WWE Live Event Results from England April 15, 2012

Vincent StephensContributor IIIApril 16, 2012

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Justin Roberts opened this show, introducing the first match of the night for the WWE Tag Team Championships. A few seconds later, John Laurinaitis came out to ringside and changed the match to a non-title match.


Match 1: Kofi Kingston and R-Truth vs. Epico and Primo

The crowd was really behind Kofi Kingston and R-Truth. You could hear a lot of "Kofi" and "Little Jimmy" chants from the crowd.

Kofi Kingston and Epico started this match. Kofi made the tag to R-Truth who hit Epico with the Little Jimmy for the win after Kofi threw Primo out of the ring. This match had some comedy in it with R-Truth and Little Jimmy.


Match 2: Beth Phoenix vs. Kelly Kelly with Eve as the Guest Referee

Beth Phoenix went after Kelly Kelly with the Glam Slam, but Kelly Kelly quickly reversed the move. Kelly Kelly pinned Beth, but Eve stopped counting after a two count.

Kelly Kelly got in Eve's face yelling at her for not finishing the count. This is all Beth needed to hit Kelly Kelly with a successful Glam Slam for the win. Beth retained the Divas Championship.


Match 3: Alex Riley vs. Lord Tensai

Everyone thought Alex Riley had enough of Lord Tensai last week, but apparently not. Lord Tensai, yet again, dominated Alex Riley. The referee had to call the match after Lord Tensai hit Alex Riley with a swinging sidewalk slam.


Match 4: Santino Marella vs. David Otunga vs. The Miz

The Miz and David Otunga double-teamed Santino Marrela for a vast majority of the match. The Miz hit David Otunga with a right hand and Santino was looking for a way to capitalize. He quickly put on his Cobra and hit The Miz with it for the victory. Santino retained the United States Championship.


Match 5: Brodus Clay vs. JTG

JTG actually knocked "The Funkasaurus," Brodus Clay, off his feet at one point in the match. Clay did his big splash for the win. It was all over for JTG. Brodus and his lovely dancers decided to bring some kids from the audience into the ring for a dance.


Match 6: Dolph Ziggler and Jack Swagger vs. John Cena and Zack Ryder

This match took a few minutes to start because Dolph Ziggler could not stop showing off. Zack Ryder and Dolph Ziggler started the match. Ryder tagged in John Cena.

Cena went through his moves and was set up to give Ziggler the Attitude Adjustment that he needed, but Swagger interfered. Vickie Guerrero interrupted the match to get a kiss from Cena. Then Swagger and Ziggler got back into the ring long enough for Cena and Ryder to hit their finishing moves at the same time for a double pin.


Match 7: CM Punk vs. Chris Jericho (No Disqualification Title Match)

CM Punk got Chris Jericho into a corner and started to beat the crap out of him. At one point you could hear the audience start to chant, "We want tables." CM Punk brought out a chair instead since there weren't any tables under the ring.

Jericho got out of the ring so the action was directed to the steel steps, I believe a kendo stick was used, and more chairs. The action finally headed back into the ring.

CM Punk put Jericho into an Anaconda Vise only for David Otunga to break it up. Jericho hit CM Punk with the Codebreaker, but CM Punk was able to kick out. Otunga tried to interfere again, but CM Punk kicked him in the head.

Punk then directed his attention to Jericho and hit him with the GTS for the win. CM Punk retained the WWE Championship.



Has anyone figured out who Little Jimmy is?