WWE RAW Results (3/10) – Cena Challenges Wyatt, Occupy RAW Stops The Show

Bill Pritchard

Kane is shown talking to The Shield about their recent run ins with the Wyatt Family, and he says they lost because of internal turmoil. Ambrose asks if there is a point, and Kane says they are a valuable asset and he wants to test them. Kane says the first cracks in the Shield came when they lost the WWE Tag Team Titles, so they will face the Brotherhood to try and make things right. Ambrose asks if this is deflecting some attention from him losing to Daniel Bryan and Big Show, but Kane tells them to concentrate and win their match. Reigns says they will slay the demon at hand, or any other demon, implying Kane, who gets in their way.

Big E vs Jack Swagger (w/ Zeb Colter & Cesaro)

Swagger hits a few shoulder tackles before E connects with some mounted punches, then Swagger slams him on the mat and hits a short clothesline for two. Swagger hits the ropes but E clotheslines him and hits a belly-to-belly suplex, then E hits the ropes but Swagger chopblocks his knees. Zeb tries to get Cesaro to interfere but Cesaro denies him, then Swagger yells at him for not helping and E rolls Swagger up for the win. Swagger and Cesaro blame each other for the miscue, then Zeb screams that he is done with this and forces them to shake hands. 

Winner – Big E

The Undertaker comes to the ring but Paul Heyman immediately cuts him off, and he apologizes but says he needs to say something right now. He talks about how great 'The Streak' is, and he says greats like Shawn Michaels, Hulk Hogan and John Cena couldn't even match what he did. Heyman says Steve Austin got to four wins in a row, but nothing can match Taker's record, so he is asking him to step down. He says Brock Lesnar will be the reason that 22-0 comes crashing down, and Brock is stepping into the unknown, but Taker should be scared. Heyman says Brock will conquer the streak if they face off, but Taker says he has a message for his opponent. He says the fear of death is greater than death itself, but the unknown is the greatest fear, and Brock will rest in peace if he shows up.

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