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WWE Main Event Results - 9/2/14 (Ziggler vs. Sandow)

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WWE Main Event results, Sept. 2, 2014: Ziggler silences "Mizdow" en route to Night of Champions

UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA — Live on WWE Network, Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler crossed paths with Miz imposter Damien "Mizdow" on WWE Main Event. The reigning champion scored a win and will be looking to do the same when he defends his title against the real Miz at Night of Champions Sunday, Sept. 21, on WWE Network and pay-per-view.

Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler def. Damien "Mizdow"

The night kicked off with Damien "Mizdow" in the ring for an edition of "Mizdow TV." Before Sandow could really get rolling, though, Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler crashed the set and dropkicked him. The two then clashed in an official match made by The Authority. Despite "Mizdow" borrowing some hard-hitting moves from Miz’s arsenal, Ziggler struck with the Zig Zag to put his opponent down for the three-count. Will the outcome be the same when The Showoff battles the genuine article at Night of Champions?

Summer Rae & Layla def. Natalya & Rosa Mendes

Things were looking good for "Total Divas" stars Natalya & Rosa Mendes on WWE Main Event, but the momentum shifted after Layla and Natalya collided into each other. Rosa tagged herself in — much to Natalya’s chagrin — and took the brunt of a kick from Layla, in the process losing the bout for her team.

Goldust & Stardust def. Los Matadores

Going into the tag team war, Gold & Stardust looked to continue to shine and get the attention of WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos. Los Matadores got off to a strong start, but before long Gold & Stardust managed to take control of the high-flying duo. There was still a glimmer of hope when Los Matadores turned the tide and regained the momentum. That is, until Stardust's Dark Matter captured the win for the tandem Michael Cole called the "Cosmic Kids."