Thanks to one of our readers for sending us these results from tonight's WWE live event in Augusta, GA:

Just got back from the Augusta, GA live show:

* Big Show def. Ascension in a 2-on-1 tag match. Big Show demanded to take both of them on at once. Ended it with a double chokeslam. Nice pop for Show, who was all smiles.

* The Hype Bros. (Zack Ryder & Mojo Rawley) v Bo Dallas and Adam Rose. Rose didn't do his Party Pooper gimmick, but he and Dallas hugged a lot and claimed to be best friends. Hype Ryder for the win.

* The Miz def. Fandango, then after the match yelled at a kid for not cheering for him. He demanded a second match to give the kid an opportunity to correct his mistake, offering to take on anyone in the back. Jack Swagger came out and squashed him. Miz demanded a third match, and out came Mark Henry, to which a terrified Miz suddenly announced it was actually a dance-off instead of a match proper. He river danced, Mark Henry pulled off some slick Michael Jackson bits, complete with hat and glove. Miz sneak attacked him during his dance, to which Henry turned around and squashed Miz.

* Goldust def. Stardust.

* Triple threat match for the tag titles: New Day retains v. Lucha Dragons and Dudley Boyz. New Day poops on our sports teams, then it's Xavier Woods and Big E Tables almost come out, but no. When the ref is distracted, Kofi sneaks a Trouble in Paradise on the Lucha Dragons and the New Day win - post-match celebration sees the Dudley Boyz pick off Big E and Kofi while Woods cheers for himself on the turnbuckle, only to get a 3D for his troubles.

* Charlotte def. Paige. Charlotte does a Flair Flop halfway through the match. Paige demanded security carry her back up the ramp and into the backstage area afterwards.

* R-Truth came out believing he had a match with Sheamus for the World Heavyweight Title, only to realize he instead had a match against Luke Harper. Harper wins.

* Sheamus next, who yells at Eden for not introducing him properly and promises to have her fired come Monday Raw. Huge pop for Roman, who takes a big beating early on in the match with several near-three counts that get the crowd on their feet and screaming at the ref. Everyone was into Reigns. Sheamus ends it with a chair to the head, retaining the title via disqualification.

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