WWE Raw: Live Results, Reaction and Analysis for February 3

The Doctor Chris MuellerFeatured ColumnistFebruary 3, 2014

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Welcome to Bleacher Report's live WWE Monday Night Raw coverage for Feb. 3. We are just three weeks away from the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view, but there are plenty of other stories to cover in WWE before Feb. 24 rolls around.

So far we have two matches scheduled to take place. The Wyatt Family will take on The Shield in a three-on-three tag match, and Randy Orton will defend his title inside the Chamber match against five other superstars.

It is likely that we will see some kind of tag-title matches added to the card, and hopefully an IC title match after Big E Langston was left off the Rumble PPV in terms of a title defense.

And let's not forget the steel cage match between The New Age Outlaws and The Brotherhood for the tag titles.

Speaking of the tag-team division, the recent breakup of Darren Young and Titus O'Neil could be a topic of discussion on the show.

Perhaps the biggest story in WWE right now is the CM Punk situation. Seeing if fans hijack another show on Raw will be very interesting. His sudden exit has fans split on whether he made the right decision or the wrong decision to leave on such short notice. Some even think it's a work.

How will WWE handle CM Punk's absence?

How will Batista keep himself busy between now and Mania?

Will Cody Rhodes and Goldust regain the titles inside the cage?

Will John Cena be at the show after reportedly suffering an eye injury?

And lastly, just how many times will the crowd chant "Yes" and "Daniel Bryan" throughout the night?

Make sure to bookmark this page and come back Monday night at the start of WWE Raw at 8 p.m. ET. Bleacher Report will have live coverage of all the action!

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