Evolution kicks off WWE Raw about their war not being over. Batista wants what he deserves and that is a shot at the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Triple H says Bryan is hurt and Batista would probably choke anyways. Batista gets upset and Triple H says the plan is in place. Batista says "I understand…I quit."
This is exactly what I expected to happen. Batista will be out for about 4-6 weeks, I would guess, and come back to target Triple H or Daniel Bryan. Whatever WWE wants to do with him, they need to do the opposite of what they did in January. The only thing that sucks is that it seemed like Batista was finally getting his feet under himself in the ring. He looked his best the past few weeks.
Rob Van Dam defeated Bad News Barrett and Cesaro
The tag team action of Cesaro and Barrett vs. Sheamus and RVD was entertaining to watch. I really was surprised to see WWE continue to highlight these two specific feuds. I do not want to see RVD face off against Bad News Barrett anymore. I fear that these feuds will continue and then be involved in the Money in the Bank Ladder match. If that is the case, it is wrong. WWE needs a few championships to be defended on this next PPV. There are many more guys that could be placed in that match that these four guys. Cesaro should be in the ladder match. I want the IC and US title to be defended and be viewed as important. This is a perfect time to do that with the one MAIN championship on the shelf.
The ending made no sense to me. Cesaro and Barrett need the win, but the two former world champions. With that being said, great action.
-Damien Sandow is dressed as Lance Stephenson of the Indiana Pacers. He says LeBron James is the greatest basketball player and that Indiana are losers. Sandow does some basketball skills until Big Show comes out. Sandow blows in his face and gets a KO punch. Even though I HATE this from Sandow because he deserves much more, this was topical and should at least make ESPN.
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