Greensboro Coliseum – 2010-2019 Results


WWE (Raw) @ Greensboro, NC – Coliseum – June 13, 2010 (matinee) (6,000)
WWE US Champion R-Truth defeated Mike Mizanin and John Morrison
Alberto Del Rio (Dos Caras Jr.) defeated Goldust
The Great Khali defeated William Regal
Yoshi Tatsu defeated Zack Ryder
Mark Henry defeated Ted Dibiase Jr.
Santino Marella defeated Vladimir Kozlov in a dance contest; after the contest, Kozlov dropped Santino with the Iron Curtain
WWE Divas Champion Eve defeated Maryse
WWE World Champion John Cena defeated Sheamus via disqualification at around the 1-minute mark when Edge interfered; moments later, Evan Bourne made the save leading into an impromptu tag team match
WWE World Champion John Cena & Evan Bourne defeated Edge & Sheamus when Cena pinned Edge with the FU as Bourne pinned Sheamus with the Shooting Star Press


WWE @ Greensboro, NC – Coliseum – April 26, 2011
Johnny Curtis pinned Alex Riley with an inside cradle; prior to the bout, Riley cut an in-ring promo about his being drafted to Smackdown, bragging about assaulting Steve Austin and the Rock, and that he didn’t need WWE World Champion Mike Mizanin to succeed
NXT – 4/26/11 – featured an opening segment in which Todd Grisham announced that his broadcast partner William Regal had been drafted from Raw to Smackdown in the supplemental draft, with Regal deflecting the question and saying the focus tonight was the NXT rookies; included an in-ring segment in which Maryse, with Matt Striker, introduced all the NXT rookies and their pros before Striker hosted a ‘How well you know your pro’ contest for redemption points; Jacob Novak eventually won, earning 4 redemption points, by getting the only correct answer throughout the segment; featured a “Did you know?” graphic which read WWE has more Facebook fans than the NFL, NHL, NASCAR, MLB, UFC, Pepsi, and Nike; included an ad promoting the debut of WWE Magazine’s digital edition; featured a vignette showing a woman pop the head off a doll, with the woman’s face then being shown before the name “Kharma” appeared on screen; included an ad promoting ‘DX: One Last Stand;’ featured a backstage segment in which Maryse complained to Yoshi Tatsu that the purse he bought her had been destroyed, then blaming Lucky Cannon for the damage; Tatsu then went looking for Cannon, eventually finding Byron Saxton who instead tried to tell Tatsu that he was spending too much time with Maryse and not enough time being his pro; included an ad promoting ‘That’s What I Am;’ featured an ad promoting the Rock’s appearance on the following week’s Raw:
Titus O’Neal (w/ Hornswoggle) pinned Darren Young (w/ Chavo Guerrero Jr.) at 4:07 with the sit-down spinebuster after Young began arguing with Chavo after Chavo refused to add leverage to Young’s figure-4 attempt
JTG & Jacob Novak defeated Vladimir Kozlov & Conor O’Brian at 6:46 when Novak pinned O’Brian with a boot to the face after knocking Kozlov off the apron; the other NXT pros sat at the entrance stage for the duration of the match; following JTG & Novak’s entrance, Novak cut an in-ring promo on William Regal, noting he embarassed him the previous week in Regal’s home country and Regal was upset Novak’s career was just taking off while his own career was over; Regal responded by taking the mic, saying Novak would never tell him what to do and he would be happy to face Novak then and there in the ring; moments later, Novak said there would be no fight because he already had a scheduled match but that he would face Regal the following week; after the contst, JTG & Novak mocked Regal from the ring
Lucky Cannon (w/ Tyson Kidd) defeated Byron Saxton (w/ Yoshi Tatsu) via disqualification at 5:55 when, after Cannon knocked Tatsu down on the floor and confronted Maryse, who sat ringside for the match, Tatsu attacked Cannon inside the ring; during the contest, it was noted Tatsu and Kidd had been drafted from Raw to Smackdown; after the bout, Saxton dropped Tatsu with a version of a side Russian legsweep for costing him the match, with Cannon then attacking Saxton and leaving him laying before celebrating in the ring with Kidd
WWE Superstars – 4/28/11: Tyson Kidd defeated Trent Barreta at 10:56 via submission with the Sharpshooter after a double leg pickup; Matt Striker & Jack Korpela provided commentary for the match
Smackdown! – 4/29/11 – the opening featured several new names drafted to Smackdown, including Daniel Bryan, WWE US Champion Sheamus, Sin Cara, Mark Henry, Alicia Fox, Yoshi Tatsu, Randy Orton, Ted Dibiase Jr., and more; featured an opening in-ring promo by Randy Orton, wearing a Smackdown T-shirt, in which he introduced himself to the Smackdown fans before saying he had unfinished business to attend to at Extreme Rules with his last man standing match against CM Punk; moments later, Drew McIntyre, wearing a Raw shirt, interrupted and said the fans would have to wait a little while longer before they would get to see McIntyre vs. Orton; McIntyre then said he was just out to say hello, and goodbye, before attempting the Future Shock on Orton only to sustain the RKO instead; Orton went to complete his thought before Alex Riley, wearing a Smackdown shirt, walked out and joined Orton in the ring; before Riley could speak, Orton dropped him too with an RKO, leading to a “Randy” chant; Alberto Del Rio, Ricardo Rodriguez, & Brodus Clay then walked out, with Del Rio saying he would bring the World Heavyweight Title to Raw before having he and his men surround Orton in the ring; Christian then ran out to even the odds, with Teddy Long appearing at the entrance stage and setting up a match for later in the show between Christian & Orton and Del Rio & Clay; Christian then knocked Clay out of the ring, with Del Rio and his men backing up the aisle as the show went to commercial; included an ad promoting Monday’s Raw featuring the Rock’s birthday party; featured a “Did you know?” graphic that read WWE Superstars Slingshot is the #1 kids game app in Egypt, Belgium, Jordan, Turkey, and India; included an ad promoting ‘That’s What I Am;’ featured a vignette showing a woman pop the head off a doll, with the woman’s face then being shown before the name “Kharma” appeared on screen; included a backstage segment in which the Great Khali, wearing a Smackdown shirt, & Runjin Singh wished Rey Mysterio Jr. well on Raw; moments later, another man of Indian descent walked in and the three spoke Hindi; featured still photos from the recent European tour, as well as comments from Santino Marella, Big Show, Christian, John Cena, Daniel Bryan, Natalya Neidhart, WWE World Champion Mike Mizanin, Kofi Kingston, and Beth Phoenix; included a “Did you know?” graphic that read that for the 30th consecutive week Smackdown was SyFy’s most watched program:
WWE US Champion Sheamus fought Kofi Kingston to a no contest in a non-title match when Sheamus ran through Kingston’s pyro to attack him from behind in the aisle; moments later, Sheamus continued to attack Kingston on the floor around ringside before landing the boot to the face in the ring; Sheamus then grabbed his belt before yelling, “Smackdown belongs to me!”; Sheamus wore a Smackdown shirt and Kingston a Raw shirt for the match (Kingston’s last Smackdown appearance)
Sin Cara pinned Jack Swagger (w/ Michael Cole) at 3:20 with a victory roll, moments after Cole handed Swagger a weapon but Swagger didn’t get the chance to use it; prior to the bout, Cole, his face heavily bruised after his fight on Monday against Jim Ross, introduced Swagger before saying they would defeat Jerry Lawler & Ross at Extreme Rules; Swagger came out wearing a Raw shirt and Sin Cara a Smackdown shirt; the match was wrestled with blue and orange lights focused on the ring; after the contest, Sin Cara sent Swagger to the floor before hitting a plancha onto Swagger on the floor; moments later, Cole yelled at Swagger to stay focused on their tag team match at Extreme Rules; Josh Matthews & Booker T provided commentary for the match, with Cole rejoining them after the contest (Sin Cara’s Smackdown in-ring debut; Swagger’s last Smackdown appearance)
WWE Tag Team Champions the Big Show & Kane defeated Justin Gabriel & Heath Slater at 8:19 when Kane pinned Slater after the champions hit simultaneous chokeslams; Show came out wearing a Raw shirt while the other three wore Smackdown shirts
Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Mark Henry via disqualification at 8:50 when, after Mysterio hit the 619 and attempted a springboard into the ring, Cody Rhodes ran out and attacked Mysterio; prior to the bout, Mysterio cut an in-ring promo in which he said he was sad to say goodbye to the Smackdown fans but he would succeed on Raw with their support; after Henry’s appearance, he said it was a shame that Mysterio’s farewell was his debut; moments later, Rhodes attacked Mysterio in the crowd, before Henry dropped Mysterio with the powerslam in the ring and walked away laughing; Rhodes then entered the ring and put a brown paper bag over Mysterio’s face (Mysterio’s last Smackdown appearance)
Layla fought Michelle McCool to a double count-out at the 54-second mark as both women were fighting on the floor; after the bout, the two had to be held apart by referees as the crowd chanted “Let them fight;” moments later, Layla took the mic and challenged McCool to a No DQ, no count-out match at Extreme Rules; McCool then slid into the ring, accepted the match, but added another stipulation that the loser leaves WWE match, with Layla agreeing; in the arena, McCool only said “loser leaves” with “WWE” being added in post-production
Christian & Randy Orton defeated Alberto Del Rio & Brodus Clay at 15:07 when Orton pinned Clay with the RKO; Ricardo Rodriguez served as Del Rio’s ring announcer; Del Rio wore a Raw shirt for the match while the other three wore Smackdown shirts
Following the taping, John Cena and Lucas Cruikshank filmed wrestling scenes for “Fred 2” in which they were a tag team. Charles Robinson served as the referee and several takes were shot but there was no finish to the match. The opponents came out to Gangrel’s WWF theme song. After several takes, Cena took the mic and hyped up the crowd so the cameras could film them for the movie. Moments later, WWE US Champion Sheamus came out, insulted Cena and Chris Jericho being on ‘Dancing with the Stars’ before the two traded blows and Cena dropped Sheamus with the FU

WWE @ Greensboro, NC – Coliseum – May 7, 2012
Raw SuperShow – featured an opening in-ring promo by John Laurinaitis in which he said no one, not even John Cena, would undermine his authority as GM of Raw; Laurinaitis then said he would continue where Brock Lesnar left off with Cena at Over the Limit and that the WWE Board of Directors knew he was tough but fair, adding he let Cena take the night off to heal his injured elbow but Cena would be live via satellite later in the broadcast; Laurianitis then said his voice was injured at the hands of Steve Williams in Japan, then showing still photos of his work in Japan before calling himself the Hulk Hogan, Steve Austin, and Rock of Japan; moments later, WWE World Champion CM Punk interrupted and said the fans didn’t want to see Laurinaitis, he was never a good wrestler, and Laurinaitis was just acting out because Cena beat Lesnar; Punk then said there wasn’t a territory or person that would pay to see Laurinaitis, prompting him to go to Japan in the first place; Laurinaitis then said Punk would learn respect by facing Lord Tensai later in the show, with Punk saying he was looking forward to it and would look forward to seeing Cena twist Laurinaitis into a pretzel at Over the Limit; following the commercial break, Laurinaitis bumped into the Big Show backstage and yelled at him, with Show then making fun of Laurinaitis’s voice; Eve then confronted Show, with Show walking off for the opening bout; included a “Did you know?” graphic which read the previous week’s Raw was the #1 show on cable, beating every NBA playoff game on ESPN; featured Michael Cole, in the ring, conducting an interview via satellite with Cena about his elbow injury and facing Laurinaitis at Over the Limit, with Cena saying some doctors are advising him not to wrestle for several months but that there would be nothing stopping him from facing Laurinaitis; Cena then said the Board of Directors contacted him and he told them not to fine, demote, or fire Laurinaitis before their match; Cole then said he had been watching footage of Laurinaitis’s career, with Cena saying he was only scared of Laurinaitis being so bad that he could hurt himself before the pay-per-view; included an ad promoting Santino Marella’s “Foreign Exchange” on YouTube; featured a backstage segment in which Laurinaitis told Eve that Show’s apology was hollow, with Chris Jericho, Alberto Del Rio, and Alberto Del Rio appearing and arguing that they should get the title shto against World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus; moments later, the three began brawling, with Sheamus also getting involved; as referees pulled Sheamus and Orton apart, Laurinaitis said he would defend against Jericho, ADR, and Orton at Over the Limit; included footage of Stephanie McMahon, Sheamus, Mark Henry, Eve, ADR, and others speaking to a school in the Bronx about the ‘Be a Star’ program; featured a “Did you know?” graphic which read WWE was the most talked about brand on Facebook, with more fans than Nike, Pepsi, UFC, HBO, ESPN, and the NFL; included still photos of Triple H wearing a mechanical brace on his arm, followed by the announcement he would appear on Raw the following week; moments later, Paul Heyman walked out to Brock Lesnar’s entrance music and said he was representing Lesnar; Heyman then said Lesnar felt betrayed by WWE for going back on its agreements, then listing his accomplishments before saying Lesnar was an honest man for saying he would hurt people; Heyman then read a prepared statement from Lesnar in which Lesnar said he came back to WWE to bring legitimacy to the company and then ranted about Triple H, saying he was afraid of him and always had been; the letter finished with Lesnar saying he was never coming back and quit; featured an ad promoting WrestleMania 28 on DVD and Blu-ray; included a backstage segment with Show, along with Michael Ealy and Warren Kole of “Common Law,” regarding Show’s apology to Eve and Laurinaitis running the show, with the actors making fun of Laurinaitis’s voice until Eve appeared:
The Big Show defeated WWE IC Champion Cody Rhodes via count-out at 1:52 when Rhodes took the belt and walked out of the match; after the bout, Show took the mic and challenged Rhodes to come back to the ring or he would go backstage and bring him back out; moments later, Eve walked out and told Show to apologize for making fun of John Laurinaitis’s voice earlier in the show, then reminding Show that there wasn’t much demand for him outside of the industry; Show then apologized and left the ring
Dolph Ziggler (w/ Vickie Guerrero & Jack Swagger) pinned WWE Tag Team Champion Kofi Kingston (w/ WWE Tag Team Champion R-Truth) at 2:40 with the Zig Zag after Swagger pushed Kingston off the middle turnbuckle behind the referee’s back; prior to the bout, Guerrero introduced Ziggler from the entrance stage Michael Ealy and Warren Kole of “Common Law” were shown in attendance before the match; AW, Primo Colon, Epico, & Rosa Mendes were shown watching on backstage during the contest, with Mason Ryan then joining them as well
WWE Divas Champion Layla & Kelly Kelly defeated Natalya Neidhart & Maxine at 1:05 when Layla pinned Maxine with the neckbreaker; prior to the bout, footage of Layla speaking about her title win following Extreme Rules aired; Beth Phoenix provided guest commentary for the match; during the bout, it was noted Phoenix would challenge Layla at Over the Limit
Chris Jericho & Alberto Del Rio defeated World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus & Randy Orton at 13:05 when Jericho pinned Sheamus with the Code Breaker after Sheamus accidentally kicked Orton in the face when Jericho moved out of the way; Ricardo Rodriguez served as ADR’s ring announcer for the match; Sheamus’s shoulder was heavily taped for the match; after the contest, Jericho held the title belt on the floor before bragging to the commentary team that he should be the champion; moments later, Sheamus helped Orton to his feet, with Orton then dropping Sheamus with the RKO
Brodus Clay (w/ Cameron & Naomi) pinned Mike Mizanin at 4:13 with the splash; following his entrance, Clay cut an insert promo to remind fans to “Call their momma” for Mother’s Day; Miz cut a promo upon his entrance in which he made fun of Clay and compared him to King Hippo from Mike Tyson’s Punch Out
Daniel Bryan & Lord Tensai defeated WWE World Champion CM Punk in a non-title handicap match at 6:58 when Tensai scored the pin with the STO into the claw; during Punk’s entrance, John Laurinaitis walked out and said the previously scheduled Punk vs. Tensai match would now be a handicap match; after the match, Bryan assaulted Punk and put him in the Yes Lock as the show ended

WWE @ Greensboro, NC – Coliseum – December 3, 2012
Raw – featured a backstage segment in which John Cena spoke with Sheamus about their tag team match later in the night; included an ad promoting the newest version of the WWE app; featured an in-ring promo by Paul Heyman & WWE World Champion CM Punk in which Heyman complained that Punk wasn’t featured enough in the new WWE Encyclopedia and would surpass John Cena the following night as the longest reigning champion of the modern era; Heyman then said Punk should be front and center on WWE’s Mt. Rushmore, with Punk saying he was the best in the world and should be listed above Hulk Hogan, Rock, Steve Austin, and the Undertaker; Punk said his reign had lasted longer than some of the fans had kept jobs or stayed married and that he had nothing to do with Brad Maddox or the Sheild, but he was the hottest thing in WWE; Punk then told the fans to leave if they didn’t agree and were in denial, with Mike Mizanin interrupting and saying Punk was a lair and challenged Punk to come on Miz TV and take a lie detector test to prove himself; Miz went on to call Heyman a walrus and told Punk that without doing the test his title reign would have an asterisk beside it; Punk went on to accept and said he would prove himself and Miz and the fans would have to learn to admit he was the best in the world; included an ad promoting; featured a “Did you know?” graphic which read nWo: The Revolution is the #1 sports DVD in America; included an ad promoting WWE content on YouTube; featured an ad promoting Tribute to the Troops with Miss Puggy and Flo Rida; included an ad promoting the Rolling Stone’s pay-per-view on Dec. 15; featured a backstage segment in which Dolph Ziggler told Vickie Guerrero to give him a rematch against John Cena at TLC and he would steal the show; moments later, Vickie walked into her office to find Maddox, with his own cameraman; following the commercial break, Vickie questioned Maddox as to why he thought he was worthy of a WWE contract, then offering him one should he win his match later in the night; included an ad promoting WWE touts; featured a backstage segment in which Vince McMahon told a stagehand he wanted to see Vickie in the ring; included an ad promoting The Attitude Era on DVD; featured a “Did you know?” graphic which read Smackdown was the #2 longest running episodic show on TV, with Raw being #1; included an in-ring segment in which Vickie introduced McMahon, who pushed on Vickie the idea of Ziggler facing Cena in a ladder match at TLC with Ziggler’s Money in the Bank title shot on the line; McMahon then suggested to Vickie that Punk should be punished should it be revealed he was working with the Shield, with Vickie saying Heyman would face Ryback the following week if that were the case; featured an ad promoting Kid Rock appearing as part of Tribute to the Troops; included a backstage segment in which Vickie yelled at referee Charles Robinson for the Sheild attacking Randy Orton, with Ziggler interrupting and blaming Vickie for putting him in a ladder match against Cena for his Money in the Bank title shot; Ziggler then said Vickie was becoming just like AJ in her role as GM; moments later, Heyman appeared and glared at Vickie before she said he better hope that Punk would tell the truth later in the show; after Heyman left, Cena walked in and thanked Vickie for making the match with he and Ziggler; featured an ad promoting ‘The Day’ on DVD; included the announcement Randy Orton would face Wade Barrett on Smackdown; featured a closing in-ring segment of Miz TV in which Miz introduced a representative of the local sheriff’s department and then brought out Punk and Heyman; after Miz and Punk had words, Miz began asking Punk questions as a graphic on the big screen charted whether Punk was answering truthfully; after establishing a baseline, Miz questioned whether Punk was working with Maddox and the Sheild, with the Sheild then jumping Miz at ringside, destroying the set, and attacking him in the ring; Miz then sustained the triple team powerbomb before WWE Tag Team Champions Kane & Daniel Bryan ran out; after they too were beaten down, Ryback ran out and attacked Ambrose in the corwd as Bryan & Kane gained the upper hand at ringside; moments later, Punk was left in the ring with Miz, still beaten down; Punk then kicked Miz out of the ring and posed before Ryback returned to the ring and dropped him with Shellshocked; Ryback then assaulted Punk with a ladder and steel chair before dropping him with a powerbomb through a table set up in the ring to end the show:
WWE Tag Team Champions Daniel Bryan & Kane defeated Darren Young & Titus O’Neil in a non-title match at 11:26 when Bryan pinned Young with a roll over; prior to the bout, Kane took the mic and challenged Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose, and Roman Reigns — shown in the crowd — to come to the ring and fight them; during the contest, the members of Sheild were shown coming down from different sides of the arena; after the match, they jumped the barricade and assaulted the champions as the crowd chanted “Feed me more;” eventually, Bryan sustained a triple-team powerbomb; moments later, they escaped back into the crowd
AJ pinned Tamina with a roll up at 3:20
John Cena & Sheamus defeated World Heavyweight Champion the Big Show & Dolph Ziggler at 11:56 when Cena pinned Ziggler with the FU after Sheamus dropped Show with the White Noise
Damien Sandow pinned Santino Marella with the neckbreaker at around the 6-minute mark after avoiding a headbutt off the top; prior to the bout, Sandow said he was looking for an apprentice and looked to the crowd to find someone; moments later, he pulled a man from the crowd and asked him several questions until the man got one wrong, then calling him stupid and telling him to leave the country; moments later, Marella came out and tried to quiz Sandow, before Sandow knocked him down; following the bout, the announce team told fans to send Touts to Sandow in an attempt to stump him (the match began during the commercial break)
Alberto Del Rio defeated Sin Cara via submission with the cross armbreaker at 12:40; Ricardo Rodriguez served as ADR’s ring announcer for the bout Randy Orton pinned Brad Maddox with the RKO at 1:17; stipulations stated Maddox would earn a WWE contract if he won; immediately after the contest, Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose, & Roman Reigns ran out and triple teamed Orton and dropped him with the triple team powerbomb
WWE US Champion Antonio Cesaro defeated WWE IC Champion Kofi Kingston, Wade Barrett, and R-Truth at 12:26 by pinning Kingston with the Neutralizer, moments after Kingston hit the spin kick to the face to Barrett; only the US title was at stake; following the ring entrances, Teddy Long appeared and said the initially scheduled tag team match between Kingston & Truth and Cesaro & Barrett would now be a title match for either the IC or US title, then told fans to tweet their vote; following the commercial break, it was revealed the US title won at 83% to the IC title’s 17%

WWE @ Greensboro, NC – Coliseum – January 4, 2014
Sin Cara defeated Ryback
Alexander Rusev defeated Zack Ryder
Nikki & Brie Bella defeated Alicia Fox & Aksana
The Great Khali defeated Curtis Axel
Dolph Ziggler pinned Alberto Del Rio
WWE Tag Team Champions Goldust & Cody Rhodes defeated Jack Swagger & Antonio Cesaro
Tensai fought Brodus Clay to a no contest when Kane attacked Tensai, with Clay then leaving ringside
The Big Show pinned Kane with the punch to the face
John Cena defeated WWE World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton via disqualification when Orton hit a low blow; after the match, Cena hit Orton with the FU