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WWE House Show Results 3.15.14 - Austin, Texas
Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 03.16.2014



Credit: Al Berger & PWInsider

I went to the WWE show here in Austin, Texas last night. The most interesting thing on the show, in terms of "news" would be that after pinning Damien Sandow with the World's Strongest Slam, Mark Henry teased he was retiring, then turned around and said that he still had a lot left to do and a lot of gas left in the tank of his car and wasn't going anywhere.

The results of the show, in order:

Tag champions The Usos beat The Real Americans and The Rhoades Brothers in a really good opener.

Darren Young beat Titus. Titus demanded another match, so Kofi Kingston came out and rolled him up for another loss. The kids at the show loved this.

Wade Barrett vs. Kingston never happened or was a no contest as Titus returned and attacked Kingston. They beat him down until Darren Young ran out. This was then announced as a tag match. Kofi pinned Titus after Trouble in Paradise, so yes, O'Neil lost three times in the span of 20 minutes.

Sheamus beat Alberto Del Rio with the Brogue Kick. Good stuff.

Eva Marie and Natalya beat Alicia Fox and Layla when Natalya used the Sharpshooter on Fox.

Next was the aforementioned, Mark Henry vs. Damien Sandow match.

WWE champ Randy Orton beat John Cena in a Steel Cage after the referee was taken out and Orton used a low blow. He returned to the ring with a chair but Cena made the superhero comeback and hit the Attitude Adjustment to send everyone home happy.





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