WWE Live Event Results From Toronto (12/30): John Cena Headlines, Ambrose Vs. Owens, Mojo Rawley

Thanks to Wrestling Inc. reader Patrick for sending in these results from last night's WWE live event in Toronto:

Greg Hamilton was on ring announcing duties.

1) Neville def. The Miz with the Red Arrow. Somewhat short but a decent match to start the night. Neville got a nice little pop when he won.

2) The Hype Bros. and Titus O'Neil def. Stardust and The Ascension in a decent match, although the crowd seemed pretty stale throughout the match.

3) Big Show def. Mark Henry in a very slow match that resulted in a boring chant halfway through. Big Show's entrance seemed longer than the match itself.

4) Dean Ambrose def. Kevin Owens with dirty deeds in a pretty good IC title match. Ambrose got one of the biggest pops of the night. Match started with Kevin Owens cutting a promo on Greg Hamilton not knowing where Owens was from.

* Intermission *

5) Charlotte def. Becky Lynch in a Divas title match. There were some good spots but it didn't seem like the crowd was really into it.

6) The Usos and Goldust def. Luke Harper, Erick Rowan, and Braun Strowman in another 6 man tag team match. Goldust got a surprising pop, including a "you still have it" chant. Luke Harper received many "take a shower" chants every time he was tagged in.

7) John Cena def. Alberto Del Rio by DQ in a US title match. Cena got the biggest pop of the night several times throughout the match. The first half of the match was in Del Rio's favour before Cena came back. Del Rio was hanging onto the rope while Cena was trying to deliver an AA, which resulted in the ref being knocked out. Del Rio went outside the ring to grab a chair and hit Cena in the back before another ref ran down to the ring. He got rid of the chair before the ref could see it. Within another couple minutes, Del Rio hit Cena with a low blow for the DQ. After the match, Cena hit Del Rio with an AA to send the crowd home happy.

Rhythm Somaiya contributed to this article.

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