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Monday Night RAW: Results and Photos for October 27th, 2014

Oct 27, 2014
Written by Kaitlin

Randy Orton’s music plays and he makes his way to the ring and he apologizes for breaking up this love fest. Randy is not happy with what they are saying about Seth Rollins. Why did he hear twice that he lost to John Cena at Hell in a Cell. Maybe he lost because Seth curb stomped him on Monday night.

Randy says that he is still seeing stars and maybe he should re-enter Anger Management. Maybe the Authority didn’t handle it and that is why he is going to deal with it.

Orton attacks Rollins but he is pulled off Rollins.

Hunter tells Randy they are not doing this here or tonight. Hunter tells Randy to calm down.

Randy says that he will calm down when Rollins is dead.

Hunter tells Randy to calm down and shut up. They are not going to do this. Randy gets the night off. He tells Randy to get on his bus. Emotions are too high. Hell in a Cell is over . . .

Orton hits the RKO on Rollins.

Rollins is helped up by Mercury and Noble.

Variety: WWE’s Randy Orton to Star in ‘The Condemned 2′

Oct 27, 2014
Written by Angela

WWE Studios is adding “The Condemned” to its roster of film franchises, with the company tapping Randy Orton to star in “The Condemned 2: Desert Prey,” that Lionsgate will co-produce and distribute.

Roel Reine (“Death Race: Inferno,” “The Scorpion 3″) will direct the actioner from a script by Alan McElroy (“The Marine 4″). Film follows a former bounty hunter who finds himself on the run as part of a revamped Condemned tournament, in which convicts are forced to fight each other to the death as part of a game that’s broadcast to the public.

Orton, one of WWE’s top stars, reunites with Reine on “The Condemned” sequel after having previously worked together on “12 Rounds 2: Reloaded.” “The Condemned 2″ will start production in New Mexico later this year. “Stone Cold” Steve Austin starred in the original, which Lionsgate released in 2007. The film generated $8 million at the box office but went on to perform well on homevideo platforms. “The Condemned 2″ will likely get its primary release on VOD and other home entertainment platforms.

WWE will promote the film across its various TV shows, online platforms and streaming network.

“We are excited to be reteaming with the WWE on ‘The Condemned 2,’ after such a positive experience on the original film,” said Lionsgate co-chief operating officer and motion picture group president Steve Beeks. “The combination of their brand marketing capabilities, creativity and deep lineup of dynamic onscreen talent result in a powerful partnership.”

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WWE Hell in a Cell 2014: Results and Photos

Oct 26, 2014
Written by Kaitlin

Backstage: Randy Orton walks in on Stephanie McMahon, Triple H and Kane backstage. He’s looking for Seth Rollins for what happened on RAW. Stephanie tells Orton he should focus on tonight’s opportunity. Triple H says Rollins is exactly like Orton and what we saw on RAW was two alpha males trying to prove who’s dominant. Triple H tells Orton to focus on finishing Cena tonight.

John Cena vs. Randy Orton (Hell in a Cell Match)

The winner gets a future WWE World Heavyweight championship match against Brock Lesnar.

The back and forth chanting started the second they rang the bell. Cena and Orton began slugging it out immediately, going back and forth. They fought outside to the floor, where Orton controlled the action. He tried to run Cena into the cage but Cena blocked it. Orton nailed him and sent him into the cage, then tossed Cena back into the ring for a two count.

Orton went under the ring and brought a steel chair into the ring. He went to nail Cena with it but was kicked in the gut and nailed with a fisherman’s suplex. Cena went to use the chair but Orton cut him off and nailed a series of stomps and headbutts. Orton grabbed the chair and drilled Cena in the chest with it, then beat him over the back for a two count.

Cena tried to surprise Orton with an AA but Orton slipped out and nailed a DDT for a two count. Orton drilled Cena into the ringsteps and ripped Cena’s face into the cage. He continued to work over Cena but began showboating, allowing Cena to drill him with a clothesline for a two count. Orton cut him off with a clothesline in the corner and followed up with another. Orton scored yet another two count.

Orton sent Cena into the Cell again on the floor, then brought Cena back inside the ring. He covered John again but Cena kicked up before three. He cinched in a side chinlock but John fought his way to his feet. Cena made a comeback with a series of shoulderblocks and The Blue Thunder Bomb. He went for the Five Knuckle Shuffle but Orton stunned him with a shot to the chest and caught him with a snap powerslam for a two count.

Cena made a comeback and rammed Orton, back-first, into the Cell several times on the floor. Orton cut off Cena and rammed him into the ringpost, with Cena’s nether-regions taking the brunt of the shot. Orton then hit his backbreaker variation on the floor. Cena was muscled back into the ring. Cena barely kicked out and rolled out to the apron, pulling himself up on the outside of the ropes. Orton drilled him, launching Cena off the apron into the cage. The crowd chanted, “RKO.”

Orton went to whip Cena into the cage but Cena reversed it and sent Orton into the cage several times on the floor. Cena pulled a table out from under the ring. Orton nailed a standing dropkick to cut off Cena’s momentum and covered him for a two count. Orton sent him into the corner where a chair was wedged and Cena went down hard. Orton covered him for another two count.

Orton set up the table in the corner and tried to send Cena into it but Cena escaped and nailed a shoulderblock. Cena charged but was caught with an RKO out of nowhere for a two count. Orton sent Cena into the table, smashing it, and covered Cena for another two count.

Orton brought in the ring steps and teased nailing the RKO on the stairs. He went for it but Cena slipped out and nailed the Blue Thunder Bomb on the steps, then hit the Five Knuckle Shuffle on them. He went for an AA on the steps but Orton slipped out and nailed a low blow, which was legal since it’s a Cell match. Cena kicked out.

Orton went for the punt but Cena avoided it and locked on the STF. Orton fought his way to the ropes and finally made it, but since they are inside the Cell, it doesn’t force a break. Orton finally pulled himself to the floor to force it. Cena grabbed the ring steps and tossed them at Orton on the floor but Orton moved out of the way. Cena chased Orton on the floor but was sent into the ringpost.

Back in the ring, Cena shocked Orton with an Attitude Adjustment and scored a two count. Good match. They go back and forth with Orton scoring several two counts, including Orton nailing a RKO out of a Cena press-powerslam attempt. Cena nailed another AA for a two count.

Cena brought another table into the ring. Cena went to the top but Orton cut him off. The fans chanted “RKO.” Orton planned to nail an RKO off the ropes but Cena pulled him into an AA off the ropes through a table and scored the pin.

Winner: John Cena

After the match: Cena celebrates as the Hell in a Cell is raised. We see Paul Heyman looking on from the panel. Cena celebrates and greets a few fans at ringside before making his exit.

Monday Night RAW: Results and Photos for October 20th, 2014

Oct 20, 2014
Written by Kaitlin

Triple H, Randy Orton, Kane, and Seth Rollins make their way to the ring.

Hunter welcomes everyone to Raw. He says that this will be an epic night. A night The Authority can be proud of. Proud of all of you. Tonight, these three men will compete in this ring in a three on two handicap match Street Fight against John Cena and Dean Ambrose.

If Cena and Ambrose make it through tonight, hell is literally hanging over their heads. On Sunday night, Cena and Ambrose will go straight to hell . . . Hell in a Cell. The most ominous and destructive structure in the history of the WWE. Unspeakable things will happen inside this cell and you can watch it on the WWE Network.

Hunter says that he can speak from experience, the cell changes your life. It is not the type of match you win, even though he has won more Hell in a Cell matches than anyone alive. It is the kind of match you survive. This Sunday, this cell puts an end to two of the WWE’s most heated rivalries.

In one match, the face of the WWE, the Viper, Randy Orton will face the fifteen time WWE Champion John Cena. In the other Hell in a Cell match, the unstable Dean Ambrose will compete against Mr. Money in the Bank Seth Rollins.

Seth says that he loves the moniker Mr. Money in the Bank. He says that he would like a new nickname. The Undisputed Future of the WWE. He says that has a good sound to it. The important word is future because that is something that Dean Ambrose will no longer have when he beats Dean in THE main event on Sunday.

Randy interrupts Seth and he says the true main event on Sunday will involve a few Superstars who have been around the WWE longer than a hot cup of coffee. Orton says that he will end the decade long rivalry with John Cena once and for all.

Hunter says that they are both in the main event because it is a double main event. While most people want to see Seth Rollins destroy Dean Ambrose inside Hell in a Cell, but Randy’s match will not only be the end to a decade long rivalry. The winner of the match will earn an opportunity with the WWE Champion, Brock Lesnar.

Orton says today is turning out to be a great day. Randy says that while the Royals have not won in 29 years, and you won’t win this year or for another 29 years, he will make H proud tonight. He will beat John Cena on Sunday and then he will beat Brock.

Hunter says that he knows Randy will make him proud. He knows Seth will make him proud. He knows that Kane will make him proud. They will not only make him proud tonight, but they will make him proud on Sunday at Hell in a Cell.

Hunter says the Authority always wins.

WWE Hell in a Cell Preview: John Cena vs. Randy Orton (Hell in a Cell Match)

Oct 14, 2014
Written by Kaitlin

John Cena vs. Randy Orton in a Hell in a Cell Match

The bitter and historic rivalry between 15-time World Champion John Cena and 12-time World Champion Randy Orton will add yet another chapter on Oct. 26 when the Superstars enter the unforgiving Hell in a Cell to do battle.

The match was brought into play after Dean Ambrose bested the Cenation leader in a No Holds Barred, Contract-on-a-Pole Match on the Oct. 13 edition of Raw. Per The Authority, the Superstar who did not win that contest would still have to compete in a Hell in a Cell Match against the ever-vicious Viper, who petitioned for the stipulation in an attempt to remind all why he considers himself The Face of WWE.

That bold decision paved the way for what’s sure to be an incredible Hell in a Cell rematch. Cena and Orton faced off inside the fearsome Cell once before in 2009. The Viper slithered away from that conflict the winner.

Will the result be the same on Oct. 26 when arguably the two most dominant Superstars of the past decade lock horns again in the career-altering Cell? Will Orton do as he set out to prove, quashing Cena’s never-say-die attitude in the process? Or can Cena — who is no doubt upset about his controversial disqualification win over WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match Brock Lesnar, plus , losing his chance to battle Seth Rollins — tap into his dark side against his storied foe, the ever-dangerous Viper?

Be sure to catch the action of one of WWE’s wildest events when Hell in a Cell airs live on WWE Network and pay-per-view Sunday, Oct. 26, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.

Monday Night RAW: Results and Photos for October 13th, 2014

Oct 13, 2014
Written by Angela

Backstage: Stephanie and Hunter are in the office and Randy Orton enters. He says that before he goes out and destroys Dolph Ziggler to prove that he is the best in the ring, he wants to set one thing straight. Seth Rollins says that he is the future of this company, but that means the future is a long way off. He wants the spotlight, which is okay as long as he does not take Randy’s.

Randy says that he knows that Dean or Cena can beat Seth any day. Randy wants a match at Hell in a Cell. He will face the guy who does not face at Hell in a Cell. It will either be Randy Orton versus John Cena in the main event at Hell in a Cell, or Randy Orton versus Dean Ambrose in the main event at Hell in a Cell.

Dolph Ziggler versus Randy Orton
They lock up and Orton backs Ziggler into the corner and he gives a clean break. They lock up again and Ziggler backs Orton into the corner and Orton tries to punch Ziggler but Dolph blocks it and he punches Orton. Orton goes to the floor and Ziggler follows. Orton with a kick and he tries to send Ziggler into the steps but Ziggler blocks it and he sends Orton into the steps. They return to the ring and he punches Orton in the corner. Ziggler with a Stinger Splash into the corner and Orton is down. Ziggler misses a leaping elbow drop but Ziggler recovers and applies a reverse chin lock. Orton with a belly-to-back suplex to get out of the hold. Orton with a boot to the head and he gets a near fall.

Orton tries to hear the crowd and they respond. Orton tries to send Ziggler into the turnbuckles but Ziggler blocks it and he sends Orton into the turnbuckles and follows with a drop kick and Ziggler gets a near fall. Orton sends Ziggler into the turnbuckles and Orton with a boot to Ziggler and he follows by dropping Ziggler on the top rope. Orton poses and he picks up Ziggler on the apron. Ziggler drops Orton on the top rope because Orton was taking too much time. Ziggler gets a near fall and Orton rolls to the floor. Orton kicks Ziggler and Ziggler sends Orton into the ringside barrier. Ziggler rolls Orton back into the ring and he gets a near fall.

Ziggler with a rear chin lock. Orton with an Irish whip that sends Ziggler shoulder first into the ring post. Orton sends Ziggler to the apron for the IEDDT but Ziggler recovers and he sends Orton to the apron. Ziggler with a drop kick that sends Orton to the floor. Orton goes to the ramp but he turns around and sees Seth Rollins make his way to the ring as we go to commercial.

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