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The New Day def. Alberto Del Rio & Rusev

PITTSBURGH — Break out those Booty-O’s, The New Day are still your (cue Xavier Woods’ voice and hip gyrations) Double U. Double U. E. World. Tag. Team. Champiooooonnnns … which isn’t to say they didn’t face some payback from the twice-humiliated League of Nations. This time, it was Alberto Del Rio & Rusev who battled New Day, following Sheamus & King Barrett’s failed attempt to add the Tag Titles to their (ahem) accolades at WWE Roadblock.

Despite the change-up in New Day’s lineup — Woods & Big E held down the fort while Kofi Kingston played hype man — the champions held tough against their foreign foes, particularly Woods, who had to carry the match after Del Rio stomped Big E face-first onto the apron. A distraction from Kingston helped Woods get the rollup on Rusev, but “the lads” didn’t take their loss lying down, dispatching Kingston with a Bull Hammer, Big E with a Brogue Kick, and Woods with the big stomp and Accolade before challenging New Day to a match at WrestleMania.

The League of Nations challenges WWE Tag Team Champions The New Day to a match at WrestleMania: Raw, March 14, 2016

After sending a powerful message to the WWE Tag Team Champions on Raw, The League of Nations wants to settle the score on The Grandest Stage of Them All.


Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman confronted Dean Ambrose

For better or worse, Dean Ambrose is out of the roadblock. But he’s still got a date in the street with Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania, which Paul Heyman and The Beast made an explicit point of reminding Ambrose about when he attempted to address his WWE World Heavyweight Championship loss against Triple H over the weekend. Ambrose, of course, doesn’t exactly shy away from fights these days, so he was all ready to throw down with The Anomaly at a moment’s notice. Despite Heyman’s objections, Lesnar seemed game himself — that is, until Ambrose produced a hidden crowbar to drive Lesnar away. Touché, lunatic, though Mick Foley did Ambrose one better later in the night by bestowing a most extreme gift on The Lunatic Fringe ...

Mick Foley gives Dean Ambrose a familiar equalizer: Raw, March 14, 2016

The Hardcore Legend presents Dean Ambrose with "Barbie," three weeks before The Lunatic Fringe's No Holds Barred Street Fight against Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania.


Ryback def. Sin Cara

Sin Cara vs. Ryback: Raw, March 14, 2016

As The Big Guy continues his campaign against smaller Superstars, Sin Cara looks to take the brute down to size.

Big guys deserve big opportunities. And Ryback has one particular opportunity in mind. Using Sin Cara as something of a sample opponent, The Big Guy unleashed the full scope of his own human highlight reel on the solitary Lucha Dragon, dispatching him with the greatest of ease and Shell Shocked him twice before laying down a challenge to Kalisto for the U.S. Title at WrestleMania.


Dolph Ziggler confronted The Authority

Dolph Ziggler takes a stand against The Authority: Raw, March 14, 2016

The Showoff risks being fired on Raw, boldly interrupting Triple H and Stephanie McMahon.

Dolph Ziggler loves to poke the bear. For a while now, The Showoff has been butting heads with The Authority backstage, but the former World Heavyweight Champion took his defiance to another level by stepping to Triple H and Stephanie McMahon in the middle of the ring. Interestingly, despite the interruption The Game seemed, well, game to offer Ziggler a spot in The Authority’s ranks to help reverse his fortunes. And even though Ziggler turned him down and insulted Stephanie, he was still lucky(?) enough to receive a devilish deal from The Authority: a spot in any WrestleMania match he desired, minus the WWE World Heavyweight Title contest, if he defeated Triple H later in the evening.


Sami Zayn def. The Miz

Sami Zayn vs. The Miz: Raw, March 14, 2016

One week after his triumphant return to WWE, Sami Zayn takes on the bearer of "The Moneymaker."

Sami Zayn is quickly turning WWE into his own personal playground: One week after returning to Raw and beating up Kevin Owens, The Underdog From the Underground has defeated Owens & Miz on SmackDown and Stardust at WWE Roadblock. This week on Raw, he got Miz one-on-one and despite attempted interference from KO at commentary, he added another win to his record by dispatching The Awesome One with a Helluva Kick. Interestingly enough, however, it wasn’t Zayn who thwarted Owens’ attempted breakup of the match, but Miz. Of course, that ironically set Miz up for his own defeat, but the message seems to be clear: Owens doesn’t just have one enemy on The Road to KO-Mania.


Naomi & Tamina def. Brie Bella & Alicia Fox

Brie Bella & Alicia Fox vs. Naomi & Tamina: Raw, March 14, 2016

As Lana looks on, Brie Bella teams up with Alicia Fox to take on Naomi and the imposing Tamina.

The WWE Universe wants Lana. Brie Bella, however, has likely had enough for a while. The Ravishing Russian’s continued torment of the former Divas Champion left both Brie and her teammate Alicia Fox in ruins on Raw. First, the mere presence of Lana threw Team Bella off its game against Naomi & Tamina, then, her attempted intrusion into the match itself allowed Naomi & Tamina to pin Brie with a double-team maneuver. When Alicia Fox attempted to repay The Ravishing Russian, she got dropped as well with a pair of superkicks straight to the chin from the B.A.D. veterans.


The Usos def. Bo Dallas & Adam Rose

The Usos vs. The Social Outcasts: Raw, March 14, 2016

As The Dudley Boyz look on from the announce desk, Jimmy & Jey Uso take on the "trending" Social Outcasts.

Good news for The Social Outcasts: They got some free Burger King Grilled Dogs. Bad news for The Social Outcasts: The Usos dispatched Bo Dallas & Adam Rose in a hail of superkicks, despite the presence of The Dudley Boyz at commentary. Granted, The Outcasts got a couple of licks in, but the fired-up Samoan twins wasted no time in turning on the jets, putting the boots to their challengers and finishing Dallas off with a big splash, all while staring those damn Dudleys the whole way up the ramp ... and onto WrestleMania.


WWE World Heavyweight Champion Triple H def. Dolph Ziggler

And the Internet broke: Not only did Triple H defeat Dolph Ziggler to deny The Showoff a WrestleMania blank check, but Roman Reigns returned to unleash hell on The Game and reinforce his position as The King of Kings’ potential usurper at The Show of Shows. Truth be told, The Game’s first match on Raw in three years was a bit of a rough night all around: Ziggler’s mix of mat game and explosiveness landed him a Famouser, a big DDT and a superkick before Triple H nailed a Pedigree out of nowhere to pin him.

That’s when Reigns made his entrance (from the ramp, no less), and he gave no quarter to the man who sent him into surgery, busting The King of Kings open as he battered him about the arena. Reigns even shoved aside referees and security who attempted to stop the madness. The beating only stopped after Reigns had broken a television across The Game’s back, and it took The Usos, Jack Swagger and Mark Henry to finally do it. It’s on.

Roman Reigns returns and brings the fight to Triple H: Raw, March 14, 2016

The Big Dog makes an unexpected appearance on Raw and gets some retribution against his WrestleMania opponent.


Neville def. Chris Jericho via Disqualification

Neville vs. Chris Jericho: Raw, March 14, 2016

The Man That Gravity Forgot takes flight against "The Best in the World at What He Does."

This whole AJ Styles thing has Chris Jericho way more out of sorts than everybody seems to have thought. Not only did The Ayatollah of Rock ’n’ Rolla all but foam at the mouth insulting The Phenomenal One, but he was also so flustered during his match with Neville that he shoved the official and got himself disqualified against The Man That Gravity Forgot, who picked up a win despite suffering an injury in the process. That led to more vitriol from Jericho, and ultimately, the arrival of AJ Styles, who swooped down with one of his jaw-shattering “Phenomenal Forearms” to Jericho’s face. All together now: A-J-STYYYY-LES!


The Undertaker confronted Mr. McMahon and Shane McMahon

Three weeks from WrestleMania and here we are. For the first time, all three of the players in the battle that will determine the future of Monday Night Raw — Shane McMahon, Mr. McMahon and The Undertaker — were together in the ring. It was predictably tense, particularly when Shane insinuated The Deadman was little more than The Chairman’s puppet. That was enough for The Phenom to throw hands, though Shane held his own against The Demon of Death Valley until The Chairman quite literally threw Shane-O-Mac gullet-first into a chokeslam. Mr. McMahon narrowly avoided The Deadman himself, and even though he left the night with a smile on his face, it appears the McMahons, with their dueling agendas, have woken the dragon … the big, dead dragon. And now, no one is safe.

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