WWE Raw Recap and Results 11/4/2013

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CM Punk comes out as WWE Raw starts off. The Wyatt Family comes out too as Luke Harper is getting set for his 1-on-1 match with Punk.

CM Punk vs. Luke Harper

Harper starts off dominating but Punk clotheslines him over the top rope and goes for a suicide dive. The problem’s that Harper sticks his forearm out and Punk runs into it. Now he’s on the defensive. Luke overpowers him for a bit more until he has him in the corner and goes for a running big boot. Punk ducks and Harper lands outside the ring before Punk tries another suicide dive and finally hits it. Raw goes to break.

Harper has Punk in a choke hold and then runs into him as he’s against the apron. He gets him down Punk hits a high elbow out of nowhere and then a Tornado DDT. He builds momentum with 2 dropkicks and a neckbreaker then a running high knee. As it looks like he’s about to hit the Elbow Drop, he changes direction and hits a crossbody on Erick Rowan to the outside. He gets on the apron and hits Harper with a high kick to the head then goes for a flying attack. Luke catches him with a big boot in mid-air and then goes for a clothesline that Punk reverses into a roll-up for the pin.

CM Punk defeats Luke Harper by pinfall

The Wyatts attack Punk after the match but Daniel Bryan comes down to make the save. So it’s official – he’s not in the WWE Title picture anymore.


Renee Young interviews CM Punk backstage. He says he accepts the fact he’s gonna be outnumbered and that he’s glad he’s not the only one who has an issue with The Wyatts.


Paul Heyman is on the phone. He talks about all the injuries he suffered at the hands of CM Punk at Hell In A Cell. He starts crying but it’s not too long before he hangs up.


Ryback vs. The Great Khali

The Great Khali floors Ryback and then gives him a few hard chops to the chest. Khali goes for his finishing move but Ryback dodges it and hits a Meat Hook clothesline for the win. That was a pretty short match.

Ryback defeats The Great Khali by pinfall

Ryback throws Santino Marella into the barricade after the match. And here I was thinking this was his curtain call from the WWE.


Kofi Kingston vs. Alberto Del Rio

Del Rio goes right after Kingston to start the match. He hits a brutal-looking to Kofi’s gut. A few moments later, Kingston clotheslines ADR out of the ring and botches a somersault to the outside but he sells it anyway. They get back in the ring and Del Rio catches his feet in mid-air, holds them in place and stomps on his stomach. He then has him trapped on the apron where he hits an Enziguiri before Kingston falls to the ring. ADR hits a German Suplex and eventually a Tilt-A-Whirl Backbreaker but for 2-counts each time. Kingston’s groggy in the corner when Del Rio goes for another Enziguiri but misses. Kofi hits a body splash but just for a 2-count. He later hits a crossbody but he still doesn’t get the pin. Kofi starts building momentum but Del Rio kills it with a kick to the gut before applying the Cross Armbreaker. Kingston taps after it looked like would break the hold.

Alberto Del Rio defeats Kofi Kingston by submission


As Lawler gets ready to announce the results of the WWE app, Randy Orton interrupts. He asks if fans really think they have a choice. He goes on saying the women in the crowd want him and the men have no chance of being half the man he is.

The results are in and it turns out 3/4 of the voters chose Big E Langston.

Randy Orton vs. Big E Langston

Langston Irish whips Orton into the ropes and delivers a strong shoulder tackle that sends Orton out of the ring to regroup. He comes back in but not much changes – Langston’s still dominating him. Orton takes control for a few seconds and goes for a 2nd rope-DDT but Langston reverses it and takes Orton out while he’s on the apron. Randy hits the barricade hard before Raw goes to break.

Orton tries to send Big E head-first into the steps but Langston reverses it and does it himself. They get back in the ring and Orton ends up on the apron again. Langston tries to him with his shoulder Orton sidesteps it and Big E hits the floor hard. Orton hits a clothesline on him before getting him back in the ring. They go back and forth but then Big E lands 2 clotheslines, a belly-to-belly and a big splash but for a 2-count. He goes for another clothesline but Orton counters with a Backbreaker and then hits the 2nd-rope DDT. Big E reverses the RKO into a clothesline and then got set to go for the Big Ending but Orton escaped it and hit the RKO. 1-2-3.

Randy Orton defeats Big E Langston by pinfall


Fandango and Summer Rae vs. Natalya and Tyson Kidd

Fandango and Kidd start things off, with Fandango taking control early. Kidd hits a few quick kicks and Fandango runs and tags in Summer Rae. Natalya comes in and they yell at each other before Nattie tries for the Sharpshooter but doesn’t get it. Kidd and Fandango come back in after a short time and Kidd goes to work some high energy offense. Kidd even lands what looks like a legit kick to Fandango’s face. Summer Rae starts distracting Tyson, which allows Fandango to attack Kidd from behind. Fandango comes off the top rope but Kidd grabs him locks in a Sharpshooter to which he taps out to.

Natalya and Tyson Kidd defeat Fandango and Summer Rae by submission


Renee Young is backstage interviewing Damien Sandow. He talks about the anguish he went through after he failed to win the World Heavyweight Championship last week. He says he’ll stop at nothing before Zeb Colter interrupts him and cuts a promo. Their match against John Cena and the Rhodes Brothers is next. Cena working the midcard? I never thought it would happen.


Cena cuts a promo about the Susan G. Komen Foundation to fund Breast Cancer Awareness and voices his support for it.

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