WWE Main Event Results – May 27, 2014
WWE Main Event Results – May 27, 2014
- Tonight’s WWE Main Event opens up from Atlanta with Goldust and Cody Rhodes coming to the ring. Byron Saxton and Tom Phillips are on commentary.
Cody Rhodes vs. Curtis Axel
We get a look back at Randy Orton and Batista beating Cody and Goldust on RAW last night. Out next comes Curtis Axel with Ryback.
They lock up and trade holds. Cody drops Axel but misses a clothesline. They run the ropes and Cody nails a dropkick. Cody keeps control and beats Axel into the corner. Cody works Axel over as Ryback looks on. Axel turns it around and goes for a quick pin attempt. Axel takes Cody to the corner and stomps away. Axel keeps control and whips Cody hard into the opposite corner. A knee to the face by Axel now. Cody turns it around with a clothesline and the big right hand. Cody with a kick to the gut. Cody goes to the top and nails a moonsault for a 2 count. Ryback gets on the apron but Goldust stops him. Ryback throws Goldust into the barrier. Cody nails Ryback with a Disaster Kick. Axel takes Cody’s leg out and rolls him up for the win.
Winner: Curtis Axel
- We get a look at Bray Wyatt from last night’s RAW and the attack on Jerry Lawler. Still to come tonight, The Usos vs. Erick Rowan and Luke Harper. We go to Network promos.
R-Truth vs. Damien Sandow
We go to the ring and out comes R-Truth. We get a look at Damien Sandow getting a win over Truth on last week’s Main Event. Because we’re in Atlanta, Sandow makes his way out now as a rapper called D-Sizzle. Sandow says we all know ATL is the hip-hop capital of the world. He cuts a rap about going hard in the paint and flossing. Truth says he knows Sandow has been having an identity crisis but Sandow rapping… ain’t nobody got time for that. Sandow says Truth is about to run up and get done up. Thuggish until the end, tell a friend. Sandow drops the mic and fans boo him.
Truth strikes first and takes Sandow from corner to corner. Truth keep control but Sandow turns it around. Sandow with knees to the head. Sandow with the side Russian leg sweep. Sandow waves his hands in the air like he just don’t care before hitting the Elbow of Disdain for a 2 count. Truth blocks the You’re Welcome and hits his finisher for the win.
- We get a look back at Stephanie McMahon and Daniel Bryan from RAW last night.
- We see The Bella Twins backstage talking. The Authority is forcing Brie to compete tonight. More Network promos.
Brie Bella vs. Natalya
We go to the ring and out comes The Bella Twins. Natalya is out next. Lots of back and forth and trading holds early on in the match.
Brie unloads on Natalya and yells out Stephanie McMahon’s name. Brie with a single leg crab but Natalya eventually fights out. Natalya goes on and gets the win with a Sharpshooter.
- Renee Young is backstage with The Usos. They mock The Wyatt Family and are confident they will get the win in tonight’s main event. We get more Network promos and a look back at The Shield and Evolution from RAW.
- We come back and Luke Harper cuts a promo backstage on tonight’s match against The Usos. We get more Network commercials.
The Usos vs. Luke Harper and Erick Rowan
We go to the ring and out comes WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos for a non-title match. The lights go out and here comes Bray Wyatt, Erick Rowan and Luke Harper.
Bray watches from his rocking chair as Rowan starts off with Jey Uso. Rowan has his sheep mask on as they get started. Uso ducks a shot and knocks the mask off. Rowan overpowers Uso and takes him down. Harper comes in to continue dominating Uso. Uso with a kick to the mouth and a quick 1 count. Jimmy Uso tags himself in and they double team Harper to take him down. Harper comes right back with a big dropkick on Jimmy. Harper with a 2 count as we go to more Network commercials.
Back from the break and Rowan is in control of Jey. Rowan nails a big fall-away slam that sends Uso out of the ring. Harper tags in and brings Uso back in with more offense. Another tag to Rowan for some double teaming as fans start a chant for The Usos. The Wyatts continue to control the match. Harper comes back in and does the Gator Roll on Jey. Harper keeps Uso grounded. Fans chant for The Usos and Jey fights back. Jey decks Rowan but Harper slams him for a 2 count as Jimmy breaks the pin. Rowan comes back in and works over Uso in the corner. Rowan runs into a boot in the corner. Jey with a missile dropkick. Harper and Jimmy tag in at the same time. Jimmy unloads and hits a superkick. Uso with an uppercut and a flying forearm. Jimmy also takes out Rowan. Harper misses a clothesline and Uso nails a big Samoan Drop. Uso with the back splash but Harper ducks it. Uso nails a superkick for a 2 count instead as Rowan breaks the pin. Jey comes in but Rowan meets him. Jey and Rowan end up on the floor. Jimmy rolls up Harper for 2. The Usos clear the ring and leap out onto Rowan and Harper, taking them out right in front of Bray. Jimmy brings Harper back in the ring and goes to the top. Rowan tosses Jey into the ropes, knocking Jimmy off balance. Harper nails a big clothesline on Jimmy for the win.
Winners: Erick Rowan and Luke Harper
- After the match, Bray instructs Rowan towards the ring. Jey comes in to check on Jimmy but Rowan nails him from behind. Rowan takes Jey back to the floor and rams him into the ring post. In the ring, Harper picks up Jimmy as fans chant for John Cena. Harper tosses Jimmy out of the ring in front of Bray. Bray asks where Cena is. Bray hits Sister Abigail on the floor to Jimmy. Harper gets down in Jimmy’s face and starts counting to 10. Main Event goes off the air with Bray looking on.
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