Ryan and Kane started the match, and Ryan shoved Kane to the mat. Ryan followed it up with a shoulder tackle, flooring Kane. Ryan continued to over-power Kane before tagging in Punk, who immediately started to get beat on by Kane, who shortly after tagged in the Big Show. Punk was finally able to dodge a charge from Show in the corner and tagged in Ryan, who floored Show. Ryan went for the cover, but Punk interrupted and went for the cover himself. Show regained the advantage and tagged in Kane, who floored Punk with a kick to the face.
Kane laid a beatdown on Punk. He went for a chokeslam, but Punk got away with a boot and his team regained advantage of the match, where they worked over Kane for several minutes.
Kane finally made the hot tag to show, who cleaned house. Kane cleared the ring of Punk, and Kane and Show nailed Ryan with a double choke slam. Show then pinned Ryan to get the clean win.
Big Show and Kane (c) defeated CM Punk and Mason Ryan
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