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Seth Rollins called out Randy Orton

Whether Seth Rollins’ trust of Randy Orton was truly as “shameful” as The Apex Predator insisted is a matter of opinion. After all, family trusts family. But after allowing The Viper into their henhouse and infighting themselves out of the building before he made his move, The Authority opened Raw with egg on their face and revenge on their minds. In a particularly payback-centric mindset was Mr. Money in the Bank, who accepted The Apex Predator’s call for a WrestleMania match to settle their score, provided he also went toe-to-toe against Rollins in the main event of Raw.

Being far more difficult to dupe than his heir apparent, Orton wasn’t exactly fooled by Rollins’ transparency. Knowing full-well he’d have to endure a five-on-one beatdown to punch his ticket to Santa Clara, Calif., Orton accepted Mr. Money in the Bank’s caveat with a warning of his own. When the beating did come, he said, The Authority better finish the job, lest Orton complete his own retribution and destroy Rollins entirely at The Show of Shows.

Seth Rollins vs Randy Orton

True to Randy Orton’s prediction, the squabbles between the infighting Authority (Jamie Noble quit! Triple H threatened his protégé!) turned out to be little more than a ruse to lull Orton into a false sense of security before his match against Seth Rollins. No sooner had Rollins made his entrance than the corporate crew reformed and closed ranks around Mr. Money in the Bank, leaving The Viper thoroughly outfoxed. What happened next, however, really was surprising.

Before Orton could be sent packing to the emergency room, the lights cut out and Sting came to the aid of The Apex Predator, clubbing Kane with the baseball bat and Stinger Splashing J&J Security before dispatching Noble with the Scorpion Death Drop. Orton followed suit with an RKO to Joey Mercury, and The Authority, duly rebuked, backed off from the scorpion-snake tandem. Unfortunately for Rollins, his WrestleMania fate may already be sealed anyway. Thirteen days till, well, showtime.

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Randy Orton Officially Rejoined The Authority

Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: A model employee is, erm, forcibly terminated by his employer, only to return with an understandable grudge against those who sent him packing. Cooler heads prevail and he’s allowed to return, though it took literally tripping up Public Enemy No. 1 to cement his allegiance for The Authority to allow him back with open arms.

Only, in Randy Orton’s case, his re-induction into The Authority wasn’t without its hiccups. The Viper responded to his official welcome back with a “joke.” That is to say, he roasted Big Show, Kane and J&J Security before foretelling a rather gruesome dismantling of Seth Rollins, before playing the whole thing off for yucks at the end. About the only members of The Authority who bought the joke were Rollins and Big Show, though the results of Raw’s main-event Handicap Match would truly determine if Orton’s future in The Authority was a laughing matter.

Seth Rollins and Randy Orton vs Roman Reigns

Is it possible to end up a loser twice in the span of one match? If you’re Seth Rollins, the answer is yes and yes. First, Mr. Money in the Bank took a loss in the traditional sense to Roman Reigns, who avenged his defeat at Rollins’ hands last week by Spearing The Architect out of his boots. Then he lost in another sense to Randy Orton. After manipulating The Authority all night — allowing Kane & Big Show to get themselves ejected and convincing Rollins to send J&J Security packing, too — Orton finally had Rollins alone in the ring after said Spear.

All “jokes” aside, the double-bird that Orton flipped Rollins at the moment of truth turned out to be the least painful thing The Apex Predator subjected his prey to. The Viper chased Rollins throughout the entire arena, whispering venomous nothings into his ear all the way and culminating the beatdown with an RKO through the announce table. It wasn’t outta nowhere, per se. In fact, it was a long time coming. But there was still nothing Rollins could do to stop it, which made it all the more satisfying.

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Roman Reigns confronted Seth Rollins

Seth Rollins opened Raw in a positively Zen mood, having successfully goaded Jon Stewart to trek across the bridge and into Brick City to appear on Raw after their online back-and-forth led to a dustup on “The Daily Show” last week. Of course, Roman Reigns ain’t one to let his enemies relax for long. The No. 1 contender to Brock Lesnar’s WWE World Heavyweight Championship put a swift end to Rollins’ showboating, though. Reigns crashed Mr. Money in the Bank’s opening segment, socking him in the mouth and obliterating J&J Security with a Superman Punch (to Jamie Noble) and a Spear (to Joey Mercury). Let’s just say, if Stewart throws a right hand half as good as Reigns does, Rollins has got himself in deep trouble.

The Daily Show with Seth Rollins

Enough about moments of Zen, time for the moment of truth: Jon Stewart finally chose to reveal himself to Seth Rollins about two-thirds of the way through Raw, right as Mr. Money in the Bank was eviscerating the late-night mainstay by mounting a one-man production of “The Daily Show with Seth Rollins.” Stewart, who brought no backup of his own, stepped up to Rollins with true Jersey bravado and called the legitimacy of his Money in the Bank victory into question, but understandably withered ever so slightly when J&J Security advanced on the outmatched anchor.

What a relief, then, that Randy Orton showed up? Strange as it sounds, The Apex Predator’s arrival outta nowhere stopped Rollins in his tracks right as he was set to lay hands on the Comedy Central icon. Stewart capitalized by kicking Rollins full on in the crotch and making his timely escape while Orton looked on the whole scene in disbelief. Jersey strong, baby.

Seth Rollins vs Roman Reigns

Reigns held the early advantage by targeting Rollins’ groin. Yes, Kane and Big Show both felt Reigns’ wrath at ringside, as well as J&J Security (rough night for those guys). And yes, Randy Orton’s arrival — but not in Rollins’ corner, after a backstage verbal scuffle with The Authority — threw Mr. Money in the Bank off his game. But that same Viper snatched the victory from Reigns all the same. A big back body drop off the top from Reigns led to a one-armed sit-out powerbomb and the Superman Punch that followed set up for the Spear. Orton’s timely trip-up, though, allowed Rollins to claim the win with a rollup. A furious Reigns didn’t let the loss sink in for long, taking out the entire Authority singlehandedly (save Orton, who made a quick getaway). He may be ready for Lesnar yet. He certainly believes that.

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Anyone expecting another explosion of physicality between Daniel Bryan and Roman Reigns on Raw can settle down. The two most volatile elements in WWE remained at rest 24 hours after they blew the roof off WWE Fastlane, instead focusing their collective energy on the returning Randy Orton and Seth Rollins.

All in all, the bout was a tale of two teams, one that buried their hatchet and another that maybe, juuust maybe had not. When Rollins (with Kane & Big Show on the outside, supporting Rollins before their Fastlane rematch against Dolph Ziggler, Ryback & Erick Rowan on SmackDown) tagged himself in during Orton’s decimation of Reigns, the former World Champion threw a fit and stormed off. Yet when Bryan tagged himself in after Reigns laid Rollins out with the Superman Punch, the 2014 Superstar of the Year happily ceded the floor while The Beard annihilated Rollins with the Running Knee. Teamwork makes the dream work, but it seemed as though Rollins was headed for a waking nightmare when he found himself in the sights of The Viper’s punt. Instead of kicking Rollins into next week, however, The Viper offered a rough, if seemingly genuine, pat on the arm. Probably best Rollins takes that with a grain of salt, though: Orton’s mood can famously change, well, outta nowhere.

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Seth Rollins vs Dolph Ziggler

Seth Rollins is in the ring with J&J Security. Rollins says today is President’s Day, a day on which we are here to honor the great men of the past. That feels like a gigantic waste of time when the living, breathing, literal embodiment of the future is standing right in front of you. The crowd loudly boos that. Rollins says the word “future” is starting to become a little passé. Right now, he is the most talented performer in the entire world. Right now, he is the most valuable asset in all of WWE. Right now, he’s untouchable. He can do whatever he wants, whenever he wants. No one can stop him. Rollins says if he wanted to, he could become president. He’s not even old enough to run. He could take over for John Stewart on The Daily Show and make it watchable. What he really wants to do is cash in his briefcase and become the next WWE World Heavyweight Champion. His point is that he should be main eventing WrestleMania, but instead he’s forced to deal with these people who are so far beneath him. They have no business meddling in his affairs. People like Erick Rowan, Ryback, and especially Dolph Ziggler. Rollins tells the crowd to spare him the bull crap.

Dolph Ziggler’s music hits, and he comes out to the stage with a microphone. Ziggler asks why Rollins is so mad. It seems like he had a bad Valentine’s Day. Maybe Joey and Jamie got him the wrong chocolates. Maybe Stephanie buckled him into the car seat a little too tight. Maybe Triple H was giving him the talk about the birds and the bees. Rollins says he knows Ziggler fancies himself a comedian, but the only joke he sees is Ziggler’s career. Ziggler is nothing compared to him. Ziggler says Rollins is right. He’s nothing compared to him, especially when it comes to being a whiny, protected, sell out douche. Ziggler will tell him exactly who he is. Ziggler says he’s the guy that raises the bar on what it means to be the best. He’s the guy who took out The Authority. If he can’t do it again, he’ll take out the self-proclaimed future. Ziggler says Rollins’ two Hobbit bodyguards can get out of the ring.

Rollins goes to take off his shirt, but Ziggler attacks him. Ziggler sends him into the ropes and clotheslines him down. Rollins quickly gets out of the ring to regroup.

We join the match in progress. Ziggler is trapped in a chin lock. During the commercial break, Rollins blindsided Ziggler. Rollins throws Ziggler out of the ring. The referee then catches J&J Security trying to attack him. The referee then ejects them from ringside. Rollins throws Ziggler into the barricade before talking strategy with J&J Security. Rollins puts Ziggler in the ring, and Ziggler catches him with an inside cradle for a two count. Rollins immediately gets to his feet and clotheslines him down. Rollins then stomps the mat in frustration. Rollins picks him up, but Ziggler connects with a jawbreaker. Ziggler elbows him in the face before sidestepping a shoulder thrust in the corner. Rollins hits the ring post shoulder-first.

Ziggler catches him with a splash in the corner before hitting a neckbreaker. Ziggler drops an elbow for a two count. Ziggler goes for a famouser, but Rollins counters into a powerbomb attempt. Ziggler counters that with a roll-up for a near fall. Ziggler quickly ducks a kick and connects with a big spike DDT for a near fall. Rollins holds the ropes to counter a Zig-Zag. Rollins then dropkicks him down for a near fall. Rollins punches away at him while talking trash. Rollins then stomps him before stepping on his face. Rollins goes to the top rope, and Ziggler scales the ropes. Rollins blocks whatever Ziggler was attempting and pushes him off. Ziggler avoids a flying knee to the head. Ziggler goes for a famouser, but Rollins avoids it and kicks him in the midsection. Ziggler avoids a Curb Stomp before superkicking him and hitting the Zig-Zag! J&J Security quickly come back to break up the pinfall.

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The Authority Addressed the Conclusion of the Royal Rumble Match

The WWE Universe spoke (enthusiastically) and The Authority listened. After fielding two weeks of hostility from a crowd that was less than satisfied with the events of the Royal Rumble Match, Triple H and Stephanie McMahon did, as many surmised, opening Raw by seemingly throwing Roman Reigns’ victory into question. Somewhat less expected was where they laid the true culpability for the controversy: at the feet of The Rock, who interfered on the former WWE Tag Team Champion’s behalf in the closing minutes of the annual melee.

Reigns, of course, was less than thrilled at the potential cancellation of his WrestleMania road trip, though the appearance of Daniel Bryan and Seth Rollins — two Superstars with legitimate claims to a main-event spot at The Show of Shows — presented a solution to the evening’s dilemma. Rollins and Bryan would battle in the main event of Raw, with the winner to face Roman Reigns at WWE Fastlane for the No. 1 contender’s spot against Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania.

Seth Rollins vs Daniel Bryan

The dream lives, Daniel Bryan has beaten Seth Rollins and The Beard is headed to WWE Fastlane. The result came despite the best efforts of Seth Rollins, J&J Security and Big Show to ensure that Mr. Money in the Bank meet his former brother-in-arms Roman Reigns at February’s pay-per-view for the right to become Brock Lesnar’s No. 1 contender. With all that interference, you’d think Bryan would be screwed from the jump. But the former WWE World Heavyweight Champion battled his old enemy into the advantage at the cost of his own body, tossing Rollins into the air with a top-rope side suplex and taking a bad landing onto his neck.

Big Show’s attempt to protect Rollins from further punishment brought out Reigns, who laid waste to everyone involved and Superman Punched Rollins right into the path of Bryan’s running knee.

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