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First In-Ring Segment:
Main Event opens up with Triple H making his way to the ring. Triple H says there is a lot of controversy in the WWE right now. He says a lot of people are asking why. He says people ask why he would strip Daniel Bryan of the title, and then he explains that he is unable to compete at Money In The Bank. He then says they also stripped him of the title because of the WWE Universe. He says they deserve better than Daniel Bryan. He says we deserve a champion that can defend the championship. He says four people have qualified for the Money In The Bank ladder match already, and then says three more men have the opportunity to qualify as well. Triple H says that there is more controversy, and then shows footage of Seth Rollins betraying the Shield. Triple H then introduces Seth Rollins.
Seth Rollins makes his way to the ring and shakes Triple H’s hand. Triple H says everyone knows why he did it, but now he wants to know how it felt. Rollins says thats an interesting question. He says before he swung and hit Reigns, he had a sense of clarity. He says that the feeling he had was a sense of power he had never felt before. He says its nothing Reigns or Ambrose will feel, because they owe everything they had to me. He says they are nothing without him and that them and the WWE Universe are built for mediocrity. He says they will never accomplish their dreams or goals. He says he has the guts, and that Triple H understands that power. Seth then says his goal is to be the very the best, and that he adapted. He says this is the evolution of Seth Rollins. Rollins then says he made his opportunity, but first wants to thank Triple H for giving him that chance. Out comes Dolph Ziggler.
Dolph says that he wants to be the first to congratulate him on being a self centered traitor. He says that he walks to the ring every night and has a chip on his shoulder to prove that he is the very best. Dolph then says that he is going to wipe Seths smug smile off his face, without an ego maniacal boss holding his hand every step of the way. He then says to Seth that he should sharpen his knife for tonight, because he is going to need it.
First Match: Jimmy Uso w/Jey Uso vs. Luke Harper w/Erick Rowan
Harper and Uso lock up, with Harper gaining control first. Harper begins to beat down Jimmy in the corner, but Jimmy fights back with a super kick. Harper however catches Jimmy, and then begins to beat him down on the ropes. Jimmy however gets out and hits a cross body. Jimmy goes for a second but Harper moves out of the way. Harper then hits an uppercut, and then begins to choke Jimmy in the bottom rope. Harper hits a suplex and goes for the cover, but only gets a two count. Harper then puts Jimmy into a headlock.
Jimmy tries to fight out but Harper keeps him in control. Harper then throws Uso into the corner, but Jimmy goes up top and hits a corkscrew senton on Harper. Jimmy then runs at Harper, but then is taken down with a vicious boot.Jimmy then fights back and throws Harper to the outside. Harper however gets back in and goes for the clothesline, but Jimmy ducks it and hits a super kick. Jimmy then rolls up Harper for the three count!
Winner: Jimmy Uso
Second Match: Rusev w/Lana vs. Kofi Kingston
We come back from more Network commercials and out comes Kofi Kingston. Lana comes out and cuts another anti-American promo. A “USA” chant breaks out. Lana tells them to stop. She says they are all overweight and fat. She says she is what Russian women look like. She says American women aren’t desired by their husbands, they want her but they cannot have her. She says Russian men are strong. She shows Russian President Vladimir Putin on the big screen. Rusev is out next.
Kofi and Rusev lock up, with Kofi trying to use his quickness to create separation. Rusev however catches Kofi with a club from behind, and then begins the beat down, keeping Kofi grounded. Kofi however begins to fight back, hitting a cross body. Kofi makes the cover, but only gets a two count. Rusev then gets up and hits a fallaway slam. Rusev then throws Kofi to the outside of the ring, and begins to slam him into the barricade. Kofi is then thrown back into the ring, and Rusev follows Rusev then hits the super kick, and then puts Kofi in the Accolade. Kofi has no choice but to tap out.
Don’t forget Sheamus will take on Cesaro on Friday Night SmackDown.
Renee Young interviews Summer Rae. Young mentions Summer Rae background and being dumped by Fandango on Twitter. Young also brings up Fandango finding a new dance partner in Layla. They show the video of Summer Rae spilling Milk on Layla on Raw. Young ask Summer Rae what’s her thoughts on Layla. Summer Rae talks about how she didn’t care that Layla had Summer Rae’s left overs, but she continue to rub it in her face and she no choice to get retribution on her and then Layla attacked her from behind. Layla spill a whole box of cat liter on Summer Rae then she also spilled a whole gallon of Milk on Summer Rae. Layla then rubs Summer Rae face all across the cat liter on the floor.
Third Match: Dolph Ziggler vs. Seth Rollins
Seth and Dolph lock up, with Dolph gaining control first. Seth rolls to the outside, and tries to take a breather. Seth gets in the ring again, and both men lock up. Rollins takes the advantage, and puts Dolph in a headlock. Ziggler fights out, but is taken down with a shoulder block. Ziggler however gets up and hits a hip toss, and then puts in a headlock of his own. Ziggler then hits a shoulder block, and then follows it with a dropkick. Ziggler goes for it again, but gets caught. Rollins tosses Ziggler into the corner, and Ziggler falls to the outside. Rollins is in control as we head to commercial.
We return with Rollins in control over Ziggler. Ziggler tries to fight back, but Rollins keeps him down. Rollins hits three suplexes in row, and then makes the cover for a two count. Rollins then begins to beat Ziggler down in between the ropes. Ziggler gets up and tries to rally behind the crowd, but Rollins takes him down again. Rollins then whips Ziggler into the corner, taking him down. Seth begins to toy with Dolph, and then gets caught into the sleeper hold. Seth gets out, and then Ziggler hits the cross body. Dolph then hits a back body drop, and then begins to hit a flurry of elbows. Dolph makes the cover but only gets a two count. Dolph goes for a neckbreaker, but Rollins gets out and hits a modified neckbreaker of his own. Rollins makes the cover but only gets a two count. Rollins goes up top and Ziggler tries to stop him, but Rollins pushes him down. Rollins then jumps at Ziggler but Ziggler catches him with a dropkick in mid air! Ziggler makes the cover but only gets a two count.
Ziggler goes for the DDT, but Rollins pushes him off. Ziggler then takes a kick to the head from the apron, but then dodges the flying knee. Ziggler then hits the Fameasser, but Rollins kicks out again!Ziggler goes for the Zig Zag, but Rollins holds onto the ropes. Ziggler is then caught and hit with a powerbomb in the corner, and then hits the Peace of Mind for the three count.
Winner: Seth Rollins
Josh’s Grade for WWE Main Event: 10/10
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