WWE Monday Night Raw (2/20/12) Results: Live Blog, Coverage and Analysis

Kaleb KelchnerContributor IIIFebruary 21, 2012

Hey, Bleachers, this is the live blog for the Feb. 20, 2012 edition of the WWE Monday Night Raw SuperShow.

Last night at Elimination Chamber, the WWE and World Heavyweight Championships were defended successfully, with CM Punk and Daniel Bryan retaining.  

CM Punk got the win after knocking out Chris Jericho with a kick to the head and pinning the Miz.  The controversy here is that Punk never actually eliminated Jericho, who was caught on video after the event enraged at how it went down.

Santino Marella found himself in a one-on-one situation against Daniel Bryan after eliminating Cody Rhodes and Wade Barrett, and the crowd went wild for him.  Santino nearly had Bryan defeated, but he was forced to submit in the end.  

John Cena sent Kane packing in an ambulance in the main event of the evening, clearing the path to his match with The Rock at WrestleMania.

Also, Beth Phoenix defeated Tamina Snuka to defend her Divas Championship, and Jack Swagger defended the United States Championship against Justin Gabriel.  

Tonight on Raw, we'll be treated to the Elimination Chamber fallout, as well as an appearance by The Undertaker.  

Join in on the live discussion with us here in the comment section once the show begins.

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