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'WWE Raw' March 31 recap: Daniel Bryan reigns going into 'Wrestlemania 30'

Previously on: No Daniel Bryan, and Undertaker continued to make Brock Lesnar look weak. At least the Bray Wyatt and John Cena match still looks like a standout.The big news: It's the final "WWE Raw" before "Wrestlemania 30" and, fittingly, it begins with The Undertaker. He walks to the ring to call out Brock Lesnar, who makes his way out with Paul Heyman. Heyman does the talking but eventually Lesnar slowly makes his way to the ring. Finally, Brock gets in some much-needed offense on Undertaker.The dead man is left laying in the ring, hurt. This is the aggression Lesnar has needed to show to get fans thinking he has a shot.Meanwhile, Bray Wyatt drove his feud with John Cena forward even more with another wonderful promo. You'll be hard-pressed to find anyone in WWE as engaging on the microphone as the leader of the Wyatt Family. However, after last week's brutality, Cena was able... //

'WWE Raw' March 24 recap: The Undertaker brings Brock Lesnar druids and a coffin

Previously on: The big advancement toward "Wrestlemania" was the masterful attack of Daniel Bryan by Triple H. It was tru;y one of the best momentsd of buildup for the big show we've seen yet. There wasn't a ton else to note last week. The Shield are goos guys now, though. So it looks like their breakup is on the backburner. It's probably a good idea, that unit is just to good to separate.The big news: After now appearing on "WWE Raw" last week, The Undertaker was in the house. It was the first time this year he brought out the old druid and coffin gimmick the character is known for. It all followed Heyman and Lesnar in the ring, talking about how Undertaker's days were numbered.Unfortunately, Taker did exactly what he's already done: Beatn down Lesnar. Everyone knows Brock is going to lose at "Wrestlemania," but WWE needs to make fans believe that might not... //

'WWE Raw' March 10 recap: Daniel Bryan's #OccupyRAW gets him a 'Wrestlemania' match

Previously on: It's "Wrestlemania" season, and all eyes are on the upcoming "granddaddy of them all" in New Orleans. Still, Daniel Bryan continued going after Triple H, while the crowd hated the planned main event of Batista vs. Triple H.The big news: Bryan may be going to the main event, after all. He hijacked "WWE Raw," along with nearly 100 supporters who flooded the ring and ringside area, demanding a match with Triple H.Security couldn't clear the ring, and The Authority attempting to start a match did nothing. In the end, Triple H was forced to give in, after a not of ugly yelling from Stephanie McMahon, including yelling over and over that she "owns" Bryan.With his match assured, Bryan took things one step further. If he beats Triple H at "Wrestlemania," he gets placed into the WWE World Heavyweight Championship match between Orton and Batista.Just like that, WWE might have saved their main event... //

'WWE Raw' March 3 recap: Did CM Punk return in Chicago?

Previously on: The crowd loves Daniel Bryan, The Shield and The Wyatt Family. They hate practically everyone else, which is making for a very bizarre "Wrestlemania" buildup. Thankfully, The Undertaker returned, which lit up the crowd,. Hulk Hogan did too, but was far less effective.The big news: The main draw of the show wasn't anything that happened on the episode, but rather what didn't: CM Punk is still gone. As expected, the first "WWE Raw" from his hometown of Chicago, since he walked out after the "Royal Rumble," was pretty insane.Right away, the show started with loud and clear Punk chants and they never ended. That's why it was a surprise when his music his and his face appeared on the video screen. It was all a clever ploy by Paul Heyman though, which is just mean. Heyman had many nice things to say about Punk, but it simply became a promo for the upcoming... //

'WWE RAW' Feb. 24 recap: The Undertaker and Hulk Hogan return

Previously on: "Elimination Chamber" put the "Wrestlemania XXX" building blocks in place. Randy Orton vs. Batista, Daniel Bryan vs. someone and John Cena vs. Bray Wyatt.The big news: The Undertaker has returned to "WWE RAW" and all is well in the professional wrestling kingdom. It was expected that Undertaker would return Monday (Feb. 24), and WWE wisely held off until the main event for him to make his appearance.As has been rumored, it's going to be Undertaker vs. Brock Lesnar. This came after Paul Heyman complained in the ring that Lesnar wasn't getting the respect he deserved and should be considered the No. 1 contender to the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Heyman said Lesnar didn't want just any match but wanted to make history. Suddenly the gong hit and it was on.Lesnar and Undertaker have fought before, back when Taker was a biker, and always had good matches. Seeing them go at "Wrestlemania" should be... //

'WWE RAW' Feb. 17 recap: John Cena and Cesaro steal the show, 'Elimination Chamber' looms

Previously on: Daniel Bryan had no match, but John Cena got a big win over WWE World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton. The Shield and The Wyatt Family talked trash to each other, but didn't get physical.The big news:Cena and Cesaro had a fantastic wrestling match. That's the biggest and best news out of "WWE RAW." It made them both look like major players, the crowd was into it and though Cesaro lost, he looked very strong in defeat.After no match last week, Bryan pulled double duty on "RAW." First he earned a victory over Christian, who seemingly turned heel. Then Kane booked himself against Bryan and tore him apart, getting disqualified. The story was The Authority sent him to make sure Bryan wasn't a factor in the "Elimination Chamber" match. Both Kane and Christian focused on injuring Bryan's shoulder, so expect that to come into play.The Shield and The Wyatt Family faces off once more,... //

'WWE RAW' Feb. 10 recap: John Cena vs. Randy Orton, no Daniel Bryan match

Previously on: Daniel Bryan beat Randy Orton and the crowd wanted CM Punk. Unfortunately for them, he walked out and John Cena was sidelined with an injury.The big news:Cena was back and his eye was healed, so he'll be good to go for "Elimination Chamber." He fought Orton in the main event of "WWE RAW."The two had a great match, which included a DDT from the top rope and an attempted punt by Orton. After trading finishers, it was Cena who got the win with a top rope leg drop and an Attitude Adjustment. Cena is in an interesting spot as "Wrestlemania XXX" gets closer. He's presumably not going to be in the title picture and was rumored at one point to be facing Bray Wyatt. The Wyatt Family is tied to The Shield at the moment though, so who knows where he'll end up.The show kicked off with Bryan demanding a match against Kane.... //