WWE Smackdown Results
April 25, 2014
Results by: Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com
“Then. Now. Forever.” The WWE video leads us into the show.
The Smackdown video plays, and we’re brought into the arena to see Smackdown’s General Manager, Vickie Guerrero, in the ring. Vickie says she has been in direct contact with The Authority, and they have taken a well-deserved night off. She would like to address The Shield. Due to their disrespectful conduct on this past Monday’s RAW, they will have a tag team match later on tonight. They will be facing Curtis Axel, Ryback, Alberto Del Rio, and Vickie laughs before saying it doesn’t matter. All the crowd needs to know is that there will be eleven superstars facing The Shield tonight. Vickie then laughs.
The camera pans out, and Vickie is in the middle of a set of podiums. On one side is Zeb Colter with Jack Swagger and on the other side is Paul Heyman with Cesaro. Vickie calls this “The Great Debate.” Vickie says both Heyman and Colter have had many differences of opinion on many subjects. Colter will have 90 seconds to start. Colter thanks WWE and the Universe, as well as Vickie Guerrero for moderating this. Colter says he does have differing opinions with Heyman. Colter says they’re debating what happened at WrestleMania two and a half weeks ago and on RAW the following night. Everybody saw him get ambushed by Heyman and Cesaro when they changed plans. Colter says if Vickie starts itching, it’s just the fleas falling off Heyman. Colter has a question and also wants to get something straight with Cesaro. Cesaro is with Heyman now, but ten months ago, no one knew Cesaro’s name. Not even the commentators knew his name. Cesaro came to him and asked for help because he agreed with his message. Colter believed in Cesaro. Swagger never did, but he convinced him. Colter says he nurtured and tutored Cesaro. The buzzer rings, and Vickie cuts him off by telling him his time is up. Colter tries to force a question in, but Vickie yells and excuses herself to stop him.
Paul Heyman thanks Colter for the opportunity to allow them to clear the air as reasonable gentlemen without having to appear in court. Heyman also thanks Vickie and the crowd. Heyman says it’s incumbent upon him to make Colter cognizant of the fact that his client, Brock Lesnar, conquered The Undertaker’s undefeated streak at WrestleMania. Heyman says it a few more times so Colter can understand. Colter yells at him to stop and mentions that Heyman isn’t answering the question. Heyman still continues on until the buzzer sounds.
Vickie gives Colter 60 seconds now. Colter says he doesn’t want to talk about Brock Lesnar nor does he care about Brock Lesnar. Colter cares about Cesaro. Colter asks if Cesaro even knows Heyman’s history. Heyman owes people in 47 states and 8 foreign countries. Heyman is a liar, a thief, and a manipulator. Heyman would rather climb a tree and tell a lie than stand on the ground and tell the truth. Colter warns Heyman that he will learn about Cesaro. Cesaro is a different breed. Cesaro is great, but Heyman will find out about him. Colter asks why Heyman stole Cesaro away from The Real Americans. Colter yields the remainder of his time to Heyman.
Heyman says hard questions deserve hard questions. Heyman says he’s the one behind the one in 21-1. His guy won the one. When is the last time Colter’s guy WON? Heyman has the answer. The last time a Zeb Colter guy won is when one won the André the Giant Memorial Battle Royal. Colter yells that he’s wrong. Heyman says he is wrong because when Cesaro won the battle royal at WrestleMania, he was already a Paul Heyman guy! Heyman then says, “My client, Cesaro, won the André the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania.” Heyman repeats that over and over again until the buzzer sounds.
Colter asks Cesaro if he knows who entered him into the battle royal. Colter says he was the one, not Paul Heyman. Technically when Cesaro won it, it was because he got him into it. Colter asks how long he has known Heyman. Colter then says it’s been “forever and a day,” which is “forever and two days too long.” Colter says he knew this was going to be a sham when he came out here. He knew he wouldn’t get any answers from Heyman, and he was right. Colter knocks over the podium, and he approaches Heyman. Colter says this isn’t between Cesaro or Swagger. Colter tells Heyman to look at him like a man for the first time in his life. Colter says they should settle this like men. Heyman says, “I’d be happy to look at you man to man, but we’re one man short, grandpa.” Colter says Heyman is just jealous that he has more hair on his back than Heyman has on his head. Heyman says something, but Colter tells him to “shut up,” and he shoves Heyman. Colter and Heyman start to get into a shoving contest until Swagger and Cesaro separate the two of them. Swagger will face Cesaro when we come back.
Jack Swagger w/ Zeb Colter vs. Cesaro w/ Paul Heyman
The bell rings, and Swagger quickly lays him out with a knee to the midsection. Swagger puts him in the corner and hits a shoulder thrust and some punches to the midsection. Swagger taunts Cesaro with “We the people” before applying a side headlock. Cesaro whips him off, and Swagger goes for a running cross-body block, but Cesaro counters into a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker. Cesaro puts him in the corner and hits a pair of running European Uppercuts. Cesaro whips him to the opposite corner, and he hits another European Uppercut. Cesaro then hits a short-arm clothesline for a two count. Swagger punches back and gives him a hip toss over the top rope. Cesaro gets on the apron, and Swagger quickly knocks him back to the outside. Swagger sets up for a big clothesline at ringside, but Cesaro counters back with a European Uppercut. Cesaro then sends him into the barricade. Cesaro slaps and uppercuts him before booting him in the face. Cesaro puts him back in the ring and hits a double stomp for a two count. Cesaro goes back to the chin lock, but Swagger soon fights up and drives him into the corner. Cesaro knees him in the face, but he misses a clothesline. Swagger then chop blocks him in the knee.
Swagger hits Cesaro with a belly-to-belly side suplex for a two count. JBL says this is like watching Iran take on North Korea because you want both to lose. Swagger hits Cesaro with some crossfaces before under-hooking both arms. Cesaro fights up and head-butts out. Swagger quickly kicks and sends him into the ropes. Cesaro ducks a clothesline and springboards off the second rope with a spinning European Uppercut! Cesaro then hits a deadlift gutwrench suplex for a near fall. Cesaro slowly approaches him in the corner and hits some punches. Cesaro goes for a body slam, but Swagger gets out and shoves him to the corner. Swagger then hits a back body drop, and he follows up with a Swagger Bomb for a near fall. Swagger is showing signs of frustration. Swagger hits some straight right hands, and Cesaro comes back with some of his own. Swagger shoves him into the ropes, and Cesaro big boots him. Cesaro then ducks a clothesline, and he clotheslines Swagger over the top rope. Cesaro goes over with him, and both men are down.
We come back from the break to see Swagger attempting to superplex Cesaro, but Cesaro fights him off. Swagger tries for a quick belly-to-belly suplex off the top, but Cesaro forearms him in the face. Cesaro then stands on the top rope and hits a spinning European Uppercut for a near fall! Heyman shouts for Cesaro to stay on Swagger. Cesaro runs into a back elbow, and Swagger big boots him down for a two count. Swagger goes for a Swagger Bomb, but Cesaro gets a foot up. Swagger counters into a Patriot Lock, but Cesaro quickly twists out. Swagger then hits a waistlock slam for a near fall. Swagger yells in frustration. Heyman yells for Cesaro to shake it off. Cesaro uppercuts him and hits a double under-hook powerbomb.
The crowd begins to chant for the “Cesaro Swing,” and Cesaro signals for it. Cesaro takes him down and executes the Cesaro Swing with ten revolutions. Cesaro then hits the Neutralizer and picks up the pinfall.
Winner by Pinfall: Cesaro
Match Rating: **
Paul Heyman comes in the ring and raises Cesaro’s hand. As they celebrate, The Shield’s music hits, and they come to ringside through the crowd. Cesaro and Heyman quickly leave. Swagger is left lying in the ring. The Shield get in the ring and surround Swagger. Swagger gets to his feet, and he realizes what’s going on. Swagger then turns into a Superman Punch from Roman Reigns. They then give Swagger the Triple Powerbomb! Colter does not look happy at ringside.
Dean Ambrose grabs a microphone, and he tries to think of that line Triple H said on RAW. Ambrose then remembers it as “adapt or perish.” Seth Rollins says it looks like Swagger failed to adapt. Reigns says they’re just getting started, and you can believe that. The Shield then celebrates in the ring, and they air replays of their beat down of Swagger, who is supposed to be a participant in the 11-on-3 main event against The Shield.
They show footage of Daniel Bryan being taken out of the arena on a stretcher following a vicious assault from Kane, who is back in his demon attire, on this past Monday’s RAW. Michael Cole then gives an update on Bryan. Bryan apparently suffered a cervical cord neurapraxia contusion, commonly known as a “stinger.” Cole says Bryan has vowed to be on RAW this week. JBL also mentions that Stephanie McMahon wants to explain herself apologize for what happened.
Bray Wyatt will be out later tonight to give a message to John Cena and his flock.
A video package airs that puts a spotlight on the new WWE Divas Champion, Paige. The package then turns to Tamina Snuka winning a battle royal to become the number one contender to Paige’s title. Paige says she intimidates her, but she’ll still walk out of Extreme Rules as the WWE Divas Champion.
Natalya vs. Tamina Snuka
The bell rings, and Natalya quickly applies a waistlock and takes her down. Natalya applies a front face lock, but Tamina quickly powers her off. Natalya ducks a clothesline and kicks her before applying a death-lock. Tamina gets out of it and applies a front face lock of her own. Natalya gets out with a short-arm clothesline. Natalya hits a headlock takeover, but Tamina soon fights up and whips her off. Natalya shoulder blocks her down before hitting a dropkick. Tamina rolls out of the ring. Natalya grabs her by the hair, so Tamina rips her out of the ring hard. Tamina slaps her leather vest off Natalya’s back before putting her in the ring for a near fall. Tamina then knees her in the back a few times before applying a chin lock. Natalya fights up, but Tamina takes her down by the hair. Tamina drops some knees and covers for a near fall. Tamina gets her up before sending her into the ropes for a Samoan Drop. Tamina pulls her over to the corner by her hair, and she goes to the top rope. Natalya rolls out of the way, and Tamina gets off. Natalya then catches her with an inside cradle for a near fall.
Natalya kicks her a few times, but Tamina comes back with a knee to the midsection. Tamina sends her into the ropes, but Natalya comes back with a sunset flip into a Sharpshooter attempt, but Tamina kicks her away. Natalya then takes her down with a discus clothesline for a near fall. Tamina reverses a whip to the corner and catches her on her shoulder as Natalya attempts a slingshot. Natalya slides off her shoulder and goes for a roll up, but Tamina hangs on to the ropes. Natalya kips up, and Tamina superkicks her down for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Tamina Snuka
Match Rating: * 1/4
A video package plays that highlights the problem The Shield has had with The Authority. The Authority put The Shield in an 11-on-3 main event, and after The Shield was beaten down, Evolution reformed and picked the scraps. The Shield will face Evolution at Extreme Rules.
3MB is backstage. Heath Slater is getting Drew McIntyre and Jinder Mahal fired up about being “back in the main event.” Seth Rollins walks up to them, and they wonder where the rest of his team is. Dean Ambrose then comes up, and Slater still says it’s three-on-two. Slater says they’ll see them later, and he turns around to see Roman Reigns staring at him. Slater never takes his eyes off Reigns as Ambrose and Rollins destroy McIntyre and Mahal. Slater tries to talk his way out of it, but he’s attacked and taken out with a Superman Punch from Reigns. The Shield then walks off.
The Shield will be in an 11-on-3 main event later tonight, but those numbers may be much less by the time the match gets here.
Vickie Guerrero is in her office on the phone with Triple H. Vickie says she called The Shield into her office, but they haven’t arrived yet. Vickie then looks upset about something, and she says Brad Maddox is the General Manager of RAW. Vickie then forces a smile, and she says she will do what’s best for business and take the night off. Brad Maddox walks in, and he wonders if she got the phone call from Triple H. Maddox asks what she’s done to his office, and she reminds him that this is Smackdown. Maddox says Vickie doesn’t know how to handle a situation like this. Maddox says he’s going to demand that The Shield does something, and they’ll respond to real authority. Vickie walks off.
Jey Uso w/ Jimmy Uso vs. Curtis Axel w/ Ryback
The bell rings, and they immediately begin trading punches. Jey sends him into the ropes and clotheslines him down. Jey hits the ropes and comes down on Axel to apply a chin lock. Axel fights to his feet and backs him to the corner a few times to get out of the hold. Axel hits a quick back suplex, and Jey rolls to the apron. Axel stomps away at him before going over the top rope to drive an elbow into his chest. Axel gets back in the ring, and Jey punches back. Jey sends him into the ropes, but Axel kicks him down. Axel then delivers a big knee to the face. Axel chokes him on the ropes and talks a little trash. Axel hits a backbreaker and steps on him. Axel hits a falling head-butt for a two count. Axel stomps away at him in the corner and talks a little trash to the crowd. Jey then sidesteps an avalanche.
Jey hits a pair of clotheslines before kicking him in the midsection and giving him an uppercut. Jey kicks him in the back of the knee before giving him another uppercut. Jey goes to the turnbuckle, and Ryback tries to distract him. Jimmy Uso stops Ryback. Axel capitalizes by attacking the arm before slamming him down on the head. Axel then hits a twisting neckbreaker for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Curtis Axel
Match Rating: 3/4 *
The Wyatts are coming up next.
A vignette for Bo Dallas, who wants you to “Bo-Lieve,” plays.
Bray Wyatt address John Cena and the cage match at Extreme Rules
“Hershey… we’re here.”
The Wyatt Family makes their way to the ring. As they do, a replay airs from this past Monday’s RAW where the fans voted John Cena into a three-on-one match against The Wyatt Family. When we come back to the arena, The Wyatt Family is standing in the ring, and a steel cage surrounds it. Bray Wyatt shouts for the people of Hershey to start singing, and some in the crowd actually do. Wyatt then tells them to love. All power in this world is measured by how much love you have, according to Wyatt. Whether you love to bring joy or suffering, you cannot deny that love is a delectable experience. Wyatt laughs as he says it is a ravenous wildfire with beautiful flames. It is a divine wine that brings warmth to those who drink it in. It cannot be defined. You have to live it – you have to feel it. Wyatt tells John Cena to get them to love you, and they’ll do anything for you.
Wyatt says Cena already knows it. Wyatt asks Cena how it feels to know that he has lost the fans’ love and to know they would rather suffer than see you smile. Wyatt says he likes Cena’s style. Wyatt says this past Monday on RAW, Cena’s people were given a choice. The people could have given Cena a fair fight, but they didn’t. Instead, they threw him to the wolves like a piece of meat. Wyatt says he thinks they’ve reached the threshold, and it’s high time that Cena stopped underestimating him. Cena thinks of him as just a man and a mistake, but he isn’t. He is the nagging conscience of a world that has thrown itself away to mortal monsters. He is everywhere and everything. Wyatt says his words are not just words. His words are razor blades that cut deep, and they are working. Wyatt laughs as he walks around the ring.
Wyatt says at Extreme Rules, he and Cena have a date with destiny. Wyatt rubs the sides of the cage as he says that. Wyatt says they are like modern day gladiators fighting for the respect of their people. This cage defines Cena’s world and everything he stands for. All the blood, sweat, and tears Cena has put in fighting for them has landed him right here with him, like a snake trapped with a rat in a box. Wyatt reminds Cena that it was him that invited him here, and Cena hasn’t even removed his venom. Wyatt says Cena’s nightmares have become his dreams come true. In his dreams, he hears and feels them. In his dreams, he sees them, one by one, following him. Wyatt wildly climbs up the ropes while shouting that. Wyatt climbs to the top of the cage. Wyatt asks if Cena can see them and hear them singing. Wyatt then begins to sing, “He’s Got The Whole World In His Hands,” and almost the whole crowd joins in with him. Wyatt sings it again, and we cut to a commercial.
Luke Harper and Erick Rowan w/ Bray Wyatt vs. Cody Rhodes and Goldust
The cage no longer surrounds the ring for this match. The commentators talk about how Cody Rhodes angrily walked off on his brother, Goldust, following a loss on Monday Night RAW.
Luke Harper will start the match against Cody Rhodes. Rhodes applies a waistlock, but Harper gets out with a back elbow. Harper sends him to the corner, but he runs into a boot. Rhodes then hits a missile dropkick to the knee. Harper quickly fights back with a throat thrust before pulling his ear. Harper hits the ropes, and Rhodes catches him with a misdirection clothesline. Rhodes wrenches the arm, and Harper punches him. Erick Rowan is tagged in, and Harper whips Rhodes into him for a back body drop, but Rhodes lands on his feet and tags in Goldust. Goldust hits some right hands, but Rowan quickly knees him in the midsection. Goldust is sent into the ropes, but he ducks a clothesline and hits a bulldog. Goldust follows up with an elbow drop. Rhodes is tagged back in, and they punch Rowan in the midsection. Rhodes is sent into the ropes, and Rhodes slides through the legs to uppercut him.
Wyatt gets on the microphone, and he asks the crowd if they’re not impressed with what they see right now. Wyatt says these men are the future. Harper and Rowan take turns tagging in to beat on Rhodes. Harper hits Rhodes with a guillotine catapult before tagging Rowan back in. Rowan punches Rhodes in the ribs before grabbing him by the ear and whipping him into the ropes for a knee to the midsection. Rowan applies a neck vice, but Rhodes soon fights out. Rowan shoves him into the ropes and puts him on the top rope before tagging in Harper. Rowan and Harper punch away at him. Harper then executes the gator roll. As that happens, Wyatt whispers something to Rowan. Harper knocks Goldust off the apron, and he turns around to a punch from Rhodes. Rhodes goes to the corner, but Goldust isn’t there. Rhodes yells for him to get up. Harper goes for a back suplex, but Rhodes flips through and hits a Disaster Kick.
Goldust is tagged in, and he clotheslines Harper before punching Rowan. Goldust clotheslines Harper again before having a whip to the ropes reversed on him. Goldust counters back with an uppercut. Goldust then gives Harper an inverted atomic drop. Rowan runs in, and he receives an inverted atomic drop as well. Goldust then climbs to the top rope and hits a twisting cross-body block on the two of them. Goldust pulls the top rope down to get Rowan out of the ring, and he rolls through a pinfall attempt by Harper. Goldust then catches him with a powerslam, but Rowan breaks it up. Rhodes takes Rowan out with a springboard missile dropkick before clotheslining him out of the ring. Rhodes sets up for a moonsault off the top rope to the outside, but Harper whips Goldust into him, and Rhodes flies into the barricade. Goldust looks upset by what just happened. Goldust then turns around into a vicious clothesline from Harper. Harper picks up the win from there.
Winners by Pinfall: Luke Harper and Erick Rowan
Match Rating: * 1/2
Harper and Rowan rolls Goldust out of the ring. Bray Wyatt gets in the ring, and he gets on his knees and extends his arms. Harper and Rowan stand behind him, and he mouths, “Follow the buzzards.”
Brad Maddox is in his office talking to Triple H on the phone. The Shield then walk in, and they take the phone away from him. Maddox says this is not the way to deal with their frustrations. Beating up superstars is not going to prove a point. They’ll get their chance against Evolution. Roman Reigns wraps Maddox’s tie around his fist, and the throws him into the wall. Maddox falls behind a couch. Seth Rollins goes for more, but Dean Ambrose holds him back. Ambrose then dives behind the couch, and he punches away wildly at Maddox. After Ambrose finishes, The Shield leaves the office.
The Shield is still scheduled for an 11-on-3 handicap match, but that number may be much lower by the time the match gets here. We’ll also see footage of Kane’s assault on Daniel Bryan on Monday Night RAW.
Santino Marella and Emma vs. Fandango and Layla
Fandango was dancing on the stage with Layla when a look of horror came upon Layla’s face. She backed away, and Fandango turned around to see The Shield behind him. They triple-teamed him with punches and kicks before dragging him to the edge of the stage. The Shield then gave him a vicious Triple Powerbomb off the stage through a set of tables! The Shield joined their fists together and walked off.
Obviously this match is not going to happen now.
We’ll take a look at Kane’s vicious attack on Daniel Bryan from Monday Night RAW, next.
They show replays of the vicious Triple Powerbomb off the stage The Shield just gave Fandango.
A video package airs that shows Kane’s vicious assault on Daniel Bryan from Monday Night RAW. Kane gave Bryan three Tombstone Piledrivers at ringside. One was on the floor, one was on the steel steps, and the last was on the commentary table. Kane is back in his Big Red Machine attire.
Stephanie McMahon will publically apologize to Daniel Bryan on this coming Monday Night RAW. Rob Van Dam will also take on Bad News Barrett in the finals of the WWE Intercontinental Championship Number One Contender’s Tournament.
The Shield makes their way to the ring through the crowd. Michael Cole gives some breaking news that Curtis Axel was found “decimated” in the locker room.
As The Shield stands in the ring, replays are shown of them picking off the various superstars who were to be in this 11-on-3 handicap match.
The Shield vs. Ryback, Bad News Barrett, Titus O’Neil, Alberto Del Rio, and Damien Sandow
It’s now 5-on-3 after The Shield took out the majority of their opponents.
Charles Robinson, my favorite referee of all time, is the official of this match, complete with his thumb. Seth Rollins will start the match against Ryback. Ryback kicks him and hits a headlock takeover. Rollins gets to his feet and whips Ryback off, but Ryback runs him over with a shoulder block. Ryback hits the ropes, and Rollins dropkicks him down. Roman Reigns is tagged in, and he head-butts and punches Ryback. Dean Ambrose tags in, and he knees away at Ryback before he’s pushed away. Rollins tags in, and he punches away at Ryback. Rollins goes to the top rope for a cross-body, but Ryback catches him and body slams him down.
Titus O’Neil is tagged in, and he body slams Rollins, but he misses an elbow drop. Rollins chops the chest, and Ambrose tags in. Ambrose avalanches him in the corner and goes for a snapmare, but O’Neil holds the ropes. Ambrose strikes him some more before Reigns tags back in. Reigns hits a short-arm clothesline for a two count. Reigns applies a chin lock, but O’Neil fights up. Reigns backs him to his corner, and Ambrose tags in. Ambrose kicks and punches before O’Neil powers him to his corner, and Bad News Barrett tags in. Barrett kicks him before attempting a suplex. Ambrose blocks it and tags in Rollins. Ambrose and Rollins then hit Barrett with a double-team suplex. The Shield then fights off the rest of their opponents as the get in the ring.
We come back from the break to see Barrett hit Ambrose with a snapmare before applying a chin lock. Ambrose fights up and punches out. Ambrose attacks the other members on the corner, and he turns into a big boot from Barrett for a two count. Barrett chokes him on the ropes, and Alberto Del Rio tags in. Del Rio kicks him in the ribs before hitting a snapmare. Del Rio then hits a dropkick to the face for a two count. Del Rio looks toward the rest of The Shield before applying a chin lock. Ambrose fights up and knees out. Del Rio reverses a whip to the corner and hits a step-up enzuigiri for a near fall. Del Rio then throws Ambrose out of the ring. Ryback gets a cheap shot in before Del Rio puts him in the ring. Ryback tags in, and he kicks Ambrose in the ribs before hitting a body slam. Ryback follows up with a big splash for a two count. Ryback then applies a chin lock. Ryback holds it on for a bit before Ambrose begins to show some signs of life. Ryback tries to stop him, but Ambrose gets out by pulling him head first into the turnbuckle. Ryback comes right back with a spinebuster for a near fall. Rollins broke that up, and he quickly attacked the rest of the opponents. Ryback then throws Rollins out of the ring. Ryback then runs into a drop-toe-hold into the turnbuckle. Del Rio tries for a cheap shot, but Ambrose moves, and Del Rio flies through the ropes.
Reigns and Sandow tag in. Reigns hits a clothesline, and he attacks the other opponents. Reigns ducks a clothesline and hits a leaping clothesline of his own. Reigns hits O’Neil with a leaping clothesline before hitting Ryback with a Samoan Drop. Sandow then runs into a back suplex bomb for a near fall broken up by Ryback and O’Neil. Ambrose and Rollins attack Ryback and O’Neil until Reigns clotheslines them both over the top rope. Rollins and Ambrose continue the assault on them on the outside. Ambrose sends O’Neil into the steps and kicks away at him. Reigns dropkicks Sandow in the head from ringside, and he gets in the ring to set up for the Superman Punch. Barrett and Del Rio get on the apron, and the referee orders them out of the ring. They cowardly back away and leave the ringside area. Rollins hits Ryback with a flipping senton over the top rope. Ambrose and Rollins then hit Sandow and O’Neil with stereo suicide dives. As Del Rio and Barrett go up the ramp, Barrett runs away as Del Rio turns into a surprise Superman Punch!
Sandow gets to his feet in the ring as The Shield comes back to the ring. Sandow goes to his corner, but there is no one left. Rollins taunts him from ringside. Sandow turns into a dropkick from Ambrose, and Reigns follows up with a vicious Spear for the win!
Winners by Pinfall: The Shield
Match Rating: ** 1/4
Ambrose rolls O’Neil into the ring, and Reigns Spears him down for good measure. Ambrose and Rollins then throw Ryback into the ring, and Reigns Spears him down as well. They then give Ryback a Triple Powerbomb. The Shield stands tall in a ring with three bodies strewn about. They put their fists together as the show comes to an end.
Quick Match Results
Cesaro def. Jack Swagger
Tamina Snuka def. Natalya
Curtis Axel def. Jey Uso
Luke Harper and Erick Rowan def. Cody Rhodes and Goldust
The Shield def. Ryback, Bad News Barrett, Titus O’Neil, Alberto Del Rio, and Damien Sandow
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