WWE Main Event Results (10/9/13) – Big E Knocks Off True Z

Welcome to WNW’s live coverage of WWE Main Event!

The events following Battleground and Raw have the WWE Universe buzzing. Josh Mathews welcomes us to the show as Brodus Clay and Tensai dance their way to the ring. Alex Riley joins Mathews in saying that he loves the Funkadactyls. 3MB enters, it will be a 3 on 2 handicap match.

Handicap Match: Tons of Funk vs. 3MB

Brodus and Slater start. Slater ducks form a clothesline, throws a few punches. Clay grabs Heath by the hair, and then slams him a couple times. Mahal and Tensai are tagged in. Mahal goes on the attack, shoulderblock by Tensai. Headbutts in the corner, monkey flip follows! Tensai holds Mahal upside-down in the air, slam. TOF double-teams Mahal, elbow drop and cover from Clay. Tensai is hit with a high knee from Jinder. McIntyre connects with a dropkick, cover. Slater works on Tensai in the corner with punches.

Sweet T shoves Slater, but is taken down for a two. Slater and Tensai trade blows, Heath is thrown out of the ring. Mahal is clotheslined by Clay. Brodus throws Mahal over his shoulders, splash in the corner. Another slam, Brodus goes to the second turnbuckle to hits a splash, two. Slater is now the legal man. Slater flips over the ropes, splash for a three.

Winners: 3MB – by pinfall (5:48)

Riley and Mathews discuss the Punk vs. Ryback match at Battleground where Punk low-blowed Ryback to win. In three weeks, at Hell in a Cell, CM Punk and Ryback will have a rematch.

Daniel Bryan will face Randy Orton for the WWE Championship inside Hell in a Cell with Shawn Michaels as the special guest referee.

Aksana vs. Tamina

Aksana starts to take her shirt off when Tamina goes right on the attack. They trade slaps. Aksana gets Tamina down, elbow drops connect. Cover, one. Aksana locks in an arm lock. Side-walk slam by Aksana. Aksana crawls around Tamina. Tamina stomps on Aksana, knee drop, one. Chinlock applied on Aksana. Aksana gets out, neck breaker for a two. Tamina slams Aksana onto her knee. Big boot from Tamina for the three.

Winner: Tamina – by pinfall (3:29)

Raw Rebound: Big Show starts to talk to Stephanie, when McMahon tells him to shut up. Show knocked out officials, Daniel Bryan, and Randy Orton. Show says sorry. Stephanie goes on a rant about how Show can’t manage his responsibilities. Stephanie starts to get a little more aggressive. It’s time for Show to beg for forgiveness. Show’s worthless, he doesn’t have a soul. Big Show won’t beg, he KO’ed Orton because he couldn’t take it anymore. Stephanie slaps Show 6 times across the face, and then she says you’re fired!

Zack Ryder makes his way to the ring as they go to commercial. After the break, Big E Langston enters.

Zack Ryder vs. Big E Langston

Lock up, Ryder is shoved. Big E places Zack up top and slaps him. Big E runs over Ryder, headlock in place. Ryder is shoved out, headlock back in. Ryder powers out, Langston is kicked and punched. Missile dropkick connects, Ryder kicks Big E away from the ring.

-Commercials

After the break, Ryder has Langston down in a headlock on the mat. Big E sends a big right hand to the gut. Langston drives his shoulder into Ryder in the corner, pin. Ryder gets out of a hold, but Langston comes back with a belly-to-belly suplex. Another big right hand to Ryder. Ryder dodges Langston’s big splash. Zack connects with a missile dropkick, Broski Boot. Langston rolls out of the ring, shoves Ryder into the barricade, clothesline. Ryder rolls Langston up, big elbow in the corner. On the third one, Langston catches Ryder with a slam. Big clothesline by Big E. Langston hits the Big Ending for the win.

Winner: Big E Langston – by pinfall (10:12)

Raw Recap: A replay is shown of Vickie Guerrero announcing John Cena as Alberto Del Rio’s opponent for the World Heavyweight Championship at Hell in a Cell. Right after the announcement, Ricardo Rodriguez rolls up Del Rio for the win. Del Rio went on to brutally attack Ricardo afterwards.

The last few minutes are shown of Daniel Bryan, Cody Rhodes, and Goldust vs. The Shield from Monday on Raw. The bell is rang when a DQ comes. Triple H restarts is as a No DQ match. Rollins ends up pinning Bryan for the win. The Shield beats on Goldust until Big Show comes out. Hunter hides behind The Shield. The Shield beats down Show until Big Show throws all of them off. Show gives Triple H a huge knock out punch before leaving the ring.

 

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  • Nostaljack

    Ryder continues to job. What a shame. He absolutely thew his chances away and he’s doomed to job.

    • CJ Blaze

      Unfortunately, that is the case. I would like to see him in better spot, but it’s out of my hands. Thanks for the comment!

      • Nostaljack

        He is getting some offense in so that’s kind of interesting and the commentators aren’t burying him.

        • CJ Blaze

          Yeah. I thought Ryder did pretty well last week against Axel, wish the match was longer though. Big E Langston is very impressive as well.

  • mezzmer

    Big E is a beast

    • CJ Blaze

      Yes he is!

  • Nostaljack

    Dag that bump Rodriguez took was just insane. It looks just as sick the 2nd time.

  • Nostaljack

    I love it. A 3-man watch party. LOL!!

    • CJ Blaze

      Haha! Thanks for joining! I would like for more conversation, but it’s hard to get a lot of people to talk for a 1-hour show. Feel free to keep commenting!

  • Nostaljack

    Is it wrong that I kinda miss Tony Schiavone?

    • mezzmer

      No its not

  • mezzmer

    Haha the best feud right now is shield n Rhodes

    • Nostaljack

      The work rate has been just insane. Everyone has come out of this looking just amazing!

    • CJ Blaze

      I’m loving it. I’m a huge fan of Rhodes, and The Shield gets better and better each week.

  • mezzmer

    So is main event like a replay raw

    • Nostaljack

      Yeah but when you replay wrestling clinics like this, it’s hard to complain.

    • CJ Blaze

      Plus a few matches. This week was rather lackluster, but there have been some really good PPV quality matches before.

      • Nostaljack

        They have enough talent on the roster that they could have some decent mid-card feuds on this show, couldn’t they?

        • CJ Blaze

          Yes they could. I don’t see why they don’t have more title matches, and stuff like that,

  • Nostaljack

    WWELLLLLLL It’s the Big Slow!!!

  • Nostaljack

    Trip made that punch look absolutely amazing. The way he slammed down on to the mat. Wow.

    • CJ Blaze

      It was probably the greatest KO punch I’ve ever seen

  • Nostaljack

    21 comments!!! Is it a record, CJ? LOL!

    • CJ Blaze

      By far! I think the last was 6!

      • Nostaljack

        YES! YES! YES! YES! YES! YES! YES!

      • Nostaljack

        I’m game next week. How about everyone else?

        • CJ Blaze

          I’ll be there, duh. We need to get more involved, of course. I’m going to try to be more interactive during SmackDown.

          • Nostaljack

            SmackDown’s impossible for me as I work on Friday and Saturday nights. I record it and watch it later so I don’t lose track.

          • CJ Blaze

            I see. Well, I need to eat, so see you next week!

          • Nostaljack

            Cool. We out.

    • mezzmer

      Im down for next Wednesday