WWE RAW Results – February 10, 2014

Posted by Matt Boone February 11, 2014 8 Comments

Vignette: Alexander Rusev & Lana

Before we head to another commercial, we see the tale of the tape for tonight’s John Cena vs. Randy Orton main event. On that note, we head to a break. When we return from commercial, we see a vignette for Alexander Rusev and Lana.

In-Ring Segment: Kane & Daniel Bryan

Back live in the arena, the fire explodes and Corporate Kane makes his way out to the ring. He talks about being put on administrative leave for a week. He said his actions were ill-advised. Before he can continue, Daniel Bryan’s music hits.

Bryan makes his way to the ring in a hurry to a big pop. He immediately goes to work on Kane. Kane starts fighting back and getting the better of him. Kane goes to chokeslam Bryan but Bryan avoids it. Bryan ducks and pulls down the top rope as Kane runs after him. Kane spills out to the floor. Bryan does his dive through the ropes and splashes onto Kane. Bryan dropkicks Kane over the barricade on the floor. He goes back into the ring and leads the fans in a big “Yes!” chant.

Bryan continues chanting “Yes!” with the fans as Michael Cole informs us that our main event between Cena and Orton is next. We head to another commercial.

Backstage: Betty White

When we return live on RAW, Betty White is shown backstage. She talks about being excited to be here tonight and then introduces us to tonight’s main event.

John Cena vs. Randy Orton

John Cena’s music hits and out he comes. His little message to the camera this time is, “this moment defines our future tonight.” He sprints down to the ring. Randy Orton’s music hits next and out walks the current WWE World Heavyweight Champion.

The bell rings and as soon as the two lock up a dueling “let’s go Cena” and “Cena sucks” chant breaks out. Cena is too much for Orton early on so Orton rolls out to the floor to regroup. Orton eventually comes back in the ring but Cena again gets the better of him and Orton again rolls to the outside to recover.

Orton comes back in and after a kick to the gut, finally gets some offense in on Cena. Cena starts fighting back but Orton cuts him off and finally seems to have found his offensive comfort zone in this match. Orton is picking apart Cena now as the crowd does another dueling Cena chant.

The fight between Orton and Cena spills out to the floor. Orton back-suplexes Cena on the barricade and then throws him back in the ring. Orton stomps away at Cena and then poses to the crowd. On that note, we head to our final commercial of the evening.

When we return from commercial, Orton is still dominating Cena. Cena slowly starts fighting back, but Orton cuts him short and continues to punish him slowly, but surely. Cena rolls Orton up out of nowhere but Orton kicks out at two. Cena is firing up on offense now as the crowd erupts with a mixed reaction.

Cena hits Orton with his Five Knuckle Shuffle signature spot, but Orton avoids an Attitude Adjustment follow-up attempt by Cena. Orton charges at Cena but over-shoots his efforts and ends up flying out to the floor. Cena goes for another A.A. but Orton again avoids it. Orton hits Cena with his draping-DDT move, but off the top rope instead of the middle rope. He then brags to the fans that he’s never done that before and that it ain’t the same old sh*t.

Orton slithers into Viper mode and starts pounding the mat, calling for the RKO. Orton goes for it but Cena reverses into the STF. Orton makes it to the ropes to force Cena to break the hold.

Both guys are down. Orton gets up first. Orton goes for the punt, but Cena avoids it. Cena goes for the A.A. but Orton reverses into an RKO. Orton covers Cena, 1-2…Cena kicks out. Cena pops up out of nowhere and hits Orton with an A.A. He pins Orton, 1-2…Orton kicks out at two. Cena puts Orton up on the top rope. He’s going for an A.A. off the top. Orton gets knocked off. Cena hits Orton with his leg-drop off the top rope. He follows it up with an A.A. 1-2-3. Cena wins.

Winner: John Cena

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