John Lauranitis interrupts and that, on behalf of Triple H, he's booking a tag team match between Del Rio and Roberto Rodriguez vs. Cena and Hart. Cena says that it's the first good decision that he's made.
Jack Swagger & Dolph Ziggler vs. John Morrison and Alex Riley
Swagger went for the ankle lock on Riley but Riley pushed him off into Ziggler, who was on the apron. Riley then hit his finisher on Swagger and got the clean pin. After the match Vickie Guererro yelled at Ziggler to the back while Ziggler screamed that Swagger was a loser.
Backstage Josh Matthews interviewed R-Truth and the Miz. Matthews announced that Miz and Truth would face Air Boom for the tag titles this Sunday, and asks if their feelings towards HHH has changed. Miz takes the mic and starts cutting a promo as he and Truth walk to the ring. Miz says it's laughable, while Truth says that HHH made a good decision. Truth then says "ninja please," and says it wasn't a good decision and he wants HHH to lose this Sunday so he's out of here. They then head to the ring.
Miz and Truth arrive on the ramp. Truth tells the crowd to "Shut Up" and says that Triple H is COO, and that spelt twice is "Coo-Coo," and that's what HHH is if he thinks they're letting him off the hook. He says they should be in every main event, and they are going to prove that this Sunday and right now. Miz says Air Boom is going to get got this Sunday, while Truth finishes with Miz's tagline as we head to commercial.
Back from commercial, and Evan Bourne and Kofi Kingston head to the ring.
The Miz vs. Kofi Kingston
Good match, Miz won it clean after beating Kingston with the SCF. I guess that means that Air Boom are going over at the PPV.
Backstage Teddy Long tells Vickie that Dolph Ziggler will defend his title this Sunday against Swagger, Riley and Morrison. Kelly Kelly is laughing, and Vickie and Kelly verbally spar for a minute before Teddy Long makes Vickie vs. Kelly for tonight.
Cena and Hart are shown chatting backstage. Jerry Lawler and a mystery partner will face David Otunga and Michael McGuillicutty later tonight.
Back from break, and Jerry Lawler picking Zack Ryder as his partner from last week is shown.
David Otunga and Michael McGuillicutty are in the ring. McGuillicutty asks Lawler if he knows who his father was, while Otunga talked about how he graduated from Harvard. Lawler says that he did know McGuillicutty's father, and McGuillicutty is not his father. He then introduces his partner, Sheamus!
Jerry Lawler and Sheamus vs. David Otunga and Michael McGuillicutty
Lawler got some offense early, who tagged in Sheamus, who destroyed Otunga and McGuillicutty. He nailed McGuillicutty with the Celtic cross and got the win.
Ricardo Rodriguez is doing half-assed pushups backstage and Del Rio asks what he's doing. Rodriguez said something along the lines of aphrodisiac or something, and Del Rio walked off. That match is next.
Back from commercial and Cena's music hits. He and Hart walk down the aisle for a minute. Cena then runs to the ring, while Hart it struggling to keep up. Would have looked a lot better if they just walked down to the ring together.
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