Winner: Team Hell No
Tons of Funk vs. Team Rhodes Scholars
Wow, after Regal, Ziggler and Bryan, we get Rhodes Scholars? Business is picking up. Tons of Funk do their dance routine, but sadly Rhodes Scholars don't get mic time. Tensai gets a lot of Albert chants, but seems to be doing well in this comedy role. He performs several rolling manoeuvres and a Rikishi Stink Face. Rhodes seems to be a crowd favourite despite being manhandled by Tons of Funk, while Cody's mustache also gets a pop. Albert hits a big drop on Rhodes, when a fun little incident occurs. I shout out loudly – "my bad!", to which Brodus turns around from the turnbuckle, walks down the steps during the match, and comes to us and yells "my bad", and taps our hands. It's all fun and games, and it ends with Tons of Funk doing their double splash on Sandow and picking up the win.
After the match, some French celebrities walk into the ring and start dancing with the others in the ring.
Winner: Tons of Funk
Antonio Cesaro vs Zack Ryder
Now Cesaro? Suddenly this is a great card. Cesaro is doing really well to generate heat, especially with his Switzerland flag, though I'm surprised he doesn't cut a quick promo in French, nor does he yodel. Midway during the match, our section of the crowd begins Fandangoing loudly, which I admit I joined in completely (who wouldn't when Zack Ryder is in the ring?). This is where the smarky crowd behind me gets slightly annoying. They begin with random "Kassius Ohno" or "King of Wrestling chants". Cesaro seems to get quite upset but does well to turn that into legit heat. He stops midway through his match, exits the ring, walks up towards us, and starts yelling at us to shut up. Soon after, Cesaro hits his finisher and becomes the first heel of the night to emerge victorious.
Winner: Antonio Cesaro
Main Event: John Cena vs Ryback in a Tables match for the WWE Title
The crowd juts goes nuts when Cena's music hits – women, children, and grown men all alike. It's insane, but there are still ferociously loud "Let's Go Cena – Cena Sucks" chants. This match starts of quite slow but picks up pace. It turns out to be a lot more aggressive than I would have imagined for a non-televised event. Ryback hits Cena's head with the steel steps multiple times. Ryback seems pretty confused in the ring to me, which is no wonder that he started getting Goldberg chants, to which he amply displayed his annoyance. Cena starts to get in some offence and is finally able to send Ryback through the table, thus ending the match.
Winner: John Cena
After the match, Cena cuts a promo completely in French, which is commendable. He ends the night the same way as he ended RAW two weeks ago - by placing the belt in the ring and proclaiming that the crowd are the real champions. To be honest, a large part of this crowd was surprisingly pretty hot all night and deserves props.
As we exit, some fans stay back for some Fandangoing and some pictures with Charles Robinson and Justin Roberts.
#WWEParis was the official hashtag and it now contains several pictures and wrestler tweets from the show.
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