WWE Main Event 10/7/2014 Results & Review Coverage | Smark Out Moment

WWE Main Event 10/7/2014 Results & Review Coverage

Posted by Kyle Robinson Tuesday, October 7, 2014
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Follow along with ongoing coverage of tonight's episode of WWE Main Event for October 7, 2014 including full results of what goes on and a review synopsis of the event. Main Event is coming to you from the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Keep refreshing this page and checking back to get the most up-to-date results coverage. Make sure to tell us what you think about this episode by leaving a comment below or talking in the chat room on the sidebar!

Expect to see some of the midcard storylines continue. I am staying optimistic after last night's awful Raw (besides when The Rock showed up of course) and hope that we get somewhat of a decent showing. Please, for the love of God, no more El Torito and Mini Gator.

We get an Intercontinental Title match right at the start! Didn't see this one coming. I am pleasantly surprised as Dolph Ziggler makes his way to the ring. Cesaro is on commentary.

IC TITLE MATCH: Dolph Ziggler (c) vs. Bo Dallas

I love Bo Dallas; this dude is hilarious. The crowd is firmly behind Ziggler. Bo is doing fairly well here in the beginning; after all, he beat Mark Henry three times. Ziggler hits a couple arm drags and misses the patent elbow. Bo takes control as he stomps away at Ziggler. Dolph hits the splash in the corner, goes for a boot, but Bo blocks it and tosses Dolph over the top rope.

*Commercial Break*

Is it weird that I want Bo to win this one? I mean, we all know he won't but for some reason I think he would look good with the IC Title. Both men are down as the ref begins the 10 count. Dolph is hitting all his patent moves. He misses The Famouser as Bo counters and covers for a 2-count. Ziggler hits a DDT and gets a 2-count of his own. Bo hits a double arm DDT for another 2-count. Bo tries to roll Dolph up by grabbing the rope, the ref breaks the pin, and Ziggler hits Zig-Zag for the win.

Winner: Dolph Ziggler (c) via pinfall

Why are we being forced to relive one of the worst segments in Raw history? No one wanted to see Kathie Lee and Hoda. No one. Even Adam Rose looked miserable out there.

*Commercial Break*

Tyson Kidd talks to Kane backstage and demands a match. Kane says Natalya already asked him if Tyson could have a match with Jack Swagger.

MATCH: Nikki Bella, Summer Rae, Layla, & Cameron vs. Brie Bella 

Summer starts the match, Brie kicks her ass, and here comes Layla. Layla hits a DDT and Brie kicks out at 2. I'm going to be a typical guy and say how hard it is to actually concentrate on the match. The amount of sexy in the ring is unreal. Cameron tags in and is in control. Brie hits the running knee followed by a missile dropkick. Nikki tags herself in, hits Brie with her own running knee, then pins her with the torture rack.

Winners: Nikki Bella, Summer Rae, Layla, & Cameron

Recap of The Rock's surprise return. Yeah, you're damn right I marked out! I fan-girled so hard you have no idea. The Rock vs. Rusev for Wrestlemania 31 please.

*Commercial Break*

MATCH: Tyson Kidd vs. Jack Swagger

Zeb Colter cuts a promo before the match and says Tyson keeps his manhood in Natalya's purse. Kidd starts aggressive. Kidd is firmly in control until Swagger flips him flat on his face. Swagger misses the Swagger Bomb and tries to turn it into the Patriot Lock. Tyson counters with an awesome pin and wins! Nice.

Winner: Tyson Kidd via pinfall

*Commercial Break*

Raw Rebound time. I love this Dean Ambrose and John Cena feud. Cena HAS to put Ambrose over. There's just no other option. It has to be Ambrose vs. Rollins in a Hell in a Cell. I'm sure Cena vs. Rollins wouldn't be bad but Ambrose vs. Rollins has much more emotional investment; it would also be the better match by far.

Stardust is in single's competition next.

MATCH: Stardust w/Goldust vs. Jey Uso w/Jimmy Uso

Jey is in control and hits Uso Crazy early. Stardust regains stamina and hits a neckbreaker for a 2-count. Things just became really slow, nothing important is happening. Stardust is still in control. I'm surprised this is so slow paced. Jey regains momentum as he nails the Samoan drop. Jey goes up top for a splash but Stardust knocks him off. Jey gets back in the ring, fights back, and hits the splash for the win.

Winner: Jey Uso via pinfall

REVIEW:

This was a very decent edition of Main Event. It wasn't amazing, but definitely not horrible. There was no sign of El Torito or Mini Gator so that in itself is a victory for everyone. Match of the night has to go to Dolph and Bo. Their match was the most entertaining by far. 

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