Tonight, Rob Van Dam challenges Seth Rollins in what is rumored to be Van Dam's last match before he takes a hiatus.
Welcome to another live coverage of WWE's Main Event here on Smark Out Moment! RVD kicks off the show as he makes his way to the ring for his match with Seth Rollins.
MATCH: Rob Van Dam vs. Seth Rollins
The crowd is firmly behind RVD as the two men exchange some shoulder blocks. There are a nice series of missed kicks and we are at a standoff. Rollins gets nailed with a nasty kick, but goes back on the attack. RVD is getting some sweet pinning combos and clotheslines Rollins over the top rope followed by a big leap to knock Rollins down. The "ECdub" chants echo through the arena.
Rollins is in control in the center of the ring and launches Van Dam into the ring post. RVD send Rollins' face into the second turnbuckle and gains momentum. RVD looks fantastic tonight, definitely on top of his game as he sends Rollins into the ring post followed by Rolling Thunder. Van Dam gets the 2-count. Rollins pushes RVD off of the top turnbuckle, and Van Dam smacks his face on the barrier. RVD barely beats the count of 10 to get back in the ring. Rollins tosses him right back out and assaults him outside the ring. Van Dam tosses Rollins over the barrier into the timekeeper's area and wins by a count out!
Winner: Rob Van Dam via count out
Backstage segment with Adam Rose and Curtis Axel. Typical stuff. Rose calls Axel a lemon and we got ourselves a match.
MATCH: Curtis Axel vs. Adam Rose
Axel comes out strong but meets a shoulder block from Rose. Rose is in firm control as he mule kicks Axel in the corner. Axel goes back on the attack and hits a huge clothesline from behind. Rose tries to fight back but Axel hits a nice dropkick, like, a really nice dropkick. Rose answers with a nice spinebuster followed by a series of flying forearms. Rose hits The Party Foul for the win.
Winner: Adam Rose via pinfall
A recap of Lesnar vs. Cena and Lesnar's video package last night on Raw. Paul Heyman is such a boss. I really like the direction this is going in. We're seeing a vulnerable, yet aggressive side of John Cena. This is more than likely the closest we will ever see him get into heelish territory, so enjoy it while it lasts. Will Cena beat Lesnar's ass? I truly don't think so. If Cena wins the title back at Night of Champions, I will be so upset that I will be face down in my own pile of blood, urine, and vomit.
MATCH: Goldust & Stardust vs. Los Matadores
Goldust and Fernando start the match. Stardust tags in quick. He hits an interesting cartwheel-dropkick combo. Fernando and Diego are getting quick tags and are working well together. Fernando is in control against Stardust but Stardust escapes and tags in his brother. Goldust takes it to Fernando with an inverted atomic drop followed by a powerslam.
Goldust is in, but I really can't tell which Matadore is in. Goldust hits a backspring elbow and tags Stardust. Okay I learned it is Fernando that is still in there. We're good now. Stardust has Fernando in a sleeper hold but Fernando escapes. Stardust gets the hot tag as well as Fernando. Diego is taking it to Goldust and hits a nice head scissors. Stardust is back in and nails Diego with Dark Matter for the win.
Winners: Goldust & Stardust via pinfall
Goldust & Stardust attack El Torito after the match.
This was a pretty decent edition of Main Event. If this was really RVD's last match for a while then he definitely put on a good show; I just wish he would've won the match with a Five-Star Frog Splash. Goldust & Stardust continue their heel turn which I find to be interesting. In fact, I believe it is a good choice and I'm excited to see where it goes.
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