As a bonus attraction, apparently we're going to be treated to another match. Jack Swagger is the first participant to make his way out to the ring. Unsurprisingly, Swagger's opponent is a man who he's had a lot of problems with recently, Evan Bourne, who gets a great reaction from the crowd.
The bell rings and Swagger begins man-handling Bourne, picking him up and slamming him down to the mat. Swagger attempts to wear Bourne down with a couple of submissions, but Bourne uses his speed and agility to fight his way out of them. Bourne goes for a hip toss but Swagger blocks so Bourne hits a hurricarana instead. Bourne utilizes his speed to run circles around Swagger but he's caught and slammed chest first into Swagger's knee. Swagger picks Bourne up and slams him chest first right down into the ring. Swagger buries his elbow in Bourne's midsection repeatedly.
Swagger locks in a rear chin lock and Keith Stone and the Bella's are shown looking on. Swagger does pushups while pressing down on Bourne's back. Bourne lays in with a kick to the side of Swagger's head, but he eats a back body drop that's good for a near fall for Swagger. Swagger drags Bourne into the corner and wears him out, smashing his face into the middle turnbuckle before sending him across the ring and hitting the running Vader bomb. Swagger goes for the pin but Bourne is still able to kick out at two. Swagger stomps straight down on Bourne's chest. The crowd is dead.
Swagger continues to beat on Bourne with big clubbing blows. Swagger talks some smack to Bourne, and Bourne responds with a hurricarana. Evan lays in to Swagger with a series of stiff kicks, but Swagger picks Bourne up and slams him down. Swagger goes for the Vader bomb again but this time Bourne kicks straight up. Bourne hits the double knees to Swagger's chest, and a giant kick to the face but he's still only able to get a two count. Swagger connects with a big boot out of nowhere and he's able to get a two count.
Bourne goes to the top and fights Swagger off with knees to the face. Bourne comes off and plants Swagger with a GIANT DDT. Bourne goes for the pin but Swagger is still able to kick out at two. Bourne hits a big kick to the side of Swagger's head, then lays him out with a back heel kick. Bourne goes for the shooting star press but Swagger moves. Bourne lands on his feet. Swagger goes for the gut wrench but Bourne counters into a roll up. Swagger counters into the ankle lock, which Bourne counters into another roll up, this time catching Jack Swagger for the three count.
Winner: Evan Bourne
In the Arena:
The presidential impersonator makes his way out to the entrance ramp, and US Army members are actually shown saluting. The crowd doesn't seem interested in this at all. 'Obama' says it's an honor to be here tonight and he has many WWE memories. He says on Monday's when he tells the cabinet he's working on the budget, he's watching Raw. He says he wants to say that he's not the anonymous GM, because if he was there'd be less Michael Cole, and more JR. He wishes good luck to both Cena and R-Truth. He says it's funny because Truth is like the Joe Biden of the WWE, he can't understand what he's saying but it sure is a hoot. The crowd is crapping on this. He says Teddy Long is like a combination of he and George W. Bush, he's either doing the right thing or nothing at all. He closes out with God bless the crowd and the US.
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