After his crucial assist in the main event helped Seth Rollins pick up the win over Roman Reigns last week, RAW kicks off with “The Viper” Randy Orton as Orton joins fellow Authority members Seth Rollins, Kane, Big Show, and J&J Security in the ring. Kane says that they wanted to prove everyone wrong who thought Randy Orton was against The Authority before publicly and officially welcoming Randy Orton back into The Authority. Big Show then tells Randy Orton that they have known each other for a long time and when he looks at Orton, he sees the “most talented, sadistic, aggressive athlete” that he has ever seen, saying that Orton would RKO his own father if he stood in the way of something he wanted. Big Show then shakes Orton’s hand, saying “welcome back” to Orton before Seth Rollins urges Jamie Noble to speak some kind words about “The Viper”. However, Noble is not as trusting as the rest of The Authority as Noble yells that Orton is a “no good snake who can’t be trusted”, but Seth Rollins quickly takes the microphone away from Noble. Rollins then mocks Noble, saying that Noble has always been the “sensitive one” and he had his “feelings hurt” when Randy Orton hit him with an RKO last week. Rollins then speaks for Noble, saying that he is absolutely “thrilled” that Randy Orton is back in The Authority before saying that Joey Mercury is also thrilled. Rollins then hands the microphone to Mercury, but the tentative Mercury opts to keep his mouth shut, giving the microphone back to Seth Rollins and giving a half-hearted thumbs-up to Randy Orton.
Quickly moving on from the doubts of his security team, Seth Rollins says that, since Randy Orton came back, everyone has been saying that Orton is not really a part of The Authority and that Orton is just biding his time until he can get his revenge on Seth Rollins. Rollins continues, saying that the fans must feel like the biggest “idiots” right now because he and Orton are standing side-by-side as “proud members of The Authority”. Rollins then admits that they all had a little bit of “doubt” about Randy Orton’s true intentions, even joking that no one cares what Big Show thinks, which did not amuse the giant. The gleeful Seth Rollins then extends his hand, shaking hands with Orton and welcoming “The Viper” back before asking the fans to show their respect for Orton. Orton says that their words were “kind” and he really felt them in the bottom of his heart, but those words left him thinking, asking “what the hell happened to The Authority?” Orton says that they’ve all been kissing his ass before first addressing Kane, saying that Kane used to be “The Devil’s Favorite Demon”, but now he looks like “The Devil’s Favorite Dumbass”! Orton then asks which Kane prefers, “kicking ass and taking names or kissing ass and making coffee” before turning his attention to Big Show. Orton says that Big Show should be the “most dominant giant” in WWE history, but instead, Big Show uses all that size and power to “bitch and moan and feel sorry for yourself”! Orton adds that Big Show has went from being the “most dominant Superstar in WWE history” to being the “most pathetic”. Orton then moves on to Jamie Noble, asking why Noble despises him so much, asking if it’s because everyone knows who Randy Orton is or is it because, unlike Noble, Orton can get on “all the rides at Disneyland”, saying that his six year old daughter feels the same way. Orton then confronts Joey Mercury, but only says “and you”, staring at Mercury for a moment before moving on to Seth Rollins.
Orton tells Seth Rollins that Rollins has been “blinded” by his own ego and he cannot even see what is happening. Orton then explains that he has been getting close to Rollins’ “family” to make Rollins feel “safe and secure” and when Rollins feels safe and secure, he will pick his opportunity to “strike”. Orton continues, saying that, when he strikes, he’s not only going to beat Seth Rollins down, he is going to make Rollins his “bitch”! Orton then tells Rollins that he is going to take Rollins apart piece by piece until there is “no future” for Seth Rollins. With Rollins standing in fear and Kane & Big Show staring daggers through “The Viper”, Orton backs off, claiming that he was just “messing around”. While Kane, Big Show, and J&J Security do not appear to believe that Orton was just joking around, Seth Rollins uproariously laughs at the apparent charade put on by Randy Orton, saying that Orton is just “having fun”. As Kane continues to angrily glare at Randy Orton, Big Show gives in and embraces Randy Orton and his supposed joke. Rollins then says that, together, he and Randy Orton are going to “dismantle” Roman Reigns in the main event when they face Roman in a 2-on-1 Handicap Match. Bringing the reluctant Kane, Big Show, and J&J Security closer, Seth Rollins says that is what’s “best for business”.
After briefly getting to hold the Intercontinental Title belt on SmackDown before he was ambushed by Stardust, Daniel Bryan was in action on RAW as Bryan would go one-on-one with the title-less Intercontinental Champion Bad News Barrett in a non-title match with R-Truth a guest on commentary. In the end, it was Daniel Bryan scoring with the running knee, pinning Bad News Barrett and defeating the Intercontinental Champion for the second time. After the match, Daniel Bryan’s celebration was cut short by Bad News Barrett, who blasts Daniel Bryan with the Bull Hammer Elbow. After threatening R-Truth, Bad News Barrett would be ambushed by Dean Ambrose in the entrance way, leaving Barrett down on the outside.
With less than three weeks to go before he joins Dolph Ziggler, R-Truth, Luke Harper, & champion Bad News Barrett in a Ladder Match for the Intercontinental Championship at WrestleMania, Dean Ambrose was in action on RAW as “The Lunatic Fringe” would go one-on-one with the man who has possession of the Intercontinental Title belt, Stardust, with R-Truth still a guest on commentary. In the end, it was Dean Ambrose spiking Stardust with Dirty Deeds, pinning Stardust for the win. After the match, Dean Ambrose would grab the Intercontinental Title belt before Bad News Barrett rushes out and brawl breaks out between Ambrose and Barrett. Before long, Daniel Bryan joins the fray, followed shortly by Luke Harper and Dolph Ziggler.
As all six men brawl in the ring, R-Truth spots his opportunity, sneaking up and pulling the Intercontinental Title belt out of the ring, putting the belt in a burlap sack and stashing it under the announce table. Meanwhile, in the ring, Stardust takes Dean Ambrose out with Cross Rhodes, Dolph Ziggler takes Stardust out with a super kick, Luke Harper blasts Dolph Ziggler with the Discus Clothesline, and Daniel Bryan hits the running knee on Luke Harper before Bad News Barrett catches Daniel Bryan with the Bull Hammer Elbow. With everyone down but himself and R-Truth, Bad News Barrett would confront R-Truth at ringside, ordering R-Truth to hand the title belt over to him. Truth would reluctantly hand the burlap bag over to Barrett before Barrett heads into the crowd, but when Barrett spots R-Truth sprinting up the ramp with something under his jacket, the Intercontinental Champion gets suspicious. Barrett then reaches into the bag and pulls out a toy replica of the Intercontinental Title belt! R-Truth then pulls the real Intercontinental Title belt out of the burlap bag in his possession as Bad News Barrett tosses the toy belt on the floor in a fit of rage.
It would be announced on RAW that there will be a special inductee into the WWE Hall of Fame this year as, in honor of the late, great Ultimate Warrior, WWE is introducing the Warrior Award. This special award will recognize a “true hero who exhibits unwavering strength and perseverance and who lives life with the courage and compassion that embodies the incomparable spirit of The Ultimate Warrior”. It is then revealed that the inaugural recipient of the Warrior Award will be young Connor Michalek, an eight-year old boy who battled cancer throughout 2012, leaving an indelible mark on WWE and its Superstars as the young boy got to meet the likes of John Cena, Daniel Bryan, AJ Lee, Triple H, and Stephanie McMahon among others. Connor would make an impact to last a lifetime during his all access visit with WWE talent in 2012 before Connor passed away on April 25, 2014, succumbing to pediatric brain cancer. Gone but not forgotten, Connor’s memory lives on through Connor’s Cure, which is a fund dedicated to furthering the research on Pediatric cancer, as well as providing medical for children and their families. In less than a year, the fund has raised over $200,000 for over 50 families and, the night before WrestleMania, Connor “The Crusher” Michalek will be immortalized as the inaugural recipient of the Warrior Award when he takes his unprecedented spot in the WWE Hall of Fame.
With the world abuzz about Brock Lesnar’s future and whether or not that future is with WWE, the advocate for the WWE World Heavyweight Champion, Paul Heyman, appears live on RAW. Heyman first shows a promotional video of Roman Reigns’ rise to the main event of WrestleMania featuring comments from Roman Reigns himself, who speaks on NXT, The Shield, his detractors, and his upcoming match against Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania. After the video concludes, Paul Heyman offers a retort, saying “here comes the pain” before the advocate introduces his client as WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar makes his way to the ring to a mixed reaction. Heyman then calls the Roman Reigns video “propaganda”, mocking Roman Reigns’ rise to stardom. Heyman continues, saying that that he has known Roman’s family for years before saying that Roman’s father used to take a young Roman and his “savage cousins” to a bar where the local football players would hang out, telling them that, if there was one man left standing, then they should not bother coming home. Heyman then says that the same will apply come WrestleMania, telling Roman Reigns that, if he can’t beat Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania, then Roman doesn’t belong in this “family”. Heyman continues, saying that the only problem is that Roman Reigns will not beat Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania and Lesnar will not lose the WWE World Heavyweight Title to Roman at WrestleMania.
Paul Heyman then says that he knows what goes on “behind the scenes”, saying that, if The Authority plans on making sure that Roman Reigns wins the title at WrestleMania to make it an easier cash-in for Seth Rollins. Heyman then says that Seth Rollins will be “cheaper” as a champion than Brock Lesnar, suggesting that, if The Authority has a Montreal Screwjob scenario in mind, then Brock Lesnar will make sure that no one leaves Levi’s Stadium “alive”! Heyman continues, saying that the beating that Brock Lesnar is going to give Roman Reigns at WrestleMania will make everyone “respect” Roman Reigns and when they see Roman on the street, they will comment on how bad of an “ass-kicking” Roman took. After his microphone cuts out for the second week in a row, Heyman gets the microphone working again before saying that someone in the production truck likes to cut off his microphone instead of coming down to the ring and taking the microphone away from him. Heyman then declares that, if someone in a position of authority wants to come down and try to take the WWE World Heavyweight Title away from Brock Lesnar, then he dares them to come and try it. Heyman then says that, if Brock Lesnar wants to spend his summer unifying the WWE World Heavyweight and UFC Titles, then that’s what he’s going to do! Heyman then comments that, if Brock Lesnar wants to go down to Las Vegas and “smack around” Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao, then he will do just that, adding that both men combined still don’t match up in weight to Brock Lesnar. Heyman then declares that the WWE World Heavyweight Championship no longer belongs to WWE, it belongs to Brock Lesnar and he is “not giving it back”!
Heyman continues, saying that, in 2002, they took a rookie Brock Lesnar and pitted him against The Rock in an attempt to make “headlines” for The Rock, but instead, Lesnar sent The Rock “off to Hollywood”. Heyman then says that, in 2014, they “fed” Brock Lesnar to The Undertaker at WrestleMania and they expected The Undertaker to further his undefeated streak at WrestleMania, but Lesnar “damn near killed” The Undertaker on that unforgettable night. Heyman then accredits John Cena being forced out of the main event of WrestleMania on the beating that Cena suffered at the hands of Brock Lesnar. Heyman then vows that Lesnar is going to leave Roman Reigns on his “back” come WrestleMania. Brock Lesnar then glares intently at the WrestleMania sign before the WWE World Heavyweight Champion and his advocate leaves the ring.
Appearing in his typical dark location, Bray Wyatt stands before the legendary urn of The Undertaker, saying that WrestleMania is almost here and the “reaper” awaits The Undertaker. Bray then asks “where are you?” before again telling The Undertaker to “find me”.
Despite their issues this past Thursday night on SmackDown, The Authority’s Director of Operations Kane would team with “The World’s Largest Athlete” Big Show to face Erick Rowan and “The Big Guy” Ryback on RAW. During the match, the referee would have his back turned to Big Show as he attempted to get Ryback out of the ring and Big Show would try to take advantage. However, when Big Show went for the Knockout Punch on Erick Rowan from the outside, the giant misses Rowan’s head and accidentally blasts Kane with the Knockout Punch! Ryback then takes Big Show down on the outside while Erick Rowan scores the three-count on Kane in the ring, picking up the win for himself and Ryback.
After the match, an argument would naturally break out between the two hot-headed giants before an unhappy Stephanie McMahon makes her way to the ring. Stephanie says that they are three weeks away from WrestleMania and they are acting like this, saying that Kane & Big Show represent The Authority, which means they represent herself and Triple H, which means they represent WWE. The Principal Owner then gets the giants’ attention when she says that maybe Randy Orton was right when he said that Big Show was too busy “complaining” and Kane was too busy “getting coffee”, saying that Orton may have been joking, but she’s not. Stephanie continues, saying that she does not know what happened to the “monster” and the “giant”, but she wants them back. Disgusted with the two of them, Stephanie tells Kane & Big Show to just get out of her ring and, after having to repeat herself, Kane & Big Show listen to their boss. Despite the pleading from the two big men, Stephanie tells them that it’s for the best if they pack up their stuff and leave the arena, saying that, until they can think about the “bigger picture” and what is “best for business”, then they are “out”! Stephanie then asks if she made herself clear with both men giving Stephanie a “yes ma’am” before they walk to the back, followed shortly by a displeased Stephanie.
The Guest Star of RAW and Pittsburgh’s own Grammy Award-nominated hip hop superstar Wiz Khalifa would then appear on RAW for a special live performance of a few of his hit songs, including “We Dem Boyz” and “Black and Yellow”.
Before her and Paige face The Bella Twins in three weeks at WrestleMania, AJ Lee, with Paige in her corner, would face Summer Rae, with Cameron & Eva Marie in her corner, on RAW. In the end, it was AJ Lee locking in the Black Widow on Summer Rae, making Summer tap out to pick up the win.
In a special video message from Sting, “The Icon” would speak for the first time since arriving in WWE, addressing his upcoming match against Triple H at WrestleMania. Sting says that he has been called a “vigilante”, but he is more than that, he is the “face of retribution” and he is the “silencer of injustice”. Sting then says that he knows first-hand how a “power and ego” like Triple H’s can “destroy lives”. Sting continues, saying that WCW would fall under the watch of a “broken authority” and he would try to “save” WCW, but he “failed”. Sting then says that he knows the “pain of loss” and, after WrestleMania, so will Triple H, saying that Triple H cannot control “vengeance” and he will realize that Sting controls Triple H’s destiny. Sting continues, saying that Triple H’s only “loyalty” is to himself and he needs to be taken down, saying that he has been waiting fourteen years to do it, telling Triple H that, at WrestleMania, it will be “game over”.
Backstage, Rusev & Lana are on their way out to the ring when they are stopped by John Cena, who tells the United States Champion that he understands that competing at WrestleMania is a “privilege”, not a “right” and if he has not earned that privilege, then “so be it”. Cena then says that Rusev is too “stupid” to understand that he is in the same situation, telling Rusev that he can be proud of his country, but it does not mean that he can go down to the ring every week and disrespect the country that gave him the opportunity to succeed and provide for his family. Cena continues, saying that Rusev has the right of “free speech”, but Cena has the right to come down to the ring and shut Rusev’s mouth. Cena then dares Rusev to say one word about the United States of America and he won’t need a match at WrestleMania because he will prove to Rusev just how much “fight” America has.
Moments after an intense backstage confrontation with John Cena, the United States Champion was in action on RAW as Rusev, with Lana in his corner, would face the delusional leader of the AxelMania movement, Curtis Axel, in a non-title match. Rusev would make quick work of Curtis Axel, taking mere minutes to lock in the Accolade and making Axel tap out to pick up the win. After the match, despite the protests of Lana and the warning from John Cena, Rusev would grab a microphone and would immediately begin to insult America. Rusev says that Curtis Axel represents America, saying that Axel is “pathetic” and “delusional” and Axel thinks that he is a “man from the past who is no more”. Rusev continues, saying that, in the days of Hulk Hogan, America was strong, but now all they do is “live in the past” and, if Americans had a “soul”, then the “gods would look down and spit on it”.
Making good on his promise, John Cena would come out to the stage, readying himself for battle before making a beeline for the ring. Fueled by the strength of the American spirit, Cena would take it to Rusev, taking the United States Champion down before locking in the STF. Cena would wrench at the head and neck of Rusev, making the United States Champion pass out from the pain for the first time in his career! Referees would then rush out to check on Rusev as Cena grabs a bottle of water from outside of the ring. Cena would dump the water on Rusev to wake the United States Champion up before locking in the STF a second time, this time making Rusev tap out! With Cena refusing to break the hold, Lana would plead with John Cena from ringside, begging Cena to release the hold, but Cena would refuse to let go of the STF until Lana finally gives in to Cena’s demands, granting Cena’s request for a rematch against Rusev at WrestleMania for the United States Championship! Having gotten what he wanted and making a major statement in the process, John Cena would relinquish the hold and would look at Rusev with a smile on his face, exiting the ring as Lana, referees, and a ringside doctor check on Rusev.
The WWE Tag Team Champions were in action on RAW as Cesaro & Tyson Kidd, with Natalya in their corner, would face The New Day’s Big E & Xavier Woods, with Kofi Kingston in their corner, in a non-title match. During the match, Natalya would get on the ring apron, inadvertently distracting her husband, allowing Xavier Woods to hit a rolling facebuster on Tyson Kidd, pinning Kidd for the win. After the match, The Usos & Naomi would come out, having a brief confrontation with The New Day before making their way to the ring for Naomi’s match against Natalya.
With The Usos in her corner, Naomi would go one-on-one with Natalya, with WWE Tag Team Champions Cesaro & Tyson Kidd in her corner, on RAW. During the match, things would get physical between The Usos and Cesaro & Tyson Kidd on the outside as, in the ring, Naomi hits the Rear View, pinning Natalya for the win. After the match, Los Matadores come out, staring down the WWE Tag Team Champions before entering the ring for their match against The Usos.
After getting in a physical confrontation with WWE Tag Team Champions Cesaro & Tyson Kidd, The Usos, with Naomi in their corner, would face Los Matadores, with El Torito in their corner. During the match, El Torito would get on the ring apron, mocking Jimmy Uso and, after Diego shoves Jimmy into El Torito, knocking the mini-bull off of the ring apron, Diego rolls up Jimmy Uso to pick up the win.
As he continues on his quest to draw The Undertaker out for a showdown at WrestleMania, the self-proclaimed “New Face of Fear” Bray Wyatt would appear in the ring live on RAW. Bray says that he “never sleeps”, but he is “always dreaming” and in these dreams, he sees “cities burning” and “governments crumbling” and all the “beautiful creations laid to ruin”. Wyatt continues, saying that, in this dream, it is the “buzzards” that guide him and when he follows them, he is astonished by what he sees as what lies below the buzzards is The Undertaker. Bray then says that “pride” has always been his favorite “sin” and it was The Undertaker’s pride that led him straight to “The Deadman”, saying that he does not want to “worship” The Undertaker and he does not wish to stand beside The Undertaker, he just wants to walk over The Undertaker’s “broken bones” as he ascends to his “throne”. Bray continues, saying that he cannot be The Undertaker’s “redemption” because he is the “new face of fear” and The Undertaker always knew that the streak was going to end. Bray then says that the “cruel hands of fate” stole The Undertaker’s destiny, saying that he can “give it all back” to The Undertaker. Wyatt continues, saying that WrestleMania will be The Undertaker’s “resurrection”, but it will also be his “final resting place”. Bray then dares The Undertaker to come out and answer his challenge and, when there is no answer, Bray Wyatt turns his attention to The Undertaker’s legendary urn, asking if it can “bring back the dead”.
Bray then grabs the urn and opens it, staring inside the urn before laughing and setting the urn back down. Wyatt then says that the urn is empty, but Bray is interrupted once a mysterious smoke starts to billow out of the urn. Bray then drops the microphone and prepares for the arrival of The Undertaker as thunder rumbles in the arena and smoke continues to pour out of the urn. Then the unmistakable gong of The Undertaker sounds throughout the arena as everything goes dark and the gong sounds twice more before a sole spotlight shines in the middle of the ring, illuminating the mysterious rocking chair that supposedly belonged to Bray Wyatt’s Sister Abigail and was destroyed by Dean Ambrose several months ago. The sight of the chair would bring Bray Wyatt to his knees in the ring with a wide-eyed look of fear in his eyes before the gong sounds again and a message for Bray Wyatt appears on the big screen that reads, “at WrestleMania, the man comes around”! The unmistakable voice of The Undertaker then booms in the arena as “The Phenom” tells Bray Wyatt that he will “rest in peace”! The gong then sounds again before a bolt of lightning strikes the rocking chair in the middle of the ring, igniting the chair! As his mystical rocking chair symbolically burns in front of him, Bray Wyatt does not show any fear, but instead the demonic Bray Wyatt laughs hysterically at the fiery scene before him.
Then it was time for the main event as, after Roman Reigns single-handedly left The Authority lying following a loss to Seth Rollins last week, Roman Reigns would face Authority members “The Viper” Randy Orton and “Mr. Money-in-the-Bank” Seth Rollins, with J&J Security in his corner, in a 2-on-1 Handicap Match. Before the match even begins, Randy Orton and Seth Rollins have a brief disagreement over who will start the match before Orton settles the argument by letting Rollins start the match. A few minutes into the match, Seth Rollins would send Roman Reigns to the outside and J&J Security would close in on Reigns before the referee spots them. Reigns would then take advantage, landing a right hand on Rollins and bringing Rollins back into the ring. Meanwhile, Randy Orton gets off of the ring apron and gets into an argument with J&J Security over nearly costing Orton & Rollins the match and, unfortunately for Seth Rollins, his reach for a tag was left unanswered. Not long after this, Seth Rollins would have control of Roman Reigns in the ropes and, with the referee backing Rollins up, J&J Security would shout at Randy Orton to “do what you’re supposed to do” and attack Reigns behind the referee’s back. “The Viper” would take offense to being bossed around by J&J Security and would get off of the ring apron to get in their faces and, when Jamie Noble takes his jacket off, Randy Orton strikes and takes Noble down with a right hand. This leads to Seth Rollins taking his attention off of Roman Reigns as Rollins orders Joey Mercury to pick Jamie Noble up and leave the ringside area, saying that he and Orton can handle things on their own.
With J&J Security sent to the back by Seth Rollins, the match would continue as Roman Reigns would mount a comeback in the 2-on-1 Handicap Match before both men knock each other down at the same time. Seth Rollins would then crawl to his corner with his hand outstretched for a tag, but Randy Orton pulls his hand away, backing away from the ring apron! As Orton glares at Rollins from his spot on the ring steps, Rollins continues to stick out his hand, saying that Orton is just “kidding around”, but when Orton puts his two middle fingers in the air, it becomes clear that he is all too serious. The shocked Rollins would then turn around into a Spear by Roman Reigns, who pins Rollins to pick up the win. After Roman Reigns exits the ring, Randy Orton methodically walks down the ring apron, not taking his gaze off of Seth Rollins as it becomes apparent that, with Kane & Big Show dismissed from the arena earlier in the night by Stephanie McMahon and with J&J Security dismissed by Seth Rollins moments earlier, there was no one who could help Seth Rollins.
With the opportunity for revenge finally before him, Randy Orton enters the ring and walks over to a fearful Seth Rollins, telling Rollins “shame on you” for thinking that Orton was not going to want payback. “The Viper” then picks Rollins up by his head, slapping Rollins before hurling him over the top rope. Rollins then tries his best to crawl away from Orton, but Orton picks Rollins up, hitting Rollins with a clothesline. “The Viper” then sends Rollins into the steel steps before bouncing Rollins’ head off of the steps and sending Rollins into the other set of steel steps. Methodically stalking Seth Rollins around the ring, Orton would grab Rollins by the neck, saying that Rollins is “stupid” for thinking that he would ever join his “family” before sending Rollins into the ringside barricade, following it up with several uppercuts, the last of which sends Rollins over the barricade. With an unhinged look in his eyes, Randy Orton would grab a steel chair, following Rollins into the crowd where he delivers a chair shot to the back of “Mr. Money-in-the-Bank”. Orton then delivers another chair shot to the back before delivering a chair shot to the arm of Rollins and Rollins frantically tries to escape into the sea of people, but Orton pulls him away, delivering another chair shot to the back. With Rollins down on the concrete, Orton tells Rollins that he is going to show Rollins who he is. As Rollins tries to crawl away, Orton would follow Rollins before propping Rollins up on the ringside barricade and delivering his signature DDT, planting “Mr. Money-in-the-Bank” face-first on the arena floor. Orton then picks Rollins up, tossing Rollins head-first over the announce table before “The Apex Predator” exposes the announce table with sinister intent. Orton then pulls Rollins up onto the announce table, standing Rollins up and delivering the RKO to Rollins through the announce table! As Seth Rollins lies face-first on the remnants of the announce table, a satisfied Randy Orton walks away from the destruction as the referee and ringside doctor tend to a motionless Seth Rollins.
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