WWE Main Event Recap: November 7, 2012 Great Britain Commentators: Michael Cole and Mike "The Miz" Mizanin Report by: Clinton Bowman of Wrestleview.com
Yes, as Bruce Buffer says...
IT'S TIME! Oh, it's time to bring you another amazing episode of WWE Main Event on ion Television!
Michael Cole and the Miz recap the WWE.com footage of Sheamus getting attacked by the Big Show as Show joins the commentary table.
Wade Barrett comes down to the ring, and a wonderful introspective into Wade Barrett's history plays.
Match #1: Wade Barrett vs. "The Great White" Sheamus
Sheamus interrupts Wade Barrett and makes a bee-line towards the Big Show.
The match begins with the collar and elbow tie-up, and Wade Barrett hits a shoulder block, knocking Sheamus down. Sheamus hits a wrestling throw on Barrett, and they lock up again. They circle each other, Sheamus controls the waist, but Barrett backs him into the corner, only to get barreled over by Sheamus. Sheamus goes for the pin and only gets one.
Barrett drops some bombs on Sheamus, but Sheamus carries Barrett over to the other corner with the shoulder blocks. Sheamus barrels him over, hits a suplex, and gets a one-count off the pin. Barrett tries to hit a clothesline on a prone Sheamus, and gets sent over the ropes for his efforts, and Barrett appeared hurt. Sheamus hits the chest pounds, followed by a suplex and got another near-fall. Sheamus tried to go for a shoulder block, but got clotheslined over the ropes. Sheamus hits a shoulder block from the apron, however, Wade drops him lovely with the sexiest punch that this recapper has ever seen.
Barrett gets a nearfall on Sheamus after a slam to the mat. Wade ducks a clothesline and hits a mule kick to Sheamus. One Pumphandle Slam later...nearfalls all day, son. Barrett sets Sheamus up for the Barrett Boot on the ropes. Barrett goes after Sheamus on the outside, sending him into the steps.
Wade Barrett going on the flying trapeze with the greatest of ease...I mean...Barrett does a tightrope walk on the barricade, and drops the elbow on Sheamus. Barrett gets another nearfall. Barrett controls the head of Sheamus, but Sheamus hits a back suplex on Barrett, followed up by the big clothesline!
Sheamus and Barrett are throwing bombs like Bomberman, and Sheamus starts building momentum with a shoulder block and a clothesline. Sheamus goes for the Oklahoma Stampede, but Barrett runs away and gets bodied by the Battering Ram. Sheamus gets a near-fall after getting Wade back in the ring. Sheamus tries to come back, but gets kicked in the jaw for a 2-count. Barrett tried to go for Wasteland, but slips out and goes for the Razor's Ed...I mean the Celtic Cross. Wade slips out, dodges the Brogue Kick, and hits the Winds of Change for a near fall. Sheamus hits the Irish Curse for his nearfall and tries to go high risk. Sheamus and Barrett fight on the top, and Sheamus gets thrown off the top for another nearfall. Barrett becomes a victim of White Noise as Big Show takes a walk. Sheamus hits the Brogue Kick and that's all she wrote.
Winner: Sheamus Final Move: Brogue Kick Time: 16:06
Big Show knocked out Matt Striker during an interview.
*Raw Rebound* Brad Maddox, Vince McMahon and Vickie Guerrero. By the way...Vickie getting punked by Vince was HILARIOUS.
Monday Night: Ryback vs. Brad Maddox for a $1M contract.
Match #2: R-Truth vs. 3MB's Heath Slater
Heath and Truth fight over control, and Truth hits a hip toss. We get an Eddie Guerrero call back and a WHAT'S UP! R-Truth and Slater begin posturing around, and R-Truth hits a clothesline and a spine buster for a nearfall. Truth hits his dancing leg drop, and goes to the ropes and gets grabbed by Mahal. Mahal leads Truth into a clothesline by Slater. Slater assaults Truth and goes for the pinfall. Truth tries to fight back, and Slater hits Truth with the high knee. Slater then hits Truth with a Hangman while he was caught up in the ropes. Truth tries fighting back, but Slater sends Truth out and Jinder attacks him. Truth kicks out at 2. Slater controls the head, but Truth fights out, only to get a few shoulder blocks. Truth makes his comeback with the Clothesline and Heel Kick. Truth goes for the Murray Roll and Slater kicks out. Slater knocks Truth down and gets the nearfall. Truth hits the Truth and Consequences, pins Slater and Jinder gets Slater DQ'd.
Winner: R-Truth Final Move: Truth and Consequences Time: 7:05
Jinder attacks R-Truth with a high knee to the face to close out the show. Bowman's Bulletpoints:
- Oppan Gangnam Style! I still don't like that song, but the reference was cool.
- Shout-outs to Barack Obama, still the President of the United States.
- Please keep the victims of SuperStorm Sandy in your thoughts. If you wish to donate, please check out www.nyc.gov.fund or text nycfund to 50555. New York City is also currently being hit by Winter Storm Athena, complicating relief efforts. If you wish to donate any clothing or toys, please contact me at [email protected].
- Wade Barrett and Sheamus threw DOWN tonight.
- Also, was it me...or was this crowd just BANANAS? The crowd was amazing. Just don't expect Wrestlemania to ever end up in the UK. EVER.
- Shoutouts to Matt Striker. Great rag-doll.
- Show on commentary with Michael Cole was amazing. AMAZING. Oh...and the Miz was good too.
- R-Truth vs. Slater wasn't the most amazing match that I have ever seen. I'm not completely positive that it should have really been on this show juxtaposed with the Barrett/Sheamus match. It was a fun match, but I'm completely confused about the whole match in general.
Next Week on WWE Main Event: Team Hell No vs. Team Rhodes Scholars for the WWE Tag Team Championship
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