WWE Main Event Results (5/29/13) Sheamus vs. Wade Barrett

Josh Matthews, The Miz, and Ricardo Rodriguez are on commentary.

Sheamus vs. Wade Barrett

They lock up in the middle of the ring. Barrett sends Sheamus into the ropes, while Sheamus hits a clothesline. They lock up again. Barrett sends Sheamus into the corner and hits a few punches before sending him to the opposite turnbuckle. Sheamus counters with a clothesline. Sheamus then hits a knee to the head, and locks in an arm lock, and Barrett gets out. They each trade blows. Barrett tries for a flip on Sheamus, but he powers out of it and pins Barrett for a two. Barrett gets counted out for 4. Barrett tried for a boot, Sheamus caught him and tripped Wade. Sheamus hits a superplex for a two count. Sheamus punches Barrett in the corner. Barrett countered with a boot. Barrett hits a knee to the gut and sends Sheamus to the ropes, but he counters with a kick himself. Barrett then hit Sheamus with a clothesline to the outside!

We come back with Barrett applying a head lock to Sheamus. Sheamus powered out, but Barrett hit him down. He put Sheamus up on the turnbuckle and punched him, followed by a kick which sends Sheamus out for a 6 count. Sheamus launches himself into the ring with a shoulder block. Barrett rolls Sheamus up for a two. Barrett kicks him, and locks in another headlock. Sheamus punches his way out. Sheamus went for a cojnter but Barrett reversed it, and hit several knees in the ropes. Sheamus rolls out. Barrett hit an elbow from the apron, and then a one count pin in the ring. They each trade more hits. Barrett lands another knee, and goes for another elbow drop, but Sheamus moved. Barrett lands another boot for a two count. Wade got cocky, and then Sheamus rolled him up for a two. Barrett then hit an impressive dropkick-like move for another two.

We come back againg with Barrett beating Sheamus up with his knee in the ropes. Sheamus powered out, and then hit a DDT. Both men were down for a four count. Sheamus hit a couple of Irish hammers. Sheamus hit a knee to the head, and then a rolling senton. Sheamus  goes up to the turnbuckle and hits a shoulder block for a two. Sheamus was able to get some offensive moves in. They each counter moves, and then Sheamus locked in the clover leaf! Barrett got to the ropes, and kicked Sheamus. The Celtic Warrior went for the submission again, but Wade rolled him up for a two. Barrett then hit two super kicks for a near-fall. Sheamus then hit a White Noise. Sheamus sets up for the brouge kick but misses, and Barrett hit him with winds of change for a two count. Barrett attempts for a wasteland, but Sheamus countered and connected with an Irish Cure Backbreaker for a two! Sheamus went to the turnbuckle. Barrett got up and hit a punch. As Sheamus went for the shoulderblock, Wade tripped him. Barrett then put him on his shoulders and connected with a Wasteland for a two. Barrett sets up for the bullhammer. Sheamus ducked and then hit the ten clubs to the chest, followed by Barrett countering white noise. Barrett sent Sheamus into the turnbuckle a couple times. Out of nowhere, Sheamus connected the brogue kick for the victory!

Winner: Sheamus (18:42)

-Afterwards, The Miz and Barrett stared at each other.

Justin Gabriel vs. Antonio Cesaro

They each trade lockups. Cesaro sends him into the corner, followed by a messy spill to the outside. Gabriel hits a hurancanrana (spelling) outside on Cesaro. Justin sent him back into the ring, only for Cesaro to get out the other way. Cesaro gets back in and hits a clothesline. Cesaro with a one count pin. Cesaro then hit a gutwrench powerbomb-like move. Antonio then applied a head lock. Gabriel countered. Gabriel hit a couple of high flying moves. Cesaro locked in the head lock again. Justin hit a backflip and then a neck breaker for a two. Gabriel went for a 450, but Cesaro tripped him. Cesaro locked in the head lock, and followed by the neutralizer for the win.

Winner: Antonio Cesaro (3:32)

R-Truth and Tons of Funk vs. 3MB

Clay and Slater start. Slater punched Clay, and then Brodus hit a clothesline. Sweet T gets in and decimates Slater for a two. Slater hit a kick after a distraction. Drew gets in and unloads on Sweet T. Mahal comes in and hits a high knee. R-Truth gets tagged in. Truth hits two clotheslines and then a high kick for a two. Clay and Tensai clobbered Mahal, and then R-Truth nailed him with a Little Jimmy for the victory.

Winners: R-Truth and Tons of Funk (2:13)

-Overall it was a great show full of action! The last match was a waste, but Sheamus and Barrett proved they have great chemistry.

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Dustyn

    Being at the taping last night, I can say that the Sheamus/Barrett match is a PPV quality match. It’ll be interesting to see how much was cut for commercials, and how it comes of on TV.

  • Dustyn

    Some pics from the Sheamus/Barrett match

  • Dustyn

    Besides the stuff that happened during commercials, after the match, Barrett cut a promo on the local crowd, talking about how he could jump the barrier and beat anyone in the arena. He told everyone that we could “Kiss his English backside” He then challenged The Miz to a match. Miz took of his suit jacket and tie, jumped into the ring. The two of them teased locking up. Miz hit Barrett with the “Skull Crushing Finale.” The crowd loved it. Miz went back to commentary, and Barret went to the back.

    • CJ Blaze

      I wish that would’ve aired on television.

      • The Breaker

        They showed it on the WWE App, actually.

        • CJ Blaze

          Of course

  • Dustyn

    Everyone loved the Wyatt Family video. Bray Wyatt was at the arena last night. I was outside where the superstars arrive, and Wyatt was in one of the cars, along with a few other NXT guys.

  • Dustyn

    The Cesaro/Gabriel match was good. All the kids and women loved Gabriel. I really like Cesaro. I really hope that within the next year, he is in the main event. Perhaps a MITB win?

  • Dustyn

    The last match of Main Event was fun. Everyone loved Tons of Funk and R-Truth, and hated 3MB (for the most part) Jinder Mahal got cheers, being from Alberta (Calgary). There was a bit of an “Albert” chant in my section but didn’t catch on too much.

  • 1molly23

    The Sheamus/Barrett match was pretty amazing. It’s not easy for men as big as they are to go that long and hard. Kudos!

    • Xavier

      Sheamus is very underrated as a worker. And I agree, great match, props to both guys.