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Seth Rollins vs Dean Ambrose

Thanks to that trip through a ladder, Dean Ambrose was never able to make good on his promise to prevent Seth Rollins’ Money in the Bank cash-in. But thanks to a little dirty deeds by Kane — and some Dirty Deeds from The Lunatic Fringe himself — he may yet be the one to take the title away from The Architect come WWE Payback. With a spot in the WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match at stake in this SmackDown rematch thanks to Kane, Ambrose brought the crazy in convincing fashion against his onetime brother-in-arms, who was sorely hampered by the Kane-induced barring of J&J Security.

Rollins, for his part, was largely just playing catch-up as Ambrose emptied the entirety of his deep, ever-evolving arsenal to increasing returns. Except for a powerbomb into the barricade that almost earned him a count-out win, and despite an illicit match-crashing by J&J, the champion had trouble maintaining a consistent advantage. The Lunatic Fringe, meanwhile, came back for more and more eventually found paydirt with a schoolboy to send him to Payback. The wall of champions may be in play yet … pending a contract signing on SmackDown, of course.

Roman Reigns vs Randy Orton

Turns out Kane’s secret plan to control Roman Reigns vs. Randy Orton was to bring the entire Authority to ringside. With J&J as the guest timekeeper and ring announcer, Kane himself as the ringside enforcer, and Seth Rollins on commentary, the entire main event was brawled in the shadow of the assembled Authority.

And battle they did, trading blows until Kane tripped up Reigns after a Superman Punch, ending the bout in a disqualification. Of course, there was no bell to toll, as the timekeeper and the rest of The Authority barnstormed the ring and briefly turned the bout into Two Versus All until Dean Ambrose joined the fray to even the odds against the corporate power. The burst of teamwork flamed out fast once it came down to the four contenders to the title, and it became a game of one-upsmanship as Reigns Speared Rollins, Orton felled Reigns with the RKO and Ambrose followed suit, avenging his “brother” by striking The Viper down with Dirty Deeds in a display of charity and affection that may well not be there in two weeks’ time.

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Kane, Randy Orton and Roman Reigns confronted WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins

Perhaps it was safer for Seth Rollins in the cage. One night after The Architect retained the WWE World Heavyweight Champion by escaping the confines of a steel cage, his enemies and frenemies crawled, one by one, out of the woodwork to box him right back into a proverbial prison. First there was Kane, whose issues with the impudent Rollins clearly are not at an end. Randy Orton followed, crying foul over Rollins’ use of the banned RKO in the title contest. Roman Reigns rounded out the posse by bragging over his conquest of Big Show and reinserting himself into the WWE World Heavyweight Title picture the giant temporarily removed him from nearly a month ago. The result of the brouhaha was a tag-team main event — set for later in the evening — that would unite Rollins & Kane against Orton & Reigns, with the WWE Universe itself deciding Rollins’ opponent at WWE Payback.

Randy Orton & Roman Reigns vs WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins & Kane

With friends like these, right? Seth Rollins & Kane’s fraying alliance unraveled even further in the main event of Raw. The Authority’s chosen champion and his protector fell to a pair of their greatest threats, Randy Orton & Roman Reigns, to set up a situation from which even a self-styled Architect may not be able to design an escape.

The businesslike handshake between Rollins & Kane at the match’s start turned out to be less than ironclad. Even though the partnership held strong through a lengthy neutralization of Reigns, Orton’s late-game entry into the match threw The Authority off its groove, especially when Rollins accidentally struck Kane with both a dropkick and a suicide dive. The Devil’s Favorite Demon erupted at the misfires, taking out J&J Security and, in his frustration, feeding Rollins to the tandem attack of a Superman Punch and an RKO for three. It might not be the last time Rollins feels that combo, either. Per the WWE Universe, in the main event of Payback, Rollins will have to face both Randy Orton and Roman Reigns in a Triple Threat Match.

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Seth Rollins vs Kane

Kane enters the ring in his suit. The bell rings as Kane removes his jacket. Kane removes his tie and shirt, steps up and gets in the face of Rollins. Kane gets down on one knee as the fans boo. Kane lays down on his back, Rollins hooks the leg and Kane powers out at two. J and J Security enter the ring confronting Kane. Kane grabs both Noble and Mercury by the throats and pushes them down. Rollins starts yelling at Kane. Rollins turns Kane around and Kane drops him with a quick uppercut. Kane is calling for a chokeslam. Rollins stays down yelling, “Think about your job! Don’t do it!” Rollins yells at Kane to lay down. Kane gets back down on one knee, then grabs Rollins and gives him a big chokeslam. Kane teases he is going to give Rollins a Tombstone Piledriver, but stops himself. Kane lays down and puts the arm of Rollins over his chest. The referee counts the pinfall.

After the match, Kane leaves the ring and heads up the ramp. JBL says he has lost all kind of respect for Kane after what he did tonight in the ring. Cole reminds us that Seth Rollins, like Randy Orton, also gets to pick a stipulation for the title match at Extreme Rules.

WWE WHC Seth Rollins and Randy Orton picked their Extreme Rules Stipulations

Not only did Seth Rollins avoid a Tombstone Piledriver, the WWE World Heavyweight Champion can breathe a sigh of relief in two weeks’ time that the RKO is off the table at Extreme Rules. That’s because Rollins, armed with the ability to choose a stipulation in his title match against Randy Orton, chose to ban The Viper’s signature move from competition come bell time. Orton, of course, is a snake of many tricks, and decided to take Rollins’ own greatest weapon — The Authority — away by enclosing the bout in a Steel Cage. And then, because he’s only got two weeks of RKOs left, Orton decided to dish ’em out while he still could. Thanks to J&J’s interference, only Joey Mercury caught the maneuver, and as for Rollins, he decided to get out while the getting was good and run. At least, while he still could.

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WWE Champion Seth Rollins vs Brock Lesnar

It’s good to be the king. With the option to defend or demure against a frothing Brock Lesnar in Seth Rollins’ hands, the jet-setting Heavyweight Champion of the World apparently decided a tussle with The Beast was a bit too much for him. Rollins declined to honor The Anomaly’s rematch clause until a date of his choosing. This — spoiler alert — did not please The Conqueror. A beating ensued that nearly landed Rollins in the grave; his escape was by the narrowest of margins. Everyone else was less lucky, as Lesnar hadn’t had his fill of carnage and turned his attention to anything that moved.

First went J&J, dispatched at Lesnar’s hands. Then the commentary team — Booker T and JBL buried by an overturned table and Michael Cole by an F-5 that literally took him out of his shoes. Finally, a helpless cameraman, obliterated with another F-5 despite Stephanie McMahon’s demands that Lesnar let up. Unable to control The Beast Incarnate, Stephanie suspended him indefinitely and hit him with a hefty fine. The cameraman then caught another F-5 because, at that point, why not?

Six-Man Tag Match

An ultimatum to Randy Orton by The Authority forced The Viper to find his own partners in a locker room full of enemies for Raw’s main event, a Six-Man tussle with Rollins, Big Show & Kane. While Ryback volunteered for some more anti-Authority action, the deficit opened the door for the man who had been conspicuous all night by his absence: Roman Reigns. The 2014 Superstar of the Year rounded out Orton’s ranks and had quite enough of both Seth Rollins and the snarkiness of the WWE Universe, leaping over the rope and onto The Authority in the match’s opening moments and taking the bout into his hands at the end: With Orton tenderized by The Authority for minutes on end, Reigns took over against Kane and never let up, capitalizing on some timely help from Ryback (who Shell Shocked Big Show) and Orton (who RKOed Kane) to finish the night with a Spear to The Devil’s Favorite Director of Operations, though Rollins eluded him. For now, anyway.

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Randy Orton vs Seth Rollins and J&J Security

Randy Orton makes his way to the ring. Booker T announces the results. Seth Rollins and J&J Security won by 77% over Big Show and Kane.

Seth Rollins comes out with J&J Security, who are still in their suits. They look very confident. Orton will start the match against Joey Mercury. Orton points at Rollins. Mercury smiles at him before they lock up. Orton powers Mercury down and demands he tag in Rollins. Rollins pretends to tag in, and Jamie Noble intercepts. They laugh at Orton. Orton kicks Noble in the midsection before slamming him down. Orton does the Garvin Stomps on Noble before throwing him out of the ring near Rollins. Orton pulls Rollins by the hair, and Mercury intercepts him. Orton punches him down, and Rollins kicks him in the head. Noble kicks away at Orton and talks some trash. Noble drops an elbow on him and talks more trash. Orton comes back with an uppercut followed by a clothesline. Mercury runs into a clothesline as well. Orton kicks Noble and throws him out of the ring. Mercury then runs into a snap powerslam. Orton then catches J&J Security with a double hanging DDT. Orton smiles and waits for an RKO. Rollins tries to surprise him with a Curb Stomp, but Orton avoids it. Orton goes for an RKO on Rollins, but Rollins pushes him off, causing Orton to clothesline Mercury out of the ring. Rollins quickly escapes the ring as Orton catches Noble with an RKO for the win.

Orton stares at Rollins as he backs up the ramp looking a little startles. These two men will face each other this Sunday at WrestleMania 31.

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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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