Both guys worked hard, but the crowd was quiet for the match. Swagger dominated the majority of the match using his obvious size advantage.
Late in the match, Swagger hit the splash from the second rope, but got a two count. Bourne would manage to get in spurts of offense, only for Swagger to get back in control. Swagger was able to plant a big boot in Bourne's face for a two count. He placed Bourne on the second rope and they traded punches. Bourne hit a flying DDT, but only got a two count.
Bourne hit Swagger in the head with a pair of kicks but missed Airbourne. After a series of reversals, Swagger went for an ankle lock and Bourne was able to roll Swagger up and get the three count.
Evan Bourne defeated Jack Swagger.
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