Ziggler fights back with gut shots. He headbutts Orton off. Ziggler hits a missile dropkick. Ziggler tosses Orton shoulder first into the turnbuckle. He charges Orton in the corner and hits a few strikes. Orton hits a thumb to the eye and an RKO for the win.
Winner: Randy Orton
After the match, Orton slams Ziggler headfirst into the announce table, and then tosses him into the steel steps. He strikes Ziggler a few times and then sends him into the ring post. Orton tosses Ziggler into the timekeeper's area and then hits his draping DDT using the barrier instead of the ropes.
Then, the Shield are shown. They say that their 2014 will be just like their 2013. They each talk about how they're going to beat their opponents.
Daniel Bryan comes down to the ring for a match as things go to commercial.
Daniel Bryan vs. Damien Sandow
The two tie up and Bryan kicks Sandow in the chest in the corner. Sandow locks in a side headlock. He hits Bryan with a shoulder tackle. Bryan hits a knee to the gut. Sandow kicks out Bryan's leg and tosses him outside. Sandow follows and slams Bryan into the barrier. He sends Bryan back inside and hits a headbutt. Sandow lands a bodyslam, and then the elbow of disdain. He locks Bryan in a submission. Bryan gets out, but Sandow hits him with a back elbow. He slams Bryan's head into the corner and hits a headbutt. Bryan comes back with a flying clothesline. He hits Sandow with his corner running dropkick. Bryan sets Sandow up top and hits a hurricanrana. He kicks Sandow in the chest multiple times, but Sandow ducks the head kick and gets a pin attempt. Bryan kicks him in the back of the head and then hits the running knee to the head for the win.
Winner: Daniel Bryan
After the match, the lights go out and the Wyatt Family appears on the stage. Bray Wyatt cuts one of his usual promos and says that he is a god before blowing his lantern out.
Back from commercial and the Shield are coming in through the crowd.
Langston rams Ambrose into the corner. He whips Ambrose and charges, but Ambrose puts a boot up. Ambrose hits a clothesline. He punches Langston in the head. Ambrose drops an elbow. He hits Langston in the chest against the ropes, and then dropkicks him. Ambrose locks in Langston's head from behind. Langston fights out, but Ambrose hits a knee to the gut. He goes up top, and Langston tosses him off. Langston hits several clotheslines and a belly to belly Suplex. Langston hits a splash. He stalks Ambrose briefly, but gets tossed outside. Ambrose tosses him back inside and Langston hits a running body block. He hits Ambrose with the Big Ending for the win.
Winner: Big E. Langston
Reigns gets in the ring and stares at Langston. Henry comes in and backs Langston up as things head to commercial.
Mark Henry vs. Roman Reigns
Got a news tip or correction? Send it to us by clicking here.
Short URL: http://winc.cc/fAKrPo
Top WWE Stars On NBC's "Today", Sasha Banks On Seeing Herself In WWE 2K17, SmackDown Top 10, Stock
WWE NXT Live Viewing Party And Results
Lucha Underground Season 3 Episode 4: Live Coverage And Your Feedback
Billy Corgan On TNA's Future Changing This Week, If Bound For Glory Will Happen, Pop TV's Reaction
How Was WWE SmackDown Viewership With The WWE World Title Main Event?
New WWE No Mercy Match Announced
Roman Reigns Talks Having Lack Of Direction, Winning WWE U.S. Title, How Rusev Represented The Title
Alberto Del Rio's Restaurant Opening Delayed, Mick Foley Games (Video), HHH On Full Sail University
WWE Monday Night RAW Results - Title Matches, Tag Main Event, Cruiserweights, Seth Rollins, More
Backstage Heat On WWE Title Holder For An Odd Reason
WWE SmackDown Results - WWE World Title Match, Randy Orton - Bray Wyatt, Eight-Man Match, More
Seth Rollins Reportedly Injured At WWE Clash Of Champions Last Night
John Cena On Not Hanging Out Backstage With Other Stars, Tears Into Dean Ambrose Something Fierce
Update On WWE Talking To TNA About A Potential Sale
Cesaro Responds To Daniel Bryan About Leaving RAW, Bad Sign For WWE RAW Viewership, Ric Flair
Donald Trump's WWE Pay Revealed?, More On RAW Competition, Linda McMahon On If She'll Run Again