WWE Main Event Results – October 23, 2013

WWE Main Event Results – October 23rd, 2013

We are welcomed by Josh Matthews and The Miz.

Goldust vs Seth Rollins

Goldust and Seth Rollins lock up in the middle of the ring to start the match. Rollins gets out of a head lock but then takes a couple of shoulder blocks, followed by an arm drag. Rollins goes to the outside to regroup as Goldust waits in the ring. Rollins gets back in and locks in a headlock of his own. Rollins hit’s a shoulder block but Goldust once again hit’s a couple of arm drags and Rollins goes to the outside once again. Rollins gets back in the ring at 5.

Rollins begins to stomp down on Goldust after taking him down. Rollins picks him back up and slams Goldust in two of the turnbuckles. Goldust reverses the third shot to the turnbuckle, and begins to beat down Rollins in the corner. Rollins gets out and begins to beat down Goldust in the corner this time. Rollins hit’s a low dropkick and goes for a cover. Goldust kicks out at 2. Rollins goes for a clothesline but Goldust throws him to the outside. Goldust gets distracted on the outside by Reigns and Rollins takes advantage by throwing him into the barricade. We go to commercial break.

We return with Seth Rollins in control. Goldust fights back with some kicks to the sternum of Rollins but Rollins once again gains control with a knee to the gut. Rollins puts Goldust in a headlock and Goldust tries to feed of the crowd. Rollins tries for an arm drag but Goldust reverses into a bridge for a 2 count. Rollins hit’s a clothesline and both men are down. Rollins gets up first and irish whips Goldust into a corner. Goldust falls face first as Rollins taunts him. Goldust fights back and hit’s a power slam. Goldust begins to land multiple punches on Rollins, followed by his signature uppercut. Goldust hits a running bulldog for a 2 count.

Rollins survives Goldusts flurry and connects with an enziguri. Rollins goes up top and is caught in a spine buster. Goldust goes for the cover but only gets a 2 count. Rollins goes to the apron but Goldust begins to lay the fists on him. Goldust then knocks Rollins to the outside and throws him into the barricade. Goldust then hit’s a snap suplex on the outside. Reigns gets in Goldusts face and Cody begins to fight Reigns. Goldust goes back in the ring and is rolled up by Rollins for a 3 count.

Winner: Seth Rollins

The Shield celebrate in the crowd as Goldust and Cody Rhodes watches on.

We are shown a video package of John Cena’s career.

The Real Americans make their way to the ring. We head to commercial as they are in action up next.

The Real Americans vs The Prime Time Players

This match starts off with Titus gaining the early control, hitting a fall away slam. Titus tags in Darren and Darren begins to lay it to Swagger. Darren hit’s a suplex but Cesaro breaks it up. Cesaro who was tagged in beats on Darren in his corner and tags in Swagger. Swagger hit’s a hard clothesline and follows it with the Swagger Bomb. Cesaro then hit’s the leapfrog foot stomp, as Young goes to the outside. Cesaro brings him back him and throws Darren into the corner. Swagger is tagged in and locks Darren into a submission hold.

Young hit’s a nice kick to the head of Swagger and tags in Titus. Cesaro is also tagged in. Swagger distracts Titus and Cesaro takes the legs out of Titus. Cesaro then hit’s the Cesaro swing and tags in Swagger. Swagger locks in the Ankle Lock and Titus taps out.

Winners: The Real Americans

The Real Americans celebrate in the ring after the win. We are told a recap of the contract signing on Raw is up next. We cut to commercial.

We return to the Raw Rebound highlighting the contract signing between Daniel Bryan and Randy Orton.

Naomi and Cameron make their way to the ring as they are competing next. We head to commercial break.

Naomi and Cameron vs Aksana and Alicia Fox

Alicia and Naomi start off the match as Naomi goes for a quick cover for a 2 count. Naomi tags in Cameron as Cameron hit’s a hurricanrana on Alicia. Cameron fights off Aksana but Alicia takes advantage. Alicia tags in Aksana. Aksana goes for a scoop slam but it is reversed with a roll up.Naomi begins to hit her comeback on Aksana. Naomi hit’s a leg drop for a 2 count, which is broken up by Alicia. Naomi hits her finisher on Aksana as Cameron takes out Alicia. Naomi gets the 3 count.

Winners: Naomi and Cameron

Dolph is now making his way to the ring as he is competing up next with Damien Sandow. We cut to commercial.

Dolph Ziggler vs Damien Sandow

Sandow starts off the match extremely aggressively, as Sandow begins to hit multiple stomps to Ziggler in the corner. Sandow goes for a scoop slam but it is reversed by Ziggler. Ziggler goes for a clothesline but it is reversed into a running knee by Sandow. Sandow hit’s a scoop slam and a jumping knee for a 2 count.

Ziggler tries for a neck breaker but Sandow whips him into the corner. Sandow runs at Ziggler but catches a boot to the face. Ziggler goes up top and hit’s a missile dropkick on Sandow. Sandow once again gains control as he throws Ziggler to the outside. Sandow begins to smash Zigglers head into the apron before throwing him back into the ring. Sandow then hit’s the Elbow of Disdain for a 2 count. Sandow goes for another knee but misses. Ziggler begins his comeback, followed by a running clothesline. Ziggler then hits 10 punches on Sandow in the corner, that is followed by a neck breaker. Ziggler hit’s the Fame-Asser for a 2 count. Ziggler goes for the DDT but it is reversed by Sandow into The Silencer. Sandow goes for the cover for a 3 count.

Winner: Damien Sandow

Sandow celebrates in the middle of the ring as Main Event concludes.

  • Joe D’Agostino

    What did everyone think of Main Event? Thumbs Up? Thumbs Down? Am I the only one who is sick of Dolph losing? Let me know below!

    • Jake Fury

      Well I didn’t watch this, but who needs to, with your in depth results, right? Great stuff.

      Firstly it is nice to see that Main Event seems to be a cut above shows like Heat, Velocity, Superstars and others. The card is usually filled with some decent mid card guys, who put on great matches.

      As for the result, yeah I’m tried of Dolph losing, but he is clearly not the focus of the WWE. Whenever they don’t know what to do with somebody anymore they tend to make him job.

      To be honest I was more frustrated with Mr Money in the Bank and potential future World Heavyweight Champion, Damien Sandow, constantly jobbing out, but even though Dolph lost, at least he got the win in this one, so while it is sad to see one lose, it is nice to see the other victorious, at last. You’re welcome.

      • Joe D’Agostino

        Yes Main Event usually tends to put on really great matches! It doesn’t always have the biggest names on the show but it does have “house hold names” such as Ziggler, Miz, The Shield, etc. that are known as credible workers.

        And yes I can see your point. It seems if you aren’t in a major feud, you tend to just be in limbo. That seems to be the case for both Ziggler and Sandow. And as much as I hate seeing Ziggler lose, it was nice to see Sandow finally get the nod over someone who the crowd actually cares about.

        I appreciate your comment and your compliment as well, thank you for reading!