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In the main event, John Cena beat Seth Rollins in a Street Fight.
Hell in a Cell is one week away, but the diabolical structure will be hanging above the ring this week on Raw, serving as a foreboding reminder of the carnage that lies ahead. As Dean Ambrose prepares to step inside the steel with Seth Rollins and John Cena gets ready to lock up with Randy Orton in the hellish enclosure, The Lunatic Fringe and the Cenation leader must join forces to clash with The Authority in a 2-on-3 Handicap Street Fight. What else can we expect on WWE’s flagship show? WWE.com has some ideas.
Even though John Cena and Dean Ambrose seemed to be on the same page on Raw Backstage Pass after last week’s No Holds Barred Contract on a Pole Match, the ferocity each Superstar displayed in that bout proved that they’re hardly the best of friends just yet. The Authority aims to test whether Cena and Ambrose can truly coexist by placing them in a 2-on-3 Handicap Street Fight against Seth Rollins, Randy Orton and Kane this week on Raw, six nights before the Cenation leader rekindles his rivalry with The Viper inside Hell in a Cell while Ambrose and Rollins enter the Cell for the very first time to settle their differences one-one-one.
As if competing in a Handicap Street Fight wasn’t nerve-wracking enough, this battle will be waged in the presence of the Hell in a Cell structure itself. What kind of psychological impact will the Cell have on this match’s participants?
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