WWE Main Event results: World's Strongest Gauntlet Match

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April 24, 2013

Former WWE Champion and current Main Event commentator JBL kicked off Main Event with an in-ring interview with The World’s Strongest Man, Mark Henry. JBL asked the former World Heavyweight Champion about his actions on Raw — specifically attacking Sheamus — and the conversation quickly turned into a hostile standoff with the financial guru goading Henry into a Gauntlet Match against four opponents. Although The World’s Strongest Man was originally slated to compete in a Handicap Match against The Usos, he did not back down from the challenge that he now faced.

Mark Henry def. Jimmy Uso

Jimmy Uso was the first Superstar bold enough to step into the squared circle with The World’s Strongest Man. If the powerful veteran was looking to make an example out of Jimmy, he did just that. Seemingly as soon as the high-flying son of Rikishi entered the ring, he was inducted into the Hall of Pain with The World’s Strongest Slam giving Henry his first victory.


Mark Henry def. Jey Uso

Before the opening bell of Henry’s second match sounded, he attacked Jey Uso to gain an early advantage. The World’s Strongest Man used a variety of powerful strikes to keep the highflier grounded, but he was unable to defeat Jey as quickly as Jimmy. Displaying an impressive wave of resilience, Jey Uso managed to reverse the World’s Stongest Slam and knock his powerful opponent off his feet with a superkick. Although he tried to build momentum, Jey was stopped in his tracks by the raw strength of his opponent and Henry secured the victory by successfully executing the World’s Strongest Slam.


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