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Main Event: The Shield warm up against Sin Cara and Los Matadores
By NOLAN HOWELL - SLAM Wrestling


The Shield and The Wyatts collide on Sunday night at WWE Elimination Chamber. The teams have been red hot and, as the road to the show comes to an end, final preparations are due. Tonight on WWE Main Event, The Shield prepare for Sunday against the same opponents The Wyatts faced last week on Main Event, Los Matadores & Sin Cara. Plus, Divas action! All that and more on this week's edition of WWE Main Event!

We are on tape from Colorado Springs, Colo. Tom Phillips and Byron Saxton have the call for this week.

Match One: Sin Cara & Los Matadores (w/El Torito) vs. The Shield

Dean Ambrose starts out with Fernando. Lockup and Ambrose takes the back. Drop toehold into a front facelock from Fernando. Hammerlock counter by Ambrose and the action moves back to the feet. Shoulder block from Fernando compounded by a springboard back elbow for a nearfall.

Diego in with a dropkick. Corner work on Ambrose leads to a monkey flip. Diego too hasty on offense and Ambrose with a knee to the stomach that allows him to tag out to Seth Rollins. Arm drags connect on Rollins and Sin Cara is in to work the arm of Rollins. Float over from Sin Cara to the apron as he is bodydropped in the corner by Rollins lets him connect on the enzuigiri. Flying arm drag converts. Diego returns to the match to tag out for a double team maneuver that gets a Fernando nearfall.

Rollins sent into the corner, but he gets the boot up. Kick caught this time by Fernando, but Rollins turns it into a reverse STO into the turnbuckle. Roman Reigns now in with a running shoulder bump. Scoop slam followed by an elbow drop for a nearfall.

Ambrose returns with an elbow drop for a nearfall of his own. Brawling offense keeping Fernando on the ropes and in the enemy corner. Rollins now in and he works the same blueprint Ambrose laid out. Fernando sent from corner to corner with velocity. Reverse on the third whip sends Rollins in hard and both men down.

Sin Cara in with a springboard forearm. Springboard crossbody connects and a tilt-a-whirl headscissors connects to send Rollins out. Suicide dive converts and sends Rollins careening into the announce table. Rollins put back inside and Sin Cara climbs up top, only to eat an enzuigiri. Ambrose in and he hits an underhook suplex from up top. Reigns off the apron and he hits a running dropkick as Sin Cara's head hangs over the apron. The Shield dominant as we break.

(Commercials)

We return with Ambrose working the sleeper. Sin Cara fighting out to connect with the springboard back elbow. Rollins tags in to prevent the tag. Trio of suplexes with shades of Eddie Guerrero connect for a Rollins nearfall. Reigns returns and he drops Sin Cara with a right hand before locking the chinlock in. Body blows from Sin Cara break the hold, but he is met by a huge flying clothesline that earns a Reigns nearfall.

Ambrose in and stomping Sin Cara down. Right hands soon follow from the mount. Rollins tags in for a side slam. Running forearm connects in the corner for a brief nearfall. Sleeper in now for Rollins. Sin Cara struggles to his feet and gets out of the hold. Sunset flip bomb gets a nearfall.

Reigns in and he saves the tag by knocking Fernando off the apron. Sin Cara sent into the corner hard, but he counters with a tornado DDT. Ambrose and Diego in. Flying chop and running headbutts connect for Diego. Springboard crossbody converts. Float over in the corner by Diego leads to a headscissors takeover. Chaos now ensuing as members of each team getting involved. Nearfall on Ambrose broken by Rollins, who is sent out by Diego. Bodies flying all over.

Back inside, Fernando and Sin Cara going for a double suicide dive, but they are caught by a spear from Reigns. Diego in, but he is hoisted up by Ambrose for a Reigns Superman Punch. Rollins in and he connects on the Blackout.

Winners by pinfall: The Shield

Announce team previews the WWE Legends House on WWE Network.

(Commercials)

Prior to her match, we are given a glimpse of Cameron courtesy of Total Divas.

Match Two: Aksana (w/Alicia Fox) vs. Cameron

Aksana immediately attacks Cameron on the apron as she enters. Cameron gets into the ring and the match is made official. Aksana tossing Cameron around and Cameron heads outside to regroup. Cameron returns and goes after Aksana with elbows. She is soon sent to the mat again and Aksana dropping elbows and knees. Sleeper in for Aksana. Elbow drop misses and Aksana again misses on a corner splash. Rollup for Cameron gets a nearfall.

Thesz Press from Cameron connects and she slams the head of Aksana into the mat. Drop toehold on the second rope from Cameron and she moves outside to slap Aksana. Alicia Fox gets one as well before the two are sent into each other.

Back inside, Cameron with a series of clotheslines and a bulldog. Aksana sends Cameron into the corner with a shoulder ram and she follows up with a backbreaker. Suplex attempt from Aksana is countered by a small package.

Winner by pinfall: Cameron

Elimination Chamber preview is followed by a WWE.com exclusive interview with WWE COO Triple H and Michael Cole. Triple H previews the match, discussing the chances of Daniel Bryan and preparing to name a new face of the WWE.

Bad News Barrett's podium rises. Barrett jokes that the good news is that he isn't the only person in the arena that is high. However, his bad news is that the US is projected for their lowest medal count in the Olympics and decades and that, because the Olympic Training Center is in Colorado, US athletes will always "stink up the joint."

(Commercials)

Match Three: Kofi Kingston vs. Curtis Axel (w/Ryback)

Kofi Kingston goes after Ryback, allowing Curtis Axel to work him over in the corner. Axel stomps him down and plants him with a dropkick. Kingston sent into the corner, but he catches himself and comes back with a dropkick. Chopping blows to the chest and a dropkick connect. Clotheslines and the Boom Drop lands. Trouble in Paradise is countered by Axel moving outside.

Ryback and Axel both step inside to play some mind games with Kingston. Mark Henry makes his way out to even up the odds as we break,

(Commercials)

We return with Kingston working Axel in the corner. Kicks to the stomach and legs rocking Axel. Kingston going for an arm wrench, but Axel yanks him down to the mat. Axel running the ropes and Kingston leapfrogging and ducking to land a back elbow for a nearfall.

Axel mounted in the corner and he gets punched a few times by Kingston. Mule kick keeps Kingston at bay and Axel with a clothesline to the back of the head for a nearfall. Running knee from Axel connects for another nearfall. Crossface in for Axel. Kingston fights up to the feet with body shots. Kingston sent into the corner and he tries a dropkick, but he is caught by Axel. Slingshot sends Kingston outside and Ryback lurking over him. Henry soon stops that and the action moves back inside with an Axel nearfall.

Axel up top for an elbow drop, but he misses. Pendulum kick in the corner from Kingston puts Axel down. Springboard clothesline followed up by chopping blows to the chest. Clotheslines connecting and Kingston sent into the corner, but he comes back with a crossbody for a nearfall. Axel with a Saito Suplex counter to the offense of Kingston for a nearfall. Kingston off the ropes, but Ryback trips him up and attacks inside.

Winner by disqualification: Kofi Kingston

Mark Henry inside and he knocks Ryback down with a clothesline. Kingston with a flip dive to take out Ryback and Axel. The show closes with Henry and Kingston celebrating in the ring.

Nolan Howell can be reached at nth993@gmail.com for any questions or comments. Click here to follow Nolan on Twitter.