WWE Main Event Results (6/10/14) – The Showoff vs. The Sell-Out

WWE Main Event Results – (6/10/14)
From the Resch Center in Green Bay, Wisconsin
Reported by CJ Blaze of WrestlingNewsWorld.com

Welcome to WNW’s live coverage of Main Event!

Triple H makes his way to the ring as Byron Saxton and Tom Phillips welcome us to the show. This is Triple H’s first appearance on Main Event.

There’s a lot of controversy in WWE right now. Dr. Joseph Maroon’s announcement about Bryan’s health airs. Triple H says they stripped Bryan of the title because of us, the fans. We deserve better, we deserve a fighting and defending champion. He brings up the announced Money in the Bank Ladder Match participants that will be vying for the WWE World Title. It’s not often that HHH can guarantee us when magic will happen, when history will be made. Triple H guarantees us that a new WWE World Heavyweight Champion will be crowned. Seth Rollins’ heel turn video airs.

Seth Rollins comes out in a suit. Triple H asks Rollins how does it feel? Rollins says right before he swung as hard as he could, there was this moment, this clarity. He seen Ambrose trying to grasp what happened, and before he could, he took him down too. He has never felt this power before, and they owe him. They don’t gave the guts to do what Seth did. Triple H understands that power. He understands more than anybody. You have to create your own opportunities. Seth’s goal is to be the greatest that has ever stepped in this business. And he will stab his friends in the back to get there. This is the evolution of Seth Rollins.

Ambrose and Reigns are nothing but dead weight and he cut them loose. The crowd chants boring as Seth takes a moment to thank Triple H for this opportunity. Dolph Ziggler comes out. Congrats Seth. On being a self-centered trader. You’ve taken every shortcut. Everytime Ziggler gets in the ring, he has a chip on his shoulder that tells how hard he works. Tonight, Ziggler is going to wipe that grin off his face and show the world what it means to be a WWE Superstar. And he’s going to do without having the boss hold his hand.

Jimmy Uso makes his way to the ring with Jey at his side. Luke Harper and Erick Rowan appear in the ring.

Jimmy Uso vs. Luke Harper

Harper takes Jimmy to the corner. Slap and uppercut from Luke in the corner. They trade blows. Harper is tripped into the ropes, Jimmy does a crossbody into him. Jimmy connects with another crossbody in the middle of the ring. Harper throws Uso into the rope. Suplex from Harper, two. Another cover. Headlock on Uso. Uso powers out and climbs to the top to hit the flip. Harper boots Uso. Harper is dumped outside the ring and Jimmy prepares to run out until Harper catches him with a punch. Jimmy rolls Harper up in the ring for the three.

Winner: Jimmy Uso – by pinfall (4:01)

Kofi Kingston makes his way to the ring. Lana is out to introduce Rusev. She insults Americans and then goes on to say Russians are strong. Rusev enters.

Kofi Kingston vs. Rusev

Kofi strikes Rusev in the corner. Kofi attempts to roll him up. Rusev clubs Kofi. Rusev stomps on Kofi several times. They trade blows. Kofi gets a big elbow in. Kofi with a crossbody from the top. Big kick and punches in the corner follow. Rusev catches Kofi and knees him. Kingston is thrown out of the ring. Kofi is tossed back in the ring and counters with a dropkick. Rusev connects with the big kick. Kofi taps to the Accolade.

Winner: Rusev – by submission (3:37)

Sheamus vs. Cesaro takes place this Friday on SmackDown.

Renee Young interviews Summer Rae backstage. Renee recaps Summer’s history with Fandango and Layla. A video of Summer’s attack on Layla from last night airs. Summer says she was fine with Layla taking her leftovers, but then she kept rubbing it in her face. Layla attacks Summer and pours kitty litter on her.

Dolph Ziggler makes his way to the ring. After the commercial break, Seth Rollins enters to his new theme music and still wearing his Shield gear.

Dolph Ziggler vs. Seth Rollins

Lock up, waist lock on Ziggler. Seth runs out of the ring and then back in. Lock up, headlock takedown on Ziggler. Rollins with a shoulderblock, Ziggler with a hip toss. Ziggler connects with a dropkick, Seth sends Ziggler head-first into the turnbuckle.

-Commercials

Ziggler powers out of a headlock. Rollins hits a suplex, followed by two more. Rollins grabs Ziggler’s face in the ropes. Ziggler is thrown into the corner. Rollins is put in a sleeperhold. Rollins runs Ziggler into the corner to get out. Seth flies into the corner when Ziggler moves and then nails a crossbody. Body drop on Seth. Ziggler throws several elbows, two. Seth counters the neckbreaker and rolls Dolph up. Rollins hits a modified neckbreaker and pins Ziggler. Rollins goes up top and Ziggler catches him with a big dropkick. Rollins counters the DDT and sends Dolph flying.

Rollins kicks Ziggler in the head from the apron. Ziggler connects with Famouser, nearfall. Ziggler flies into the corner and sends several punches. Rollins hits the Buckle Bomb and connects with the curb stomp for the win.

Winner: Seth Rollins – by pinfall (10:48)

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  • CJ Blaze

    Good evening ladies and gents of WNW!

    • David Jr.

      Good Evening, anyone else here besides you?

      • CJ Blaze

        Nope, but hopefully people join!

  • David Jr.

    Triple H said Daniel Bryan is no longer the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. So apparently Daniel Bryan was the title belt.

  • CJ Blaze

    Nice opening segment

  • David Jr.

    That was adorable.

    • CJ Blaze

      I know!

  • CJ Blaze

    This week’s show was pretty solid.