WWE Live Event Results From Rotterdam (4/17): John Cena Vs. Ryback, Dolph Ziggler Defends

* Team Hell No defeated Dolph Ziggler and Big E Langston after a chokeslam/flying headbutt combination. After the match Bryan got on the mic, and said that since he did all the work, Kane should give him Kane's title belt since they had only one title belt with them in the ring. Kane refused, and they got into an argument. They hugged it out, but Bryan ended up running away with the belt anyway. The two matches combined lasted around ten minutes.

* The main event was John Cena vs. Ryback in a tables match for the WWE championship. Ryback got cheered quite loudly, but I think that was mostly because of the fact that the majority of the fans in attendance probably didn't watch Raw and Smackdown. His reaction was nowhere near Cena's however. In the beginning, the "Let's go Cena" chants were just a bit louder than the "Cena sucks," but as the match went on, they gained more and more dominance. There were still a lot of "Feed me more" chants, however, and Fandango's theme song also showed up again, as well a small "Goldberg" chant. The match itself was pretty underwhelming, it didn't even last ten minutes, and ended when Cena managed to slip off of Ryback's shoulders as Ryback was going for Shellshock. Cena then hit the AA through a table.

Overall, the show was lots of fun, but the main event disappointed. CM Punk was supposed to be in it, but he wasn't there, of course. The crowd was clearly in favor of the faces.

Loudest reactions:
1. John Cena (70% cheers)
2. Daniel Bryan (all cheers)
3. Kane (all cheers)
4. Dolph Ziggler (75 % boos)
5. Ryback (all cheers)

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