WWE Vengeance PPV Results – October 23, 2011

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2011 WWE Vengeance PPV Results
10/23/11
Results by Matt Boone For WrestleZone.com

WWE Vengeance Opener:

The pay-per-view show opened with the typical bad-ass video package covering the storylines behind the top three main-events for tonight's "Vengeance" show.

WWE Tag-Team Titles: Kofi Kingston & Evan Bourne vs. Dolph Ziggler & Jack Swagger

Ziggler and Kingston start things off in our opening bout. Kingston hits a monkey flip on Ziggler early on. Bourne and Swagger tag in pretty early on as well. Air Boom is working quick-tags to keep the offensive momentum on their side and keep Swagger off his feet. Swagger eventually makes the tag to Ziggler and now the heels are in firm control. Kingston gets Bourne back in via a tag. Bourne is dominating Swagger now. Eventually, Swagger takes over and tags Ziggler back in. Swagger is eventually tagged back in and he hits the Swagger Bomb on Bourne. The heels are now utilizing quick-tags to remain in control of the offense. Eventually, Bourne makes the hot-tag to Kingston who comes in and cleans house. The finish comes when Kingston hits Ziggler with Trouble In Paradise, and tagged in Bourne who hit the Air Bourne for a pinfall.

Winners and STILL WWE Tag-Team Champions: Kofi Kingston & Evan Bourne

WWE U.S. Title: Dolph Ziggler vs. Zack Ryder

Both Air Boom and Swagger remained at ringside for this match. Ryder is taking the fight to Ziggler early on. Ziggler tries to run off, but Air Boom forces him to stay. Air Boom is rejected from ringside for their interferance. Meanwhile, back in the ring, Ryder returns to his offense and hits a flapjack on Ziggler. Ryder misses a cross body attempt on Ziggler and Ziggler ends up taking control of the offense. Later on, Ziggler hits a Fame-ass-er on Ryder for a nearfall. Ryder ends up battling back and eventually hits the Broski Boot. Swagger attacks Ryder as Vickie Guerrero distracted the referee. Ziggler ends up catching Ryder with a superkick for the victory.

Winner and STILL WWE U.S. Champion: Dolph Ziggler

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