WWE Binghamton Live Event Results for Mar. 20: Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose Headline


A look at what happened during Sunday night’s WWE Binghamton live event.

On Sunday night, I got the chance to attend my first WWE live event. I went to NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn and SummerSlam 2015, both of which were fun shows. Going to a live event is much different, though.

Live events have a looser feel to them. The Superstars and Divas can try new things in the ring, get creative with their mannerisms, and seem to have more fun out there. Everyone who goes out there gets ample time to perform as well.

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The event on Sunday in Binghamton, NY was no different. It was a fun event with plenty of matches featuring the biggest names on the Road to WrestleMania.

So what happened during this event? Let’s take a look.

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AJ Styles defeated Tyler Breeze via pinfall

This was a very fun opener and may have been one of the longest matches of the show. Styles got a huge reaction from the fans, maybe second or third best of the night. Breeze received nothing from the crowd but put on a solid performance and drew some heat during the bout.

Mark Henry defeated The Ascension via pinfall

Nothing much to see here. They put on a decent comedy match. Henry got a nice pop from the crowd.

Damien Sandow, Darren Young and Fandango defeated Heath Slater, Adam Rose and Stardust via pinfall

Sandow’s entrance got a nice pop, as it was a bit surprising to hear the music that is never played on TV. Fandango appearing was a sight for sore eyes as well.

Slater drew good heat in this match as he kept waking up the crowd. Stardust was solid too.

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The finish of Fandango getting the pinfall didn’t get much of a reaction. A few fans were doing his dance, but no one was really into him.

Luke Harper defeated Zack Ryder via pinfall

Harper and Ryder got a ton of time in the ring. It didn’t seem like fans knew how to react to the Broski but they got behind him once Harper started mocking the “woo woo woo”. That’s something hilarious that you’ll only see at a WWE live event.

These two put on a pretty good match with some good false finishes to set up the only title match of the evening.

New Day defeated The Usos and The Dudley Boyz to retain the WWE Tag Team Championships

This was probably the most entertaining match of WWE Binghamton.

New Day got a long reaction after coming out to a mix of boos and cheers. It didn’t seem like the fans picked up on that they’re supposed to be bad guys, so Big E, Xavier Woods and Kofi Kingston heeled it up. They won after throwing one of the Usos out of the ring after hitting D-Von Dudley with a splash and stole the pin.

Bubba Ray Dudley was great on the microphone. He shredded Binghamton before the match started and gave a shoutout to the “real New Yorkers”, people from Brooklyn. Him and D-Von played a solid heel role throughout this match.

The Usos were made out to be the stars of this as the babyfaces. Despite losing the match, they got to rebound off a post-bout beat down from The Dudleyz and stood tall. They slapped hands with fans afterward.

Charlotte defeated Natalya via pinfall

This was the only Divas match of the night, but it was a very good one. Charlotte and Natalya always have had great chemistry and it was displayed here. Attempts at each other’s submission finishers were the highlights of the match. The former Divas Champion drew plenty of cheers from the fans and made sure to get heat on the Nature Girl with “Charlotte sucks” chants. Charlotte would win with using her feet on the ropes for leverage.

Chris Jericho defeated Jack Swagger via pinfall

Jericho cut a basic heel promo before the match, but it got the fans riled up. It looked like a few kids in the section behind the floor seats were about to riot. They hated Y2J calling out Binghamton.

The match itself between Jericho and Swagger was fine and fun. The Ayatollah of Rock ‘n’ Rolla would beat down the Real American afterward until Styles made the save. He went for the Phenomenal Forearm but Jericho ran from the ring.

Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose defeated Sheamus and King Barrett via pinfall

Fans have been calling for Reigns to turn heel, but crowds like the one heard at WWE Binghamton will give the company every reason to keep him as the top babyface. He drew a HUGE reaction every time his name was said, even when Greg Hamilton was talking about him maybe a half hour before the show began.

Reigns also came through the entrance ramp again. It seems this change is permanent. The nice touch with it, though, is the heels looking around the arena to see where he’s going to come from. Maybe WWE plans on switching things up for his walkout here and there.

Ambrose got maybe the second best reaction of the night as well. The fans were behind him throughout.

Sheamus was also sporting a new look with his hair. He slicked it back instead of doing the mohawk.

The match itself was what you would expect from a house show main event tag bout. Ambrose and Reigns took their fair share of assault before each making a comeback on Barrett and Sheamus. The Big Dog speared the Celtic Warrior to pick up the pinfall win for the team.

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In this order: Reigns, Ambrose and Styles received the biggest pops of the evening.

In this order: Jericho, Dudley Boyz and Sheamus received the most heat.

So what did you think of these WWE Binghamton results?