There was an unusual set of circumstances for WWE Main Event this week, that ended up not happening at all.
On Monday, WWE filmed the standard two WWE Main Event matches, with Akira Tozawa vs. Apollo Crews and T-Bar vs. Reggie taking place.
We're told that R-Truth vs. Otis was also planned for Main Event, which would have brought the Main Event tapings to an unusual number of three. However, that didn't end up happening and the match itself was nixed. We're told it was for no other reason than the company opting to remain with the standard number of matches.
There was a bit of conflicting information internally as Ariya Daivari and Shane Helms were listed as individual producers on different run sheets. We've confirmed Helms was to produce the match.
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