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Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman calls out Seth Rollins

Brock Lesnar’s music hits, and the WWE World Heavyweight Champion makes his way to the ring with Paul Heyman to a great reception. Lesnar paces around the ring as the crowd boos him. Heyman says, “Ladies and gentlemen, my name…” Lesnar grabs the microphone from him and says he’s here to fight. Lesnar calls out Seth Rollins to a big reaction from the crowd. Heyman tries to talk him down, but Lesnar insists. Lesnar says when he shows up, it’s business time. Lesnar says Rollins has about ten-seconds to get his “weasely ass” out here. The crowd counts down for him, but Rollins doesn’t come out. Lesnar says that’s what he thought. When he shows up, Rollins is nowhere to be found.

The Authority’s music hits, and Triple H makes his way out to the stage. Replays are shown from last week when John Cena put Lesnar through a table. Rollins then caught Cena and Lesnar with a pair of Curb Stomps. Triple H says he gets it. They’re upset, and he understands why. Rollins embarrassed Lesnar last week with the Curb Stomp. Triple H asks if Lesnar would have done the same thing given the opportunity. Triple H then brings up that Lesnar suplexed Rollins first. Maybe it’s understandable what Rollins did. Maybe we should all just calm down, go in the back, give Lesnar a steak, and talk about it like businessmen. Heyman tries to reason with Lesnar that Triple H is trying to be reasonable. Lesnar asks if Triple H is trying to fix this or is he here to fight? Lesnar prepares to fight as Heyman screams that Triple H is their meal ticket.

Stephanie McMahon’s music hits, and she comes to the ring with Kane and Big Show. Stephanie says she wants cooler heads to prevail here. This isn’t what Lesnar wants to do right now. Stephanie gets in the ring with the two men and tells Lesnar to think about this. Heyman insists that they’re being reasonable here. Lesnar is very antsy. Seth Rollins then appears on the titantron, laughing. Rollins says Lesnar is always two steps behind. Lesnar wants to get his hands on him, but why can’t he just be patient? Lesnar will get his shot at him right before he takes his title at the Royal Rumble. Heyman says they’ll keep this between the adults. Heyman begs The Authority to put a leash on their puppy before Lesnar fixes it all by himself. If The Authority fixes this, his Beast will be happy. If Brock Lesnar fixes this, there will be a lot of broken bodies and a depleted roster. That’s what’s worst for business. Heyman says whether they fix it or Lesnar fixes it, here’s a spoiler for Sunday. At the end of the championship match on Sunday, we’ll hear that Lesnar is still the champion.

John Cena’s music hits, and he comes out to his usual mixed reception from the crowd. Cena is wearing new blue gear. Cena tells Heyman not to spoil anything before telling Rollins to shut up. They’ve already signed the contract and kicked the crap out of each other. This Sunday, they’ll settle it. Cena is here to talk to The Authority. A long way back, The Authority asked them to join him, but he said, “Hell no.” They were embarrassed and concocted a plan to eliminate him. That’s why Lesnar is here. That’s why they come out and say he’s not the man he says he is. They try to break his spirits and force him to quit every week. Cena is here to tell them to keep it up because every single thing they say and do lights a fire in him like he’s never had before. He’ll make sure he never gives up. He’ll take that fire into Sunday at the Royal Rumble, knock the teeth out of their mercenary and their protégé, and say, “The Champ is here!” Rollins rolls his eyes on the titantron. The Authority has no fire. They use their false sense of authority, and it makes him sick. They use their politics to fire three superstars that he would do anything to get back. They used to have fire, but now they’re just ashes. Cena says Triple H and Stephanie McMahon aren’t The Authority. They’re the worlds biggest “ash-holes.”

Cena goes to leave, but Stephanie calls him back. She says she wants to savor this moment. It’s the turning point in Cena’s career. Cena used to be the man who overcame the odds and inspired the people. Everyone looked up to him because he would win at the end of the day. That’s not who Cena is today. Cena is the man who personally lied to everyone by bringing The Authority back. Cena can talk about how much he doesn’t like them and make his corny jokes, but they’re here because of him. It’s interesting that he used the word “fire,” because he’s the man responsible for those three men being fired. Cena tore their hearts out. That’s all on him. It’s time to look in the mirror. No one wants to cheer Cena or see him win at the Royal Rumble. Cena isn’t the man he used to be.

Rollins says Cena is a loser. No one wants to cheer a loser or a failure. That’s all Cena does anymore. Last week, Cena failed to get his friends’ jobs back when he single-handedly beat him. This Sunday, Cena will fail again. Rollins says everyone knows Cena is a failure except Cena himself. If there’s one thing that he and Lesnar can agree on is that Cena’s time is up. What Cena should do is step away and take himself out of the match. Cena should tuck his tail between his legs and walk off with whatever dignity he has left. Cena makes fun of Rollins’ faulty delivery of his lines before saying he should find Rollins’ in that room and rip his mouth off. Cena says they don’t have to like him, but they damn sure have to respect him. Cena wants to sweeten the pot. If he wins at the Royal Rumble this Sunday, they give Erick Rowan, Dolph Ziggler, and Ryback their jobs back. Triple H asks if that’s something the crowd would like, and they shout in the affirmative. Triple H says they gave Cena the opportunity last week, but he failed miserably. Triple H says he’s inclined to make this happen, but Cena has to put something on the line. If Cena wants the opportunity again, then he’ll have a match tonight. If Cena wins, all three of those guys will get their jobs back. If Cena loses, not only are those three guys fired, but he’ll give up his opportunity in the title match at the Royal Rumble. Triple H tells him to put his money where his mouth is. Stephanie mentions Cena said he’d do anything to get those men their jobs back. Is he really willing to lose his opportunity at Royal Rumble, or is he all talk?

Seth Rollins, Kane and Big Show vs John Cena

The WWE Universe’s support landed John Cena in what ended up being a 3-on-1 Handicap Match against Seth Rollins, Kane & Big Show, and with his buddies’ jobs on the line, Team Cena’s guardian angel came through once again. Good thing, too, because up until that point, the bout hadn’t been so much a wrestling match as a public beating, dished out at great leisure by The Authority, which took no small amount of pleasure in humiliating the 15-time World Champion in his darkest hour.

After a spear from Big Show and a Chokeslam from Kane left Cena down, an image of Sting appeared on the TitanTron just as Seth Rollins was about to put his foe away with a Curb Stomp. What was seemingly a still image of the former WCW Champion turned out to be a live shot of the vigilante himself, who stalked to the top of the Raw ramp for the first time ever and distracted Rollins enough for Cena to steal the win with a roll-up and reinstate Dolph Ziggler, Ryback & Erick Rowan on the spot. Triple H’s irate demands for Sting to present himself again were instead answered by Brock Lesnar, who summarily laid waste to Kane and Big Show, though Rollins got away. This Sunday, he might not be so lucky.

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Seth Rollins vs John Cena – Lumberjack Match

It’s a swing and a miss for John Cena, who wagered the reinstatement of Dolph Ziggler, Ryback and Erick Rowan on the result of a Lumberjack Match against Seth Rollins and whiffed against Mr. Money in the Bank with all the marbles on the line. The “highly motivated” crew of enforcers patrolling the ring certainly had a hand in ensuring Cena’s defeat (Bad News Barrett sprang with a particularly well-timed trip-up of his old foil), whaling on the fan favorite each time he was expelled while J&J Security ensured Rollins’ safety each time he was tossed over the ropes.

Cena managed to turn the tide with a top-rope crossbody to Rollins and the gaggle of lumberjacks surrounding him. Rollins stayed in the fight, though, with a superkick to a kneeling Cena and a nimble escape of the Attitude Adjustment that forced his adversary to keep digging deep. But Cena did, rebounding from a lumberjack mugging that ended with a Cesaro Swing that ping-ponged Cena off the barricade. A second swarming only moments later, this time bolstered by a KO Punch from Big Show, fared better, leaving Cena on a proverbial platter for Rollins to pin.

Contract Signing for WWE Championship

Time to cross the T’s, dot the I’s and, well, stomp the heads. What was surely arranged to be a civil contract signing between WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar and his two No. 1 contenders turned into an all-out car wreck when Seth Rollins seized the opportunity to humiliate both John Cena and The Beast Incarnate as only Seth Rollins can. This came after Paul Heyman gave his second address of the night, following his “return to the scene of the crime” by promising the destruction of anyone who stepped into Lesnar’s path.

As tensions escalated between Heyman’s camp and The Authority, Cena muscled his way into the fray and provoked Rollins to attack him with the Money in the Bank briefcase. What ensued was a quick, brutal flurry of physicality. Lesnar German suplexed Cena and Rollins clean into the air; Cena countered with an AA to Lesnar through the table and then Rollins provided the two cherries on top by Curb Stomping both Lesnar and Cena to end the show — and, potentially, The Beast’s title reign — on his own terms. Perhaps next week’s Raw Reunion, featuring Ric Flair, Shawn Michaels, Scott Hall and Hulk Hogan, will provide further insight as to Mr. Money in the Bank’s plans.

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The Authority Addressed the WWE roster

So Triple H and Stephanie McMahon are back, and they wasted no time in kicking off 2015 much in the way they kicked off 2014: with proclamations and machinations designed to put their enemies in their places. Assembling the entire WWE roster in the middle of the ring, The Authority — after some perfunctory face-rubbing for John Cena, who was forced to reinstate them — set about rewarding facilitator Seth Rollins with a third spot in the WWE World Heavyweight Title Match between Cena and Brock Lesnar at the Royal Rumble. They also declared the night “John Cena Appreciation Night” as payment for the Cenation leader’s contributions … and placed Dolph Ziggler into an Intercontinental Title Match against Bad News Barrett.

Seth Rollins and Kane vs Ryback

The hits keep on coming for the veterans of Team Cena. After Dolph Ziggler and Erick Rowan were served their payback by The Authority, Ryback was the next to face the brass-knuckled bruise of the corporate power couple when his bout with Seth Rollins was turned into a Handicap Match pairing Mr. Money in the Bank with Kane. Needless to say, The Devil’s Favorite Director of Operations hadn’t quite exorcised his lingering beef with Ryback over their concession-stand fracas from a couple months ago, and despite The Big Guy’s positivity-fueled counter-attack, The Authority’s synergy was too strong. Interference by Kane stopped Ryback from hitting Shell Shocked on Rollins, and when The Big Guy answered by administering his signature slam to Kane, Mr. Money in the Bank pounced with one — no, two — Curb Stomps to finish it.

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Seth Rollins vs Roman Reigns

Is a win a win if one is unconscious at the time of winning? It’s a fair question to pose to Roman Reigns, who technically “beat” Seth Rollins on Raw in a match orchestrated by Edge & Christian. That’s only because Big Show got up from commentary to take out the 2014 Superstar of the Year before Reigns could put Mr. Money in the Bank away, though. Picking up their rivalry from where it left off in September, Reigns and Rollins whaled on each other with months of pent-up frustration (understandably so), but it was Reigns who ultimately pulled ahead with a Superman Punch after a rapid-fire back and forth with Rollins. Before The Big Dog could follow up with the Spear, however, Show tripped him up and hurled him headfirst over the commentary table, burying Reigns in a pile of plunder.

Seth Rollins forced John Cena to reinstate The Authority

What should have been a celebration for Edge, Christian and the WWE Universe turned into a nightmare of the highest order. Seth Rollins seized the ultimate opportunity on “The Cutting Edge Peep Show” and exploited the neck injury that ended Edge’s career to force John Cena to do the unthinkable. With the assistance of Big Show and J&J Security, Rollins incapacitated Christian and threatened to administer a potentially life-endangering Curb Stomp to Edge unless Cena caved in and reinstated The Authority. Having no choice, Cena made the sacrifice for his former rival and agreed to bring Triple H & Stephanie McMahon back to power. The couple made their return then and there, watching with glee after Rollins gave Cena the beating he’d intended for Edge and raising a glass to 2015 in WWE. It was a development, it must be said, that sat quite well with Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman, who celebrated Cena’s destruction alongside The Authority atop the ramp. Here’s to 2015

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Opening Segment

Whenever Chris Jericho comes to town, it’s a given that The Attitude Era’s most incorrigible provocateur will rankle a few feathers. Give The Ayatollah of Rock ’n’ Rolla matchmaking power as Raw’s de facto boss for the night, however, and things are really going to get interesting. Case in point: Jericho’s return to Raw — already set to include “The Highlight Reel” with Rusev and Lana — and his demand that Fandango return his stolen Slammy ended up as a four-way shouting match between John Cena, Seth Rollins, Paul Heyman and Y2J himself. The upshot of the argument was a pair of matches made for later in the evening. A banged-up Rollins against Cena in a Steel Cage Match, and Jericho himself against Paul Heyman, with a stipulation determined by WWE App vote. Just another night on Raw is Jericho, baby.

Seth Rollins vs John Cena (Steel Cage Match)

It was sweet, sweet vindication for Seth Rollins in Raw’s main event, as Mr. Money in the Bank not only knocked off John Cena in a match of extraordinary stipulation, but also rode a timely assist from a returning powerhouse to do it. Whereas Roman Reigns gift-wrapped Cena’s Tables Match victory at WWE TLC, Brock Lesnar stormed the steel cage that confined Cena and Rollins on Raw. The Beast Incarnate laid waste to his No. 1 contender after a top-rope Attitude Adjustment left both men in a heap on the mat.

Turnabout being fair play and all, Rollins didn’t hesitate to capitalize on the three German suplexes and F-5 that took Cena out, striking a handshake truce with Paul Heyman and pancaking Cena’s face with a Curb Stomp as the 15-time World Champion struggled to get to his feet. With Cena disposed of, it was a simple walk out of the cage for Rollins to get his win. So now Cena has to deal with Lesnar, Heyman and, depending onthe implications of that handshake, Rollins. He could use an ally, to say the least. Maybe Ho Ho Hogan can give Cena some help next week?

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Seth Rollins vs Dolph Ziggler

There is no denying that Sting’s WWE debut — recipient of the “This is Awesome!” Moment of the Year Slammy Award — was, indeed, awesome. Less so, at least for Dolph Ziggler, was his Raw-opening drop to Seth Rollins thanks to a late-game interference that stopped The Showoff’s hot streak cold. Granted, it’s easy to say that Ziggler, who had Rollins on his heels after backdropping him off the top turnbuckle, could have and would have sewn the contest up.

But J&J Security, lurking at ringside, had other plans for the former Intercontinental Champion, shoving him face-first off the top and straight into a Curb Stomp and gift-wrapping the “W” for Mr. Money in the Bank. The victorious Rollins then rubbed salt in the WWE Universe’s wound by scaring off Slammy host Seth Green and “accepting” Sting’s award on the former WCW Champion’s behalf.

John Cena vs Big Show

One’s headed for tables, the other’s headed for stairs, and in the main event of Raw, John Cena and Big Show met in a battle of titanic proportions. What was shaping up to be an upset for Cena — he’d stunned Show with a sleeper hold and escaped a chokeslam to set up the Attitude Adjustment — turned into an all-out brawl, as Seth Rollins interfered, followed swiftly by Dolph Ziggler, Big Show, Erick Rowan, Ryback, Luke Harper and Kane. When the dust cleared, Rollins had the last word with yet another Triple Powerbomb to the Cenation leader, this time through the announce table. All it takes is one more on Sunday and Cena’s time as No. 1 contender is up.

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