Seth Rollins steals the show on RAW

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As many as eight matches took place on Raw last night, but the man that stole the show wasn't even scheduled to fight.

Enter Seth Rollins - the current Mr Money in the Bank.

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The former Shield member was without a doubt the focal point of the show, as he continued to cause controversy.

It was certainly an up-and-down evening for Rollins.

He started the night by escaping from John Cena after being on the end of an outburst from Paul Heyman. Later on, he was covered in exploding green slime after being reunited with his Money in the Bank briefcase…but that incident wasn't going to spoil his night.

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As John Cena and Dean Ambrose were on the verge of beating Kane and Randy Orton in RAW's main event, Rollins took it upon himself to enter the ring to break up the count.

That, of course, did not go down well with Cena and Ambrose, who were seemingly desperate to get their hands on Rollins.

But, with a little help from the Authority, this night belonged to Rollins as he finished the evening in style by delivering a curb stomp to his enemies onto the brief case.

Rollins may well have to watch his back though. Cena, Ambrose, and even champ Brock Lesnar all want a piece of him. His luck will surely run out sooner or later.

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