WWE July 10 Philadelphia house show report results: John Cena vs. Kevin Owens, Seth Rollins vs. Dean Ambrose
July 23, 2020 | News | No Comments
Submitted by Nick Piccone
– Intercontinental Champion Ryback d. Mark Henry
– WWE Tag Team Champions Prime Time Players d. The New Day
The New Day continually posed for the crowd, taunted O’Neil and Young, and the front row behind them. Kofi Kingston even faked throwing his T-shirt into the crowd before throwing it to Xavier Woods on the outside of the ring. He legitimately got booed for doing that.
– Chris Jericho d. Luke Harper
One of the biggest pops of the night went to Jericho, who is old according to the guy who sat behind me. I mean, I can’t disagree with him. His wife said Luke Harper looked like an old man with no muscle to him who wears his Dungarees up to his nipples. That conversation may have been the best or worst part of my night. I haven’t decided yet. Jericho won with the Codebreaker.
– United States Champion John Cena (c) d. Kevin Owens by DQ
After a great match, Owens low blowed Cena for the DQ. Owens tried attacking Cena after the match, but ran into an Attitude Adjustment.
– Divas Champion Nikki Bella (c) d. Paige and Naomi
The fans voted 60% in favor of having both Brie and Tamina stay at ringside, much to the chagrin of Paige, who had nobody to back her up. She tried hugging the referee hoping that he’d somehow be able to help her, but it was not to be. Nikki hit Naomi with the Rack Attack and retained.
– Roman Reigns d. Bray Wyatt
Reigns rolled up Wyatt for the pin.
– Neville d. Bo Dallas with the Red Arrow.
– Street Fight: WWE Champion Seth Rollins (c) d. Dean Ambrose
During the match, Rollins took the mic and ran down Philadelphia-born and bred Extreme Championship Wrestling, to which a lot of kids in the audience started chanting, “ECW!” Sure, it was a funny moment for me because I doubt any of those kids know what Rollins was referencing, but it was a cool aside from the match. He called the audience degenerates and scumbags for liking ECW, so he ultimately lost any good will from the people in the audience who wanted to cherry him because he was “cool.”
Wyatt came in and gave Ambrose the Sister Abigail after he hit Rollins with an elbow through the table. Rollins pinned Ambrose for the win. Wyatt and Rollins attacked Ambrose, Reigns came down for the save. Sheamus came in to cash in his MITB briefcase, but Reigns got to him. Reigns and Ambrose reign supreme to end the show.
WWE announced its coming back to Philly on October 6th for a SmackDown taping.