WWE Main Event results, live blog for April 29, 2014: Bray Wyatt vs. Sheamus

WWE Main Event comes waltzing back into our lives tonight (Tues., April 29, 2014) from the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri, and we'll have complete results and a live blog for the show right when it kicks off at 8 p.m. ET on the WWE Network.

Tonight's show will feature Bray Wyatt vs. Sheamus in a singles match.

Be sure to come back here at 8 p.m. ET for the Main Event live blog.



Geno here.

Broadcast is live.

I'm a little too getting in.

Goldust apparently just won a match against Alberto Del Rio. That led to an interview with Renee Young where she wondered about the future of the team. Goldust said the brotherhood stands together and Cody agreed.

There was a moment where Rhodes acted a little insecure, but composed himself fairly quickly and they closed the segment.


Paige vs. Alicia Fox

Paige was her vicious self early but Fox made a comeback and threw her around for a bit. That scream Paige does is really something.

There was a cool spot where Paige had Fox bent over the ropes and she was just kneeing her into oblivion.

The finish was really strange. Paige picked Fox up like she was going to hit a fisherman's suplex but instead she drove Fox into the mat like a DDT. It looked brutal and the crowd reacted accordingly.

That's no cover girl, Cagesiders. Just covering girls.

Paige def. Fox via pinfall

Paige celebrated up the ramp and when she got to the top, Tamina came out and stared her down. Nothing happened, but Tamina looked like the devil and smiled while Paige looked uncomfortable.


Replay of the opening segment from Raw last night.

Sheamus did an interview with Renee Young. He talked about growing up and Halloween and being scared. He wanted Bray Wyatt and his crew to "drop the masks because it's time to fight, fella".


Kofi Kingston is here! Hey, he still exists!

Oh, he's still a jobber.

Kofi Kingston vs. Bad News Barrett

"Ladies and gentlemen, I'm afraid I've got some bad news. You see, this Sunday I will be taking on a cardboard cutout champion known as Big E, a man so bland, so boring, so dimwitted, that he will go down in history as owning as much  personality as a piece of dried toast. But mark my words: once I knock Big E on his big backside, he won't look so big anymore."


Really sloppy match early on. Kingston had a roll up that they weren't on the same page for, then executed a drop kick that he couldn't full extend on and only got up to Barrett's knees.

The finish was Kofi coming off the steps on the outside and running into the Bullhammer elbow. Barrett rolled him back into the ring and pinned him clean.

Not good.


They replayed the past couple weeks of issues between Daniel Bryan and Kane.


"Kansas City ... we're here."

Biggest pop so far for that.

They did a commercial before coming back to Bray Wyatt in the ring singing. Some of the crowd was singing along with him, but pro wrestling crowds ain't what they used to be.

Sheamus interrupted the song, so it's time for the main event.

Bray Wyatt vs. Sheamus

Some guy held up a "Wyatt's gonna kill you" sign. The crowd also chanted for him.

The match was slow, as all Bray matches seem to be. Methodical. Sheamus got all his stuff in, including the forearms through the ropes and the shoulder block off the top. Wyatt survived all of it.

Actually, the story here was that Sheamus was throwing his best stuff at Bray and he just couldn't put him away. The crowd was hot for the false finishes. Sheamus mocked him while setting up for the Brogue Kick. Erick Rowan attempted to interfere to no avail.

Sheamus got too caught up in the goons on the outside, trying a Brogue Kick on Luke Harper and missing, leaving himself tied up on the ropes. That gave Wyatt the chance to set up to hit Sister Abigail for the pin.

Bray Wyatt def. Sheamus

Post-match, The Wyatt Family was going to beat Sheamus down but The Usos ran out to make the save. Not sure why they would do so. Maybe Rowan and Harper are next in line for the tag titles?


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