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Randy Orton confronted Seth Rollins

What do you do when your younger, faster counterpart upstages you in the most must-win environment WWE has to offer? Well, if you’re Randy Orton and your would-be usurper is Seth Rollins, you steal your thunder right back. The Apex Predator picked the perfect moment to sink his fangs into Rollins, too. Orton shut down the would-be coming out party for The Authority’s appointed “standard-bearer of WWE” (thrown in honor of Rollins’ dubious Hell in a Cell victory) with a red-faced tirade. He followed with a — yep — RKO outta nowhere that dropped Mr. Money in the Bank like loose change and a smile splayed across the once (and maybe future) Face of WWE.

Seth Rollins vs John Cena

Propensity for selling out aside, it’s a testament to Seth Rollins that he fell off the side of a Hell in a Cell and ate an RKO within 24 hours and still showed up for his main-event match against John Cena on Raw. Mr. Money in the Bank was impressive given his injuries, but considering that every blow from Cena targeted Rollins’ ribs, the former WWE Tag Team Champion understandably leaned on Joey Mercury & Jamie Noble, aka J&J Security to provide underhanded interference.

Rollins ultimately battled his way into the advantage on his own in impressive fashion, as he utilized the steel steps and announce table to his advantage while still remaining within the rules. He found himself locked in an STF all the same, though Kane’s timely arrival ended the match in a disqualification favoring Cena. Happily, Dolph Ziggler soon arrived to even the odds … followed by the entire locker room in an apparent group audition for Team Cena and Team Authority alike that ended with Cena and The Authority staring down above the fray. So who’s it gonna be?

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The Authority’s Opening Segment

As it turns out, going through “Hell” has its rewards. Like, for instance, a shot at getting to heaven, at least in the metaphorical sense. Thanks to Triple H, either John Cena or Randy Orton will have the chance to ascend once again to supreme glory. The King of Kings declared that whomever survives their trip inside the 20-foot tall, 5-ton Hell in a Cell will go one-on-one with The Conqueror himself, Brock Lesnar, with the championship on the line. Hallelujah, hallelujah, hallelujah.

Mick Foley advised Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins

Dean Ambrose’s demonstrations have long veered toward the bizarre, but how could he possibly follow up an air cannon of slime and a weaponized hot dog cart, while still conveying his overall mission statement that Seth Rollins is a dead man walking? Well, for starters, he brought out a crash-test dummy and tore it apart while illustrating, in detail, what he planned to do to Rollins inside Hell in a Cell (tongs were involved). When Rollins emerged to confront his onetime “brother,” a physical confrontation seemed inevitable … until a Hardcore Legend walked in to play mediator.

With his Santa Claus beard flowing and a resplendent Yuletide shirt bearing Christmas cheer even in October, Mick Foley returned to Raw to inform both the boastful Rollins and the unstable Ambrose that, as ready as they think they are for each other, they’re not ready for Hell in a Cell (he would know). And then Ambrose threw the dummy in Rollins’ face. Now that’s a follow-up.

Main Event Match

After weeks of outright losses, disqualifications that turned the tide against them and left-field humiliation, The Authority was due for a dominant win. Well, they got one just in time: Randy Orton, Kane & Seth Rollins’ Street Fight–rules win over John Cena & Dean Ambrose ensured that Triple H’s foot soldiers will march into Hell in a Cell with some much-needed momentum. Perhaps more importantly, the win casts doubt for the first time in weeks on Cena and Ambrose’s ability to prevail in their fourth and first, respectively, trips inside the place where rivalries are resolved forever.

Despite Kane’s designation as The Authority’s “general” per Triple H, Mr. Money in the Bank took charge in a gang-up on The Lunatic Fringe and handily neutralized Cena as well. He rammed the “face that runs the place,” as Cena called himself earlier in the night, straight through a chair before Kane tagged in and commanded the Hell in a Cell structure be lowered. The brawl ignited anew once the steel hit the ground, but it was Orton who struck the final blow with an RKO to Ambrose for the win … only to suffer a Curb Stomp from outta nowhere courtesy of Rollins, who clearly doesn’t see Orton as the future, regardless of whether he gets a match with Brock Lesnar. Hey, anything goes in “Hell.”

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Seth Rollins vs Jack Swagger

The Authority’s “Hell”-bound golden boys went two-for-two on Raw after Seth Rollins defeated Jack Swagger, giving himself a big win to help carry him toward the place where rivalries are settled forever. Defeating Swagger was a surprisingly grueling task for the fleet-footed Mr. Money in the Bank, whose aerial attacks initially paid small dividends against the power maneuvers that tossed him around like a flour sack.

The presence of Randy Orton at ringside didn’t put Rollins’ mind at ease, either, but what did save The Aerialist was a superkick that knocked the kneeling Swagger unconscious, and the roll-up moments later that denied The Real American a surefire victory. However, it was Orton’s post-match RKO to the former World Champion that nearly brought the two company men to blows before cooler heads prevailed … at least this time.

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Seth Rollins Addressed His Embarrassment The Previous Week

He may have gotten the gunk out of his hair, but Seth Rollins couldn’t remove the egg from his face after his epic humiliation at the hands of Dean Ambrose and an air cannon loaded with Gak last week on Raw. The Lunatic Fringe’s desecration of both the Money in the Bank briefcase and Mr. Money in the Bank himself set Rollins into an epic tizzy at Raw’s beginning, leading him to more or less dare Cena and Ambrose to come and get him.

So, of course, they did; Cena from the stage and Ambrose from the crowd when Rollins tried to flee through the WWE Universe. But the combined might of Jamie Noble and Joey Mercury helped dissuade the two-on-one ambush long enough to provide Mr. Money in the Bank some safe harbor at the last minute. The timely appearance of The Authority also gave Rollins some extra protection for Raw’s main event, which would reform the uneasy Cena-Ambrose alliance against all three members of the corporate stable, Rollins, Kane & Randy Orton.

Randy Orton, Kane and Seth Rollins vs John Cena

John Cena loves him some odds to overcome, and the Cenation leader found himself in quite the conundrum when his scheduled partner Dean Ambrose left him to the mercy of The Authority in a 3-on-1 Handicap Match that devolved quickly into an unmitigated beating. Triple H had conceded that Seth Rollins would start the match, but The Aerialist quickly tagged out and Kane & Randy Orton set to tenderize the 15-time World Champion.

By the time Rollins did tag in, Cena was all but served on a platter and a three-on-one beating earned him a hollow disqualification win, yet it turned out the strongman wasn’t as alone as he thought. After a few moments of butchery, Ambrose returned and quite literally hot-dogged his way to the ring, utilizing a weaponized street vendor’s cart and all the goodies contained therein to administer a beating from which the corporate cabal could not, erm, ketchup. The party didn’t exactly cut the mustard for Triple H and Stephanie McMahon, though.

The Authority drove perhaps the greatest wedge yet between the unsteady tandem by announcing a Cena vs. Ambrose contest for WWE Hell in a Cell, wherein the winner would get a coveted chance to face Seth Rollins himself inside the place where rivalries are settled forever. It was an announcement that neither Ambrose nor Cena seemed too happy about, though Ambrose certainly seemed to relish the double-arm DDT to the Cenation leader that kicked off their rivalry in earnest.

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The Authority Demanded Ambrose to return Seth Rollins’ MITB Briefcase
Forget hijacking Raw, The Authority has a bigger, more pertinent theft to deal with: Dean Ambrose’s burglary of the Money in the Bank briefcase on SmackDown, leaving The Authority’s crown prince temporarily without his golden ticket. Adding to their problems at the start of Raw was the threat of Brock Lesnar having to deal with Seth Rollins for his Night of Champions sneak attack. But Rollins put Paul Heyman’s mind to rest on that matter relatively early on by insisting he attacked The Beast Incarnate of his own accord.

Yet even after The Authority did manage to make contact with Ambrose, who appeared on the TitanTron and dared Rollins to get the briefcase himself, the corporate power had to contend with one more obstacle. That would be John Cena, who stormed Triple H & Co. and sent Rollins scurrying for cover for the second straight week.

Dean Ambrose Returned Seth Rollins’ MITB briefcase
Dean Ambrose is nothing if not a generous man. Not only did the former U.S. Champion prove himself to be a true man of the people by handing out some stolen merchandise — Roman Reigns T-shirts for everyone — but he even returned Seth Rollins’ Money in the Bank briefcase. Granted, it took some intimidation from Jamie Noble and Joey Mercury — “the Cruiserweight division,” as Ambrose called them — to convince him to hand over the goods. Turns out, Ambrose just wanted the biggest audience possible for his ultimate humiliation of Rollins: The unstable Superstar had rigged the briefcase to spew green gunk all over The Aerialist’s suit (shades of another cruiserweight) while the rest of The Authority’s cronies laughed and laughed.

Main Event Match
Lesson of the night? Don’t disrespect Mr. Money in the Bank. Even when they lost, The Authority won in Raw’s main event as Seth Rollins administered his long-promised punishment to Dean Ambrose following a disqualification loss by his Authority-mates, Kane & Randy Orton, to Ambrose & John Cena. The corporate competitors certainly avenged their humiliation at Cena and Ambrose’s hands the previous week as well. After Rollins struck — moments after Ambrose planted Orton with Dirty Deeds — they took advantage of a squabble between the fan-favorites to tear the twosome apart with Chokeslams, RKOs and, as a final exclamation point, Curb Stomps for each atop the Money in the Bank briefcase itself.

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The bell rings, and Rollins immediately begins punching him. Reigns pushes him away. Rollins punches him some more before Reigns reverses a whip. Rollins ducks a pair of clotheslines before getting out of the ring. Reigns chases him around the ring, and Rollins gets in the ring. Rollins then snaps him off the top rope before getting back into the ring. Reigns gets up and punches him down. Reigns punches him in the corner before hitting a shoulder thrust. Reigns throws him across the ring before punching him in the corner. Reigns hits a short-arm clothesline before attempting a Samoan Drop, but Rollins slides off and leaves the ring. Reigns chases him and grabs his leg as he tries to get into the ring. Reigns rips him out of the ring before driving him into the barricade and the apron. Reigns puts him in the ring and clotheslines him out of the ring. Reigns goes outside and slams him off the steel steps. Reigns slams him off the commentary table before throwing him over the table.

We come back from the break to see Reigns trapped in a chin lock. During the break, Rollins hit him with a sleep hold slam. Reigns fights up, so Rollins tries to suplex him. Reigns blocks it and hits one of his own. Reigns clotheslines him in the corner and punches him down. Reigns goes outside and goes for an apron dropkick, but Rollins moves. Rollins then dropkicks him off the apron before hitting a suicide dive. Rollins puts him into the ring and covers for a two count. Rollins waits for him to get up, and he goes for a stinger splash, but Reigns moves. Reigns hits a pair of clotheslines before sending him to the corner. Reigns hits a clothesline, but he misses a leaping clothesline. Reigns ducks a spinning heel kick and hits a back suplex side slam for a near fall. Reigns leaves the ring and hits a running apron dropkick. Reigns hits a Superman Punch. Rollins leapfrogs the Spear and kicks him in the face for a near fall!

Rollins goes to the top rope, but Reigns cuts him off. Reigns goes for a superplex, but Rollins blocks it. Rollins eventually slides off and gets him on his shoulders to hit a turnbuckle powerbomb across the ring for a near fall. Rollins talks some trash, and Reigns head-butts him. Rollins hits some quick kicks to the face before Reigns Spears him down for the win.

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