It’s Riley’s Main Event: WWE Main Event Review for 10/16/13

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It’s Riley’s Main Event

With Riley Ross

Welcome back to Riley’s Main Event where I break down each segment and match on Main Event. At the close of the review I will pick the standout moment, Superstar or Diva of the show and give a brief explanation of my choices.  On tonight’s show we have Alex Riley and Josh Matthews on commentary. We are live from Kansas City, Missouri. Tonight we get to see Dean Ambrose defend his United States Championship against Dolph Ziggler.

Dean Ambrose vs. Dolph Ziggler—the match starts off with Zigglypuff dropkicking Ambrose. Ziggler goes for a pin but Ambrose kicks out. Dear Mr. Showoff, please touch up your roots. If you cannot maintain the hair color then maybe you should stop bleaching your hair. Ziggler rolls up Ambrose as if that is going to work. Ambrose kicks out again and rolls out of the ring. Ziggler goes to the outside and gets back in the ring with Ambrose. Dean kicks him in the head and puts him in a side headlock. Ziggler fights out and takes Ambrose down with a shoulder block. He follows-up with a neckbreaker, he goes for the pin but Ambrose kicks out again. He does an elbow drop before going into another pin attempt. Once again Ambrose kicks out. Ambrose mounts a comeback and smashes Ziggler’s face into a turnbuckle. He punches away at Zigglypoo. Ambrose takes him down with an elbow and he goes for a pin but Ziggler kicks out. Ambrose puts him in a side headlock and Ziggler fights out. Ziggler clotheslines Ambrose, he goes for his clothesline but Ambrose counters. Both men go crashing to the floor outside the ring. Back from commercial and both men are in the ring. Ambrose takes Ziggler down with a knee. He goes for the pin and Creampuff kicks out. Ambrose goes to the second rope and delivers a stomp to the blah as hell Showoff. Ziggler fights to his feet and Ambrose takes him down with a clothesline. Ambrose goes for the pin but Ken Doll kicks out. Ambrose starts taking him apart systematically.  This is why Ambrose is the fucking man. Ziggler takes him down and starts punching away at Ambrose. Ambrose sends him flying thru the ropes. Ziggler goes to the top rope and delivers a missile dropkick. He goes for the pin but Ambrose kicks out. Ziggler launches himself at Ambrose in the corner. Ambrose tries to counter but Ziggler rolls him up but Dean kicks out. Ziggler goes for another pin but Ambrose kicks out. He goes for the FameAsser but Ambrose counters. Shit, Ziggler nails him with the FameAsser. He goes for the pin but Ambrose kicks out. He goes for the Zig Zag but Ambrose rolls out of the ring. Ziggler follows him like a desperate chick. Ambrose throws his ass in the ring and goes to the top rope. Ziggler follows him and face plants him. He goes for the pin but Ambrose kicks out. Ziggler jumps on his back and goes for the sleeper hold. Dean slams him into the corner. Ziggler rolls him up but Ambrose kicks out. Ziggler goes for the top rope but Ambrose pulls him down. Ambrose plants him into the mat. Winner: Dean Ambrose

A video package for John Cena is shown. As if we had a chance to forget about him and his five moves of doom. They are also hyping his return at the next PPV.

Santino Marella/Tons of Funk vs. 3MB—Brodus Clay and Heath Slater start it off. Clay puts the idiot into a corner and Slater does get in a few punches. However, Clay puts him in his corner and tags in Marella. Marella gets in a few punches before tagging in Tensai. Tensai sends him flying into 3MB’s corner. Slater tags in Mahal. Mahal gets backed into the corner by Tensai. Sweet T flips him and he follows up with his delayed standing suplex. He goes for the pin but Mahal kicks out. Tensai tags in Brodus Clay who drops down on Mahal. He goes for the pin but Mahal kicks out. Here comes Drew McIntyre aka The Forgotten One. He takes down Clay and goes for the pin but the big man kicks out. Slater and McIntyre double suplex Clay. Slater goes for the pin but Clay kicks out. Here comes Mahal to attack Clay. He goes for the pin but Clay kicks out. Mahal does a quick tag to McIntyre. He slaps away at the big boy. Clay punches him and McIntyre tags in Mahal. Mahal hits Tensai who was eager for the tag. Brodus Clay tags in Marella who tries to break out the Cobra. All hell breaks loose as the six men fight. Marella takes down Mahal and when the Cobra makes an appearance, McIntyre and Slater attack him. They get flattened by Tensai and Clay. Marella strikes Mahal. Winner: Santino and Tons of Funk.

A recap of the Shield losing their tag titles is shown. As for the people saying the Shield sucks please just shut the fuck up. I don’t have the time to deal with your stupidity or lameness. The only way Goldust and Cody Rhodes got the titles is because of Big Show.

R-Truth vs. Damien Sandow—the match starts off with a lockup and Truth getting taken down by Sandow. Sandow puts him in the corner and is delivering vicious kicks and punishing kicks. He goes for a suplex but Truth blocks him. Truth goes for his scissors kick but misses. Sandow takes him down and goes for a pin but Truth kicks out. Truth goes for a pin but Sandow kicks out. Sandow throws Truth out of the ring. He goes out after him and slams his face into the apron a couple of times. He throws him backwards into the barrier before throwing him in the ring. Both men are in the ring and Sandow does his Side Russian Leg Sweep, he then delivers the Elbow of Distain. He goes for the pin but Truth kicks out. He puts his opponent into a side headlock and Truth powers to his feet. He finally gets in some offense as he kicks Sandow. He takes him down with a clothesline and then suplexes Sandow. He goes for the pin but Sandow kicks out. Truth connects with his scissor kick and goes for the pin but Sandow kicks out. Sandow does a low kick with a full nelson slam and goes for the pin. Winner: Damien Sandow

A recap of the CM Punk and Curtis Axel match is shown from Monday. Hopefully this feud between CM Punk and Paul Heyman will end soon.

Fandango vs. Khali—Khali is accompanied to the ring by Natalya and Hornswoggle. Fandango sidesteps Khali. He goes for a kick but Khali catches his leg and shoves him backwards. Khali starts chopping away at the bad dancer. Summer Rae gets on the apron to distract Khali but Natalya yanks her off of the apron. Fandango takes down Khali while he is distracted. Fandungus starts working the left leg of Khali. Khali starts clobbering away at Fandango. Captain Fringed Pants goes to strike at Khali but the giant throws an elbow. Khali clotheslines him down and Fandango comes back with a low dropkick. Fandango goes to the top rope and flies down, Khali punches him down. Winner: Khali

Moment of the Night: Natalya deserves this for finally doing something about Summer Rae. Hopefully they will have a match soon so Natalya can kick her ass.

Superstar of the Night: This honor goes to Dean Ambrose for showing why he is one of the top wrestlers in the WWE.

In closing, I thought the show was decent despite the moronic twit Miz on commentary. The best match was between Dean Ambrose and Dolph Ziggler. I still have no idea as to why Khali is still around in the WWE. Overall the show was okay. Maybe it was just me but there seemed to be more matches and less recaps which is awesome.  Have a good night and a better tomorrow.

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