WWE Live Event Results From Milwaukee (3/10): Del Rio Defends, Orton Vs. Henry, Fandango Wins

WWE Live Event Results From Milwaukee (3/10): Del Rio Defends, Orton Vs. Henry, Fandango Wins
Thanks to WrestlingINC.com reader Mark Freund (@markjfreund) for sending in these results from tonight's Smackdown live event at the BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee, WI:

A Paul Bearer tribute video played before the start of the show.

R-Truth and The Great Khali defeated Primo and Epico. A few decent sequences, but otherwise a fairly standard match. Truth rapped for the fans and cut a promo before the match. Khali got the pin on Primo.

Layla defeated Alicia Fox after the cross body off the middle rope.

Fandango defeated Ted DiBiase. A lot of dancing from Fandango. DiBiase did the Gangnam Style...

Jack Swagger and Zeb Colter came out and cut a promo on "Jack Swagger's America" and Wrestlemania. Then Swagger defeated Justin Gabriel with the Patriot Act. Pretty good match. Gabriel is really good.

Randy Orton defeated Mark Henry via DQ after Henry hit Orton with a chair. Orton dropped Henry with an RKO after the match.

Wade Barrett came out and cut a promo. Then he defeated Bo Dallas to retain the Intercontinental Championship. Barrett won with the Bull Hammer.

Damien Sandow and Cody Rhodes came out and announced that Team Rhodes Scholars are back together. Team Hell No defeated Team Rhodes Scholars to retain the Tag Team Titles. Bryan and Kane had their normal post-match antics afterward, eventually hugging it out.

Alberto Del Rio defeated Big Show in a Last Man Standing Match to retain the World Heavyweight Championship. Del Rio won when he hit a hurricanrana that sent Show through a table suspended on the turnbuckle.

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