WWE Main Event Results – September 25, 2013



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WWE Main Event Results – September 25, 2013

The Usos vs. Fandango and Big E Langston

Jimmy Uso and Fandango start off the contest. Fandango gets the upper hand over Jimmy at first and tags in Big E. Langston begins to gain offense of Jimmy Uso, including hitting a massive clothesline, only for a 2 count. Big E continues his offense on Jimmy and tags in Fandango. Fandango continues his offense as Jey had just been tagged in. Big E is tagged in by Fandango and spears Jey Uso into the turnbuckle.  Big E tags in Fandango and hits a suplex on Jey. Fandango goes top rope but Jey Uso knocks him down. Big E is tagged in and Jey makes the tag to Jimmy. Jimmy knocks Fandango off the apron and he appears to hurt his leg. Big E  tries for the Big Ending but is kicked down by Jey. Jimmy hits the splash for the victory

Winners: The Usos

We are shown a video of Triple H being interviewed by Michael Cole. They discuss the actions by Stephanie and Big Show on The Miz.

Big Show vs. Damien Sandow

Big Show starts off by knocking Sandow down. Sandow leaves the ring and grabs his briefcase claiming he is the uncrowned world champion. Big Show grabs Sandow in the corner and begins chopping him. Sandow gains some offense trying to knock Show down but to no avail. Big Show knocks down Sandow and goes for an elbow but misses. Sandow begins to kick show down and hits the Elbow of Disdain. Sandow locks in a headlock but is powered out by Big Show. Big Show sets up the knockout punch and connects on Sandow. Big Show pins Sandow for the 3 count.

Winner: The Big Show

Big Show breaks the Briefcase off of the handcuffs and places it over Damien Sandow. Big Show leaves and Tony Chimel crowns Damien Sandow as “Still Money In The Bank Holder and Future World Champion”

We cut to commercial and a video package of Wrestlemania 30.

We return with a Raw Rebound of CM Punk’s hometown return in Chicago, that is ruined by Paul Heyman, and Ryback.

Curtis Axel is now making his way to the ring accompanied by Paul Heyman.

Curtis Axel vs. Justin Gabriel

Axel and Gabriel lock up and Gabriel gains the advantage. Axel gets out and taunts Gabriel. They lock up again, with Axel getting the upper hand with a drop kick. Axel takes down Gabriel with a front head lock and tries to wear his opponent down. Gabriel gets out and hit’s a flurry of offensive moves, including a pretty looking arm drag. Axel takes control with blows straight to the head. Axel slams Gabriel in the turnbuckle and chops him in the corner. The crowd breaks out in CM Punk chants. Gabriel reverses an arm drag into a low legged takedown. Gabriel tries for a bridge for only a 2 count. Axel and Gabriel stand off and Axel begins to talk down to Gabriel. Gabriel takes a shot to Axel that knocks him out the ring. Heyman gives Axel a pep talk until Gabriel tries for baseball slide. Axel reverses into a clothesline onto the floor as we cut to commercial.

We get back to Axel dropping multiple knees to Gabriels head. Axel puts a headlock on Gabriel. Gabriel gets out and whips Axel to the corner, but he stops before hitting the turnbuckle. Axel reverses a clothesline with one of his one to the back of the head. Axel lays in a backbreaker and hit’s a top rope axe handle for a 2 count. Axel begins with clubbing blows to Gabriels head and hit’s a well executed elbow drop. Axel whips Gabriel into the corner for a 2 count. Gabriel begins mounting a comeback with multiple kicks to Axel. Gabriel hit’s a running forearm in the corner and lands a springboard cross body for a 2 count. Gabriel trys a springboard moonsault but Axel moves out of the way. Gabriel lands on his feet and hit’s a diving cross body to the floor. As Gabriel gets in the ring, Axel hit’s a kick and neck breaker through the middle ropes, for only a 2 count. Axel hit’s a back suplex for another 2 count. Gabriel kicks Axel in the head and connects with the springboard moonsault, for another 2 count. Gabriel tries for the 450 but Axel rolls out before Gabriel jumps. Gabriel hit’s a spinning back suplex for a 2 count. Axel leaves the rings and lures Gabriel into a cheap shot. Axel hits his inverted DDT for the victory.

Winner: Curtis Axel

The show ends with Axel celebrating with Paul Heyman.



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