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WWE Main Event Results - 8/14/13 (Del Rio vs. Rhodes)

WWE Main Event Results 8/14/13

WWE Main Event Results
August 14, 2013
San Jose, California
Commentators: Josh Mathews and Mike "The Miz" Mizanin
Report by: Clinton Bowman of Wrestleview.com

Josh Mathews welcomes everyone to WWE Main Event, with 4 days left until SummerSlam! We are greeted to Alberto Del Rio’s music as he makes his way down to the ring for his match!

This Sunday at SummerSlam: Alberto Del Rio defends his World Championship against Christian & Cody Rhodes vs. “Mr. Tender in the Repository” Damien Sandow

Main Event
Non-Title Exhibition
World Champion Alberto Del Rio v. Cody Rhodes

Mike Chioda calls for the match to begin and both men tie it up in the centre of the ring. Del Rio gets knocked down and Cody runs the ropes, only to get his arm kicked in by Del Rio. Both men separate, and Del Rio taunts Cody by tapping the arm. Both men lock up once again, but Del Rio maintains head side control. Cody tries to escape but fails initially. Del Rio goes for an eye rake, but Cody counters into a back suplex. Cody runs the ropes and Alberto counters into a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker for a failed pin attempt. After Cody kicks out, Del Rio ties him up in the ropes, and tries to pin Cody again, however, Cody kicks out again. Del Rio tries to set the offense, but Cody counters with a springboard dropkick. Cody pins Del Rio, but he kicks out at two. Del Rio goes for a suplex, but Cody rolls off the back and sends Del Rio into the ropes. Channeling Bob Holly, Cody kicks a hung up Del Rio low, and sets up the Beautiful Disaster…AND LANDS IT!

*commercial break*

Del Rio is laying into Cody before whipping him into the ropes. Cody counters with a kick to the chest, sending Alberto to the ropes. Cody charges and gets sent over, and Del Rio hangs up the arm on the bottom rope. Del Rio continues the assault on Cody’s arm before kicking him in the ribs. Cody stops a Del Rio charge, and Del Rio hangs Cody in the tree of woe, before kneeing Cody in the chest with a running knee. Del Rio ties Cody up, going for the back superplex, and Cody fights out! Cody sets up and hits a moonsault on a standing Del Rio! Del Rio gets up first, but Cody knocks him down and kicks him in the temple. Cody shoots the half and Del Rio kicks out at two. Cody goes for Cross Rhodes, but Del Rio escapes, hits an enziguiri and shoots the half. Cody kicks out at two, and Del Rio goes after the arm again. Del Rio quickly climbs the ropes and Del Rio locks Cody’s arm in a rope hung Cross Arm Breaker! Del Rio hops to the outside for a bit, and Cody ducks a charging Del Rio, hits the Beautiful Disaster! Cody stacks Del Rio up and Del Rio kicks out! Del Rio goes after a vulnerable Cody, and attacks the arm! Del Rio goes for the Cross Arm, Cody blocks it, but Del Rio bridges a German Suplex and only gets two. Del Rio goes for another Cross Arm attempt, and Cody hits the Cross Rhodes! Both men are down, and Cody attempts to hit another Cross Rhodes after getting to his feet, and Del Rio grabs the tights and sends him into the turnbuckle. Del Rio locks in the Cross Arm Breaker and after a long struggle, Cody taps like his nickname was Bojangles!

Winner via Cross Arm Breaker: Alberto Del Rio

Up Next on WWE Main Event: A Special Look at the Best v. The Beast!

*commercial break*

We are treated to a look at Paul Heyman and CM Punk’s relationship and its subsequent destruction.

This Sunday at SummerSlam: The Best v. The Beast, CM Punk v. Brock Lesnar

HAKA! WHEN I SAY US…Y’ALL SAY O!

Undercard Match
Tag Team Exhibition
Jimmy and Jey Uso v. Drew McIntyre & Heath Slater

Jimmy and Heath Slater start the match to a massive reaction in the form of U…SO! Chants. Heath attempts head control, and Heath gets a quick start with control, until Jimmy knocks Slater to the ground with a clothesline. Jimmy tags in Jey, and Jey gets sent packing by Slater. Slater gets Drew McIntyre into the ring, and Jey takes control quickly, and tags in Jimmy, who dispatches of Drew McIntyre in quick fashion. Jimmy sends Drew McIntyre into the rest of 3MB as we go to commercial

*commercial break*

Heath Slater is in full control of Jimmy Uso, and Heath tags in Drew McIntyre. Jimmy takes control of Drew as he tags in Jey Uso. Jey tags Drew with a flying forearm, and covers Drew, only getting two. Jimmy maintains control, until Jimmy gets distracted by Jinder and Heath, allowing Drew to boot Jimmy Uso to the outside. Heath gets tagged in and sends Jimmy into the guard rails. Heath rolls Jimmy in and covers him for a two count. Heath goes for a rear naked choke, however, Jimmy hits a jaw breaker to escape. Heath regains his composure and kicks the tasted out of Jimmy’s mouth. Heath shoots the half, and Jimmy kicked out at two. Heath tags in Drew who assaults Jimmy. Drew covers Jimmy for a pin after a cheap shot by Jinder Mahal while the ref was distracted, and Jimmy kicks out at 2. Heath and Drew exchanged quick tags, until Drew got countered by Jimmy. Drew and Jimmy tag in their respective partner and Jey Uso gets live! Jey Uso covers Heath after a Samoan Bulldozer, but Drew breaks up the pin. Chaos ensued in the ring, Jimmy gets tagged in during the chaos and…

THANK YOU FOR FLYING AIR USO!

Winners via Air Uso: The Usos.

Up Next on WWE Main Event: John Cena and Daniel Bryan face off on MizTV.

*commercial break*

This Sunday on the SummerSlam Kickoff: RVD challenges for Dean Ambrose’s US Championship, while HBK, Booker T and Natalya analyze the show as our official panelists!

Raw Rebound: MizTV with John Cena and Daniel Bryan, and yes…John Cena corpsed on live TV.

This Sunday at SummerSlam: Triple H is our referee for the biggest match in both John Cena’s and Daniel Bryan’s lives! Can Daniel Bryan set himself apart, or will John Cena still be the champ? Also, Big E Langston and AJ face off in mixed tag competition against Dolph Ziggler and K8LYN!

THREE AIN’T ENOUGH, MAN I NEED FIVE! Big E Langston and AJ come out before the commercial break in preparation for his match against Justin Gabriel!

*commercial break*

Undercard Match
Exhibition
Big E Langston w/AJ Lee v. Justin Gabriel

Big E Langston starts mauling Justin Gabriel. Not much to say there. The ref separates Gabriel and Langston in the corner, and Justin Gabriel tries to fight back. Big E catches Gabriel in the air as he was charging and slams him down like a BOSS! Big E hits a splash and pins Gabriel, who kicks out at two. Big E locks in an abdominal stretch. Justin Gabriel can’t get out the blocks as he tries to fight his way out, getting caught by a belly-to-belly suplex pin, with Gabriel kicking out after two. Big E continues to keep Justin Gabriel on his back, being quite relentless as he hits multiple backbreakers on Justin Gabriel. Big E goes for another splash, misses and goes for another corner splash, and Gabriel counters and stacks Langston on his shoulders, but only gets one. Gabriel fights back out and lands a springboard moonsault after a countered Big Ending! Gabriel stalks Big E and hits some measured strikes, but Langston sends Gabriel flying with a toss. Langston stalks Gabriel and it’s time for a BIG ENDING!

Winner via Big Ending: Big E Langston.

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Bowman’s Bulletpoints:

- Del Rio v. Cody Rhodes as your main event was one heck of a match. Del Rio as this ruthless a-hole and Cody playing the face in peril throughout this match worked wonders, and the crowd was solidly behind Rhodes.

- Are the Usos over, or are they OVER? I never thought I’d see the day, but I guess you would have to thank the Shield for that rub. That being said…

- The tag match was quite phenomenal. Heath and Drew as those stoogey bumpers really made the Usos look better, as if they really need to look any better than they do.

- Big E Langston is a beast. I’m extremely hyped for Big E Langston to do big things, and this match just proved it further. While it was simply a showcase match, it was an excellent showing from everyone involved, even AJ, whose facial expressions really added to the match.

- I’m not looking forward to Brock Lesnar v. CM Punk. At least not as much as I’m looking forward to John Cena v. Daniel Bryan. Taking my fandom towards John Cena away from the equation, this is the biggest match of the careers of both men. There will be a paradigm shift. You have your known variables, John Cena and Daniel Bryan, as well as Triple H, but what about Orton, Stephanie and Vince? Where will they play into this? There is a true air of mystique around this match, and I like it.

And this is it for WWE Main Event this week!

Clinton Bowman

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