WWE House Show Results from Waco, Texas 6/1/19

WWE House Show Results from Waco, Texas 6/1/19

Thanks to Eric C. for emailing this report!

Triple Threat Match for Women’s Tag Team Championship

The Iiconics VS Fire & Desire VS Kabuki Warriors

Peyton Royce pins Mandy Rose to retain.

Aleister Black squashes Jinder Mahal with Fade to Black right after bell rings for a quick victory.

Heavy Machinery VS B Team was interrupted by R-Truth and Carmella running to the ring for an impromptu match for the 24/7 Championship with Matt Hardy, Apollo Crews, and Buddy Murphy. There were a couple of unsuccessful roll ups until Lars Sullivan came in to clear out the ring.

Mickie James comes out to say her opponent, Carmella, wouldn’t compete because she’s too busy hiding R-Truth. Mickie instructs the referee to count to 10 to award the victory to her, but Carmela makes way for her match. Mickie controlled most of the match, but the referee stopped it about five minutes in due to an apparent injury to Mickie James (I’m unsure if the injury is legit or not) and awarded the victory to Carmella.

Kevin Owens comes out next in street clothes and starts to insult the Waco crowd and says Waco doesn’t deserve to see him compete. Then he announces a special KO Show. He has stage hands set up two chairs and a table. His special guest was supposed to be Elias, but every time he attempts to call out Elias, KO is interrupted by a blessing trombone. Then Xavier Woods comes out to brawl with KO. After a couple exchanges with the chairs, Woods puts Owens through the table to stand tall.

Andrade w/Zelina Vega VS Ali

Referee throws Vega out after he caught her trying to interfere. Ali with a roll up victory. In my opinion, this was the best match of the night.

Charlotte Flair pins Ember Moon.

Moon did get a pretty big applause being from Texas.

Elias comes out to do a musical set. He insults the Waco crowd and even the champion Baylor women’s basketball team (which was very funny). Elias invites Drew McIntyre out for his match with Roman Reigns. McIntyre controlled much of the match until about the 10 minute mark until the referee got unintentionally knocked out. Elias entered the ring and held Reigns for McIntyre. McIntyre missed Reigns and ended up hitting a Claymore Kick on Elias. Reigns recovered to spear McIntyre for the victory. This was the end of the show as Roman Reigns posed in the ring and talked with several fans at ringside.


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