Match Number Two: Velvet Sky defeated Angelina Love (with Winter) with a DDT. During the match, Winter accidentally hit Angelina with the belt, leading to the finish of the match.
They retaped the opening segment with Ric Flair and Sting. Flair came out in his ring gear and he called out Sting. Sting came out in his ring gear as well and the two bickered back and forth. They did not mention the WCW bit like they did in the first promo, or going "up north". This segment was much more "angry" compared to the first segment taped, which was more "respectful". Security had to come out to separate Flair and Sting.
Match Number Four: Bobby Roode defeated Frankie Kazarian with a Crossface. After the match, Roode and Kazarian shook hands.
Match Number Five: Bully Ray and Jerry Lynn defeated Ken Anderson in a handicap match. Ray hit Anderson with a chain when the referee was dealing with Lynn.
Match Number Six: Sting defeated Ric Flair with a Scorpion Death Lock. During the match, Immortal ran out and the referee tried to stop them. Bully Ray then snuck up and got in the ring. Ken Anderson ran out and chased Ray away. Hogan stayed around the ringside area to encourage Flair. Flair used brass knuckles but Sting kicked out.
The episode ended with Sting staring at Hogan, who was on the ramp.
Match Number One: Mickie James defeated Madison Rayne with the leaping DDT.
Match Number Two: Magnus (with Doug Williams) defeated Jesse Sorensen via Michinoku Driver. Jesse went up top during the match and Kid Kash ran out and pushed Jesse off which led to the finish of the match.
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