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The Recap for WWE Raw 3.31.14, live from Washington, DC.

No lengthy recap today, just Undertaker's DONG to start us off this week. Well, that's certainly different. He proceeds to deliver a fairly cookie-cutter Undertaker promo, promising to drown Brock in the deep waters at Wrestlemania. Undertaker acknowledges that some say that the Streak will end, it is inevitable, but he's got some fuel left in his tank. Only three things in life are constant: death, taxes, and the Streak. Paul Heyman and Brock Lesnar interrupt to remind him that it only takes one F5 to end it all. Paul promises the end of the Streak at WM and they turn to leave but Brock has other ideas as he starts approaching the ring. Finally, Heyman provides a distraction for Brock to attack and lay out UT with the F5. 1 for 1. It doesn't make me any more excited for their match at WM, but this was a nice enough opening segment.

Match 1: Non-Title: Big E v Alberto Del Rio
Big E runs him over with a big shoulder to start off and controls in the corner. Military press gets 2, but his blind charge misses and Big E's shoulder gets introduced to the post. ADR works the arm and we head to a break. Back from the break, Big E fights out of something with a suplex but runs right into an elbow. Del Rio grabs an armbar hanging off the ropes and heads up but gets crunched with a backbreaker. Big E makes the comeback with a belly-to-belly but his splash hits knees. ADR can't make anything of it as he misses the sliding superkick. He still escapes a slam to nail a lung blower for 2. Big E escapes the Cross Armbreaker and lands the splash (Big Landing?) for 2. He wants the Big Ending but ADR escapes and locks on the Cross Armbreaker. Big E powerbombs out of that, but it only gets 2. They fight it out on the top rope, but Big E falls and gets caught in the ropes, and ADR takes him down with a SICK double stomp. Sliding superkick finishes clean in 10 minutes. 2 for 2. Perfectly Acceptable Wrestling, but Del Rio gets the CLEAN WIN?!?! That double-stomp gets a replay, and rightfully so.

Bray Wyatt joins us to talk about what it takes the change the world. Whispers don't work anymore; you have to pry people's eyes open now. Bray will make sure that the children will forget Cena, and worse, they will see Cena as he sees Cena - as a monster.

Match 2: Summer Rae v Natalya
I'm fairly certain that this is Summer Rae's first singles match on Raw, and she surprises me by not using Fandango's music. This match is a result of their altercation on Total Divas, because apparently that's what it takes to get on the Wrestlemania go-home show. Vicki Guerrero is on commentary and she clarifies that the Invitational at WM is a one-fall match. Summer controls early on and takes her down with a clothesline and grabs a chinlock. Natalya fights out but runs into the SLAP OF DOOM, which only pisses her off. She wants the Sharpshooter, but Summer fights her off and smacks her in the head for the pin in 2 minutes. 2 for 3. Moving right along.

Triple H and Stephanie are out to give the audience a chance to say farewell to the #YesMovement because they're benevolent people. Triple H rips on the people for being lazy and wanting to be part of something without actually doing anything. He brings up Fandangoing and chides the audience for just moving on and forgetting about it. Stephanie tells the audience that Daniel Bryan isn't going to be here tonight because it's in his best interest to go to New Orleans early and rest up. HHH brings up marrying "spectacularly well" (cue kiss) but talks about having all the power because of his sustained dominance in the ring. The crowd starts to sense this veering into your typical 20-Minute Triple H Promo and starts up a "boring" chant, so Trips throws it over to a ridiculous video package that essentially puts down every single babyface of importance over the last ten years or so in favor of Triple H. Hunter assures us that he's still the Game, and at Wrestlemania he will show the world that he's the most powerful man in the WWE. There's that subtle, terrific threat that Justin caught last week. Batista has something to say about this because this promo MUST GO ON. Dave looks ludicrous in a Georgetown jersey and a beret. He thinks this farewell is really cute, but wants to remind Hunter that he's never beaten him. They do a back-and-forth with material fit for middle school but now Orton interrupts because he wants to see Steph slap the taste out of Batista's mouth like last week. Orton's snide tactfulness is better than whatever Trips and Dave are bringing to the table. Triple H tells Orton that he can only survive Wrestlemania if he can become The Viper. To help him, Triple H makes his match later tonight a no-DQ match. This was interminably long, and I can't believe I'm saying this, but it needed more Orton. 2 for 4.

Match 3: Rybaxel and the Real Americans v The Usos and Los Matadores
These four teams are part of a Four-Way Tag Title match at the WM preshow. Ryback starts with one of the Usos (they're wearing shirts; I use the chest tattoo to identify them) but they double team him down for a 1-count. Axel comes in but runs into a Los Matadores double team. He gets dropkicked by, let's call him Fernando, and Jimmy Uso comes in to work him over only to get caught in the wrong corner. He and Cesaro exchange big hits and Swagger comes in to lay down a beating. Jimmy fights out eventually with a floatover DDT and it's time for stereo dives! Jey's crossbody on Swagger gets two but Jack unceremoniously tosses him into the guardrail as we go to a break.

Back from the break, and we're treated to a beautiful Cesaro dropkick. Cesaro catches an Uso off the ropes with a backbreaker and hits an amazing deadlift gutwrench suplex for 2. Ryback comes in as the crowd starts a "We The People/Let's Go Usos" duelling chant. Double KO has Jey getting a HOT TAG and Jimmy is a house o'fire! Samoan drop and corner avalanche get two on Axel and Ryback eats a superkick and gets dumped. Swagger runs HIM over with a boot and the Matadores break up the Cesaro Swing to a resounding round of boos. Jimmy avoids the Swagger Bomb but one of the Matadores jumps right into the Ankle Lock. Jey breaks that up and that distraction allows the Matadores to pull the switcheroo. Swagger gets rolled up at 14 minutes to end it. 3 for 5. An underwhelming finish almost, given what the Usos and Real Americans have been producing on a weekly basis, but a decent enough match. It seems like the Real Americans' breakup is also on hold.

Match 4: Fandango and Damien Sandow v The Rhodes Brothers
Only Fandango gets an entrance. Sandow starts with Cody but gets dumped outside. Fandango comes in but doesn't fare much better until he gets a cheapshot to take over. Sandow beats up on Cody outside and gets a cover inside for 2. Fandango comes in with a suplex for 2, and he and Sandow control Cody with some quick tags. Finally, Goldust gets the hot tag and cleans house on the heels, including Fandango landing right into an atomic drop. Yikes, that looks like it hurt. Goldust takes out the heels with a double crossbody and Cody dives onto Fandango outside, allowing Goldust to finish Sandow with the Curtain Call in 4 minutes. 3 for 6.

The Shield are backstage and they feel sorry for Kane. At Wrestlemania, they will put Kane and those geriatrics, the New Age Outlaws, out of their misery. Ambrose points out that the Shield never disrespected Kane, but Kane disrespected them. The Shield will teach these kids a lesson about attitude and they would do well to learn it. Believe in the Shield.

Match 5: Bray Wyatt v R-Truth
I'm just happy for Kofi Kingston. Bray dominates with sheer power and kicks him around. Bray charges blindly in the corner, resulting in some trademark R-Truth offense. That lasts for about a minute and Bray sniffs it out with his running crossbody. Bray takes his sweet time, alowing R-Truth another comeback. This one ends with Truth running into a big clubbing forearm. A sick, crunching pendulum ribcrusher sets up a corner avalanche, and the spidercrawl and Sister Abigail finish in 5 minutes. Bray's chaotic style is fun to watch but he needs something more than a squash. Postmatch, Bray promises that this is the end, but a second sheep mask shows up during his pose, revealing himself to be John Cena. Rowan gets an AA and Bray barely escapes one! 4 for 7. That's a hit for the whole thing. This is already the best built match at Wrestlemania and that segment is a good way to further that.

Match 6: Non-title Lumberjill Match: AJ Lee v Naomi
Naomi gets a two off a rollup when AJ gets distracted by the lumberjills. AJ takes offense to the lumberjills not attacking Naomi, but that gets her kicked back in the ring. She hits back with a roundhouse for 2 and kicks away in the corner, but Naomi fights out a hanging guillotine. AJ takes over with a neckbreaker for 2 but takes too long and gets her head kicked off. AJ gets tossed, and the horrible lumberjills team up on her again, but Tamina steps up to protect her, but that results in both of their asses getting kicked. Back inside, the Rear View finishes in 4 minutes. 4 for 8.

John Cena promises to be a monster at Wrestlemania because being a monster for a day will save his legacy for a lifetime. Cena is a desperate man and he will face his fears. He promises to stick his foot up Bray's ass. That was nice and simple.

Match 7: Kane v Roman Reigns
Reigns wins the vote in a landslide: 80/11/9. He dominates in the corner but runs right into a big right hand. Kane pummels away in the corner and gets a sidewalk slam, but Reigns fights off the Chokeslam and gets the Superman Punch. Running boot on the outside sets up the Spear but the NAO waddle down the ring to take a look. They only reach halfway down the ramp before Rollins and Ambrose clean them up. Reigns puts him down with the Superman Punch but now the Shield put the boots to Kane for a DQ in 3 minutes. The Shield are thinking triple powerbomb, but the Outlaws wake up in time to save Kane. 4 for 9.

Piper's Pit is next and Roddy Piper talks about WM1, and he wants it to be duly noted that it was not him who was pinned that night. Piper wants to talk ARMBAR and who his favorite is, but Miz interrupts. Miz points out that he's won the main event at Wrestlemania, unlike Piper or Andre. Sheamus is out to declare Miz unfit to hold Piper's kilt. He sees a Brogue in Miz's future. Titus interrupts, and now Piper's really losing his shit. "Really?! I'm talking here!" Dolph interrupts. Piper's reactions are the only thing worth seeing. Piper sets them off on each other, leading to a donnybrook as a bunch of people run in. Rey Mysterio gets his own music for some reason. Sin Cara gets 619'd. Face-on-face violence?! Won't someone think of the children? Big Show waddles down to clear the ring. Ziggler and Ryder get double chokeslammed, because reasons. Rey Mysterio begs off, but then turns around and hits him with the 619 anyway. Show catches a dive and tosses him onto the rest of the field. I guess he's Piper's favorite. 5 for 10. This was all Piper, all the way.

Match 8: Non-title, No-DQ: Randy Orton v Batista
Triple H and Stephanie come down to the ring right before this starts, prompting Dave to elicit a loud "what the FUCK!?" It spills outside almost right away and Orton stomps away on Batista and sends him into the guardrail. Batista gets tossed into the timekeeper's area but he comes back from there wielding a chair. He tries to murderize Orton against the post but goes into the announce table where the Authority are on commentary. Orton drives him into the barricade backfirst but can't sustain the offensive back inside. Batista dumps him back out and works him over as Triple H goads him on. Orton gets spinebustered onto the apron but he gets his hands on a kendo stick and wails away. Batista stops that by sending him into the steps and the spinebuster back inside sets up the Batista Bomb, but Orton escapes with the inverted backbreaker. Vintage Orton! Orton sets up for the RKO but now Daniel Bryan ambushes Triple H at the commentary position! Orton saves him by sending Bryan into the steps but back inside Batista breaks HIM in half with a Spear! Busaiku Knee for Dave! Trips gets AIR GOAT and he goes to town on ANYTHING THAT MOVES. Triple bears the worst of a Kendo stick asswhooping. This crowd has lost its shit! Let's call that a Sportz Entertainment Finish at 8 minutes. 6 for 11. Hellacious brawl and an electric ending, you can't ask for much more.

Wrestling Counter: 50 minutes.

It's a pretty great last 45 minutes or so, but there wasn't much before that. All the main programs had already reached a point where no more twists were really possible. Given the build so far, I think they delivered a fairly entertaining go-home show, though I'm not sure it did anything to get those on the fence to buy the PPV/Network.

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Not watching a whole lot of WWE these days, but figured the go home for WM was worth a watch and I enjoyed the little battle royal, and seeing Show (you know, he used to be Andre the Giant's son!) clean house.

and the end was great. I don't really understand why Daniel Bryan is so over - Kofi Kingston can work too - but he sure is over. And who says Trips can't sell?!? Suddenly Randy and Dave were invisible. Almost made me buy - I still might.

(edited by AWArulz on 31.3.14 2333)


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I thought that that Triple H: A Brief History Of Burials video was pure genius. It had everybody -- everybody, of course, except Night of Champions 2011. "Hunter won't job to Bryan and will give himself the title because that's what he does" is the perfect psychology for this. The 45-second Pedigree at Wrestlemania 19! The Kurt Angle love triangle ended wrong! He cut off Jericho at the knees! He turned Jeff into Willow! Eugene ... well he wasn't there. But finally the cycle will be broken, if only for one night. Could be pretty special.

Undertaker/Lesnar was better than nothing I guess. Undertaker can't take a table F5 like Mark Henry or literally 30 hard chairshots like Big Show or else he will Actually Die, so the idea that just one F5 is all it takes was simple enough. It'll be up to Cena to renew the streak of great Streak builds though. Well, either him or Kevin Dunn, who'd be the critical figure in drumming up a masterpiece of production, light shows, magic tricks, and epic videos for Undertaker/Sting.

Or maybe Bray Wyatt, who knows. I liked how all the Wyatts were genuinely curious as to who could possibly be under that mask. Also like Cena's adherence to continuity by being sure to disguise himself in the official Wyatt pledge custodial uniform. John Cena having that little to do on a Wrestlemania go-home show was about as mind-bending as everything else related to Cena and this show.

Not just Batista/Orton, but AJ/Naomi was also a window into an alternate reality Wrestlemania of what might have been if Aksana had never been born. Whoa I just realized Aksana pulled off some real House of Cards shit by breaking Naomi's face and setting a Machiavellian series of events into motion resulting in her getting a women's title shot at Wrestlemania.

Let's Go Usos vs. We The People was the most adorable version of Let's Go Cena Sucks.

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So I counted 26 faces on that rundown of battle royal participants. Are they still adding people, or did they just not show everyone? Surprises/legends planned? Or am I unable to count?

By the way, is it just me or in the build-up for the ARMBAR, has there been a distinct, disappointing, and downright depressing lack of emphasis on WHY this is named after Andre the Giant? I mean, I know he pretty much embodies the phrase "needs no introduction," but today's fan could probably be taught a bit about how he was the master of the battle royal. I can't recall if he ended his career undefeated in the matches or not (I know at one SNME where he knocked KoKo B Ware the eff out, he still was), but why not show a highlight video of Andre just dominating battle royals? Hell, show his win at WMII. SOMEthing to highlight why this is such a huge thing and he's the perfect namesake for it.

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    Eugene ... well he wasn't there.


I was left thinking about all the people who were not big enough to get included in that video package but would've been fun to see fall one more time. Shelton! London and Kendrick! And other people I've forgotten? Maybe they could've used some editing tricks to have him beating Lashley and Kennedy too.

That seemed like the place to do the CM Punk kiss off, but I guess even one frame of him would cause people to expect him to show up for the next six days. It's too bad, it would have worked so well.

Right after the turn, Meltzer mentioned the long term plan for Batista was for him to still end up a good guy. I think, if you lose close enough, they're actually kind of setting that up. He's not a fan of this Daniel Bryan, but he seems to be having much more issue with HHH (and Orton, who also exists.)

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I'm still not watching any of this, but from what I'm reading, I really want Triple H to walk out of Wrestlemania with the belts. I will absolutely search out that video package of his because it sounds fantastic.

EDIT!: YES! It is fantastic.


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#7 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.39
If Bryan hadn't shown up at the end, this would have been near the top of underwhelming WM go-home shows.

The Triple H video pure awesome evil.

Cena and Wyatt are going to steal the show on Sunday, just a prediction.

"Shut up, Ziggler", was all I could say when he came out talking over Piper and correcting the "professional wrestling" comment.



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#8 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.26
    Originally posted by JustinShapiro
    I thought that that Triple H: A Brief History Of Burials video was pure genius. It had everybody -- everybody, of course, except Night of Champions 2011. "Hunter won't job to Bryan and will give himself the title because that's what he does" is the perfect psychology for this. The 45-second Pedigree at Wrestlemania 19! The Kurt Angle love triangle ended wrong! He cut off Jericho at the knees! He turned Jeff into Willow! Eugene ... well he wasn't there. But finally the cycle will be broken, if only for one night. Could be pretty special.


Straight up threatening us with a repeat of what happened to Booker T was spectacular, and had the converse affect of making fully confident of a Bryan win at WM. I already bought the network just because of the back catalog, but this was an effective enough build that I might just have bought WM on its own this year.

The one really interesting thing to me is the ARMBaR. I honestly have absolutely no idea who is going to win that. Whoever I pick will be a complete guess.
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#9 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.85
During the main event, Hunter bragged that he could be at ringside because all of this was his. Steph corrected him, saying it was theirs. His ego and that of the McMahons seems like a natural angle going into Mania, but it's only recently appeared. Maybe this sets up the Hunter angle after Mania, but does that story require him to wear the combined belts?





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The most important part of the Triple H video was having Steph narrate it. Gives it more of a we made this because we are in charge and can do whatever we want, screw you feeling to it.

The only problem I have with this whole Authority angle is that regardless of who ends up on top, the Authority will always be in charge. Is the end game to have Vince come back to restore order? Because that's the only way to truly stop them.



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#11 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.00
With the way they've ramped up the "we have ALL the power, we OWN all of this!" stuff the last few weeks, I'm beginning to suspect that Vince's return is going to be part of the endgame this Sunday.
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Hunter has made some really solid arguments these last couple of weeks. The Fandango point was spot on and probably went over most The Universe's head.

I love Battle Royals, but this one better really deliver with the way the card looks now and the talent they've put in there. It felt like Big Show had to win this thing, now I am not so sure.
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Seems a little strange that in the two weeks leading up to WrestleMania, their #1 face got about 3 minutes of screen time.
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    Originally posted by Amos Cochran
    With the way they've ramped up the "we have ALL the power, we OWN all of this!" stuff the last few weeks, I'm beginning to suspect that Vince's return is going to be part of the endgame this Sunday.


It would make no sense. Vince started the whole Bryan will never be the face of the WWE. It would make no sense for him to go against that when it lead to everything. Then again, this company and logic have a poor relationship. They have always needed a Foley or someone who is a pure face to come in and save the company from itself. I hear that Shane maybe backstage, so it could be him or Hogan. My bet is we get a wacky ending to Bryan/HHH and it becomes a fatal four way. Even with all the wink nodding about the smart fans, remember the number one rule before going into a PPV, whoever is standing tall at the end of Raw or Smackdown ends up losing at the PPV.

Cena was on the show for more than 3 minutes, that is the number one face. The HHH promo is the same one we always get spit, bury, somethinggamesomething, spit, bury, somethingIamsototall​yoversomething repeat.

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    Originally posted by BigDaddyLoco
    Hunter has made some really solid arguments these last couple of weeks. The Fandango point was spot on and probably went over most The Universe's head.



What I saw of that section suggested Fandango was adopted by the audience who then disregarded him. But that was never the case. The only folks who boosted him on their own was a smashed post-Mania RAW crowd, and they were playing up the music and packaging. The WWE wanted us to think people were spreading the Fandango (so to speak) in those fake viral videos. The performer brings very little to the ring. He never had a serious rivalry beyond Jericho; he won at Mania and then did nothing. That's a whole year of treading water in the shallow end of the pool. His turnbuckle Falcon Arrow could and should get him over. I like that move. But I'm a sucker for a good finisher.



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    Originally posted by lotjx
    My bet is we get a wacky ending to Bryan/HHH and it becomes a fatal four way.


I've been scared of this sense they added " the winner goes to the main event" and not just " if Bryan wins." With Hogan there as the host he'll make sure justice is served.
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#17 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.80
Oh yeaaur, the main event will get turned into a Fatal 4-Way after HHH loses and forces himself into the main event anyway, cause he can, only for Vince to Gorilla Walk out right before the main starts to deliver some bad news(tm) to 3/4s of Evolution.

Man I don't know about you but Triple H Burials the Movie looks like it's gonna win an academy award this year. Can't wait for the sequel Triple H Burials: The Burying that just features him killing people's momentum with promos.

What's the deal with Wrestlemania and the Network? I get I'll be able to see the HOF and 'Mainia pre-show but will I still have to order WM 30 via PPV?

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Nope, it's on the Network.
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    Originally posted by LostInUbe
    The most important part of the Triple H video was having Steph narrate it. Gives it more of a we made this because we are in charge and can do whatever we want, screw you feeling to it.

    The only problem I have with this whole Authority angle is that regardless of who ends up on top, the Authority will always be in charge. Is the end game to have Vince come back to restore order? Because that's the only way to truly stop them.


Well, there's lots of possibility for Bryan to torment the Authority to the point where Trips has to put up control of the E in a match (not necessarily a Trips vs. Bryan match, although it certainly could be). Seems to me like an ideal way to establish DB as an Austin-level star.
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Our power went out last night just before Batista/Orton. I just watched the last 15 minutes on Hulu, and I don't think I've ever seen Hunter flop around that much for anyone ever before.
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