The Main Event
– Paul Heyman kicked off Raw and said that he was in the way of Punk and his ability to recapture his WWE Championship. Paul Heyman gets to the point where he is resigning from the WWE, but Punk comes out. Punk talks him into staying and saying they are a team, in which Paul hugs him and tells him that he is the best in the world. If you do not love these two together, there is seriously something wrong with you. They ALWAYS feel real and feel like the most important thing in the WWE. They possibly are the most important.
– The Rock ended the night telling a story of Nashville, and how he moved there as a youngster. He then talks about being the WWE Champion, and talks about his match at Elimination Chamber. This prompts CM Punk to come out, and they talk back and forth until Punk runs down and the fight is on. Both guys exchange blows, and The Rock sets up for The People's Elbow. Paul Heyman trips Rock from the outside, and Punk hits a GTS on him. This was perfect for Paul and Punk to be a team together, and shows you how essential it is for Punk to have Paul. They are reaching a new level in many ways. I liked the ending for that factor, but it still is the same thing we have seen time and time again. I wanted something BIG to happen, but then remembered it is on the Elimination Chamber Pay Per View on Sunday. Grade: B
Raw Grade: B-
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