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WWE Live from Madison Square Garden 2015 PPV Results & Review Coverage Live

Posted by Anthony Mango Saturday, October 3, 2015
On October 3, 2015, WWE is Live from Madison Square Garden with a special event on the WWE Network! Follow along with "WWE Live from Madison Square Garden" results and review here. Who will win? When the time comes, check out the live coverage of the Live from Madison Square Garden special event with results and review here. You can check out my predictions here with the spoilers of all these matches and more. Live coverage of the special event will begin as soon as the pre-show starts. Stay tuned!

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WWE Live from Madison Square Garden Results

Sheamus & Rusev vs. Dolph Ziggler & Randy Orton

WWE made a smart decision to combine these two singles matches together as a tag team match. Why? Because I highly doubt anybody cared about either match and this way, it'll be over faster. Also, I guess I might be slightly wrong, as Randy Orton got an impressive pop.

RESULTS: Randy Orton and Dolph Ziggler via pinfall (Orton hits an RKO on Sheamus)
THOUGHTS: I'm very glad that this only took up 15 minutes, as I did not care about it whatsoever. It wasn't bad, but it was as entertaining as watching a random match from Superstars or Main Event—none of them matter and neither did this.

After the match, Rusev calls Sheamus a dumb American (lol!) and says he ruined the match. Sheamus is as useless as Lana. Sheamus Brogue Kicks Rusev in response and tells him to kiss his arse. From experience this year, I would like to point out that when someone is supposed to kiss someone else's arse, apparently those rules aren't reinforced—at least not when Ziggler wins.

Oh hey, we get a Raw Rewind. Just what I wanted! Can we get a SmackDown Slam of the Week commercial next, too?

Backstage, Corporate Kane (on crutches) talks to Renee Young about Seth Rollins having the United States Championship shot later on in the night.

Stardust vs. Neville

RESULTS: Neville via pinfall (Red Arrow)
THOUGHTS: Not bad. Seen it before and nothing was different, but the match wasn't bad.

Backstage, Paul Heyman cuts a promo on Big Show and how Brock Lesnar is going to beat him.

Team Bella vs. Team PCB

RESULTS: Team Bella via pinfall (Rack Attack on Paige)
THOUGHTS: So Charlotte and Becky Lynch wanted Paige to come back to them and they decide to abandon her during the match, so they lose, all to prove a point? Babyfaces wanting to lose and hurt someone who used to be their friend. Okay, okay, I'm nitpicking, I know, but I'm just annoyed that Paige got the microphone and she's going to talk and probably yell that this is her house.

Paige says she doesn't know if she can forgive them; she'd never do that to them because they're friends.

[Intercontinental Championship Match] Kevin Owens (c) vs. Chris Jericho

Oh hey, Lance Storm is in the crowd. And The Jackal???

RESULTS: Kevin Owens via pinfall (roll-up after a reversal and an eye poke)
THOUGHTS: Good match. Nice use of the ropes to break the pinfall after the Codebreaker. Nice finish to put heat on Owens while making both he and Jericho not look weak.

[Tag Team Championship] The New Day (c) vs. The Dudley Boyz

RESULTS: The Dudley Boyz via disqualification (interference from Xavier Woods)
THOUGHTS: So I was definitely wrong about the titles changing hands, but I'm okay with that, as The New Day rocks.

Xavier Woods is put through a table again to compensate for the disqualification ending.

Brock Lesnar vs. Big Show

I'm surprised this isn't the main event, but that might just be since everyone knows how it's going to end.

RESULTS: Brock Lesnar via pinfall (F5)
THOUGHTS: So that was basically a squash match, but that's okay, as we all knew how this was going to end.

After the match, Lesnar comes back to the ring to give Big Show another suplex and another F5.

[United States Championship Steel Cage Match] John Cena (c) vs. Seth Rollins

RESULTS: John Cena via pinfall (Attitude Adjustment)
THOUGHTS: What was up with those lights dimming a few times throughout the match? Good match, but after the rest of this card was so pointless, I had no energy for it.

Demon Kane gets into the ring to put a hurting on Rollins. He chokeslams him and then gives him a tombstone.


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