in control, beating Axel with power moves. Sheamus knocks Axel out to the floor. Sheamus goes out after him as we see Ryback looking on. Sheamus bashes Axel face-first into the announce table and then rolls him back in the ring. Axel finally gets back in control of the offense after throwing Sheamus shoulder-first into the ring post. As Axel continues his beat down of Sheamus, another loud "CM Punk" chant breaks out. Sheamus finally starts fighting back, pummeling Axel with punches in the corner. Sheamus goes for his White Noise move but Axel escapes it. Sheamus slams Axel down. Sheamus nails Axel with the Brogue Kick. 1-2-3. Sheamus wins. Winner: Sheamus Batista Coming Up Next We see Batista backstage making his way to the ring. As he gets closer to the entrance way, we head to a commercial break. Michael Cole informs us that the Royal Rumble winner will address the WWE Universe next. We head to another break. In-Ring Segment: Batista & Alberto Del Rio When we return from commercial, Batista's music hits and "The Animal" comes out and makes his way to the ring. The crowd seems to be giving him somewhat of a mixed reaction. WWE gave him an insane amount of pyro to try and ensure a pop for his entrance. It will be interesting to see how the crowd reactions once the music stops and he starts speaking. Michael Cole points out that Batista won the Royal Rumble and will main event this year's WrestleMania. When the music stops, the crowd starts boo'ing a bit. Alberto Del Rio's music quickly hits. Smart move. Bring out a dastardly heel before Batista even speaks. Gives the crowd less of a chance to crap all over Batista. As Del Rio begins to speak, the crowd erupts in "CM Punk" chants anyways. Batista says "look man, I don't have a problem with you." Del Rio talks about Batista sitting on his couch waiting for his movie agent to call him. He says while Batista was doing that, he was in WWE winning world titles. Del Rio gets in Batista's face in the ring and says Batista is afraid of him. He says he's going to hurt him. The "CM Punk" chants start up again. Batista laughs and cuts Del Rio off. He goes to tell Del Rio he has no problem with him again, but before he can finish his sentence, Del Rio hits him with a cheap shot. Del Rio puts the boo's to Batista as the crowd boo's. Batista finally gut-shots Del Rio, but as he goes to Batista Bomb him, Del Rio ducks out the back door and slides out of the ring. Batista takes off his shirt as he music hits. Dolph Ziggler, R-Truth & Xavier Woods vs. The Wyatt Family After the Batista segment ends, Dolph Ziggler's music hits. Ziggler comes out as we are informed that this will be a six-man tag-team match. Out next is R-Truth and Xavier Woods. Truth raps as the two make their way to the ring. Cole points out that these three men will take on The Wyatt Family when we return from the break. On that note, we head to a commercial. When we return from commercial, The Wyatt Family make their usual creepy entrance to the ring. The bell rings and our six-man tag-team match is officially underway. Erick Rowan and Xavier Woods start things off for their respective teams. Woods eventually gets the better of Rowan and tags in R-Truth. Woods and Truth double-team Rowan and then Truth picks up where Woods left off. Rowan tags in Bray Wyatt. Bray gets the better of Truth and then tags in Luke Harper. Harper beats up Truth as a loud "we want Ziggler" chant breaks out from the fans in Omaha. Truth finally explodes on Harper and both guys are down. The crowd rallies behind Truth. He finally makes the tag to Ziggler. Ziggler takes the hot tag and comes in flying all over the place. Ziggler does his ten-punch spot on Harper in the corner as the crowd counts along. Ziggler neckbreakers Harper down and then drops an elbow to the chest of the big man. Ziggler hits a bit DDT on Harper. Ziggler goes for the pin but Rowan comes in and breaks it up. Bray Wyatt comes in and lays out all of the babyfaces. When the smoke clears, Harper blasts Ziggler with his big clothesline. Harper tags in Wyatt. Bray comes in and picks up where Harper left off with Ziggler. Bray hits his Sister Abigail on Ziggler and that's all she wrote. The Wyatt Family wins. Winners: The Wyatt Family After The Match The Shield appears on the titan tron, much like The Wyatt Family did after their match earlier in the night. Dean Ambrose tells them that they're not afraid of them and that they don't live in his weird little world. Seth Rollins calls him dilusional. He says they can't hang with The Shield. Roman Reigns tells The Wyatt's to take a look around because they're standing in The Shield's playground. He says when the Elimination Chamber comes, The Wyatt Family's time is over. When The Shield are done, we see Bray laughing in the ring. He screams out loud that he welcomes this war. We head to another commercial. Naomi vs. Aksana When we return from commercial, a vignette for Alexander Rusev and Lana airs. They speak in Bulgarian, the same stuff we saw on SmackDown last week. After that, we see The Funkadactyls dancing on the ring apron as Michael Cole points out that Naomi is in Divas action next. AJ Lee's music plays and she dances her way to the ring, accompanied by Tamina Snuka. The bell rings and it's time for Divas singles action between Naomi and Aksana. Aksana stretches before the two lock up to get this one going. AJ Lee talks trash about Naomi and the other WWE Divas on commentary as Naomi beats up Aksana in the ring. Michael Cole keeps pointing out that Naomi has pinned AJ Lee twice recently. AJ keeps making excuses for her losses. Meanwhile, Aksana is finally getting some offense in. Naomi tries fighting back but Aksana cuts her comeback attempt short. We see Cameron cheering Naomi on from ringside as AJ calls her a glorified cheerleader. AJ jokingly asks the announce team how to download the WWE App. Naomi tries fighting back again but once again Aksana cuts her short. Naomi finally hits her finisher on Aksana out of nowhere. 1-2-3. Naomi wins. Winner: Naomi Daniel Bryan vs. Randy Orton We are told that Randy Orton vs. Daniel Bryan, tonight's main event, will be next after the break. On that note, we head to another commercial. When we return from commercial, Daniel Bryan's music hits. The crowd explodes and immediately start doing the "Yes!" chant as he runs to the ring. Randy Orton's music hits next and the WWE World Heavyweight Champion makes his way to the ring for tonight's RAW main event. As Orton enters the ring, Michael Cole takes us to another commercial break. When we return from commercial, Orton and Bryan get their match underway. The "Daniel Bryan" and "Yes" chants break out immediately as Bryan takes the early offensive lead in the match. At one point, some loud "CM Punk" chants broke out as well. Bryan worked over the arm of Orton for a bit, but Orton eventually gained the upper-hand of the match. As Orton beat up Bryan, the crowd again erupted in "Daniel Bryan" and "Yes" chants. Daniel Bryan starts fighting his way back into the match. Bryan is working over the leg of Orton now. As Bryan continues to attack Orton's leg, another loud "CM Punk" chant breaks out from the fans in Omaha. Orton finally fights his way back into the offensive lead of the match. The crowd boo's and starts chanting "No! No!" as Orton taunts them. Bryan cuts Orton's offensive run short, however, and continues to go to work on the leg of Orton. The fight spills out to the floor and Michael Cole ends up getting bumped as the two fought near the announce table. Lawler and JBL take over commentary and continue to ask if Cole is okay. Finally, Cole returns to the commentary and says he's ok. Bryan goes to work on Orton in the ring as a random "JBL" chant breaks out. Bryan locks Orton in the surf board and then stomps away on the leg of Orton that he's been working over throughout the match. The fight makes its' way out to the floor again. Orton throws Bryan into the barricade and now seems to be in control of the offense for the first time in a long while. Orton is selling his leg as the action returns to the ring. Back in the ring, Orton continues to go to work on Bryan, all-the-while selling his leg. The crowd tries cheering Bryan on with "Yes" chants, however Orton powerslams Bryan with a vengeance and continues his attack. We head to a mid-match commercial on that note. When we return from commercial, Bryan is blasting Orton with repeated "Yes!" kicks. Orton cuts Bryan's offensive momentum short, however, and dumps Bryan on his head. Bryan rolls out to the floor to recover. Bryan is selling his shoulder after that spot. Orton goes out after Bryan and rams him shoulder-first into the ring post. Orton picks him up and again rams him shoulder-first into the post. Orton throws Bryan into the ring steps. Orton throws Bryan back in the ring. As the action returns to the ring, Orton continues to focus his attack on the arm of Bryan. Orton starts doing his Ronnie Garvin stomps on the body of Bryan, again focusing mainly on Bryan's arm. A loud "Daniel Bryan" chant breaks out in Omaha as Orton continues to work over the arm of Bryan. Orton does his pose to taunt the fans as Bryan continues to sell his arm. Orton grabs Bryan's arm and yanks it over the top-rope as he drops to the floor outside the ring. Orton rolls back in the ring as the crowd begins another "Daniel Bryan" chant. Orton sits Bryan on the top rope. Orton goes for a superplex but Bryan fights his way out and headbutts Orton down to the mat. Bryan comes off the top rope with a big missile dropkick. As Bryan lands, Michael Cole points out that he hit his bad shoulder. Bryan stays down and sells his shoulder. Another "Daniel Bryan" chant breaks out as Bryan and Orton trade punches and kicks. Orton grabs Bryan and yanks his arm hard. Bryan gets Orton in the "Yes! Lock" out of nowhere, but Orton eventually makes it to the ropes to break the hold. Bryan continues to sell his arm as both guys make their way back to their feet. Bryan starts blasting Orton with "Yes!" kicks in the corner. Bryan hits Orton with a big dropkick in the corner. Bryan goes for another one, but Orton catches Bryan coming in with a big dropkick of his own. Orton hits Bryan with his draping DDT off the middle ropes. Orton drops down in his "Viper" pose. He goes for the RKO, but Bryan counters with a big kick. Bryan goes to the top rope. He comes flying off the top rope and nails Orton with his trademark flying headbutt. Bryan starts blasting Orton with "Yes!" kicks again as the crowd chants "Yes" along with each of them. Out of nowhere, Kane comes down to the ring. Kane hops on the apron and Bryan knocks him down. Orton is outside the ring next to Kane and Bryan does a big suicide dive through the ropes, splashing onto both guys. Bryan blasts Kane head-first into the ring steps. Back in the ring, Bryan avoids the RKO and counters with his running knee. 1-2-3. Bryan wins. Winner: Daniel Bryan After The Match Bryan's music plays and he leads the crowd in some "Yes!" chants, all-the-while still selling his right shoulder. Kane and Orton creep up on the apron and Bryan goes after Kane. Orton attacks Bryan from behind and now both Orton and Kane are stomping away at Bryan. Kane chokeslams Bryan down as the crowd boo's. Kane does his pose and the fire explodes out of the corners. Orton grabs his two belts and both guys stand tall over the fallen Bryan. RAW goes off-the-air on that note. 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WWE RAW Results – February 3, 2014

RAW Opener: Randy Orton & The Authority

This week’s show opens up with a shot of the live crowd in Omaha and Michael Cole welcoming us to RAW. After that, Randy Orton’s music hits and out walks the WWE World Heavyweight Champion to the ring to a chorus of boo’s. We shoot to the announce table during Orton’s entrance as Cole talks about Orton being in a bad mood due to his match at the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view.

Orton begins speaking and almost immediately a loud “CM Punk” chant breaks out. Orton raises his voice to try and drown it out. Orton complains about having to defend his title at the upcoming pay-per-view. Orton says despite people wanting him to lose, he’s going to win the Elimination Chamber and go on to beat the “jacked up freak” Batista. He says during the Evolution days, he and Batista were equals. He says now he’s simply better than him. Orton calls himself the greatest Superstar of this and every other generation. He says he’s the main attraction each week on RAW.

Triple H’s music hits and out comes “The Game” and Stephanie McMahon. As soon as Stephanie begins speaking, another loud “CM Punk” chant breaks out. Stephanie tells Orton he’s paranoid and not to bite the hand that feeds him. Triple H says Orton comes out week after week complaining about facing unfair odds. HHH says that doesn’t sound like words that should be coming out of the mouth of the “face of the WWE.” Triple H says maybe The Authority should consider putting their faith in someone else. As soon as he says that, a loud “Yes, Yes” chant breaks out. Stephanie says in the next several weeks, Orton will face his Elimination Chamber opponents in one-on-one matches. Stephanie talks about considering they may have to consider making Daniel Bryan the new face of WWE. The crowd erupts with “Yes” chants as Triple H does the hand-raising gesture that Bryan normally does. Bryan will compete against Orton tonight and if Bryan wins, The Authority claims they will consider him as the new face of the WWE.

The Shield vs. Rey Mysterio, Big E. Langston & Kofi Kingston

The Shield’s music hits and out comes all three members through the crowd. We see video highlights of the Wyatt Family costing The Shield their chance to quality for the Elimination Chamber on RAW last week. After that, highlights are shown from SmackDown of the segment with Roman Reigns getting in Triple H’s face and setting up The Shield vs. The Wyatt Family at the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view. We head to a commercial.

When we return from commercial, Rey Mysterio is making his entrance. Big E. Langston and Kofi Kingston are already in the ring. The bell rings and a six-man tag-team match begins. Langston and Dean Ambrose start things off for their respective teams. Langston gets the better of Ambrose and then tags in Kingston. Kingston picks up where Langston left off.

Ambrose tags Seth Rollins in and Kingston immediately goes to work on Rollins. The babyfaces are in firm control of this one thus far. Rollins gets Kingston in the heel corner and tags in Ambrose. The Shield seem to be taking over this match now. Ambrose tags in Roman Reigns and the crowd pops a bit as Reigns picks up where Ambrose left off with Kingston. Reigns beats Kingston up a bit and then tags Rollins back in the match. Rollins works over Kingston a bit and then tags Ambrose back in the match. The Shield are keeping Kingston in their half of the ring and utilizing quick tags to keep fresh guys on him.

Kingston finally makes a tag to Rey Mysterio. Mysterio tags the hot tag and is flying all over the place, beating Rollins from one side of the ring to the other. We are told that Roman Reigns is trending right now on Twitter. A “6-1-9” chant breaks out from the fans in Omaha. Mysterio ends up in the heel corner, where Reigns tags back in and now the bad guys are back in control. We head to a mid-match commercial on that note.

When we return from commercial, Reigns is dragging Mysterio to the heel corner. He slaps Mysterio in a rear-chin lock as we see footage, via the WWE App, of The Shield beating up Mysterio during the commercial break. Reigns tags in Ambrose and The Shield continue their beat down of Rey-Rey. Ambrose misses a spear on Mysterio in the corner and Mysterio finally makes the tag to Langston.

Langston takes the hot tag and is now throwing The Shield members around like rag dolls. Reigns ends up busted open during all of this. All six guys end up in the ring and there are bodies flying everywhere. Reigns ends up nailing Langston with the Superman punch. Ambrose tags himself in as Reigns was going for the spear. Ambrose steals the pin for his team.

Winners: The Shield

After The Match

Roman Reigns looks pissed at Ambrose. The two argue back-and-forth a bit while Rollins tries to calm the situation down. The Wyatt Family ends up appearing on the titan tron. Bray Wyatt cuts a promo. He says he has their blueprint stamped in his brain. He calls them pawns. Bray says The Shield’s moment is coming sooner than they think. Luke Harper ends up getting a speaking role. He says “he has always been your king.” He begins whistling as Erick Rowan leans in wearing the sheep mask. Rowan says “run.” We see Bray smiling as Harper continues whistling. And that’s about it. We head to another commercial break.

Daniel Bryan & The Seahawks

When we return from commercial, Michael Cole promotes the fact that the Seahawks did the “Yes” chant after winning the Super Bowl, as well as the Seahawks tweeting Daniel Bryan after their big victory.

Bad News Barrett & Jerry Lawler

We return live in the arena for a Bad News Barrett segment. He points out that the Super Bowl on Sunday was the most-watched show in U.S. history, but he’s afraid he’s got some bad news. He talks about people eating junk food during the game. As he laughs, Jerry Lawler jumps on the house mic. He says he’s afraid he’s got some bad news for him. Lawler says hopefully next week, Barrett won’t be around. Lawler’s music plays. That was it.

Christian vs. Jack Swagger

After a WWE App and WWE Network plug, Christian’s music hits. Christian makes his way to the ring as Michael Cole points out he qualified for the Elimination Chamber on SmackDown last week. We head to a commercial as Christian makes his way to the ring. When we return from commercial, Christian is in the ring, as is his opponent, Jack Swagger.

The bell rings and we have a rematch from last week. Antonio Cesaro and Zeb Colter are at ringside for this one. As soon as the bell rings, Swagger takes Christian down. He throws Christian into the corner and goes to work on him with punches. The announcers talk about possible jealously within The Real Americans due to Cesaro qualifying for the Elimination Chamber. Meanwhile, Christian knocks Swagger out to the floor.

Swagger ends up beating up Christian on the floor a bit before throwing him back in the ring. We see Colter talking to Cesaro outside the ring as Swagger continues to punish Christian inside the ring. Christian tries to fight his way back into the match, but Swagger cuts his attempt short and continues his beat down. A “let’s go Christian” chant breaks out as Swagger continues to dominate.

Swagger misses a big splash in the corner and now Christian is firing up on offense. Christian hits a big missile dropkick off the middle rope on Swagger. Christian goes for a big splash off the top rope, but Swagger catches him and reverses into his ankle lock. Christian escapes, looks for the Killswitch, but Swagger avoids it. Swagger goes for the Swagger Bomb but Christian avoids that. Christian rolls Swagger up. 1-2-3. Christian wins.

Winner: Christian

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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

  • Pay_Per_View

    UNDERTAKER RETIRING WAHHHHH?

    • Ralph from StateFarm

      When was this said ?

    • ibeBrave

      I hope that isnt true

  • tobi

    hahaha cm punk keep it going

  • Fantasma Del Guapo

    I’d like it if that Punk chant kicks up again once Batista shows his face.

  • tobi

    yeah and there not saying all that about d b to keep people from chanting for punk

  • Guest

    CM PUNK!

  • Mp

    Who won the tag team championship Rhodes brothers or new age outlaws in the steel cage match let me know is team Rhodes

    • tobi

      dude raw just started give it time lol

  • Fantasma Del Guapo

    …did they just tag out Reigns and jump to The Wyatts and commercials because he started to somehow bleed on the forehead? I thought I just saw blood there, anyone else noticed that?

    • Aperture

      I did. WWE has their wrestlers cover their blood. I don’t know why though. If kids see the blood, it will give them a warning not to perform the moves at home. I they see no blood, they will believe that nothing will happen. Especially when parents tell them that it is fake.

      I never wrestled until my cousins told me it was fake. At the age of 5, I was hitting my cousins in the face with steel chairs. People need to be careful how they show things to kids. I wish they brought blood back in most cases.

      • Cujo999

        The reason is Mattel, who does the WWE toys, does not want WWE showing blood if they can help it. Mattel was supposedly the same company that had Daniel Bryan canned for choking Justin Roberts with his tie. Mattel wants a more child-friendly WWE so more parents will buy the toys for their kids, and the toys are such a money maker for WWE, that they keep Mattel happy.

        • Aperture

          Well Mattel is stupid. We are talking about the company responsible for the Attitude Era and Ruthless Aggression Era. They should be a little more lenient with the product. Why doesn’t WWE switch to Hasbro?

          • Bodacious Bob

            Jakks Pacific made WWE toys for the Attitude and Ruthless eras. Mattel took over a few years ago.

  • scott

    A cage match in the first hour of Raw. How irrelevant has that match become?

  • Buzzard Follower

    you noticed how quiet the crowd got when the outlaws won

    • Fantasma Del Guapo

      Bullshit copout finish.

    • Vin

      that’s because it’s 2014.

  • scott

    What a boring Tag Title match

  • Jeremy-County Roberts

    Zach Ryder on raw?!?!? in a match. still a jobber, but on tv. Is this real life?

  • scott

    WHat the hell was that Miz segment about?

    • mark

      it didn’t see very scripted. The announcers didn’t even mention Miz after he was done. lol, Is he that pissed that he’s not getting used on Raw?

      • scott

        I don’t know man but hes not a loss at all I cant stand Miz he sucks in every aspect of wrestling. I would hope that was scripted but I hope those creative meetings they had on Thursday and Friday they weren’t like “oh we gotta bring back Miz to tv”

    • Cujo999

      Well, they just had a guy quit because he didn’t like his spot and how he was being used. So, what’s the natural thing to do? Give somebody a gimmick about how he doesn’t like his spot and how he’s being used. Miz is a pretty natural choice because he’s a guy Punk has buried in the past, and was PO’d about getting to headline WM, and Miz has got the mike skills to pull it off.

      • scott

        My whole issue is Miz can’t wrestle. I’d take a beaten down Punk over a fully healthy Miz anyday. I was happy when he was getting put off television finally and I’m glad Punk buried him before because he can’t wrestle and I don’t want to see him. Theres a reason many call him and Cena’s wrestlemania one of the worst Mania’s ever. Hes not a top dog to me. But ill see where this story is going I guess.

        • Cujo999

          The story seems to be aimed at getting heat from the CM Punk marks out there. I think 99% of Punk marks hate the Miz, so having Miz go out there with what basically amounts to Punk’s character in real life is just going to get more heat.

          • scott

            The thing is I’m not even a huge Punk fan honestly. haha I just don’t like Miz haha. But if that’s what they are going for then go for it I guess

    • Bushwald Sexyface

      They’re trying to play off of CM Punk quitting/showing his frustrations. Its why Dolph cut that promo and why they had Miz do that tonight.

      • scott

        Well I’m not thrilled that hes coming back to TV at all and I didn’t see a Ziggler promo?

  • fred

    that Miz segment seemed really weird. Almost like he was shooting.

  • scott

    I don’t know if its the point but Emma just completely embarrassed herself tonight

    • Aperture

      They probably buried Emma before she got to wrestle.

      • scott

        I mean what was that? I hated the idea of her holding a sign and dancing or whatever that was supposed to be but don’t embarrass her like that out there. That made Summer Rae and Emma look foolish

        • Aperture

          She should have debuted and wrestled. You know, the right way.

          WWE Logic is not the best logic.

          • scott

            I mean I just don’t get it man. Its like they have just flat out lost their minds on creative. Nobody cares about dancing this is wrestling. I don’t care what the gimmick is Fandango has run dry anyways I don’t even know why hes still around. Honestly I just believe its to show off Summer Rae in those dresses(which I don’t mind) haha. But having her debut or debut’s holding a sign and dancing like a clown is just pathetic

          • Aperture

            Emma is one of the best female wrestlers that I have seen. She is like Trish and Paige is Lita. Emma looks stupid. WWE has lost any creativity that they had left. It is really sad.

            I wish I could work for WWE.

          • scott

            DUde I feel the same way honestly. I want to be a wrestler but I really feel the writers have been so bad over the past year and a half that I could and would do that job so much better. Its a joke. They have title belts not being used. A bunch of storylines that don’t finish and some that do end up being stupid. The entire divas division is a joke to me but at least they finally have the best one in my opinion about to fight for the title against AJ. But yea I hope she is good we need a cute girl that can actually get down. Wrestling isn’t what it once was but this product is just bad lately

          • Aperture

            Amen. They lessen every championship they have besides the WWE Heavyweight championship. The divas are a joke. I will explain more in my podcast coming up soon.

            If you want, you can be a guest every once and a while.

          • scott

            That’s cool man. How do I do that? haha. Yea the divas are a joke. Even JBL mentioned tonight that you cant be considered a great champion if you don’t defend the title at all. Hes was referencing Ambrose. Its literally the only belt that matters is the big one. Everyone else is jobbing the entire 3 hour show. I mean you can say the tag titles but if they gave them to the New Age Outlaws that honestly shows everyone how much faith they have in their tag teams they have in WWE today. Kind of sad honestly. I thought that the real Americans would have been one of the best tag teams for a while but its shaping up that theyre about to break up and focus on Cesaro single competition. But dude that be cool to be on a podcast.

          • Aperture

            I will give you the details on the 10th of this month. I will do my premiere of the podcast on the 13th. It will be awesome.

          • scott

            iight dude thanks

          • bambam

            i think you and aperture should date. I can smell the bromance in the air

      • G.I.R.L.

        Was thinking the same thing. :-( Maybe Paige is safer down on NXT.

        • Cujo999

          Wasn’t being silly and stupid and dancing badly Emma’s gimmick down in NXT to begin with? Her intro feud is probably going to be her and Santino against Fandango and Summer Rae. If Emma’s a comic relief character, doesn’t it kind of make sense to pair her up with another comic relief character?

        • Aperture

          I was wondering if you would like to be apart of the SEScoops wrestling podcast that I am starting up? If you are interested, I can give you the details by tomorrow.

          • G.I.R.L.

            I’ll consider it. Sounds fun.

          • Aperture

            Alright, keep me updated.

          • Bushwald Sexyface

            Where are you going to host the podcasts? Your own server? A rented one?

          • Aperture

            A rented one for now. My own server would be too complex and expensive.

      • Marvin B.

        Ha yeah knowing wwe they did, also I felt embarrassed watching it alone tbh & where would I be able to listen to the podcast bruh?

  • Donny Octave

    I think we’re gonna see The Real Americans get broken up. Think about it, here’s Cesaro who all of a sudden is winning all these matches (ex: winning a EC match qualifier) and Swagger takes the losing fall. This is leading up to Cesaro and possibly Zeb turning on Swagger and leaving him to rot in the under-card.

  • Aperture

    Breaking News: Royal Rumble script.

    • Ninjastar

      another script leaked online?

      • Aperture

        Yep, here was the first one.

        • bambam

          Brodus Clay new Gimmick???

          • Aperture

            Beartista…

      • bambam

        This was the letter that the Miz left tonight after he interrupted the Ryder vs Titus match lol!!! It is true, he does stink lol!!!!!

  • scott

    That wasn’t Orton and Bryans best outing that’s for sure. But it was still the best match of the night cause Raw was terrible. But I really thought for a second that CM Punk was gonna come out when Kane interrupted but I guess I’m dreaming

    • Ralph from StateFarm

      I thought that once Kane’s flames didn’t go off on time

  • Donny Octave

    Well, looks like we could be going back to Bryan laying on his back to end every show again… please WWE don’t do this $hit again…

    • BOOCH

      So what, he won the match.

      • Donny Octave

        Still, im pretty sure i speak for quite a few people when i say that i’d rather NOT see Bryan laid out, with the bad guys standing over top of him to end the show triumphant, regardless if he won the match or not. And these days, WWE doesn’t seem to care who wins the matches…

  • lazarus87

    New Age Outlaws best ever! CM Punk suck it!

  • https://twitter.com/bushysowavvey Triple X

    Raw was terrible.

    • scott

      Raw was awful that’s the truth.

  • Noah

    Bad News Barrett is a waste of time.He’s always sucked.WWE should get his butt out of there.I changed the channel when he came on.Same with some of the other matches.Didn’t pay attention to the main event.Didn’t care for the main event.I hope Batista destroy’s Alberto Del Boring.

    • Scott Jones

      ALLBERRRRRRTOOOO DELLLLLLLLLL BOOOOOORINGGG!
      Atleast hes not as bad as CryBack

      • Noah

        Yeah Ryback is a joke now.

  • Scott Jones

    NOTES FROM TONIGHT
    They were EJECTING people from the arena for chanting for CM Punk…Isnt that a violation of freedom of speech?
    JBL made a superbowl reference talking about Randy Orton walking to a buzz saw with Daniel Bryan..
    And did anyone notice the Miz? Was that a work or is he really mad? My gut tells me hes gonna be the next to quit

  • JustAFan

    Man it is HORRIBLE how they use Ziggler like it makes no sense he came in had a great pop from the crowd people gave him a standing ovation when he came (obviously they saw him on the WWE app) and he came him and gave a great spot in the match I mean I hope this was just something they wrote in before the app but seriously though they could have switched him with Santino or someone the guy just deserve’s better and I see him leaving as well and when he does I’m out cause they’re just using talent wrong PERIOD

    • Scott Jones

      Ive been saying the same thing…they push him then kill him just as fast…hes the best seller in the INDUSTRY…im a hardcore CM Punk fan and would love to see them two feud

  • Scott Jones

    Its BS that fans are getting kicked out for chanting CM Punk…
    if it wasn’t for us….THE FANS the WWE wouldn’t be what it is today…
    its pointless to buy tickets if they just toss you out like Zigglers WHC reign…We the fans are the ones who are going to have to take matters into our own hands stand up and say enough is enough..let our voices be heard WWE…you do alot of things that us fans hate but we keep coming back..
    Ive been a fan for 27 years and im SICKENED by this crap

  • Noah

    I don’t know if this will happen but who knows.I can see CM Punk coming back as a heel being jealous of Daniel Bryan and if WM 30 will be Daniel Bryan vs Batista vs Randy Orton for the title,CM Punk screws Daniel Bryan.Anything can happen in the WWE.But I doubt it.

    • Scott Jones

      Punk has always been better as a heel in my opinion

      • Noah

        I agree.

  • Buzzard Follower

    the sign of the night

    • Jeremy-County Roberts

      winning. pure freakin win. Eat shhhhittt WWE.

    • Ninjastar

      i love the people who when making signs , they start off with BIG letters then notice that they’re running out of space and the letters get smaller at the end to fit it all in,

    • A Realist

      So, rumor has it that WWE was kicking people out of the arena for starting CM Punk chants, and taking signs, etc. They’ve also been taking him out of video packages, the signature during the intro, etc.

      If the man merely left the company, why on God’s green Earth are they treating him like Chris Benoit? Is he going to be blacked out in upcoming features?

      Jesus H….WWE has some seriously petty issues.

      • Buzzard Follower

        the arena thing was false there only removing him from current products since as hes no longer a superstar why promote him. hes not getting the benoit treatment yet but it does look it

  • Ninjastar

    does sescoops have an app so i can read this stuff on my phone?

    • Buzzard Follower

      maybe but i can show you how to download the wwe app

      • Ninjastar

        LOL!! dont you gotta be 12 and under to download it though ? if i down load it, then wwe will say next week they hit 15million downloads on their app, which would be false , because they dont know how to count, as they only get like 3 -4 million viewers a week to watch raw , which means they only have 3-4 million fans , so i truly believe wwe is making up the 10million downloads for that app . why isnt it 10,543,453 down loads , why they gotta say 10million right on , wasnt it 10million like 4-5 weeks ago also ?

  • syn kara

    The crowd was DEAD for Emma’s “Look at me, I’m retarded” dance. Its a miracle that they didn’t swerve and give Summer the win.

  • Noah

    At WM 30 I’d like to see Roman Reigns vs Triple H.If Reigns is going to get a big push,Why not have him start his push at WM 30 beating Triple H?.If of course Triple H would agree to lose to Reigns.Always been a fan of Triple H but I’d like to see Reigns beat him.If it happens.HUGE fan of Roman Reigns.

  • syn kara

    Punk could almost renew TNA Impact all by himself. If he was to suddenly show up there the week after Elimination Chamber, he could probably bring in a million viewers in the blink of an eye. And what if Zack Ryder followed a few weeks later ? WWE would still win the fanbase over with Sting, but just like WCW in 1995, all it takes is a couple of big names to change things up.

  • Buzzard Follower

    for attacking batista

  • Vin

    What the hell was that dance Emma was doing? That goofy shiit was cringe worthy. And then they boo the hotness that is Summer Rae after seeing Emma’s dance?! If they were in a major metro city everybody would have booed her out of the building.
    And Aksana is so wasted… she’s too hot to be on the backburner. I’m glad they’re pushing Naomi though. Enough is enough with AJ Lee.. She’s gone from exciting to dull and just plain boring! Her commentary is also dull because she does absolutely nothing. They have to shred those scripts that say “talk about how great you are, and how everbody else sucks”. STALE! I never thought I’d see a more boring diva than Natalya, but AJ Lee is getting there fast.
    And YES! Finally Titus O’Neal is on his own. I’m sick of Darren Young holding him back, uncharismatic as hell. Now I don’t have to watch that bird wing flapping crap he does in his intro. Good riddance. Watch him get released now btw… because he’s got nothing without PTP.

    • scott

      Naomi is by far the best DIva on the main roster she deserves that belt.

  • Stephanie’s secret lover

    Raw was decent. Really tired of Christian vs Swagger, going back to multiple 2009 PPVs and tv matches. I hope the Daniel fans were finally happy to see him do his usual routine and pick up a clean win in a PPV-length match.

    Didn’t Kofi get a clean win over The Wiper ? Where was his title match that he earned by winning a non-title match ? Daniel vs Kofi this summer ? They had a short match a few years ago – you know, back when Daniel had a beard, and the World title, and the same moves, but somehow didn’t get cheered as much.

    I also notice that Cena has another title match coming up, but after Punk lost to Rock, he hasn’t had a title match since. I wouldn’t be surprised if the Chamber match comes down to Randy and Daniel, and then at the last minute, Punk shows up, does the knee/bulldog to Randy, and then “out of nowhere!” hits the GTS to Daniel.

    + Daniel uses the brain damaging top rope Benoit headbutt. His Bella twin better be careful ! (insert evil laugh here) …

  • Buzzard Follower

    i know the wwe app sucks but sometimes there is little gems like a bella interview were daniel bryan comes in with a seahawks swaetshirt goes YES YES YES picks up brie (wearing a russel wilson jersey) and runs away. man daniel bryan is awesome

    • Bodacious Bob

      The WWE app is actually better than most the crap they have on tv. It’s kinda sad. The recent Ziggler promo is good stuff.

      • Buzzard Follower

        my biggest problem was that it never worked for me i did enjoy it when it worked which was not very often. refreshed itself every 2 seconds whether you want it to or not

  • Bodacious Bob

    Ejecting people for chanting CM Punk. Talk about BE A STAR lol

  • Eskylee

    Could somebody tell me what the whole run in with Kane was about at the end? Last I saw Kane wasn’t suppose to be beating up on WWE talent orders of the authority. What’s the deal?

    • Donny Octave

      I know, right… Oh, i know, this is gonna lead up to him getting fired, then he’ll start popping up in the crowds, and then, he’ll get a title match! Sound familiar..?

  • Only God Says YES!

    idk if anyone else thought so but Daniel vs Orton was a exceptional match. Its one of their better matches. It had the old school style where you target a body part while adding that Daniel Bryan flare. However, why was Daniel targeting the leg when his submission targets the neck/back area? who knows

  • vitheiya priya.sr

    where is my cena today.is he did’nt come to raw.where are you baby(cena)

  • https://twitter.com/THEREALBIGMAC THEREALBIGMAC

    Hate how Barrett Has been Buried ever since coming back from Injury last year…The guy should have been WHC a long time ago.

  • satishwarne708

    I’m not sure how it happens but every time Randal fights with Bryan we see a whole different side of him as a heel who does everything he can to beat the good guy!He does tell a good story as an antagonist when ever he faces Bryan.May be its due fact Bryan is the most over guy after the AA.Orton never shows this side when facing any one else!Awesome main event.

  • Shockmaster

    Well, that Batista return isn’t going as well as they planned. It seems WWE is lost with what to do now. The only thing that makes sense is Bryan vs Orton and The Wyatt Family vs The Shield. But I thought Wyatt was supposed to fight Cena? And who is Lesner supposed to fight now? And I used to like the New Age Outlaws, but why are they back out of the blue and the new tag champs? Why break up the Prime Time Players? Why aren’t they having guys like Ziggler, Kingston, Cesaro, and even Fandango going after the US and Intercontinental titles? Heck, put Barrett in the mix, too, instead of this terrible gimmick he is doing now. Those two titles have been forgotten about. WWE just seems to be wondering around right now and not sure of what direction to take. The whole CM Punk thing seems to have thrown everything into helter skelter.

  • Vincent Kennedy McMahon

    Why does Cole, Lawler and JBL make fun of Billy Gunn when he’s about to speak on the mic. Is there something I’ve missed.

  • Forceton Banfodder

    Did anyone else catch WWE show their hand with that poorly timed disgruntled Miz interruption?

  • rashad jackson

    ziggler said on the app. he gets heat from opening his mouth backstage so i guess that app interview was seen and now he is punished by that match yesterday…

  • The One, The Only, The Ellis!

    WWE was actually watchable without CM Funk!!!!! STOP DISAGREEING WITH MY OPINIONS, FRENCH MIDGETS!!!!!!!!