WWE Raw House Show Results (3/11): Springfield, MO

Nick Paglino

Thanks to Scott Kriegshauser for sending in the following:

The show started out with a 14 man battle royal. The winner will face Daniel Bryan for the US Championship later tonight.

Mark Henry appeared to have won the battle royal, but Sheamus had gone under the ropes earlier. Sheamus came back up and eliminated Mark to win the battle royal. Funny spot with Santino standing on the apron with the Cobra out, but Mason Ryan turned it around and hit Santino with the Cobra for the elimination.

Diva’s Title match between one of the Bellas and Eve. GM chimed in and ordered a dance off. Bellas went first and got booed when they were done (not sure how you could boo that). Eve began to dance but was attacked by the Bellas and the real match began. Eve won with a roll up to retain the title. Bellas attacked again, but Gail Kim and Tamina made the save.

Tag match between Regal/Kidd and Henry/Truth. Winners are Henry/Truth in about 6 minutes with the World’s Strongest Slam. Regal is very entertaining in person and got a lot of heat, including a "Regal sucks" chant.

Next is a singles match between Dibiase and Bourne. Bourne won with the Shooting Star Press. Ted got far more heat here than I have ever seen on TV.

After an intermission, Yoshi Tatsu and Alex Riley had a singles match. Riley cuts a promo saying that he got fired, but he is starting business himself. Riley won the match with his finisher after about 7 minutes.

Santino/Kozlov went over the Usos after the Cobra.

US championship match between Sheamus and Bryan. Bryan won with a roll up in about 10 minutes in the match of the night. Sheamus hit a Bicycle Kick after the match and left.

Main event: Triple threat for the WWE title between Miz, Orton, and Cena. Miz won with a Skull Crushing Finale on Orton after about 12 minutes. Orton was distracted by Mason Ryan, which allowed Miz to hit the finisher. Miz and Ryan beat down Orton and Cena until the faces hit their finishers to send the crowd home happy.

We were a little disappointed to not see Punk, Morrison, or Ziggler

Biggest pops: Cena, Orton, R-Truth

Biggest heat: Miz, Regal, Sheamus, Dibiase

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