WWE Live Event Results From MSG In New York (3/18) - Triple H In Action, Del Rio & More

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WWE Live Event Results From MSG In New York (3/18) - Triple H In Action, Del Rio & More
Thanks to WrestlingINC.com readers Junkyarddogg and Paul L. for sending in these results from tonight's WWE live event at Madison Square Garden in New York City:

* Zack Ryder came out to a HUGE pop and pinned The Miz.

* WWE United States Champion Santino Marella defeated Jack Swagger.

* R-Truth and Kofi Kingston defeated WWE Tag Team Champions Epico and Primo after Kingston pinned Primo. However, the title change didn't stand as John Laurinaitis came down and ordered the match to restart because Primo's foot was on the ropes. Epico and Primo went on to defeat Kingston and Truth.

* Alberto Del Rio defeated Mason Ryan with an armbar in a really short match.

* Triple H, Randy Orton and WWE Champion CM Punk defeated Dolph Ziggler, Cody Rhodes and Chris Jericho. Jericho got a decent pop and Orton got a big pop, but Triple H and Punk got the best reactions. Triple H hit Ziggler with a tombstone to win the match for his team.

Intermission.

* WWE Divas champion Beth Phoenix & Natalya defeated Kelly Kelly and Tamina Snuka. Eve tripped Kelly, and Phoenix went on to nail Kelly with the Glam Slam for the victory.

* World heavyweight champion Daniel Bryan defeated The Big Show and Mark Henry. Show had chokeslammed Henry, and Bryan chop blocked Show and covered Henry for the win.

* John Cena defeated Kane in a "Last Man Standing" match after hitting an AA through a table. Cena got his usual mixed reaction from the New York crowd.

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