WWE Live Event Results From Abbotsford (8/9): Dolph Ziggler Scores Huge Upset, Crazy Rollins Fan

WWE Live Event Results From Abbotsford (8/9): Dolph Ziggler Scores Huge Upset, Crazy Rollins Fan Photo: Sergio M
Thanks to Liam Wynne for the following WWE live event results from Saturday night's show in Abbotsford, British Columbia:

* We get to vote on tonight's six-man match being a dance off or a match.

* Damien Sandow comes out as a Canadian in the summer and rips on Canada. Big Show squashes him in an easy win. Sandow complains and out comes Adam Rose, to deliver Sandow's second loss. Sandow says he's never coming back to Canada.

* Sin Cara, Tyson Kidd and El Torito defeated Hornswoggle, Heath Slater and Titus O'Neil.

* Rusev defeated Big E with The Accolade. Lana did a promo and Big E came out with the Canadian flag. The match barely lasted 5 minutes.

* Stardust and Goldust defeated Ryback and Curtis Axel in a very good tag team match. Ryback actually got some pops but Stardust is definitely over.

* AJ Lee defeated Paige and Natalya in a Triple Threat to retain the Divas Title. There were several spots involving all three Divas and they used their submissions. AJ made Paige tap out for the win.

* Dean Ambrose defeated Seth Rollins by DQ when Rollins used his briefcase. This was all over the place and proves that their SummerSlam match will be a great one. Ambrose used the briefcase on Rollins and got the best of him after the DQ. It appeared that a fan tried to hop the railing before the match and get to Rollins but security intervened.

* Dolph Ziggler defeated Randy Orton in an awesome main event, surprising a lot of people I think. Ziggler blocked a punt kick and hit Zig-Zag for the win. This was a really good main event with Ziggler doing more than his share.

Biggest pops: Big Show, Dolph Ziggler, Dean Ambrose, AJ Lee, Natalya

Biggest heat: Rusev, Damien Sandow, Randy Orton, Curtis Axel, Seth Rollins

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