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  • Roman Reigns and Daniel Bryan def. Big Show and Kane via DQ
  • Ryback def. Seth Rollins via DQ
  • Paige def. Brie Bella via Pinfall
  • Bray Wyatt def. Dolph Ziggler via Pinfall
  • The New Day def. Goldust and Stardust via Pinfall
  • Tyson Kidd and Cesaro def. The Usos via Pinfall
  • Sin Cara def. Mizdow via Pinfall
  • Dean Ambrose def. Curtis Axel via Pinfall
  • Roman Reigns and Daniel Bryan def. J & J security, Kane, Big Show, and Seth Rollins via Pinfall

From the very moment after Daniel Bryan accidentally hit Roman Reign with a kick, we knew Raw was going to end with Reigns spearing Bryan. But the way everything was executed made Reigns come off like more of a heel than a baby face. I’m really impressed with how Reigns’ character is developing. Unfortunately, he still has to carry all of the baggage of WWE’s previous mistakes with him as he develops his character on his own. But other than the storyline involving Daniel Bryan and Reigns, a great tag team win for Cesaro and Tyson Kidd, and another hard hitting match from Wyatt and Ziggler, Raw was kind of forgettable and filled with matches that only served the purpose of pushing stories along. Even the segment in which Triple H receives an answer from Sting wasn’t as exciting as I would have liked it. But I guess no one can sell being afraid of Sting like Hogan did in the WCW days. This episode wasn’t awful, it just didn’t have that many stand out matches.