The Authority's Farewell To The "Yes!" Movement, Batista, Randy Orton As we head to another commercial, we see Triple H and Stephanie McMahon backstage making their way to the ring. When we return from commercial, Triple H's "King of Kings" theme hits and out he comes with his lovely wife Stephanie. The power couple enters the ring, both with mics in hand, and the boo's start pouring out from the fans in Washington, D.C. Stephanie talks about how Triple H is going to destroy Daniel Bryan at WrestleMania. HHH says he's not even sure how much they're going to care. He says this generation has no loyalty. He says they just wanna be part of something. They don't wanna do anything, because that might require effort, they just want to feel a part of something. He says one year ago at this time there was a big thing, and they both mock Fandango and the big "Fandango'ing" craze. The fans drown out Triple H with a "CM Punk" chant as he talks about the fans throwing away Fandango. Stephanie asks who wants to see Bryan tonight. The fans all chant "Yes!" She says Triple H was right, even they could get them to chant it. She says they can chant all they want, however, because Daniel Bryan isn't going to be here tonight. She says because that's what's best for business. HHH says Bryan and the "Yes!" movement is just a myth. He says he's not an A+ player. He says they can chant "Yes!" all they want, but it doesn't make it true. HHH says it's the same as people who think he has all the power and success because he married well. He says he has the power because of his dominance in the ring. HHH continues to talk as the fans break out into a loud "boring" chant. He introduces a video package. The video package, narrated by Stephanie McMahon, highlights what they were referring to as some "flavors of the month" that HHH went through. Among them were Booker T's spinarooni, Scott Steiner posing, RVD's thumbs, Jeff Hardy's death defying acts, Goldberg's "what's next," Chris Jericho's "RAW is Jericho," Mick Foley's cheap pops, Kurt Angle's "it's true." None of it mattered because in the end, the only thing that lasts is "The Game." After the video package, Triple H says it's not that any of those guys aren't great. He says they were all just players in the game though, and he is "The Game." He says he's "The Game" now more than ever. He says since everyone has cried about it, not only is he going to beat Daniel Bryan and the "Yes!" movement, but he's going to step in the ring with Randy Orton and Batista and show the world that he is the most powerful man in WWE. He says he'll walk out of WrestleMania as the C.O.O. of this company and as the WWE World Heavyweight Champion. As he turns to leave, Batista's music hits. Out comes "The Animal" in another ridiculous outfit. A t-shirt covered with a Georgetown basketball jersey, skinny jeans, Lugz boots and a goofy ass beret-type hat. Gotta love his dress style. Batista enters the ring and grabs a mic. The fans boo the crap out of him as usual. Some fans actually chant his name. Batista says he loves this whole "say goodbye to the yes movement" thing, he calls it really cute. He says he couldn't help but notice he wasn't in Triple H's video. He says that's because Triple H has never beaten him. HHH says he's said that plenty of times now, almost like it's all he can think of. Batista says HHH is the brains of this operation, his wife is the brawn. The fans "oooh" and "ahhh." Randy Orton's music hits. Orton comes out and tells Steph to wait a minute. He says if she's about to slap Batista again can she wait so he can get into the ring and have a front row seat. He says on second thought, save the beating for Batista to him when he faces him in the ring later tonight. Orton says he's not thrilled about a triple-threat match at WrestleMania, but he understands that it's what's best for business. He says he knows HHH is going to beat Bryan and it would be an honor to defend his titles against him, but he asks HHH to reconsider being in the match. HHH says no amount of ass kicking is going to get him out of this. He says he's going to lose his titles at WrestleMania, unless he becomes The Viper again. He says he's not even sure if he could beat that guy. He says the Orton-Batista match tonight is now no disqualification. HHH's music hits and he and Stephanie walk off. Orton and Batista look at each other, and Batista smirks. We head to commercial. The Usos & Los Matadores vs. The Real Americans & Ryback and Curtis Axel When we return from commercial, The Usos and Los Matadores are shown in the ring. On the other side of the ring, we see The Real Americans and the team of Ryback and Curtis Axel. It's time for some eight-man tag-team action. The bell rings and Ryback and Uso start things off for their respective teams. Michael Cole points out on commentary that these four teams will compete in the first match at WrestleMania XXX this Sunday, as the WWE Tag-Team Championships will be on the line during the WrestleMania pre-show on the WWE Network. Ryback backs Jimmy into the corner and makes a clean break. They lock up again and Ryback again backs him into the corner then shoves him. Jimmy fights back with a few chops. Ryback catches Jimmy on his shoulders but Jimmy fights out and hits another chop. Ryback comes back with a knee to the gut but eats a few arm drags by Jimmy. Jimmy tags in Jey Uso. Ryback hits the ropes and The Usos his a double kick to the gut. Jey covers for a one count. Ryback connects with a kick to the gut and tags in Axel. Axel charges and eats a big right hand by Jey Uso. Jey hits a chop and tags in Diego. Diego connects with a forearm and tags in Fernando. Fernando hits an arm drag and tags Jimmy Uso back in. Jimmy hits a big double ax handle to the chest of Axel and tags in Fernando. Fernando hits a shot to the gut and tags in Diego. Diego hits a big drop kick and pins for a two count. Jey Uso now tags in and connects with a shot to the gut. Axel fights back with a big right hand and tags in Cesaro. Cesaro hits a few big uppercuts, but eats a big right hand by Jey. Cesaro fights back and hits another uppercut. Swagger now tags in. Swagger lands some stomps and tosses Jey face first into the corner. He then whips him hard into the adjacent corner. Jey fights back to his feet and hits a DDT. He knocks Cesaro and Axel off the apron then low bridges Ryback. Fernando dives to the outside onto Cesaro. Jimmy flies over the top onto Ryback. Jey now tags in and goes up top. Swagger throws Uso to the floor. On that note, we head to a mid-match commercial. When we return from commercial, we see Uso and Cesaro battling in the ring. Cesaro hits a standing drop kick and covers for a two count. Jey fights back to his feet and hits a back elbow. Jey comes off the middle rope but Cesaro catches him and hits a back breaker for a close two count. Cesaro lifts Jey up and hits a suplex for a two count. Swagger now tags in. Jey gets tossed into the corner and gets hit by Swagger and Cesaro. Swagger covers for a two count. Ryback tags in and locks in a rear chin lock on Jey Uso. Jey fights back to his feet, and hits a bulldog to get separation. Ryback gets to Axel and Axel cuts off Jey. Jey gets to Jimmy for the tag. Jimmy is on fire and hits a big back elbow to Axel. Jimmy connects with a big samoan drop. Jimmy charges and hits the butt splash in the corner. He covers but Ryback breaks up the count and eats a superkick for his troubles. Axel rolls up Jimmy for behind for a two count. Swagger tags in and hits a big boot to the face. Diego breaks up the count then hits a flipping splash on the outside to Cesaro. Swagger goes for the Swagger bomb, but lands and eats a kick to the head by Jimmy. Fernando flies off the top but Swagger catches him and locks in The Patriot lock. Uso comes in and gets slammed by Swagger. After that, the Los Matadores pull the ole' "switch-a-roo." Swagger goes to grab him, but he rolls him up. 1-2-3. Los Matadores and The Usos get the win. After the match, we head to commercial. Winners: The Usos & Los Matadores Fandango & Damien Sandow vs. Goldust & Cody Rhodes When we return from commercial, Fandango is in the middle of his entrance. We see Summer Rae doing a split in front of him as he does the Fandango pose. Already in the ring is Damien Sandow, who is Fandango's tag-partner, and their opponents, Goldust and Cody Rhodes. Rhodes and Sandow start things off for their respective teams. Sandow whips Cody hard into the corner, but Cody hits a back elbow and goes up top, but Sandow bails out of the ring. Sandow now tags in Fandango. Fandango eats a big hip toss by Fandango. Fandango whips Cody hard chest first into the corner. Sandow now tags back in. Sandow lands a shot to the gut and a headbutt followed by some stomps to a fallen Cody. Cody and Sandow are now on the outside. Sandow tosses Cody face first off the apron and rolls him back in the ring. Sandow covers for a one count. Fandango now tags back in. Fandango hits a suplex and covers for a two count. Fandango tosses Cody face first into the corner and tags in Sandow. Sandow lands a kick to the gut and drops a knee to the face of Cody for a two count. Sandow locks in a rear chin lock. Cody fights back to his feet with right hands. Cody tries to make a tag but Sandow hits a drop toe hold to stop him. Cody fights Sandow off and tags in Goldust. Goldust hits some clothesline and hits hits uppercut. Goldust hits a spinbuster and connects with a big atomic drop to Fandango. Fandango gets tossed to the outside. Goldust connects with a powerslam and covers but it's broken up by Fandango. The finish comes when Goldust nails Sandow out of the blue with his "Final Cut" finisher. 1-2-3. The Rhodes Brothers get the "W." After the match, we head to commercial. Winners: Goldust & Cody Rhodes Backstage Segment: The Shield When we return from commercial, Michael Cole introduces a video package that highlights the history of The Shield feud with Kane and The New Age Outlaws. After the video package, we are reminded once again that we can vote on the WWE App to decide which member of The Shield will face Kane tonight. Backstage, we see all three members of The Shield. Seth Rollins says he almost feels bad for Kane. He says it doesn't matter who wins the App vote, Kane's in a bad way. Dean Ambrose says the important thing to remember is that they didn't disrespect them, they disrespected us. Roman Reigns says The Shield is not to be messed with. Believe that. And believe in The Shield. Bray Wyatt vs. R-Truth The Wyatt Family cut-in happens. We see Bray Wyatt with his latern. "Washington, D.C. ...we're here." The crowd pops and The Wyatt Family makes their way to the ring. Michael Cole says Bray Wyatt is in action live, next on Monday Night RAW. We head to another commercial. When we return from commercial, R-Truth is already standing in the ring. Erick Rowan and Luke Harper are in Wyatt's corner, and Xavier Woods is in Truth's. Wyatt goes to work as soon as the bell sounds. Wyatt is dominating Truth here in the early goings. Truth gets in a little bit of offense, including a big spinning kick, but seconds later, Wyatt launches his own body into Truth's and nearly rips him in half. Wyatt taunts John Cena a bit as he continues to punish Truth. Truth tries to fight back with some punches, but Wyatt headbutts him and throws him out to the floor. The other Wyatt Family members beat him up a bit and throw him back in the ring. Back in the ring, Wyatt stomps away at a grounded Truth. Wyatt hits a big spinning-chest-breaker type of move, slamming Truth's chest across his own knee. Wyatt picks Truth up, hits him with his Sister Abigail finisher, and that's all she wrote. Winner: Bray Wyatt After The Match: John Cena Plays Mind Games After the match, Xavier Woods comes to check on his friend, but all three members of The Wyatt Family beat him down. Wyatt yells out "this is not the beginning, this is the end." He kneels down, the lights dim, and they pose. From behind, we see another guy in a sheep mask and blue cover-alls standing behind the three Wyatt Family members. He tilts his head in the sheep mask side to side, takes the mask off, and we see it's John Cena. The lights come back on and Cena attacks The Wyatt Family. They scurry out of the ring and retreat up the ramp. Wyatt sits on the ramp singing "he's got the whole world in his hands" as Cena's music plays and he poses in the ring. We head to a commercial. LumberJill Match AJ Lee vs. Naomi When we return from commercial, we see a video package highlighting Vickie Guerrero announcing the Diva Invitational for WrestleMania XXX. After that, we shoot to the ring, where AJ Lee's music is playing. She's already in the ring, as is her opponent, Naomi. There are a bunch of Divas outside the ring, as this is apparently a Lumber Jill match. The "CM Punk" chants begin as soon as the bell rings. AJ is thrown to the floor early, and the Divas quickly throw her back in. AJ gets the better of Naomi and throws her to the outside of the ring. None of the Divas do anything. AJ throws a fit and goes out to get her for herself. She rolls Naomi back in the ring and then the Divas attack AJ and throw her back in. Back in the ring, Naomi lands some kicks on AJ but AJ blasts Naomi with a big kick to the face to slow her down. Naomi finally slows AJ down and lands a big dropkick. And another. She goes for a pin but only gets a two count. Naomi kicks AJ to the floor. The Divas all go to gang up on AJ, but Tamina stands in front of her to defend her. All of the Divas attack Tamina and then get to AJ. They beat up AJ and throw her back in the ring. Naomi blasts AJ and pins her. 1-2-3. Naomi wins. We head to a commercial after the match. Winner: Naomi Renee Young Interviews John Cena When we return from commercial, Renee Young is backstage with John Cena. Cena, without the sheep mask, mentions desperate times call for desperate measures. He says Bray has said a lot of things. He says he's going to turn John Cena into a monster. He tells Bray to be careful for what he wishes for. He promises this Sunday we will see John Cena and John Cena will be a monster. He says being a monster for a day will secure a legacy for a lifetime. He says he is afraid but the best thing about fear is that you get to face it. RAW Panel With Bad News Barrett We head up to the RAW panel, which this week consists of Josh Mathews, Alex Riley, Booker T and Bad News Barrett. They talk about the John Cena-Bray Wyatt match at this Sunday's WrestleMania XXX. Barrett says he has some bad news for John Cena. He says it's 3-on-1 and even though two of those three are on the outside of the ring, they will make all the difference in the world and Cena will lose. Roman Reigns vs. Kane After that, they air a video package showing what Brock Lesnar did to The Undertaker earlier in the evening. Then, we shoot to Jerry Lawler in the ring. He has the results of the WWE App poll. The member of The Shield that the WWE Universe voted to face Kane tonight is Roman Reigns, who garnered 80 percent of the vote. The Shield's music hits and Reigns makes his way through the crowd alone. We head to a commercial. When we return from commercial, The Shield's music is still playing and Reigns is standing in the ring waiting. The pyro explodes and "Corporate" Kane makes his way to the ring. The bell rings and Kane backs Reigns into a corner. Reigns circles out and lights him up with punches. Kane ends up dropping Reigns and puts the boots to him. Kane drops Reigns with a back-elbow off the ropes and nails him with a clothesline in the corner. He side-slams him and calls for the chokeslam. Reigns gets up and Kane grabs him by the throat. Reigns muscles Kane's grip off of his throat and fires up on offense. Reigns flies all over the ring, knocking Kane down repeatedly. Reigns hits his flying boot-to-the-face from the ground to the apron. Back in the ring, Reigns is waiting for Kane to get up for the spear. He turns to see The New Age Outlaws making their way down the ramp. Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins jump them from behind and beat them down. Reigns spears Kane. Ambrose and Rollins enter the ring. All three members of The Shield stomp away at Kane and the ref calls for the bell. Winner via DQ: Kane After The Match They go to hit the triple-powerbomb on Kane, but The New Age Outlaws hit the ring. The Shield knock The Outlaws out of the ring. They go for the triple powerbomb again, but The New Age Outlaws save Kane by pulling him out of the ring. The Shield's music plays and we get a staredown. We head to another commercial. Special WrestleMania XXX Edition Of "Piper's Pit" When we return from commercial, already in the ring is "Rowdy" Roddy Piper. He talks about how it's WrestleMania season. He says 29 years ago today, he had the honor to be in the main event of the first WrestleMania ever. He says there's one man who helped make WrestleMania what it is today. He says that man is Andre The Giant. He says this Sunday there will be 30 Superstars in the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal for the chance to make their WrestleMania moment. As he continues to talk, The Miz's music hits and cuts him off. The two say "really?" back-and-forth to each other. He says unlike Andre The Giant, he's actually won the main event of WrestleMania. Sheamus cuts them off and comes out to the ring. Sheamus puts down The Miz and puts over Roddy Piper. He says he's going to win the Andre Battle Royal. Next to interupt everyone is Titus O'Neil. O'Neil talks about how he's going to win the Andre Battle Royal. Piper flips out everytime someone interupts him. Out next is Dolph Ziggler. Ziggler says he's going to steal the spotlight this Sunday. Piper pokes Miz in the eyes and Sheamus grabs him. All four guys start battling it out. The rest of the entrants in the battle royal hit the ring and everyone brawls. In the end, Big Show finally comes down and cleans house. We head to another commercial break. No Disqualification Match - Batista vs. Randy Orton When we return from commercial, Batista's music hits and out walks "The Animal." Out next is his opponent tonight, and one of his opponents at WrestleMania XXX this Sunday on pay-per-view, the current WWE World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton. Orton drapes both titles across his shoulders as he arrogantly makes his way to the ring for this No-DQ match. Before the bell rings, "The King Of Kings" theme hits and out walks The Authority -- Triple H and Stephanie McMahon. The two join Michael Cole, Jerry Lawler and JBL on commentary for tonight's RAW main event. The bell rings and our no disqualification main event is officially underway. The fight quickly spills out to the floor and Orton gains the upper-hand over "The Animal." Orton continues to beat Batista outside the ring for a while. He whips him back-first into the barricade. Orton clotheslines Batista over the barricade. Batista comes back over with a chair and blasts Orton across the back. And again. He goes for a third shot but Orton avoids it. Orton slams Batista's head into the announce table. Orton slams Batista into the barricade again. Triple H on commentary says he likes seeing this "Viper" side of Orton again. Orton nails Batista with a chair as Triple H says, "I'm betting Batista wishes he was on a Hollywood set right about now." "The Animal" rolls back in the ring, as does Orton, with a chair, but Batista catches him coming in with a big punch. The fight spills out to the floor again and Batista gets the upper hand. They're near the announce table now where Triple H tells Batista, "that's it Dave, show me the Animal." Batista says, "You wanna see The Animal?" and then slams Orton back-first into the ring apron. Cole keeps questioning HHH why he would want to push these guys knowing he's got to step into the ring with them this Sunday. Stephanie laughs and says she thoughts Cole was smarter than that. Back in the ring, Batista nails Orton with a big spinebuster. Batista calls for the Batista-Bomb. He goes for it, but Orton reverses it into a backbreaker. Orton nails Batista with his draping-DDT off the middle ropes. He taunts the fans. Out of nowhere, we hear some comotion on commentary. The camera shoots over and we see Daniel Bryan attacking Triple H at the announce table. Orton goes to make the save and Bryan lights him up as well. Eventually the numbers game is too much for him and Orton slams Bryan into the ring steps. The fans break out into a big "Daniel Bryan" chant as Orton throws Bryan into the ring. Orton goes back in the ring, only to get blasted by a spear from Batista. Now Bryan is back up and he nails Batista with a big kick to the head. He follows that up with his Running Knee. Bryan dives onto Triple H on the floor. Bryan is like a bat out of hell now, going berzerker mode on HHH on the floor as the crowd goes ballistic. Bryan grabs a kendo stick and starts whacking the hell out of "The Game." The fans chant "Yes!" as the stick lands each time. HHH and Stephanie retreat up the aisle as Bryan stands tall on the top rope. He leads the fans in a giant "Yes!" chant. It's a pretty cool looking scene, as literally everyone in the building, at the same time, is doing the hands-up "Yes!" gesture, led by their man, and the guy who could become the next WWE World Heavyweight Champion this Sunday at WrestleMania XXX, Daniel Bryan. 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The Undertaker slowly makes his way to the ring as Michael Cole hypes his streak and match against Brock Lesnar this Sunday on commentary. Undertaker talks about 21 opponents trying, and 21 opponents failing to beat him at WrestleMania. He says Brock Lesnar is probably thinking how is he going to break the streak. He uses a sinking under water analogy to further point out how Lesnar will not break the streak this Sunday. He says many people believe in three things that can't be beat: death, taxes and "the streak." He goes to conclude his promo by informing Lesnar that he will "rest in peace," however Lesnar's music hits. Out walks Lesnar and Paul Heyman. Heyman says he means no disrespect. He says his client, however, does. Heyman says this isn't a match Lesnar has to win, it's a match Undertaker must not lose. The fans drown out Heyman with loud "CM Punk" chants. In most cases, over the past few weeks, the Punk chants died down quickly. This week? Not so much. At least not in this case. After 20 seconds or so, they finally die down. Heyman goes on to talk about how Lesnar will break Undertaker's undefeated streak at WrestleMania. Heyman says that's not a prediction, that's a spoiler. He throws down the mic. Heyman and Lesnar turn to leave, but Lesnar stops. He turns around. He and Heyman slowly walk towards the ring. Taker takes his big robe off. Lesnar stops. He turns and walks away again. He stops again. He turns and walks back to the ring again. He stops. He puts a big smile on his face and backs off once again. Well, gee-wiz. He turns around and starts walking to the ring again. This time he circles around the outside of the ring. Heyman throws a chair in the ring and Taker goes to grab him. Lesnar attacks Taker from behind. Lesnar knocks the "Dead Man" off his feet. Lesnar hoists Taker up and nails him with his F-5 finisher. Lesnar stands over Taker, looking down at him, raising his hands in victory. His music plays and he exits the ring. He and Heyman go to leave, but Lesnar again approaches the ring. He doesn't get back in the ring, instead he grabs the bottom rope from the floor, shakes it ala Ultimate Warrior, and lets out a trademark Lesnar screech/scream. We head to our first commercial break of the evening. Big E. vs. Alberto Del Rio When we return from commercial, WWE Intercontinental Champion Big E. makes his way to the ring. Out next is Alberto Del Rio. The bell rings and these two immediately go at it. When the smoke clears, Big E. is in control of the offense. Big E. spears Del Rio in the corner and then hoists him up with a body-press over his head, dropping him down in Ultimate Warrior style for a near fall. Big E. goes for another spear in the corner, but this time Del Rio moves and the I-C champ blasts the ring post shoulder-first. Del Rio pulls Big E.'s arms outside the ring, places them on the ring steps and stomps on them. On that note, we head to a mid-match commercial. When we return from commercial, Del Rio is working over the arm of Big E. in the middle of the ring. Del Rio ends up applying a version of his Cross Armbreaker on Big E. through the ropes. Del Rio goes to fly onto Big E., but the I-C champ catches him coming off the top and slams him down to the mat. Big E. is making his big comeback now as he nails Del Rio with a belly-to-belly suplex. He goes to follow it up with a big splash, however Del Rio gets his knees up. Del Rio calls for a superkick, but Big E. avoids it. Big E. simply throws Del Rio up in the air and lets him crash down face-first. Big E. goes for the Big Ending, but Del Rio reverses it into a double-knee backbreaker. Del Rio is calling for the Cross Armbreaker. He grabs Big E., but Big E. back-body drops him. He follows that up with a big splash, this time hitting it successfully. Big E. pulls the straps down, but when he goes to pick up Del Rio, Del Rio reverses Big E. into a Cross Armbreaker. Big E. almost fights out, but Del Rio re-applies it. Big E. again tries to power out of it, and this time he does. He goes to pin Del Rio, but Del Rio grabs the bottom rope. Del Rio tries crawling out of the ring, but Big E. drags him back in. Big E. sits Del Rio on the top rope. Del Rio knocks him off, but Big E. grabs the middle rope with both arms. Del Rio jumps off the top and double-boot stomps him in the chest. Del Rio blasts Big E. with a big superkick and covers him. 1-2-3. Del Rio wins. Winner: Alberto Del Rio On Tap For Tonight ... We are told that the fans get to vote on who will face Kane tonight. The options are all three members of The Shield. We are reminded that Randy Orton vs. Batista takes place tonight. We are told that "up next" there will be a "Farewell to the Yes! Movement" segment with The Authority. Right after that, we are told that "up next" is "Follow The Buzzards," as Michael Cole says Bray Wyatt will address John Cena. I wonder which one is actually "up next?" I guess we'll find out soon enough! On that note, we head to another commercial. Backstage Segment: The Wyatt Family When we return from commercial, Michael Cole hypes up the feud brewing between Bray Wyatt and John Cena. We see some highlights of last week's RAW, complete with Cena ending up in the sheep mask tied in the ropes. After the video package concludes, we see a shot of the sheep mask backstage. The camera pans out and we see all three members of The Wyatt Family. Bray talks about craving change. Bray asks "do I have your attention now, kids?" He says he's going to burn everything they love down to the ground. He says "they're going to cry for you, John." He says in time they are going to forget you. He says then they will see you the way he does, as a monster. He sings "he's got the whole world, in his hands." Summer Rae vs. Natalya We see highlights of last night's Total Divas, with the focus being the clip where Summer Rae slaps Natalya outside of her house. After that, Summer makes her way to the ring. Michael Cole informs us that coming up after the break is Summer Rae vs. Natalya. On that note, we head to commercial. When we return from commercial, Natalya makes her way to the ring. Vickie Guerrero joins Michael Cole, Jerry Lawler and JBL on commentary. She talks about the Vickie Guerrero Diva Invitational match at WrestleMania XXX. She says the match will be one fall only. Meanwhile, in the ring, Summer gets Natalya in the corner and stomps away at the back of her head. She clotheslines her down for a near fall. Natalya fires up and suplexes Summer a few times. Summer bitch-smacks Natalya and Cole says it's a little payback. JBL corrects him, as it was Summer who smacked Natalya in the first place. Natalya goes for the Sharpshooter but Summer kicks her off. Summer goes to run out of the ring, but Natalya grabs her by the hair and yanks her back in. As she was trying to do that, Summer blasts her with a kick. Summer pins her. 1-2-3. Summer Rae wins. Winner: Summer Rae The Authority's Farewell To The "Yes!" Movement, Batista, Randy Orton As we head to another commercial, we see Triple H and Stephanie McMahon backstage making their way to the ring. When we return from commercial, Triple H's "King of Kings" theme hits and out he comes with his lovely wife Stephanie. The power couple enters the ring, both with mics in hand, and the boo's start pouring out from the fans in Washington, D.C. Stephanie talks about how Triple H is going to destroy Daniel Bryan at WrestleMania. HHH says he's not even sure how much they're going to care. He says this generation has no loyalty. He says they just wanna be part of something. They don't wanna do anything, because that might require effort, they just want to feel a part of something. He says one year ago at this time there was a big thing, and they both mock Fandango and the big "Fandango'ing" craze. The fans drown out Triple H with a "CM Punk" chant as he talks about the fans throwing away Fandango. Stephanie asks who wants to see Bryan tonight. The fans all chant "Yes!" She says Triple H was right, even they could get them to chant it. She says they can chant all they want, however, because Daniel Bryan isn't going to be here tonight. She says because that's what's best for business. HHH says Bryan and the "Yes!" movement is just a myth. He says he's not an A+ player. He says they can chant "Yes!" all they want, but it doesn't make it true. HHH says it's the same as people who think he has all the power and success because he married well. He says he has the power because of his dominance in the ring. HHH continues to talk as the fans break out into a loud "boring" chant. He introduces a video package. The video package, narrated by Stephanie McMahon, highlights what they were referring to as some "flavors of the month" that HHH went through. Among them were Booker T's spinarooni, Scott Steiner posing, RVD's thumbs, Jeff Hardy's death defying acts, Goldberg's "what's next," Chris Jericho's "RAW is Jericho," Mick Foley's cheap pops, Kurt Angle's "it's true." None of it mattered because in the end, the only thing that lasts is "The Game." After the video package, Triple H says it's not that any of those guys aren't great. He says they were all just players in the game though, and he is "The Game." He says he's "The Game" now more than ever. He says since everyone has cried about it, not only is he going to beat Daniel Bryan and the "Yes!" movement, but he's going to step in the ring with Randy Orton and Batista and show the world that he is the most powerful man in WWE. He says he'll walk out of WrestleMania as the C.O.O. of this company and as the WWE World Heavyweight Champion. As he turns to leave, Batista's music hits. Out comes "The Animal" in another ridiculous outfit. A t-shirt covered with a Georgetown basketball jersey, skinny jeans, Lugz boots and a goofy ass beret-type hat. Gotta love his dress style. Batista enters the ring and grabs a mic. The fans boo the crap out of him as usual. Some fans actually chant his name. Batista says he loves this whole "say goodbye to the yes movement" thing, he calls it really cute. He says he couldn't help but notice he wasn't in Triple H's video. He says that's because Triple H has never beaten him. HHH says he's said that plenty of times now, almost like it's all he can think of. Batista says HHH is the brains of this operation, his wife is the brawn. The fans "oooh" and "ahhh." Randy Orton's music hits. Orton comes out and tells Steph to wait a minute. He says if she's about to slap Batista again can she wait so he can get into the ring and have a front row seat. He says on second thought, save the beating for Batista to him when he faces him in the ring later tonight. Orton says he's not thrilled about a triple-threat match at WrestleMania, but he understands that it's what's best for business. He says he knows HHH is going to beat Bryan and it would be an honor to defend his titles against him, but he asks HHH to reconsider being in the match. HHH says no amount of ass kicking is going to get him out of this. He says he's going to lose his titles at WrestleMania, unless he becomes The Viper again. He says he's not even sure if he could beat that guy. He says the Orton-Batista match tonight is now no disqualification. HHH's music hits and he and Stephanie walk off. Orton and Batista look at each other, and Batista smirks. We head to commercial. The Usos & Los Matadores vs. The Real Americans & Ryback and Curtis Axel When we return from commercial, The Usos and Los Matadores are shown in the ring. On the other side of the ring, we see The Real Americans and the team of Ryback and Curtis Axel. It's time for some eight-man tag-team action. The bell rings and Ryback and Uso start things off for their respective teams. Michael Cole points out on commentary that these four teams will compete in the first match at WrestleMania XXX this Sunday, as the WWE Tag-Team Championships will be on the line during the WrestleMania pre-show on the WWE Network. Ryback backs Jimmy into the corner and makes a clean break. They lock up again and Ryback again backs him into the corner then shoves him. Jimmy fights back with a few chops. Ryback catches Jimmy on his shoulders but Jimmy fights out and hits another chop. Ryback comes back with a knee to the gut but eats a few arm drags by Jimmy. Jimmy tags in Jey Uso. Ryback hits the ropes and The Usos his a double kick to the gut. Jey covers for a one count. Ryback connects with a kick to the gut and tags in Axel. Axel charges and eats a big right hand by Jey Uso. Jey hits a chop and tags in Diego. Diego connects with a forearm and tags in Fernando. Fernando hits an arm drag and tags Jimmy Uso back in. Jimmy hits a big double ax handle to the chest of Axel and tags in Fernando. Fernando hits a shot to the gut and tags in Diego. Diego hits a big drop kick and pins for a two count. Jey Uso now tags in and connects with a shot to the gut. Axel fights back with a big right hand and tags in Cesaro. Cesaro hits a few big uppercuts, but eats a big right hand by Jey. Cesaro fights back and hits another uppercut. Swagger now tags in. Swagger lands some stomps and tosses Jey face first into the corner. He then whips him hard into the adjacent corner. Jey fights back to his feet and hits a DDT. He knocks Cesaro and Axel off the apron then low bridges Ryback. Fernando dives to the outside onto Cesaro. Jimmy flies over the top onto Ryback. Jey now tags in and goes up top. Swagger throws Uso to the floor. On that note, we head to a mid-match commercial. When we return from commercial, we see Uso and Cesaro battling in the ring. Cesaro hits a standing drop kick and covers for a two count. Jey fights back to his feet and hits a back elbow. Jey comes off the middle rope but Cesaro catches him and hits a back breaker for a close two count. Cesaro lifts Jey up and hits a suplex for a two count. Swagger now tags in. Jey gets tossed into the corner and gets hit by Swagger and Cesaro. Swagger covers for a two count. Ryback tags in and locks in a rear chin lock on Jey Uso. Jey fights back to his feet, and hits a bulldog to get separation. Ryback gets to Axel and Axel cuts off Jey. Jey gets to Jimmy for the tag. Jimmy is on fire and hits a big back elbow to Axel. Jimmy connects with a big samoan drop. Jimmy charges and hits the butt splash in the corner. He covers but Ryback breaks up the count and eats a superkick for his troubles. Axel rolls up Jimmy for behind for a two count. Swagger tags in and hits a big boot to the face. Diego breaks up the count then hits a flipping splash on the outside to Cesaro. Swagger goes for the Swagger bomb, but lands and eats a kick to the head by Jimmy. Fernando flies off the top but Swagger catches him and locks in The Patriot lock. Uso comes in and gets slammed by Swagger. After that, the Los Matadores pull the ole' "switch-a-roo." Swagger goes to grab him, but he rolls him up. 1-2-3. Los Matadores and The Usos get the win. After the match, we head to commercial. Winners: The Usos & Los Matadores Fandango & Damien Sandow vs. Goldust & Cody Rhodes When we return from commercial, Fandango is in the middle of his entrance. We see Summer Rae doing a split in front of him as he does the Fandango pose. Already in the ring is Damien Sandow, who is Fandango's tag-partner, and their opponents, Goldust and Cody Rhodes. Rhodes and Sandow start things off for their respective teams. Sandow whips Cody hard into the corner, but Cody hits a back elbow and goes up top, but Sandow bails out of the ring. Sandow now tags in Fandango. Fandango eats a big hip toss by Fandango. Fandango whips Cody hard chest first into the corner. Sandow now tags back in. Sandow lands a shot to the gut and a headbutt followed by some stomps to a fallen Cody. Cody and Sandow are now on the outside. Sandow tosses Cody face first off the apron and rolls him back in the ring. Sandow covers for a one count. Fandango now tags back in. Fandango hits a suplex and covers for a two count. Fandango tosses Cody face first into the corner and tags in Sandow. Sandow lands a kick to the gut and drops a knee to the face of Cody for a two count. Sandow locks in a rear chin lock. Cody fights back to his feet with right hands. Cody tries to make a tag but Sandow hits a drop toe hold to stop him. Cody fights Sandow off and tags in Goldust. Goldust hits some clothesline and hits hits uppercut. Goldust hits a spinbuster and connects with a big atomic drop to Fandango. Fandango gets tossed to the outside. Goldust connects with a powerslam and covers but it's broken up by Fandango. The finish comes when Goldust nails Sandow out of the blue with his "Final Cut" finisher. 1-2-3. The Rhodes Brothers get the "W." After the match, we head to commercial. Winners: Goldust & Cody Rhodes Backstage Segment: The Shield When we return from commercial, Michael Cole introduces a video package that highlights the history of The Shield feud with Kane and The New Age Outlaws. After the video package, we are reminded once again that we can vote on the WWE App to decide which member of The Shield will face Kane tonight. Backstage, we see all three members of The Shield. Seth Rollins says he almost feels bad for Kane. He says it doesn't matter who wins the App vote, Kane's in a bad way. Dean Ambrose says the important thing to remember is that they didn't disrespect them, they disrespected us. Roman Reigns says The Shield is not to be messed with. Believe that. And believe in The Shield. Bray Wyatt vs. R-Truth The Wyatt Family cut-in happens. We see Bray Wyatt with his latern. "Washington, D.C. ...we're here." The crowd pops and The Wyatt Family makes their way to the ring. Michael Cole says Bray Wyatt is in action live, next on Monday Night RAW. We head to another commercial. When we return from commercial, R-Truth is already standing in the ring. Erick Rowan and Luke Harper are in Wyatt's corner, and Xavier Woods is in Truth's. Wyatt goes to work as soon as the bell sounds. Wyatt is dominating Truth here in the early goings. Truth gets in a little bit of offense, including a big spinning kick, but seconds later, Wyatt launches his own body into Truth's and nearly rips him in half. Wyatt taunts John Cena a bit as he continues to punish Truth. Truth tries to fight back with some punches, but Wyatt headbutts him and throws him out to the floor. The other Wyatt Family members beat him up a bit and throw him back in the ring. Back in the ring, Wyatt stomps away at a grounded Truth. Wyatt hits a big spinning-chest-breaker type of move, slamming Truth's chest across his own knee. Wyatt picks Truth up, hits him with his Sister Abigail finisher, and that's all she wrote. Winner: Bray Wyatt After The Match: John Cena Plays Mind Games After the match, Xavier Woods comes to check on his friend, but all three members of The Wyatt Family beat him down. Wyatt yells out "this is not the beginning, this is the end." He kneels down, the lights dim, and they pose. From behind, we see another guy in a sheep mask and blue cover-alls standing behind the three Wyatt Family members. He tilts his head in the sheep mask side to side, takes the mask off, and we see it's John Cena. The lights come back on and Cena attacks The Wyatt Family. They scurry out of the ring and retreat up the ramp. Wyatt sits on the ramp singing "he's got the whole world in his hands" as Cena's music plays and he poses in the ring. We head to a commercial. LumberJill Match AJ Lee vs. Naomi When we return from commercial, we see a video package highlighting Vickie Guerrero announcing the Diva Invitational for WrestleMania XXX. After that, we shoot to the ring, where AJ Lee's music is playing. She's already in the ring, as is her opponent, Naomi. There are a bunch of Divas outside the ring, as this is apparently a Lumber Jill match. The "CM Punk" chants begin as soon as the bell rings. AJ is thrown to the floor early, and the Divas quickly throw her back in. AJ gets the better of Naomi and throws her to the outside of the ring. None of the Divas do anything. AJ throws a fit and goes out to get her for herself. She rolls Naomi back in the ring and then the Divas attack AJ and throw her back in. Back in the ring, Naomi lands some kicks on AJ but AJ blasts Naomi with a big kick to the face to slow her down. Naomi finally slows AJ down and lands a big dropkick. And another. She goes for a pin but only gets a two count. Naomi kicks AJ to the floor. The Divas all go to gang up on AJ, but Tamina stands in front of her to defend her. All of the Divas attack Tamina and then get to AJ. They beat up AJ and throw her back in the ring. Naomi blasts AJ and pins her. 1-2-3. Naomi wins. We head to a commercial after the match. Winner: Naomi Renee Young Interviews John Cena When we return from commercial, Renee Young is backstage with John Cena. Cena, without the sheep mask, mentions desperate times call for desperate measures. He says Bray has said a lot of things. He says he's going to turn John Cena into a monster. He tells Bray to be careful for what he wishes for. He promises this Sunday we will see John Cena and John Cena will be a monster. He says being a monster for a day will secure a legacy for a lifetime. He says he is afraid but the best thing about fear is that you get to face it. RAW Panel With Bad News Barrett We head up to the RAW panel, which this week consists of Josh Mathews, Alex Riley, Booker T and Bad News Barrett. They talk about the John Cena-Bray Wyatt match at this Sunday's WrestleMania XXX. Barrett says he has some bad news for John Cena. He says it's 3-on-1 and even though two of those three are on the outside of the ring, they will make all the difference in the world and Cena will lose. Roman Reigns vs. Kane After that, they air a video package showing what Brock Lesnar did to The Undertaker earlier in the evening. Then, we shoot to Jerry Lawler in the ring. He has the results of the WWE App poll. The member of The Shield that the WWE Universe voted to face Kane tonight is Roman Reigns, who garnered 80 percent of the vote. The Shield's music hits and Reigns makes his way through the crowd alone. We head to a commercial. When we return from commercial, The Shield's music is still playing and Reigns is standing in the ring waiting. The pyro explodes and "Corporate" Kane makes his way to the ring. The bell rings and Kane backs Reigns into a corner. Reigns circles out and lights him up with punches. Kane ends up dropping Reigns and puts the boots to him. Kane drops Reigns with a back-elbow off the ropes and nails him with a clothesline in the corner. He side-slams him and calls for the chokeslam. Reigns gets up and Kane grabs him by the throat. Reigns muscles Kane's grip off of his throat and fires up on offense. Reigns flies all over the ring, knocking Kane down repeatedly. Reigns hits his flying boot-to-the-face from the ground to the apron. Back in the ring, Reigns is waiting for Kane to get up for the spear. He turns to see The New Age Outlaws making their way down the ramp. Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins jump them from behind and beat them down. Reigns spears Kane. Ambrose and Rollins enter the ring. All three members of The Shield stomp away at Kane and the ref calls for the bell. Winner via DQ: Kane After The Match They go to hit the triple-powerbomb on Kane, but The New Age Outlaws hit the ring. The Shield knock The Outlaws out of the ring. They go for the triple powerbomb again, but The New Age Outlaws save Kane by pulling him out of the ring. The Shield's music plays and we get a staredown. We head to another commercial. Special WrestleMania XXX Edition Of "Piper's Pit" When we return from commercial, already in the ring is "Rowdy" Roddy Piper. He talks about how it's WrestleMania season. He says 29 years ago today, he had the honor to be in the main event of the first WrestleMania ever. He says there's one man who helped make WrestleMania what it is today. He says that man is Andre The Giant. He says this Sunday there will be 30 Superstars in the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal for the chance to make their WrestleMania moment. As he continues to talk, The Miz's music hits and cuts him off. The two say "really?" back-and-forth to each other. He says unlike Andre The Giant, he's actually won the main event of WrestleMania. Sheamus cuts them off and comes out to the ring. Sheamus puts down The Miz and puts over Roddy Piper. He says he's going to win the Andre Battle Royal. Next to interupt everyone is Titus O'Neil. O'Neil talks about how he's going to win the Andre Battle Royal. Piper flips out everytime someone interupts him. Out next is Dolph Ziggler. Ziggler says he's going to steal the spotlight this Sunday. Piper pokes Miz in the eyes and Sheamus grabs him. All four guys start battling it out. The rest of the entrants in the battle royal hit the ring and everyone brawls. In the end, Big Show finally comes down and cleans house. We head to another commercial break. No Disqualification Match - Batista vs. Randy Orton When we return from commercial, Batista's music hits and out walks "The Animal." Out next is his opponent tonight, and one of his opponents at WrestleMania XXX this Sunday on pay-per-view, the current WWE World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton. Orton drapes both titles across his shoulders as he arrogantly makes his way to the ring for this No-DQ match. Before the bell rings, "The King Of Kings" theme hits and out walks The Authority -- Triple H and Stephanie McMahon. The two join Michael Cole, Jerry Lawler and JBL on commentary for tonight's RAW main event. The bell rings and our no disqualification main event is officially underway. The fight quickly spills out to the floor and Orton gains the upper-hand over "The Animal." Orton continues to beat Batista outside the ring for a while. He whips him back-first into the barricade. Orton clotheslines Batista over the barricade. Batista comes back over with a chair and blasts Orton across the back. And again. He goes for a third shot but Orton avoids it. Orton slams Batista's head into the announce table. Orton slams Batista into the barricade again. Triple H on commentary says he likes seeing this "Viper" side of Orton again. Orton nails Batista with a chair as Triple H says, "I'm betting Batista wishes he was on a Hollywood set right about now." "The Animal" rolls back in the ring, as does Orton, with a chair, but Batista catches him coming in with a big punch. The fight spills out to the floor again and Batista gets the upper hand. They're near the announce table now where Triple H tells Batista, "that's it Dave, show me the Animal." Batista says, "You wanna see The Animal?" and then slams Orton back-first into the ring apron. Cole keeps questioning HHH why he would want to push these guys knowing he's got to step into the ring with them this Sunday. Stephanie laughs and says she thoughts Cole was smarter than that. Back in the ring, Batista nails Orton with a big spinebuster. Batista calls for the Batista-Bomb. He goes for it, but Orton reverses it into a backbreaker. Orton nails Batista with his draping-DDT off the middle ropes. He taunts the fans. Out of nowhere, we hear some comotion on commentary. The camera shoots over and we see Daniel Bryan attacking Triple H at the announce table. Orton goes to make the save and Bryan lights him up as well. Eventually the numbers game is too much for him and Orton slams Bryan into the ring steps. The fans break out into a big "Daniel Bryan" chant as Orton throws Bryan into the ring. Orton goes back in the ring, only to get blasted by a spear from Batista. Now Bryan is back up and he nails Batista with a big kick to the head. He follows that up with his Running Knee. Bryan dives onto Triple H on the floor. Bryan is like a bat out of hell now, going berzerker mode on HHH on the floor as the crowd goes ballistic. Bryan grabs a kendo stick and starts whacking the hell out of "The Game." The fans chant "Yes!" as the stick lands each time. HHH and Stephanie retreat up the aisle as Bryan stands tall on the top rope. He leads the fans in a giant "Yes!" chant. It's a pretty cool looking scene, as literally everyone in the building, at the same time, is doing the hands-up "Yes!" gesture, led by their man, and the guy who could become the next WWE World Heavyweight Champion this Sunday at WrestleMania XXX, Daniel Bryan. 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The Undertaker slowly makes his way to the ring as Michael Cole hypes his streak and match against Brock Lesnar this Sunday on commentary. Undertaker talks about 21 opponents trying, and 21 opponents failing to beat him at WrestleMania. He says Brock Lesnar is probably thinking how is he going to break the streak. He uses a sinking under water analogy to further point out how Lesnar will not break the streak this Sunday. He says many people believe in three things that can't be beat: death, taxes and "the streak." He goes to conclude his promo by informing Lesnar that he will "rest in peace," however Lesnar's music hits. Out walks Lesnar and Paul Heyman. Heyman says he means no disrespect. He says his client, however, does. Heyman says this isn't a match Lesnar has to win, it's a match Undertaker must not lose. The fans drown out Heyman with loud "CM Punk" chants. In most cases, over the past few weeks, the Punk chants died down quickly. This week? Not so much. At least not in this case. After 20 seconds or so, they finally die down. Heyman goes on to talk about how Lesnar will break Undertaker's undefeated streak at WrestleMania. Heyman says that's not a prediction, that's a spoiler. He throws down the mic. Heyman and Lesnar turn to leave, but Lesnar stops. He turns around. He and Heyman slowly walk towards the ring. Taker takes his big robe off. Lesnar stops. He turns and walks away again. He stops again. He turns and walks back to the ring again. He stops. He puts a big smile on his face and backs off once again. Well, gee-wiz. He turns around and starts walking to the ring again. This time he circles around the outside of the ring. Heyman throws a chair in the ring and Taker goes to grab him. Lesnar attacks Taker from behind. Lesnar knocks the "Dead Man" off his feet. Lesnar hoists Taker up and nails him with his F-5 finisher. Lesnar stands over Taker, looking down at him, raising his hands in victory. His music plays and he exits the ring. He and Heyman go to leave, but Lesnar again approaches the ring. He doesn't get back in the ring, instead he grabs the bottom rope from the floor, shakes it ala Ultimate Warrior, and lets out a trademark Lesnar screech/scream. We head to our first commercial break of the evening. Big E. vs. Alberto Del Rio When we return from commercial, WWE Intercontinental Champion Big E. makes his way to the ring. Out next is Alberto Del Rio. The bell rings and these two immediately go at it. When the smoke clears, Big E. is in control of the offense. Big E. spears Del Rio in the corner and then hoists him up with a body-press over his head, dropping him down in Ultimate Warrior style for a near fall. Big E. goes for another spear in the corner, but this time Del Rio moves and the I-C champ blasts the ring post shoulder-first. Del Rio pulls Big E.'s arms outside the ring, places them on the ring steps and stomps on them. On that note, we head to a mid-match commercial. When we return from commercial, Del Rio is working over the arm of Big E. in the middle of the ring. Del Rio ends up applying a version of his Cross Armbreaker on Big E. through the ropes. Del Rio goes to fly onto Big E., but the I-C champ catches him coming off the top and slams him down to the mat. Big E. is making his big comeback now as he nails Del Rio with a belly-to-belly suplex. He goes to follow it up with a big splash, however Del Rio gets his knees up. Del Rio calls for a superkick, but Big E. avoids it. Big E. simply throws Del Rio up in the air and lets him crash down face-first. Big E. goes for the Big Ending, but Del Rio reverses it into a double-knee backbreaker. Del Rio is calling for the Cross Armbreaker. He grabs Big E., but Big E. back-body drops him. He follows that up with a big splash, this time hitting it successfully. Big E. pulls the straps down, but when he goes to pick up Del Rio, Del Rio reverses Big E. into a Cross Armbreaker. Big E. almost fights out, but Del Rio re-applies it. Big E. again tries to power out of it, and this time he does. He goes to pin Del Rio, but Del Rio grabs the bottom rope. Del Rio tries crawling out of the ring, but Big E. drags him back in. Big E. sits Del Rio on the top rope. Del Rio knocks him off, but Big E. grabs the middle rope with both arms. Del Rio jumps off the top and double-boot stomps him in the chest. Del Rio blasts Big E. with a big superkick and covers him. 1-2-3. Del Rio wins. Winner: Alberto Del Rio On Tap For Tonight ... We are told that the fans get to vote on who will face Kane tonight. The options are all three members of The Shield. We are reminded that Randy Orton vs. Batista takes place tonight. We are told that "up next" there will be a "Farewell to the Yes! Movement" segment with The Authority. Right after that, we are told that "up next" is "Follow The Buzzards," as Michael Cole says Bray Wyatt will address John Cena. I wonder which one is actually "up next?" I guess we'll find out soon enough! On that note, we head to another commercial. Backstage Segment: The Wyatt Family When we return from commercial, Michael Cole hypes up the feud brewing between Bray Wyatt and John Cena. We see some highlights of last week's RAW, complete with Cena ending up in the sheep mask tied in the ropes. After the video package concludes, we see a shot of the sheep mask backstage. The camera pans out and we see all three members of The Wyatt Family. Bray talks about craving change. Bray asks "do I have your attention now, kids?" He says he's going to burn everything they love down to the ground. He says "they're going to cry for you, John." He says in time they are going to forget you. He says then they will see you the way he does, as a monster. He sings "he's got the whole world, in his hands." Summer Rae vs. Natalya We see highlights of last night's Total Divas, with the focus being the clip where Summer Rae slaps Natalya outside of her house. After that, Summer makes her way to the ring. Michael Cole informs us that coming up after the break is Summer Rae vs. Natalya. On that note, we head to commercial. When we return from commercial, Natalya makes her way to the ring. Vickie Guerrero joins Michael Cole, Jerry Lawler and JBL on commentary. She talks about the Vickie Guerrero Diva Invitational match at WrestleMania XXX. She says the match will be one fall only. Meanwhile, in the ring, Summer gets Natalya in the corner and stomps away at the back of her head. She clotheslines her down for a near fall. Natalya fires up and suplexes Summer a few times. Summer bitch-smacks Natalya and Cole says it's a little payback. JBL corrects him, as it was Summer who smacked Natalya in the first place. Natalya goes for the Sharpshooter but Summer kicks her off. Summer goes to run out of the ring, but Natalya grabs her by the hair and yanks her back in. As she was trying to do that, Summer blasts her with a kick. Summer pins her. 1-2-3. Summer Rae wins. Winner: Summer Rae The Authority's Farewell To The "Yes!" Movement, Batista, Randy Orton As we head to another commercial, we see Triple H and Stephanie McMahon backstage making their way to the ring. When we return from commercial, Triple H's "King of Kings" theme hits and out he comes with his lovely wife Stephanie. The power couple enters the ring, both with mics in hand, and the boo's start pouring out from the fans in Washington, D.C. Stephanie talks about how Triple H is going to destroy Daniel Bryan at WrestleMania. HHH says he's not even sure how much they're going to care. He says this generation has no loyalty. He says they just wanna be part of something. They don't wanna do anything, because that might require effort, they just want to feel a part of something. He says one year ago at this time there was a big thing, and they both mock Fandango and the big "Fandango'ing" craze. The fans drown out Triple H with a "CM Punk" chant as he talks about the fans throwing away Fandango. Stephanie asks who wants to see Bryan tonight. The fans all chant "Yes!" She says Triple H was right, even they could get them to chant it. She says they can chant all they want, however, because Daniel Bryan isn't going to be here tonight. She says because that's what's best for business. HHH says Bryan and the "Yes!" movement is just a myth. He says he's not an A+ player. He says they can chant "Yes!" all they want, but it doesn't make it true. HHH says it's the same as people who think he has all the power and success because he married well. He says he has the power because of his dominance in the ring. HHH continues to talk as the fans break out into a loud "boring" chant. He introduces a video package. The video package, narrated by Stephanie McMahon, highlights what they were referring to as some "flavors of the month" that HHH went through. Among them were Booker T's spinarooni, Scott Steiner posing, RVD's thumbs, Jeff Hardy's death defying acts, Goldberg's "what's next," Chris Jericho's "RAW is Jericho," Mick Foley's cheap pops, Kurt Angle's "it's true." None of it mattered because in the end, the only thing that lasts is "The Game." After the video package, Triple H says it's not that any of those guys aren't great. He says they were all just players in the game though, and he is "The Game." He says he's "The Game" now more than ever. He says since everyone has cried about it, not only is he going to beat Daniel Bryan and the "Yes!" movement, but he's going to step in the ring with Randy Orton and Batista and show the world that he is the most powerful man in WWE. He says he'll walk out of WrestleMania as the C.O.O. of this company and as the WWE World Heavyweight Champion. As he turns to leave, Batista's music hits. Out comes "The Animal" in another ridiculous outfit. A t-shirt covered with a Georgetown basketball jersey, skinny jeans, Lugz boots and a goofy ass beret-type hat. Gotta love his dress style. Batista enters the ring and grabs a mic. The fans boo the crap out of him as usual. Some fans actually chant his name. Batista says he loves this whole "say goodbye to the yes movement" thing, he calls it really cute. He says he couldn't help but notice he wasn't in Triple H's video. He says that's because Triple H has never beaten him. HHH says he's said that plenty of times now, almost like it's all he can think of. Batista says HHH is the brains of this operation, his wife is the brawn. The fans "oooh" and "ahhh." Randy Orton's music hits. Orton comes out and tells Steph to wait a minute. He says if she's about to slap Batista again can she wait so he can get into the ring and have a front row seat. He says on second thought, save the beating for Batista to him when he faces him in the ring later tonight. Orton says he's not thrilled about a triple-threat match at WrestleMania, but he understands that it's what's best for business. He says he knows HHH is going to beat Bryan and it would be an honor to defend his titles against him, but he asks HHH to reconsider being in the match. HHH says no amount of ass kicking is going to get him out of this. He says he's going to lose his titles at WrestleMania, unless he becomes The Viper again. He says he's not even sure if he could beat that guy. He says the Orton-Batista match tonight is now no disqualification. HHH's music hits and he and Stephanie walk off. Orton and Batista look at each other, and Batista smirks. We head to commercial. The Usos & Los Matadores vs. The Real Americans & Ryback and Curtis Axel When we return from commercial, The Usos and Los Matadores are shown in the ring. On the other side of the ring, we see The Real Americans and the team of Ryback and Curtis Axel. It's time for some eight-man tag-team action. The bell rings and Ryback and Uso start things off for their respective teams. Michael Cole points out on commentary that these four teams will compete in the first match at WrestleMania XXX this Sunday, as the WWE Tag-Team Championships will be on the line during the WrestleMania pre-show on the WWE Network. Ryback backs Jimmy into the corner and makes a clean break. They lock up again and Ryback again backs him into the corner then shoves him. Jimmy fights back with a few chops. Ryback catches Jimmy on his shoulders but Jimmy fights out and hits another chop. Ryback comes back with a knee to the gut but eats a few arm drags by Jimmy. Jimmy tags in Jey Uso. Ryback hits the ropes and The Usos his a double kick to the gut. Jey covers for a one count. Ryback connects with a kick to the gut and tags in Axel. Axel charges and eats a big right hand by Jey Uso. Jey hits a chop and tags in Diego. Diego connects with a forearm and tags in Fernando. Fernando hits an arm drag and tags Jimmy Uso back in. Jimmy hits a big double ax handle to the chest of Axel and tags in Fernando. Fernando hits a shot to the gut and tags in Diego. Diego hits a big drop kick and pins for a two count. Jey Uso now tags in and connects with a shot to the gut. Axel fights back with a big right hand and tags in Cesaro. Cesaro hits a few big uppercuts, but eats a big right hand by Jey. Cesaro fights back and hits another uppercut. Swagger now tags in. Swagger lands some stomps and tosses Jey face first into the corner. He then whips him hard into the adjacent corner. Jey fights back to his feet and hits a DDT. He knocks Cesaro and Axel off the apron then low bridges Ryback. Fernando dives to the outside onto Cesaro. Jimmy flies over the top onto Ryback. Jey now tags in and goes up top. Swagger throws Uso to the floor. On that note, we head to a mid-match commercial. When we return from commercial, we see Uso and Cesaro battling in the ring. Cesaro hits a standing drop kick and covers for a two count. Jey fights back to his feet and hits a back elbow. Jey comes off the middle rope but Cesaro catches him and hits a back breaker for a close two count. Cesaro lifts Jey up and hits a suplex for a two count. Swagger now tags in. Jey gets tossed into the corner and gets hit by Swagger and Cesaro. Swagger covers for a two count. Ryback tags in and locks in a rear chin lock on Jey Uso. Jey fights back to his feet, and hits a bulldog to get separation. Ryback gets to Axel and Axel cuts off Jey. Jey gets to Jimmy for the tag. Jimmy is on fire and hits a big back elbow to Axel. Jimmy connects with a big samoan drop. Jimmy charges and hits the butt splash in the corner. He covers but Ryback breaks up the count and eats a superkick for his troubles. Axel rolls up Jimmy for behind for a two count. Swagger tags in and hits a big boot to the face. Diego breaks up the count then hits a flipping splash on the outside to Cesaro. Swagger goes for the Swagger bomb, but lands and eats a kick to the head by Jimmy. Fernando flies off the top but Swagger catches him and locks in The Patriot lock. Uso comes in and gets slammed by Swagger. After that, the Los Matadores pull the ole' "switch-a-roo." Swagger goes to grab him, but he rolls him up. 1-2-3. Los Matadores and The Usos get the win. After the match, we head to commercial. Winners: The Usos & Los Matadores Fandango & Damien Sandow vs. Goldust & Cody Rhodes When we return from commercial, Fandango is in the middle of his entrance. We see Summer Rae doing a split in front of him as he does the Fandango pose. Already in the ring is Damien Sandow, who is Fandango's tag-partner, and their opponents, Goldust and Cody Rhodes. Rhodes and Sandow start things off for their respective teams. Sandow whips Cody hard into the corner, but Cody hits a back elbow and goes up top, but Sandow bails out of the ring. Sandow now tags in Fandango. Fandango eats a big hip toss by Fandango. Fandango whips Cody hard chest first into the corner. Sandow now tags back in. Sandow lands a shot to the gut and a headbutt followed by some stomps to a fallen Cody. Cody and Sandow are now on the outside. Sandow tosses Cody face first off the apron and rolls him back in the ring. Sandow covers for a one count. Fandango now tags back in. Fandango hits a suplex and covers for a two count. Fandango tosses Cody face first into the corner and tags in Sandow. Sandow lands a kick to the gut and drops a knee to the face of Cody for a two count. Sandow locks in a rear chin lock. Cody fights back to his feet with right hands. Cody tries to make a tag but Sandow hits a drop toe hold to stop him. Cody fights Sandow off and tags in Goldust. Goldust hits some clothesline and hits hits uppercut. Goldust hits a spinbuster and connects with a big atomic drop to Fandango. Fandango gets tossed to the outside. Goldust connects with a powerslam and covers but it's broken up by Fandango. The finish comes when Goldust nails Sandow out of the blue with his "Final Cut" finisher. 1-2-3. The Rhodes Brothers get the "W." After the match, we head to commercial. Winners: Goldust & Cody Rhodes Backstage Segment: The Shield When we return from commercial, Michael Cole introduces a video package that highlights the history of The Shield feud with Kane and The New Age Outlaws. After the video package, we are reminded once again that we can vote on the WWE App to decide which member of The Shield will face Kane tonight. Backstage, we see all three members of The Shield. Seth Rollins says he almost feels bad for Kane. He says it doesn't matter who wins the App vote, Kane's in a bad way. Dean Ambrose says the important thing to remember is that they didn't disrespect them, they disrespected us. Roman Reigns says The Shield is not to be messed with. Believe that. And believe in The Shield. Bray Wyatt vs. R-Truth The Wyatt Family cut-in happens. We see Bray Wyatt with his latern. "Washington, D.C. ...we're here." The crowd pops and The Wyatt Family makes their way to the ring. Michael Cole says Bray Wyatt is in action live, next on Monday Night RAW. We head to another commercial. When we return from commercial, R-Truth is already standing in the ring. Erick Rowan and Luke Harper are in Wyatt's corner, and Xavier Woods is in Truth's. Wyatt goes to work as soon as the bell sounds. Wyatt is dominating Truth here in the early goings. Truth gets in a little bit of offense, including a big spinning kick, but seconds later, Wyatt launches his own body into Truth's and nearly rips him in half. Wyatt taunts John Cena a bit as he continues to punish Truth. Truth tries to fight back with some punches, but Wyatt headbutts him and throws him out to the floor. The other Wyatt Family members beat him up a bit and throw him back in the ring. Back in the ring, Wyatt stomps away at a grounded Truth. Wyatt hits a big spinning-chest-breaker type of move, slamming Truth's chest across his own knee. Wyatt picks Truth up, hits him with his Sister Abigail finisher, and that's all she wrote. Winner: Bray Wyatt After The Match: John Cena Plays Mind Games After the match, Xavier Woods comes to check on his friend, but all three members of The Wyatt Family beat him down. Wyatt yells out "this is not the beginning, this is the end." He kneels down, the lights dim, and they pose. From behind, we see another guy in a sheep mask and blue cover-alls standing behind the three Wyatt Family members. He tilts his head in the sheep mask side to side, takes the mask off, and we see it's John Cena. The lights come back on and Cena attacks The Wyatt Family. They scurry out of the ring and retreat up the ramp. Wyatt sits on the ramp singing "he's got the whole world in his hands" as Cena's music plays and he poses in the ring. We head to a commercial. LumberJill Match AJ Lee vs. Naomi When we return from commercial, we see a video package highlighting Vickie Guerrero announcing the Diva Invitational for WrestleMania XXX. After that, we shoot to the ring, where AJ Lee's music is playing. She's already in the ring, as is her opponent, Naomi. There are a bunch of Divas outside the ring, as this is apparently a Lumber Jill match. The "CM Punk" chants begin as soon as the bell rings. AJ is thrown to the floor early, and the Divas quickly throw her back in. AJ gets the better of Naomi and throws her to the outside of the ring. None of the Divas do anything. AJ throws a fit and goes out to get her for herself. She rolls Naomi back in the ring and then the Divas attack AJ and throw her back in. Back in the ring, Naomi lands some kicks on AJ but AJ blasts Naomi with a big kick to the face to slow her down. Naomi finally slows AJ down and lands a big dropkick. And another. She goes for a pin but only gets a two count. Naomi kicks AJ to the floor. The Divas all go to gang up on AJ, but Tamina stands in front of her to defend her. All of the Divas attack Tamina and then get to AJ. They beat up AJ and throw her back in the ring. Naomi blasts AJ and pins her. 1-2-3. Naomi wins. We head to a commercial after the match. Winner: Naomi Renee Young Interviews John Cena When we return from commercial, Renee Young is backstage with John Cena. Cena, without the sheep mask, mentions desperate times call for desperate measures. He says Bray has said a lot of things. He says he's going to turn John Cena into a monster. He tells Bray to be careful for what he wishes for. He promises this Sunday we will see John Cena and John Cena will be a monster. He says being a monster for a day will secure a legacy for a lifetime. He says he is afraid but the best thing about fear is that you get to face it. RAW Panel With Bad News Barrett We head up to the RAW panel, which this week consists of Josh Mathews, Alex Riley, Booker T and Bad News Barrett. They talk about the John Cena-Bray Wyatt match at this Sunday's WrestleMania XXX. Barrett says he has some bad news for John Cena. He says it's 3-on-1 and even though two of those three are on the outside of the ring, they will make all the difference in the world and Cena will lose. Roman Reigns vs. Kane After that, they air a video package showing what Brock Lesnar did to The Undertaker earlier in the evening. Then, we shoot to Jerry Lawler in the ring. He has the results of the WWE App poll. The member of The Shield that the WWE Universe voted to face Kane tonight is Roman Reigns, who garnered 80 percent of the vote. The Shield's music hits and Reigns makes his way through the crowd alone. We head to a commercial. When we return from commercial, The Shield's music is still playing and Reigns is standing in the ring waiting. The pyro explodes and "Corporate" Kane makes his way to the ring. The bell rings and Kane backs Reigns into a corner. Reigns circles out and lights him up with punches. Kane ends up dropping Reigns and puts the boots to him. Kane drops Reigns with a back-elbow off the ropes and nails him with a clothesline in the corner. He side-slams him and calls for the chokeslam. Reigns gets up and Kane grabs him by the throat. Reigns muscles Kane's grip off of his throat and fires up on offense. Reigns flies all over the ring, knocking Kane down repeatedly. Reigns hits his flying boot-to-the-face from the ground to the apron. Back in the ring, Reigns is waiting for Kane to get up for the spear. He turns to see The New Age Outlaws making their way down the ramp. Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins jump them from behind and beat them down. Reigns spears Kane. Ambrose and Rollins enter the ring. All three members of The Shield stomp away at Kane and the ref calls for the bell. Winner via DQ: Kane After The Match They go to hit the triple-powerbomb on Kane, but The New Age Outlaws hit the ring. The Shield knock The Outlaws out of the ring. They go for the triple powerbomb again, but The New Age Outlaws save Kane by pulling him out of the ring. The Shield's music plays and we get a staredown. We head to another commercial. Special WrestleMania XXX Edition Of "Piper's Pit" When we return from commercial, already in the ring is "Rowdy" Roddy Piper. He talks about how it's WrestleMania season. He says 29 years ago today, he had the honor to be in the main event of the first WrestleMania ever. He says there's one man who helped make WrestleMania what it is today. He says that man is Andre The Giant. He says this Sunday there will be 30 Superstars in the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal for the chance to make their WrestleMania moment. As he continues to talk, The Miz's music hits and cuts him off. The two say "really?" back-and-forth to each other. He says unlike Andre The Giant, he's actually won the main event of WrestleMania. Sheamus cuts them off and comes out to the ring. Sheamus puts down The Miz and puts over Roddy Piper. He says he's going to win the Andre Battle Royal. Next to interupt everyone is Titus O'Neil. O'Neil talks about how he's going to win the Andre Battle Royal. Piper flips out everytime someone interupts him. Out next is Dolph Ziggler. Ziggler says he's going to steal the spotlight this Sunday. Piper pokes Miz in the eyes and Sheamus grabs him. All four guys start battling it out. The rest of the entrants in the battle royal hit the ring and everyone brawls. In the end, Big Show finally comes down and cleans house. We head to another commercial break. No Disqualification Match - Batista vs. Randy Orton When we return from commercial, Batista's music hits and out walks "The Animal." Out next is his opponent tonight, and one of his opponents at WrestleMania XXX this Sunday on pay-per-view, the current WWE World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton. Orton drapes both titles across his shoulders as he arrogantly makes his way to the ring for this No-DQ match. Before the bell rings, "The King Of Kings" theme hits and out walks The Authority -- Triple H and Stephanie McMahon. The two join Michael Cole, Jerry Lawler and JBL on commentary for tonight's RAW main event. The bell rings and our no disqualification main event is officially underway. The fight quickly spills out to the floor and Orton gains the upper-hand over "The Animal." Orton continues to beat Batista outside the ring for a while. He whips him back-first into the barricade. Orton clotheslines Batista over the barricade. Batista comes back over with a chair and blasts Orton across the back. And again. He goes for a third shot but Orton avoids it. Orton slams Batista's head into the announce table. Orton slams Batista into the barricade again. Triple H on commentary says he likes seeing this "Viper" side of Orton again. Orton nails Batista with a chair as Triple H says, "I'm betting Batista wishes he was on a Hollywood set right about now." "The Animal" rolls back in the ring, as does Orton, with a chair, but Batista catches him coming in with a big punch. The fight spills out to the floor again and Batista gets the upper hand. They're near the announce table now where Triple H tells Batista, "that's it Dave, show me the Animal." Batista says, "You wanna see The Animal?" and then slams Orton back-first into the ring apron. Cole keeps questioning HHH why he would want to push these guys knowing he's got to step into the ring with them this Sunday. Stephanie laughs and says she thoughts Cole was smarter than that. Back in the ring, Batista nails Orton with a big spinebuster. Batista calls for the Batista-Bomb. He goes for it, but Orton reverses it into a backbreaker. Orton nails Batista with his draping-DDT off the middle ropes. He taunts the fans. Out of nowhere, we hear some comotion on commentary. The camera shoots over and we see Daniel Bryan attacking Triple H at the announce table. Orton goes to make the save and Bryan lights him up as well. Eventually the numbers game is too much for him and Orton slams Bryan into the ring steps. The fans break out into a big "Daniel Bryan" chant as Orton throws Bryan into the ring. Orton goes back in the ring, only to get blasted by a spear from Batista. Now Bryan is back up and he nails Batista with a big kick to the head. 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The Undertaker slowly makes his way to the ring as Michael Cole hypes his streak and match against Brock Lesnar this Sunday on commentary. Undertaker talks about 21 opponents trying, and 21 opponents failing to beat him at WrestleMania. He says Brock Lesnar is probably thinking how is he going to break the streak. He uses a sinking under water analogy to further point out how Lesnar will not break the streak this Sunday. He says many people believe in three things that can't be beat: death, taxes and "the streak." He goes to conclude his promo by informing Lesnar that he will "rest in peace," however Lesnar's music hits. Out walks Lesnar and Paul Heyman. Heyman says he means no disrespect. He says his client, however, does. Heyman says this isn't a match Lesnar has to win, it's a match Undertaker must not lose. The fans drown out Heyman with loud "CM Punk" chants. In most cases, over the past few weeks, the Punk chants died down quickly. This week? Not so much. At least not in this case. After 20 seconds or so, they finally die down. Heyman goes on to talk about how Lesnar will break Undertaker's undefeated streak at WrestleMania. Heyman says that's not a prediction, that's a spoiler. He throws down the mic. Heyman and Lesnar turn to leave, but Lesnar stops. He turns around. He and Heyman slowly walk towards the ring. Taker takes his big robe off. Lesnar stops. He turns and walks away again. He stops again. He turns and walks back to the ring again. He stops. He puts a big smile on his face and backs off once again. Well, gee-wiz. He turns around and starts walking to the ring again. This time he circles around the outside of the ring. Heyman throws a chair in the ring and Taker goes to grab him. Lesnar attacks Taker from behind. Lesnar knocks the "Dead Man" off his feet. Lesnar hoists Taker up and nails him with his F-5 finisher. Lesnar stands over Taker, looking down at him, raising his hands in victory. His music plays and he exits the ring. He and Heyman go to leave, but Lesnar again approaches the ring. He doesn't get back in the ring, instead he grabs the bottom rope from the floor, shakes it ala Ultimate Warrior, and lets out a trademark Lesnar screech/scream. We head to our first commercial break of the evening. Big E. vs. Alberto Del Rio When we return from commercial, WWE Intercontinental Champion Big E. makes his way to the ring. Out next is Alberto Del Rio. The bell rings and these two immediately go at it. When the smoke clears, Big E. is in control of the offense. Big E. spears Del Rio in the corner and then hoists him up with a body-press over his head, dropping him down in Ultimate Warrior style for a near fall. Big E. goes for another spear in the corner, but this time Del Rio moves and the I-C champ blasts the ring post shoulder-first. Del Rio pulls Big E.'s arms outside the ring, places them on the ring steps and stomps on them. On that note, we head to a mid-match commercial. When we return from commercial, Del Rio is working over the arm of Big E. in the middle of the ring. Del Rio ends up applying a version of his Cross Armbreaker on Big E. through the ropes. Del Rio goes to fly onto Big E., but the I-C champ catches him coming off the top and slams him down to the mat. Big E. is making his big comeback now as he nails Del Rio with a belly-to-belly suplex. He goes to follow it up with a big splash, however Del Rio gets his knees up. Del Rio calls for a superkick, but Big E. avoids it. Big E. simply throws Del Rio up in the air and lets him crash down face-first. Big E. goes for the Big Ending, but Del Rio reverses it into a double-knee backbreaker. Del Rio is calling for the Cross Armbreaker. He grabs Big E., but Big E. back-body drops him. He follows that up with a big splash, this time hitting it successfully. Big E. pulls the straps down, but when he goes to pick up Del Rio, Del Rio reverses Big E. into a Cross Armbreaker. Big E. almost fights out, but Del Rio re-applies it. Big E. again tries to power out of it, and this time he does. He goes to pin Del Rio, but Del Rio grabs the bottom rope. Del Rio tries crawling out of the ring, but Big E. drags him back in. Big E. sits Del Rio on the top rope. Del Rio knocks him off, but Big E. grabs the middle rope with both arms. Del Rio jumps off the top and double-boot stomps him in the chest. Del Rio blasts Big E. with a big superkick and covers him. 1-2-3. Del Rio wins. Winner: Alberto Del Rio On Tap For Tonight ... We are told that the fans get to vote on who will face Kane tonight. The options are all three members of The Shield. We are reminded that Randy Orton vs. Batista takes place tonight. We are told that "up next" there will be a "Farewell to the Yes! Movement" segment with The Authority. Right after that, we are told that "up next" is "Follow The Buzzards," as Michael Cole says Bray Wyatt will address John Cena. I wonder which one is actually "up next?" I guess we'll find out soon enough! On that note, we head to another commercial. Backstage Segment: The Wyatt Family When we return from commercial, Michael Cole hypes up the feud brewing between Bray Wyatt and John Cena. We see some highlights of last week's RAW, complete with Cena ending up in the sheep mask tied in the ropes. After the video package concludes, we see a shot of the sheep mask backstage. The camera pans out and we see all three members of The Wyatt Family. Bray talks about craving change. Bray asks "do I have your attention now, kids?" He says he's going to burn everything they love down to the ground. He says "they're going to cry for you, John." He says in time they are going to forget you. He says then they will see you the way he does, as a monster. He sings "he's got the whole world, in his hands." Summer Rae vs. Natalya We see highlights of last night's Total Divas, with the focus being the clip where Summer Rae slaps Natalya outside of her house. After that, Summer makes her way to the ring. Michael Cole informs us that coming up after the break is Summer Rae vs. Natalya. On that note, we head to commercial. When we return from commercial, Natalya makes her way to the ring. Vickie Guerrero joins Michael Cole, Jerry Lawler and JBL on commentary. She talks about the Vickie Guerrero Diva Invitational match at WrestleMania XXX. She says the match will be one fall only. Meanwhile, in the ring, Summer gets Natalya in the corner and stomps away at the back of her head. She clotheslines her down for a near fall. Natalya fires up and suplexes Summer a few times. Summer bitch-smacks Natalya and Cole says it's a little payback. JBL corrects him, as it was Summer who smacked Natalya in the first place. Natalya goes for the Sharpshooter but Summer kicks her off. Summer goes to run out of the ring, but Natalya grabs her by the hair and yanks her back in. As she was trying to do that, Summer blasts her with a kick. Summer pins her. 1-2-3. Summer Rae wins. Winner: Summer Rae The Authority's Farewell To The "Yes!" Movement, Batista, Randy Orton As we head to another commercial, we see Triple H and Stephanie McMahon backstage making their way to the ring. When we return from commercial, Triple H's "King of Kings" theme hits and out he comes with his lovely wife Stephanie. The power couple enters the ring, both with mics in hand, and the boo's start pouring out from the fans in Washington, D.C. Stephanie talks about how Triple H is going to destroy Daniel Bryan at WrestleMania. HHH says he's not even sure how much they're going to care. He says this generation has no loyalty. He says they just wanna be part of something. They don't wanna do anything, because that might require effort, they just want to feel a part of something. He says one year ago at this time there was a big thing, and they both mock Fandango and the big "Fandango'ing" craze. The fans drown out Triple H with a "CM Punk" chant as he talks about the fans throwing away Fandango. Stephanie asks who wants to see Bryan tonight. The fans all chant "Yes!" She says Triple H was right, even they could get them to chant it. She says they can chant all they want, however, because Daniel Bryan isn't going to be here tonight. She says because that's what's best for business. HHH says Bryan and the "Yes!" movement is just a myth. He says he's not an A+ player. He says they can chant "Yes!" all they want, but it doesn't make it true. HHH says it's the same as people who think he has all the power and success because he married well. He says he has the power because of his dominance in the ring. HHH continues to talk as the fans break out into a loud "boring" chant. He introduces a video package. The video package, narrated by Stephanie McMahon, highlights what they were referring to as some "flavors of the month" that HHH went through. Among them were Booker T's spinarooni, Scott Steiner posing, RVD's thumbs, Jeff Hardy's death defying acts, Goldberg's "what's next," Chris Jericho's "RAW is Jericho," Mick Foley's cheap pops, Kurt Angle's "it's true." None of it mattered because in the end, the only thing that lasts is "The Game." After the video package, Triple H says it's not that any of those guys aren't great. He says they were all just players in the game though, and he is "The Game." He says he's "The Game" now more than ever. He says since everyone has cried about it, not only is he going to beat Daniel Bryan and the "Yes!" movement, but he's going to step in the ring with Randy Orton and Batista and show the world that he is the most powerful man in WWE. He says he'll walk out of WrestleMania as the C.O.O. of this company and as the WWE World Heavyweight Champion. As he turns to leave, Batista's music hits. Out comes "The Animal" in another ridiculous outfit. A t-shirt covered with a Georgetown basketball jersey, skinny jeans, Lugz boots and a goofy ass beret-type hat. Gotta love his dress style. Batista enters the ring and grabs a mic. The fans boo the crap out of him as usual. Some fans actually chant his name. Batista says he loves this whole "say goodbye to the yes movement" thing, he calls it really cute. He says he couldn't help but notice he wasn't in Triple H's video. He says that's because Triple H has never beaten him. HHH says he's said that plenty of times now, almost like it's all he can think of. Batista says HHH is the brains of this operation, his wife is the brawn. The fans "oooh" and "ahhh." Randy Orton's music hits. Orton comes out and tells Steph to wait a minute. He says if she's about to slap Batista again can she wait so he can get into the ring and have a front row seat. He says on second thought, save the beating for Batista to him when he faces him in the ring later tonight. Orton says he's not thrilled about a triple-threat match at WrestleMania, but he understands that it's what's best for business. He says he knows HHH is going to beat Bryan and it would be an honor to defend his titles against him, but he asks HHH to reconsider being in the match. HHH says no amount of ass kicking is going to get him out of this. He says he's going to lose his titles at WrestleMania, unless he becomes The Viper again. He says he's not even sure if he could beat that guy. He says the Orton-Batista match tonight is now no disqualification. HHH's music hits and he and Stephanie walk off. Orton and Batista look at each other, and Batista smirks. We head to commercial. The Usos & Los Matadores vs. The Real Americans & Ryback and Curtis Axel When we return from commercial, The Usos and Los Matadores are shown in the ring. On the other side of the ring, we see The Real Americans and the team of Ryback and Curtis Axel. It's time for some eight-man tag-team action. The bell rings and Ryback and Uso start things off for their respective teams. Michael Cole points out on commentary that these four teams will compete in the first match at WrestleMania XXX this Sunday, as the WWE Tag-Team Championships will be on the line during the WrestleMania pre-show on the WWE Network. Ryback backs Jimmy into the corner and makes a clean break. They lock up again and Ryback again backs him into the corner then shoves him. Jimmy fights back with a few chops. Ryback catches Jimmy on his shoulders but Jimmy fights out and hits another chop. Ryback comes back with a knee to the gut but eats a few arm drags by Jimmy. Jimmy tags in Jey Uso. Ryback hits the ropes and The Usos his a double kick to the gut. Jey covers for a one count. Ryback connects with a kick to the gut and tags in Axel. Axel charges and eats a big right hand by Jey Uso. Jey hits a chop and tags in Diego. Diego connects with a forearm and tags in Fernando. Fernando hits an arm drag and tags Jimmy Uso back in. Jimmy hits a big double ax handle to the chest of Axel and tags in Fernando. Fernando hits a shot to the gut and tags in Diego. Diego hits a big drop kick and pins for a two count. Jey Uso now tags in and connects with a shot to the gut. Axel fights back with a big right hand and tags in Cesaro. Cesaro hits a few big uppercuts, but eats a big right hand by Jey. Cesaro fights back and hits another uppercut. Swagger now tags in. Swagger lands some stomps and tosses Jey face first into the corner. He then whips him hard into the adjacent corner. Jey fights back to his feet and hits a DDT. He knocks Cesaro and Axel off the apron then low bridges Ryback. Fernando dives to the outside onto Cesaro. Jimmy flies over the top onto Ryback. Jey now tags in and goes up top. Swagger throws Uso to the floor. On that note, we head to a mid-match commercial. When we return from commercial, we see Uso and Cesaro battling in the ring. Cesaro hits a standing drop kick and covers for a two count. Jey fights back to his feet and hits a back elbow. Jey comes off the middle rope but Cesaro catches him and hits a back breaker for a close two count. Cesaro lifts Jey up and hits a suplex for a two count. Swagger now tags in. Jey gets tossed into the corner and gets hit by Swagger and Cesaro. Swagger covers for a two count. Ryback tags in and locks in a rear chin lock on Jey Uso. Jey fights back to his feet, and hits a bulldog to get separation. Ryback gets to Axel and Axel cuts off Jey. Jey gets to Jimmy for the tag. Jimmy is on fire and hits a big back elbow to Axel. Jimmy connects with a big samoan drop. Jimmy charges and hits the butt splash in the corner. He covers but Ryback breaks up the count and eats a superkick for his troubles. Axel rolls up Jimmy for behind for a two count. Swagger tags in and hits a big boot to the face. Diego breaks up the count then hits a flipping splash on the outside to Cesaro. Swagger goes for the Swagger bomb, but lands and eats a kick to the head by Jimmy. Fernando flies off the top but Swagger catches him and locks in The Patriot lock. Uso comes in and gets slammed by Swagger. After that, the Los Matadores pull the ole' "switch-a-roo." Swagger goes to grab him, but he rolls him up. 1-2-3. Los Matadores and The Usos get the win. After the match, we head to commercial. Winners: The Usos & Los Matadores Fandango & Damien Sandow vs. Goldust & Cody Rhodes When we return from commercial, Fandango is in the middle of his entrance. We see Summer Rae doing a split in front of him as he does the Fandango pose. Already in the ring is Damien Sandow, who is Fandango's tag-partner, and their opponents, Goldust and Cody Rhodes. Rhodes and Sandow start things off for their respective teams. Sandow whips Cody hard into the corner, but Cody hits a back elbow and goes up top, but Sandow bails out of the ring. Sandow now tags in Fandango. Fandango eats a big hip toss by Fandango. Fandango whips Cody hard chest first into the corner. Sandow now tags back in. Sandow lands a shot to the gut and a headbutt followed by some stomps to a fallen Cody. Cody and Sandow are now on the outside. Sandow tosses Cody face first off the apron and rolls him back in the ring. Sandow covers for a one count. Fandango now tags back in. Fandango hits a suplex and covers for a two count. Fandango tosses Cody face first into the corner and tags in Sandow. Sandow lands a kick to the gut and drops a knee to the face of Cody for a two count. Sandow locks in a rear chin lock. Cody fights back to his feet with right hands. Cody tries to make a tag but Sandow hits a drop toe hold to stop him. Cody fights Sandow off and tags in Goldust. Goldust hits some clothesline and hits hits uppercut. Goldust hits a spinbuster and connects with a big atomic drop to Fandango. Fandango gets tossed to the outside. Goldust connects with a powerslam and covers but it's broken up by Fandango. The finish comes when Goldust nails Sandow out of the blue with his "Final Cut" finisher. 1-2-3. The Rhodes Brothers get the "W." After the match, we head to commercial. Winners: Goldust & Cody Rhodes Backstage Segment: The Shield When we return from commercial, Michael Cole introduces a video package that highlights the history of The Shield feud with Kane and The New Age Outlaws. After the video package, we are reminded once again that we can vote on the WWE App to decide which member of The Shield will face Kane tonight. Backstage, we see all three members of The Shield. Seth Rollins says he almost feels bad for Kane. He says it doesn't matter who wins the App vote, Kane's in a bad way. Dean Ambrose says the important thing to remember is that they didn't disrespect them, they disrespected us. Roman Reigns says The Shield is not to be messed with. Believe that. And believe in The Shield. Bray Wyatt vs. R-Truth The Wyatt Family cut-in happens. We see Bray Wyatt with his latern. "Washington, D.C. ...we're here." The crowd pops and The Wyatt Family makes their way to the ring. Michael Cole says Bray Wyatt is in action live, next on Monday Night RAW. We head to another commercial. When we return from commercial, R-Truth is already standing in the ring. Erick Rowan and Luke Harper are in Wyatt's corner, and Xavier Woods is in Truth's. Wyatt goes to work as soon as the bell sounds. Wyatt is dominating Truth here in the early goings. Truth gets in a little bit of offense, including a big spinning kick, but seconds later, Wyatt launches his own body into Truth's and nearly rips him in half. Wyatt taunts John Cena a bit as he continues to punish Truth. Truth tries to fight back with some punches, but Wyatt headbutts him and throws him out to the floor. The other Wyatt Family members beat him up a bit and throw him back in the ring. Back in the ring, Wyatt stomps away at a grounded Truth. Wyatt hits a big spinning-chest-breaker type of move, slamming Truth's chest across his own knee. Wyatt picks Truth up, hits him with his Sister Abigail finisher, and that's all she wrote. Winner: Bray Wyatt After The Match: John Cena Plays Mind Games After the match, Xavier Woods comes to check on his friend, but all three members of The Wyatt Family beat him down. Wyatt yells out "this is not the beginning, this is the end." He kneels down, the lights dim, and they pose. From behind, we see another guy in a sheep mask and blue cover-alls standing behind the three Wyatt Family members. He tilts his head in the sheep mask side to side, takes the mask off, and we see it's John Cena. The lights come back on and Cena attacks The Wyatt Family. They scurry out of the ring and retreat up the ramp. Wyatt sits on the ramp singing "he's got the whole world in his hands" as Cena's music plays and he poses in the ring. We head to a commercial. LumberJill Match AJ Lee vs. Naomi When we return from commercial, we see a video package highlighting Vickie Guerrero announcing the Diva Invitational for WrestleMania XXX. After that, we shoot to the ring, where AJ Lee's music is playing. She's already in the ring, as is her opponent, Naomi. There are a bunch of Divas outside the ring, as this is apparently a Lumber Jill match. The "CM Punk" chants begin as soon as the bell rings. AJ is thrown to the floor early, and the Divas quickly throw her back in. AJ gets the better of Naomi and throws her to the outside of the ring. None of the Divas do anything. AJ throws a fit and goes out to get her for herself. She rolls Naomi back in the ring and then the Divas attack AJ and throw her back in. Back in the ring, Naomi lands some kicks on AJ but AJ blasts Naomi with a big kick to the face to slow her down. Naomi finally slows AJ down and lands a big dropkick. And another. She goes for a pin but only gets a two count. Naomi kicks AJ to the floor. The Divas all go to gang up on AJ, but Tamina stands in front of her to defend her. All of the Divas attack Tamina and then get to AJ. They beat up AJ and throw her back in the ring. Naomi blasts AJ and pins her. 1-2-3. Naomi wins. We head to a commercial after the match. Winner: Naomi Renee Young Interviews John Cena When we return from commercial, Renee Young is backstage with John Cena. Cena, without the sheep mask, mentions desperate times call for desperate measures. He says Bray has said a lot of things. He says he's going to turn John Cena into a monster. He tells Bray to be careful for what he wishes for. He promises this Sunday we will see John Cena and John Cena will be a monster. He says being a monster for a day will secure a legacy for a lifetime. He says he is afraid but the best thing about fear is that you get to face it. RAW Panel With Bad News Barrett We head up to the RAW panel, which this week consists of Josh Mathews, Alex Riley, Booker T and Bad News Barrett. They talk about the John Cena-Bray Wyatt match at this Sunday's WrestleMania XXX. Barrett says he has some bad news for John Cena. He says it's 3-on-1 and even though two of those three are on the outside of the ring, they will make all the difference in the world and Cena will lose. Roman Reigns vs. Kane After that, they air a video package showing what Brock Lesnar did to The Undertaker earlier in the evening. Then, we shoot to Jerry Lawler in the ring. He has the results of the WWE App poll. The member of The Shield that the WWE Universe voted to face Kane tonight is Roman Reigns, who garnered 80 percent of the vote. The Shield's music hits and Reigns makes his way through the crowd alone. We head to a commercial. When we return from commercial, The Shield's music is still playing and Reigns is standing in the ring waiting. The pyro explodes and "Corporate" Kane makes his way to the ring. The bell rings and Kane backs Reigns into a corner. Reigns circles out and lights him up with punches. Kane ends up dropping Reigns and puts the boots to him. Kane drops Reigns with a back-elbow off the ropes and nails him with a clothesline in the corner. He side-slams him and calls for the chokeslam. Reigns gets up and Kane grabs him by the throat. Reigns muscles Kane's grip off of his throat and fires up on offense. Reigns flies all over the ring, knocking Kane down repeatedly. Reigns hits his flying boot-to-the-face from the ground to the apron. Back in the ring, Reigns is waiting for Kane to get up for the spear. He turns to see The New Age Outlaws making their way down the ramp. Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins jump them from behind and beat them down. Reigns spears Kane. Ambrose and Rollins enter the ring. All three members of The Shield stomp away at Kane and the ref calls for the bell. Winner via DQ: Kane After The Match They go to hit the triple-powerbomb on Kane, but The New Age Outlaws hit the ring. The Shield knock The Outlaws out of the ring. They go for the triple powerbomb again, but The New Age Outlaws save Kane by pulling him out of the ring. The Shield's music plays and we get a staredown. We head to another commercial. Special WrestleMania XXX Edition Of "Piper's Pit" When we return from commercial, already in the ring is "Rowdy" Roddy Piper. He talks about how it's WrestleMania season. He says 29 years ago today, he had the honor to be in the main event of the first WrestleMania ever. He says there's one man who helped make WrestleMania what it is today. He says that man is Andre The Giant. He says this Sunday there will be 30 Superstars in the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal for the chance to make their WrestleMania moment. As he continues to talk, The Miz's music hits and cuts him off. The two say "really?" back-and-forth to each other. He says unlike Andre The Giant, he's actually won the main event of WrestleMania. Sheamus cuts them off and comes out to the ring. Sheamus puts down The Miz and puts over Roddy Piper. He says he's going to win the Andre Battle Royal. Next to interupt everyone is Titus O'Neil. O'Neil talks about how he's going to win the Andre Battle Royal. Piper flips out everytime someone interupts him. Out next is Dolph Ziggler. Ziggler says he's going to steal the spotlight this Sunday. Piper pokes Miz in the eyes and Sheamus grabs him. All four guys start battling it out. The rest of the entrants in the battle royal hit the ring and everyone brawls. In the end, Big Show finally comes down and cleans house. We head to another commercial break. No Disqualification Match - Batista vs. Randy Orton When we return from commercial, Batista's music hits and out walks "The Animal." Out next is his opponent tonight, and one of his opponents at WrestleMania XXX this Sunday on pay-per-view, the current WWE World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton. Orton drapes both titles across his shoulders as he arrogantly makes his way to the ring for this No-DQ match. Before the bell rings, "The King Of Kings" theme hits and out walks The Authority -- Triple H and Stephanie McMahon. The two join Michael Cole, Jerry Lawler and JBL on commentary for tonight's RAW main event. The bell rings and our no disqualification main event is officially underway. The fight quickly spills out to the floor and Orton gains the upper-hand over "The Animal." Orton continues to beat Batista outside the ring for a while. He whips him back-first into the barricade. Orton clotheslines Batista over the barricade. Batista comes back over with a chair and blasts Orton across the back. And again. He goes for a third shot but Orton avoids it. Orton slams Batista's head into the announce table. Orton slams Batista into the barricade again. Triple H on commentary says he likes seeing this "Viper" side of Orton again. Orton nails Batista with a chair as Triple H says, "I'm betting Batista wishes he was on a Hollywood set right about now." "The Animal" rolls back in the ring, as does Orton, with a chair, but Batista catches him coming in with a big punch. The fight spills out to the floor again and Batista gets the upper hand. They're near the announce table now where Triple H tells Batista, "that's it Dave, show me the Animal." Batista says, "You wanna see The Animal?" and then slams Orton back-first into the ring apron. Cole keeps questioning HHH why he would want to push these guys knowing he's got to step into the ring with them this Sunday. Stephanie laughs and says she thoughts Cole was smarter than that. Back in the ring, Batista nails Orton with a big spinebuster. Batista calls for the Batista-Bomb. He goes for it, but Orton reverses it into a backbreaker. Orton nails Batista with his draping-DDT off the middle ropes. He taunts the fans. Out of nowhere, we hear some comotion on commentary. The camera shoots over and we see Daniel Bryan attacking Triple H at the announce table. Orton goes to make the save and Bryan lights him up as well. Eventually the numbers game is too much for him and Orton slams Bryan into the ring steps. The fans break out into a big "Daniel Bryan" chant as Orton throws Bryan into the ring. Orton goes back in the ring, only to get blasted by a spear from Batista. Now Bryan is back up and he nails Batista with a big kick to the head. He follows that up with his Running Knee. Bryan dives onto Triple H on the floor. Bryan is like a bat out of hell now, going berzerker mode on HHH on the floor as the crowd goes ballistic. Bryan grabs a kendo stick and starts whacking the hell out of "The Game." The fans chant "Yes!" as the stick lands each time. HHH and Stephanie retreat up the aisle as Bryan stands tall on the top rope. He leads the fans in a giant "Yes!" chant. It's a pretty cool looking scene, as literally everyone in the building, at the same time, is doing the hands-up "Yes!" gesture, led by their man, and the guy who could become the next WWE World Heavyweight Champion this Sunday at WrestleMania XXX, Daniel Bryan. 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WWE RAW Results – March 31, 2014

Bray Wyatt vs. R-Truth

The Wyatt Family cut-in happens. We see Bray Wyatt with his latern. “Washington, D.C. …we’re here.” The crowd pops and The Wyatt Family makes their way to the ring. Michael Cole says Bray Wyatt is in action live, next on Monday Night RAW. We head to another commercial.

When we return from commercial, R-Truth is already standing in the ring. Erick Rowan and Luke Harper are in Wyatt’s corner, and Xavier Woods is in Truth’s. Wyatt goes to work as soon as the bell sounds. Wyatt is dominating Truth here in the early goings.

Truth gets in a little bit of offense, including a big spinning kick, but seconds later, Wyatt launches his own body into Truth’s and nearly rips him in half. Wyatt taunts John Cena a bit as he continues to punish Truth. Truth tries to fight back with some punches, but Wyatt headbutts him and throws him out to the floor. The other Wyatt Family members beat him up a bit and throw him back in the ring.

Back in the ring, Wyatt stomps away at a grounded Truth. Wyatt hits a big spinning-chest-breaker type of move, slamming Truth’s chest across his own knee. Wyatt picks Truth up, hits him with his Sister Abigail finisher, and that’s all she wrote.

Winner: Bray Wyatt

After The Match: John Cena Plays Mind Games

After the match, Xavier Woods comes to check on his friend, but all three members of The Wyatt Family beat him down. Wyatt yells out “this is not the beginning, this is the end.” He kneels down, the lights dim, and they pose.

From behind, we see another guy in a sheep mask and blue cover-alls standing behind the three Wyatt Family members. He tilts his head in the sheep mask side to side, takes the mask off, and we see it’s John Cena. The lights come back on and Cena attacks The Wyatt Family. They scurry out of the ring and retreat up the ramp. Wyatt sits on the ramp singing “he’s got the whole world in his hands” as Cena’s music plays and he poses in the ring. We head to a commercial.

LumberJill Match
AJ Lee vs. Naomi

When we return from commercial, we see a video package highlighting Vickie Guerrero announcing the Diva Invitational for WrestleMania XXX. After that, we shoot to the ring, where AJ Lee’s music is playing. She’s already in the ring, as is her opponent, Naomi. There are a bunch of Divas outside the ring, as this is apparently a Lumber Jill match.

The “CM Punk” chants begin as soon as the bell rings. AJ is thrown to the floor early, and the Divas quickly throw her back in. AJ gets the better of Naomi and throws her to the outside of the ring. None of the Divas do anything. AJ throws a fit and goes out to get her for herself. She rolls Naomi back in the ring and then the Divas attack AJ and throw her back in.

Back in the ring, Naomi lands some kicks on AJ but AJ blasts Naomi with a big kick to the face to slow her down. Naomi finally slows AJ down and lands a big dropkick. And another. She goes for a pin but only gets a two count. Naomi kicks AJ to the floor. The Divas all go to gang up on AJ, but Tamina stands in front of her to defend her. All of the Divas attack Tamina and then get to AJ. They beat up AJ and throw her back in the ring. Naomi blasts AJ and pins her. 1-2-3. Naomi wins. We head to a commercial after the match.

Winner: Naomi

Renee Young Interviews John Cena

When we return from commercial, Renee Young is backstage with John Cena. Cena, without the sheep mask, mentions desperate times call for desperate measures. He says Bray has said a lot of things. He says he’s going to turn John Cena into a monster. He tells Bray to be careful for what he wishes for. He promises this Sunday we will see John Cena and John Cena will be a monster. He says being a monster for a day will secure a legacy for a lifetime. He says he is afraid but the best thing about fear is that you get to face it.

RAW Panel With Bad News Barrett

We head up to the RAW panel, which this week consists of Josh Mathews, Alex Riley, Booker T and Bad News Barrett. They talk about the John Cena-Bray Wyatt match at this Sunday’s WrestleMania XXX. Barrett says he has some bad news for John Cena. He says it’s 3-on-1 and even though two of those three are on the outside of the ring, they will make all the difference in the world and Cena will lose.

Roman Reigns vs. Kane

After that, they air a video package showing what Brock Lesnar did to The Undertaker earlier in the evening. Then, we shoot to Jerry Lawler in the ring. He has the results of the WWE App poll. The member of The Shield that the WWE Universe voted to face Kane tonight is Roman Reigns, who garnered 80 percent of the vote. The Shield’s music hits and Reigns makes his way through the crowd alone. We head to a commercial.

When we return from commercial, The Shield’s music is still playing and Reigns is standing in the ring waiting. The pyro explodes and “Corporate” Kane makes his way to the ring.

The bell rings and Kane backs Reigns into a corner. Reigns circles out and lights him up with punches. Kane ends up dropping Reigns and puts the boots to him. Kane drops Reigns with a back-elbow off the ropes and nails him with a clothesline in the corner. He side-slams him and calls for the chokeslam. Reigns gets up and Kane grabs him by the throat. Reigns muscles Kane’s grip off of his throat and fires up on offense.

Reigns flies all over the ring, knocking Kane down repeatedly. Reigns hits his flying boot-to-the-face from the ground to the apron. Back in the ring, Reigns is waiting for Kane to get up for the spear. He turns to see The New Age Outlaws making their way down the ramp. Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins jump them from behind and beat them down. Reigns spears Kane. Ambrose and Rollins enter the ring. All three members of The Shield stomp away at Kane and the ref calls for the bell.

Winner via DQ: Kane

After The Match

They go to hit the triple-powerbomb on Kane, but The New Age Outlaws hit the ring. The Shield knock The Outlaws out of the ring. They go for the triple powerbomb again, but The New Age Outlaws save Kane by pulling him out of the ring. The Shield’s music plays and we get a staredown. We head to another commercial.

Special WrestleMania XXX Edition Of “Piper’s Pit”

When we return from commercial, already in the ring is “Rowdy” Roddy Piper. He talks about how it’s WrestleMania season. He says 29 years ago today, he had the honor to be in the main event of the first WrestleMania ever. He says there’s one man who helped make WrestleMania what it is today. He says that man is Andre The Giant. He says this Sunday there will be 30 Superstars in the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal for the chance to make their WrestleMania moment.

As he continues to talk, The Miz’s music hits and cuts him off. The two say “really?” back-and-forth to each other. He says unlike Andre The Giant, he’s actually won the main event of WrestleMania. Sheamus cuts them off and comes out to the ring. Sheamus puts down The Miz and puts over Roddy Piper. He says he’s going to win the Andre Battle Royal.

Next to interupt everyone is Titus O’Neil. O’Neil talks about how he’s going to win the Andre Battle Royal. Piper flips out everytime someone interupts him. Out next is Dolph Ziggler. Ziggler says he’s going to steal the spotlight this Sunday. Piper pokes Miz in the eyes and Sheamus grabs him. All four guys start battling it out. The rest of the entrants in the battle royal hit the ring and everyone brawls. In the end, Big Show finally comes down and cleans house. We head to another commercial break.

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Matt Boone

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  • Buzzard Follower

    “It’s inevitable the streak will be broken” God I hope not. I said it before I’ll say it again the only way the streak should end is for a young star about to breakout huge like austin in 97 or daniel bryan now someone so over with the crowd if they ended the streak the fans would not turn on them.

    • scott

      No, the streak should not end and it would look stupid if DB was the one to do it

      • G.I.R.L.

        Incorrect. The streak SHOULD end. He has the most wins of any PPV and of any Mania and that will NEVER be topped. However, as Taker himself said, his legacy should not be bigger than the industry. It’s no longer a matter of “if”; when he does lose, it should be to put someone over.

        • scott

          No it shouldn’t.

          • G.I.R.L.

            Yeshuh.

          • scott

            So it should end to the smallest and lightest guy hes ever faced that would look stupid and would make that streak look fake and stupid and would ruin it. Even if it is Daniel Bryan he should not break it

          • G.I.R.L.

            Well the streak is “fake”, technically, so minus 1 for you.

            I said nothing of DBry. DBry doesn’t need the win.

            You know who could use the win? Cesaro, Reigns, the list goes on but those two are at the top and would make the match “believable” as either one is definitely strong enough to bench Taker effortlessly.

          • B.O.Y

            IWC Mania:

            CM Punk vs Daniel Bryan (10 stages of Hell for all WWE/WCW/ECW titles in history (one of the stages being a 3 hour Iron Man match))

            John Cena turns heel and F5s a make-a-wish kid through a burning table from the turnbuckle..

            Everybody turns heel

            CM Punk on commentary by himself

            Seth Rollins vs Dolph Ziggler vs Cesaro vs Undertaker

            Batista vs Triple H (dark match)

          • DoubleD

            Lmfao this is the funniest card ive ever seen

          • Harry Be

            Lol hell yeah

          • Donny Octave

            Wait, if Punk is in a 10 stages of hell match, how is he doing commentary also?

            And im so gonna do this in WWE 2k14, just for the hell of it!

      • Noah

        I agree the Streak should NEVER end.If WWE wanted to end the Streak,It would of ended a couple years ago.Not now.Daniel Bryan would NOT be a threat to end the Streak.

  • Buzzard Follower

    I love summer rea

  • Fantasma Del Guapo

    So who has the highest-pitch scream?: Lesnar, Heyman, or Summer Rae??

    • Bam Bam

      Melina

    • raVen

      Dafney

  • Buzzard Follower

    Am I the only one who wants to see hhh vs batista one more time with hhh getting the win

    • G.I.R.L.

      Yes, you are. You should be banned for wanting to see that match.

      Granted, it would probably be better than all those Orton vs Cena matches we used to get.

      • Buzzard Follower

        wow that’s harsh. it’s not like i want it to main event wrestlemania or be for the title. i just want to see hhh bury the only man he hasnt batista. think of it as hhh burial bingo

        • G.I.R.L.

          I’m teasing you, cutiepie.

  • TheBear

    Triple H buried so many people in that segment, why has no one called the police!?!?!

    • Fantasma Del Guapo

      Yeah man, normally I know Steph is just trolling but watching her narrate the entire Chronicles of the Glass Ceiling like that really made me change the channel.

    • G.I.R.L.

      LOL I was thinking the same.

      HHH does a good job at getting people to dislike him.

  • G.I.R.L.

    I’ve never rooted for HHH to lose this much until that video package was shown.

  • Buzzard Follower

    Feel free to add to the list I ran out of room. The hhh video was an inspiration to the art of the burial. Heres a few more mvp,titus oneil,the great khali, ect.

    • Joshidanger

      The Chosen One Drew McIntyre, Heath Slater and Justin Gabriel, Damien Sandow, Paul London, JR as an announcer many times over, Vader in the 90’s along with Bam Bam Bigelow, Alex Riley, Christian, Tazz are just a few more that come to my mind.

      • Noah

        Triple H didn’t bury MacIntyre,Slater,Gabriel,Sandow and London.They just suck.It was Shawn Michaels that buried Vader in the mid 90’s.And Bam Bam Bigelow quit cause he couldn’t stand HBK and Kevin Nash.Bam Bam wasn’t buried.

        • joshidanger

          If you actually read Buzzard Followers post, it doesn’t say Triple H burials. And I quote “The hhh video was an inspiration to the art of the burial.” These are al guys that have been buried over the years. Maybe, just maybe, know what the conversation about before you comment. Just saying.

          • Noah

            I don’t need to read Buzzard Followers post cause he and almost everyone else on here always say Triple H buries everyone.He doesn’t.Everyone on that list sucked except Booker T.Mr.Kennedy wasn’t buried.He was fired cause he was always hurt and was careless in the ring.

          • joshidanger

            So you dont need to read what the conversation is all about. Just so long you know that you are right about everything, because you are the most in the know person on the net that has all the answers. Do you yourself work for the WWE? Do you, yourself get the real scoop on what happens backstage. I doubt it. Highly. Even if these things are reported by the WWE they are just telling you what they want you to know.

      • Cool Night

        Drew McIntyre was garbage. Overrated on the net as something great… if he was great and had it, they would have given it to him. Heath Slater isn’t meant to be taken seriously. Justin Gabriel… is a jobber dude. Sandow still has a chance, and probably gets back on the ball after WM is over. Tazz wasn’t meant to go that far. Nobody expected him to win the WWE title or be main event material. Christian…. already sick of this guy being claimed to be better than he really is. He’s not as great as people on the net think he is.

        • Donny Octave

          I agree with pretty much all you’ve said, BUT… as far as the McIntyre thing goes… they brought him on TV as Vince McMahon’s “Chosen One.” He went on an impressive winning streak, held the IC title, had the look, and actually fit his role pretty well. And how exactly do you know that they weren’t going to give him that push? From what i remember, they had plans for the guy, until his little Playboy Bunny ruined it. Now, i know that i could be completely wrong here, but I actually like Drew, not just because he was/is an internet darling, but because he’s just good. Enough said on that. But as far as the others go…

          Heath Slater – Didn’t Stand A Chance.
          Justin Gabriel – Could have made it well in the tag team division.
          Damien Sandow – If the belt wasn’t unified, he’d have been World Heavyweight Champion at least once by now.
          Tazz – Who cares?
          Christian – Had his chance, but Vince never saw him as “The Guy.”

          And not everything is “the net’s” fault. That’s just jumping on the bandwagon there… By bashing “the net” you are therefore also in a sense, bashing yourself.

          Now in the words of the great Mick Foley… Have A Nice Day!

    • Cool Night

      Booker T got his push…when it mattered. Wade Barrett and Dolph Ziggler are good so they still have a chance. And that’s only because people still give them a reaction.
      LMAO at Carlito… Who believed this guy was going to end up anywhere? Only a few months in, and you could tell this guy was going to be nobody. Kennedy at least looked like he would end up somewhere big as did Ryback. Nexus wasn’t stopped of a push..they went all the way. Who expected Nexus to last over one year? Stables don’t last that long anymore, that’s why they don’t make them anymore. People get bored of them after 3 months. It’s not the 90s or early 00s anymore where wrestling could get away with that shiit.
      Curtis Axel simply SUCKS. That’s why he’s pushed nowhere. Deuce n Domino… they were lucky they had two sets of tag team titles and only three teams on each show because they wouldn’t have won shiit in today’s WWE. Zeke was a joke.. Kofi Kingston… nobody really cares about this dude. Let’s be realistic. Matt Hardy got as far as he was going to get.. lucky for him Edge helped him get just a little bit further than he deserved because he wasn’t that great. Jeff Hardy surpassed him.

      • Buzzard Follower

        yeah i agree with most things u said but these guys still all got buried one way or another

      • George

        The shield pretty sure they have been together over a year now!

      • Donny Octave

        Stables don’t last over a year? So does that mean that The Shield is not a stable? And yes, if three or more wrestlers are in a group together on more than one or two shows, then they are a stable.

  • scott

    For this to be a close out Raw heading into Mania this was a terrible Raw.

  • Aperture

    Let’s be honest….Cena is going to bury the sh*t out of Bray Wyatt.

    • scott

      You’re honestly riding Cena’s jock too much dude. You’re gonna look real dumb come sunday

      • Aperture

        K.

      • Donny Octave

        He’s just saying what we all are expecting “dude.” Hardly anyone starting fresh has gotten past Cena and kept a full head of steam going forward.

    • Reality

      people aren’t capable of using the word “bury” correctly nowadays…

      • Aperture

        Define “bury” if you believe you know the correct usage of the word…

        • Reality

          because you think being burried means losing a match at Mania in one of the main events against the number one guy? Seriously? You really need me to explain?

          • Aperture

            Yes, I do need you to explain.

          • Reality

            *sigh*, here: ”

            The worked lowering (relegation) of a popular wrestler’s status in the eyes of the fans. It is the act of a promoter or booker causing a wrestler to lose popularity by forcing him to lose in squash matches, continuously,and/or participate in unentertaining or degrading storylines. It can be a form of punishment for real-life backstage disagreements or feuds between the wrestler and the booker, the wrestler falling out of favor with the company, or the wrestler receiving an unpopular gimmick that causes him to lose credibility regardless of win-loss record.

            Bump”

          • Aperture

            Lets list the people that Cena has faced who have lost most (if not all) of their credibility:

            1. Rey Mysterio – After Money in the Bank 2011

            2. Wade Barrett and Justin Gabriel – After Summerslam 2010
            3. The Miz – Over The Limit 2011
            4. R-Truth – Capital Punishment 2012
            5. Brock Lesnar – Extreme Rules 2012
            6. Kane – Before Rock feud in 2013
            7. Ryback – Extreme Rules 2013
            8. Mark Henry – Money in the Bank 2013
            9. Alberto Del Rio – Hell in the Cell 2013
            10. Damien Sandow – The next night on RAW

            Most of these guys haven’t been the same since their feuds with Cena. Look at where these guys are now. They are complete jokes. Most of them went down to jobber or lower mid card status. Damien Sandow held on to that Money in the Bank for 9 months just to lose to a one armed man. Mark Henry had all the momentum in the world after that golden promo, but once again was stopped by Cena.

          • Reality

            What you just did is correlation. Cena didn’t bury anyone (except Nexus). Read at the definition I gave you again, then realise what it actually means. One lost to Cena doesn’t mean bury. If I would use your logic, then hell the entire roster has been buried! Cm Punk has been buried! Hbk was buried by Cena at Mania! HHH too! Incredible! just please read the definition again and stop saying Bray is gonna get buried.

          • Aperture

            I am staying by that statement. Most of the people that Cena has feuded with are now stuck in some deep sh*t. I will put some of the blame on the creative, but the proof is in the pudding.

          • Reality

            Yeah I’m not saying it’s false. It is true that undercard/new talents being put in the spotlight with Cena have been cursed later on or something. Mark Henry is a bad example. Three examples are very correct: Wade Barrett, Dolph Ziggler (can’t believe you forgot him, TLC ppv ladder match) and Damian Sandow.. Just saying that Cena burying people isn’t the most clever thing to say

          • G.I.R.L.

            One of the ex WWE writers mentioned that Cena’s character has a tendency to damage the character(s) he performs with.

            It’s in one of the new articles on this site.

    • George

      Cena will win but burial far from it!! Bray will get tons out of this match!!

      • Aperture

        That is what people said about Damien Sandow…

    • http://www.rabidpictures.com yrabadi

      I think Bray is going over at WM.

      • Aperture

        I really do hope so…

        • G.I.R.L.

          We all do.

  • Buzzard Follower

    I loved that last segment Batista and Orton were having a good match and Bryan running wild ended a mediocre raw with a great ending. Scenes like that get me pumped for wm

  • G.I.R.L.

    Now I’m certain that Batista will walk out of Mania as the champ, setting up a feud with DBry afterward.

    I’m also certain that AJ will retain (hopefully).

    • Reality

      I wouldn’t be so sure. Just because Bryan had the upper hand doesn’t mean he’ll lose.

    • http://www.rabidpictures.com yrabadi

      I would be inclined to agree with you on AJ, however learning she’s engaged to Punk, I think they’re going to job her out. She may be off TV for a bit, like you mentioned earlier.
      As for Bryan, yeah, not looking good. I want him to end the show as champ, but as I have been saying for a while, I think Batista has the win written in to his contract. Batista is leaving as champ.

    • Donny Octave

      I disagree on the AJ thing, i remember hearing something along the lines of she’s gonna lose the title at Mania. I think it was a podcast or something, and it was said that it was in a Total Divas ad or something like that, someone from the show’s gonna win it. I just hope it’s not the f*cking cherry head Eva Marie.

      • G.I.R.L.

        I’m not opposed to Naomi winning it but what does it say about her character if it takes having to be in a ring with 13 other girls jumping on the champ in order to win it? It’s just an awful scenario to me.

        Eva having the title would definitely make clear WWE’s feelings on the division lol I don’t want her, Cameron, Nattie or the Bellas (please no!) walking out as champ.

        • Donny Octave

          At this point, why even have a Diva’s title?

          • G.I.R.L.

            The same reason they have other titles: to give the illusion of being important in/to your division.

          • Donny Octave

            Who honestly believes the Diva’s are important anymore?

  • Jack
    • scott

      nice try dude

  • http://www.Twitter.com/Daniell02242471 Mrs. Ambrose #MNW

    This RAW was pretty good tonight.

    • Noah

      I can’t wait for WM 30 hun!!!!.

      • http://www.Twitter.com/Daniell02242471 Mrs. Ambrose #MNW

        I can’t wait either I am sooooo excited!!!!.

        • Noah

          Batista the next WWE World Heavyweight Champion!!!.

          • http://www.Twitter.com/Daniell02242471 Mrs. Ambrose #MNW

            I am rooting for Batista too.

  • satishwarne708

    Good RAW hope WM 30 ends on a similar note!

  • B.O.Y

    Triple H is a great heel… looking forward to Daniel Bryan vs Triple H..

  • 808state

    I expected raw to be a whole lot better leading into wrestlemania. I don’t think it was that good of a show.

  • raVen

    internet mark aside, that was an awesome video for HHH.
    The Orton/Batista brawl was good. thank goodness those two had weapons.
    The Uso’s deserve so much more.
    Reigns is a lock for WHC if he continues at this pace. he just keeps getting better.
    If she had a different voice Steph would be the best announcer since Heenan.
    pretty decent show all in all.