Thanks to WrestlingINC.com reader John Canton of WhatCulture.com for sending in these results for last night's WWE live event in London, Ontario:
Here are the results with some notes from the WWE live event in London, Ontario on Saturday July 5th. The attendance looked to be about 4,000 or so. The top part of the arena was tarped off, but the rest of it was mostly full. The crowd was loud all night long.
The ring announcer for the night was Brandi Rhodes.
Prior to his match, The Miz did a promo about how he's a Hollywood star that should not be hit in the face. Somebody from the back came out to film the promo. Not sure why, but maybe because they will try a similar promo on TV.
3. Dolph Ziggler d. The Miz. They spent the whole match with Miz not getting hit in the face until the finish. It had an old school feel to it. Was funny too. Ziggler won with a Superkick.
5. The Usos d. Luke Harper/Erick Rowan. Very good tag match with The Usos getting the win. They've had a lot of matches together, so the chemistry is definitely there. Harper was great at interacting with the fans that were talking trash to him.
There was a 15 minute intermission. They were pushing merchandise items for Roman Reigns and Paige.
7. Cesaro d. Kofi Kingston. When it was time for the Cesaro Swing spot, he said no and did a DX-like chop instead. Cesaro won with the Neutralizer.
For the match, we voted by applause whether it would be a No Holds Barred or Street Fight match. There's really not much of a difference. Street Fight won.
8. Roman Reigns d. Bray Wyatt in a Street Fight. Reigns entered through the crowd. Wyatt sent Harper & Rowan to the back before the match. They had a brawl where they used weapons like the ring steps, kendo sticks, chairs and tables. Reigns was the first one that went through a table when Wyatt slammed him through it. Harper & Rowan came out, but the Usos made the save for their cousin Reigns by taking them out with dives over the top. Reigns made the big comeback with a Superman Punch followed by a Spear through a table in the corner of the ring. The match went about 20 minutes.
The show went three hours. Normally they are two and a half hours. The crew is in Toronto tomorrow, which is about a two hour drive.
1. Roman Reigns
2. Dolph Ziggler
1. The Miz
2. Wyatt Family