The WWE taped their weekly "WWE Smackdown" and "WWE Main Event" television shows on Feb. 11. Here are the WWE spoilers for both tonight's "Main Event" results and the "Smackdown" Valentine's Day episode recap.
There was one dark match that will not air on television as NXT star Alexander Rusev, with his manager Lana by his side, beat Dolph Ziggler.
"WWE Main Event" had three matches, none of which were main event caliber matches as "Main Event" becomes more and more of a B-level show. The opening match saw The Wyatt Family beat Los Matadores and Sin Cara.
The other two matches saw Natalya beat Aksana and Big E beat Drew McIntyre in a non-title match. Jinder Mahal challenged Big E after the match and lose in seconds.
"WWE Smackdown" opened with a huge six man match with Daniel Bryan, Christian and Sheamus taking on The Shield. The end came when Reigns speared Sheamus and then Ambrose pinned Christian to give The Shield the win.
Next up was a Fatal Four Way to determine the number one contender for the Intercontinental title. Jack Swagger won the match by making Kofi Kingston tap out. The other two combatants were Mark Henry and Rey Mysterio.
Eva Marie beat Alicia Fox in the next match.
An eight man tag team match was up next with The Usos and Rhodes Dynasty taking on Rybaxel and The New Age Outlaws. The good guys won when the Usos pinned the Outlaws.
Darren Young beat Damien Sandow in a short upset match and then Titus O'Neil attacked Young after the match. This was a surprise since Sandow is supposed to be a future star and the angle was only used to further the feud between the former Prime Time Players.
The Miz beat Fandango after Santino and Emma came to the ring and Emma began to fight with Summer Rae, distracting Fandango.
In the main event, Cesaro shockingly beat Randy Orton in a clean win with the Neutralizer. For one thing, this makes Orton 1-3 heading into "Elimination Chamber" against his opponents, but it also goes a long way into turning Cesaro into a star.
"WWE Main Event" airs Wednesday nights at 8 p.m. EST on Ion while "WWE Smackdown" airs Friday nights at 8 p.m. EST on SyFy.