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Raw results: Chamber participants collide and The Shield baits The Wyatts

The Elimination Chamber Match participants confronted each other

Raw: Feb. 17, 2014

DENVER – In six days, Randy Orton, John Cena, Daniel Bryan, Cesaro, Sheamus & Christian will collide in the Elimination Chamber. That is, if tensions between the six competitors don’t boil over into chaos first. It very nearly came to that in the opening moments of Raw, when an address by John Cena turned into a six-way standoff between the Chamber Match participants. Before the situation could escalate into a melee, though, WWE Director of Operations Kane – running Raw in The Authority’s stead – made a move to restore order: The Chamber foes would be separated into three pairs for singles matches. The already-announced Orton vs. Sheamus would be joined by Cena vs. Cesaro and, immediately, Bryan vs. Christian.

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Daniel Bryan def. Christian

Daniel Bryan vs. Christian: Raw, Feb. 17, 2014

Daniel Bryan and Christian square off on Raw.

One more win for Daniel Bryan, this time at the expense of Christian in a tense back-and-forth contest that nearly left the “Yes!” man injured when all was said and done. Bryan was battling from behind after Christian hurled him shoulder-first into the steel steps before the bell even tolled. Christian’s frustration over his loss to Randy Orton – the only one in The Viper’s Chamber Match gauntlet – boiled over into an aggressive plan of attack centered around painful holds (and, at one point, a barrage of punches) that aggravated Bryan’s injured shoulder.

Watch:  Daniel Bryan hits the switch

Fighting with one arm largely robbed Bryan of his submission efficiency, so Bryan turned instead to his legs after a dive to the outside gave him some much-needed breathing room. The submission master blasted Captain Charisma with kicks to the torso, though Christian countered with a spinning elbow off the turnbuckle. A last-gasp effort spurred Bryan to victory when he employed an unorthodox roll-up reversal of the Killswitch, but his relief was cut short when Kane – who had remained at ringside – grabbed hold of the mic to announce another match for the former WWE Champion: Against the Director of Operations himself.

Daniel Bryan def. Kane via Disqualification

Daniel Bryan vs. Kane: Raw, Feb. 17, 2014

Daniel Bryan steps inside the ring with his former tag team partner Kane.

Oh, hell no: Daniel Bryan may have gotten his second victory of the night, yet the win certainly rang hollow thanks to the manner in which The Beard found himself beaten to a pulp by his former tag team partner. No small package could save Bryan from The Devil’s Favorite Director of Operations this time; Kane’s repeated targeting of his former friend’s injured shoulder meant Bryan didn’t have a hope in hell of mounting a significant offense.

Watch:  Kane unleashes hell on Bryan |  Photos of the beating

The WWE Universe’s chants of “YOU SOLD OUT!” didn’t prevent Kane from pummeling Bryan against the turnbuckle. The “Yes!” man briefly found daylight with a missile dropkick, though Kane snuffed his hopes out with authority (or Authority) by wrenching Bryan’s arm against the turnbuckle until he was disqualified. A ruling, by the way, of which Kane was very much aware and not at all sorry for.

Fandango def. Santino Marella

Santino Marella vs. Fandango: Raw, Feb. 17, 2014

Santino Marella brings Emma with him to the ring in his match against Fandango.

Encore, encore! Fandango repeated his victory over Santino Marella from last Monday’s Raw by defeating The Italian Stallion for a second consecutive week, despite the energetic presence of Emma in the former U.S. Champion’s corner. Santino fared much better in his efforts against Fandango than he did last week, though it was, ironically enough, Emma who cost him the match: Santino was seemingly smitten with his companion and even attempted to steal a kiss from her. Alas, his overtures gave a reeling Fandango time to recover, and the devious dancer snatched victory from The Milan Miracle with two boots to the face and a sit-out suplex for three.

Roman Reigns def. Mark Henry

Mark Henry vs. Roman Reigns: Raw, Feb. 17, 2014

Mark Henry has his hands full with Roman Reigns and the rest of The Shield.

The Hall of Pain will have to wait for Roman Reigns, who narrowly avoided joining Mark Henry’s list of conquered foes when he defeated The World’s Strongest Man in the latest statement win of his young career. Reigns – looking to one-up Dean Ambrose’s efforts from the previous week – certainly walked tall heading into the match, though a giant boot to the face from Henry wiped the smile off his face fast. Despite a bone-rattling headbutt from Henry, the “heavy artillery” muscled his way into the match with a Samoan drop and Superman Punch, following up with a spear for the victory.

Watch:  Roman reigns over Henry |  Photos of the aftermath

Ambrose, looking to upstage his teammate, began an attack of his own on Henry that was cut short by an address from The Wyatt Family on the TitanTron. Reigns, fed up with the shadow games, dared the Family to face them in person and was happily obliged, though Bray, Harper & Rowan stopped short of a full-on confrontation. This Sunday will be another story.

Jack Swagger def. Kofi Kingston

Kofi Kingston vs. Jack Swagger: Raw, Feb. 17, 2014

Kofi Kingston goes one-on-one with Jack Swagger,

Looks like Jack is back on track. Jack Swagger, he of the recent struggles in the Real Americans’ camp, shook off the cobwebs and got down to business on Raw, following up his Fatal 4-Way victory on SmackDown with a singles win over Kofi Kingston en route to his Intercontinental Showdown with Big E. Swagger made quick work of The Boom Squad General, manhandling the former Intercontinental Champion in an impressive display.

Photos:  Kofi tussles with Jack Swagger

Moments away from a vicious defeat, Kofi cut Swagger short with a springboard missile dropkick and nearly got the win with the S.O.S., though the former World Heavyweight Champion barely saved himself by reaching the ropes. A rolling Kingston took to the skies with a soaring lateral press, but Swagger rolled free of the pinfall attempt and applied a Patriot Lock that finally forced Kofi to tap ... though Big E's sudden entrance for his own match caused the No. 1 contender to make himself scarce in a hurry.

Intercontinental Champion Big E def. Drew McIntyre & Jinder Mahal

Big E vs. Drew McIntyre & Jinder Mahal - 2-on-1 Handicap Match: Raw, Feb. 17, 2014

Intercontinental Champion Big E faces two opponents in Drew McIntyre & Jinder Mahal while Zeb Colter & Jack Swagger comment from ringside.

Maybe it should be 3M-E. The reigning Intercontinental Champion Big E shredded two of 3MB’s members, defeating Drew McIntyre & Jinder Mahal in Handicap Match action following his singles  bouts with each man on WWE Main Event. Even with the support of “The Maharajah,” McIntyre found himself tossed unceremoniously from the ring within moments. Zeb Colter’s trash-talking distracted Big E long enough for “The Chosen One” to re-enter the fray, and the tandem found their groove long enough to bring the champion to his knees. A backdrop to Mahal opened the match up for Big E, who tossed McIntyre over the ropes again and tossed Jinder into Drew with a belly-to-belly suplex before executing a pair of Big Endings to bring the match to, well, a big ending.

John Cena def. Cesaro

John Cena vs. Cesaro: Raw, Feb. 17, 2014

John Cena and Cesaro push each other to the limit on Raw.

Cesaro notched a potentially star-making win when he defeated Randy Orton on SmackDown, yet the “dark horse” of the Elimination Chamber Match found himself beaten – barely – by John Cena when he faced the 14-time World Champion on Raw. That said, the former U.S. Champion certainly did not go quietly, living up to his self-ascribed “throwback” label by grounding Cena with headlocks and hip tosses before opening the bout up with a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker.

Watch:  Cena and Cesaro clash on Raw | Photos:  Cena goes swinging

Cena, for all his bravado, seemed wary of his mighty opponent and Cesaro capitalized with offense as fast as it was brutal. Cena took advantage of Cesaro’s own mounting momentum by hurling him into the ropes and hitting a Five-Knuckle Shuffle on his dazed opponent, but Cesaro rallied with a jaw-jacking Very European Uppercut. The 14-time World Champion’s own resilience was nothing to scoff at; he twice reversed the Cesaro Swing and later kicked out of the third, successful attempt at the maneuver. Cesaro’s escape of the Attitude Adjustment forced Cena into a last-minute adjustment and he delivered, clocking his foe with a clothesline and finally hitting the AA to capture the win, but boy, was it close.

The Wyatt Family def. Sin Cara & Los Matadores

Sin Cara & Los Matadores vs. Bray Wyatt & The Wyatt Family: Raw, Feb. 17, 2014

Sin Cara teams with Los Matadores to face Bray Wyatt, Erick Rowan, & Luke Harper on Raw.

Collectively, Sin Cara & Los Matadores fly higher than a flock of buzzards. Still, the colorful competitors found themselves turned into a three-course meal by The Wyatt Family, who battled their way to a Six-Man victory less than a week before they go to war with The Shield. The Matadors attempted to trade in their typical theatrics for a harder-hitting game plan and were met with brutal force by The Wyatts, who isolated Diego for minutes on end until he blasted Like Harper with an an enziguiri.

Photos:  The Wyatts circle Sin Cara & Los Matadores |  Watch El Torito enter the fray

Sin Cara stormed in off Diego’s tag to bring Harper down, though Erick Rowan saved him from a pinfall attempt. Los Matadores kept The Wyatts’ resident monster down with a simultaneous suicide dive and Sin Cara used his agility to set Harper up for a senton. The big man dodged the move and clobbered his foe with the discus clothesline, though, tagging Bray Wyatt moments later to administer Sister Abigail to The International Icon. Buenas noches. 

Jey Uso def. WWE Tag Team Champion Billy Gunn

Jey Uso vs. Billy Gunn: Raw, Feb. 17, 2014

Jey Uso and Billy Gunn square off inside the ring while Jey Uso and Road Dogg watch from the commentary table.

Oh, you didn’t know? The New Age Outlaws may well be in trouble now that they’ve come up short twice against the No. 1 contenders for their WWE Tag Team Championships. Even former King of the Ring Billy Gunn wasn’t able to rally the duo from their SmackDown misfortune and stop a rare solo effort from one of the Samoan brothers, Jey Uso.

Watch:  Jey Uso battles Billy Gunn

Jey had Gunn at a disadvantage from the beginning, confounding the Attitude Era veteran with his unpredictable offense (Jimmy did his part as well, stunning Road Dogg into silence on commentary). A brief strategy session helped Gunn get some momentum back, though Jey saved his best maneuver for last by reversing the Famouser into a roll-up pin, following it up with a two-pronged attack on the cocky champions that was truly “Bad Ass.”

Sheamus def. WWE World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton via Disqualification

Sheamus vs. Randy Orton: Raw, Feb. 17, 2014

Sheamus and WWE World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton face off in the main event of Raw until chaos erupts in the ring.

Redemption is … not quite Randy Orton’s. At least not yet, thanks to a wild brawl that brought the Champion of Champions’ must-win match against Sheamus to an inconclusive end. Orton, looking for a victory after falling to three of his five Elimination Chamber Match opponents, was immediately besieged by the Irishman’s “blunt-force trauma,” so much so he had to take a few breaks in the middle of the match.

Photos:  Orton clashes with Sheamus in the main event

Even though Sheamus kept pace with The Viper, Orton scored the big move of the match by putting the Irishman through the announce table in an attempt to score a count-out win, though Sheamus made it back in at nine to stay alive. A few chest clubs later and it was Orton’s turn to dig deep and stave off White Noise with a backbreaker and hanging DDT. A failed RKO spurred Sheamus into a rage; The Celtic Warrior executed three consecutive Irish Curses and called for the Brogue Kick … until The Shield swarmed him and closed the bout with a disqualification. The brawling Superstars were quickly joined by John Cena, Daniel Bryan, Sheamus, Cesaro and, finally, The Wyatts, who kicked off an all-out melee from which no one Superstar could escape. In other words, a perfect prelude to the chaos to come.