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WWE Monday Night Raw: John Cena vs Randy Orton results

According to a Feb. 10 report from, there's a lot to look forward to on tonight's episode of WWE Monday Night Raw.

John Cena collides with Randy Orton on WWE Monday Night Raw
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The Feb. 10 episode of WWE Monday Night Raw, which airs live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Calif., features a headlining bout pitting WWE World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton against John Cena, plus a series of key matchups that will help build storylines for the upcoming "Elimination Chamber" pay-per-view event that goes down two weeks from now in Minneapolis, Minn.

Orton lost to Daniel Bryan on last week's WWE Monday Night Raw, but he bounced back with a nice victory over Christian on Friday night's WWE Smackdown.

Whether he'll be able to keep the momentum going against Cena is anyone's guess, but it's clear that it will be a must-see bout.

The World's Strongest Man Returns

Mark Henry, a former WWE world heavyweight champ, is expected to make his grand return to the WWE ring, after being sidelined for a month due to a dislocated elbow.

It hasn't yet been announced who Henry will be fighting on tonight's episode, but there's just a handful of WWE superstars who have the size to match up with him.

In all likelihood, the WWE will pair him up with The Big Show or Brock Lesnar. As most WWE fans know by now, Lesnar is the man who put Henry on the sidelines by dislocating his elbow during a match last month.

"Hot In Cleveland" Star To Guest Host

Additionally, tonight's episode of WWE Monday Night Raw features the legendary Betty White as guest star.

White, 92, is best known for her television roles as Sue Ann Nivens on The Mary Tyler Moore Show in the mid-1970s, and Rose Nylund on The Golden Girls.

It hasn't been announced exactly what she'll be doing, but she'll most likely be handling pre-fight interviews with WWE stars, in a locker room capacity.

Also on the card, Daniel Bryan is expected to make a cameo, one week after his epic victory over Orton.

How the WWE will use Bryan is the weeks leading up to "Elimination Chamber" is anyone's guess, but wrestling fans will have the chance to watch all the drama unfold tonight at 8 p.m., when "RAW" airs live on the USA Network.

The WWE has been teasing a confrontation between Bryan and Kane, so there's a good chance their feud will get settled inside the ring this evening.

Besides Orton vs Cena, no other matches have been officially announced for tonight's episode.

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