Full Preview for WWE Main Event Featuring Kofi Kingston and Curtis Axel

The Doctor Chris MuellerFeatured ColumnistFebruary 19, 2014

Credit: WWE.com

Welcome to your weekly spoiler-free preview of WWE Main Event. Here you will get a rundown of all of the matches set to take place and the possible effects on any storylines, or lack thereof.

This week features the usual three matches with the usual lack of attention to storylines, but that is only a bad thing if you need every match to be about the current angles.

Since the launch of the WWE Network is right around the corner, we can expect to see and hear a fair amount of hyping during the show.

Let's take a look at the matches scheduled for Main Event this week.


The Shield vs. Los Matadores and Sin Cara

Los Matadores and Sin Cara were fed to The Wyatt Family for an easy win last week, so seeing them fed to the team The Wyatts are facing at Elimination Chamber is no surprise.

This is just a match to keep The Shield warmed up for Sunday, and it is extremely unlikely that this will end any other way but with a Shield victory.

With the three luchadors being good at selling and hitting high spots, this match does have the possibility to be exciting, but not surprising.

What will be interesting to watch is whether or not the members of The Shield show any signs of their recent issues or if they will remain a cohesive unit.


Cameron vs. Aksana

Another week, another Divas match without the champion or the top contender.

Cameron and Aksana have both made improvements in the ring in recent months, but seeing them carry a singles match by themselves might not be very exciting.

Naomi is still injured, and that means Cameron has a chance to prove she has value on her own in this match. Hopefully expectations are exceeded in this one, which wouldn't be that hard since they are low to begin with.


Curtis Axel vs. Kofi Kingston

Not only have we seen this match plenty of times, but we have even seen it on Main Event within the past few weeks.

Axel and Kofi have good chemistry in the ring, and they are usually able to put on a good show, but the more we see them face off without any kind of a feud, the less interesting it becomes.

Having a show every week that leaves the big storylines out of it is sometimes a nice change of pace, but this week's show features three matches that simply don't live up to the Main Event title of the show.

Like the previous matches, there is always potential for an entertaining encounter, but this is not likely to be anything special.

That's it for this week. Are you looking forward to any of the matches set for Main Event, or is this week's show skippable?


Thanks for reading, and follow me on Twitter @BR_Doctor.