WWE Raw: Live Results, Reaction and Analysis for Oct. 28
Welcome to Bleacher Report's live WWE Monday Night Raw coverage for Oct. 28. Hell in a Cell is in the books, and now it's time to deal with the fallout and start the build toward Survivor Series.
Hell in a Cell featured a few good matches, some surprises and two new champions.
Randy Orton won the WWE title in yet another controversial decision. John Cena defeated Alberto Del Rio in his return match to win the World title and Dean Ambrose, AJ Lee and the Rhodes brothers kept their titles.
We also got the return of the Big Red Monster, Kane. Ever since we saw Bray Wyatt defeat Kane a couple months ago, Kane has been off filming See No Evil 2. Now Kane is back and it is unclear as to what his motives are after he attacked both Luke Harper, Erick Rowan and Miz at HIAC.
Will Kane join The Wyatt Family or take his revenge?
What will Shawn Michaels have to say about what he did at Hell in a Cell?
Will Big Show appear during Raw in an attempt to get his job back?
Can John Cena keep the World title, or will Damien Sandow cash in and take it from him?
And lastly, how will Daniel Bryan react to being screwed out of the WWE title once again?
Make sure to bookmark this page and come back on Monday at the start of WWE Raw at 8 p.m. ET for answers to all of these questions. Bleacher Report will have live coverage of all the action!
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That was a great episode of Raw. There was a lot of great wrestling and some new and interesting storylines were put in motion.
Sandow failing to cash in will rub a lot of people the wrong way, but he looked amazing in that match.
Just about everything on the show worked the way it was supposed to, and I can't wait to see where WWE takes some of these angles.
What did you think of Raw?
Orton talks about being better than everyone else because he is WWE champion. He looks at the roster as he says it.
Big Show's music hits and he comes through the roster and down the ramp. The Shield attack him, but The Usos and The Golden Rhode make the save.
Show gets in the ring and everyone bails. He grabs a mic and says he doesn't care about the restraining order because his lawsuit against WWE will cost them millions.
Orton attacks Show from behind with the title belt. Stephanie encourages him to do it again, but Show hits him with the KO Punch.
Triple H takes off his jacket and acts like he is going to fight, but he changes his mind and gets off the apron.
The show ends with Big Show walking up the ramp as Orton recovers in the ring and Triple H watches in anger.
Most of the roster is on the stage for Randy Orton's WWE title celebration. The Shield are at ringside standing guard.
Triple H makes his way out first. Brad Maddox is the only person on the stage clapping for him and Stephanie.
Trips talks about picking Orton out as the future face of the WWE way back when he chose him for Evolution.
I am kind of impressed with Summer Rae. She has a lot of physicality and seems to have a wide variety of moves. She could end up being a damn good Diva down the line if WWE books her right.
Summer Rae vs. Natalya
Summer Rae is about to have her first singles match on Raw against Natalya. Nattie comes out after the break with Hornswoggle and Khali with her.
Natalya controls the opening moments, but Summer Rae puts her in the corner and hits a kick for a one count.
Summer scream at Natalya as she shoves her boot into Nattie's throat. She applies a stump puller, a move I haven't seen since Doink.
Summer also employs and Indian Death Lock before she slams Natalya's head into the mat a few times.
Summer Rae keeps control fo the match until she makes the mistake of taking a break to kiss Fandango. Khali and Hornswoggle dispose of him, and Summer turns right around and gets lock in a Sharpshooter to give Natalya the win.
Alberto Del Rio comes out after the break and he talks about losing the title to John Cena at HIAC. The promo was short and sweet.
I don't know about you, but I have enjoyed Raw way more than I enjoyed Hell in a Cell. Only the opening bout from HIAC has been unmatched tonight.
Kane is great, always has been-it's nice to see him back. I have lots of appreciation for Kane, both on-screen and off-screen.— Matt Hardy (@MATTHARDYBRAND) October 29, 2013
The Real Americans vs. The Golden Rhode Part 2
We return to see Swagger in control of Cody as he tags in Cesaro. Cesaro lifts Cody straight off the mat for a gutwrench suplex.
Cesaro leap frogs over Swagger and lands on Cody's back for a two count. That could have been a really dangerous spot. No matter how you look at it, that's a 200+ pound man landing on your back.
Cesaro just about takes Cody's head off with an uppercut, but Goldust breaks up the count to save the match.
Goldust gets the hot tag and he takes it to Swagger. Goldust takes out Swagger with a cross body after Cody takes Cesaro over the top rope.
Swagger puts on the Patriot Lock, but Goldust counters. He gets it on again and Goldust has to tap this time.
Winners: The Real Americans.
Once again, Cody and Goldust are involved in a great match. Big win for The Real Americans. It looks like we know who the next challengers for the titles will be.
The Real Americans vs. The Golden Rhode Part 1
Do you like my new name for Cody Rhodes and Goldust's team?
Goldust starts things off against Antonio Cesaro. Swagger tags in early and Goldust keeps him off his game as the crowd chants "You still got it."
They corner Goldie and take control, but Goldust comes off the rope with an elbow before tagging in Cody to take the match back.
Cody and Cesaro could be an amazing feud someday.
Cody and Swagger end up in the ring together, and Cody sends him over the top rope with a clothesline as we head to a break.
I am not sure why I had it as Punk vs. Heyman in the earlier post. It has been fixed.
This is interesting. The Wyatt Family come out after the match, making me think they will be setting up some kind of Survivor Series match as a team.
Punk waits in the ring with a kendo stick as Wyatt sits in his rocking chair at ringside. Harper and Rowan come in and make it past the cane to beat on Punk.
Wyatt comes in once his boys are done beating Punk. Punk tries to fight back, but he gets taken down pretty quick.
Wyatt grabs him and hits his finisher.
My prediction is Miz, Bryan and Punk will face The Wyatt Family at Survivor Series. More people may end up being involved, but that is what I see happening so far.
CM Punk vs. Ryback
The Goldberg chants start early and loud in this match. Punk comes back with a cross body and then he clotheslines Ryback over the top rope.
Punk gets thrown around a bit, but then he grabs a kendo stick and hits Ryback with it a few times. Ryback takes the pain and drops Punk in the middle of the ring.
He lines up for the Meat Hook, but Punk reverses it into a neckbreaker for a two count. Punk sets up a table, but then Ryback lifts him up and slams him into the corner.
Ryback gets kicked and lands on the table Punk set up. Punk goes up and hits the Macho Man elbow before he locks in the Anaconda Vise.
Punk makes Ryback tap and he wins the match in just a few minutes. I wonder why that was so short?
Winner: CM Punk
RT: @jefcom1: "You're right arm is now officially Romo like" -- LOL!! Put me in Coach!!:-)— Shawn Michaels (@ShawnMichaels) October 29, 2013
Punk talks about being able to finally sleep like a baby after getting his hands on Paul Heyman.
David Otunga sighting!
Otunga reads Big Show's lawsuit against WWE in a video.
CM Punk comes out for his match with Ryback, that fans got to vote on for its stipulation.
Kane calls out Stephanie McMahon for some reason and he says she has been abusing her authority, but he says it's best for business and the monster is hers to unleash.
He walks up the ramp towards Stephanie, who looks really confused. He removes his mask and walks away without turning to the camera.
She holds up the mask like it's the severed head of someone she just killed in battle.
So I guess Kane doesn't really care about Bray Wyatt anymore.
Miz vs. Kane
Miz limps his way to the ring with a really angry look on his face as he approaches Kane in the ring. Kane takes control right away and gets a near fall with a big boot.
Kane ends up hitting a Chokeslam to pick up a win in less than two minutes
Kane vs. Miz is up next. This should give us a good indication as to where Kane's character is headed.
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