WWE Live Event Results From Ft. Worth (5/12): Ambrose In Singles Action, NXT Stars, Cena, Ryback

WWE Live Event Results From Ft. Worth (5/12): Ambrose In Singles Action, NXT Stars, Cena, Ryback Photo: Cody Reid
Thanks to WrestlingINC.com reader Miguel Coxca for sending in these results from yesterday's RAW live event in Ft. Worth, Texas:

First match was a six man tag team match with Sin Cara, Bo Dallas and Adrian Neville defeating The Prime Time Players and Michael McGillicutty.

After the match, Vickie Guerrero came out and told the fans that the she had a special guest just for us, which ended up just being her. That got her a lot of heat. She then made the next match for the Divas Championship.

WWE Divas Champion Kaitlyn defeated Tamina (with Vickie). Tamina had control for 2 - 3 minutes until Kaitlyn speared her out of nowhere to get the win. It was the most boring match of the night, but it was less than five minutes.

Fandango defeated Chris Jericho in a great back and forth match. Fandango picked up the win after his dancer got in the ring and distracted the referee. After the match was over Fandango asked for the mic and said his name again. When he turned around, Chris Jericho hit him with a codebreaker and the crowd went nuts.

Dean Ambrose vs. R-Truth was next. Truth dominated more of the match, beat Ambrose picked up the win after The Shield got in the ring and attacked R-Truth. Kane and Daniel Bryan came out to save Truth. Justin Roberts then announced that the next match was going to be Kane and Daniel Bryan vs. Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns for the WWE tag team championship.

Team Hell No defeated Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns. This was a serious match, no comedy. The Shield controlled Bryan until he made the hot tag to Kane. Kane cleaned house and hit Rollins with a chokeslam to win the match. After the match, Bryan grabbed both of the belts and was yelling that he was the tag team champions, which made Kane grab the belt and yell that he was the champion. Kane then grabbed the mic and said that the only way to solve this was with a group hug. At first, Bryan didn't want to but at the end they hugged it out in a pretty funny moment.

U.S. Champion Kofi Kingston defeated Antonio Cesaro in a no disqualification match. The fans voted for the stip, which was either no DQ or 2 out of 3 falls. This was the best match of the night. Cesaro was in control for most of the match with a kendo stick chairs. Kofi gained control and brought out a table and set it up on one of the corners. Both men tried to break the table, but weren't successful. Cesaro took Kofi to one of the corners and then set up a table in the middle of the ring. When he went to supplex Kofi into it, Kofi reversed with the Trouble in Paradise. Kofi then splashed Cesaro through the table and pinned Cesaro.

Mark Henry cut a promo saying that he was going to feed John Cena and Sheamus to Ryback.

Bray Wyatt cut a promo asking if we knew who he was and saying that he is from the best place in the world, Louisiana, which got him a lot of heat. Wyatt then defeated Zack Ryder in less than 5 minutes.

The main event was next with Ryback and Mark Henry vs. Sheamus and John Cena. Before the match, Ryback cut a promo saying that the WWE Universe never chanted his name and only chanted "feed me more," and he was tired of giving more. The match itself was pretty good. Ryback and Henry were in control for most of the match until Cena got in. Cena tried to give Henry the AA, but failed, which put Henry and Ryback back in control. Cena eventually made the hot tag to Sheamus. Sheamus hit Ryback with a Brogue kick and Cena gave Ryback the AA, but Ryback wasn't the legal man. Cena then gave Henry the AA to win the match. After the match, Sheamus and Cena slapped hands with the fans and took some pictures and signed autographs.

Miguel Coxca contributed to this article. Follow Raj Giri on Twitter at @RajGiri_303. Got a news tip or correction? Send it to us by clicking here.

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