Raw results, Feb. 14, 2022: Seth "Freakin" Rollins prevails over Randy Orton thanks to RK-Bro-Alpha Academy melee
For the first time since 2015, Seth "Freakin" Rollins and Randy Orton went one-on-one in a thrilling Raw main event. Plus, Brock Lesnar handed Austin Theory a thunderous F-5, Bianca Belair earned the right to enter the upcoming Elimination Chamber Match last by winning a grueling Gauntlet Match and so much more!
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Raw results: Feb. 14, 2022
Brock Lesnar took out Austin Theory with a thunderous F-5
WWE Champion Bobby Lashley and MVP kicked off Raw to make one final statement before the Elimination Chamber Match this Saturday, and that drew the intrigue of Lashley’s soon-to-be challengers in a hurry. First, Seth “Freakin” Rollins emerged to remind Lashley that he has been The Beastslayer before, and he has no problem fulfilling that role again. Then, a toga-donning Riddle tried to get The All Mighty to come to his RK-Broga Party. Austin Theory and AJ Styles then made their presence felt before Brock Lesnar finally arrived to try and put an end to the madness.
Just when it seemed like The All Mighty and The Beast would come to blows once more, Theory tried to jump Lesnar from behind. The young Superstar swifty received a thunderous F-5 for his troubles instead, and Lesnar put an exclamation point on all the action with an incredible selfie.
The Street Profits def. Dolph Ziggler & Robert Roode
Former NXT Champion Tommaso Ciampa had a front-row seat at the Raw announce table for this one stemming from Dolph Ziggler’s recent appearance on NXT 2.0. The Street Profits, meanwhile, wanted all the smoke as per usual from Ziggler & Robert Roode, and when Ziggler found himself face-to-face with Ciampa at ringside, Ciampa threw some water in The Showoff’s face. Angelo Dawkins & Montez Ford seized the opportunity in the ring as Ford nailed Roode with an awe-inspiring Frog Splash to pick up the victory for the Profits.
United States Champion Damian Priest def. AJ Styles
Embarking on a quest to eventually become a double champion, AJ Styles had to first defeat Damian Priest for the United States Championship. The Phenomenal One gave it his all just five days ahead of competing inside the Elimination Chamber for the WWE Title, but Priest rolled up Styles and escaped with the win to remain United States Champion.
Omos def. Cedric Alexander & Shelton Benjamin
A declined invitation earlier in the day from Cedric Alexander & Shelton Benjamin for Omos to join them in reviving The Hurt Business set up this extremely one-sided Handicap Match. Omos was in the mood to destroy his competition, and that is exactly what he did, capping off the dominant victory with a massive two-handed Chokeslam to Alexander.
Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch and Lita signed the contract for their match at WWE Elimination Chamber
One final confrontation between Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch and Lita before their showdown at WWE Elimination Chamber came in the form of a contract signing, and that meant some heated words would be hurled back and forth between these impending opponents. A dejected Big Time Becks explained that her goal is to end Lita this Saturday, and the WWE Hall of Famer retorted by claiming that the only thing ending will be Lynch’s reign as Raw Women’s Champion.
Bianca Belair won a Gauntlet Match to earn the right to be the last Superstar to enter the Elimination Chamber Match for a Raw Women’s Championship opportunity at WrestleMania
Gauntlet Match results:
Rhea Ripley def. Nikki A.S.H.
Rhea Ripley was finally able to gain retribution against former friend Nikki A.S.H. in the first leg of this match, dropping her with a big Riptide for the victory.
Rhea Ripley def. Liv Morgan
Liv Morgan tried her best to overcome the formidable Ripley. However, The Nightmare was able to seal the win with another incredible Riptide.
Rhea Ripley def. Doudrop
The mighty Doudrop was no match for The Nightmare, as Ripley triumphed after hitting yet another massive Riptide on her opponent.
Bianca Belair def. Rhea Ripley
Ripley tried to do the unthinkable and run the entire gauntlet by defeating The EST of WWE in the final match, but Bianca Belair was just too much for The Nightmare. Belair picked up the win with an earth-shattering K.O.D., and as a result, she will now be the last Superstar to enter the Elimination Chamber Match with a Raw Women’s Championship opportunity at WrestleMania 38 on the line.
Alpha Academy def. Rey & Dominik Mysterio
The Miz & Maryse paid close attention from the commentary table as Rey & Dominik Mysterio took on former Raw Tag Team Champions Alpha Academy. Chad Gable & Otis, still fuming from their defeat in the Academic Challenge against RK-Bro last week, bounced back thanks to a little help from The A-Lister. When The Miz provoked Rey Mysterio to attack him with a dive off the apron, Dominik leapt off the top rope and hit Gable with a crossbody, but Master Gable was able to turn the pin around for the win.
After the bout, The Miz grabbed The Master of the 619 while he was tending to his son and delivered a devastating Skull-Crushing Finale to the WWE 2K22 cover Superstar.
Seth “Freakin” Rollins def. Randy Orton
Looking for a big win prior to the WWE Championship Elimination Chamber Match, Seth “Freakin” Rollins would have to roll through 14-time World Champion Randy Orton. The back-and-forth action between these two was exhilarating and culminated when Alpha Academy emerged to ruin The Viper’s night. Riddle rushed out to his partner’s aid, but Rollins capitalized on the distraction and connected with a Stomp to defeat Orton and make a major statement just five days before stepping inside the Elimination Chamber.