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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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The Anonymous Raw Manager returned

The familiar “da ding” of the Anonymous Raw General Manager certainly didn’t inspire confidence in a fair shake for the WWE Universe when Daniel Bryan’s tenure running Raw came to an end last week. The sinister laptop wasted no time in stirring up trouble when he (she? Hornswoggle?) took over the reins of the red brand. In fact, the Anonymous GM took advantage of a verbal spat between John Cena and Seth Rollins to make a Tables Match between the two at WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs with Cena’s No. 1 contendership at stake.

That led to a brawl between Cena, Rollins, Kane, Big Show, Erick Rowan, Dolph Ziggler, Ryback, Luke Harper and J&J Security that culminated in a Triple Powerbomb of the Cenation leader through a table. When the dust had settled, the GM had corralled the chaos into a pair of contests for later in the evening: Rowan vs. Big Show and a Six-Man battle of Cena, Ziggler & Ryback vs. Kane, Rollins & Harper. Bring back The Nexus and it’s just like old times.

Six Man Tag Match

Smash ’em with a chair, put ’em through a table, slam ’em through a ladder, and the stalwart remnants of Team Cena still get the job done. For all the effort Kane, Seth Rollins and Luke Harper put into brutalizing Cena, Dolph Ziggler and Ryback in Raw’s opening, the Survivor Series victors managed to eke out a narrow Six-Man victory in Raw’s main event, besting the Team Authority stragglers in a grueling, lengthy battle.

Once again, the hero of the bout was Ziggler, who escaped a wild brawl to pin Harper with a sunset flip. But the night’s big savior was Erick Rowan, who came out of the blue to even the odds when Big Show joined the former Authority cronies in beating down the fan favorites. Steel steps ablazin’, Rowan clobbered Harper, Show and Rollins into unconsciousness before Cena, Ryback and Ziggler incapacitated Big Show and allowed “Big Red” to get his retribution

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Daniel Bryan Settled Business with Team Authority

Daniel Bryan wasted little time in calling out the beaten members of Team Authority to the ring. And his first order of business was to put Seth Rollins’ fate in the hands of the WWE Universe, with a WWE App vote to decide Mr. Money in the Bank’s partners against John Cena & Dolph Ziggler in a 3-on-2 Handicap Match: Mark Henry & Luke Harper, Mark Henry & Kane or Jamie Noble & Joey Mercury.

Seth Rollins and J&J Security vs Dolph Ziggler and John Cena

With Daniel Bryan leading the way, it was revealed that the WWE Universe had overwhelmingly selected J&J Security — via a WWE App vote — to team with Seth Rollins against John Cena & Dolph Ziggler.

In the final moments of Raw’s main event, it was Jamie Noble and Joey Mercury who would suffer Ziggler’s Zig Zag and Cena’s Attitude Adjustment at the same time for the loss. As the dust cleared, The Beard would reemerge, throwing Rollins into the ring to suffer a post-match Super Kick from The Showoff and an Attitude Adjustment from the leader of the Cenation.

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The Authority Addressed Ryback

Survivor Series is less than a week away, and John Cena’s still one man short of a squad. This could be a problem for the 15-time World Champion, considering the future of WWE is on the line and Team Authority just wrangled “team player” Luke Harper to complete their own Survivor Series troop. Despite having the advantage, The Authority left nothing to chance in Raw’s opening moments, attempting to further drive a wedge between Ryback and his potential team captain by replaying some of Cena’s choice words for The Human Wrecking Ball from their 2013 rivalry. Turns out the incentive wasn’t needed: Ryback replied by maintaining his allegiance to “Team Ryback” and leaving the chips to fall where they may.

Intercontinental Championship (with Seth Rollins on commentary)

Week in, week out, Dolph Ziggler’s thrilling thwarting of The Authority’s plans have given The Showoff some truly unforgettable showcases, with Dolph keeping his Intercontinental Title throughout each increasingly unlikely defense. The only thing disconcerting about The Showoff’s run was the sinking feeling he was flying too close to the sun, and thanks to an impromptu title matchup between Dolph and Luke Harper, Ziggler was finally brought down to earth when the depraved swamp-dweller feasted upon WWE’s resident Hollywood blond and took Dolph’s precious Intercontinental Title for his own grimy waist.

Harper wasn’t the only “team player” pulling his weight, however; a pre-match bum-rush by Seth Rollins and J&J Security sufficiently weakened The Showoff before his tussle with Harper and the big man capitalized. Save for a brief rebound from Dolph, the bout was all Harper, all the time. An 11th-hour escape of a Harper powerbomb landed Dolph right in the path of a discus clothesline for the 1-2-3, and Rollins happily piled on, sealing his teammate’s title win with a post-match Curb Stomp.

Team Authority and Team Cena signed their Survivor Series Contract

John Cena may be in this yet. Not only did the 15-time World Champion finally recruit Ryback (much to the chagrin of a suddenly sweating Triple H) to his cause with a heart-to-heart at the moment of truth, but he also managed to retain both Dolph Ziggler and Big Show to his side despite The Authority’s machinations. As for the fifth member? With a gap in his ranks thanks to an injury to Sheamus, that slot was filled by Erick Rowan, and the completed squad wasted no time in taking the fight straight to the boastful Team Authority.

The early forecast for Survivor Series is looking good, too: Team Cena handily overpowered their corporate foes, with Ryback distracting Triple H long enough for Cena to Attitude Adjust him straight through a table. The song might just be right. As far as The Authority is concerned, their time may well be up.

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Seth Rollins vs Dolph Ziggler

The Intercontinental Champion’s audacity has long kept him in The Authority’s crosshairs, but Dolph Ziggler’s zingers nearly cost him the “purist’s title” when his latest bit of jaw-jacking landed him in a title match against Seth Rollins. A matchup with the dynamic Money in the Bank contract holder was intended to be a death-knell for the battle-worn Showoff. But Ziggler instead turned it into an opportunity to show his resilience, countering Rollins at every turn to prove to The Authority that his solidarity with John Cena’s cause would not be quelled so easily.

Sadly, all that heart turned out to mean little when J&J Security got involved to set Ziggler up for a Curb Stomp. However, that turned out to mean less when Randy Orton stormed the ring and RKO’d Rollins from — yep — outta nowhere to bring the bout to a disqualification halt.

Randy Orton vs Seth Rollins

The onetime “Face of WWE” found itself rearranged both metaphorically and literally as Randy Orton received the most brutal breakup of all time when The Authority closed ranks and forcibly banished the rebellious Viper from the crew during the closing moments of Raw. That Triple H & Co. finally severed ties with The Apex Predator may have been no surprise — Orton’s recent dissention required he be punished — but they certainly let The Apex Predator get a big piece of Seth Rollins before they chose to make their fateful statement.

Given that he had initially been promised one opportunity at Mr. Money in the Bank, Orton came at the young Superstar — much to Triple H’s horror — with everything he had and then some. So it was truly a shock when Rollins pinned Orton with a backslide outta nowhere, though not as much when Orton refused to give Rollins his promised handshake, instead replying with an RKO. That was followed by a beating from the entire Authority, punctuated by a Curb Stomp to The Viper atop the table and the steel steps, ordered by a reluctant Triple H at Stephanie McMahon’s behest. The future, it seems, has come early.

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