Kofi Kingston def. Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler (Disqualification; Non-Title Match) Luke Gallows & Serena def. Big Show & Kelly Kelly Christian def. Drew McIntyre Alberto Del Rio def. Rey Mysterio
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. – In his WWE debut, Alberto Del Rio caught the attention of the entire WWE Universe by making Rey Mysterio tap out! And, World Heavyweight Champion Kane explained the attack on his own brother, The Undertaker.
Alberto Del Rio def. Rey Mysterio (PHOTOS | WATCH) Alberto Del Rio arrived in grand style by driving into the Rabobank Arena in a Rolls Royce. And as he approached the ring, he was introduced by his very own personal ring announcer. Leading up to the big night, Del Rio touted himself in a series of videos (WATCH).
When all the hype and talking were over, and Del Rio finally stepped in the ring, he backed up his words with a huge win over veteran Rey Mysterio by making him tap out with a cross armbreaker. Adding insult to injury, Del Rio locked Rey in the same hold after the match was over to deliver more punishment.
What’s next from this potent 6-foot-5 Superstar? (More on Del Rio)
The Undertaker’s return announced! (WATCH) SmackDown General Manager Theodore Long informed Kane that The Undertaker will return to SmackDown next week. Undaunted by the news, The Big Red Monster claimed the night will be "hell on earth."
Christian def. Drew McIntyre (PHOTOS | WATCH) With “Dashing” Cody Rhodes watching the action as part of the announce team, Christian got the pinfall over Drew McIntyre. Afterward, Rhodes and McIntyre launched an ugly assault on the veteran. After repeatedly stomping on him in the ring, Matt Hardy came to the rescue. Although Hardy held his own – dishing out some punishment of his own – he too ended up on the receiving end of a beating from the aggressive duo. When the dust settled, the two young Superstars stood tall over the fallen veterans.
World Heavyweight Champion Kane explained attacking The Undertaker (WATCH) Kane offered a look inside the mind of a monster when he described why he attacked his own brother, saying The Phenom’s pride was his ultimate undoing.
Luke Gallows & Serena def. Big Show & Kelly Kelly (PHOTOS | WATCH) In her in ring debut, Serena earned her first victory by dropping Kelly Kelly with a gutbuster.
Kofi Kingston def. Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler by Disqualification (PHOTOS | WATCH) After The Nexus crashed their Intercontinental Championship Match at SummerSlam (PHOTOS), reigning champion Dolph Ziggler and Kofi Kingston picked up where they left off in their battle for the prestigious title. On this night, it was Official SmackDown Consultant Vickie Guerrero who interrupted things when she pushed Kingston from the top rope. Although her actions caused an immediate disqualification for her boyfriend, the title cannot change hands on a disqualification. After the bell, Ziggler went to work by dropping Kingston with the Zig Zag, then locking him a sleeper and finally stomping on his defenseless body.
Alberto Del Rio felt Rey Mysterio's wrath (PHOTOS | WATCH) At the start of the night, Alberto Del Rio interrupted Rey Mysterio’s address to the WWE Universe to tout himself. After taunting The Master of the 619, Del Rio accepted Mysterio’s challenge to go one-on-one. After he got in a few more insults, Del Rio felt Mysterio’s wrath with a slap to the face and 619.
We kick Impact off with Hardy fighting Abyss before the show even started. Hardy had been waiting for Abyss to arrive and was biting at the bit to get a hold of him. Backstage they throw each other around and beat on each other before taking it to the ring where there is a couple of fans and the commentators have just arrived as well. They hit each other with the mop before Hardy clobbers Abyss with a chair, then Abyss chokes him with a extension cord. As they head outside, security stop Hardy (Gunner and Murphy). Eric Bischoff inside the ring now. He apologizes for what happened last week to RVD and saids he has 117 stitches, punctured organs, and is a mess. He also says he will always have a home in TNA, but they have decided to vacate the Heavyweight Title and have a knockout tournament for the title with the top 8 contenders. Next we have a new segment it seems, player of the week. Brutus Magnus is this weeks player of the week and they recap his progress and a short interview. Next Masdison Rayne, shoots a good heel interview and says she just wants to get her title and get the hell out of here.
1: First match of the Heavyweight quarterfinals is Rob Terry vs Jeff Hardy. Hardy with strikes then Terry with a front powerslam. Terry with a chokeslam off the second rope with Hardy’s assistance. Terry shoulder blocks in the corner then Hardy drop toe hold into the other corner followed by kicks in the corner, 2 count. Whisper in the wind by Hardy, just 2 count. Clothesline by Terry catches Hardy mid air, then two spin kicks then Hardy reverses with Twist Of Fate then the Swanton Bomb for the 1,2,3, your winner, Jeff Hardy. Recap of Whole F’N Show last week and Rob being taking away in a ambulance. Hogan on the phone says he built the company around RVD and he wants to quit and he doesn’t think he can go on.
2: Next quarterfinal match Jay Lethal vs Mr Anderson. Taz asks why Lethal is wearing Hogans colours is he kissing but now or what. Lock up, shoulder block by Anderson then series of reversals from both. Hip toss dropkick by Lethal, 2 count. The Plunge by Anderson, some strikes and reverse elbow for 2 count. Atomic Drop by Lethal then clothesline and 2 count by Anderson. Hand spring back elbow by Lethal, then some strikes in the corner and misses with the springboard dropkick and Mr Anderson hits the Mic Drop, 1,2,3, your winner, Mr Anderson! Backstage with Angelina Love talking about her upcoming fight with Madison and the fact the Mystery Woman will be there as well, she saids she has some back up too so she is not worried. Recap of The Motor City Machine Guns series with Beer Money and how the are not only the best in the company but also the world and they will be in action next week.
3: Madison Rayne vs Angelina Love for the Knockouts Championship. Madison arrives on the bike with the Mystery Woman. Angelina comes out with the vivacious Velvet Sky. Angelina goes after the Mystery Woman, Velvet eats the steps courtesy of Madison. Legal girls in the ring now. X-Rated knee strikes by Madison for 2 count. Knee strikes by Madison then reverse neck cutter by Angelina, front power slam then Mystery woman grabs Angelina’s leg then Velvet hits her and returns the favour before Angelina Love hits the Botox Injection and gets the 1,2,3, still Knockouts Champion, Angelina Love! Velvet and Angelina pose in ring before getting attacked by the other two. Another recap of the end of The Whole F’N Show. Fortune in the ring now with Flair adding Doug Williams to there roster as well as Matt Morgan. A.J says he built the house of TNA but Dixie comes out and says she owns it, then calls out EV2.0. Dixie announces that EV2.0 all have contracts now. Dreamer says if Dixie says they could go to the ring and kick there ass they would. Mick Foley then saids he is sorry he told him he should come to TNA. Dreamer says Abyss is going to get his, but first Dreamer and A.J are gunna get it on tonight!
4: Next Heavyweight quarterfinal is Doug Williams versus Kurt Angle. Headlock takedown by Kurt then strikes by Doug Williams. European uppercut outside by Williams then scoop slam inside followed by 3 knee drops and 2 count. More strikes by Williams and a gutwrench suplex for 2. Kurt with clothesline, back drop, and overhead belly to belly. Running knee to the chest by Doug and european uppercut off the top rope. Kurt with 3 German suplex’s and 2 count. Angle Slam reversed then Williams goes for Rolling Chaos but Angle reverses into a Ankle lock and gets the submission, your winner, Kurt Angle! Sting and Nash head to the ring. Nash says hes been called a cancer before, but after 28 operations he is out there cause he loves to do what he does, and no one will tell him what to do, if they want his spot, come and take it. He says the cancer is not in the ring it is out the back. Jarret says Nash is the cancer and he never will change. He then says Sting has many skeletons in his closet. He says guys out the back are sick of there shit and TNA is far better off with Bischoff and Hogan there (met with a couple of boos and one guy clapping). Jarrett says he is gunna go down there and kick there ass. Hogan comes out and joins Jeff, they head to the ring, as they are in the ring the lights go out and all four men are laid out by Fortune. Pope talks of his upcoming match and the opportunity to get the title. EV2.0 backstage, Dreamer and Raven argue whether to hit them now or wait till later.
5: Next Heavyweight quarterfinal is Matt Morgan vs The Pope. Pope with strikes, but Morgan grabs him and throws to the corner before Pope rapid fire punches in the corner followed by delayed elbow drop. Morgan with discus clothesline, followed by foot choke and rapid elbow strikes. Morgan with his cocky sideslam. Pope with strikes and top rope sunset flip, but then Morgan with a two handed choke slam. Morgan then with a leapfrog body guillotine. Outside he slams him into the side of the mat, before going for the Carbon Footprint but misses and hits the post, Pope then hits the DDE, drags him to the middle of the mat, 1,2,3, your winner The Pope! We see what is going to go down at No Surrender, Jeff Hardy vs Kurt Angle, Mr Anderson vs The Pope on September 5. Mick Foley says he is part of EV2.0 and he doesn’t know whether to go all guns blazing or do as his doctor said and wait.
6: Main event of the evening, Tommy Dreamer vs A.J Styles. Dreamer knocks him down and then A.J gets back body dropped out of the ring before Dreamer does a rolly polly off the apron onto him, lol. Scoop Slam by Dreamer onto the mat. A.J with strikes in the ring but Dreamer reverses into a running powerslam, before Flair like chops. Dreamer with a overhead pumphandle slam and 2 count. Nice kick to the head by A.J before he attacks Dreamers stitches with punches and opens him up. Scoop slam by A.J before a hang time knee drop. Dreamer with a sunset flip with a 2 count. A.J with a flawless dropkick then a chinlock. Back drop suplex by Dreamer, then A.J hits the Pele then goes for Superman but Dreamer reverses with a atomic drop. Fortune comes out and EV2.0 follow and all hell breaks loose. Abyss comes out from under the ring and hits the Blackhole Slam on Tommy Dreamer, A.J covers him for the 1,2,3, winner, A.J Styles!
Yoshi Tatsu def. Primo Vance Archer & Curt Hawkins def. MVP & JTG Jack Swagger def. Chris Masters
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Jack Swagger def. Chris Masters (PHOTOS | WATCH) It was the Ankle Lock vs. The Master Lock in this heated battle between the conceited Jack Swagger and the powerful Chris Masters. With The Masterpiece having the strength advantage going into this confrontation, the big man attempted to destroy Swagger with some serious power maneuvers. But the former World Heavyweight Champion was able to use his submission expertise to take away Masters’ arm strength and cinch in a painful Ankle Lock for a hard-fought victory.
Vance Archer & Curt Hawkins def. MVP & JTG (PHOTOS | WATCH) They say anything can happen on “WWE Superstars” and that was certainly true tonight as the singles match between Vance Archer and MVP erupted into a wild tag team brawl. The wildness started when the aggressive Curt Hawkins attacked The Ballin’ Superstar on the outside of the ring and JTG ran down to even the score. Although this would regularly lead to a No Contest, SmackDown General Manager Teddy Long decided to turn the match into a tag contest. Unfortunately for MVP & JTG, this decision did not work out in their favor as they were bested by the impressive young team of Archer & Hawkins.
Yoshi Tatsu def. Primo (PHOTOS | WATCH) The heated rivalry between international standouts Yoshi Tatsu and Primo continued on “WWE Superstars” this Thursday with each young talent desperately clawing for the victory. Although they have traded wins in the past, it was the Japanese Superstar who came out on top tonight, dropping his arrogant opponent with a devastating spinning heel kick from the top rope.
Zack Ryder def. Michael McGillicutty Kaval def. Husky Harris Kofi Kingston def. Alex Riley
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. – In the most exciting and shocking week of season two competition on WWE NXT, a pair of NXT Rookies’ dreams were shattered. Just three NXT Rookies remain on the road to discovering WWE’s next breakout star!
Husky Harris eliminated (PHOTOS | WATCH) In the final elimination of the night, NXT Rookie Husky Harris was voted out of the competition. The “Army tank with a Ferrari engine,” who was a third-generation competitor, won’t be WWE’s next breakout star – a fact his WWE Pro, “Dashing” Cody Rhodes, revealed he isn’t too pleased about. After the announcement that Harris was going home, Rhodes went on the attack, screaming at the remaining competitors, even assaulting Kaval, resulting in mayhem among the NXT Rookies and WWE Pros.
Kofi Kingston def. Alex Riley (PHOTOS | WATCH) After his appearance on Raw the night before where he helped his WWE Pro, The Miz, attack and berate a returning Daniel Bryan, NXT Rookie Alex Riley went one-on-one against another WWE Pro, Kofi Kingston. But on WWE NXT, the Varsity Villain couldn’t bully his way to a win over for the former Intercontinental Champion. Kingston schooled the NXT Rookie, defeating him with Trouble in Paradise just moments before the night’s final live elimination. With his week 11 loss, Riley’s record dropped to 4-4.
Kaval def. Husky Harris (PHOTOS | WATCH) NXT Rookie rivals Kaval and Husky Harris met in singles action again this week. While the “Army tank with a Ferrari engine” has defeated WWE Universe favorite Kaval in all of their past one-on-one matches, Harris wasn’t as fortunate this week. Kaval tapped into his arsenal of impressive offense to finally defeat and quiet a cocky Harris before the night’s last elimination. With his loss, Harris’ record fell to 4-4, while Kaval's improved to 3-5. (WATCH: Harris approaches Michelle McCool)
Zack Ryder def. Michael McGillicutty (PHOTOS | WATCH) After the elimination of “Showtime” rocked the WWE Universe, the fearless Michael McGillicutty faced off with Zack Ryder in an NXT Rookie vs. WWE Pro match. McGillicutty surely impressed the WWE Pros – including his Pro, Kofi Kingston who was at ringside – with his efforts, but could not pull off a victory over The Long Island Loudmouth. Ryder sealed his opponent’s fate with a Rough Ryder. With his week 11 loss, McGillicutty’s record fell to 6-3.
NXT Rookies Open Mic, “Showtime” Percy Watson eliminated (PHOTOS | WATCH) In a special, live double elimination night of WWE NXT, the final five competitors had one last chance to plead their cases to the WWE Pros during the NXT Rookies Open Mic. While some of the WWE Pros were traveling in Asia, they were able to cast their absentee ballots in the NXT Poll to help determine who is one step closer to becoming WWE’s next breakout star.
After the votes of the WWE Universe were combined with those of the WWE Pros, the NXT Poll results were revealed live. The first NXT Rookie to be eliminated during week 11 of competition was “Showtime” Percy Watson!
Wade Barrett def. Chris Jericho Michael Tarver def. Daniel Bryan Justin Gabriel def. Randy Orton by Count-out David Otunga & Skip Sheffield def. John Morrison & R-Truth Jillian, Alicia Fox & Maryse def. Divas Champion Melina, Eve & Gail Kim Heath Slater def. Edge by Count-out John Cena def. Darren Young
LOS ANGELES – When Team WWE dismantled The Nexus at SummerSlam the night before, it appeared that the sun had finally set on the seven deadly sinners. On Monday night, however, the group’s members, with the exception of one, each survived in singles competition, offering The Nexus hope that a new day may have finally dawned.
John Cena def. Darren Young (PHOTOS | WATCH) A perfect record hung heavy on the shoulders of Darren Young. Each of his teammates from The Nexus had been victorious in their matches against Team WWE members. Now it was his turn. His obstacle, however, would prove particularly momentous. Young must face Team WWE’s de facto leader and the man who severely beat him down last month, John Cena.
Also weighing heavy on Young was the fact that were he to lose, he would be banished from The Nexus. With that in mind, the bout underwent a series of momentum shifts until, finally, Cena asserted his imposing will. The force of such a powerhouse was too much for Young to bear as he faded in defeat.
In the aftermath, The Nexus approached the ring. Although Cena prepared himself for the worst, his tormentors allowed him to leave unharmed. Instead, they circled their true target: Young. After punishing their only failed member, the remaining six members of The Nexus stood tall.
Heath Slater def. Edge by Count-out (PHOTOS | WATCH) The similarities are undeniable. Both Heath Slater and Edge boast long, flowing locks and a penchant for rockstar style, but that’s where the comparison ends. Prior to their match, Slater attempted to convince The Rated-R Superstar to throw the match. For Edge, the request was tantamount to asking him to listen to the Jonas Brothers.
Once in the ring, the two engaged in an athletic clash of wills. At one point, the action even spilled out of the ring. As the referee continued his count, it was Slater who finally managed to dart back into the squared circle to avoid the count-out while his opponent seethed on the outside in defeat before nailing Slater with a Spear.
Jillian, Alicia Fox & Maryse def. Divas Champion Melina, Eve & Gail Kim (PHOTOS | WATCH) Melina was clearly distracted. The newly-minted Divas Champion had teamed with Eve & Gail Kim against Alicia Fox, Jillian & Maryse, but she appeared leery of a surprise visit from co-Women’s Champions Michelle McCool & Layla. After all, the pair had ganged up on her at SummerSlam just moments after she captured the Divas Title.
The threat from Team Lay-Cool never materialized, but Melina and Gail were indeed distracted. When the Divas left the ring to battle Alicia and Maryse, Jillian took advantage and rolled up an unsuspecting Eve for the win.
David Otunga & Skip Sheffield def. John Morrison & R-Truth (PHOTOS | WATCH) The locomotive of The Nexus continued to steam toward perfection. This time, the conductors were David Otunga & Skip Sheffield, who were tasked with derailing Team WWE’s John Morrison & R-Truth in tag team action. As the rest of The Nexus squad watched intently on a monitor in the locker room area, Otunga and Sheffield capitalized on their size and strength advantage to pull apart their opponents and retain their positions within The Nexus.
Justin Gabriel def. Randy Orton by Count-out (PHOTOS | WATCH) The Nexus’ South African cyclone, Justin Gabriel, was scheduled to compete against Bret Hart, but Raw’s mystery GM had other ideas. Citing his animosity toward “Hit Man,” the GM instead arranged for a new opponent, Randy Orton.
The Viper appeared to have Gabriel securely wrapped in his grip when WWE Champion Sheamus paid an unannounced visit. The Celtic Warrior, who had lost by disqualification to Orton the night before, clashed outside the ring with his SummerSlam rival, handing Gabriel the win by count-out. As one might imagine, the loss did not sit well with Orton, who slithered back into the ring to RKO Gabriel. Outside the squared circle, Orton proved just as unrelenting in his counterattack on the Irishman, who also received an RKO as well as several lashes from a metal folding chair.
Michael Tarver def. Daniel Bryan (PHOTOS | WATCH) In his first appearance on Raw since suffering a vicious beating at the hands of The Nexus, Daniel Bryan appeared determined to level his opponent, Nexus masked man Michael Tarver. Although his efforts seemed to be paying dividends, Daniel Bryan had to contend with unfinished business from the previous night.
At SummerSlam, Daniel Bryan was selected as the seventh man on Team WWE, a position The Miz felt belonged to him. As a result, the United States Champion interfered in Daniel Bryan’s bout, causing a distraction, which allowed Tarver to slide in for the win. As if he hadn’t done enough, Miz, with his NXT Rookie Alex Riley along to take notes, then drove his rival's head into the Money in the Bank briefcase.
Wade Barrett def. Chris Jericho (PHOTOS | WATCH) In arguably his most impressive victory to date, Wade Barrett defeated his former WWE Pro Chris Jericho in convincing fashion. As leader of The Nexus, Barrett needed to secure the win to save face and motivate his troops, who had suffered a disheartening loss the night before at SummerSlam.
John Cena confronted The Nexus; Raw’s General Manager arranged The Nexus vs. Team WWE in singles matches (PHOTOS | WATCH) There was simply no hiding from the truth. Team WWE had defeated The Nexus in their match at SummerSlam, and yet Wade Barrett was attempting to spin the crushing defeat into a rallying cry for his six disciples.
What he was serving up, though, was some weak tea – and John Cena knew it. The Team WWE founder confronted Barrett about his squad’s performance, which rankled the band of outlaws. Their pride wounded, members of The Nexus began to turn on each other, assigning blame for the defeat. The backbiting escalated until Raw’s anonymous General Manager interrupted the meltdown to announce that each member of The Nexus would face a member of Team WWE in singles competition, beginning with Barrett facing down his WWE Pro, Chris Jericho.
For the members of The Nexus, the singles matches have given them an opportunity to weed out any weaknesses. As they all agreed, any member who does not win their match is no longer in The Nexus.
Matt Hardy taking time off from WWE? Posted by Roscoe De Soto on 08/16/2010 at 11:11 PM
Matt Hardy noted on his Twitter account on Saturday that he will likely be taking some time away from the squared circle as a result of WWE’s ’stringent health and wellness policies’.
“Thx 4 everyone who has been concerned about my foot being jammed between the steel steps,” Hardy wrote. “It was bad-it felt like my foot was bein cut off. Didn’t plan to take my boot off, but I had to immediately see how bad my foot was injured. Keep in mind, it bled thru my sock & ankle tape.
“I will most likely have to miss some ring time due to WWE’s stringent health & wellness policies. I’m sorry if I do guys & gals.”
Scott Hall enters WWE-sponsored rehab Posted by Roscoe De Soto on 08/16/2010 at 11:06 PM
New Jersey based promotion Pro Wrestling Syndicate issued the following statement concerning former WWE performer Scott Hall:
Scott Hall was booked as our Guest Commissioner for this Sunday’s Pro Wrestling Syndicate event in Fairfield, Connecticut.
I just received a phone call from Hall’s booking agent Lenny informing me that Hall has been sent to a 50 day mandatory rehab facility in Texas by his probation officer. I am being told that the WWE is funding Hall’s rehab.
That being said, Scott Hall will not be appearing at PWS this Sunday or at any of his other scheduled bookings this weekend which includes a wrestling show in Brooklyn and several autograph signings.
Early notes on Daniel Bryan's WWE return Posted by Roscoe De Soto on 08/16/2010 at 03:50 AM
- Daniel Bryan was trending worldwide on Twitter after making his WWE return at tonight’s Summerslam PPV.
- WWE did the best they could in keeping Bryan’s return a surprise. Several people who were backstage at Summerslam all afternoon had no idea Bryan was even there until he showed up. The first word about Bryan being there leaked around 8pm EST.
- WWE has added Bryan back on the RAW roster so it looks like he’s back full-time now.
WWE SummerSlam Results - August 15, 2010 Posted by Andy Steven on 08/15/2010 at 10:04 PM
- WWE’s SummerSlam pay-per-view opens up with a nice video package, focusing on Nexus attempt at taking over RAW. We see highlights of their past few months on RAW.
- And we’re live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles as the pyro goes off. Michael Cole says the future direction of WWE is at stake tonight as he welcomes us to a packed house for SummerSlam. Cole has Jerry Lawler and Matt Striker at ringside with him.
WWE Intercontinental Title Match: Kofi Kingston vs. Dolph Ziggler We go right to the ring for tonight’s first match. Out comes the WWE Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler, with Vickie Guerrero at his side. Vickie takes the mic and tells everyone to excuse her. Vickie repeats herself but the music of Kofi Kingston interrupts her. Out comes Kofi to the ring.
The bell rings and Kingston wastes no time. Kingston punches and kicks at Ziggler before clotheslining him over the rope. Kofi tries for a suicide dive, but Vickie pulls Ziggler out of the way and Kofi crashes into the barricade.
Kofi is able to make it back into the ring where Ziggler brings the attack right to him with a big neckbreaker that’s good for a near fall. Ziggler locks in a sleeper hold, but Kofi is able to fight back up to his feet. Ziggler hits Kingston with a boot to the stomach and chokes him on the bottom rope, but Kofi is able to mount a comeback with a series of kicks. Ziggler is able to send Kofi face first into the middle turnbuckle for another near fall. Ziggler locks in a rear chin lock, continuing to work Kofi over.
Kofi tries to fight out, but Ziggler continues to put on the pressure, not letting up with the rear chin lock. Kofi fights up to his feet and pounds at Ziggler’s midsection, making his way out of the hold. Ziggler also missed a splash in the corner, allowing Kofi to catch his breath. Kofi hits Ziggler with a series of strikes before hitting a big dropkick. Kingston hits a Thesz press and punches away at Ziggler before going for the boom drop.
A series of pinfalls leads to a series of near falls, and Ziggler is able to connect with a rocker dropper to put Kingston down. Ziggler goes for the pin, but he still only scores a two count. Kofi goes to the top rope and connects with a single axe handle smash. Kingston goes for Trouble in Paradise, but he misses and Ziggler is able to lock in a sleeper hold. The Nexus make their way out to the ring and take out both Ziggler and Kingston.
Ziggler is sent out of the ring and the Nexus surround Kingston. Kingston tries to fight his way out, but the Nexus just lay waste to Kofi, taking him down and just continuing to beat on him. Young hits his weird full nelson slam, and Barret picks up Kingston for the fireman’s carry slam. Nexus lays out Kofi and stand over him.
- After the beatdown, Wade Barrett takes the mic and says that was just a preview of the beatdown they have for Team WWE later tonight. Barrett says they are currently looking for their 7th member but it won’t matter who they get. Wade says the RAW roster is so messed up they can’t compete with Nexus. Barrett says Nexus is the most destructive force in WWE history. Barrett says they are united behind a common purpose. Barrett says the WWE and the rest of the world needs to know, you’re either Nexus or you’re against us. Barrett drops the mic and Nexus leaves the ring as we go to replays.
- We go backstage with Chris Jericho talking to The Miz. Jericho talks about what Nexus just did in the ring. Jericho is trying to talk Miz into joining Team RAW. Edge appears and he’s eating a Slim Jim. Miz tells them he’s not sure if he wants to make Nexus a priority but he will let them know. Miz walks off but comes back and snatches Edge’s Slim Jim and walks back off. Edge tells Jericho he thinks they’ve got him.
WWE Divas Title Match: Melina vs. Alicia Fox We go to the ring and out comes the WWE Divas Champion Alicia Fox. The challenger, Melina, is out next to a big pop from the crowd. Melina is wearing a special costume with feathers. The bell rings and here we go.
Both women stare each other down. They lock up and Melina is able to back Fox up into the corner. Another lock up and this time Fox locks in a headlock. Fox utilizes a headlock takeover and grounds her by holding on to said headlock. Melina is able to fight up to her feet and into the ropes to break the hold. Fox pushes Melina off and Melina responds with a single leg takedown. Melina puts Fox in between the second and third rope and comes down on her with a double knee drop.
Fox charges Melina and ends up driven face first into the mat. Fox charge Melina into the corner and Melina jumps up and over, looking to injure her knee, but she stops selling it pretty immediately with a big kick to Fox’s face. Fox works on Melina’s arm with a big knee drop to the shoulder before locking in an arm bar. Melina fights back up to her feet, but Fox is able to send her into the corner. Fox charges and she eats a boot to the stomach. a quick roll up leads to a one count for Melina. Melina hits Fox with a couple of strikes, screams, and hits a double knees to Fox’s back before connecting with a big facebuster. Melina covers Fox, and gets the three count.
Winner and New WWE Diva’s Champion: Melina
- After the match, Josh Matthews gets in the ring to interview the new WWE Divas Champion. Melina is emotional. Matthews is interrupted by Layla and Michelle McCool from SmackDown. They walk to the ring and mock her for being proud of winning. They say she looks good… not. Layla says they have taken off all SmackDown Divas and have no competition tonight. LayCool enters the ring and says we have three champions in the ring. LayCool continues to mock Melina. Layla goes to pose with Melina for a Twitter photo but Melina shoves her. McCool wants to take a pic with Melina now but Melina pushes her down. Melina starts brawling with LayCool. Layla holds Melina’s feet while McCool kicks her in the face. They beatdown Melina and in comes Alicia Fox to assist them. They kick Melina out to the floor and taunt her some more as their music plays. McCool runs her knee into Melina’s face against the announcer’s table. Melina is laid out at ringside as LayCool head to the back.
- We go ringside and see celebrities Trace Atkins, Michael Clarke Duncan and Marlon Wayans at ringside watching the show. The announcers show us a recap of the feud between Big Show and The Straight Edge Society recently.
Big Show vs. Luke Gallows, Joey Mercury and CM Punk We go to the ring for tonight’s handicap match and out comes The Straight Edge Society with Serena at their side. Punk is wearing a shirt that says “I Broke Big Show’s Hand” and his hair is starting to grow back more. Out next comes Big Show to a big pop from the crowd. A WWE trainer gets on the apron and takes Show’s cast off his injured hand. The storyline is that Big Show is healed and 100%.
Punk lets Gallows and Mercury gets in the ring first, and Mercury charges Big Show, but gets swatted away. Gallows tries and the same happens. Punk regroups his troops, and apparently this match requires tags, but that isn’t enforced. Gallows and Mercury try a double team attack, but Show fights them right off. Punk is staying in the corner grabbing the tag rope. Show picks up Mercury and tosses him over the top rope and out to the floor on top of Gallows.
Punk tries his luck with the Big Show, and he catches a right hand and a big chop across the chest for his troubles. Punk rolls to the outside and Show follows him. Punk catches Show with a throat chop and tries to stomp on Show’s hand, but Show avoids it. Show tries to chop Punk again, but Show connects with the ring steps. The SES uses the opportunity to swarm Show, just laying into him and punching and stomping away before sending him back into the ring.
In the ring they go to work on both of Show’s hands before Gallows hits a big splash on Show. Mercury an Gallows hit elbow drops and Punk follows up with a leg drop. Punk lays into Show with forearms and boots and Gallows launches Mercury into Show before Punk does the same with Gallows. Punk tries to splash Show, but Show comes alive, fighting off all three members of the SES, splashing Mercury and Gallows in the corner before hitting a double clothesline. Show tries for a chokeslam, but Punk kicks Show in the face. Punk hits three high knees in a row, and he calls in Mercury, the two go to the second rope and hit a double bulldog. Mercury covers Show and is launched off at two.
Punk pounds away at Show, but Show is able to get to his feet and get Punk over his shoulders. He catches Mercury in chokeslam position, and Gallows comes in kicking Show in the face. Show dumps Punk over the top ropes. Slams Gallows down, and hits Mercury with a chokeslam, planting him on top of Gallows, while Punk makes his way to the top of the ramp with Serena.
Show pins Gallows and Mercury and gets the three count.
Winner: Big Show
- We see Kane backstage with an open casket. Eerie music is playing in the background. Kane is talking to Undertaker and says vengeance will be theirs once he beats Rey Mysterio tonight. Kane says when he defeats Rey tonight, he will shut the casket lid and end Rey’s existence. Sheamus walks in. Kane asks him what he wants. Sheamus says the casket is too big for Rey Mysterio but it’s perfect size for Randy Orton. Sheamus asks to borrow the casket. Sheamus says he’s doing to drive The Viper right out of the WWE tonight. Kane says no. Sheamus says that’s too bad, because he and Kane could be unstoppable if they were on the same page. Sheamus says that’s fine, because people are calling him the real Big Red Machine. Sheamus tells Kane to stay out of his way. Kane laughs and says he likes Sheamus because he has guts… guts that will be spilled all over the floor if Sheamus interrupts him again. Sheamus walks off.
- We go to the ring but out comes The Miz, WWE’s United States Champion. Miz asks the fans if he should join Team RAW and gets a mixed reaction. Miz says he doesn’t care about what the fans want because in the locker room, everyone wants him to join. Miz says when he arrived today, John Cena came up to him and admitted he was wrong. Miz says Cena got on his knees and begged him to join their team. Miz mocks all of the Team RAW members, saying they have been sucking up to him. Miz says he is WWE’s only hope. Miz says he is the future. Miz disses the Los Angeles Lakers. Miz says yes, he is not going to be joining Team RAW. Miz says he will lead them to victory. Miz says he’s awesome and when the crowd goes to say it with him, he stops them. Miz declares how awesome he is and his music hits as Cole announces that Team RAW has found their seventh member.
WWE Title Match: Randy Orton vs. Sheamus They show a video package showing events leading up to tonight’s WWE Title Match. We go to the ring and out comes the WWE Champion Sheamus. Out next is Randy Orton to a nice reaction from the crowd. Justin Roberts does formal ring introductions as we get ready to go.
Both men lock up, and Sheamus is able to take Orton into the corner. Sheamus backs out and pounds on his chest. Another lock up and Sheamus pushes Orton into the corner again. Sheamus goes to pose again, and Orton kicks him in the gut, taking him into the corner and continuing to work over the midsection with kicks. Sheamus tries to fight back, but Orton takes him right back down to the mat with a big clothesline. Orton stomps away at Sheamus. Sheamus gets back up and tries to fight again, but he eats another clothesline, and another this time to the outside. Orton follows to the outside and he slams Sheamus’ head into the announce table before clotheslining Sheamus into the crowd over the barricade.
Orton beats on Sheamus for a bit, and they make their way back into the ring before the 10 count. Orton goes right back to work on Sheamus, kicking at his joints and hitting a big knee drop to Sheamus’ head. Sheamus tries to crawl to the outside, but Orton catches him with even more stomps before grabbing his legs, and slingshotting him straight into the bottom rope. Sheamus rolls to the outside, and when Orton follows, Sheamus is able to slam him into the barricade. When Sheamus tries to toss Orton into the barricade however, Orton reverses and sends Sheamus shoulder first into the barricade.
Orton breaks the count, and he tries to send Sheamus shoulder first into the ring steps, but Sheamus is able to reverse the Irish whip and turn it around on Orton. Orton rolls back into the ring where Sheamus meets him with a vicious series of stomps before pounding his head. Sheamus goes for a pin, but he’s only able to get a two count. Sheamus brings Orton up to his feet where he hits a wuick short arm clothesline. Sheamus hits a knee drop and goes for another cover and gets another near fall. Sheamus locks in a rear chin lock, but Orton is quick to fight back up to his feet. Sheamus goes for a suplex but Orton blocks and reverses it.
Sheamus rolls out to the apron, but when he comes in, Orton gets him in position for his rope assisted DDT. Sheamus is able to get out of it though, and toss Orton over the top rope to the outside. Sheamus follows and he stomps away at Orton before picking him up and slamming him back first into the barricade. Sheamus picks him right back up and slams him again. Sheamus rolls Orton into the ring and goes right for the pin but only gets two.
Sheamus lets Orton get back to his feet and he hits a big running forearm to Orton’s head. He goes for another pin and gets another two count. Sheamus locks in a modified rear chin lock, with what looks to be an arm bar, and he takes Orton down to the mat. Orton is able to fight his way back up to his feet where he fights out of the submission, only to eat a drop toe hold into the middle turnbuckle. Sheamus gets Orton in position for a reverse DDT and he brings Orton down over his knee. Sheamus goes for two covers, but gets two two counts. Sheamus connects with the Irish Hammer to put Orton down.
Sheamus goes back to work with another rear chin lock, but Orton is able to fight up to his feet. Orton connects with a back body drop to break things up and both men are down.
Sheamus tries to charge Orton in the corner, but Orton avoids it and connects with his signature backbreaker. Orton goes for the cover but he only gets a two count. Both men get back to their feet and they slug it out in the middle of the ring. Orton gets the better of Sheamus with a big European uppercut and a series of clotheslines before hitting a big powerslam. Sheamus misses a spear in the corner and goes shoulder first into the ring post. Orton puts Sheamus on the top tunbuckle and he connects with a big superplex. Orton goes for the pin, but he only gets a two count.
Both men are back up and Sheamus connects with a urunage backbreaker that’s good for a two count. Sheamus gets back to his feet and tries to psych himself up while waiting for Orton to get up. Sheamus goes for the bicycle kick, but Orton ducks it and Sheamus gets hung up in the ropes and falls to the outside.
Sheamus gets back to the ring apron and Orton springs into action with the rope assisted DDT. Orton goes for the RKO, but it looks like Sheamus pushes him off to avoid most of the impact. Sheamus gets to his feet and he goes for the Irish curse, but Orton fights out of it. An attempted RKO is fought off, and Sheamus is able to hit the bicycle kick, but Orton kicks out at two!!! Sheamus throws a tantrum.
Sheamus goes to the outside where he grabs a chair. He rolls into the ring with chair in hand, but the referee is quick to grab it. Sheamus and the ref fight over the chair, and Sheamus ends up pushing the ref to the outside. The ref calls for the bell.
Winner by DQ: Randy Orton
After the match, Sheamus grabs the chair and goes to hit Orton with it. Orton ducks it and kicks Sheamus below the belt, knocking him to the mat. Orton sends Sheamus outside and RKO’s him on top of the announcer’s table. Orton heads to the back as his music plays. WWE officials help Sheamus to his feet but he stumbles and falls. Sheamus is announced as still the WWE Champion.
World Heavyweight Title Match: Rey Mysterio vs. Kane Mysterio's music hits, and he makes his way out to the ring to a large pop from this Los Angeles crowd.
We get a recap of the events leading up to this match, surprise, it's in video package form. Kane is out next, and the champion makes his way to the ring pushing a casket. Kane opens up the lid of the casket to show that it's empty, like some sort of magic trick, before closing it again.
The bell rings and Kane tries to attack Mysterio, but Mysterio kicks Kane in the leg. Kane responds by pounding on Mysterio in the corner, but he misses a splash. Kane is able to connect with a slam, but he misses a leg drop and Mysterio tries to mount an offensive. Kane puts him right back down with a couple of right hands, but Mysterio ducks through Kane's leg and hits a low dropkick. Mysterio goes for a 619, but Kane avoids it and tosses Mysterio to the outside. Mysterio lands on his feet and baits Kane to the outside. Mysterio rolls to the ring, and then hits a dropkick and a senton taking Kane down to the arena floor. Back in the ring, Mysterio goes for the top and Kane grabs him around the throat, but Mysterio rakes his arm over the top rope. Kane catches Mysterio and swats him down to the mat before throwing him down and into the ring post before following up with a low dropkick.
Mysterio rolls to the outside and Kane follows, slamming him twice into the ring post before sending him back into the ring. Kane suplexes Mysterio into the top rope and he hits a big boot that sends him to the outside. Kane quickly rolls Rey into the ring and goes for the cover but he only gets a two count. Kane sends Mysterio into the corner hard, and Mysterio goes down. Kane goes for the cover, but again only gets two. Kane picks Mysterio up into a bear hug and works over Mysterio's ribs.
Mysterio fights out of the submission with a couple of strikes to Kane's head, but he jumps right back into another bear hug. Rey elbows Kane in the head, and he's able to get into sunset flip position, but Kane doesn't budge. He picks Mysterio up and eats a dropkick. Mysterio is able to hit a headscissors, and goes for another 619, but Kane retaliates with a clothesline that's good for a near fall. Kane tosses Mysterio out to the floor where he lands with a pretty sick thud.
Mysterio is able to beat the count and get to the apron, but when he tries to springboard into the ring, Kane catches him with a big boot that sends him right back out to the floor. Kane follows to the outside, but he eats a drop toe hold that sends him face first into the barricade. Both men head back into the ring and Mysterio heads to the top where he hits a diving head butt from the top. Kane comes right back with a big tilt a whirl backbreaker that's good for a near fall.
Another backbreaker from Kane, and this time he stretches Mysterio across his knee. Mysterio fights out of it with knee's to Kane's head, but he runs right into a sidewalk slam and another near fall from Kane. Kane makes his way to the top turnbuckle, but Mysterio catches him and crotches him on the top. Mysterio goes to the top and he tries for a hurricarana, but Kane hangs on and Mysterio crashes to the mat. Kane goes for the clothesline from the top, but Mysterio moves and hits a big tilt a whirl slot drop and both men are down.
Rey hits a seated senton from the top on Kane, and when he gets caught, he counters with a tilt a whirl DDT to put Kane down again. Rey hits a leg drop to the back of Kane's head and hits a giant kick to Kane's head, but it's still not enough to keep Kane down for a three count. Mysterio goes to the top rope, but he leaps right into a big right hand from Kane, that's good for a near fall. Kane looks over at the casket and he opens it and it's still empty. Kane goes for the chokeslam, but Mysterio fights out and almost hits a 619, but Kane is able to push him down into the casket. Rey fights Kane off and hits a springboard dropkick, trying for the 619 again. Kane counters, almost hitting a chokeslam, but another hurricarana leads to a successful 619. Rey is almost able to roll Kane up, but Kane kicks out and is able to hit a giant chokeslam. Kane covers Mysterio and retains.
Winner and STILL World Heavyweight Champion: Kane
Kane gets the mic and says he told Mysterio that he would pay for what he did to his brother, and Mysterio will pay with eternal suffering as hell consumes his soul. Kane says Mysterio is surrounded by darkness within the casket. He looks over at the casket and he opens it, another times it's empty and the crows is disappointed. Mysterio fights Kane off and Kane slams the casket closed. He hits Mysterio with two more chokeslams, which he follows up with a tombstone piledriver. Kane drags Mysterio over to the casket, but the Undertaker is there this time. Kane is shocked as Taker sits up.
Takers gets into the ring and the crowd is going nuts. Kane looks nervous. The brothers are having a stare down. Taker looks pretty rough. Kane points at Mysterio, and Taker walks over to him, kneeling down, and asking if Mysterio's ever heard of an eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth. He says before he makes things right, he asks why Rey did it. I can't hear what Rey said at all, but Taker says he believes him. He grabs Rey around the throat and picks him up to his feet where he lets go of him. He makes the throat cutting motion, but then turns around to look at Kane. Taker points at Kane and grabs him around the throat. Kane smiles and grabs Taker around his throat. Kane overpowers the Undertaker and gets him up for a tombstone piledriver, which plants Taker. Kane hits his pyro, and the music as well, and he stares down at his brother.
Team WWE vs. The Nexus 7-on-7 Elimination Tag Team Match - John Cena, John Morrison, R-Truth, Bret Hart, Edge, Chris Jericho & ?? vs. Wade Barrett, David Otunga, Justin Gabriel, Heath Slater, Darren Young, Skip Sheffield & Michael Tarver
Nexus is shown walking to the ring, and they cut away to show a video package that shows the events leading up to this match, including the Nexus running wild all over Raw, and Cena putting together his own team. Team Nexus make their way out to the ring first, coming out as a unit. Their entrance certainly is impressive. I'll go ahead and say here that this match will probably be difficult to call, so please cut me a little slack with this one.
John Cena's music hits, and he's the first man out for Team WWE, as it looks like they'll all get separate entrances to stretch out this fairly thin PPV. He gets a big pop as he makes his way about halfway down to the ring. Edge is the next man out, and he also gets a pretty big pop. R-Truth is the next man out for Team WWE and he joins his teammates. Chris Jericho is out fourth for his team and he also gets a nice reaction from the crowd.
John Morrison is out next for his time, and surprisingly he doesn't get his usual slo-mo entrance. Bret Hart is out sixth for his team and he gets one of the biggest pops of the night. Hart definitely doesn't look like he'll be doing too much in the ring tonight though. Miz is out last foe his team, but Cena gets on the mic and says wait a second, Miz is too late. Cena says they realized how important this match was, and they couldn't wait for someone to decide the day of SS, so they found someone for the match, and it's not Miz, it's someone that hates the Nexus as much as them, it's DANIEL BRYAN! Things break down into a brawl immediately and the Nexus is thrown to the outside and DANIEL FREAKING BRYAN IS BACK.
Nexus are freaked out that Bryan is back. Bryan and Young start things off for their teams, and Bryan is able to take Young over with a kitchen sink and he follows up with a series of kicks to the back. Huge Daniel Bryan chants. Bryan locks in a guillotine and a crossface and forces Young to tap out and calls out another member of Nexus.
Darren Young is eliminated
Bryan kicks Justin Gabriel in the chest and tags in Jericho who hits a big belly to back suplex. Jericho tags in Truth who comes in and hits Gabriel with a series of right hands. Truth hits a back kick to Gabriels face and connects with a crazy stunner suplex that's good for a near fall.
Gabriel is able to tag out to Tarver who comes in and works over Truth with a combination of lefts and rights. The ref pulls Tarver off. And when Tarver tries to splash Truth, Truth avoids it and tags out to Morrison. Morrison hits a couple of kicks to Tarver's face and follows up with a big flash kick. Morrison connects with Starship Pain on Tarver and gets three.
Michael Tarver has been eliminated
Skip Sheffield is the next man in to take on Morrison. Skip locks up with Morrison and he tosses Morrison away. Another lock up and he tosses Morrison down to the canvas. Morrison slaps Skip across the face, and follows it up with lefts and rights, but Sheffield responds with a big slam. Sheffield stomps at Morrison's ribs before launching Morrison into the corner. Skip clubs Morrison across the back before sending him into the corner again.
Sheffield suplexes Morrison, taking him down to the mat again. Skip picks him up again, and hits another suplex. Another suplex from Sheffield, and this time it leads to a near fall. Sheffield goes to hit Morrison, but Morrison is able to fight back. Morrison catches a kick to the back of the head from Gabriel, and a big clothesline from Skip takes out Morrison. Skip gets the three count.
Morison has been eliminated
R-Truth is in and he eats a big clothesline from Sheffield. Another three count, another elimination.
R-Truth has been eliminated
Jericho comes in and he takes a big gorilla press slam from Sheffield. Wade Barrett makes the tag and he stomps away at Jericho for a second before tagging in Otunga. Otunga hits Jericho with a couple of rights before slamming him down and tagging Barrett back in. Barrett stomps on Jericho some more before locking in a submission.
Jericho is able to fight out of the submission and hit a single leg dropkick from the middle rope. Jericho rolls over to his corner, and Bret Hart makes the tag, as does Heath Slater. Hart pounds on Slater, even getting him in the corner and going to the middle rope. Hart rakes Slater's face across the ropes before tagging him in the midsection. Hart looks pretty good. Hart picks up Slater and slams him before hitting an elbow drop. Hart hits a Manhattan drop and a big right hand to Slater. Hart locks in the Sharpshooter on Slater, but Sheffield makes the tag. Someone tossed a chair in and Hart uses it on Skip, resulting in a DQ.
Hart has been eliminated
Jericho comes in and hits a codebreaker on Sheffield and he tags in Edge. Edge sets up and hits a big spear on Skip. Edge pins Sheffield and it's 4 on 4.
Skip Sheffield has been eliminated
Justin Gabriel is in and he catches a big boot from Edge. Edge sends Gabriel into the corner and follows in with a spear. Sending him across the ring again. Edge picks up Gabrial and plants him face first down on the mat, and it's good for a two count. Gabriel is able to catch Edge with a huge kick to the face, and it's good for a near fall. Gabriel tags out to Slater, who comes in and stomps away at Edge.
Slater tosses Edge to the outside, and when he pulls him back into the ring, he hits him with a right hand before tagging in Barrett. Barrett hits Edge with a head butt before standing on his throat on the bottom rope.
Barrett picks Edge up and slams him head first into the turnbuckle before connecting with a big backbreaker that's good for a near fall. Barrett locks in a rear chin lock.
Edge is able to fight out of the submission and put Barrett down to the mat and Edge tries for the Impaler DDT, but Barrett counters it into a neckbreaker. Otunga tags into the match and he picks Edge up, trying for a spinebuster, but getting an Implant DDT instead. Edge rolls to his corner and he makes the tag to Jericho. Jericho knocks down Otunga with a couple of shoulder blocks before hitting a running bulldog and a giant lionsault from about 3/4 across the ring. Jericho gets Otunga in the Walls, and forces Otunga to tap.
Otunga has been eliminated
Jericho takes it right to Heath Slater on the outside of the ring, slamming him into the announce table before sending him back into the ring and following back in with a flying elbow from the top rope. Slater dodges Jericho though and Jericho runs into Cena, knocking him from the apron. The distraction leads to a big move from Slater. Jericho is pinned.
Jericho is eliminated
Edge and Cena try to get into the ring ant the same time and the argument leads to a roll up on Edge.
Edge has been eliminated
Edge sends Cena off the apron and he and Jericho attack him on the outside. Barrett is back in the match and he wears away on Cena with a couple of right hands. Cena starts to fight back with a couple of right hands of his own, but he walks into a sidewalk slam from Barrett. Cena blocks a suplex from Barrett and he reverses it into a suplex of his own.
Heath Slater tags in and he prevents Cena from making the tag to Bryan. Slater sends Cena into the corner hard, taking him right down to the mat. Slater sends Cena into the opposite corner and Cena charges out both men hitting clotheslines.
Slater tries to prevent Cena from making the tag, but he's not successful. Bryan comes in and connects with a big kick to Slater, and another series of kicks in the corner to Slater. Bryan avoids Slater in the corner with a backflip and he sends Slater to the outside with a running forearm. Bryan follows out with a big suicide dive. Bryan sends Slater into the ring and follows him with a missile dropkick. Bryan takes out the Nexus, kicks out of a roll up, and locks in a crossface, forcing Slater to tap.
Slater is eliminated
Miz comes from the back and whacks Bryan with his briefcase. Barrett steals the victory with a quick pin.
Bryan is eliminated
Barrett goes to the outside and rolls Cena back into the ring, tagging in Gabriel.
Gabriel charges Cena in the corner, but Cena avoids him and connects with a couple of shoulder blocks before hitting a side belly to back suplex and following it up with the five knuckle shuffle. Cena tries for the AA, but Barrett makes the blind tag, coming in and stopping the AA and hitting Cena repeatedly in the head before stomping away. Barrtt and Gabriel stomp away at Cena repeatedly, making quick tags in and out, continuing to stomp at Cena. Barrett finally tags in and lets Cena get up to his feet, only to hit a big boot to send Cena to the outside. Barrett follows out quickly and Gabriel peels back some of the ringside mats.
Barrett DDT's Cena on the concrete. Barrett sends Cena back into the ring and he tags in Gabriel, telling him to go to the top. Gabriel tries for the 450, but Cena moves out of the way. Cena goes for the quick cover, and scores the three count.
Justin Gabriel is eliminated
Barrett comes in and is quickly caught in the STF. Barrett taps out, and this one is over.
Winner: Team WWE; Sole Survivor: John Cena
Cena celebrates in the middle of the ring while the fans get pretty loud. Cena celebrating ends the show.
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