WWE Main Event Results – 1/12/2017

Posted by Marc Middleton January 13, 2017 0 Comment 430 views

We are in New Orleans, Louisiana and your announcers are Tom Philips, Byron Saxton, and Austin Aries.

Match Number One: Brian Kendrick versus Mustafa Ali

They lock up and Kendrick wit a cravate. Ali escapes and he starts to work on the arm with a wrist lock. Kendrick with a full nelson but Ali counters into a waist lock. Kendrick gets to the ropes and Ali flips out of the hold. Ali tries to use the ropes to avoid being sent to the floor but he lands on his head.

Ali with a head scissors take down and an enzuigiri for a near fall. Kendrick punches Ali after the referee has Ali back off Kendrick when Brian was in the ropes. Kendrick with forearms to the back of the head. Kendrick with an elbow to the chest and then he tries for a Dragon Sleeper. Ali fights it off. Kendrick with a straitjacket stretch into a cross face. Ali with elbows and Kendrick with a forearm to the head. Kendrick with elbows in the corner.

Ali floats over and he hits a tornado DDT. The referee checks on both men. Ali is the first to his feet and he hits a series of back elbows. Kendrick with an elbow that sends Ali into the corner. Kendrick misses a splash into the corner and Ali with an enzuigiri from the apron and then he rolls back into the ring and hits a neck breaker for a near fall.

Ali goes up top but Kendrick goes to the floor. Ali with a baseball slide and he sends Kendrick back into the ring. Kendrick with a leg lariat and then he applies the Captain’s Hook and Ali taps out.

Winner: Brian Kendrick

We are back with a look at the Braun Strowman versus Seth Rollins match from Raw.

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Match Number Two: Sin Cara and Darren Young (with Bob Backlund) versus Epico and Primo

Cara and Epico start things off and Cara with a side head lock and shoulder tackle. Cara blocks a monkey flip and he sends Epico to the mat. Cara with a rollup for a near fall. Cara goes for a belly-to-back suplex but Epico lands on his feet and he gets a near fall. Cara with a rollup for a near fall.

Cara with an arm bar and he tags in Young who comes off the turnbuckles with a double sledge to the arm. Young with a slam and a seated splash for a near fall. Cara tags in and he comes off the turnbuckles with an elbow to the arm. Epico with a back heel kick and forearm. Primo tags in and Cara hits a springboard cross body but Epico and Primo catch him. Cara takes care of Epico and Primo and then Young tags in and Cara gives his partner a gourdbuster to Primo. Young with a rolling elbow and Primo goes to the floor.
Backlund sends Primo back into the ring and Young gets a near fall. Young with an Irish whip to Primo, but Epico pulls Primo out of the way and Young goes shoulder first into the ring post as we go to commercial.

We are back and Young with a forearm to get out of the arm bar. Young goes for a sunset flip but Epico is tagged in and they hit a double drop kick and Epico gets a near fall. Epico catapults Young into the bottom rope. Epico gets a near fall. Epico with a top wrist lock. Young with an arm drag but he cannot make the tag because Epico catches Young on a dive to the corner. Epico gets a near fall.
Epico with a chop and kick. Epico sends Young into the turnbuckles and chops him. Epico with punches and kick. Primo tags in and Epico Irish whips Young into a drop kick from Primo. Primo kicks Young in the corner and then gives Young an Irish whip. Primo goes for a running drop kick and Primo misses and gets caught in the turnbuckles. Cara and Epico tags in and Cara with a diving head butt and a springboard back elbow followed by a modified Olympic Slam. Cara with a head scissors to Primo and then he avoids a charge from Epico. Cara with a quebrada for a near fall. Primo sends Young to the floor.

Cara is dropped on the top rope as Primo is sent to the floor. Epico with a rollup for the three count.

Winners: Epico and Primo

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Source: PWInsider