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WWE Main Event Results From February 5, 2014

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WWE Main Event
February 5, 2014
Wells Fargo Arena
Des Moines, Iowa

1.) The Miz defeated Fandango w/Summer Rae with the Figure Four Leg Lock

Fandango got in some early offense, but Miz quickly responded in kind. Fandango rolled out of the ring and Miz connected with a dive. Miz and Emma did Emma’s dance together. Fadango went from behind to attack The Miz and drag him back in the ring. Then Fandango gain control of the match as Main Event went to commercial break.

Coming back from the commercial break with Fandango sitll being in control of the match, Miz managed to find some space and began making his comeback. Miz managed to catch Fandango in the figure-four leglock, and Fandango was forced to tap.

JPOV: Good solid back and forth match I was actually surprise with the amount of time these guys got in this match. Nice to see Emma on commentary we got to know her background a little bit ┬áduring the match. I like the fact that WWE is trying to show some spotlight to the top stars from NXT, but unless you get to know Emma story and you watch WWE NXT weekly this gimmick can’t get over with the national audience. I think Emma showing up now to promote the debut of NXT being live from Full Sail University on the WWE Network.

There was a announcement that next monday on RAW, WWE World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton will take on John Cena in the main event of the show.

2.) Alberto Del Rio defeated Zack Ryder

As the match started Zack Ryder took control of the match and was already putting Del Rio in the position for the Broski Boot, but Del Rio duck out just man handled Ryder throughout the rest of the match. Alberto Del Rio pick up the victory over Ryder with the vicious kick to the head of Ryder.

JPOV: Typical match between Alberto Del Rio and Zack Ryder, this time Del Rio didn’t beat him with the cross armbreaker. He kicked him in the head to pickup the victory.

There was a highlight package shown from the main event of RAW with the match between Randy Orton and Daniel Bryan.

3.) Big E Langston defeated Curtis Axel

It was Big E’s college homecoming sporting the Iowa Hawkeye gear which received a massive amount of approval from the audience in Des Moines. As the match started, Big E was manhandling Axel early on during the match. Axel started landing some rights hand to Langston as he started gain control in the match as Main Event head into commercial break.

Back from commercial break Axel was still in control of the match. Big E starts building his comeback and started chagring towards Axel, but Axel hit a sweet dropkick to put a hold on Langston momentum. Axel goes for the pinfall and Langston kicks out at two. Axel continues to ground Langston, he goes on top rope and jumps into a big right hand from Langston. Big E Langston starts to take control of the match.

Langston does the big splash and was setting up for the Big Ending, but Axel countered and hit the Perfect Plex and Langston kicked out at 2. Axel try to hit Langston with the side front face DDT, but Langston countered and hit the “Big Ending” to pick up the victory over the former Intercontinental Champion

JPOV: Nice match between Axel and Langston who also had about 15-20 minutes for this match. Axel even tho he is anti-charimastic he puts on good matches kind of reminds of his grandfather Larry “The Ax” Henning. Another great outing for Big E who seems to get better with every match he is in.

Review: Besides the Alberto Del Rio and Zack Ryder match I thought this show was good. I like the chemistry Tom Philips and Alex Riley have on commentary and we got two great matches with The Miz vs. Fandango and the main event of Curtis Axel vs. Big E Langston.

I would give this show an 8/10.

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