The Good, the Great and the Awesome from Raw 12/30/13

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The Good, the Great and the Awesome from Raw 12/30/13
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With a number of the top WWE Superstars in Toronto as the company continues its Holiday Tour, Raw kicked off from Richmond with a limited roster.

The talented young stars dotting the roster, coupled with the major return of Brock Lesnar, helped make the last Raw of 2013 one of the best in recent months.

The Shield's slow implosion continued as CM Punk drove a wedge between the once-dominant faction before defeating Seth Rollins in a stellar match to kick off the evening's festivities.

Daniel Bryan's conflict with the Wyatt Family headlined the show as he had to fight through Luke Harper and Erick Rowan for a chance to take on Bray Wyatt.

John Cena was named the No. 1 contender to Randy Orton's WWE World Heavyweight Championship, while the returning Lesnar made his intentions of becoming champion clear.

Big E Langston and Fandango attempted to restore prestige to the intercontinental title, while Dolph Ziggler and Curtis Axel looked to end 2013 on a high note after months of disappointment.

With only two days left in 2013, who would leave Raw riding a wave of momentum heading into the new year?

Let's take a look.

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