WWE House Show Results (12/7): Vancouver, British Columbia

Posted by Matt Boone December 8, 2013 1 Comment

The following are results from the WWE live event in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The event was held on Saturday, December 7, 2013.

– Big E. Langston def. R-Truth and Curtis Axel in a triple-threat match to retain the WWE Intercontinental Championship.

– Xavier Woods def. Hunico in what was said to be a pretty good match.

– AJ Lee and Brie Bella started to have a singles match, but it turned into a Divas tag-team match.

– The Bella Twins def. AJ Lee & Tamina Snuka in Divas tag-team action.

– Randy Orton def. Daniel Bryan to retain the WWE Championship in what was said to be the best match on the show. Bryan had Orton in the “Yes! Lock” but Kanye appeared, allowing Orton to hit the RKO on Bryan for the win. After the match, Mark Henry came out and threw Orton back into the ring to get beat up by Bryan.


– Los Matadores def. 3MB in a comedy tag-team match.

– The Great Khali def. Fandango in a Dance Competition. This was the “Fan’s Choice” pick of the evening. The options were regular match or Dance Competition and the fans chose the latter. Khali won the dance-off and then Fandango challenged him to a regular match, which Khali also won.

– CM Punk def. Luke Harper (with Bray Wyatt) in the main event of the evening. Despite Bray interfering multiple times throughout the match, Punk got the win.

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    • Evets

      I was at the show, Instead of writing a paragraph I’m doing to do a point form list of things that stood out.

      – Woods/Hunico put on an excellent match, honourable mention for match of the night
      – The Bella Twins took a huge amount of heat, were consistently booed the entire match.
      – AJ Lee got nearly as many cheers as she did boos.
      – Orton also has a decent amount of pops, I wouldn’t say 50/50 but more like 60/40
      – 3MB were fan favourites with Los Matadores taking heat the entire match, Jinder Mahal has never has so many pops in his life. Yes, there was a Jinder chant.
      – The Great Khali also had a decent amount of pops, much more than normal.

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