CM PunkPhillip Jack Brooks
- Birthdate: 10/26/1978 (age 36)
- Height: 6'2"
- Weight: 218 Ib
He was titled in the WWE as "the longest-reigni...
Airdate: Monday, January 6th, 2014 (USA Network)
Location: The Baltimore Arena in Baltimore, MD
Results by Jeff Johnson
“Yes, sir, we promised you a great main event…”
Good evening everyone and welcome to this special "Old School" edition of Monday Night Raw. Our announcers for the evening are Michael Cole and JBL. We open up Monday Night Raw with the arrival of "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair. Flair welcomes everyone to Old School Raw. Flair said that when he heard Raw was going to be in Baltimore, he had to be there. He says he is going to style and profile all night long. Flair struts in the ring as the music of the WWE World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton starts up. He makes his way to the ring.
Orton and Flair embrace in the ring and Flair congratulates Orton. Randy says he has the up most respect for him, and he taught him so much in his career. He says tonight isn't only about the legends, but it's about him as well. Orton talks himself up as the greatest superstar of all time. Orton asks Ric to step aside because he has something he wants to say. Loud "no" chants at Orton. Orton talks about Stephanie Mcmahon's announcement from last week that Orton will defend the title at the Royal Rumble against John Cena. Orton says he has proved himself already against John Cena. Orton wants the Authory to reverse their decision for the match at the PPV. Ric Flair tells Orton that when he was young, you went out every night of the week proving that you are the man. He says that's why he has 2 hall of fame rings. Flair says all Orton is doing is crying about the rematch. He suggests that Orton should defend the title. Orton calls Flair the most overrated superstar in history. Orton said he was good in his time, but times have changed. Orton tells Flair to leave, because he won't be held responsible for what happens next. Flair says no, and Orton will listen to him whether he likes it or not. Flair says 10 years ago, he and HHH hand picked him as the future of the company. He says Orton brought an immature attitude that he still has. He asks Orton that when he goes home, does he consider him a man. Orton asks Flair if he should go old school on him right now. Before they start to fight, John Cena shows up.
Cena embraces Flair and then tells Orton that every time he talks, he sinks lower. Cena tells Orton that he shouldn't take his frustrations out on Ric Flair. He then talks about Flair's accomplishments. Cena says that Orton doesn't belong in the same conversation as Ric Flair. Cena says he feels like going old school too. Cena calls out Orton to fight right now. Orton backs up and heads out of the ring. Orton backs up the ramp as John Cena and Flair embrace in the ring again. Michael Cole and JBL update us on the condition of Jerry Lawler seeing as he is under the weather and not at the show tonight. They then show us a video package highlighting the feud between Daniel Bryan and The Wyatt Family.
The Usos and Rey Mysterio vs. The Wyatt Family
Luke Harper and Jey Uso start the match off. Luke Harper stars on offense with a big shoulder tackle. Harper now tags in Daniel Bryan. Rey Mysterio also tags in. Bryan with a big right hand and knees to Mysterio. Mysterio low bridges Bryan and he flies to the outside right in front of Bray Wyatt. Bray tells Bryan to go get them as we go to commercial.
Back on Raw, Eric Rowan is in control of Jimmy Uso. Rowan lifts up Jimmy and hits a big fall away slam. Rowan tags in Bryan. Bryan with big kicks to the chest of Jimmy. Bryan now chokes Jimmy on the middle rope. Bryan hits the roeps and hits a big drop kick to the back of Jimmy Uso. Bryan tags in Rowan. Rowans stands on the head of Jimmy in the corner. Jimmy hits the corner but catches Rowan with a big boot. He then connects with a big superkick. Jimmy tags in Mysterio. Mysterio with a big head scissor on Rowan. Rowan lifts up Mysterio but he catches him with a hurricanrana. Jey Uso comes off the top with a splash but misses. Daniel Bryan tags himself in,...