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I am multitasking dinner and this show while the love of my life pukes her guts out. We're taking the easy way out and going for a stream of consciousness this evening.  If you like what you're seeing tonight, I do this almost every Monday on Twitter, @RingRap!

- We're starting out with a vignette about Daniel Bryan joining the Wyatts. Creepy stuff. 

- Naturally, we hit the ring, and The Uso Brothers are awaiting their match.  

- More CREEPINESS.  Bryan and Bray basically TELEPORT to the ramp.

- It's the little things that makes Daniel Bryan a great wrestler.  He's working a different style as a "Wyatt."  

- It's also a testament when a wrestler turns heel and the fans still chant for him anyhow.

- You gotta imagine Wyatt picked Jake Robert's brain quite a bit last week.  

- Hot tag to Jimmy Uso. The fans love them some Usos.  They've got great fire, and they've been protected, so why not?

- Jimmy tosses both Bryan and Wyatt out of the ring. Stereo dives to the outside. Obligatory commercial break?  Nope.  I'm shocked.

- Luke Harper and Erick Rowan cut the Usos from hitting a pair of somethings on Bray and Bryan.  

The Usos use some trickery to get the 'eff out. They have a vendetta against rocking chairs too, apparently.

- Daniel Bryan is not too happy, and his "brothers" hover around him.

- Careless whispers, and Sister Abigail. Let's roll this buffoon out of the ring, shall we?  

- Good match, nothing really new story-wise. Only disappointment? First match of the night. 

- John Cena "in action" up next. He must be facing Tensai. 

- I was wrong. He's going to squash Damien Sandow.

- Bell rings, and we get a headlock. The fans are going crazy with Cena sucks/Let's Go Cena chants.  

- This match is building like it could go 10 minutes or so, so let's put in a commercial break, shall we?

- It's amazing that Sandow was in control during the break, but once the cameras are back on again, Cena starts hitting moves.

- Sandow is getting a surprising amount of offense right now.  

- There is a "Sign Styles" sign out in the audience. Do you really want him to get jobbed out to Khali?

- Sandow uses Cena's STF in a display of defiance, but Cena powers out and hits an AA for the win.

- Ok, so it wasn't a squash.  Makes me wonder if Cena might've requested Sandow, actually.  

- Thank god we get to see that Smackdown match we missed on Friday! 

- Speaking of recaps, we get a vignette about the WWE Network, for those that missed it.

- This network could be the best thing they've done in a decade. That's a shoot, brother.

- Is anyone else creeped out by Kane's mask in a box?

- Kane and Brad Maddox make a cage match of some sort. I honestly spaced out and have no idea who is in it.

- Big Show comes out to the ring. Everyone in the audience takes a piss break. I will too. 

- In the ring, Jack Swagger, who will face The Big Show.  Is it wrong to be sad it's not Cesaro?  I would pay money to see that swing.

- Jack Swagger and The Big Show are wearing practically the same singlets.

- Here's the squash match that Cena wasn't. It's over in less than two minutes. 

- I guess after months of crying, Show needs a few squash matches.

- I've never seen someone so excited about a punch in my life. 

- Cesaro cowers in the corner. Disappointing. 

- Our Smackdown rematch is next - The New Age Outlaws & CM Punk vs. The Shield.

- Road Dogg and Billy Gunn come out first. I'm floored that so many people still know their speech word for word. 

- I still don't get why they're hanging out with CM Punk. Guess it pays to be friends with the boss.

- The Shield hits the ring. Rollins is wearing long sleeves. Must be a cold night in Providence. Got the windows open in Connecticut...

- Rollins bumps around like a maniac.  Ambrose gets in some decent offense, but Road Dogg hits his signature spots. 

- If CM Punk doesn't get the hot tag in this match, we riot.

- Reigns gets the tag, and he stares down Punk.  Only guy in the group to take Punk down so far.

- They're putting Reigns over major here. Punk dives out and we get another break, naturally.

- Back from break, The Shield is in charge. Roman Reigns hits an impressive dropkick from the floor to the apron.

- Ambrose trying to keep Punk from making a hot tag to someone else. Not amused.

- Punk finally goes for a hot tag.  The Outlaws duck out instead. 

- I'm sure this all has something to do with Hunter.

- Reigns gets the spear on Punk and picks up the win.

- I'm going out on a limb here, and picking Punk vs. Hunter at Wrestlemania. 

- The Shield's music ends kind of suddenly, but they're not done.  They head back into the ring and go for the Triple Powerbomb.  Punk is laid out in the ring. 

- Not a bad match, I suppose. All story here.  Move along.

- More Wyatt stuff. Backstage, Bray talks to Bryan.  Oh, I guess they're the ones in the cage.  Against The Usos. I missed that, whoops.

- AJ and Tamina are facing off against The Funkadactyls. AJ looks lovely. Naomi is wearing gold lipstick.

- Noone looks good in gold lipstick.

- I'm not crazy about AJ's skipping during a match, but the psychotic smiling totally works for me.

- AJ scores the win in a pretty boring match.

- Naomi gets pissed AFTER the match is won. Too little, too late. 

- Randy Orton is pacing around backstage. Where's Stephanie? 

- I'm noticing a pattern lately - if Daniel Bryan is in the first match of Raw, he will also be in the last match. #WWE #Raw 

- First WWE Hall of Fame inductee will be announced next! 

- Backstage, Orton finds Kane.  He's pissed.  Doesn't wanna face Cena, or Lesnar, or Batista. He wants protection. Blah blah.  He gets Kofi Kingston to vent his frustrations on.

- Our first inductee to the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2014 is... The Ultimate Warrior!

- Paul Heyman cuts a great promo with Renee Young, but I'm too busy posting about The HOF induction to pay attention. Sorry, Paul. You deserve better. Really.

- Randy Orton hits the ring and we go to break.

- Randy Orton vs. Kofi Kingston. You've seen this match before.

- This match is still happening.

- After a miserably long match, Kofi gets a surprise roll-up victory.

- Randy goes on a tirade and attacks John Cena's father, at ringside.  It's kind of funny, actually.

- Cena runs out to make the save, stopping certain death!

- After the break, they cart Mr. Cena and Cena Jr. off to the hospital.

- It's Goldust and Cody Rhodes vs. Ryback and Curtis Axel.

- Much to my chagrin, Ryback still has a job after his Twitter explosion this weekend.

- This is actually a somewhat slow match, as well.  The crowd is zapped.  So am I, frankly.

- Axel tries to go for Kofi's gimmick with a surprise roll-up, but fails. Cody gets the win here.

- Another Batista promo.  His return definitely feels like a big deal. 

- Rey Mysterio vs. Alberto Del Rio. We've seen it before, but it's a solid match.

- At least it's not Sin Cara again.

- I'm extremely surprised Mysterio's legs have held up as long as they have.

- Del Rio goes tumbling out of the ring after hitting the post.  Rey hits a 619 and nearly puts it away. 

- Del Rio hits a superkick to the head, and locks in the cross arm breaker. Rey taps. Decent match, but Rey feels like such an afterthought these days.

- After the break, one more plug for the WWE Network, which, really, truly, is pretty amazing.

- CM Punk runs in back to bitch at Kane.  He wants The Authority.  They're MIA.  He wants to know why Triple H is hiding.  Kane interrupts his tirade and tells him he's in the Royal Rumble match, and could main event Wrestlemania if he wins.  

- The Usos cut a pre-taped... thing.  It was cleverly produced, and had more character development from them than we have ever seen. 

- Daneil Bryan and Bray Wyatt come to the ring, Harper and Rowan in tow. The fans actually clap in time with Wyatt's music.  Well then.  Cage is down, and we're on... after this break!

- One last recap for Cena Sr.'s condition.  His heart is ok, folks. Don't worry.  He may have a broken orbital socket, however! omg!

- Jimmy and Jey Uso chant their way to the ring. Kane comes out with a key.  Spooky Corporate Kane holds the Key.

- I can't remember the last time I saw a tag team cage match.  Shouldn't this be in a pay-per-view?

- Doesn't take long before Jimmy Uso scales the cage and tries to get away.  Daniel Bryan meets him up there.

- Michael Cole clarifies that both members of a team must escape to win.

- There's some awesome spots going on here, since all four men in this match can work.  

- It's kind of crazy how much cooler stuff looks inside of a cage.

- When was the last time we saw a TAG TEAM face off against a TAG TEAM in a main event match on Raw? In a cage, for that matter?

- The Uso's both manage to get outside of the ring at the same time.  Bryan takes Wyatt down in error.  Whoops! Luke Harper attacks Jey Uso. Jimmy takes him out.  Good stuff. 

- Daniel Bryan is about to get his ass whooped.  Again.

- The fans chant for Bryan.  Wyatt whispers into Bryan's ear.  Bryan holds his hands out again.  He drops to his knees.  Feels different this time.

- Wyatt sets him up for Sister Abigail again.  This time, Bryan's not having it.  The fans go nuts.  Wyatt looks CRAZY.

- Wyatt drops to HIS knees and eggs Bryan on.  Bryan just stands there.  Wyatt calls him a coward.  Wyatt rushes Bryan, but Bryan attacks!  The place goes nuts!  Bryan hits four running dropkicks.  

- Providence is on their feet!  Bryan nails Wyatt with kick after kick.  Kick to the head!  He takes off the jumpsuit!  He's got his regular gear on underneath.  He continues to kick Wyatt.  He launches him into the cage, taking out Rowan and Harper in the process.

- Running knee! 

- Bryan scales the cage and chants Yes with the crowds as we call it a night.

The fans have what they want - Daniel Bryan is back on the side of good, but I feel like this story is nowhere near from being over.  Overall, a very strong Raw with some slow parts in the middle, but an awesome ending.  Plus, the news of The Ultimate Warrior's induction... well that makes it pretty newsworthy.

Bill Wentz will have your Raw Afterthoughts tomorrow.  Keep your eyes on Ring-Rap.com! Let us know what you thought of the show in the comments below! Thanks for following along tonight, folks!