The 21st edition of WWE Main Event came to you from the Mississippi Coast Coliseum in Biloxi, MS. For the first time since tapping out at the hands of Alberto Del Rio’s cross armbreaker at Elimination Chamber, “The World’s Largest Athlete” Big Show will address the WWE fans on Main Event. After twice failing to regain the World Heavyweight Title from Alberto Del Rio and with Del Rio set to defend the title against Jack Swagger at WrestleMania, what is next for Big Show? Is “The World’s Largest Athlete” moving on or will the giant find a way to remain a contender for the World Heavyweight Championship?
- 2-on-1 Tornado Handicap Match: Big Show def. Jimmy & Jey Uso by pinning both Jimmy & Jey Uso following a double chokeslam.
- Big Show def. Brodus Clay by pin following the K.O. Punch.
- Big Show def. The Great Khali by count-out.
- Justin Gabriel def. Titus O’Neil by pin following the 450 Splash.
After being forced to tap out to Alberto Del Rio’s cross armbreaker at Elimination Chamber, an angry Big Show kicks off Main Event, taking issue with Michael Cole & The Miz showing still pictures of him tapping out on Sunday. Big Show continues, saying that, for weeks, he has been made to look like a “fool” by one man, SmackDown General Manager Booker T. Big Show accuses Booker of being “jealous” of him, threatening to “decimate” the entire locker room and lays out an open challenge for any of the “rejects” in the back to come and face him. Big Show then threatens Miz to just sit back and keep his mouth shut.
“The World’s Largest Athlete” Big Show is then met by his first challenge as both Jimmy & Jey Uso square off against the angry giant. The Usos would actually manage to knock Big Show off of his feet, but despite the two-on-one onslaught, Big Show would drop the second-generation tag team with a double chokeslam en route to defeating The Usos.
Big Show’s second opponent was a man who has a bone to pick with the giant, “The Funkasaurus” Brodus Clay. Despite the best efforts of Brodus Clay, Big Show would come out of nowhere with the K.O. Punch to Brodus, securing the victory over “The Funkasaurus”. Big Show’s next opponent was none other than “The Punjabi Giant” The Great Khali as Big Show would do his best to overcome fatigue to prove his point. During the match, Khali would take it to Big Show for most of the match, but Big Show would manage to land the K.O. Punch on Khali, knocking Khali to the outside and allowing Big Show to pick up the win via count-out.
After being threatened by Big Show earlier in the night, The Miz would stand up from his position on commentary and, despite not being dressed for competition, “The Awesome One” would take Big Show up on his challenge. The fired-up Miz would take it to Big Show to the point of “The World’s Largest Athlete” walking away from The Miz!
The conceded and delusional Assistant to the Managing Supervisor of RAW, Brad Maddox, is interviewed by Matt Striker on Main Event. Maddox again claims that he is the “Assistant Managing Supervisor of RAW” and Striker asks Maddox what he has in store for the WWE. The new Assistant states that it is a new era and it is bigger than the McMahon-Helmsley Era or the Attitude Era, it is the “Brickie Era”. Maddox continues, saying that he has a lot of “plans” and “hidden agendas” before saying that, this Monday on RAW, he is going to have Mr. McMahon and Paul Heyman go one-on-one, despite the Chairman announcing that himself on RAW.
One-half of The Primetime Players was in action on Main Event as Titus O’Neil went one-on-one with the high-flying Justin Gabriel. In the end, it was Justin Gabriel hitting the 450 Splash on Titus O’Neil en route to picking up the win.
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