[Show: WWE Main Event] [Location: Green Bay, Wis] [Date: 6/10/14] [Airing Live On WWE Network]
Welcome to WWE Main Event coverage, Triple H makes his way out to the ring. He talks about how the WWe Universe is talking about why they stripped Daniel Bryan of the WWE Championship. He are shown video of the doctor talking about why he is not ready. He went on to say it’s because of us. We need a fighting champion and Daniel Bryan is not a fighting champion. He hypes up the ladder match for the WWE title at Money in the Bank and then shows a graphic who is going to be in the match. He says three more men can qualify to enter the match. It’s not very often when he can guarantee that history will be made at MITB. A new champion will be crowned at that show. He also shows footage of Seth Rollins turning on the Shield two weeks ago on Raw. He brings out Seth Rollins (Rollins is in a gray suit) He wants to know how it felt when Seth turned out on the Shield. Seth says prior to hitting Roman Reigns with the chair, there was a momentum that everything went in slow motion and the feeling he had was a power he can’t even describe. The Shield will never know that feeling because they owe everything to him. He says just like the fans, Reigns and Ambrose are just going to be mediocre because they do not have the guts. He says that HHH understands that power, that feeling. You have to make opportunities, and take them. He adapted, he evolved. They were dead weight and they were dead weight. “Boring” chants break out, he wants to thank Triple H for everything he has done for him, but Dolph Ziggler comes out. Ziggler says that he always has a chip on his shoulder and he wants to prove to everyone how good he is at this. He is going to wipe that smirk off his face because tonight he is going to show the world what it’s like to be a WWE Superstar and without Triple H holding his hand.
Jimmy Uso Vs. Luke Harper
Harper with right hands, Uso nails a kick to the gut and then a crossbody, but he is caught and Harper puts the knees to the face of Jimmy. However, Uso trips him up and shoots off the ropes with a crossbody. Uso misses a clothesline and Harper sends him into the ropes. He nails a chop, he follows it up with a suplex for a near fall. He locks in a headlock, Jimmy fights out, Harper cuts him off. Uso with a big boot and then nails a dive off the top rope. Harper nails a big boot out of nowhere, Uso with a big right hand and sends Harper to the floor. Uso goes for an outside dive, but Harper hits a big right hand. Harper misses the clothesline, Jimmy hits a superkick and rolls him up for the win.
Rusev Vs. Kofi Kingston
Rusev with a knockdown, he lands kicks to the back of Kofi. However, Kofi makes a comeback and lands some strikes. Kofi hits a springboard crossbody for a near fall. Kofi with a series of kicks, but Rusev hits a series of knees to the body of Kofi. Rusev with a fallaway slam. He locks in the accolade for the win.
Dolph Ziggler Vs. Seth Rollins
Seth with a kick to the gut and then a side headlock. Ziggler fights out and hits an armdrag, he follows it up with a headlock. He then hits a dropkick, he goes for another one, but blocked and is sent to the floor.
We’re back with Seth nailing a series of suplexes. He kicks him in the head, he is messing with Ziggler. Out of nowhere, Ziggler locks in the sleeper, but Seth rams him into the corner. Seth misses a splash and Ziggler hits a Crossbody. Ziggler with a big back body drop, he hits a series of elbows for a near fall. Ziggler goes for a backslide, but Seth rolls him up for a near fall. Seth hits a neck breaker for a near fall. Seth goes to the top rope, Ziggler runs up, but Seth knocks him off and hits a dive, but Ziggler dropkicks him out of the ring. Ziggler goes for a big DDT, but blocked. Seth is sent to the apron, but kicks Ziggler in the face. Seth hits a springboard move, but misses and Ziggler hit the fameasser for a near fall. Ziggler goes for the Zig Zag, but blocked. He connects with several punches. Seth sends him into the turnbuckle and then hits the curb stomp for the win.
Winner: Seth Rollins