WWE Main Event results: Akira Tozawa vs. Wes Lee

November 11, 2023 0 By JohnValbyNation

This week’s WWE Main Event was taped at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, South Carolina before Monday’s episode of Raw.

Two good matches and two Main Event debuts helped to freshen up the feel of the show this week.

Kayden Carter w/Katana Chance defeated Blair Davenport (5:07)

These two worked well together, giving it their all and making it look good. Carter has a new finisher that feels like it could get over well.

Davenport made her main roster debut here, having gained a fair bit of traction over on NXT. Her win at Halloween Havoc over Gigi Dolin was the latest in a long line of victories since she joined the company from Stardom in 2021.

Davenport took control in the early going, thwarting Carter. Chance played cheerleader on the outside, trying to rally Carter who found herself locked in a Boston Crab.

When Carter broke the hold on the ropes, she made her come back. She got a near fall with a springboard leg drop but quickly found herself in trouble again as she ate a forearm to the face for a two count.

After Carter nailed Davenport with a boot to the face, she used a rope-hung pedigree for her finish, yelling ‘Party over!’ before she hit the move. 

We were told on commentary that she is calling it The Hangover, but it's a creative move that the crowd certainly seemed to dig.

Akira Tozawa w/Maxine Dupri defeated Wes Lee (7:02)

This was a good, solid match that got going after the commercials when they started to really go back and forth.

It’s been pleasing to see Tozawa finally get something thrown his way on Raw after serving such a long time on Main Event. He is always value for money, so it will be good to see how they use him as he joins up with Alpha Academy.

This match marked Wes Lee’s first match on a main roster show and he did well. The former NXT North American champion has worked with other top talent lately over on NXT, with match-ups against the likes of Dominik Mysterio and Mustafa Ali.

After a sweet tope from Lee to nail Tozawa on the outside, they returned from the ads with Tozawa struggling to get out of a hammerlock. Dupri looked concerned on the outside and was slamming her hands on the apron to get Tozawa to break the hold.

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Tozawa got out and used the ropes to get a head scissors, before nailing Lee with a high knee and top rope missile drop kick. It wasn’t enough to get the job done and the pair started to trade blows in the middle of the ring.

Lee and Tozawa went down and Tozawa was up first. He slowly climbed outside and began to climb the ropes, but Lee charged. He missed and ate a head kick to leave him prone for the senton that gave Tozawa his third straight win on this show.