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Vince McMahon has been introduced and makes his way to the stage with mic in hand. He said that Bret Hart will not be here tonight and showed the NXT attack on Hart from Raw. Vince said he'd meet with Hart's representatives to see when he would be able to return and that was it. Drew McIntyre's music hit and he made his way to the ring, shaking Vince's hand while making his way to the ring.
While McIntyre was in the ring, Vince was shown getting in his limo and taking off. After Vince left, McIntyre got on the mic and said that Mr. McMahon demanded that Teddy Long come to the ring right now. Long made his way to the ring. McIntyre called him "pathetic" and a "shell of a man." He asked Long to take a ringside seat because he will be handing him the IC title when he wins it tonight, and Long took a seat.
Kofi's music hit and he's making his way to the ring.
Intercontinental Championship Match
Kofi Kingston (c) vs. Drew McIntyre
Kofi started aggressively and trounced McIntyre with his high flying assault before clotheslining him to the outside of the ring. Drew managed to chop block Kofi while Kofi was on the apron, and then back in the ring threw Kofi shoulder first into the steel ring post.
McIntyre stayed in control for most of the match, applying an array of holds to keep Kofi at bay. Kofi was finally able to counter a clothesline from McIntyre moves with a DDT and regained conrol of the match. Kofi was able to get a couple of two-counts. Kofi hit the boom drop and went for Trouble in Paradise, but McIntyre moved out of the way. He went to back suplex Kofi back into the ring, but Kofi was able to shift his weight and cover McIntyre for a two count. McIntyre got back to his feet and regained the advantage.
McIntyre went for the Futureshock, but Kofi got out of the way. Kofi his a tornado DDT and went for a cover, but McIntyre was able to get his foot on the ropes. Kofi leaped onto McIntyre in the corner, but McIntyre turned it into a running powerbomb to get a two count. Kofi out of nowhere hit a SOS, but only got two.
Both men got back to their feet and McIntyre threw Kofi into the corner. Kofi got his legs wrapped his legs around McIntyre, but in the process the ref got knocked out while McIntyre was trying to get out of Kofi's hold. McIntyre hit the Futureshock, but the ref was knocked out. McIntyre grabbed Long from ringside and took off Long's jacket. He took the ref's shirt and threw it to Long to take over as ref. Long put the shirt on and McIntyre went for the cover, but stopped the count after two. McIntyre warned long to make the count or he would drop him.
McIntyre went for Futureshock again but Matt Hardy hit the ring and his a Twist of Fate on McIntyre. Kofi followed up with Trouble in Paradise and Long counted three! Really good match to start the pay-per-view.
Kofi Kingston defeated Drew McIntyre via pinfall to retain the WWE Intercontinental Championship.
Backstage Savannah interviewed The Hart Dynasty, who said it was a hard week with the attack on Bret. They vowed to make Bret proud by beating the Uso's tonight. Smith said that Bret Hart was like a father to him and on this Father's Day, they fight.
The ladies went at it right away, and started going for pinfalls all over the place. Fox and Maryse were able to dump Kim out of the ring and double-teamed Eve. Kim was able to make her way back in the ring and got a submission on Fox, while Eve got an arm-bar on Maryse. Kim went and broke up Eve's hold and the ladies took turns applying arm bars.
Maryse and Fox were able to clear the ring of Kim and Eve and then argued for a bit before Fox shoved Maryse and Maryse then attacked Fox. Eve got back in the ring and truned her attention to Eve, but Kim hit the ring and took out both Maryse and Eve. Kim stayed on offense until she was dragged outside of the ring by Fox.
Back in the ring Eve hit Maryse with a neckbreaker and then hit a moonsault, but Fox got in the ring and threw Eve out and covered Maryse to win the match and the title.
Alicia Fox pinned Eve to win the WWE Divas Championship.
Backstage Big Show approached Rey Mysterio. Mysterio said he's been champion before and he'll do it again. Big Show said that some obstacles are too big, and that he won't hesitate to knock Mysterio out to win the title. Mysterio said that as big as his fist is, his heart is bigger.
Jericho took the mic and said that he's the reason why everyone's watching WWE. He said that he has a problem since he's not the hot topic in the WWE and his protege Wade Barrett is making more noise than he is. Jericho said he's always fought uphill and has done best as the underdog, but now he's at the top and everyone's trying to knock him down. He said he's the best and has a target on his back and was a victim of Bourne last Monday night, so he challenged Bourne to a rematch tonight. Jericho said that Bourne is a flash of the pan and he's going to fade away tonight at the hands of Chris Jericho. Evan Bourne's music hit and he made his way to the ring.
Chris Jericho vs. Evan Bourne
Jericho started off strong until and controlled the opening minutes of the match. There was a loud "Let's go Jericho" chant in the crowd. Jericho missed a charge at Bourne in the corner and went out of the ring, and Bourne followed by climbing to the top rope and landing on Jericho outside of the ring. Jericho quickly regained the advantage when he got back in the ring and dropkicked Bourne outside of the ring. During the match, the announcers kept noting that Jericho's career was in a slump and were wondering why that was.
Jericho was back in control in the ring and stayed in control. Bourne would counter every now and then and nail Jericho with some high flying moves, but Jericho would quickly regain control. Jericho was finally able to sync in the Walls of Jericho, and the fans went wild who are with Jericho tonight. Bourne made the ropes and the fans booed. Jericho continued to dominate the match, knocking Bourne outside of the ring and continuing his assault. Bourne was able to counter with a drop toehold that knocked Jericho into the steps.
Bourne got Jericho back in the ring and came off the top rope with his knees onto Jericho's shoulders, but was only able to get a two count. Jericho regained the advantage and missed a lionsault. Bourne went for missed "Air-Borune" and Jericho hit the codebreaker, but Jericho was slow to cover and Bourne got his foot on the ropes at two. Jericho yelled "stay down," and then went for the Walls but Evan Bourne got Jericho's neck and hit a DDT. Bourne then climbed to the top, but Jericho recovered and went for a superplex. Bourne knocked Jericho off the ropes, but Jericho got back to the ropes and went for the superplex again. Bourne countered and finally hit "Air-Bourne" and covered Jericho for the three count. Another good match.
Evan Bourne defeated Chris Jericho via pinfall.
The announcers noted after the match that things that have been working for Jericho for years are no longer working. They kept pushing the idea that Jericho may not be able to hang with the young talent in WWE.
World Heavyweight Championship Fatal 4-Way Match
Jack Swagger (c) vs. Rey Mysterio vs. CM Punk vs. Big Show
Mysterio was able to throw Punk out of the ring and Show was able to get rid of Swagger, which left Big Show vs. Mysterio in the ring. Mysterio tried a couple of offensive maneuvers that had no effect, and then left the ring. Show grabbed Mysterio by the head and brought him into the ring and got a two count. The other participants came into the ring and Show dominated everyone. Show then got Mysterio up, but Mysterio was able to turn it into a DDT and get a two count. They continued to beat on Show until they were able to get him outside of the ring.
They continued to work the match having two participants out of the ring while two wrestled in the center. Crowd was pretty quiet for the match early on. Early on it was Mysterio and Sagger battling in the ring, later it was Mysterio and Punk.
At one point Michael Cole called CM Punk Rey Mysterio, saying the mask threw him off. The finish saw Swagger hit the gut-wrench power bomb and Mysterio, but CM Punk hit the GTS on Swagger. Kane's music hit and he brought a coffin to the ring. Kane threw Punk out of the ring and chokeslammed him into the coffin. Luke Gallows came from the back and kicked Kane before he could close the coffin and ran with Punk to the back. Good match hurt by the lack of crowd response.
Back in the ring, Mysterio hit a 619 and splash on Swagger and got the three count!
Rey Mysterio pinned Jack Swagger to win the World Heavyweight Championship.
After the bout, the announcers noted how there have been two championship matches and two title changes. It's telling where the World title stands in the pecking order right now, when a World title change is in the middle of the show and used more to build intrigue for the WWE title match.
A Money In The Bank promo aired.
Josh Matthews interviewed John Cena in the back and asked if he was worried about the NXT rookies interfering. Cena said that he and the locker room have an unstated agreement that they will stand united if the NXT rookies interfered again. Cena said anything can happen in a Fatal 4 Way, and that whoever walks out as WWE Champion will have to earn it.
The Miz's music hit and he took the mic and said he wrote his own wrote to R-Truth's music. Miz did his rap as he made his way to the ring to Truth's music, which was pretty funny. Miz seemed to forget some of the words, as there was an awkward pause. R-Truth's music hit and he made his way to the ring.
United States Heavyweight Championship Match
The Miz (c) vs. R-Truth
R-Truth gained the advantage early, but it was short-lived as The Miz took control and maintained the advantage in the match. Crowd has quieted down considerably.
R-Truth had bursts of offense, but Miz would quickly regain the advantage. Late in the match, Miz hit a backbreaker/neckbreaker combination, but Truth kicked out at two. He charged at Truth in the corner but Truth moved out of the way. Truth hit a scissors kick and got a two count.
Truth went for a crossbody off of the top rope, but Miz moved out of the way. Miz went to take advantage, but Truth rolled him up for a two count. Truth went to roll up Miz, but Miz pushed forward with his knees on Truth's shoulders and got the three count out of nowhere.
The Miz pinned R-Truth to retain the WWE United States Championship.
The Hart Dynasty and Natalya vs. The Uso's and Tamina
Natalya and Tamina started off. David Hart Smith and Jay Uso quickly tagged in. The Uso's took control of the match with Tyson Kidd playing Ricky Morton. Kidd was finally able to make the tag to Natalya, which forced Tamina in the ring.
The men fought outside the ring while Tamina and Natalya battled in the ring. Tamina hit a Samoan drop on Natalya and went for a Superfly splash, but Natalya moved out of the way. Natalya hit Tamina with a clothesline and pinned her to win the match for her team.
The Hart Dynasty and Natalya defeated The Uso's and Tamina when Natalya pinned Tamina.
Another plug for the WWE Money In The Bank PPV next month.
During the ring introductions, Orton got the biggest pop. Edge got mostly cheers, Sheamus was booed while Cena got the usual mixed reaction.
Edge and Sheamus were tossed out of the ring immediately, leaving it Cena vs. Orton in the center of the ring. After a brief staredown, they countered each other's finishers before Edge and Sheamus got back into the match. The crowd is pretty quiet, and I was expecting more of a reaction when Cena and Orton were getting ready to square off.
The heels teamed up to beat down Cena while Orton was out of the ring. There were dueling "Let's Go Cena", "Cena Sucks" chants with the "Cena Sucks" chants being a little louder. They cut to the back and The Hart Dynasty and R-Truth were shown watching the match on a monitor.
Edge and Sheamus battled for awhile with Cena down, and Cena was tossed out of the ring by Edge and Orton made his way back into the match. Orton is looking notable thinner since his injury, and it seems like it might have been a good move for Orton to take some time off to rest up the injury.
Orton cleared the ring and suplexed Cena into the ring. Orton punished Cena, and the dueling chants were back. Sheamus got back in the ring and got rid of Orton. Sheamus was able to hit the Irish curse backbreaker for a two count.
Orton got back in the ring and hit Sheamus and Cena with a double DDT. Shortly after, Edge got back in the ring and got rid of Orton and Sheamus and went for a spear on Cena, but Cena moved out of the way and nailed Edge with a paid of shoulderblocks and hit the five knuckle shuffle. Orton came back in and hit Cena with a backbreaker, and focused his attack on Edge.
All four men traded having the advantage, usually with two of the other participants being on the outside of the ring. At one point, Orton hit an RKO on Cena, but Sheamus got in the ring and pushed the referee during his count. Orton dumped Sheamus out of the ring and Edge hit a spear on Orton. Sheamus hit the big kick on Edge and went for the cover on Orton, but got a two count. Edge dragged Orton out of the ring. Sheamus followed, and Orton threw Sheamus into the announce table. Edge then speared Orton in the ringside barricade.
They cut back to Truth and the Hart Dynasty watching the monitor, and the NXT rookies came in and laid them out. They cut back to the ring and Lawler was attending to Michael Cole who was apparently injured. The commentary ended here. The NXT rookies hit the ring and started attacking all the participants. Back in the ring, Sheamus covered Cena to win the match! I didn't expect that. Sheamus ran off after the win through the crowd.
The NXT rookies beat down Cena, similar to RAW a couple of weeks ago, nailing Cena with their finishers. Sheamus was at the top of the stage and the rookies ran after him. The cut back to Cena, Edge and Orton all being laid out as the show went off of the air.
Sheamus pinned John Cena to win the WWE Championship.
Not as effective as the NXT beatdown on RAW a couple of weeks ago, and the crowd was pretty quiet.
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