Main Event Results – July 1st, 2014


Dolph Ziggler made his entrance with a mic in hand and took exception to Heyman referring to him as a “perennial runner up.” Ziggler said some people might take exception because he won a Money in the Bank match and successfully cashed in to win the World Heavyweight Champion. He referred to himself as the hardest working man in sports entertainment and recalled winning the Intercontinental Title. Ziggler asked when Cesaro has achieved any of those things.

Ziggler told Heyman to tell the “walking James Bond villain” to man up. Big E came out and delivered a promo as he walked to the ring. He was in preacher mode as he spoke about being a former Intercontinental Champion. He said he strayed from the path of righteousness, but he will take the chance to get the title back.

Ryback and Curtis Axel’s music interrupted E (thankfully). The said they will both be in the battle royal and they won’t be stopped. Rob Van Dam made his entrance and said they all their accomplishments, then he stopped and said he doesn’t know what Ryback and Axel have accomplished “aside from copying my ring gear.”

A brawl broke out. Cesaro and Heyman walked away without getting involved. Ziggler, E, and RVD cleared Ryback and Axel from the ring. The Wyatt Family sounder played. Luke Harper told New Jersey they were coming, and Harper delivered the “run” line. The broadcast team said Rowan and Harper would be in action after the break…

Rob Van Dam, Big E, and Dolph Ziggler vs. Cesaro (w/Paul Heyman), Curtis Axel, and Ryback.
The broadcast team explained that the medical team ordered Cesaro to wear the eye patch for 24-48 hours. The babyface trio cleared the heels from the ring heading into the break.

Cesaro lost the eye patch and worked over RVD. The heel threesome isolated RVD for a few minutes. Ryback actually went to the top rope and RVD dodged his splash attempt. RVD then made the hot tag to Ziggler, which was a little awkward because he had to reach past E to tag Ziggler. Dolph hit the Fameasser on Cesaro for a two count at 10:10.

Ziggler went for the Zig Zag, but Cesaro dodged it. Ziggler hit a wicked DDT instead. The other team members fought. Van Dam went up top to dive on Rybaxel, but Cesaro shoved him off and it ultimately had the same effect. Ziggler hit the Zig Zag on Cesaro and pinned him clean…

Winner: Dolph Ziggler, Rob Van Dam, and Big E beat Cesaro, Ryback, and Curtis Axel in 11:05.

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RAW Results – June 30th, 2014


Fandango (with Layla) versus Dolph Ziggler
Ziggler with a drop kick and Fandango with a punch and Fandango sends Ziggler shoulder first into the ring post. Fandango punches Ziggler and kicks him in the head. Fandango with a version of the Sexy Party but Ziggler with punches. Fandango sends Ziggler into the air and then face first to the mat.

Layla gets on the apron and she kisses Fandango. Ziggler with an uppercut and boot to the head. Ziggler with a flying clothesline and he leaps into the corner and he punches Fandango and follows with a neck breaker. Ziggler with a leaping elbow drop and Summer comes to the ring and enters. Summer kisses Ziggler and Fandango does not know what to do. Ziggler kisses Summer and she likes it. Summer leaves the ring and Fandango falls victim to the Zig Zag for the three count.
Winner: Dolph Ziggler

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Money In The Bank Results


Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Seth Rollins vs. Dean Ambrose vs. Kofi Kingston vs. RVD vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Jack Swagger

Ambrose charges in and goes right after Rollins, fighting with him to the timekeeper’s area. In the ring, Kofi sends Swagger out to the floor, then hits a springboard forearm to RVD. Kofi goes for a ladder and Swagger pushes him away. Kofi climbs the ladder and leaps off with a double axe handle to RVD. Kofi kicks Swagger in the side of the head, then does the boom drop to Swagger, who’s laid out on a ladder. Kofi picks up a ladder and uses it to knock Swagger out to the floor.

Kofi sets up the ladder under the case. He begins climbing, but Ambrose is in. Ambrose tips the ladder over, and Kofi hits the top rope, then springboards off to the floor to take out Ziggler and Swagger. Rollins and Ambrose both try to go for the case, but Ambrose slams Rollins’ head into the ladder, then slams him to the mat.

Ambrose props up a ladder in the corner. Ambrose teases a suplex on the ladder, but he and Rollins trade position. Ambrose butterflies Rollins’ arms, then suplexes him back into the ladder in the corner. Ambrose sets up the ladder under the case again, but Swagger pulls him off. Ambrose tries to go up again, but Swagger pulls him down. RVD, Kofi and Ziggler fight to get up the ladder, Kofi and Ziggler makes it to the top, but Swagger pulls them down. Ambrose clotheslines Swagger over the top. Kofi and Ziggler clothesline Ambrose over the top. Kofi and Ziggler race up the ladder, then fight their way down. Rollins grabs another ladder and smashes it into Kofi and Ambrose. RVD dropkicks the ladder into Rollins’ face. RVD hits a couple of clotheslines and a big kick before monkey flipping Rollins out of the corner.

RVD sets up another ladder in the corner, whipping Rollins into it, then hitting a spinning back kick to Rollins. RVD lays the ladder across the bottom rope in the corner, then slams Rollins on top of it. RVD hits Rolling Thunder on Rollins on top of the ladder, and Rollins rolls the the outside. RVD hits a springboard dropkick that sends Ambrose to the outside. Van Dam kicks Ambrose, then Swagger. RVD heads to the top and hits Swagger with the five star frog splash.

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Smackdown Results – June 27th, 2014


Dolph Ziggler and Rob Van Dam vs. Cesaro and Alberto Del Rio
Del Rio takes out Rob with a shoulder, as he puts him in the corner with kicks. Del Rio is hit with a Monkey Flip, and a Wheel Kick into the corner. Dolph Ziggler is tagged, as he connects with an Elbow Drop. Cesaro tags, as he stands on Ziggler’s head. Cesaro tags Del Rio, as he connects with an Enziguri. Cesaro is hit with a Crossbody, and hit in the the corner. Ziggler connects with a Neckbreaker. Cesaro is hit with a Fameasser, but a kick out. Del Rio is tagged, as Ziggler connects with a Dropkick. Alberto connects with a Superkick.

Del Rio is rolled up with a Sunset Flip, but hits a Backbreaker to Ziggler. Cesaro is tagged, as he attacks Ziggler. Cesaro locks in a Headlock, but Ziggler reverses it into a Sleeper Hold. Ziggler fights off Del Rio and Cesaro. Van Dam is tagged, as he cleans house. RVD connects with Rolling Thunder to Del Rio, but a kick out. Del Rio misses with an Enziguri, as RVD hits a Moonsault. Ziggler goes for a DDT, but he hits a Swiss Death. RVD goes for a Frogsplash, but Del Rio reveres into a Cross Armbreaker.
Winners: Alberto Del Rio and Cesaro

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