WWE Raw Results
March 23, 2020
Orlando, Florida (WWE Performance Center)
Commentary: Tom Phillips and Byron Saxton
Results by: Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com
“Then. Now. Forever.” The WWE video leads us into the show.
Paul Heyman kicks off the show with a video. His client is the most dominant force in WWE history. The list of victims is endless: Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, Randy Orton, Hulk Hogan, The Rock, “Nature Boy” Ric Flair, Stone Cold Steve Austin, John Cena, and The Undertaker at WrestleMania. No one has ever been so dominant for so long.
Drew McIntyre appears in the video and says Lesnar has met his match. Footage is shown of McIntyre putting Lesnar down. This is the same video they played two weeks ago.
WWE Champion Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman are in the ring. The hard camera is pointing at the stage. These are uncertain times, but we have certainty in Lesnar. Drew McIntyre can do anything that he wants to. He can train his ass off, he can go to the gym, and spar with Mixed Martial Artists, but McIntyre cannot beat Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania. Not this most unique, most extraordinary WrestleMania. A WrestleMania too big for just one night. McIntyre can get down on his hands and knees, but God’s prayer line will only give him a busy signal. The next time that McIntyre prays for WrestleMania, Lesnar will answer the prayer by making it quick and painless. After what happened at the Royal Rumble and Brooklyn, New York, Lesnar will make it quick but not painless.
Because of what McIntyre accomplished by eliminating Lesnar and winning the Royal Rumble, McIntyre then put Lesnar down on his back three times in Brooklyn. Heyman assures everyone that when WrestleMania is over, McIntyre will be just another bitch wannabe that tried. The greatest champion to ever stand in a WWE ring is the reigning, defending, undisputed WWE Heavyweight Champion of the World: then, now, and forever, Brock Lesnar.
A week from Saturday, Brock Lesnar will defend the WWE Championship against Drew McIntyre at WrestleMania.
Randy Orton will answer Edge’s WrestleMania challenge later tonight.
AJ Styles will be live later tonight to talk about Undertaker’s attack on Gallows and Anderson.
They are going to show the classic triple threat match from Royal Rumble 2015 with Brock Lesnar, John Cena, and Seth Rollins. They also showed this match in full on the Raw that was snowed out the night after that Royal Rumble. I attended this live and recapped it again the next night. Here is my recap from that Raw in 2015:
WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match
John Cena vs. Seth Rollins vs. Brock Lesnar (c) w/ Paul Heyman
This is a replay from last night’s Royal Rumble. I was there live and just saw myself in the crowd. The crowd is loudly chanting for Brock Lesnar. The bell rings, and Lesnar immediately goes after Rollins. Rollins scurries out of the ring. Cena tries to attack Lesnar, but Lesnar gives him a German Suplex. Lesnar stares at Rollins as he stands over Cena. Lesnar hits a second German Suplex on Cena. Rollins tries to blindside him, but Lesnar catches him in position for the F-5. J&J Security run in, and Lesnar gives them a double German Suplex! Lesnar kicks them out of the ring and turns into an AA attempt from Cena. Lesnar slides off and shoves him into a kick from Rollins. Lesnar brings Rollins into the ring the hard way. Lesnar knees him in the ribs a few times, and Rollins drops to the mat in pain. Lesnar then gives him a German Suplex. Lesnar turns his attention to Cena, and he gives him a German Suplex as well. Heyman smiles maniacally at ringside as the crowd roars in approval. Lesnar kicks Rollins before giving Cena a traditional suplex that sends him flying across the ring. Lesnar gives Rollins another German Suplex that spikes him on his shoulder. Lesnar hits Cena with another traditional suplex before hitting one on Rollins. Lesnar is slowly making his way around the ring before punching Cena in the ribs. An “ECW” chant breaks out. Lesnar then applies the Kimura Lock on Cena. Cena powers Lesnar up and hold him. Rollins goes to the top rope and takes both men out with a flying knee to the head!
Rollins kicks away at Lesnar, as he is dazed on his knees. Rollins punches away at him until Lesnar makes a quick comeback. Cena punches away at Lesnar. Cena and Rollins give Lesnar a double-team suplex. Cena catches Lesnar with an AA. Rollins throws Cena out of the ring and covers Lesnar, but he kicks out at one. Cena quickly gets back in the ring and punches away at Cena. Lesnar immediately knees Cena in the ribs. Rollins tries to attack him, but Lesnar knees him in the ribs and throws him out of the ring. Lesnar then hits Cena with a traditional suplex that sends him out of the ring. Lesnar goes outside, and Rollins dropkicks him into the ring post. Lesnar holds his shoulder in pain and kneels next to the steps. Cena then gives him a dropkick. Cena chases Rollins back into the ring. Cena hits him with a pair of shoulder blocks that the crowd loudly boos. Cena hits Rollins with a back suplex powerbomb, and he smiles as the crowd loudly boos him. Cena goes for the 5 Knuckle Shuffle, but he’s able to counter a kick from Rollins. Rollins lifts him back up and hits a second back suplex powerbomb. Cena goes for the 5 Knuckle Shuffle again, but Lesnar comes back in the ring and gives him a German Suplex. Lesnar hits Cena with a second German Suplex, and Rollins kicks Lesnar in the head. Rollins hits the ropes and knees Lesnar in the head to knock him out of the ring. Cena catches Rollins with a Michinoku Driver for a near fall.
Rollins elbows Cena in the face before going to the second rope to hit a blockbuster, but Lesnar breaks up the pin. Lesnar clubs Rollins a few times before throwing him out of the ring. Cena punches back at him before hitting a clothesline, but Lesnar doesn’t go down. Cena tries a second time for the same result. Cena finally takes him down after a third time. Rollins pulls Cena out of the ring and waits for Lesnar to get up. Rollins springboards off the top rope, but Lesnar catches him and hits an F-5! Cena quickly gets back in the ring and breaks up the pin. Lesnar hits Cena with a German Suplex, and he is really dominating this match. Lesnar leaves the ring and dismantles the commentary table. Lesnar annihilates a TV monitor on the steps. Lesnar gets in the ring, and Cena hits him with an AA, but Lesnar quickly pops up. Cena hits him with another, but Lesnar again pops up. Cena hits a third AA and covers, but Rollins pulls him out of the ring and sends him into the steel steps. Rollins gets in the ring and hits Lesnar with a Curb Stomp, but Cena breaks it up the pin! The crowd chants, “This is awesome!”
Lesnar rolls out of the ring to recover. Heyman talks strategy to him, and Lesnar is on his feet now. Lesnar walks around ringside until Cena takes him out with a spear through the barricade! Cena slowly starts to get into the ring when he notices Lesnar getting to his feet. Cena then viciously sends him into the steel steps! Cena cannot believe that Lesnar is still getting up. Cena then cracks him in the head with the steel steps. Rollins hits Cena with a baseball slide. Lesnar is bleeding from the shoulder blade on top of the commentary table. Rollins then drops an elbow from the top rope through Lesnar on the commentary table! The crowd chants, “Holy Sh*t” and “This is Awesome.”
We come back from the break to see that Cena has already rolled Rollins into the ring. Rollins catches him with an inside cradle for a near fall. Rollins kicks him in the head and picks up another near fall. Cena pulls himself up in the corner and catches Rollins in an AA attempt. Rollins flips through to his feet and goes for a hurricanrana, but Cena counters into a sit-out powerbomb for a near fall! Heyman is flipping out at ringside for a doctor. Rollins has rolled to the apron. Cena grabs him and pulls him to the top rope for a superplex, but Rollins blocks it. Rollins does a sunset flip and runs across the ring with him for a turnbuckle powerbomb for a near fall! Both men are down as replays are shown of the latest exchange. Rollins goes for a Curb Stomp, but Cena counters into an STF! Rollins claws to the bottom rope, and J&J Security breaks up the hold. J&J double-teams Cena as doctors and EMTs bring out a stretcher for Lesnar. In the ring, Rollins and J&J Security hit Cena with a Triple Powerbomb for a near fall!
Rollins picks up his Money in the Bank briefcase and waits for Cena to get to his feet. Rollins goes to hit Cena with it, but Cena gives him a back body drop over the top rope! J&J Security try to attack Cena, but he overpowers them. Cena then gives them an unbelievable double AA! Rollins runs in with the briefcase, but Cena catches him with an AA for a near fall! At ringside, EMTs are loading Lesnar on the backboard of a stretcher. A “Let’s go Cena/Cena sucks,” chant breaks out. They trade punches with the crowd doing the “Yeah” and “Boo” chant. Cena goes for an AA, but Rollins rolls off and kicks him in the midsection. Cena tries to catch him with another AA, but Rollins slides off and hits an enzuigiri. Rollins connects with the Curb Stomp for a near fall! Rollins cannot believe it.
Rollins goes to the top rope and hits an amazing twisting 450 splash! Lesnar all of a sudden gets in the ring and gives Rollins a German Suplex! Lesnar then takes Cena out with a German Suplex, and Cena falls out of the ring. Lesnar goes to give Rollins another German Suplex, but he backflips through and lands on his feet! Rollins picks up the briefcase and hits him in the face with it, but Lesnar quickly pops up! Rollins hits him in the face again and sets up for a Curb Stomp on the briefcase. Lesnar counters the Curb Stomp and catches him with an F-5 to retain the championship!
Winner and still WWE World Heavyweight Champion: Brock Lesnar
Rob Gronkowski will be the host of WrestleMania.
Footage is shown of the Undertaker viciously taking out Gallows and Anderson. AJ Styles will be live, next.
Video Package: The Undertaker vs. AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36
AJ Styles comes out to the stage with Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson. Styles says WrestleMania is too big for one night. As of last week, it is official that the Phenomenal One and the Phenom will go at it at WrestleMania. Styles doesn’t care what night it’s on. It could be Saturday or Sunday. Undertaker might care because he’s not sure when Michelle McCool lets him out of the house.
Undertaker has lost control of everything. Last week when he came out, he was wearing stretch pants like when you’re pregnant. They were maternity pants. It was like a gothic version of The Tiger King. Speaking of tigers, did you see on Undertaker’s Twitter account a video of him in the pool with a tiger and his wife.
Video: Undertaker and Michelle McCool make a pitch to save the tiger.
Styles cannot believe this is real. Who is this man? Has he lost complete control of himself? Ever since he lost his match to Brock Lesnar and ended the Streak, he hasn’t been the same. Styles wanted to take his soul, but Michelle McCool beat him to it. His mystique is gone. Styles wishes he could say this was the first time it has happened, but he’s been doing this for a while. Where has the Undertaker gone? Styles does not want the Mark Calaway posting selfies on Twitter. Styles wants the Undertaker from yesteryear, but he’s nowhere to be found. Styles says he’ll give the WWE Universe what they want. He’ll give the WWE Universe what they want to see. Styles will bring back the Deadman in a match that he would love to be in: a Boneyard Match. When this is over, he’s picked out the perfect plot for Undertaker. Ironically enough, it’s the same plot Michelle McCool picked out when she buried his career.
The Street Profits will defend the Raw Tag Team Championship against United States Champion Andrade and Angel Garza.
Charly Caruso is backstage with Andrade, Angel Garza, and Zelina Vega. Vega makes fun of Charly. Tonight, Andrade and Garza will prove that they’re the most charismatic team in WWE. Andrade will be the most decorated in champion in WWE after WrestleMania. The Street Profits won’t be dancing with the Tag Team Titles much longer. Andrade says they want the titles. Garza says they’re men that know what they want. They walk off, but Garza walks back and winks at Charly.
Video Package: Edge challenges Randy Orton to a Last Man Standing Match
Andrade and Angel Garza w/ Zelina Vega vs. Ricochet and Cedric Alexander
Before Cedric Alexander makes his entrance, Andrade and Garza try to blindside him. Ricochet wipes them out with a springboard cross-body block.
Ricochet starts the match against Andrade. Ricochet blocks a kick and chops him. Andrade chops back and takes him down. Ricochet takes him down with a head-scissor takeover and dropkicks him for a two count. Angel Garza tags in, but it’s not official since he wasn’t holding the tag rope. Ricochet punches Andrade to the corner. Garza unties the tag rope and goes to another corner. The referee admonishes him again. Andrade makes a comeback on Ricochet and chops him off the top rope. Garza then sends Ricochet into the LED apron. Alexander chases him away.
Raw Tag Team Champions The Street Profits walk out to join commentary to watch their WrestleMania opponents.
We come back from the break to see Andrade working on Ricochet’s arm. Garza tags in. They send Ricochet into the ropes and hit a double-team flapjack/kick to the ribs combo for a two count. Garza rips off his pants and hits Ricochet with double knees. Garza applies a side headlock and tags Andrade in. Andrade punches and boots Ricochet down. Ricochet comes back with a superkick on Andrade. Garza tags in, and Ricochet rolls him up for a two count. Garza dropkicks Ricochet to the corner and knees him. Ricochet fights out of the corner, but Garza kicks him down before tagging Andrade back in. Andrade hits the ropes and does a sunset flip. Andrade then lifts Ricochet up for Garza to dropkick him. Andrade covers for a two count. Ricochet soon comes back with a super hurricanrana on Andrade.
Alexander tags in and takes Garza down a few times before striking away at him. Alexander takes him down and dropkicks him in the head. Alexander boots him back and hits a slingshot flatliner for a near fall. Garza fights back, but Alexander and Ricochet hit an inverted atomic drop/dropkick combo. Ricochet hits a standing shooting star press for a near fall. Andrade chops them back, but they sandwich him with stereo superkicks. Garza goes for a superkick, but Alexander falls way before he even touches him. Garza takes Ricochet down and comes off the second rope, but Ricochet dropkicks him out of mid-air.
We come back from thee break to see Alexander fight Andrade back and hit a big kick for a near fall. Andrade soon hits him with a drop-toe-hold into the corner. Andrade crushes Alexander with double knees in the corner for a near fall. Garza tags in and knees Alexander before hitting a sloppy slingshot inverted suplex for a near fall. Garza clubs away at Alexander and tags Andrade in. Andrade and Garza hit a double-team slam on Alexander, but Ricochet breaks it up. Andrade is knocked out of the ring, and Garza knocks Ricochet out of the ring. Garza knees Alexander in the face for a near fall.
Garza hits a moonsault on Alexander for a near fall. Andrade tags in, and they go for a double-team suplex, but Ricochet breaks it up. Ricochet knocks Garza out of the ring and hits a twisting moonsault plancha on Garza. Alexander then hits a Michinoku Driver on Andrade for a near fall. Alexander pulls on Andrade’s tights and his rear end is partly exposed. Andrade clubs Alexander, but Alexander beats him down. Andrade rolls Alexander up before wiping him out with a vicious elbow strike for the win. The referee actually stopped counting, but Alexander didn’t kick out.
Winners by Pinfall: Andrade and Angel Garza
The Street Profits make their way down to the ring to “congratulate” them. Andrade and Garza brawl with them, but the Street Profits knock them out of the ring. The Street Profits are in action, next.
Footage is shown of 3:16 Day last week on Raw.
The Street Profts vs. Shane Thorne and Brendan Vink
Angelo Dawkins takes Shane Thorne down. Thorne sends him into the ropes, but Dawkins shoulder blocks him down. Montez Ford tags in and dropkicks Thorne down. Ford chops Thorne’s chest and talks trash. Ford chops him again and mocks Thorne’s reaction to the pain. Thorne boots him back and sidesteps an avalanche. Brendan Vink tags in and big boots Ford down. Vink punches Ford and stomps him down in the corner. Vink chops Ford’s chest and mocks him. Vink scoop slams Ford and picks up a two count. Vink applies a front facelock. Thorne tags in and crushes Ford with a wild cannonball in the corner for a near fall. Thorne stomps Ford a few times and applies a neck vice. Ford gets out with a jawbreaker. Vink tags in and grabs Ford. Ford flips up and kicks Vink in the head.
Dawkins and Thorne tag in. Dawkins turns Thorne inside out with a shoulder block before hitting Vink with an exploder suplex. Dawkins hits Thorne with a flapjack. Dawkins avalanches both men in the corner before giving Thorne a spinebuster. Ford tags in and hits a big frog splash for the win.
Winners by Pinfall: The Street Profits
Footage is shown of R-Truth beating Riddick Moss for the WWE 24/7 Championship.
Coming up next, we’ll hear from Shayna Baszler.
WrestleMania 36 is 12 days away!
Rob Gronkowski will be the host of WrestleMania 36. The commentators run down the card.
Charly Caruso is shown having a sit-down interview with Shayna Baszler in the ring. Baszler won’t answer any of her questions. Baszler says Charly looks afraid of her. Is Charly afraid she’ll bite? Baszler says Becky Lynch will lose at WrestleMania. She wants the Raw Women’s Title so she can continue to destroy. All of a sudden, Becky Lynch hits Baszler from behind with a chair. Lynch hits her again and walks off pleased.
Aleister Black will be in action, next.
Aleister Black vs. Leon Ruff
The bell rings, and Black looks totally calm while Ruff looks terrified. There is complete silence as Black walks to the middle of the ring and sits down. Ruff tells him to get up, but Black doesn’t respond. Black avoids a kick, blocks a second attempt, and Black hits him with Black Mass for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Aleister Black
We’ll hear from Seth Rollins, next.
Kevin Owens is in the ring. Last week, he answered Seth Rollins’ challenge, but Rollins wasn’t here. Owens wants to hear from him tonight.
Seth Rollins walks out to the stage. Rollins had a few questions for Owens regarding his comments. This place is pretty nice, but does Owens honestly believe that fighting him in this building gives him the home field advantage. Rollins didn’t train here, but Owens did. Owens earned his job in WWE in this building… but does Owens understand how he even got the opportunity to do all those things? Rollins didn’t train in this building because it didn’t exist when he got to WWE. This building was built on his blood, sweat, tears, sacrifices, and successes. Rollins’ first day in WWE was him walking into a dilapidated warehouse and told all his past accomplishments meant nothing. Rollins had to come back and suffer, persevere, and succeed not just for him. Rollins gave up his life’s accomplishments for people like Owens to get the opportunity to train in a beautiful building like this. Owens is standing in his way of progress. Owens refuses to fall in line. None of this exists without Seth Rollins. NXT doesn’t exist without him, the Performance Center doesn’t exist without him. There is no Gargano, Ciampa, Undisputed ERA, Women’s Revolution without him. Most importantly without him, there is no Kevin Owens.
Owens says he’s not going to listen to this delusional speech. Rollins asks Owens to let him finish. Rollins needs to know why Owens picked WrestleMania of all places to make an example out of him. Does Owens know Rollins’ track record at WrestleMania? He won the Intercontinental Championship, Universal Championship, beat Brock Lesnar, Triple H, cashed in Money in the Bank… he has more WrestleMania moments than he can count. Owens has zero WrestleMania moments. Owens’ WrestleMania track record reads like this: failure after failure after failure. What about last year? That’s right… Owens wasn’t even good enough to be on WrestleMania. Rollins says Owens can’t beat him on his worst day. WrestleMania is never his worst day. Under pressure, he becomes a god. Rollins says Owens doesn’t stand a chance and walks off.
Time to replay another classic match. Charlotte Flair vs. Asuka at WrestleMania 34 in New Orleans. Here’s my recap from 2018:
Smackdown Women’s Championship Match
Charlotte Flair (c) vs. Asuka
Charlotte Flair comes out to her father’s theme song of “Also sprach Zarathusta” while sitting on a throne. Royal guards escort her down the stairs. She’s wearing a robe and spins around like her father did. Asuka’s mask is bedazzled. They do the announcements in the ring to give this a big fight feel.
The bell rings, and they circle the ring before locking up. Flair wrenches the arm, but Asuka gets out and takes her down. Flair kips up and does a cartwheel before shoving her and letting out a “WOO.” Flair struts, so Asuka kicks her in the midsection. Asuka hooks a side headlock, but Flair whips her off. Flair takes her down and goes for the Figure Four, but Asuka gets out and hits a sliding kick for a two count. Flair checks her lip to make sure it’s not bleeding. John Cena is once again shown at ringside watching the match. Asuka takes Flair down and hits a double stomp to the back. Asuka kicks her and goes for a running hip attack, but Flair catches her. Asuka quickly rolls her up for a two count. Flair chops her to the corner and knees her. Asuka reverses a whip, and Flair rolls up the turnbuckle and lands on the apron. Asuka kicks her in the midsection and connects with a shot to the head. Asuka then hits a running hip attack that sends Flair to the barricade. Asuka acknowledges that Flair’s shoulder appears to be injured. Asuka attacks her coming in the ring and slams her down on the shoulder. Asuka then applies an arm bar. Flair rolls through, but Asuka quickly comes back with a knee. Flair just as quickly hits a backbreaker and slams her down. Flair pulls her up, but Asuka goes for her Asuka Lock. Flair blocks it and gets out with a backpack stunner. Flair blocks a boot and clubs the back. Flair lays her out on the bottom rope and drops a knee on the back of her neck. Flair drops another knee. Flair goes to the top rope and goes for a moonsault, but Asuka somehow counters into a triangle choke! Flair fights with all that she’s got and manages to counter into the Boston crab. Asuka powers out and covers for a two count. Flair then rolls her up for a two count. Flair looks fired up.
Asuka hits a strike combo and kicks Flair for a two count. Asuka grabs the left arm of Flair and kicks away at the injured left shoulder. Flair manages to shove her down. Flair holds her shoulder in the corner. Asuka knocks Flair to the apron and goes for a hip attack, but Flair moves. Flair then kicks her down. Flair’s left elbow is bleeding. Flair pulls her to the apron and goes for a suplex, but Asuka blocks it. Asuka knocks her back and hits a suplex off the apron to the floor! The referee begins to count them out, but Asuka rolls in at eight. Flair rolls in at nine. Flair yells that she’s the queen. Asuka wildly strikes away at her before taking her down. Asuka lets out a primal scream and goes to the top rope. Asuka then floors her with a missile dropkick. Asuka gets her in a surfboard and stomps away at the left shoulder. Asuka pulls her to the corner, but Flair chops away at her. Flair then climbs the ropes and nearly slips, but she recovers and hits a Super Spanish Fly for a near fall! Flair cannot believe that didn’t put Asuka away. Flair goes for Natural Selection, but Asuka counters into a massive arm bar! Flair manages to get out and goes for the Figure Four, but Asuka kicks her away. Flair blocks a kick and chops her, but Asuka hits a snapmare and sets up for an Asuka Lock. Flair manages to roll her up for a two count. Asuka hits the ropes, but Flair cuts her in half with a spear. Asuka kicks out at two and a half. Flair looks like she’s about to cry in frustration.
Flair has had enough, and she hooks the legs and applies the Figure Eight. Asuka screams in agony AND SUBMITS! ASUKA’S STREAK IS OVER!
Winner by Submission and still Smackdown Women’s Champion: Charlotte Flair
Charly Caruso asks Charlotte Flair what it was like to relive that match. Flair says it was inspiring. For Rhea Ripley, it must have been terrifying. Flair beat Asuka’s undefeated streak, she retired the Divas Championship, and was one of the first women to main event WrestleMania. Ripley should watch her legacy matches. Woo!
We’ll hear from Randy Orton, next.
Randy Orton comes out to the stage. Over the last few months, he’s done and said things that have been misunderstood. It all came from a place of love, but it’s been seen and taken as an act of brutality and violence. Orton is talking to Edge. He is here to respond to his challenge from last week, but he wants to get something off his chest. Orton needs to apologize. Three weeks ago, he lied to Beth Phoenix when he said that Edge is a junkie for the roar of the crowd. Edge isn’t that. Edge is a junkie for his own ego. Adam Copeland is a junkie for Edge.
Edge did say something last week that rang true. Orton never had to pay his dues for his opportunity. Orton was handed an opportunity because of what his last name is. Just because he was handed an opportunity, that doesn’t guarantee a Hall of Fame career. One year after he was called up to the main roster, he won the Intercontinental Champion. A year after that, he became the youngest World Heavyweight Champion in history.
Edge thinks Mick Foley passed the torch to them. Foley didn’t pass him anything. Foley slammed him in thumbtacks, so he beat him, spat in his face, and took the torch. Orton went from a third-generation prospect to the three most deadly letters in sports-entertainment. Edge says Orton doesn’t have grit, but that’s wrong. Grit isn’t sitting on the couch for nine years asking “what if.” Grit to Orton is longevity in an industry that seldom has any. Grit is being the one constant in the locker room. Orton looks around and doens’t see anyone that has accomplished near what he has accomplished. Nobody has as much grit as him, including Edge. Edge calls him an entitled brat, but isn’t Edge the ultimate opportunist? Edge wouldn’t have done the same thing if Triple H offered him to join Evolution? Everything he said the last few months, he’s done it because he loves Edge, his family, and daughters. That’s why he sent their father back home.
Edge challenged him to a Last Man Standing match at WrestleMania last week. Orton says, “Edge, you may be writing the story, but at WrestleMania I’m going to write the last chapter and end it. I accept.” Orton’s music plays as the show comes to an end.