WWE RAW Results
October 6th 2014
Report by Bill Pritchard for Wrestlezone.com
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Seth Rollins comes out and says no one will embarrass him, then Mercury and Noble come out and ask him to leave. Rollins says he know what he did and he’s a marked man, but he loves it and all eyes are on him. John Cena rushes the ring and Rollins runs away, then he taunts Cena from the crowd until he realizes Dean Ambrose is standing next to him! Ambrose starts beating the hell out of him until Rollins runs back towards the ring, but Cena grabs him and pulls him over the barricade. Ambrose dives on them before they are separated, and Rollins runs backstage as The Authority makes their way out. Triple H says he knows they both want a piece of Seth Rollins and they are all about opportunity, and they play to the crowd before announcing Cena and Ambrose will face Rollins, Kane and Randy Orton in a handicap match.
BP: Great way to start the segment, but it kind of ended with a dud. There’s no incentive in the handicap match to really watch it. It’ll most likely be the same match we’ve seen the last week, and will probably have a screwy finish. I can’t slam the whole thing though, because like I said, it started off good. Cena trying to get his hands on Rollins is a fresh angle for him, and Ambrose just standing in the crowd was gold.
Dolph Ziggler & The Usos vs Cesaro & Gold and Stardust
Everyone fights and Goldust throws Jey into the steps, then the ref regains control and Jey punches Cody a few times. Cody chops him and slams him down, then Cesaro sends Dolph into the steps as we go to a break. We get back to see Cesaro taunt Dolph and elbow Jey, then Dolph gets the hot tag and counters a backbreaker by Cesaro with a sleeperhold. Cesaro slams him in the corner but misses a rolling elbow, and Dolph hits a Famouser for two. Goldust breaks it up but the Usos send him outside, and they splash Goldust and Stardust on the floor as Cesaro uppercuts Dolph. The Usos break that pin up, then Stardust hits Dark Matter for two before he charges the corner. Dolph elbows him near the ropes, then he blindtags out and Stardust runs into a triple superkick before Jimmy splashes him for the win.
Winners – Dolph Ziggler & The Usos
BP: The triple superkick was pretty cool, but nothing else new. The match had some good in-ring action, but storywise it’s lazy when they just pair the Usos with another guy in a singles feud. I’d rather see some more build with the Dust Brothers.