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WWE House Show Results 2.01.14 - Orlando, Florida
Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 02.02.2014

Credit: Ace Reyes & PW.net

I got to my seat around 7:10. There was a vote going on for diva dance off or diva tag match. The crowd booed loudly every time the dance off took the lead.

1. R-Truth beat Fandango. Truth overdid the "What's Up" schtick. Overall, a mediocre match. Decent but nothing special.?

2. Cameron and Naomi beat Aksana and Alicia Fox. Brad Maddox came out and declared that we have the power and this contest would be a tag match....thank god.

3. Titus O'Neil beat Curt Hawkins. Titus came out and bashed Orlando and our sports teams. Pretty funny and it got him good heat. Titus won a very slow, boring match, but his heel tactics were good.

4. Adrian Neville beat Bo Dallas. Good action with a high flying fast pace match. Neville was impressive. Key spots were a flip onto Dallas outside and a modified 450 splash for the win by Neville.

5. Cody Rhodes and Goldust beat The Real Americans (w/Zeb Colter). Goldust is an underrated legend. Cody is nice. Jack Swagger is good. Zeb Colter cut good promo and was funny at ringside and we saw the Cesaro Swing. What more can I say? Great match.

6. Sin Cara and Los Matadores defeated 3MB. I was at the concession stand but the finish came quick.

7. Big Show beat Kane. Average match. About as good you will get coming from these two considering where they are at this stage in their careers.

8. John Cena defeated WWE World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton by DQ. A cheap version of their Rumble match with the same ref spot and a weak finish. Orton hit a low blow for the DQ and then Cena hit the AA to end the show.

Decent crowd, decent card, average performances. Still a great show for me personally since it was my first ever.


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